This weekendwill be unprecedented different from what you’re used to seeing from the biggest wrestling event of the year. Originally, WrestleMania 2020 was to take place at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa. For the first time in WWE history, the 36th edition of WrestleMania in front of no fan. WrestleMania 36 will also take place over two nights (Saturday and Sunday) instead of the usual one night spectacular.
So yes, it’s weird like hell. There are many questions swirling around WrestleMania 36. Many experts have criticized WWE for hosting the event, calling it a health risk. At the age of, watching between two and six people compete will be shocking to some. But a large part of WrestleMania 36 has already been recorded. So at this point, it only makes sense to try to take advantage of it.
Whether it is possible, without a crowd for the wrestlers, is another question.
The main event of the show is Brock Lesnar defending his WWE Championship against. Normally, I would say it would be a great foolproof game, but, as you may be fed up with hearing, this is not normal times. Elsewhere, John Cena returns to face Bray “The Fiend” Wyatt and The Undertaker rises to face a WrestleMania game against AJ Styles.
Perhaps the craziest part of this WrestleMania is that Roman Reigns had to face Goldberg for the world championship, but pulled out of this championship match. Instead, the WCW legend will defend his title against Braun Strowman.
WrestleMania 36 takes place at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida on Saturday April 4 and Sunday April 5. The main card starts both days at 7 p.m. ET (4 p.m. PT). If you subscribe to the WWE network – at $ 9.99 per month, but free for one month for new subscribers – you can watch WWE WrestleMania for free live. Otherwise, if you are looking to watch WrestleMania, you will need to contact your local cable provider and pay a separate fee to watch.
Viewers in the UK will have to get up late to watch WWE WrestleMania, as WWE performance begins midnight sunday and Monday. WrestleMania begins for Australians at 9:00 a.m. AEDT sure Sunday and Monday.
- WWE Championship: Brock Lesnar (c) against Drew McIntyre.
- Universal Championship: Goldberg (c) against Braun Strowman.
- Gross Women’s Championship: Becky Lynch (c) against Shayna Baszler.
- Firehouse Funhouse Match: John Cena vs. Bray Wyatt.
- Edge against Randy Orton.
- Boneyard: The Undertaker vs. AJ Styles game.
- NXT Women’s Championship: Rhea Ripley (c) against Charlotte Flair.
- Kevin Owens against Seth Rollins.
- Intercontinental Championship: Sami Zayn (c) against Daniel Bryan.
- SmackDown Women’s Championship: Bayley (c) against Lacey Evans against Naomi against Sasha Banks against Tamina.
- SmackDown Tag Team Championships ladder match: The Miz and John Morrison (c) against The New Day against The Usos.
- Raw Tag Team Championships: The Street Profits (c) against Angel Garza and Austin Theory.
- Elias against Baron Corbin.
- Women’s team championships: Kabuki Warriors against Nikki Cross and Alexa Bliss.
- Otis against Dolph Ziggler.
- Aleister Black versus Bobby Lashley.
Yes, that’s a lot of matches. We do not yet know which matches will take place which night.
How to watch: WWE Network, Fite TV apps
You can start (or restart) a subscription to the WWE network here:
The monthly price is $ 9.99 (US) or £ 9.99 (UK). New subscribers get one month free and you can cancel at any time.
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You can also watch WWE WrestleMania on Fite TV in English and Spanish. It costs $ 60 for the two-day WrestleMania package.
The event is also expected to be available as a one-time purchase on many cable and satellite television systems.