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WWE Royal Rumble 2021: Live Stream, WWE Network Start Time and Match Card

As the first pay-per-view of every new year, the Royal Rumble needs to set the tone for what is to come as WWE gets on The Road to WrestleMania. This year's event will continue to feature two of the titular matches as the women's division competes in its fourth Royal Rumble bout.
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Note On A WWE Network Feature That Won’t Be Available On Peacock

WWE announced last week that NBC Universal’s Peacock network will be the new home of WWE content. The move is set to take place on March 18. While it is unclear how the rollout of all of WWE’s content will be on Peacock, there is confirmation as to how fans will be watching live WWE content.
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WWE Network Highlights Yokozuna's Life and Career in 'Icons' Premiere Episode

On a day when WWE will anoint two new championship contenders at the Royal Rumble, the company is also paying tribute to a giant of its past. Yokozuna is the subject of the WWE Network’s Icons series, premiering this Sunday, which is also the day of the Royal Rumble pay per view. Unfortunately, this particular docuseries is defined by the rise and fall of the larger-than-life Yokozuna, whose size helped him gain instant attention, yet also led to health issues that caused him to pass away at the age of only 34.
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WWE Royal Rumble 2021: Start time, how to watch, full card and WWE Network

The WWE Royal Rumble finally arrives today (start time is 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT), and there's plenty for pro wrestling fans to be excited about: Not only will Goldberg challenge for Drew McIntyre's WWE Championship, Edge is returning to the ring in the men's Rumble match. And it gets better: He'll be the No. 2 entrant -- following No. 1, Randy Orton.
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Three New WWE Network Documentaries Being Filmed at Royal Rumble

WWE is filming for three new documentary projects at today’s Royal Rumble. PWInsider reports that the company is filming for documentaries on Big E., Edge and Goldberg at today’s PPV. The site notes that there may be other projects that use footage filmed at the PPV, but those three are...
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WWE Network Adds Daniel Bryan’s Greatest wXw Matches

Daniel Bryan’s Greatest wXw Matches and more independent shows added to WWE Network. Daniel Bryan famously ruled the independent circuit before becoming a WWE Superstar, and now you can watch some of his top clashes in Germany’s indie ranks for the first time ever on WWE Network. Daniel Bryan’s Greatest...
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New Indie Content Added To The WWE Network, Daniel Bryan Gets Eco-Friendly T-Shirt

EVOLVE 145, ICW Fight Club 157, and Daniel Bryan’s Greatest wXw Matches have been added to the WWE Network. WWEShop.com is selling a new Eco-Friendly t-shirt for Daniel Bryan. The t-shirt is made from organic cotton and a recycled poly rPET blend:. The Bella Twins posted the following Total Bellas...
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Views From The Turnbuckle: WWE’s Peacock Deal Proves Vince McMahon Is King, But What Does It Mean For Fans?

The opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not reflect the views of WrestlingInc or its staff. One year ago, Vince McMahon shocked investors and Wall Street professionals when the company announced that Co-Presidents Michelle Wilson and George Barrios had been relieved of their duties. The conventional thinking was that Wilson and Barrios had been instrumental in putting together the lucrative television deals for RAW and SmackDown that led to WWE generating record revenue, and Barrios in particular was credited with launching the WWE Network. The move was shocking, and the stock market responded accordingly, with WWE stock plunging from $62 a share on Jan. 30, to $30 a share on March 16.
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NBCU’s Peacock Pins WWE Network Exclusive U.S. Streaming Rights

NBCUniversal’s Peacock soon will be the only place to watch WWE Network in the U.S. WWE and NBCU reached a multiyear agreement giving Peacock exclusive streaming rights to WWE Network for American viewers. The over-the-top wrestling entertainment service’s existing U.S. subscribers (about 1.1 million in total) will be migrated over to Peacock Premium, where they’ll continue to get access to WWE Network but will pay 50% less per month while getting full access to the version of the Peacock Premium tier with ads.
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How to Watch WWE Online: Stream Wrestling Free on Peacock

Watching wrestling online is about to get a whole lot easier because the WWE has signed a multi-year agreement to move all of its matches to the NBCU streaming service. What that means: fans can now stream the WWE online free with their Peacock subscription, including this weekend’s WWE Money in the Bank 2021 event. Buy: Subscribe to Peacock Premium at $4.99 Which WWE Matches Can You Watch Peacock? Peacock subscribers can watch a surprising amount of WWE content live and on demand. In addition to watching Money in the Bank online, you can stream in-ring shows like NXT, WWE 205 Live, and reruns of Raw and...
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Peacock nabs exclusive streaming rights to WWE Network in U.S.

STAMFORD, Conn. — World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) and NBC have announced that the streaming service Peacock will be the new exclusive home of the WWE Network in the United States. WWE, which in 2014 was one of the first companies to launch a streaming service, said that Peacock will stream...
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Corey Graves Responds To Fan Criticism Over WWE Network Moving To Peacock

NBCUniversal’s Peacock streaming service has now become the new official home for the WWE Network in the United States. WWE officially announced they signed a multi-year agreement with the service that will give Peacock the rights to stream exclusively in the U.S. The WWE Network on Peacock will officially launch on Thursday, March 18th with the first official pay per view being WWE Fastlane on March 21st.
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Nick Khan Reveals How The WWE Network/Peacock Deal Will Pay Off, More

During a recent interview with Bloomberg, WWE President Nick Khan commented on the WWE Network moving to the Peacock network, how it will pay off for WWE, and more. You can check out some highlights from the interview below:. On the move allowing them to gain new fans: “The challenge...
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