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WWE PPV Schedule And Locations Up To WrestleMania 31

Even though the term “pay-per-view” is something that WWE is trying to shy away from, they are still planning on producing monthly special events that they will build up to on Raw, Smackdown and Main Event. For what it’s worth, if you go to it still lists these shows as “pay-per-views” so perhaps that name is sticking around or they just need to update their website.

A schedule of all the Special Events was recently released that will take the company from Extreme Rules this Sunday all the way to WrestleMania 31 next March. Here’s the full listing with dates, location and arena listings.

May 4th – Extreme Rules, Izod Center in East Rutherford, NJ

June 1st – Payback, Allstate Arena in Chicago, Il

June 29th – Money In the Bank, Td Garden in Boston, Ma

July 20th – Battleground, Tampa Bay Times Forum in Tampa, Fl

August 17th – SummerSlam, Staples Center in Los Angeles,
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Kevin Nash & Triple H Expected On WWE Raw Tonight

As of right now, Kevin Nash and Triple H are both expected to be on the Raw Supershow tonight from Tampa, Florida to pick-up their pre-Survivor Series feud which in recent weeks has been forgotten about and rarely referenced on tv.

Nash wrote on Twitter on Sunday;

“Made up my mind, packing my wrestling gear. Someones getting a beat down in Tampa tomorrow night on Raw.”

It is unknown whether Nash will be involved in a match but if I were booking I would probably put him in a match against Santino Marella, have him squash Marella and put him through the table. The idea being Nash is begging for Hhh to come to the ring and putting Marella through the table which eventually does bring Hunter out.

The official website for the St. Pete Times Forum had removed Triple H from the advertising for tonight’s Raw over the weekend,
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Director talks WWE wrestling monsters in Monster Brawl

You’d be hard pressed to find any guy who hasn’t grown up with professional wrestling. Taking this mentality, and really playing up the theatrics is director Jesse T. Cook in his latest film, Monster Brawl, which will clearly answer the burning question: Which monster is the King of the (Undead) Ring?

A Cyclops, Witch Bitch, The Mummy, Lady Vampire, and more all duke it out in the flavor of those 1960s El Santo pictures, but far more cooler. Killer Film caught up with the director for a quick chat as he is finishing up the film, to talk about monsters and wrestling, as they go hand-in-hand in what is shaping up to be a fan favorite.

Jon: The website says Monster Brawl is stylized in the PPV Main Event, and while this seems like an obvious question, how did the film originate?

Jesse Thomas Cook: The film started
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