Top 10 WWE Pay-Per-Views of All Time
WWE Pay-Per-Views of All Time

Top Rated WWE PPV events - Top 10 WWE Pay-Per-Views of All Time

A large part of my childhood was rooted in the WWE PPV buddy circuit. Whenever a new PPV was on the horizon, a friend's family would order the event and everyone would come to see it. Some of the funniest, most shocking, bizarre, and utterly brutal moments would occur in these pay-per-view, and it became apparent that much of the action on RAW and SmackDown was just appetizers for the main course.

While some WWE events got a bit predictable after a while, and some pre-planned WTF moments get a bit muffled, like Rikishi's Undertaker "choke push", it doesn't change the fact that WWE he generally went out of his way to create. some truly amazing sports entertainment shows.

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The following are the legendary WWE pay-per-views that are, damn, good.

These Are the Top 10 WWE Pay-Per-Views of All Time: 

  • 1. WrestleMania X-Seven (2001 TV Special/IMDB Rating: 9.1)
  • 2. NXT TakeOver: New Orleans (2018 TV Special/IMDB Rating: 9)
  • 3. NXT TakeOver: New York (2019 TV Special/IMDB Rating: 8.9)
  • 4. NXT Takeover: R Evolution (2014 TV Special/IMDB Rating: 8.8)
  • 5. NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn (2015 TV Special/IMDB Rating: 8.7)
  • 6. WWE Money in the Bank (2011 TV Special/IMDB Rating: 8.6)
  • 7. NXT TakeOver: Dallas (2016 TV Special/IMDB Rating: 8.6)
  • 8. NXT TakeOver: WarGames 2 (2018 TV Special/IMDB Rating: 8.6)
  • 9. NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn IV (2018 TV Special/IMDB Rating: 8.5)
  • 10. NXT TakeOver: Chicago II (2018 TV Special/IMDB Rating: 8.4)

Top 10 Pay-Per-Views of All Time - Top Rated PPV events

1. WrestleMania X-Seven (2001 TV Special/IMDB Rating: 9.1)

Adam Copeland, Jeff Hardy, Matt Hardy, Devon Hughes, Mark LoMonaco, and Jay Reso in WrestleMania X-Seven (2001)

The Rock defends the WWE Championship against "Stone Cold" Steve Austin. The Undertaker goes head-to-head against Triple H. The Hardy Boyz, The Dudley Boyz and Edge and Christian battle it out in a TLC match for the WWE Tag Team Championship. Shane McMahon collides with his father, Mr. McMahon, in a Street Fight with special guest referee, Mick Foley.

Director: Kevin Dunn

Writers: Brian Gewirtz (Screenwriter), Paul Heyman (Screenwriter)

Stars: Dwayne Johnson, Steve Austin, Adam Copeland

Adam Copeland, Jeff Hardy, Matt Hardy, Devon Hughes, Mark LoMonaco, and Jay Reso in WrestleMania X-Seven (2001)

2. NXT TakeOver: New Orleans (2018 TV Special/IMDB Rating: 9)

NXT TakeOver: New Orleans (2018)

The night before WrestleMania, the NXT superstars take over the Big Easy to show the world the best of wrestling.

Stars: Johnny Gargano, Tommaso Whitney, Tom Budgen

NXT TakeOver: New Orleans (2018)

3. NXT TakeOver: New York (2019 TV Special/IMDB Rating: 8.9)

Walter Hahn and Pete Dunne in NXT TakeOver: New York (2019)

The NXT Superstars return to the Big Apple for their annual 'TakeOver' event to see who is the best.

Stars: Austin Jenkins, Johnny Gargano, Pete Dunne

Walter Hahn and Pete Dunne in NXT TakeOver: New York (2019)

4. NXT Takeover: R Evolution (2014 TV Special/IMDB Rating: 8.8)

Jorge Arias and Emanuel Rodriguez in NXT Takeover: R Evolution (2014)

The future stars of World Wrestling Entertainment battle it out in this action-packed pay-per-view event. Kevin Owens makes his debut, Fin Balor and Hideo Itami team up to fight The Ascension and ...

Director: Kevin Dunn

Stars: Rami Sebei, Ben Satterly, Sasha Banks

Jorge Arias and Emanuel Rodriguez in NXT Takeover: R Evolution (2014)

5. NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn (2015 TV Special/IMDB Rating: 8.7)

Pamela Martinez and Sasha Banks in NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn (2015)

The biggest night in NXT history, including the epic NXT women's title matchup between Sasha Banks and Bayley and Finn Bálor and Kevin Owens' NXT Championship Ladder Match.

Stars: Sasha Banks, Pamela Martinez, Fergal Devitt

Pamela Martinez and Sasha Banks in NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn (2015)

6. WWE Money in the Bank (2011 TV Special/IMDB Rating: 8.6)

Jay Reso and Randy Orton in WWE: Money in the Bank (2011)

Eight of the biggest Superstars on SmackDown battle to climb a ladder and capture a briefcase containing a contract for a World Heavyweight Championship match at any time during the next year.

Director: Kevin Dunn

Stars: C.M. Punk, John Cena, Randy Orton

Jay Reso and Randy Orton in WWE: Money in the Bank (2011)

7. NXT TakeOver: Dallas (2016 TV Special/IMDB Rating: 8.6)

Joe Seanoa and Fergal Devitt in NXT TakeOver: Dallas (2016)

Finn Balor defends the NXT title against Samoa Joa. Asuka seeks to dethrone female champion Bayley and the long-awaited debut of the legendary Shinsuke Nakamura.

Stars: Fergal Devitt, Joe Seanoa, Kanako Urai

Joe Seanoa and Fergal Devitt in NXT TakeOver: Dallas (2016)

8. NXT TakeOver: WarGames 2 (2018 TV Special/IMDB Rating: 8.6)

Johnny Gargano and Tom Budgen in NXT TakeOver: WarGames 2 (2018)

NXT Superstars are going to Hollywood, and it's bringing with it the deadly combat of WarGames.

Director: Kevin Dunn

Stars: Tommaso Whitney, Patrick Clark, Pete Dunne

Johnny Gargano and Tom Budgen in NXT TakeOver: WarGames 2 (2018)

9. NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn IV (2018 TV Special/IMDB Rating: 8.5)

Shayna Andrea Baszler and Kairi Hôjô in NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn IV (2018)

The NXT Superstars return to Brooklyn once again, to take over the Barclays Center, for a one-night stand.

Stars: Tommaso Whitney, Johnny Gargano, Trevor Mann

Shayna Andrea Baszler and Kairi Hôjô in NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn IV (2018)

10. NXT TakeOver: Chicago II (2018 TV Special/IMDB Rating: 8.4)

Tom Budgen and Dylan Miley in NXT TakeOver: Chicago II (2018)

The NXT superstars return to the Windy City, to once again fight each other for the right to be called the best.

Stars: Tommaso Whitney, Johnny Gargano, Tom Budgen

Tom Budgen and Dylan Miley in NXT TakeOver: Chicago II (2018)

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There are plenty of other honorable mentions that could have made this list, and you might not agree with all of the ones mentioned above. What are some of your favorite WWE pay-per-views?