The source of PWInsider provides the “current plan” of 2018, and the number of shows in two times is decreasing. But that is not a big acquisition. No, it will not have Great balls of fire on schedule.
Also, as many fans were hoping for this year, we also said that Money in the Bank will be a Raw and SmackDown Show. below are the reported schedule of PPV:
|Royal Rumble, Jan. 28 – Philadelphia|
|Elimination Chamber, Feb. 25 – Las Vegas (Raw)|
|Fastlane, Mar. 11 – Columbus, OH (SmackDown)|
|WrestleMania, April, 8 – New Orleans|
|Backlash, May, 6 – Newark (Raw)|
|Payback, May 27 – Baltimore (SmackDown)|
|Money in The Bank, June, 17 – Chicago|
|Battleground, July 15 – Pittsburgh (Raw)|
|SummerSlam, Aug. 19 – Brooklyn|
|Extreme Rules, Sept. 16 – San Antonio (Raw)|
|Hell in a Cell, Sept. 30 – Nashville (SmackDown)|
|TLC, Oct. 21 – Boston (Raw)|
|Survivor Series, Nov. 18 – Los Angeles|
|Clash of Champions, Dec. 16 – San Jose, CA (SmackDown)|
In 2017, each of the 6 different brands of red and blue show, “Big 4” was also featured. This will slightly reduce Raw 5, SmackDown 4, Co-brand 5.
In addition to having Superstars double the number of briefcases competing from both brands.