A new commercial for the WWE Network has appeared to confirm WWE's running order for pay-per-views and Network specials up until and including next year's WrestleMania.
It had previously been reported that WWE Chairman Vince McMahon was considering a reshuffle of WWE's pay-per-view schedule, something that appeared to be confirmed when it was announced that the promotion's next major show would be Hell In A Cell in June rather than featuring in its usual annual slot in October.
An advert for the WWE Network, shared on social media by Twitter user @rondarouseyszn, appears to have confirmed the running order for WWE's events for the remainder of the year.
As noted, Hell In A Cell will be next, and will be followed by Money In The Bank in July. SummerSlam will feature in its usual August slot before Clash Of Champions in September.
Extreme Rules has been pencilled in for October, which suggests a straight swap with Hell In A Cell in the event schedule, while Survivor Series will take place in November before the year is closed with Tables, Ladders & Chairs.
As with 2021, 2022's first four major WWE events will be The Royal Rumble, Elimination Chamber, Fastlane, and WrestleMania.
The same advertisement also confirmed a Season Two of Ruthless Aggression was on the way, having previously teased it in 2020, and offered a brief first look at the Untold documentary regarding the Nexus.