Pro wrestling fans old and new are likely stuck at home due to the coronavirus outbreak. To help those folks, and also to help promote its upcoming WrestleMania 36 event, WWE has made a whole bunch of content completely free to stream on the WWE Network with no strings attached. Here are all the details!
How do I get WWE Network for free?
In order to access the free content, all you have to do is create a free WWE Network account. Again, you don’t need to type in any credit or debit card info; once you sign up you can start streaming the free content on any of its supported platforms. The current promotion is separate from the usual 30-day WWE Network free trial which is offered to new subscribers.
What can I watch?
The biggest attraction is being able to go back and watch all of the previous WrestleMania events ahead of the next Showcase of the Immortals on April 4-5, 2020. You will also be able to watch other past pay-per-views, which including every previous Royal Rumble, SummerSlam and Survivor Series event.
As well as recent broadcasts of Raw and Smackdown, there are also documentaries available to stream for free as well. That includes shows like The Monday Night War, WWE Ruthless Aggression, WWE 24, and “Stone Cold” Steve Austin’s Broken Skull Sessions interviews.
Other shows and matches available on the WWE Network include the NXT Takeover events, the WWE Untold series, A Future WWE: The FCW Story, and more.
When does this WWE Network free offer end?
At the moment, the company has not stated when this free access offer for WWE Network content will end.
Can I still sign up for the 30-day free trial offer?
Yes, you can. In fact, the normal 30-day trial to stream all of the WWE Network content for free is the only way you can watch the upcoming two-night Wrestlemania 36 event on April 4 and 5. Of course, you can cancel your subscription at any time before the free trial ends. After that, it will cost $9.99 a month.
Will you be watching WWE Network for free while this offer is available?