WWE PLE Schedule 2023: When Is The Next PPV After Backlash?

After the successful edition of WWE Backlash the WWE fans have the biggest question that which is the next upcoming pay-per-view (PPV). The next premium live event is the WWE Night of Champions, which is going to take place in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia on Saturday, May 27, 2023. It is the 10th edition of Night of Champions.


This event Night of Champions, formerly known as King and Queen of the Ring is produced by WWE. In this event all the championships from RAW and SmackDown will be on stake, so the wrestlers compete against each other to own the titles. All the champions have to compulsorily fight to retain their championship.

On this mega event Roman Reigns would complete 1000 days as the WWE Universal Champion and celebrate the milestone. In the history of WWE Roman Reigns is the first wrestler to hold the Universal title for such a long period.


When is the next WWE PPV in 2023?


The next PPV of WWE is Night of Champions. It will happen on Saturday, May 27, 2023. This event is going to be live on Peacock and on Sony LIV. You can check out details of WWE Night of Champions 2023 tickets here.

For all WWE fans, this month of May is going to be amazing as WWE is organizing two blockbuster pay-per-view premium live event – Backlash and now the Night of Champions. WWE never fails to entertain its viewers that’s why it is known as the number one American professional wrestling entertaining show.

WWE Night of Champions 2023 Match card details

WWE will crown the first ever World Heavyweight Champion in Saudi Arabia. To win this new title, 12 wrestlers will compete, which include 6 wrestlers from RAW and 6 wrestlers from SmackDown. Among them 2 wrestlers will qualify and reach the finals to earn this World Heavyweight Championship.


The final will take place on Night of Champions event. It will be exciting to see which Superstar wins the world heavyweight championship.


Vinay Chhabria is a cricket and WWE enthusiast who supports Roman Reigns and Gujarat Titans. He has been following cricket for the last 15 years and WWE since 2016.

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