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WWE Wrestlemania 37: How To Watch On Peacock, Match Card, Predictions, And More

Here is everything you need to know about the biggest WWE PPV of the year, Wrestlemania 37, which you can only watch on Peacock.


Wrestlemania 37 is finally here, airing today and April 11 on Peacock--and GameSpot is covering Night 1 live. Main eventing Night 1 will be Sasha Banks vs Royal Rumble winner Bianca Belair for the Smackdown Women's Championship. The card for the entire show is pretty stacked, so check out everything you need to know--from how to watch to our predictions--below. Of course, for more predictions, thoughts, and looks back on the world of professional wrestling, you should make sure to check out GameSpot's wrestling podcast, Wrestle Buddies.

In the past, all you would have to do is sign up for the WWE Network, WWE's streaming service with a huge back catalog. However, that service had been sunset in the United States, so you'll have to sign up for Peacock. For those outside of the US, don't worry, as the WWE Network will be functioning as normal for you.

Peacock will be the new home to WWE content for now in the US, with classic episodes of Raw, Smackdown, and NXT available to watch on demand. Additionally, Peacock will live stream major events and you can check out the backlog of WWE PPVs, original content, and plenty of other things that were available on the WWE Network. Most importantly, it's where you go to watch WWE PPVs now.

In order to watch WWE PPVs on Peacock, you'll need a Premium or Premium Plus account, which costs money. A Premium account is ad-supported but only costs $5 a month, and a Premium Plus account has no ads--there's some small exceptions to that rule though--and costs $10 a month. Peacock also has original series and like other services, as a catalog of movies and TV shows. However, Peacock also will be live streaming the Tokyo Olympics this summer, which is a big plus for fans.

As for Wrestlemania 37, from the highly-anticipated Sasha Banks vs. Bianca Belair bout for the Smackdown Women's Championship to what's bound to be another barnburner between Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens, Wrestlemania 37 is bound to have something for everyone. This years event will take place in Tampa, Florida at Raymond James Stadium. This will be the first WWE event in a year that will allow people to attend in-person. And you can still buy tickets if you want to go.

If you can't or won't attend the live event, you'll probably want to watch from the safety and comfort of your own couch. If you live in the United States or Australia, Wrestlemania airs at a reasonable hour. If you live in the UK, we're very sorry if you want to watch live because it's going to be two long mornings for you. Check out some global start times below.

Start time on April 10 and 11:

  • 5 PM PT
  • 7 PM CT
  • 8 PM ET
  • 1 AM BST (April 11, 12)
  • 10 AM AEST (April 11, 12)

Of course, these start times are for the main card. Typically, WWE has a Kickoff Show--which has been two hours long in the past for Wrestlemania--that airs on Twitter and YouTube for free. This year's Kickoff Show will be one hour long on each night, as detailed in this week's WWE Wrestlemania schedule.

Wrestlemania 37 match card:

The Wrestlemania 37 card is already pretty stacked, with 14 matches already booked. At the time of this writing, the Smackdown Tag Team Championship match has not been booked and it's unclear if it will appear on the show at all. Additionally, it would be great to see some NXT titles celebrated at this event, but that doesn't look like it's in the cards. Here is what is booked for the show so far.

Night 1:

  • Bobby Lashley (c) vs. Drew McIntyre - WWE Championship
  • Sasha Banks (c) vs. Bianca Belair - Smackdown Women's Championship
  • Bad Bunny & Damian Priest vs. The Miz & John Morrison
  • Cesaro vs. Seth Rollins
  • Naomi & Lana vs. Mandy Rose & Dana Brooke vs. The Riott Squad vs. Natalya & Tamina - Tag Team Turmoil
  • The New Day (c) vs. AJ Styles & Omos - Raw Tag Team Championship
  • Braun Strowman vs. Shane McMahon (Steel Cage Match)

Night 2:

  • Roman Reigns (c) vs. Edge vs. Daniel Bryan - Triple Threat for Universal Championship
  • The Fiend vs. Randy Orton
  • Asuka (c) vs. Rhea Ripley - Raw Women's Championship
  • Matt Riddle (c) vs. Sheamus - United States Championship
  • Big E (c) vs. Apollo Crews - Intercontinental Championship
  • Kevin Owens vs. Sami Zayn
  • Tag Team Turmoil winners vs. Nia Jax & Shayna Baszler - Women's Tag Team Championship

No night assigned yet:

  • The New Day (c) vs. AJ Styles & Omos - Raw Tag Team Championship
  • Braun Strowman vs. Shane McMahon (Steel Cage Match)


Who will win? Who will lose? These are two questions people are probably asking about Wrestlemania. GameSpot's wrestling podcast Wrestle Buddies has some predictions for you, in audio form, which you can check out below. Additionally, you can enjoy another recent episode of the podcast where we spoke with WWE's Xavier Woods about his Wrestlemania match.

Of course, make sure to come back to GameSpot in the upcoming weeks for interviews with WWE wrestlers, more Wrestlemania podcasts, and live coverage and a review of the PPV on April 10 and 11.

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