How To Watch WrestleMania 39 Online And Live Stream WWE From Anywhere Tonight
Don't miss the Showcase of the Immortals!
How to watch WrestleMania 39
|When: Saturday, April 1, Sunday, April 2|
|Time: 7.30pm ET / 4.30pm PT / 12.30am BST|
|Stream: Peacock TV (US) | BT Sports Box Office (UK) | Binge (AU)|
|Watch anywhere: Stream from anywhere with ExpressVPN|
Watch WrestleMania 39: Roman Reigns vs Cody Rhodes and more
The first night of WrestleMania 39 is officially in the books, and according to pretty much everyone, it was awesome. Fans were treated to all-time classic matches including Charlotte Flair vs Rhea Ripley and Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens vs The Usos. Even beyond those stand-outs, it felt like every match overdelivered, and now fans are speculating this could be one of the best WrestleManias ever. That is, of course, if night two is able to deliver, as well.
Tonight, the second half of the card will stream live from SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles, California. Night's one's reported attendance was over 80,000, and there's no reason to think this evening won't at least match that. Fortunately, if you don't have tickets, you can still watch along the fantastic WrestleMania 39 card at home.
This evening will see Roman Reigns and Cody Rhodes square off in the main event. Other matches will include Gunther, Sheamus and Drew McIntyre in a triple threat tilt for The Intercontinental Championship, and Asuka and Bianca Belair, the latter of whom told us in an exclusive interview she's shooting to have the best match on the card.
If you're looking to watch WrestleMania 39 online, whether you’re in the United States or traveling abroad during the “Showcase of the Immortals,” here's your guide on how to do it. Let’s break it down…
Watch WrestleMania 39 online in the US
Peacock TV holds the exclusive rights to tune into the biggest events in the WWE calendar in the US, including WrestleMania 39.
You'll require a Peacock subscription, which costs $4.99 a month. If you are happy to pay more to avoid commercials, Premium Plus starts from $9.99 a month.
While there is no Peacock free trial (and hasn't been for some time) you can save 17% when signing up to its annual plans ($49.99 or $99.99 a year respectively).
Stream WrestleMania 39 Night One on Peacock.
Stream WrestleMania 39 Night Two on Peacock.
How to watch WrestleMania 39 from anywhere
If you're a US citizen on vacation or working overseas, you can still tune in and live stream WrestleMania 39 just as you would at home.
While Peacock TV is blocks access from IP addresses outside of the US, there's a handy piece of software called a VPN which can change your IP address to make it look like you're accessing streaming services from any country in the world.
For example, US citizens vacationing in Canada can subscribe to a VPN, join a US based server and tune into WrestleMania 39 on Peacock from anywhere in the world, just like you would back home.
Watch WrestleMania 39 as if you were at home with a VPN
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Step-by-step of using a VPN to unblock:
1. Choose a VPN and install it - our go-to recommendation is ExpressVPN
2. Connect to a server - for Peacock TV, for example, you'll want to connect to a server based in the US
3. Go to the live stream you wish to access - for WrestleMania 39, head to Peacock TV
Watch WrestleMania 39 in the UK
To tune in and watch WrestleMania 39 through BT Sport Box Office, you'll need to pay £19.95. Alternatively, you can also sign up to the WWE Network in the UK, which costs $9.99 a month.
Watch WrestleMania 39 in Canada
It's the same story for those in Canada. WrestleMania 39 will be available to stream with a subscription to the WWE Network, though you'll be able to watch it through linear TV as a part of your cable package. That said, a PPV fee is likely to apply.
How to watch WrestleMania 39 in Australia
For the first time ever, you can watch WrestleMania 39 Down Under through streaming service Binge as a PPV event. This follows WWE Network's merge with the Foxtel owned platform.
Binge comes with a 14-day free trial, thereafter costing from $10 a month. You can opt to pay more to get more screens under one subscription.
WrestleMania 39 card
Saturday, April 1 - Night 1
- Austin Theory defeated John Cena to retain the WWE United States Championship
- The Streets Profits (Angelo Dawkins and Montez Ford) defeated Braun Strowman and Ricohet, Alpha Academy (Chad Gable and Otis) and The Viking Raiders (Erik and Ivar) (with Valhalla) in the Men's WrestleMania Showcase Fatal Four-Way Tag Team Match
- Trish Stratus, Lita and Becky Lynch defeated Damage CTRL (Bayley, Dakota Kai, and Iyo Sky)
- Seth "Freakin'" Rollins defeated Logan Paul
- Rey Mysterio defeated Dominik Mysterio
- Rhea Ripley defeated Charlotte Flair to win the WWE SmackDown Women's Championship
- Pat McAfee (with George Kittle) defeated The Miz in an impromptu match
- Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn defeated The Usos (Jey Uso and Jimmy Uso) to win the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championship
Sunday, April 2 - Night 2
- Brock Lesnar defeated Omos (with MVP)
- Ronda Rousey and Shayna Baszler defeated Liv Morgan and Raquel Rodrigquez, Natalya and Shotzi and Chelsea Green and Sonya Deville in the Women's WrestleMania Showcase Four-Way Tag Team Match
- Gunther defeated Sheamus and Drew McInytre to retain the WWE Intercontinental Championship
- Bianca Belair defeated Asuka to retain the WWE Raw Women's Championship
- Snoop Dogg (with Shane McMahon) defeated The Miz in an impromptu match
- Edge defeated "The Demon" Finn Bálor in Hell in a Cell
- Roman Reigns (with Paul Heyman) defeated Cody Rhodes to retain the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship
What were the results of WrestleMania 39 Night One?
