WrestleMania Is WWE Fans Biggest Night Of The Year
WWE fans are a passionate bunch. They tend to be a bit…intense when it comes to their favorite wrestlers and storylines. And they can get pretty damn vocal when WWE makes a booking decision they don’t agree with. But one thing they can all agree on is that WrestleMania is the single most important event in WWE’s calendar year. It’s the Super Bowl of wrestling, and everything else is just a build-up to that one big show.
Relive the best #WrestleMania matches featuring @steveaustinBSR, @RandyOrton, @JohnCena and more. https://t.co/NTOqaZlxRw
— WWE (@WWE) April 2, 2022
The one night a year, well now it’s two nights where you can watch grown adults men and women ragdoll each other is finally here! Get your excuses ready, because it’s time for WrestleMania 38. You deserve this break after all those hours of work so don’t be shy – find yourself a large TV and park your ass on the couch with an ice-cold beverage as these guys go head-to-head in what will most likely be four straight hours x 2 worth of complete suspension of belief viewing pleasure.
How To Watch WrestleMania 38?
Peacock is the best option if you want to watch this year’s Wrestlemania. You can still buy through traditional pay per view for $59, but it literally makes no sense when there are cheaper options available like committing just $5 monthly and there’s a good chance you already subscribe.
WrestleMania begins on Saturday, April 2, and finishes Sunday, April 3. Both nights begin at 8 p.m. ET, with the pre-show (which has matches on it) starting at 7 p.m. ET.
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