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How to Stream and When to Watch WrestleMania 2023
Here’s our idiot-proof guide to enjoying the biggest WWE event of the year!
The WWE Universe is only 10 days away from WrestleMania 2023, and anticipation is reaching a fever pitch!
While we’re hoping at least one more match gets announced in the next few days (cough, Rey vs. Dominik, cough), nobody can deny the stacked lineup for Los Angeles on April 1 and 2. WWE has already announced that Roman Reigns vs. Cody Rhodes will headline Night 2, and judging by the particularly intense war of words between the two men on RAW, we’re predicting an all-time classic next weekend.
But as any fan already knows, the action doesn’t begin and end with the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship match. From Rhea Ripley and Asuka challenging Charlotte Flair and Bianca Belair for their respective women’s titles to Seth Rollins clashing with Logan Paul to KO and Sami Zayn colliding with the Usos — and so much more — we wouldn’t blame anybody in the WWE Universe if they wind up feeling exhausted. (You may as well already plan to call out of work the next Monday because there’s no way you’ll be productive.)
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When a match between Brock Lesnar and one of the most imposing giants in WWE history is overshadowed by the majority of the scheduled bouts on the card, you know it will be an amazing WrestleMania.
With all that being said, here’s how and when to watch WrestleMania 2023, live from the So-Fi Stadium in Los Angeles, California!
How to Watch WrestleMania 2023
Make no mistake: The best way to experience WrestleMania is live and in person. There’s just nothing like it on Earth. The lights, the sounds, the Superstar entrances, the WrestleMania moments, and the feeling of camaraderie between the WWE Universe collectively witnessing history are just a few hallmarks of attending an event of this magnitude. But, more so than watching on television, the audio experience of attending a WWE live event is second to none; the chants, the music, even counting along as the referee counts to three is entirely immersive and an absolute joy to be a part of.
Just imagine what it was like to be in New Orleans at WrestleMania XXX, for example:
Luckily, a quick trip over to Ticketmaster reveals there are still a few seats remaining for both nights of WrestleMania — and surprisingly, tickets can be found for as low as $50.
Honestly, that’s about as good a deal as we’ve seen for a WrestleMania in a long time. (Of course, you can also break the bank and spend thousands on seriously up-close-and-personal seats near ringside!)
Of course, we realize not every fan can make the trip to (surprisingly rain-soaked) southern California next weekend, so it’s essential to have a contingency plan in place ...
How to Watch WrestleMania 2023 If You Can’t Attend in Person
First, some housekeeping: Remember those friends you turned into WWE fans by inviting them to watch the Royal Rumble with you a few months back? Well, fire up the group chat and start making plans because, like the Rumble, WrestleMania is approximately a thousand times more enjoyable when watching it with friends and family.
So if you find yourself in front of a screen instead of in the friendly confines of So-Fi Stadium, don’t worry: WrestleMania 2023 will be streamed live on Peacock in the United States, which means you can experience both nights of action from the comfort of your couch, bed, carpet — or even on the go. All you need is a screen, some friends, and the ability to fire up Peacock at the perfect time…
When to Watch WrestleMania 2023
A few years ago, WWE realized it was doing the WWE Universe a disservice by presenting just one night of WrestleMania. Now that the event is firmly entrenched in a two-consecutive-days schedule, it gives fans worldwide even more unforgettable moments and classic matches between the best pro wrestlers on the planet.
This year, WrestleMania 2023 officially begins each night at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT exclusively on Peacock in the United States, with the official Kickoff Show airing on YouTube one hour before the event.
Including the Kickoff Show, we’re predicting close to 10 hours of WrestleMania — which, by our calculations, may not be enough time to get through all of the scheduled matches.
Catch up on all things WWE Universe on Peacock.