WWE Extreme Rules will take place on September 26th 2021.
The confirmation came after WWE announced a series of live dates throughout September.
The tour will begin on Saturday September 11th with a ‘Supershow’ at the Capital One Arena in Washington DC. The penultimate date on the extended schedule will see WWE Extreme Rules take place in Nationwide Arena in Columbus, OH.
The announcement comes as WWE prepares to head back on the road, following the so called ‘Pandemic Era.’ The first show to have fans in attendance since March 2020 will be the July 16th episode of Friday Night SmackDown. WWE’s next pay-per-view event Money In The Bank will follow on Sunday July 18th.
While the first of the ‘Big Four’ PPV’s to see the return of a full live crowd will be SummerSlam on August 21st at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.
You can see the full list of dates below.
- – Saturday, September 11: Supershow – Capital One Arena in Washington DC
- – Sunday, September 12: Supershow – Times Union Center in Albany, NY
- – Monday, September 13: Raw – TD Garden in Boston, MA
- – Friday, September 17: SmackDown – State Farm Arena in Atlanta, GA
- – Saturday, September 18: WWE Live – North Charleston Coliseum in North Charleston, SC
- – Sunday, September 19: WWE Live – James Brown Arena in Augusta, GA
- – Monday, September 20: Raw – PNC Arena in Raleigh, NC
- – Friday, September 24: SmackDown – Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, PA
- – Saturday, September 25: Supershow – Giant Center in Hershey, PA
- – Sunday, September 26: Extreme Rules – Nationwide Arena in Columbus, OH
- – Monday, September 27: Raw – Heritage Bank Center in Cincinnati, OH
WWE Extreme Rules been a regular feature on the WWE calendar since 2009.
The 2020 edition of the event was held at the WWE Performance Center and took place under the name ‘The Horror Show at Extreme Rules.’ The show had originally been scheduled to take place at the SAP Center in San Jose.
The event saw Bayley defend her SmackDown Women’s Championship against Nikki Cross, while Drew McIntyre defeated Dolph Ziggler to retain the WWE Title.
The show was headlined by the ‘Wyatt Swamp Fight’ between Bray Wyatt and Braun Strowman.