All you need to know about WWE Backlash 2020

Backlash 2020 is the next big PPV by WWE in 2020. It is happening on June 14 at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida. So, who are the main attractions of the event?

Here’s all you need to know about Backlash 2020.

Original plans

Backlash 2020 was set to be held at Kansas City in Missouri, but the venue was changed to Orlando due to the coronavirus pandemic. It is the first event to be announced during the pandemic.


Backlash was established by WWE in 1999. It was an annual event until 2009. It was brought back in 2016 and continued annually until 2018. In 2019, Backlash was replaced by Stomping Grounds. Backlash 2020 is the 15th event in the PPV's timeline.


Here are the few matches confirmed at WWE Backlash.

WWE Championship

Drew McIntyre (c) vs. Bobby Lashley

The match was possible after Montel Vontavious Porter or MVP questioned Bobby Lashley and asked him when he will show his true self. Lashley not had a shot at championship since 2007. Lashley then joined forces with MVP. Later next week, McIntyre challenged Lashley for the match, and WWE scheduled a Championship match at Backlash.

Raw Women's Championship - Asuka (c) vs. Nia Jax

Asuka will face Jax for the title. Jax emerged the winner in a triple threat match held at Raw to become the No 1 contender to challenge Asuka. Jax defeated NXT women's champion Charlotte Flair and Natalya to challenge Asuka for the title at BackLash.

Universal Championship - Braun Strowman (c) vs. The Miz and John Morrison

After retaining the Universal Championship at Money in the Bank, Braun Strowman defeated The Miz and John Morrison at Smackdown next week. But Strowman teamed up with Otis for the win, and it left Morrison unhappy as he and The Miz have made fun of Otis before. Soon, Morrison challenged Strowman to defend his title against him and The Miz. WWE made the match official at Backlash.

Other matches include Jeff Hardy vs. Sheamus and Edge vs. Randy Orton.

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