How to Watch Pro Wrestling Online Without Cable

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So you want to watch wrestling online without cable? You can now find online streaming services to see pro wrestling action without paying a hefty cable bill, with access to hundreds of additional channels with the right streaming service.

Scroll on to find out where you can watch wrestling online in the US.

Pro wrestling has long been on the cutting edge of broadcast technology. So it should be no surprise that fans are well-supported when they ditch cable for streaming media. Much wrestling content appears on standard channels like USA and TNT, which most streaming services offer.

But there is a recent wrinkle in the pro wrestling world. The WWE Network has suspended operations in the US. As a result, its content has been moved to Peacock TV, which is now probably the best service for wrestling fans.

Wrestling on FuboTV

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When it comes to professional wrestling, most streaming services offer at least some shows. But given that a fair amount shows on TNT, wrestling fans may want to stay away from FuboTV since it does not provide support for TNT or any of the other Turner channels.

That said, you can watch TNT with the Hulu + Live TV plan starting from $64.99 per month. YouTubeTV and AT&T’s Entertainment plan also have TNT, for $64.99 and $69.99. See the full list of live TV streaming services for more options.

Two services stand out when it comes to wrestling. The first is Sling TV ($30/mo), which provides access to pay-per-view events. Pro wrestling offers a lot of events in this format. Obviously, you will pay extra for these.

The other notable service is Peacock TV. Since WWE Network stopped operating in the US, its content has been moved to the service. Note that you will not get this with the free service. You will need a Premium plan, which allows you to stream all WWE pay-per-view events and shows. But at $4.99/mo, it’s hard to beat.

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What streaming service has wrestling?

If you want to watch pay-per-view wrestling online without cable, Sling TV may be a good choice. For wrestling shown on live TV channels, you’ll want a streaming service package that has TNT Network available, one like Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV, or AT&T’s Entertainment plan.

What channels is wrestling on?

Some TV channels that show wrestling include Sky Sports, WWE Network, USA Network, Paramount, and TNT. Wrestling is often shown as on-demand content on streaming services, or as a per-per-view option — live wrestling content on TV is difficult to catch with or without cable. UFC and boxing events are far more common and popular on live TV.

Does Hulu have wrestling?

As a Hulu + Live TV plan subscriber you have access to TNT Network. You can watch Wednesday Night Dynamite (AEW), also known as Dynamite on TNT, while you can also catch several WWE events on-demand with the basic Hulu plan for $5.99. If you add $6 to your monthly subscription, you can watch these WWE streams without ads.