50 Best WWE Pay Per Views Ever

A 50 list created by: Lee Sonogan

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These shows are the best of the best from the WWE. Over the years I have seen a lot of wrestling. These days I watch highlights. Youtube any of these WWE ppvs and add highlights in the end. You will find hundreds of compilation videos with music and no music behind it. I recommend the shows and the individual wrestling matches in the following list.

  1. WWE: WrestleMania X-Seven (2001)
  2. WWF: WrestleMania III (1987)
  3. WWE: SummerSlam (2002)
  4. WWF: King Of The Ring (1998)
  5. WWE: Money In The Bank (2011)
  6. WWE: No Mercy (2002)
  7. WWE: WrestleMania XIX (2003)
  8. WWF: WrestleMania XIV (1998)
  9. WWF: Royal Rumble (2000)
  10. WWE: Bad Blood (2004)
  11. WWF: WrestleMania X (1994)
  12. WWE: One Night Stand (2005)
  13. WWE: One Night Stand (2006)
  14. WWE: WrestleMania 21 (2005)
  15. WWE: Backlash (2004)
  16. WWE: WrestleMania XX (2004)
  17. WWE: Royal Rumble (2007)
  18. WWF: No Way Out (2001)
  19. WWE: WrestleMania XXX (2014)
  20. WWF: Royal Rumble (2001)
  21. WWF: Armageddon (2000)
  22. WWE: Survior Series (2002)
  23. WWF: SummerSlam (2000)
  24. WWF: SummerSlam (1992)
  25. WWF: Badd Blodd: In Your House (1997)
  26. WWE: No Mercy (2008)
  27. WWF: No Way Out (2000)
  28. WWE: WrestleMania XXV (2009)
  29. WWE: WrestlMania XXIV (2008)
  30. WWF: Royal Rumble (1992)
  31. WWE: Backlash (2007)
  32. WWE: Vengence (2005)
  33. WWF: SummerSlam (1998)
  34. WWE: No Way Out (2006)
  35. WWF: Judgement Day (2000)
  36. WWF: Fully Loaded (2000)
  37. WWF: WrestleMania 1 (1985)
  38. WWE: Backlash (2009)
  39. WWE: SummerSlam (2013)
  40. WWE: Extreme Rules (2012)
  41. WWF: WrestleMania 2000 (2000)
  42. WWE: SummerSlam (2003)
  43. WWF: In Your House: Over The Edge (1998)
  44. WWF: In Your House: Canadian Stampede (1997)
  45. WWE: Royal Rumble (2018)
  46. WWE: Vengence (2001)
  47. WWE: Backlash (2000)
  48. WWE: Unforgiven (2006)
  49. WWF: No Mercy (1999)
  50. WWE: Vengence (2003)

You can watch all these ppvs on the WWE Network. The performance art of professional wrestling will continue if WWE or NJPW are consistently successful. Thinking of creating more wrestling content such as 50 WWE Worst wrestling matches of all time, 100 Active Wrestling promotions and Top ten finishers of all time.

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