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WWE Unlocks WWE Network Library, Gives Fans Free Access to Past WrestleMania Events

Stephanie Sengwe

Like many other networks, the WWE is trying to make your time at home a bit more bearable. The wrestling company announced they’re unlocking their streaming service WWE Network and offering the vast library — including all past WrestleManias — for free.

Fans will get access to other major events such as every Royal Rumble, SummerSlam and Survivor Series as well as every NXT TakeOver and NXT UK TakeOver. Originals such as the “WWE 24” docu-series, “Broken Skull Sessions” with (Stone Cold) Steve Austin, “WWE Ruthless Aggression,” as well as its 20-episode predecessor “The Monday Night War,” are also available.

Additional content includes recent episodes of “Monday Night Raw” and “Friday Night SmackDown” and every episode of “WWE Untold” and “A Future WWE: The FCW Story.”

WWE joins Amazon Prime Video in dropping the paywall in order to provide entertainment as millions of people are forced to stay home. The streamer gave free access to content that was previously exclusive to Prime Video customers, including Amazon original series “Just Add Magic,” “Pete the Cat” and “If You Give a Mouse a Cookie.” Select seasons of PBS Kids shows such as “Arthur,” “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood,” “Odd Squad” and “Wild Kratts” are also available, and in Europe, third-party content includes “Peppa Pig” and “Ben & Holly’s Little Kingdom.”

In the U.S., select seasons of PBS shows have also been made available, including “Arthur” (season 10), “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood” (seasons 1-2), “Odd Squad” (seasons 1-3), “Cailou” (season 1), “Cyberchase” (season 1) and “Dinosaur Train” (seasons 1-2).

To access the free programming, users must sign up for an Amazon account, which is free. The entire collection can be found by visiting this link.