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How to watch Wrestlemania 36 live and free
Wrestlemania 36, the showpiece event of WWE, is going ahead over two huge nights in Orlando, Florida. Here's how to watch.
In a move that will delight wrestling fans and give casual fans or sports nuts at least something to watch, Wrestlemania 36 is being held over two nights on Sunday 5 April and Monday 6 April, Singapore time.
Hosted by former New England Patriots superstar Rob Gronkowski and featuring a host of wrestling’s biggest names, Wrestlemania 36 will be held behind closed doors for the first time. Here’s how you can tune in.
When is Wrestlemania 36?
The main card gets underway at 7am Singapore time on Sunday 5 April and Monday 6 April.
How to watch Wrestlemania 36
In Singapore, you have two options for watching some live wrestling action. The WWE has its own streaming platform, the WWE Network. You can also watch it through Starhub. Read on for the particulars.
Stream Wrestlemania 36 on the WWE Network
If you subscribe to the WWE Network, you will have access to literally thousands of hours of wrestling action live and on demand. It costs US$9.99 globally (around S$14.30) per month. If you’re a new subscriber, the WWE Network is currently offering the first month free.
This means that if you only want to tune in to Wrestlemania 36, this is the perfect time to sign up. WWE Network is compatible with iOS and Android devices, plus some gaming consoles and Smart TVs.
Watch Wrestlemania 36 with pay-per-view
Subscription service Starhub is the home of WWE in Singapore. You can watch Wrestlemania on streaming service Starhub GO, which costs S$9.90 per month, as part of the Go Sports specialty pack.
Wrestlemania 36 card
Please note these matches are subject to change. It has been reported that Roman Reigns will miss the event for health precautions. WWE has since confirmed on Twitter that Reigns will be replaced by Braun Strowman, who now gets a shot at Goldberg for the WWE Universal Title.
|Brock Lesnar (c) vs Drew Mcintyre||WWE Championship singles match|
|The Undertaker vs AJ Styles||Boneyard match|
|Braun Strowman vs Goldberg (c)||Universal Championship singles match|
|John Cena vs "The Fiend" Bray Wyatt||Singles match|
|Edge vs Randy Orton||Last Man Standing match|
|Becky Lynch (c) vs Shayna Baszler||Raw Women's Championship match|
|Rhea Ripley (c) vs Charlotte Flair||NXT Women's Championship match|
|Kevin Owens vs Seth Rollins||Singles match|
|Bayley (c) vs Sasha Banks vs Lacey Evans vs Tamina vs Naomi||SmackDown Women's Championship WrestleMania Fatal Five-Way match|
|Sami Zayn (c) vs Daniel Bryan||Intercontinental Championship singles match|
|The Miz & John Morrioson (c) vs The Usoos vs The New Day||SmackDown Tag Team Championship Triple Threat Ladder match|
|The Street Profits (c) vs Austin Theory & Angel Garza||Raw Tag Team Championship match|
|The Kabuki Warriors (c) vs Alexa Bliss & Nikki Cross||WWE Women's Tag Team Championship match|
|Aleister Black vs Bobby Lashley||Singles match|
|Elias vs King Corbin||Singles match|
|Otis vs Dolph Ziggler||Singles match|