WWE Royal Rumble 2023: When & Where To Watch In The UK & US

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Cody Rhodes
Source: AEW

Everyone’s favorite annual wrestling tradition is finally here, with casual fans and the hardcore looking forward to it arguably more than even WrestleMania. We are of course talking about WWE’s Royal Rumble, a staple of the wrestling calendar each January in which 30 people enter a ring, and only one can leave the winner. This year’s event has a lot more riding on it than in previous years, with many people probably wondering where they can watch the 2023 Royal Rumble.

This year, expect two Royal Rumble matches, one for the men’s division, and one for the women. Bookies have their favorites for both, though it looks like the obvious winners are the easy money this year, but it doesn’t stop a couple of huge surprises from still going down. Elsewhere on the card, fans can look forward to two huge championship matches and the first televised match for Bray Wyatt since his return to WWE.

Are you ready? Here’s all you need to know to watch WWE Royal Rumble 2023 ahead of the event itself on Saturday, January 28th, 2023.


Where To Watch Royal Rumble 2023 in the UK

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Source: WWE

If any of you UK wrestling fans out there are planning on staying up to watch the most anticipated multi-man matches of the year, then unfortunately your sleeping patterns are once again about to be wrecked, as Royal Rumble is set to kickoff around 1am BST on Sunday.

The entire event, including its kick-off show, will be streamed live on the WWE Network and available to all those with active subscriptions. As always, new subscribers will receive their first month for free, including Royal Rumble. The WWE Network can be found on various online, gaming and mobile platforms.

Those avoiding the Network can also purchase the show on BT Sports Box Office for a one-off cost of £14.95.


Where To Watch Royal Rumble 2023 in the US

Roman Reigns
Source: WWE

Those stateside can enjoy Royal Rumble at the more convenient time of 5pm P/T or 8pm E/T, with the pre-show taking place an hour before. US fans will have to purchase the event through the Peacock streaming service with a Premium-tier subscription, which will set you back a mere $5 a month. Not a bad cost, all things considered.

The event is likely going to run for around 4-5 hours, not including the hour-long kickoff broadcast. But with so much action taking place in the space of one night, you better believe this is a can’t miss pay-per-view.

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