WWE Clash of Champions 2021: WWE’s next major PPV event after Summerslam has been announced. On September 26, WWE Clash of Champions is all set to be hosted at the Nationwide Arena in Columbus. Also, there are rumors that WWE is returning to Boston Massachusetts, and Columbus, Ohio, in September.
WWE will be marking its way to normalcy from July 16 with WWE Smackdown. The show will be live from the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas, with live crowds in attendance. Money in the Bank will follow up Smackdown on July 18, and it would be the first PPV event outside WWE Thunderdome (barring Wrestlemania 37 that got hosted at the Raymond James Stadium).
WWE Clash of Champions 2021: WWE already announced dates for 25 touring cities
WWE has already announced 25 cities touring dates ahead of the July 16 episode of WWE Smackdown. This list concludes on September 6, but the tentative dates for the next three events including the Clash of Champions PPV are announced.
Last year, the WWE Clash of Champions PPV event took place at the WWE Thunderdome courtesy of the global pandemic, but in 2019 the show took place in Charlotte. Below is the list of cities that will be hosting the live events after WWE Summerslam.
Saturday, August 21: SummerSlam from Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, NV
Sunday, August 22: Supershow from the Ball Arena in Denver, CO
Monday, August 23: RAW from the Pechanga Arena in San Diego, CA
Friday, August 27: SmackDown from the Simmons Bank Arena in North Little Rock, AR
Monday, August 30: RAW from the Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City, OK
Friday, September 3: SmackDown from the VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena in Jacksonville, FL
Monday, September 6: RAW from the American Airlines Arena in Miami, FL
Friday, September 10: SmackDown from Madison Square Garden in New York City, NY (seemingly confirmed by WWE)
Monday, September 13: RAW from the TD Garden in Boston, MA (seemingly confirmed by WWE)
Sunday, September 26: Clash of Champions from Nationwide Arena in Columbus, OH (seemingly confirmed by WWE)