WWE made its debut on Pay-Per-View with the very first WrestleMania in 1985. The broadcast for that event was split between PPV and closed circuit TV. The following event, The Wrestling Classic, became the first WWE event broadcast totally on PPV. Over the years, other events (Survivor Series, Royal Rumble & SummerSlam) joined WrestleMania as the "big four" WWE PPVs. Currently, WWE puts on one PPV show a month, but the number once went as high as sixteen a year. Add to my shows

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WrestleMania XXX - New Orleans, LA 30x03
The Usos (c) Vs. The Real Americans Vs. Rybaxel Vs. Los Matadores (Elimination Match, Tag Team Championship) Triple H Vs. Daniel Bryan (Winner is added to the WWE World Heavyweight Title match) The Shield Vs. Kane & The New Age Outlaws 31-Man Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal John Cena Vs. Bray Wyatt The Undertaker Vs. Brock Lesnar AJ Lee (c) Vs. 13 Other Divas (Vickie Guerrero Invitational, Divas Championship) Randy Orton (c) Vs. Batista Vs. ??? (WWE World Heavyweight Championship) Plus a joint appearance by WWE legends Hulk Hogan, Stone Cold Steve Austin, and The Rock.
Elimination Chamber 2014 - Minneapolis, MN 30x02
Cody Rhodes & Goldust Vs. Rybaxel Big E (c) Vs. Jack Swagger (Intercontinental Championship) The New Age Outlaws (c) Vs. The Usos (Tag Team Championship) Titus O'Neil Vs. Darren Young The Shield Vs The Wyatt Family AJ Lee (c) Vs. Cameron (Divas Championship) Batista Vs. Alberto Del Rio Randy Orton (c) Vs. John Cena Vs. Daniel Bryan Vs. Sheamus Vs. Cesaro Vs. Christian (Elimination Chamber Match, WWE World Heavyweight Championship)
Royal Rumble 2014 - Pittsburgh, PA 30x01
Cody Rhodes & Goldust (c) Vs. The New Age Outlaws (Tag Team Championship) Daniel Bryan Vs. Bray Wyatt Brock Lesnar Vs. The Big Show Randy Orton (c) Vs. John Cena (WWE World Heavyweight Championship) 30-Man Royal Rumble Match (Some participants include CM Punk, Batista, The Shield, Kane, Dolph Ziggler, Sheamus, Alberto Del Rio, and Rey Mysterio)
TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs 2013 - Houston, TX 29x12
- John Cena vs. Randy Orton (TLC match for the WWE and world heavyweight titles) For all the marbles. The biggest match ever, according to WWE marketing. It's big, but not that big. There will be only one champion by the time this is over. - CM Punk vs. The Shield (3-on-1 handicap) Strength in numbers and all but the indomitable spirit of one man may lead to the destruction of the few over the one. Or something like that. - Daniel Bryan vs. The Wyatt Family (3-on-1 handicap) See above, though the Wyatt's are far more likely to try something crazy. This isn't so much a match as a recruiting session. - Big E. Langston vs. Damien Sandow (Intercontinental championship) Could be a legitimate squash. No real threat to the title. - AJ Lee vs. Natalya (Divas championship) A Total Divas feud almost a year in the making. - Rhodes Bros vs. MysteriShow vs. Rybaxel vs. Real Americans Thrown together at the last minute but long in entertainment value. - Dolph Ziggler vs. Fandango See above. No real feud to speak of but two good workers tasked with having a good match on the pre-show to get the crowd hot for the main PPV program.