What a first night of action we got! Every single match during the first night delivered, and we also got some big surprises.
In the opener, Austin Theory defeated John Cena, but he did not get a clean victory. There was a ref bump and a missed tap-out. The crowd was very behind the longtime Face Of WWE, but sadly, it wasn't enough.
The Street Profits won the men's showcase Fatal 4-Way match that was significantly better than it had any right to be. The crowd was very into the whole thing, and each team got its moments to shine. Big spots included Chad Gable doing a rolling suplex to Braun Strowman, Angelo Dawkins tackling Braun Strowman during the Strowman Express and Braun Strowman with a splash off the top ropes. Yeah, there was a lot of Braun Strowman, but we also got top rope magic from Ivar, Ricochet and Montez Ford, as well as some great comedic Otis work.
Seth Freakin' Rollins defeated Logan Paul in a terrific match that the crowd was also super into. The big takeaway for most fans will no doubt be Paul's accidental frog splash of KSI who was dressed as a giant Prime Energy drink, but the technical quality on the wrestling was also really good.
Becky Lynch, Lita and Trish Stratus took down Damage CTRL in another really well put together match that allowed all three women to shine. There was some great heel work from Bayley in antagonizing the crowd and good bigger spots from Dakota and Iyo, but ultimately, this felt like a reason to cheer for Trish and Lita, which the crowd loved, as both women were able to perform signature moves.
Rey Mysterio finally got vengeance on his villainous son Dominik in a really fun match. Dom came to the ring with a police escort. Rey was driven by Snoop Dogg, and the match had a ton of fun spots, between Dom throwing a drink on his family and getting slapped by his mom to Rey pulling out a belt and spanking his son.
Rhea Ripley and Charlotte Flair delivered an instant WrestleMania classic that'll be remembered for decades to come. The women went to absolute war with each other, and the crowd eventually started rooting very hard for Rhea, who took the victory after a vicious Riptide off the top ropes.
We also got a surprise, unannounced match from The Miz and Pat McAfee. It was basically just a squash to get a fun surprise appearance from McAfee after Snoop Dogg goaded The Miz into offering an open challenge. NFL standout George Kittle also got involved in a fun spot and helped McAfee quickly pick up the win.
And finally Sami Zayn, Kevin Owens and The Usos delivered a perfect next chapter to their rivalry. They went almost twenty-five minutes and the crowd ate up every single second of it. Zayn and Owens ultimately ended the nearly two year long reign of The Usos and sent SoFi Stadium home really happy in a fish that got a tremendous pop from the crowd.
What were the results of WrestleMania 39 Night Two?
After the historic Night One, WrestleMania 39 continued with the hard-hitting action Sunday night with a massive opening match: Brock Lesnar vs. Omos. Though the Nigerian Giant had about a foot on the Beast Incarnate, it just wasn't enough to stop future WWE Hall of Famer from earning a quick and decisive victory in one of the shortest contests of the two-night event.
Next up was the Women's WrestleMania Showcase Fatal Four-Way that saw Ronda Rousey and Shayna Baszler defeat Liv Morgan and Raquel Rodriguez, Natalya and Shotzi, and Chelsea Green and Sonya Deville in a fun and chaotic match. Much like the Men's WrestleMania Showcase the night before, the women's contest featured some big spots and a tremendous amount of back-and-forth before Rousey and Baszler brought home the victory.
Intercontinental Champion Gunther defeated Sheamus and Drew McIntyre in what could be the best match of WrestleMania 39. By the end of this 16-minute instant classic, each of the three competitors looked better than they did going into the match, despite their chests looking like a package of Steak-umm after taking multiple chops throughout. These three could fight forever and we'd totally be fine with it.
Though Bianca Belair's Raw Women's Championship defense against Asuka didn't receive nearly as much attention as it deserved heading into WrestleMania 39, the EST of WWE put on an absolute clinic against the Empress of Tomorrow in this incredibly physical bout. With her victory (which came after an incredible reversal into her K.O.D. finish), Belair became 3-0 on the "Grandest Stage of Them All."
Next up was one of the strangest moments of the two-night extravaganza that was WrestleMania 39. Similar to the night before, The Miz was thrown into an impromptu match against a returning Shane McMahon, or at least that was the plan. After entering the ring, Shane O'Mac suffered some kind of leg injury and couldn't compete. But luckily Snoop Dogg was in the ring and quickly defeated the WrestleMania host in one of the best improvised moments in recent wrestling history.
The penultimate match of the night saw Edge take on Finn Balor and his Demon in a brutal Hell in a Cell match that turned their bad blood into bloodshed. Partway through through the match, Edge busted Balor's head open with a steel ladder, which brought in the medical team in an attempt to close the wound. Taking advantage of the situation, Edge overpowered the leader of The Judgment Day and finished him off with a brutal chair-shot to the head.
And then there was Undisputed WWE Universal Championship match in the WrestleMania 39 main event that saw Roman Reigns successfully defend his titles against Cody Rhodes. Arguably the best contest on the card, this match had everything from run-ins by The Bloodline, as well as Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens, near-falls, incredible reversals, and a finish that further cemented Reigns legacy in his seventh WrestleMania main event.
Now that you know where and how to watch WrestleMania 39 streaming, all there is to do is get ready for the second night of the sports entertainment extravaganza that wrestling fans will surely be talking about for some time. But if you want to know what the wrestling promotion has in store following the big showdown in Hollywood, take a look at our schedule of all upcoming WWE premium live events.
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