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WWE live televised events schedule

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Note: Due to the ongoing restrictions in place to limit the spread of coronavirus, all WWE events since mid-March 2020 have been held without fans in Florida. Starting on Friday, Aug. 21, Monday Night Raw, SmackDown and pay-per-views began to take place at the Amway Center in Orlando, and eventually moved to Tropicana Field in Tampa. Post-WrestleMania 37, the "Thunderdome" set moved to the Yuengling Center on the campus of USF, also in Tampa.

WWE plans to return to the road for shows with fans in attendance in mid-July 2021, kicking off a 25-city tour with a trio of shows in Texas surrounding the Money in the Bank pay-per-view on July 18.

NXT content is produced at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando.

July 26, 2021:
Monday Night Raw, T-Mobile Center, Kansas City, MO

July 27, 2021:
NXT, Capitol Wrestling Center, Orlando, FL

July 30, 2021:
SmackDown, Target Center, Minneapolis, MN

Aug. 2, 2021:
Monday Night Raw, Allstate Arena, Rosemont, IL

Aug. 3, 2021:
NXT, Capitol Wrestling Center, Orlando, FL

Aug. 6, 2021:
SmackDown, Amalie Arena, Tampa, FL

Aug. 9, 2021:
Monday Night Raw, Amway Center, Orlando, FL

Aug. 10, 2021:
NXT, Capitol Wrestling Center, Orlando, FL

Aug. 13, 2021:
SmackDown, BOK Center, Tulsa, OK

Aug. 16, 2021:
Monday Night Raw: AT&T Center, San Antonio, TX

Aug. 17, 2021:
NXT, Capitol Wrestling Center, Orlando, FL

Aug. 20, 2021:
SmackDown, Phoenix Suns Arena, Phoenix, AZ

Aug. 21, 2021:
SummerSlam, Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas, NV

Aug. 22, 2021:
NXT TakeOver 36, Capitol Wrestling Center, Orlando, FL

Aug. 23, 2021:
Monday Night Raw, Pechanga Arena San Diego, San Diego, CA

Aug. 27, 2021:
SmackDown, Simmons Bank Arena, North Little Rock, AR

Aug. 30, 2021:
Monday Night Raw, Chesapeake Energy Arena, Oklahoma City, OK

Sept. 3, 2021:
SmackDown, Vystar Veterans Memorial Arena, Jacksonville, FL

Sept. 6, 2021:
Monday Night Raw, FTX Arena, Miami, FL

Sept. 10, 2021:
SmackDown, Madison Square Garden, New York, NY