Based on recent changes, here's the updated WWE pay-per-view line-up for this year:
* Royal Rumble – January 29th – St. Louis
* Elimination Chamber – February 19th – Milwaukee
* WrestleMania 28 – April 1st – Miami
* Extreme Rules – April 29th – Chicago
* Over The Limit – May 20th – Raleigh
* Fatal 4 Way – June 17th – Toronto
* TLC – July 15th – Las Vegas
* SummerSlam – August 19th – Los Angeles
* Night of Champions – September 23rd – Dallas
* Hell in a Cell – October 28th – Philadelphia
* Survivor Series – November 18th – Phoenix
* Bragging Rights – December 16th – Memphis
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