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This was the fourth and final time WWE used the One Night Stand name for a pay-per-view.
WWE Over The Edge 1998 was the 22nd In Your House event and was headlined by Steve Austin and Dude Love in a rematch from Unforgiven 1998, which is a match that had a controversial finish.
WWE Elimination Chamber 2015 was headlined by Seth Rollins facing Dean Ambrose, Kevin Owens battled John Cena and there were two Elimination Chamber matches.
The WWF/E In Your House Beware of Dog 1996 PPV was one of the most unique shows in WWE history and not for a good reason.
WWE Over Limit 2012 was a show headlined by John Cena facing off against the on-screen authority figure John Laurinaitis while the WWE Champion CM Punk faced Daniel Bryan as well. This show was written live on the day it took place and I haven’t changed anything in…
This is WWE Backlash, which was the first WWE Smackdown pay-per-view following WrestleMania 33 in 2017.
The 2002 WWE Backlash event followed WrestleMania with the new WWE Champion Triple H defending the gold against one of the biggest names in WWE history, Hulk Hogan.
It was the most unique WWE Money in the Bank pay-per-view ever in 2020 with both MITB matches happening at the same time, plus more unique matches.
The 2007 edition of WWE Judgment Day (that’s Judgment with no “E”) was the second pay-per-view after WrestleMania 23 and it featured the Raw, Smackdown and ECW brands.
The WWE Judgment Day 2005 pay-per-view was the first Smackdown brand PPV following WrestleMania 21.
WWE Payback 2015 featured a huge main event as the WWE Champion Seth Rollins defended his title in a difficult Fatal 4-Way match against his former Shield allies Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose, plus Randy Orton. I wrote this live when it happened in 2015.
The WWE WrestleMania Backlash 2022 event featured four WrestleMania rematches including one title match and a huge six-man tag team main event featuring five champions.
The WWE Extreme Rules 2010 pay-per-view followed WrestleMania 26 with several rematches including John Cena facing Batista in the main event in a memorable Last Man Standing Match.
It’s time for WWE Judgment Day featuring a WWE Title match that saw The Rock defending the gold against Triple H in a 60-Minute Iron Man Match with Shawn Michaels as the referee.