Looking for a new sport to enjoy? Or maybe wrestling has already sparked your interest, and now you just need a way to tune in live. Either way, there are many wrestling leagues and events out there that promise a whole load of action, fierce competition and unforgettable smackdowns nearly every day of the week. And you don’t even need a cable subscription to start streaming. Interested? Keep reading to see how you can watch wrestling online.
Which wrestling matches can I stream?
Getting in on the action doesn’t mean you have to have cable. You can watch just about any wrestling event by paying for a subscription to a streaming service, like Hulu + Live TV, Sling TV or YouTube TV.
With so much wrestling action out there, it can be hard to know what to watch. Some of the most popular wrestling organizations include World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), All Elite Wrestling (AEW), NXT, Women of Wrestling, Ring of Honor, NCAA College Wrestling and World Championship Wrestling (WCW). Whether you prefer pro or college, men or women’s wrestling, there are plenty of ways to stream the action.
Live TV streaming services for wrestling
AT&T TV Now
AT&T TV Now is suitable for all budgets, with six plans on offer ranging from 44 to 125 channels. The cheapest subscription, PLUS, costs $65/mo. and comes with popular channels that carry wrestling, like AXS TV, ESPN and TNT. A more comprehensive (and expensive) plan might be a good choice if you’re in the market for a wide range of sports channels or would like extra entertainment options. AT&T TV Now’s most expensive plan costs $135/mo.
Both the PLUS and MAX packages offer a seven-day free trial and have HBO included as an extra perk. You can add channels such as Cinemax, EPIX, Showtime and Starz for an additional monthly fee. Plans come with 20 hours of cloud DVR storage, and you can keep recordings for up to 30 days.
You can stream across three screens at once. The service is compatible with Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Android, iOS and more.
Hulu + Live TV
Hulu + Live TV costs $54.99/mo. and includes access to ad-supported on-demand content. You can get rid of commercial interruptions by upgrading to the Hulu No Ad + Live TV plan for $60.99/mo. Just keep in mind that you’ll still see commercials during live TV broadcasts. The service offers several add-on channels such as Cinemax, HBO, Showtime and Starz for an additional monthly fee. Hulu + Live TV extends a free seven-day trial to new subscribers.
The plan provides access to 65 channels, including ESPN, FS1 and TNT, all of which feature tons of wresting. If you’d like to record an event and watch it later, you’ll have access to 50 hours of cloud DVR storage. Recordings are available for as long as you want, though if you run out of storage space, the service will delete the oldest recording. You can upgrade to 200 hours of cloud DVR storage for $9.99/mo. The unlimited simultaneous stream add-on will set you back $9.99/mo.
You can watch on two screens at the same time, and Hulu + Live TV is compatible with most popular devices — including Chromecast, iOS and Roku — so you shouldn’t have any trouble connecting. The service also has apps for smartphones and tablets.
Sling TV has three subscription plans, each of which has a different channel list. Sling Orange and Sling Blue each cost $30/mo. Sling Orange & Blue comes in at $45/mo. Sling Orange has more channels available, and that includes ESPN, but there are plenty of sports available on Sling Blue, too, including AXS TV. Regardless of which plan you choose, your first month is discounted by $10, but there’s no free trial.
Sling TV works on Android, Apple TV, iOS, Roku and Xbox One, so you can tune in from your game console. If you want to watch with friends or family members, the combined Sling Orange & Blue package offers four simultaneous connections — Sling Blue has three, and Sling Orange, one.
All plans feature 10 hours of cloud DVR storage, and recordings are kept for 30 days. If you want more storage, you can upgrade to 50 hours for $5/mo.
YouTube TV has one plan that costs $49.99/mo. There’s a seven-day free trial, so you can get started at no cost. You have access to more than 70 channels, so there are plenty of choices available when it comes to entertainment, sports and more. The service has several channels that frequently feature wrestling, such as ESPN, FS1, FS2 and TNT. Want more channels? You can always add options such as Acorn TV, EPIX, Showtime and Starz to your package.
YouTube TV is a good choice for anyone who needs lots of recording space. The service offers unlimited cloud DVR storage with recordings available for nine months.
YouTube TV’s plan comes with four simultaneous streams, which you can watch on Android, Amazon Fire TV, iOS, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and more. You can also create up to six user profiles per account — so everyone can have their own personal watchlist.
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Watching wrestling online is easy with any of these streaming services. Just pick a plan, sign up and start watching. If you want more entertainment and news with your package, make sure to pick a service that offers a wide range of channels and add-ons such as Hulu + Live TV. If you’re a fan of recording matchups so you can re-watch those nail-biting moments later, go for a service such as YouTube TV that offers high cloud DVR storage. Sling TV is a great budget option if all the channels you’re interested in watching are available on one plan.
Either way, you don’t have to pick just yet. All of these services make it easy for new subscribers to take a look around with either a free trial or some sort of discount — so you can give each of the options a try without breaking the bank. And don’t forget, these trials are also a great way to watch wrestling online for free.