WWE's pay-per-view schedule ahead of SummerSlam was finalised in the past couple of weeks as the company announced Backlash would take place on June 14. Following the revived event, Extreme Rules will air on the WWE Network on July 19 and SummerSlam is scheduled to be broadcast on August 23.
The wrestling behemoth has yet to announce any pay-per-views after The Biggest Party Of The Summer but WrestleVotes revealed what WWE has planned yesterday. They did note that the plans could change, however, because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The schedule is ultimately similar to 2019's as the September pay-per-view is set to be Clash Of Champions, followed by Hell In A Cell in October. The company then wants to return to Saudi Arabia on November 5, with Survivor Series to follow only two weeks later on November 22. WWE will round out the year as usual with TLC on December 20.
WrestleVotes tweeted: "Below is what WWE had scheduled for PPVs after SummerSlam. TBD if it remains as is:
• Clash of Champions, 9/20, Newark
• Hell In A Cell, 10/18, Atlanta
• Saudi PPV, 11/5
• Survivor Series, 11/22, Dallas
• TLC, 12/20, Chicago"