WWE WrestleMania 37: How to watch, full card, expectations and start times

 WWE WrestleMania 37: How to watch, full card, expectations and start times 




WrestleMania is consistently the greatest demonstration of the wrestling year, however this one is extraordinary. It's the primary WWE pay-per-view to happen before a group since last Walk, and it's the main WrestleMania to not element Triple H, The Funeral director or Shawn Michaels since WrestleMania 4. It's truly the beginning of another period. 


Occurring more than two evenings, the two shows will air on Peacock. Furthermore, they covers off a major seven day stretch of wrestling, following two evenings of NXT TakeOver: Stand and Convey. WrestleMania 37 Night 1 will be featured by the SmackDown Ladies' Title match between Sasha Banks and Bianca Belair, while the headliner of Night 2 is Roman Rules' All inclusive Title safeguard against Edge and Daniel Bryan. That way, both Regal Thunder champs actually get to headliner WrestleMania.





Also on Night 1, Bobby Lashley defends his WWE Championship against Drew McIntyre, and Cesaro takes on Seth Rollins. Night 2 has Rhea Ripley challenging for Asuka's Raw Women's Championship, as well as Randy Orton versus The Fiend which should be... something. Need to catch up on WrestleMania season? Check out GameSpot's Wrestle Buddies podast here.



For the first time since 2014, WrestleMania won't stream live on the WWE Network -- for US viewers, at least. The WWE Network has in essence migrated to NBC's Peacock streaming service, and that's where you'll go to watch WrestleMania 37. Peacock has three tiers, Free, Premium and Premium Plus. To watch WWE content, you'll need a Premium subsciption.


The good news is that'll set you back $5 a month, less than the $10 WWE Network. The better news is that there's currently a promotion that gives you 4 months of Premium access for $2.50 per month.

WrestleMania is a two-night extravaganza, taking place over April 10 and April 11. This is a godsend: Two nights is a much better idea than one seven-hour show, which was the style pre-COVID.


Both nights start at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT, as the show emanates from Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. (In front of fans, for the first time in over a year.) Grappling fans across the pond will have to stay up late, as WrestleMania starts at 1 a.m. UK time both nights. In Australia, both nights of WrestleMania begin at 10 a.m. AEST. 


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