WWE WrestleMania 38: Where To Watch In The UK & US

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WrestleMania 38 takes place this weekend on Saturday and Sunday night (April 2nd-3rd, 2022) and will be broadcast from the iconic AT&T Stadium in Dallas, Texas. Sporting a star-studded line-up which features the likes of Brock Lesnar, Roman Reigns, ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin and even Johnny Knoxville, wrestling fans are in for one hell of a weekend with a potential record-breaking crowd in attendance.

The last time WWE visited Dallas for their biggest show of the year was in 2016, when they packed out even the cheap seats with a crowd of over 100,000 fans to watch Roman Reigns battle Triple H in the show’s main event. This year, ‘The Tribal Chief’ looks to become a Unified World Champion when he faces off against perennial rival, Brock Lesnar, in the finale of Night 2.

Elsewhere on the card, Women’s Rumble winner Ronda Rousey will challenge Charlotte Flair for the SmackDown Women’s Championship in the first main-event of the weekend, and Seth Rollins will potentially stand across the ring from former AEW EVP, Cody Rhodes in his controversial return to the company.

But where can wrestling fans watch this ultimate extravangsa? Fear not, whether you’re from the US or the UK, we’ve got you covered.


Where to Watch WrestleMania in the US

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WWE fans can watch both nights of WrestleMania 38 live exclusively on Peacock, NBC’s streaming service that features all past and present WWE programming.

Live coverage of both nights of WrestleMania will commence at 6PM E.T, with the main-show starting around 8PM. Fans will need to purchase a premium subscription to Peacock’s streaming service in order to access both nights of ‘Mania.

Both nights are expected to last for around 3-4 hours a piece.


Where to watch WrestleMania in the UK

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Over in Blighty, UK wrestling fans will have to stay up a little later if they want to catch both nights of WrestleMania as they happen in Texas.

As always, the main cards are set to begin at 1AM GMT, with the pre-show likely starting around 11PM if you’re watching live on the WWE Network. Fans can purchase a subscription to WWE’s streaming service for a mere £9.99 a month, with the first month coming free for new subscribers.

WrestleMania 38 can also be found on BT Sport Box Office for a total of £19.95 —a fair price for a stacked two-night event.

With so much set to go down at WrestleMania, including an explosive encounter between hometown hero ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin and Kevin Owens, this is a must-see spectacle for all wrestling fans.

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