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Directly from WWE, WWE Network will be available for FREE starting Monday, Nov. 3 through the end of the month, including Survivor Series, on Web, iPhone, iPad and Android devices. Go to WWE.com on Monday, Nov. 3 at 8:00 p.m. GMT to sign up. WWE Network will be available to you on other platforms, including Xbox One and Xbox 360, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Roku streaming devices, and select Smart TVs on Tuesday, Nov. 18 in time for Survivor Series so you can watch on your big screen TV.

 

Beginning in December, WWE Network will be available for US $9.99 per month with no commitment.

 

Thank you for your patience in awaiting the WWE Network launch.

 

 

1 month free no commitments and then cancel until mania 

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If only this was the attitude era.

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Best thing can happen is Cena turns heel and joins The Authority its good for business.

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its got the attitude era on there 

 

just gnna use it for wcw ppvs 97-99 

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its got the attitude era on there

just gnna use it for wcw ppvs 97-99

Their PPVs were sick

Bash@The Beach

Hallowen Havoc

Starcade

The best one was war games

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Wait they have 97-2001 Attitude PPVs?

If so tell me it comes with promos

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Original programming

All WWE pay-per-view events (currently 12 per year) broadcast live.[32]

WWE WrestleMania Rewind – The first show named to be part of the network; a retrospective look at WrestleMania's memorable moments.[9][32]

The Monday Night War: WWE vs. WCW – A television series about the Monday Night Wars.[32]

WWE Legends' House – A reality television series featuring several WWE legends.

WWE Countdown – A top-10 countdown show based on interactive fan polls.[32]

WWE NXT - Airs weekly on Thursdays, before WWE Superstars, including periodic live specials.[32]

WWE Superstars - Airs weekly on Thursdays, following WWE NXT.[32]

Pre-shows and Backstage Pass post-shows for Raw and SmackDown.[33]

A new live daily studio show, scheduled to debut in 2014.[34]

WWE Beyond The Ring - Documentary portions of previously-released WWE DVDs featuring various performers, organizations, and storylines.

WWE Slam City - An animated series featuring current WWE talent, based on the Mattel toy line of the same name.

Legends of Wrestlemania - A spin-off special of the Legends of Wrestling roundtable panel format, focusing on Wrestlemania related topics.

This Week in WWE – A weekly 30-minute recap of the past week's WWE action.

WWE Main Event - Airs weekly on Tuesdays.[32]

WWE Rivalries - A show documenting rivalries in the WWE.

Repeat/archival programming

In addition to previous editions of the original programs listed above:

Virtually every WWE, WCW and ECW pay-per-view event ever produced is available for on-demand streaming.[35] Although WWE promotes the selection as every pay-per-view ever made, a handful of international PPV events have not yet been made available.[36]

Encore broadcasts of Raw and SmackDown (original broadcasts will continue to air exclusively on cable television).[35]

Additional content from WWE Libraries, which has a library of over 100,000 hours of programming, will be added over time.[37]

World Class Championship Wrestling (selected episodes)

ECW Hardcore TV (selected episodes)

Every episode of WCW Clash of the Champions

Select episodes of WCW Monday Nitro

Every episode of Saturday Night's Main Event

Encore broadcasts of Season 1 of Total Divas.

Select WWE Classics on Demand programming.

Although the United States parental guidelines rating system rates most weekly WWE television programs TV-PG, the WWE Network broadcasts a wider range of content. A parental controls block is available and content rated TV-14 and TV-MA are preceded by an advisory warning. The network airs footage featuring Chris Benoit, but an advisory warning is displayed before each airing; it marks the first major airing of Benoit footage since his murder-suicide in 2007.[38] Over the Edge 1999, infamous for Owen Hart's death at the event, is also available for the first time since its original air date, however some portions of the event have been edited out of respect to the Hart wrestling family.[39] Matches called with Jesse Ventura on commentary, which have previously been dubbed over due to a 1991 lawsuit, air with the original commentary.[35]

While the network promoted on-demand airings as being unedited, some instances of expletives and all nudity are censored.[40][41]

At launch, all but one of New Jack's matches were removed from ECW pay-per-views, as was his surprise return at Heat Wave 1998, due to a combination of musical rights issues over his entrance music and the inability to remove the music without losing the original commentary audio. The deleted matches were eventually reinstated with replacement music and newly recorded Joey Styles commentary.[42] Several pay-per-views are copies of their condensed home video releases, rather than the live versions, and so are missing matches.[43]

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please tell some one remembers dennis rodman and hollywood hogan vsv diamond dallas page and some next brudda

 

that was a bash at the beach must be like 1999 times

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please tell some one remembers dennis rodman and hollywood hogan vsv diamond dallas page and some next brudda

that was a bash at the beach must be like 1999 times

WCW was silly at times

David Arquette as World Champ

The blonde ref as president

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please tell some one remembers dennis rodman and hollywood hogan vsv diamond dallas page and some next brudda

that was a bash at the beach must be like 1999 times

WCW was silly at times

David Arquette as World Champ

The blonde ref as president

 

did anyone watch ecw??

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please tell some one remembers dennis rodman and hollywood hogan vsv diamond dallas page and some next brudda

that was a bash at the beach must be like 1999 times

WCW was silly at times

David Arquette as World Champ

The blonde ref as president

did anyone watch ecw??

Yeah on Bravo

When I first saw Sabu jump through the ring with a chair in his hand my jaw dropped

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wrestling times were amazing staying up on a sunday 1-4pm school in the morning

man used to steal the mag and stick the ppv posters on the  desk that had the lid

 

the desk with the lid>>>

 

Armageddon00.jpg

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This is the way fwd for sport tho

NBA NFL n NHL have been doin this for years

Football will jump on this soon

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Hahahahahahahaa they've fucked the UK off

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The WWE Network was scheduled to launch at 8pm London time tonight but it won't be happening. WWE Network tweeted the following today, less than 30 minutes before the launch in the UK:

 

"The launch of @WWENetwork in the U.K. has been delayed until further notice."

 

last min sky injunction

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had it since mania.. novelty wore off after a while but i cnt be bothered to cancel the ting

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