The full WWE Schedule for 2019 is now out and we know every major event that the company is planning to hold this year. Some of the major older events are obviously present, as well as a new event is also going to make its debut this year! It is an exciting time to be a WWE fan.

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Let us take a closer look at the schedule of events for 2019 that the WWE has planned:

WWE Schedule for 2019: When do all the Big Events Take Place

WWE’s next major event takes place in Saudi Arabia: The Super Showdown. But more on that in a bit. Here is the list of events which has been released by the company that gives us an insight into all that we can expect from 2019.

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June 7 – Super ShowDown, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

June 23 – Stomping Grounds, Tacoma, Washington

July 14 – Extreme Rules, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

August 10 – NXT TakeOver: Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

August 11 – SummerSlam, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

September 15 – Hell in a Cell, Atlanta, Georgia

October 6 – Clash of Champions, Sacramento, California

November 23 – NXT TakeOver: Chicago III, Rosemont, Illinois

November 24 – Survivor Series, Rosemont, Illinois

December 15 – TLC: Tables, Ladders, Chairs, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Based on the insights from this schedule, we know that WWE is planning a new event this year – Stomping Grounds! This will be held on the 23rd of June, followed by Extreme Rules. Typically, Extreme Rules is the first PPV after WrestleMania but this time it got replaced by Money In The Bank.

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Details on WWE’s Next Big Event

While the WWE Schedule for 2019 is quite packed, the company has managed to fit in one event in Saudi Arabia as a part of their multi-year deal with the country. In the upcoming Super ShowDown event, a number of major matches are all set to take place – where the highlight of the night will be the match between The Undertaker and Bill Goldberg, which is taking place for the first time ever!

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