Complete 2020 WWE PPV Schedule: WrestleMania 36, SummerSlam and More

John Healy
February 13, 2020 - 4:27 pm

The 2020 WWE season is in full swing and already has been an eventful one.

The Road to WrestleMania began with the 2020 Royal Rumble, where Charlotte Flair and Drew McIntyre walked away with huge victories and positioned themselves well for WrestleMania 36.

While we don't know what every match is going to be for the pay-per-view events of the year, we do know when they are and the excitement leading up to those days.

Here is a look ahead at the rest of the 2020 WWE pay-per-view schedule.

Feb. 16: NXT TakeOver: Portland

Start time: 7 p.m. ET

Where: Moda Center; Portland, Ore.

Livestream: WWE Network

NXT Championship: Adam Cole vs. Tommaso Ciampa

NXT Women's Championship: Rhea Ripley vs. Bianca Belair

More: Finn Balor vs. Johnny Gargano

NXT North American Championship: Keith Lee vs. Dominik Dijakovic

NXT Tag Team Championship: Undisputed Era vs. The BroserWeights

More: Dakota Kai vs. Tegan Nox

Feb. 27: WWE Super ShowDown

Start time: Noon ET

Where: International Arena at The Boulevard; Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Livestream: WWE Network

Universal Championship: "The Fiend" Bray Wyatt vs. Goldberg

Goldberg attends a WWE Friday Night SmackDown premiere.
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A bit of an odd pairing, but Goldberg returned on Friday Night SmackDown and demanded he get the WWE Universal Championship back, and he will get that chance, but up against the much younger Bray Wyatt. It should definitely make for an intriguing match in the ring, at the very least.

WWE Championship: Brock Lesnar vs. Ricochet

SmackDown Tag Team Championship: New Day vs. John Morrison & The Miz;

Steel Cage Match: King Corbin vs. Roman Reigns

Tuwaiq Trophy Gauntlet Match: Rusev vs. R-Truth vs. Aj Styles vs. Andrade vs. Erick Rowan vs. Bobby Lashley

March 8: WWE Elimination Chamber

Start time: 7 p.m.

Where: Wells Fargo Center; Philadelphia, Pa.

Livestream: WWE Network

Main Event: King Corbin, Roman Reigns, Braun Strowman, Shinsuke Nakamura, Robert Roode and Daniel Bryan.

These wrestlers will go up against one another in a six-way shootout to determine who will be the No. 1 contender to the Universal Championship at Wrestlemania 36 later this year. However, it is not set in stone and could still potentially change.