In great news for WWE fans, the WWE Network and a large majority of its content has been made free for users around the world. WWE made a large selection of their content free leading up to WrestleMania 36. It seems this strategy must have paid dividends for the company, as they’ve seemingly rejigged that approach and applied it to their long term goals.
Users can head to their favourite smart devices and download the WWE Network app. This is available on iOS, Android, Android TV, Apple TV and more.
Of course, not all the content available on the network will be free. So far, PPV’s & WWE’s high profile documentaries, such as Undertaker: The Last Ride & Sting: The Lost Tape, remain locked behind the paywall.
For users having difficulty figuring out what is free and what’s part of the paid plan, this is symbolised by the lock in the bottom left hand corner of the title’s thumbnail.
There is actually a surprisingly large amount of top-drawer content that’s available for free, including old PPV’s, greatest moments video & Superstar interviews. WWE has also made a few original content shows available in the free version of the app. This includes: Raw Talk, Monday Night War, Ride Along and Table for 3.
Of course, if you want to see WWE in all its glory, the full app is available for $9.99 per month.