It is the one night of the year where things go Extreme, as seven championships will be defended and scores will be settled when WWE Extreme Rules rolls into Pittsburgh.
It is that time of year again when eight men and eight women will look to guarantee themselves a future world championship opportunity when WWE Money in the Bank rolls into Chicago.
Roman Reigns bounced back from two crushing defeats to Brock Lesnar, as the Big Dog proved it is still his yard with victory over Samoa Joe at an uneventful BackLash in Newark.
Shinsuke Nakamura looks to make it fifth time lucky in his hunt for the WWE Championship, as the King of Strong Style goes up against AJ Styles at WWE Backlash in Newark.
The Greatest Royal Rumble definitely did not live up to its name as WWE went live from Saudi Arabia for the first time ever, in which Braun Strowman outlasted 49 other men to triumph in the largest ever Royal Rumble match.
For the first time ever WWE goes Live from Saudi Arabia, as over 60,000 fans are set to witness seven championship matches and 50 men battle it out in the Greatest Royal Rumble.
It was a WrestleMania of two-halves in New Orleans, as we saw some great matches in the first part of the show but then it all went absolutely crazy with nonsense mystery tag team partners and a hijacked main event.
It is that time of year again where we get excited about the biggest event in sports entertainment and ahead of WrestleMania 34 tonight, let’s take a look at my predictions for the showcase of immortals.
Roman Reigns looks to secure his first WWE Universal Championship in New Orleans, as the Big Dog battles Brock Lesnar for the second time on the grandest stage.
There has been silence from the Deadman ever since John Cena issued to challenge him at WrestleMania, but will The Undertaker finally turn up at New Orleans to face the Franchise?