Looks like Bragging Rights is back, I guess it makes more sense having it in June just after the draft, in the only few months where the draft is takien semi seriously.Sports Business Daily has released the latest list of WWE PPVs with the dates they are scheduled to take place. WWE will see a three week cycle four times during the year, with back to back cycles in September, October and November. Of course by then the B shows are expected to have migrated to the WWE network so the buyrate will be much less important at that point, at least in theory.
Here is the current listing of shows with their dates.
-- Jan. 30: Royal Rumble
-- Feb. 19: Elimination Chamber
-- Apr. 1: WrestleMania 28
-- Apr. 29: Extreme Rules
-- May 20: Over the Limit
-- June 17: Bragging Rights (replacing Capitol Punishment)
-- July 15: Money in the Bank
-- Aug. 19: Summerslam
-- Sept. 16: Night of Champions
-- Oct. 7: Hell in a Cell
-- Oct. 28: Vengeance
-- Nov. 18: Survivor Series
-- Dec. 16: TLC