WWE WRESTLEMANIA 36 takes center stage this weekend with the rest of the sports world waiting due to a coronavirus.
Wrestlemania 36 is the biggest event on the WWE calendar and will continue despite the global pandemic of COVID-19, for the first time ever aired on OF THEM nights.
But there are differences in the glitzy centerpiece you’re used to – this edition was shot in camera, ahead of time and without any crowds.
How can I broadcast WrestleMania 36 live?
This year’s centerpiece is broadcast live on WWE Network and BT Sport.
A streaming service full of wrestling coverage, the WWE network will broadcast every minute of WrestleMania 36 live.
While BT is the exclusive WWE broadcaster in the UK, it presents Raw, Smackdown, NXT and NXT UK as well as all of the biggest PPV events of the year on the BT Sport Box Office.
You can watch all the action live on their Box Office channel, which is available on Sky, Virgin and BT TV.
Both nights can be purchased via your TV box or online for £ 19.95.
If you are not subscribed to any of the above providers, you can still purchase the event through the official website and stream to a number of devices.
Can I watch for free?
YOU most certainly can.
If you are a new WWE customer, you can take advantage of one of their free trials to watch BOTH Wrestlemania 36 nights without paying a penny.
Head over to the official website now where you can get 30 days of free wrestling.
After this initial free period, a subscription to the service costs £ 9.99 per month – but you can cancel at any time.
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What’s the card?
WrestleMania 36 Sunday Night Match Card, with the show kicking off from 11 p.m. UK time, 6 p.m. ET and the main show starting from midnight UK time, 7 p.m. ET:
- Liv Morgan vs Natalya (Kickoff Show from 11 p.m.)
- Rhea Ripley vs. Charlotte Flair – NXT Women’s Championship
- John Cena vs. “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt – Match Firefly Fun House
- Bayley versus Lacey Evans against Naomi against Sasha Banks against Tamina – Fatal 5-Way for WWE SmackDown Women’s Championship
- The Street Profits against Austin Theory and Angel Garza – WWE Raw Tag Team Championship
- Aleister Black vs. Bobby Lashley
- Otis versus Dolph Ziggler
- Randy Orton vs. Edge – Last Standing Game Against a Man
- Brock Lesnar vs. Drew McIntyre—WWE Championship