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10 best WWE apps and WWE games for Android

The WWE had its ups and downs, but it remains popular year after year. Get your WWE fix with the best WWE apps and WWE games for Android!

Published onSeptember 9, 2021

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WWE had its ups and downs. However, it manages to stay popular and relevant every year. The newest wave of superstars are doing well and the entertainment is definitely still there. Fans don’t have a ton of options when it comes to mobile apps and games for the WWE. For the most part, the WWE official app covers most of the news (along with Twitter and a few blogs) while YouTube and the official WWE app cover highlights and old matches. In terms of games, you’ll get a vastly better experience on console than on mobile. There are a few good options as long as you don’t mind them being time killers. Here are the best WWE apps and WWE games for Android! The first five are the best games while the second set of five are the best apps. Enjoy!

The best WWE apps and WWE games for Android

WWE Champions

Price: Free with in-app purchases

WWE Champions is a puzzle-fighter hybrid. It features a match-three mechanic. You simply match three shapes of any type. Doing so will cause your superstar to perform moves. The first one with a depleted health bar loses. It’s a little cheesy for a game around an entertainment medium about fighting. However, it does do a good job killing a few minutes. The freemium aspect is a little bit unsavory, though. Otherwise, it’s one of the simpler WWE games.

WWE Mayhem

Price: Free to play

WWE Mayhem is an arcade wrestling game. It features a bunch of WWE superstars, simple controls, and some fun game play mechanics. You collect various superstars, wrestle them, and more. There are weekly events, tag team matches, online multiplayer, and some other fun stuff. It’s not as good as console games and you don’t have that level of freedom. However, it’s another good mobile time killer. There are a bunch of freemium elements that make the game less fun, but otherwise it’s not horrible.


Price: Free to play

Topps WWE Slam screenshot 2021
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WWE Slam is one of the newer WWE games on mobile, comparatively speaking. It’s a card-collecting game with a bunch of wrestlers both past and present. It boasts new content for every WWE Pay-Per-View event and easy enough controls. There is a bit of a learning curve because the game has so much stuff going on, but you get used to it eventually. You can also trade and duel cards with other people online. It’s a freemium game and a total cash grab, but it’s still fun for a while.

WWE SuperCard

Price: Free to play

WWE SuperCard is another popular WWE game. This one is a card collecting title. You collect up to 150 WWE superstars. You choose a few and they fight in the ring. Some of its other features include online PvP, a royal rumble featuring up to 15 of you cards, a wild mode, and more. It’s the least action-packed of the games we’ve listed so far. However, it’s still rather enjoyable for some. It’s also a freemium game, if that helps.

WWE Undefeated

Price: Free to play

WWE Undefeated is the newest WWE game on the list. It’s a brawler style online PvP game where you pick a wrestler, go into battle, and try to defeat your opponent. The game lets you customize your character, the character’s move set, and a social element where you can play with friends. The game is pretty simple overall and matches go by quickly so it makes for a decent mobile game. It could use a little more optimization, but otherwise it’s pretty good for its genre.


Price: Free / $6.99 per month

Inoreader screenshot 2021

Inoreader isn’t technically a wrestling app. However, it is an RSS app. You can follow your favorite WWE blogs and sites and get news rather quickly. The app offers a clean experience, access to a bunch of news sources, and you can sync between your devices without much worry. There aren’t a ton of WWE blogs and it can be hard to keep track of them. An app like Inoreader can help.


Price: Free / $3.01

Sportfusion is one of the more popular WWE apps. It offers up news, push notifications for quick updates, and widgets. You can also create a profile and engage with other WWE fans. The app aggregates news from other sources. Thus, it may be a better answer than something like Feedly for those who don’t know the WWE blogosphere so well. It also offers a rare chance to interact with other fans. It’s not perfect, but it works well. The free version contains ads and the pro version does not. Otherwise, they appear to be identical.


Price: Free

Twitter can be an awful, poisonous place. However, it is where a lot of news breaks. You can follow various WWE superstars, the official WWE account, and other accounts. That should give you some fun reading, quick news updates, and even stuff like highlights. The people there are occasionally terrible. However, most of them are easy enough to ignore. There are a bunch of other Twitter apps available if the official app just isn’t doing it for you. We have that list linked above, just below where the game section ended.

Official WWE app

Price: Free / $9.99 per month

WWE screenshot 2021
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For now, the official WWE app is probably the best for WWE apps. It offers up a bunch of stuff, including PPV matchups, schedules, news, and you can even see results from any given pay-per-view or event. The app used to house live WWE events, but it has since moved those to Peacock TV. Still, the official app is a good spot for most WWE-related things. You can even buy live event tickets and official merch from the app. Every fan should have this. Those who live outside of the US can still stream WWE PPVs here, but US users have to switch to Peacock TV.


Price: Free / $12.99 per month

YouTube screenshot 2021

YouTube is an obvious choice for WWE apps. You can find old highlights, old entrance videos, famous promos, popular moments, and various WWE-related memes. Additionally, there are YouTubers who cover the latest WWE stuff. There is far too much content on YouTube to not recommend it to people. Plus, the service is entirely free as long as you don’t mind advertising. Or you can pay $12.99 per month to remove the ads and add extra features. It’s another app that all WWE fans simply must-have.

Bonus: Peacock

Price: Free / $4.99-$9.99 per month / $49.99-$99.99 per year

Peacock TV screenshot 2021
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Peacock TV is the official streaming service of the WWE starting in 2021. The service includes all PPVs, live events, and other such things. I believe it also includes a back catalog of older content. As a streaming service, Peacock is okay. Like most, it charges Netflix prices for the content it ripped off of Netflix. However, you can use the service for free as long as you don’t mind some advertising. The app has a lot of buffer issues like most smaller streaming services, but this is the only choice you have to stream live WWE events.

If we missed any great WWE apps or WWE games, tell us about them in the comments! You can also click here to check out our latest Android app and game lists!