It is the final pay-per-view of the year as Jinder Mahal looks to become a two-time WWE Champion when he steps into the ring with AJ Styles at the Smackdown exclusive Clash of Champions.
It is all about Smackdown vs Raw at the 31st annual Survivor Series in Houston, including Universal Champion Brock Lesnar going head-to-head with new WWE Champion AJ Styles.
It was supposed to be about The Shield reunion but now it is about the in-ring return of Kurt Angle as he teams with Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose in a blockbuster main event at TLC: Tables, Ladders and Chairs.
Kevin Owens and Shane McMahon’s personal rivalry will culminate at Hell in a Cell, as the two men look to put their differences aside inside the demonic structure in Detroit.
Two WrestleMania worthy matches headline No Mercy in Los Angeles, as Roman Reigns takes on John Cena and Braun Strowman goes face-to-face with Brock Lesnar for the Universal Championship.
It was the Biggest Party of the Summer and while it took a while for the party to get started, it ended with a bang as Brock Lesnar overcame three other men to retain the Universal Championship.
The Biggest Event of the Summer sees four men collide for the WWE Universal Championship, as Brock Lesnar defends his title against Braun Strowman, Samoa Joe and Roman Reigns at SummerSlam.
Jinder Mahal had a big surprise in store for Randy Orton, as The Great Khali made his return to help Mahal retain the WWE Championship in a Punjabi Prison match at a lacklustre Battleground.
The Punjabi Prison is the Battleground for Randy Orton in Pittsburgh, as the Apex Predator looks to make it third time lucky against Jinder Mahal and become a 14-time world Champion.
Brock Lesnar may have got the better of Samoa Joe, but it was a thrilling Ironman match that stole the show in Dallas, Texas as the inaugural Great Balls of Fire lived up to expectations.