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Trying to find out when and where the next WWE premium live event happens? Well, look no further as our WWE schedule will give you all the key information and much more about the company and its upcoming slate of PLEs.

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When is the next WWE pay-per-view or PLE?

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The WWE schedule will take the promotion back to Peacock and London on July 1 for the 2023 edition of the Money in the Bank PLE.

The event from inside the O2 Arena in London, England will serve as one of the major steps on the road to Summerslam in August. However, and most importantly, it will set up a pair of possible future world champions.

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Money in the Bank is one of the more popular events each year as the card features two highly violent and entertaining ladder matches that award the winner a championship opportunity at some point in the next year. Heading into this year’s event, LA Knight, Matt Riddle, and Becky Lynch are early favorites to win this year’s matches.

Below you can find a rundown of the expected card for the July 1 event.

WWE Money in the Bank 2023 card (rumored)

  • Men’s Money in the Bank Match
  • Women’s Money in the Bank Match
  • Kevin Owens & Sami Zayn vs. TBD for Raw and Smackdown tag team titles
  • Cody Rhodes vs. Brock Lesnar
  • Auska vs. Bianca Belair for Raw women’s title
  • Rhea Ripley vs. TBD for Smackdown women’s title
  • Gunther vs. TBD for the Intercontinental title
  • Austin Theory vs. TBD for the United States title

WWE PPV schedule

Below is a rundown of the upcoming PLE cards of the WWE schedule in the coming months.

  • Saturday, Aug. 5 – WWE SummerSlam Detroit
  • TBD – WWE Crown Jewel
  • TBD – WWE Survivor Series

Where to watch WWE

WWE has a huge amount of content that can be viewed in various formats. On a weekly basis, Monday Night Raw can be seen every Monday at 8 PM ET on the USA Network, while Smackdown Live takes place on Friday nights at 8 PM ET on Fox.

Each premium live event on the WWE schedule can be viewed on NBCUniversal’s streaming service Peacock.

Who is the current WWE champion?

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While there will be a new world heavyweight champion crowned at Night of Champions, Roman Reigns currently holds the top two titles for the male performers on the roster. “The Head of the Table” has been a world champion for over 1000 days as he has had a stronghold on both the WWE Universal title and the WWE Championship belt.

Below you can find a full rundown of all the current WWE champions.

All current WWE champions:

  • Raw women’s champion – Bianca Belair
  • Smackdown women’s champion – Rhea Ripley
  • Intercontinental champion – Gunther
  • United States Champion – Austin Theory
  • Raw and Smackdown tag team champion – Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn
  • Women’s tag team champion – Raquel Rodriguez and Liv Morgan

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How many WWE pay per views in a year?

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While the WWE schedule features premium live events on Peacock instead of pay-per-views in the United States, the amount is pretty much the same as it has been for years. The company often produces one major event each month but there is occasionally a double dip into PLEs. Nevertheless, the WWE has 12 major events, at the least, each year.

What days of the week does WWE air?

WWE produces a massive amount of content that can be found on YouTube and on their social media accounts. However, their flagship weekly product airs on Mondays (Monday Night Raw), and on Fridays (Smackdown Live).

For years their PPV events were on Sundays, but in the last few years, things have switched to Peacock PLEs now airing on Saturday evenings.