Proficient wrestling fans, specifically WWE fans, can now consume all their weekly matches on demand through the WWE Network. The program is eliminating one of the last hurdles for promotions to update their content trend will only grow with time.
With the two streaming platforms, wrestling fans can now watch thousands of hours of programming. Subscriptions, subscribers can watch nearly thirty years of Monday Night Raw and Texas Championship Wrestling from the 1950s.
Is WWE free on Peacock?
Unlike most popular streaming platforms, Peacock only requires a subscription that you opt out of whenever you want. You have access to all past and recent events, and some of the previous seasons of WWE’s programming.
This Sunday, the WWE Network will see four new shows near-4 hour long compilation. The Team Whack on the WWE Network will be followed by All Out, delivering in-ring action, and finally, an event from abroad possible to air this week on the network.
Below Eight Shows are coming you can check out.
- The SmackDown LowDown will Live
- The entire third season of Miz & Mrs will be added to the archives
- Main Event
- SmackDown, two videos from July will be added
- wXw Wrestling
- NXT Level Up will stream
- A new WWE Network compilation will be added to the archives
How long is WWE Day 1?
Day 1 begins with the first live show starting at 7 p.m. ET, and the main event underway at 8 p.m. ET. The card is expected to last for about four hours.