WWE schedule, list of PPVs for 2019: Super ShowDown, Stomping Grounds date, location

WrestleMania 35 has come and gone. And with the Superstar Shakeup also in the past, WWE is currently moving its way thorough the second half of 2019 with the rest of its stacked pay-per-view lineup. SummerSlam will take place in Canada for the first time since 2004, and Survivor Series returns to Illinois for the first time since the third-ever such show in 1989.

Only one of WWE's two Saudi Arabia shows (as part of its decade-long deal with the nation) has been announced and other international events have been rumored. The second all-women's Evolution show is also possible for 2019, but it has not been announced at this time. It could go hand-in-hand with the Saudi Arabia show in late October or early November.

In order to ensure you stay up to date with all of WWE's signature events -- each of which will be covered right here by CBS Sports -- check out the entire 2019 schedule below.

WWE 2019 PPV schedule

Jan. 12NXT UK TakeOver: BlackpoolBlackpool, England

Jan. 26

NXT TakeOver: Phoenix

Phoenix, Arizona

Jan. 27

Royal Rumble

Phoenix, Arizona

Feb. 17

Elimination Chamber

Houston, Texas

Mar. 10


Cleveland, Ohio

Apr. 5

NXT TakeOver: New York

Brooklyn, New York

Apr. 7

WrestleMania 35

East Rutherford, New Jersey

May 19Money in the BankHartford, Connecticut

June 7

Super ShowDown

Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

June 23

Stomping Grounds

Tacoma, Washington

July 14Extreme RulesPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania

Aug. 10

NXT TakeOver: Toronto

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Aug. 11


Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Sept. 15

Hell in a Cell

Atlanta, Georgia

Oct. 6Clash of ChampionsSacramento, California
Nov. 1TBASaudi Arabia
Nov. 23NXT TakeOver: War Games IIIRosemont, Illinois
Nov. 24Survivor SeriesRosemont, Illinois
Dec. 15TLC: Tables, Ladders, Chairs Minneapolis, Minnesota
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