WWE Network now available on Xbox One (US only)
World Wrestling Entertainment has now launched its ground-breaking, limb-stretching WWE Network on the Xbox One, offering hours upon hours of current and historical spandex-grabbing to please all generations of fans (based, of course, on having a US residency.)
Microsoft’s next gen Xbox One console will now join Xbox 360, Sony PS3 and PS4, as well as Apple and Android devices in playing host to over 50 years’ worth of WWE video content, available to stream and watch live 24 hours a day through the dedicated WWE App.
Available content includes every Wrestlemania from the very first in 1984 up to the recent Wrestlemania XXX, with early clashes between legendary grapplers such as Hulk Hogan and Andre the Giant to the Ultimate Warrior and Macho Man Randy Savage and more recent tussles between modern icons such as The Rock and John Cena.
Bouts are up for streaming at any time and searchable by superstar or event name and this also includes a vast selection of WCW and ECW programmes and PPVs (Pay-Per-Views) – many of which have only now been released from the WWE vault.
As well as the classics, current PPVs will be aired live through the WWE Network on a monthly basis and original content such as NXT, Legends House and event pre-show and post-shows make the WWE Network a truly unique experience for all who smack down their $9.99 per month subscription – now available on Xbox One.
For more about the WWE App and WWE Network and its availability on your gadgets visit Network.WWE.com. We’re still waiting for news on its availability in the UK but we’re assured it will be breaking its international barriers, and probably some bones, before the end of 2014!