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Before you know it, WrestleMania Backlash will be streaming for the millions of WWE fans around the world tuning in to watch the best in-ring action the largest name in sports entertainment has to offer. Barely a month removed from the monumental and historic two-night WrestleMania 37, the upcoming WWE show will see several rematches from the Showcase of the Immortals as well as some recently ignited rivalries featuring returning stars and tag teams.
With not much time before the show kicks off at 7 p.m. E.T., Sunday, May 16 live from the WWE ThunderDome, let’s go ahead and get into how you can watch WrestleMania Backlash streaming, who is wrestling, and other details about what is traditionally one of the best shows of the year.
Where Is WrestleMania Backlash Streaming
If you are residing in the United States of America and you want to watch WrestleMania Backlash streaming Sunday evening, all you need to do go to the Peacock app or website around the start of the show and click on the WWE Network on Peacock hub, find the show’s title card, and click to start watching. I strongly recommend doing this ahead of time and then going about your pre-show business before things kick off at 7 p.m. E.T. Sunday.
Who Is Wrestling At WrestleMania Backlash
Now that you know when, where, and how you can watch WrestleMania Backlash streaming, you probably want to know who all is wrestling at the 2021 post-WrestleMania show.
Two of the major feuds from WrestleMania 37 will see the next chapter in their respective stories with a pair of high-profile rematches. First, WWE Champion Bobby Lashley will be defending his title against his WrestleMania opponent and former champion Drew McIntyre with Braun Strowman being added, making it a triple threat match. The Raw Women’s Championship rematch will also be a triple threat match as Rhea Ripley defends her belt against Asuka and a returning Charlotte Flair.
Bianca Belair, who was part of the historic WrestleMania 37 Night One main event, will put her SmackDown Women’s Championship on the line in a one-on-one match against former champion Bayley. Roman Reigns (new music and all) aims to prove he is the Head of the Table of SmackDown when he defends the Universal Championship in a one-on-one bout against Cesaro, who is becoming one of the most exciting stories in the company this year.
SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Dirty Dawgs (Dolph Ziggler and Robert Roode) will defend their straps against the father-son pairing of Rey Mysterio and Dominik Mysterio.
Other WWE Content Worth Checking Out On WWE Peacock On WWE
If you are trying to kill time with WWE Network on Peacock before WrestleMania Backlash kicks off Sunday night or maybe you’re looking for something to do once the show wraps up, there is a ton of great content to watch in the streaming service’s WWE hub. Whether you want to watch the biggest and baddest moments from Backlash’s history or great wrestling documentaries, there is plenty to keep you busy. I mean, you can even watch The Miz’s WWE 24 special and learn how the two-time WWE Champion made a name for himself not only in sports entertainment, but entertainment in general.
Well, there’s everything you need to know to watch WrestleMania Backlash streaming at 7 p.m. E.T., Sunday, May 16 on WWE Network on Peacock. And since you’re here, you might as well check out the new CinemaBlend 2021 Summer TV Schedule all the new and returning shows coming to your television and preferred streaming services.
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