Survivor Series 2013 - Boston, MA 29x11
Match Card: Kofi Kingston vs. The Miz Curtis Axel vs. Big E Langston (Intercontinental Championship) Cody Rhodes, Goldust, Rey Mysterio and The Usos vs. The Shield and The Real Americans (Elimination) AJ Lee, Tamina Snuka, Summer Rae, Kaitlyn, Rosa Mendes, Aksana and Alicia Fox vs. JoJo Offerman, Eva Marie, Natalya, The Funkadactlys and The Bellas (Elimination) CM Punk and Daniel Bryan vs. Luke Harper and Erick Rowan John Cena vs. Alberto Del Rio (World Heavyweight Championship) Randy Orton vs. Big Show (WWE Championship)
Hell in a Cell 2013 - Miami, FL 29x10
- Daniel Bryan vs. Randy Orton (WWE championship, Shawn Michaels special ref) The story has shifted from Orton being the main cog in "The Authority's" wheel to whether or not Michaels will call it down the middle. He could favor his best friend, Triple H, or he could favor the man he trained and created a bond with, Bryan. - Alberto Del Rio vs. John Cena (World heavyweight championship) It's Cena's first match back since his triceps surgery and its getting a ton of hype. There's almost no way Cena doesn't win the belt here, and it should be interesting to see what that means going forward, especially as it pertains to the SmackDown brand. The held up WWE title hasn't been appearing on any show, even with two mainly blue brand wrestlers fighting over it. Once this event gets sorted out, it's possible the two titles will switch shows. - CM Punk vs. Ryback and Paul Heyman (2-on-1 handicap Hell in a Cell) Punk won a "Beat the Clock" challenge for the right to add the stipulation to his match with Ryback. So he made it 2-on-1 handicap, added Paul Heyman, then added the Hell in a Cell gimmick. His idea, then, is to put Ryback to sleep in one corner before obliterating Heyman in the other. Because, you know, that plan never fails. - AJ Lee vs. Brie Bella (Divas championship) One of the better women's programs in the past five years, even if it's not getting a ton of TV time. Brie has improved by leaps and bounds and AJ is, well, AJ. A title change is entirely possible but not completely necessary. With Nikki Bella and Tamina Snuka looming, this one could be a chaotic, overbooked clusterfuck. That's not a bad thing. - Rhodes brothers vs. The Shield vs. The Usos There was actual attention to detail paid here, considering the fact that The Usos were the forgotten number one contenders to the tag team titles when WWE ran the super successful Rhodes family angle that inevitably led to Cody and Goldust winning the tag team titles. The Shield need to be involved because they're The Shield and the match will be awesome because of them. - Curtis Axel vs. Big E. Langston There have been reports that Langston's biggest supporter is John Cena and his push directly coincides with the fact that Cena is returning to television. That's purely a dirt sheet rumor, of course, but political power is political power and we could have a new Intercontinental champion come Monday with a fresh new babyface.
Battleground - Buffalo, NY 29x09
Daniel Bryan vs. Randy Orton for the vacant WWE Championship CM Punk vs. Ryback with Paul Heyman in his corner Alberto Del Rio vs. Rob Van Dam - First Ever Battleground Hardcore Rules Match for the World Heavyweight Championship - Cody Rhodes & Goldust vs. Tag Team Champions Seth Rollins & Roman Reigns Dolph Ziggler vs. Damien Sandow AJ Lee vs. Brie Bella - Divas Championship Match -
Night of Champions 2013 - Detroit, MI 29x08
Curtis Axel (c) Vs. Kofi Kingston (Intercontinental Championship) AJ Lee (c) Vs. Natalya Vs. Brie Bella Vs. Naomi (Divas Championship) Alberto Del Rio (c) Vs. Rob Van Dam (World Heavyweight Championship) The Miz Vs. Fandango CM Punk Vs. Paul Heyman & Curtis Axel (No Disqualification Elimination Match) Dean Ambrose (c) Vs. Dolph Ziggler (United States Championship) The Shield (c) Vs. The Prime Time Players (Tag Team Championship) Randy Orton (c) Vs. Daniel Bryan (WWE Championship)
SummerSlam 2013 - Los Angeles, CA 29x07
Kane Vs. Bray Wyatt (Ring of Fire Match) Cody Rhodes Vs. Damien Sandow Alberto Del Rio (c) Vs. Christian (World Heavyweight Championship) Natalya Vs. Brie Bella CM Punk Vs. Brock Lesnar (No Disqualification Match) Dolph Ziggler & Kaitlyn Vs. AJ Lee & Big E Langston John Cena (c) Vs. Daniel Bryan (WWE Championship, Triple H as special guest referee)
Money in the Bank 2013 - Philadelphia, PA 29x06
Dean Ambrose Vs. Cody Rhodes Vs. Damien Sandow Vs. Wade Barrett Vs. Antonio Cesaro Vs. Jack Swagger Vs. Fandango (Money in the Bank Ladder Match, World Heavyweight Championship contract) Curtis Axel (c) Vs. The Miz (Intercontinental Championship) AJ Lee (c) Vs. Kaitlyn (Diva's Championship) Chris Jericho Vs. Ryback Alberto Del Rio (c) Vs. Dolph Ziggler (World Heavyweight Championship) John Cena (c) Vs. Mark Henry (WWE Championship) CM Punk Vs. Daniel Bryan Vs. Randy Orton Vs. Sheamus Vs. Rob Van Dam Vs. Christian (Money in the Bank Ladder Match, WWE Championship contract)

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