The WWE pay-per-view schedule looks to be the biggest it’s ever been in 2022.
WWE has announced its 2022 pay-per-view event schedule, and next year’s slate will include “a minimum” of four stadium shows, one of which includes the two-night WrestleMania 38 in Dallas. Some of the more notable changes include SummerSlam taking place in July for the first time in the event’s 35-year history, as well as seven of the shows taking place on a Saturday. It’s also noted that events in February and October will be announced at a later date; it is believed that those two months will feature events that fall under the partnership with Saudi Arbia.
STAMFORD, Conn., October 25, 2021 – For the first time in history, WWE® (NYSE: WWE) today announced the dates and locations for the following year’s pay-per-view schedule. The 2022 slate, highlighted by a two-night WrestleMania® at AT&T Stadium in Dallas, will also mark a new record for the most stadium events (a minimum of four) in a year for WWE.
The schedule is as follows*:
- Saturday, January 1 – Day 1® at State Farm Arena in Atlanta
- Saturday, January 29 – Royal Rumble® at The Dome at America’s Center in St. Louis
- Saturday, April 2 and Sunday, April 3 – WrestleMania at AT&T Stadium in Dallas
- Sunday, May 8 – Pay-Per-View at Dunkin’ Donuts Center in Providence, R.I.
- Sunday, June 5 – Pay-Per-View at Allstate Arena in Chicago
- Saturday, July 2 – Money In The Bank® at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas
- Saturday, July 30 – SummerSlam® at Nissan Stadium in Nashville
- Saturday, September 3 or Sunday, September 4 – Pay-Per-View at TBD location
- Saturday, November 26 – Survivor Series® at TD Garden in Boston
In addition to the events above, pay-per-views taking place in February and October will be announced in the near future. Fans interested in up-to-date ticket information for 2022 WWE pay-per-view events can register at https://www.wwe.com/2022-PPV.
“Since returning to live events this past July, our fans have graciously expressed a tremendous appetite to attend WWE shows. As they begin to make plans for next year, we wanted to make sure that the 2022 schedule and locations of our pay-per-views was made available to them,” said Nick Khan, WWE President & Chief Revenue Officer.
All events will stream live exclusively on Peacock in the United States and WWE Network everywhere else.
* Events subject to change.
Fightful’s Sean Ross Sapp first reported that WWE had plans to host eight nights of stadium shows “globally.” Several of those shows had already been announced, including the Royal Rumble in St. Louis in 2022, and WrestleMania 38 in Arlington, Texas in April.