Mark your calendars. We are coming up on WrestleMania 36, which is kind of like the season finale for WWE. Everything that the company does leads up to the show and that means they need to have something planned for after it is over. That is the case with a host of pay per views still to come later in the year. Those shows need to be announced, and two of them did just that on Monday.
There are a lot of pay per views on the WWE’s annual calendar and that means they have a lot to cover. In the modern version, several of the shows have some kind of a theme to them, including matches that will dominate the show. Some of these are bigger than others, and on Monday two of the biggest shows of the year had a lot of information established for the first time.
The locations and dates for two 2020 WWE pay per views were announced on Monday. First, the Royal Farms Arena in Baltimore, Maryland confirmed via Facebook that Money in the Bank will take place on May 10. Second, according to the WrestleVotes Twitter account, Survivor Series will take place on November 22 in Dallas, Texas, with no arena announced. WWE regularly runs events in Dallas at the American Airlines Center.
Location news: Survivor Series 2020 will be held November 22 in Dallas, Texas.
— WrestleVotes (@WrestleVotes) March 2, 2020
These are some important shows. Check out some highlights from each:
Opinion: These are two of the bigger shows on the WWE’s calendar so it’s nice to see where things are going. It makes the shows feel closer and that gets the interest up even higher. Money in the Bank isn’t even all that far away either so it’s cool to see the show get an announcement like this. Survivor Series is quite the weekend as well so maybe we’re in for some big nights.
Which of these shows do you like more? Other than WrestleMania, which pay per view would you most like to see in person? Let us know in the comments below.
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