Wrestlemania Goes Hollywood

How to watch WWE WrestleMania 39 wherever you are

People may fondly remember the wrestling promotion formerly known as the WWF, now WWE, from its Attitude Era in the 1990s. It could be an earlier time, a time set by Andre The Giant, Jake ‘The Snake’ Roberts, and ‘Macho Man’ Randy Savage. We’ve been through the eras of ruthless aggression and PG, but for non-wrestling fans, the concept of WWE and its flagship event, WrestleMania, might seem like a cool one. But WrestleMania is still one of the biggest events in the world – “sports entertainment” or otherwise.

Legions of fans gather in this annual mix of physical hits and table-breaking mayhem each year. A staggering 156,352 people attended the 2022 event, which also saw 1.1 billion video views recorded across video channels and social media – according to WWE. The event also racked up 2.2 billion impressions across all social platforms, beating out that year’s Super Bowl (actually, the real-life Super Bowl).

With all that said, WWE is aiming for WrestleMania 39 to be their biggest yet. The Immortals Show, as it is humbly called, takes place on Saturday, April 1 and Sunday, April 2. Hosting WrestleMania 39 at the 70,240-seat SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles, the ring will feature the likes of John Cena, Roman Reigns, Bianca Belair, Brock Lesnar, Lita and Trish Stratus, and the totally unabashed Logan Paul.

WWE may refer to its fans as the “WWE Universe,” but where can people watch WrestleMania 39 live? Fortunately, there is a place for you… wherever you are.

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United kingdom

In the UK, each day of WrestleMania 39 will start at 1am BST, and creep into the wee hours of each morning from there. Die-hard fans may want to take a break from Monday.

You can watch WrestleMania 39 via pay-per-view, with the BT Sport Box Office broadcasting both nights of the event on UK TV at a cost of £19.95. However, we suggest getting a WWE Network subscription for £9.99 per month. For ten, you’ll be able to stream both nights of WrestleMania live, every WWE PPV live, access weekly Raw, Smackdown, and NXT WWE programming, and over 10,000 hours of on-demand archive video to recapture those nostalgic vibes.

Do you fancy watching some rasslin’ but don’t fancy paying? We can dig it guys. WWE Network offers a free subscription membership, with access to over 15,000 titles, original shows, pay-per-view classics and more.


In Europe, viewers can watch WrestleMania 39 via the WWE Network, which is available in a number of European countries and can be accessed directly to watch local content. This includes countries from Spain to Sweden, but a full list of countries is available to view here.

US and ROW

Watch Wrestlemania

WrestleMania 39 begins with the opening show, which begins at 7 PM ET. The main event begins at 8 PM ET. Fans can subscribe to the WWE Network worldwide, but content providers vary depending on where you live.

On the other side of the Atlantic (and a few places elsewhere), fans in the United States, American Samoa, Guam, the Northern Marian Islands, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands can watch WWE Network content exclusively through Peacock. The WWE Network was its streaming service in the United States until 2021, when WWE and NBCUniversal partnered to give Peacock’s streaming service exclusive rights to the WWE Network in a $1 billion five-year deal.

Canadian residents can subscribe through local cable providers such as Bell, SaskTel, and Shaw, or stream via Sportsnet NOW. In Australia, WrestleMania is available to stream on BINGE, while in India, access to WWE Network content is available through SonyLiv.

For a full list of how and where you can find the WWE Network in your country, click here.