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WWE Profile

Wrestling is an exciting sport that entertains fans across the globe, especially WWE. Since launching in 2002 as WWE - changing from WWF - the promotion has consistently produced moments of entertainment for spectators to enjoy. WWE stars such as The Rock, John Cena, The Undertaker and many others have put on multiple shows over the years that enthral fans on a global scale.

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What does WWE stand for?

WWE stands for World Wrestling Entertainment, which used to be the World Wrestling Federation (WWF)

Pay Per View Schedule 2022

Day One - January 1, Atlanta, Georgia

Royal Rumble - January 29, St. Louis, Missouri

TBD - February 2022, Saudi Arabia

WrestleMania 38 Night One - April 3, Dallas, Texas

WrestleMania 38 Night Two - April 4, Dallas, Texas

TBD - May 8, Providence, Rhode Island

TBD - June 5, Chicago, Illinois

Money in the Bank - July 2, Las Vegas, Nevada

SummerSlam - July 30 - Nashville, Tennessee

TBD - September 3 or September 4, TBD

TBD - October 2022, Saudi Arabia

Survivor Series - November 26, Boston, Massachusetts

Who are the current WWE champions?

Here is a list of all of the current WWE champions by competition:

Raw

WWE Championship - Big E
Raw Women’s Championship - Becky Lynch
United States Championship - Damian Priest
Raw Tag Team Championship - Randy Orton and Riddle
WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship - Zelina Vega & Carmella

SmackDown

Universal Champion - Roman Reigns
SmackDown Women’s Championship - Charlotte Flair
Intercontinental Championship - Shinsuke Nakamura
SmackDown Tag Team Championship - The Usos

NXT

NXT Championship - Tommaso Ciampa
NXT Women’s Championship - Raquel Gonzalez
NXT North American Championship - Carmelo Hayes
NXT Tag Team Championship - MSK

Are WWE matches fixed?

People often think that wrestling is fake, but that is not the case. However, it is scripted and the outcome of matches are predetermined prior to the event itself. It is for entertainment purposes and you can think of it as a ‘show’, with the athletes rehearsing how the outcome will unravel.

Where can I watch WWE?

You can watch all of the action on WWE Network, a subscription-based service that provides you with all the exciting content you need.

Where can I follow WWE on social media?

You can follow WWE on both Instagram and Twitter

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