Where to stream 2020 WWE events and matches in Canada

WWE is one of the biggest brands in entertainment, so it’s pretty easy to keep up with its popular shows and events.

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WWE, short for World Wrestling Entertainment, is a huge media company that mainly deals in wrestling. The name also refers to the professional wrestling promotion itself, the largest in the world. Its popularity came naturally, mainly due to pro wrestling’s incredibly entertaining nature. The over-the-top characters and competitive spirit of the fights should be enough to keep fans glued to the screen, with the lavish production just an added bonus.

WWE offers weekly shows like Raw and SmackDown, but also huge pay-per-view events, including the ‘big four’ – WrestleMania, SummerSlam, Survivor Series, and Royal Rumble. For Canadian fans of wrestling, it’s easy to keep up with both, although you will need to spend some cash to enjoy the action.

Updated April 2nd, 2020
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Canada (EDT) dates and times for upcoming WWE events

Event Date Time Location Venue
Hell in a Cell Sunday 16 September 7:00 PM EDT San Antonio, Texas AT&T Center
Super Show-Down Saturday 6 October 5:00 AM EDT Melbourne, Australia Melbourne Cricket Ground
Evolution Sunday 28 October 7:00 PM EDT Uniondale, New York Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
NXT TakeOver: WarGames Saturday 17 November TBA Los Angeles, California Staples Center
Survivor Series Sunday 18 November 7:00 PM EDT Los Angeles, California Staples Center
TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs Sunday 17 December TBA San Jose, California TBA

Live stream with a free trial

There are a few options in Canada for live streaming the WWE with a free trial.

WWE Network

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WWE’s own streaming service, WWE Network, is very affordable considering that it also provides access to all of the brand’s live pay-per-view events. For only US$9.99/month, you can stream all special events, as well as access hours of archive content. Considering that a PPV event usually costs more than $20, a subscription to the service is a must for die-hard WWE fans. Even better – if you’re a new user, you get a one-month free trial, so you can test-drive the platform before being charged to enjoy the goods.

As far as content is concerned, subscribers can stream the big pay-per-view events – Royal Rumble, Wrestlemania, Summerslam, and Survivor Series – but also other brand-specific events like Hell in a Cell or Elimination Chamber. Fans also gain access to in-ring premier shows like NXT, where new Superstars amaze the WWE Universe every week; and 205 Live, where you can catch up with WWE’s Cruiserweight division.

Moreover, there are thousands of hours of on-demand programming available, so there’s little chance you’ll run out of stuff to watch. The only thing you won’t get, though, is access to Raw and SmackDown live episodes. Only replays are available, about a month after the episodes originally air in the US.

On the compatibility front, WWE Network works with a wide variety of devices. You can watch on your computer or tablet/smartphone, on game consoles and media streaming players. The list of compatible devices includes XBOX One, XBOX 360, PS4, PS3, Apple TV, and Chromecast. The app also works on selected smart TVs in the US, so you should check if it’s available from the relevant smart TV download store on your TV. As for how much data streaming WWE content will burn, it’s similar to the likes of Netflix – about 1.35GB/hour at high quality.

fuboTV

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The streaming service fuboTV not only allows you to live stream and record over 80 cable channels but it also allows you live stream some of the year’s biggest pay-per-view events on just about any device you can think of.

The streaming service is currently offering a 7-day free trial so you can try before you buy. After that, the service reverts to US$9.99 per month, which is a decent deal, all things considered.

Watch on TV

Of course, if you’re not looking to live stream, you can always catch the action via select cable providers. Here’s a list of cable providers in Canada that broadcast the WWE.

  • Bell ExpressVu
  • SaskTel
  • Shaw
  • Viewer’s Choice Canada

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