The biggest wrestling event of the year, Wrestlemania 37 is almost here. And here’s how you can watch Wrestlemania 37, exclusively on Peacock.
For the second year in a row, the WWE has split Wrestlemania 37 into two nights. So it’ll take place on Saturday, April 10 and Sunday, April 11. It’s expected to be around three to four hours each night. Which makes Wrestlemania a lot easier to watch, then having it start at 6PM and last until almost 1AM, like it has in the past. It’s something that many fans hope WWE continues to do in the future.
Wrestlemania 37 will be the first WWE event in over a year to feature fans paying to be there. The WWE will have around 25,000 fans each night. That’s about 36% of the capacity of Raymond James Stadium, where the event is being held. Tickets are sold in pods, so that everyone is spread out nicely. Remember, with wrestling events, they can fit in a lot more people, since there are a lot of seats on the actual field.
When does Wrestlemania 37 start?
Both nights of Wrestlemania 37 will start at 8PM ET/5PM PT. And should conclude around 11PM ET/8PM PT or even earlier, as we saw with Wrestlemania 36.
That is much better than having a single seven hour long Wrestlemania, as we had before COVID.
And with Smackdown happening on Friday night and Raw on Monday, that’s four straight days of wrestling. Which is a dream for any wrestling fan out there. This Friday’s edition of Smackdown is being billed as a “Wrestlemania Edition” of Smackdown. With some big matches too, including a fatal four way for the Smackdown Tag Team Championship.
Wrestlemania 37 match card
As always, the card is subject to change. And since this is a two-day event, it’s possible that matches could be moved from one day to the other. Since Wrestlemania is going to be live this year, and not taped ahead of time like last year’s was. That also means no cinematic matches like the Undertaker vs AJ Styles last year.
- WWE Championship: Bobby Lashley (c) vs Drew McIntyre
- SmackDown Women’s Championship: Sasha Banks (c) vs Bianca Belair
- Bad Bunny and Damien Priest vs The Miz and John Morrison
- Cesaro vs Seth Collins
- Raw Tag Team Championship: The New Day (c) vs AJ Styles and Omos
- Steel Cage Match: Braun Strowman vs Shane McMahon
- Tag Team Turmoil: Naomi and Lana vs Mandy Rose and Dana Brooke vs The Riott Squad vs Natalya and Tamina
- Universal Championship: Roman Reigns (c) vs Edge vs Daniel Bryan
- Raw Women’s Championship: Asuka (c) vs Rhea Ripley
- The Fiend vs. Randy Orton
- Intercontinental Championship: Big E (c) vs Apollo Crews
- Kevin Owens vs Sami Zayn
- United States Championship: Riddle (c) vs Sheamus
- Tag Team Turmoil: Nia Jax and Shayna Baszler (c) vs Tag Team Turmoil winner
How to watch Wrestlemania 37
For the first time every, Wrestlemania will be streaming, and not on the WWE Network. At least in the US. The WWE and NBCUniversal entered into a deal to make Peacock the new home for WWE content, and that includes Wrestlemania 37. So if you want to watch the event, you’ll need to subscribe to Peacock.
You will need to subscribe to Peacock Premium, which is $5 per month. If you sign up before April 9, at this link, you can get the first four months of Peacock for $9.99 total, or $2.50 each month. Which makes this a really great deal, and much cheaper than the WWE Network was at $9.99 per month.
How to sign up for Peacock
To get started, head to Peacock’s website by clicking here.
Now put in your email and create a password (and confirm that password).
Then click “Create Account”.
Next you’ll be taken to the page to choose your plan. There’s Peacock, Peacock Premium and Peacock Premium Plus. We explain the plans here.
Then you’ll need to input your information for paying for Peacock. Don’t worry, you won’t be charged until after your seven-day free trial is up.
Then you’re all set.
You will be asked to select a few shows to help Peacock tailor its recommendations to your liking. But you can now start streaming your favorite shows and movies.