WWE PPV Schedule 2023: When Is The Next Pay-per-view after Money in the Bank?

When is the next WWE PPV after Money in the Bank is the question in the minds of the fans after the much-awaited UK pay-per-view ended. It was a night full of surprises at the O2 Arena in London as several Superstars returned and an unexpected betrayal also took place on the show.

Speaking of the first match which happened on the show, Damian Priest stunned the fans by winning the WWE Men’s Money in the Bank 2023 ladder match. LA Knight and Logan Paul were the favorites, but Priest won the match. Afterwards, Liv Morgan and Raquel Rodriguez became the new WWE Women’s Tag Team Championships by defeating Ronda Rousey and Shayna Baszler.

The Bloodline Civil War entertained the fans in London, while John Cena and Drew McIntyre surprised the fans with their returns. Brock Lesnar and Randy Orton did not appear on the show. Cody Rhodes beat Dominik Mysterio, while Seth ‘Freakin’ Rollins beat Finn Balor to retain his World Heavyweight Championship.


When is the next WWE pay-per-view?

The action will shift towards the next premium live event now. WWE’s next pay-per-view is SummerSlam. The date for WWE SummerSlam 2023 is August 5. It will be the first WWE premium live event to happen in the United States of America after the WrestleMania two-night event.

The venue for WWE SummerSlam is Ford Field in Detroit, Michigan. It will be the second WWE SummerSlam event under the creative guidance of Triple H. Last year, Roman Reigns defended his Undisputed WWE Universal Championship against Brock Lesnar in a Last Man Standing match at this premium live event.

Following WWE SummerSlam, WWE will conduct the Payback show in Pittsburgh. Meanwhile, before SummerSlam, the NXT Great American Bash will happen on Sunday, July 30. It will happen at H-E-B Center at the Cedar Park in Texas.



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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