WWE Wrestlemania 35 News: Results, Review, Match Card, How To Stream

Prepare, once again, for a very long show.

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It's finally time for Wrestlemania 35, and if you're not in attendance, you can watch the show on the WWE Network. You can find out how to watch the event for free and on your console with our steaming guide; you don't need to be in attendance to catch all of the action live. And there is a lot to take in.

Each year, Wrestlemania is WWE's biggest event--the company considers the show its Super Bowl, and 2019 is no exception. The 35th edition of Mania will be held at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. The big show will kick off at 4 PM PT / 7 PM ET (12 AM BST on Monday, April 8), with a Kickoff Show starting two hours prior.

If you are looking to attend Wrestlemania 35, tickets are still available, including ringside seats, believe it or not. Prices are all over the place are sure to continue fluctuating. On the Ticketmaster site at the time of this writing, you've got an option in the $450 range--or up to over $7,000, if you've really got a lot of cash to blow.

The match card for the show is mostly finalized at this point, with more than a dozen matches, including two battle royals which will more than likely take place on the Kickoff Show. The women's battle royal has been confirmed, as was rumored; that makes a return from last year's event, where one took place at Wrestlemania for the first time ever. It's probably going to be a very long show, so make sure you have a very comfortable seat for the event.

Here is the collection of our biggest stories revolving around Wrestlemania for you to check out. We'll be updating these daily, so you'll want to come back. And make sure to head back to GameSpot on Sunday, April 7 for live coverage of the event and a review of the PPV.

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