That’s what’s next. WWE is a global wrestling company with a lot of resources that other companies simply do not have. One of the biggest resources that they have is the WWE Network, which also airs on Peacock. In addition to the wrestling archive, the network also has a large collection of original content. Now we know what else is coming to the service in the near future.

WWE has released a new video advertising what is coming to the WWE Network in the near future. This includes a variety of documentaries and specials, such as Icons, Untold, and the return of the Ruthless Aggression series, the latter of which debuted last year with five episodes. There is no word on what subjects will be included as new parts of the second season.

The video also featured the schedule of upcoming pay per views, which confirms that Money In The Bank will be airing after June’s Hell In A Cell pay per view. There is no word on the specific dates or locations that the show will air. This includes Extreme Rules being moved later in the year for the first time in its history. Survivor Series will also be billed as Best of the Best, as it was last year. Here is the order of the shows:

Hell In A Cell
Money In The Bank
Clash Of Champions
Extreme Rules
Survivor Series
Tables Ladders And Chairs
Royal Rumble
Elimination Chamber
WrestleMania 38

It is a big year. Check out what is coming, plus a look at Ruthless Aggression:

John Cena’s “Ruthless Aggression”: WWE Playlist

Opinion: I’m curious to see where these shows are going, as WWE does know how to set up their documentaries and behind the scenes shows. The Ruthless Aggression series was kind of hit and miss, but there can be some small moments in there which make up for some of the problems. I want to see how these play out though and that is a good feeling to have.

Which of these interest you the most? What else do you want to see on the WWE Network? Let us know in the comments below.

Thomas Hall has been a wrestling fan for over thirty years and has seen over 50,000 wrestling matches. He has also been a wrestling reviewer since 2009 with over 5,000 full shows covered. You can find his work at, or check out his- Amazon author page with 30 wrestling books.

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