As noted, a Reddit user recently leaked the image above listing the remaining WWE pay-per-views for the remainder of the year. It revealed WWE will be doing separate brand pay-per-views starting with WWE Backlash on September 11, 2016, which will be a SmackDown show. Survivor Series will join SummerSlam and presumably The Royal Rumble and WrestleMania to be co-branded shows.

PWInsider reported today that Sky Italy confirmed the line-up. As noted, Ticketmaster is now listing the Clash of Champions pay-per-view on September 25th, which will be a RAW event.

Once again, here is the pay-per-view line-up for the rest of 2016:

* WWE Battleground: July 24 in Washington D.C., 8pm EST start time, both brands

* WWE SummerSlam: August 21st in Brooklyn, 7pm EST start time, both brands

* WWE Backlash: September 11th in Richmond, 8pm EST start time, SmackDown event, WWE Network exclusive

* WWE Clash of the Champions: September 25th in Indianapolis, 8pm EST start time, RAW event

* WWE No Mercy: October 9th in Sacramento, 8pm EST start time, SmackDown event

* WWE Hell In a Cell: October 30th in Boston, 8pm EST start time, RAW event

* WWE Survivor Series: November 20th in Toronto, 7pm EST start time, both brands

* WWE TLC: December 4th in Dallas, 8pm EST start time, SmackDown event

* WWE Roadblock, December 18th in Pittsburgh, 8pm EST start time, RAW event

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