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Looking to watch some pro wrestling action? Can you say pay-per-view? Optimum and World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) go hand in hand. 

With pay-per-view on Optimum, you’ll be bouncing off the ropes like Randy Orton and Seth Rollins as you watch superlative, smackdown action that can only mean professional wrestling and WWE. 

WWE fans can watch from the comfort of their own living rooms as WWF superstars do battle for WWE supremacy in highly anticipated pay-per-view powerhouse events featuring Superstar performers. 

As a pay-per-view customer, you can experience all the action with nominal fees, no lines, no late fees and no hassles. And we aren’t talking smack; just plenty of WWE smackdowns, brutal brawls, tremendous trash talking, and timely takedowns. It’s what the WWE is all about. 

Simply order from your remote and watch at your convenience as the emotion, physicality and drama of WWE unfolds on the WWE network, featuring compelling and complex characters weaved into dynamic storylines. 



WWE 2022 PPV Schedule

WWE has superstars and equally super shows on pay-per-view on Optimum. WWE’s lineup will leave you pinned to the couch and fixated on the screen from start to finish. Here’s a look at some of the WWE programming highlights offered exclusively on pay-per-view.

Day 1

WWE’s first pay-per-view of the year saw Brock “The Beast” Lesnar win the WWE Championship in an epic fatal five-way match. The Beast conquered Seth Rollins, Bobby Lashley, Kevin Owens, and champion Big E to take home the gold. This was the first WWE Day 1 pay-per-view, and it’s set to become a tradition. Don’t miss out and, order the first event now!

Royal Rumble

One of WWE’s premier “Big Four” events, along with WrestleMania, SummerSlam, and Survivor Series, Royal Rumble is a wintertime Ppay-per-view spectacle, pitting WWE superstars in a classic battle royale. This year, Brock Lesnar won the men’s rumble and a returning Ronda Rousey triumphed in the women’s match. Order pay-per-view from your remote and you’ll be treated to some royal entertainment —– WWE style.

Elimination Chamber

Watch on pay-per-view from the safety of your own chamber as WWE competitors enter the Elimination Chamber with championships andor future opportunities fully on the line. A Raw- branded extravaganza, Elimination Chamber on pay-per-view will keep you on the edge of your seat.


WrestleMania 38

WWE’s flagship event, WrestleMania 38 is set to take place over two nights at AT&T Sstadium in Arlington, Texas. WrestleMania is considered the Super Bowl of sports entertainment so don’t miss this event. Get pay-per-view and catch the mania.


Money in the Bank

With pay-per-view, Money in the Bank takes on new meaning. Pay-per-view’s nominal fees mean no lines, no late fees, and no hassles to watch one of WWE’s most anticipated cards of 2022 at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada. Money in the Bank will feature men and women’s ladder matches with the winners earning the right to money in a guaranteed title opportunity against a world champion. Order pay-per-view for Money in the Bank.


SummerSlam

Considered the biggest WWE event of the summer, SummerSlam goes south for plenty of mayhem and disorder at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee. Dog days of summer? Not with SummerSlam on pay-per-view.


Survivor Series

Experience a November to remember on pay-per-view as WWE presents the Survivor Series, one of the longest- running pay-per-view events behind WrestleMania. In Survivor Series, “brand supremacy” is on the line as Raw challengesd rival Smackdown. Survivor Series is one of the original fabulous four pay-per-views you’ll want to watch this fall.


 

WWE Superstars Shine on Pay-Per-View on Optimum

Through pay-per-view on Optimum, marvel at the athleticism and power of WWE superstars as they fight to stave off savage challengers hunting championship belts. Check out some of the WWE superstars on pay-per-view on Optimum: 


Randy Orton 

Billed as a born WWE superstar and carrying two nicknames (“The Viper” and “The Apex Predator”), Orton stands a hulking 6’5”, 250 pounds and is one of the most respected figures in WWE. Pro wrestling is in his blood. Orton’s father is WWE Hall of Famer bOB “Cowboy” Orton, his uncle Barry “Barry O” Orton and his grandfather, the late bOB “Big O” Orton Sr. 

Orton, who is in his second decade as a WWE Superstar, secured his ring legacy by unifying the WWE and World Heavyweight Titles to become the first WWE World Heavyweight Champion in history. Catch this legendary WWE figure on pay-per-view on Optimum. 


Seth Rollins 

A WWF Universal Champion, Seth Rollins is the only man to cash in his Money in the Bank contract in the main event of WrestleMania and the lone professional wrestler to ever simultaneously hold the WWE Championship and the United States Championship. Rollins is also the first WWE NXT Champion. Pay-per-view is where you can see Rollins, often called Seth “Freaking” Rollins because he is “Freaking Good.“ 


AJ Styles 

AJ Styles made his highly anticipated WWE debut in the 2016 Royal Rumble Match, and buttressed his pro wrestling reputation by defeating the likes of John Cena and Randy Orton. Styles calls SmackDown “The House that AJ Styles Built.” Order pay-per-view and watch the stylish Styles from your own house. 


John Cena

John Cena continues to be a sensation in and out of the ring. Not only is the 16-time World Champion a true WWE superstar, Cena is a New York Times best-selling author, singer and actor. Cena is a two-decade WWE stalwart who claimed his first WWE Championship at Wrestle Mania 21. Become part of “Cenation” by ordering pay-per-view today. 


Ronda Rousey 

Ronda Rousey. Need we say more? Rousey, the first UFC Bantamweight Champion and woman to be inducted into the UFC Hall of Fame, has crossed over to WWE in impressive, explosive fashion. “Rowdy” Ronda has already left her mark on opponents and the WWE, vanquishing Alexa Bliss at SummerSlam 2018 to capture the Raw Women’s Championship. In the main event at WrestleMania 35, Rousey tangled with Becky Lynch and Smackdown Women’s Champion Charlotte Flair in a classic winner-take-all-match, where she experienced her first pin-fall loss in WWE. Ronda Rousey on pay-per-view will have a hold on you. 


Charlotte Flair 

The daughter of legendary world champion Rick Flair, Charlotte Flair’s own professional wrestling career took off when she defeated Natalya five years ago in the NXT Takeover. Since then, Flair has flourished as a full-time Superstar in WWE. A pay-per-view primetime performer, Flair is undefeated over 16 pay-per-views which includes a thrilling victory over Sasha Banks in a Hell in a Cell Match. See all the Flair with pay-per-view.

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