There are 14 WWE pay-per-views on the calendar next year, down two from this year according to a calendar published by PWInsider.com. These 14 pay-per-views are split: 5 combined Raw/Smackdown shows, 5 Raw shows, and 4 Smackdown shows.
The Royal Rumble kicks things off on January 28 in Philadelphia. This will be a joint pay-per-view. Raw gets the Elimination Chamber on February 25 from Las Vegas. Smackdown gets Fastlane on March 11 from Columbus. WrestleMania 34 is on April 8 from New Orleans, the second combined show. Raw gets Backlash on May 6 in Newark and Smackdown will have Payback on May 27 in Baltimore.
Money In The Bank from Chicago on June 17 will be a combined PPV. Raw goes to Battleground on July 15 from Pittsburgh and SummerSlam on August 19 from Brooklyn will be another joint pay-per-view. Extreme Rules is on September 16 from San Antonio with the Raw brand and the Hell In A Cell goes to Smackdown on September 30 from Nashville. TLC is a Raw show from Boston on October 21. Survivor Series on November 18 from Los Angeles is the last combined show of the year and Clash Of Champions is on December 17 from San Jose, a Smackdown-brand show.
Great Balls of Fire and No Mercy, which were Raw pay-per-views in 2017, were yanked from the schedule.