WWE WRESTLEMANIA 36 is taking centre stage this weekend with the rest of the sporting world on hold due to coronavirus.
Wrestlemania 36 is the biggest event of the WWE calendar and will be going ahead despite the global COVID-19 pandemic, for the first time is being broadcast across TWO nights.
But there are differences to the glitzy showpiece you're used to – this edition has been shot behind closed doors, in advance and without any crowd in attendance.
How can I live stream WrestleMania 36?
THIS year's showpiece is being shown live on both WWE Network and BT Sport.
A streaming service packed full of wrestling coverage, the WWE Network will show every minute of WrestleMania 36 live.
While BT is the exclusive broadcaster of WWE in the UK, showing Raw, Smackdown, NXT and NXT UK plus all the year’s biggest PPV events on BT Sport Box Office.
You can catch all of the action live on their Box Office channel, which is available on Sky, Virgin and BT TV.
Both nights can be bought through either your TV box or online for £19.95.
If you don't subscribe to any of the above providers, you can still buy the event through the official website and stream on a number of devices.
Can I watch for free?
YOU most certainly can.
If you're a new customer to the WWE Network, you can grab one of their free trials to watch BOTH nights of Wrestlemania 36 without paying a penny.
Head to the official website now where you can get 30 free days of wrestling action.
After that initial free period, a subscription to the service costs £9.99 per month – but you can cancel at any time.
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