How to watch WWE SmackDown and Raw for FREE – TV channel, live stream, UK start time, Sky or BT Sport?

WWE fans in the UK can soak up all of the very best pro wrestling action each week

WWE Wrestlemania 34

WWE fans around the world have plenty to enjoy and look forward to in 2019 with SmackDown and Raw set to provide plenty of drama.

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The weekly shows will be staged around the world and feature the hottest superstars in gripping storylines.

Wrestlemania 35 set up plenty of storylines going forward in 2019 as Seth Rollins defeated Brock Lesnar to secure the WWE Universal Championship belt.

Several other high profile clashes will be explored in WWE SmackDown and Raw episodes in the coming months.

RadioTimes.com has rounded up everything you need to know about how to watch WWE in the UK

When will WWE be shown on BT Sport?

According to The Telegraph, WWE has struck a deal with BT Sport for the next round of TV broadcasting rights, ending Sky Sports’ long affiliation with the company.

Details of the deal are yet to be confirmed by BT Sport but it is understood that Sky’s existing contract will come to an end this year and WWE will shift channels.

How to watch WWE Late Night Raw

WWE Late Night Raw is broadcast at 1:00am in the early hours of every Tuesday morning.

It is shown on Sky Sports Arena and Main Event though non-Sky customers can enjoy the action live on NOW TV.

How to watch WWE Late Night SmackDown

WWE Late Night SmackDown is broadcast at 1:00am in the early hours of every Wednesday morning.

It is shown on Sky Sports Arena and Main Event though non-Sky customers can enjoy the action live on NOW TV.

How to watch WWE for free

WWE events will be available to stream live on WWE Network.

New customers can sign up for a one-month free trial which can be cancelled at any time.

Previous or existing customers can subscribe to WWE Network for just £9.99 a month.

WWE PPV events in 2019

June 7th: Super ShowDown

WWE Super Showdown 2019: Watch for FREE, UK start time, card details

June 23: Stomping Grounds

July 14th: Extreme Rules

August 11th: SummerSlam

September 15th: Hell in a Cell

October 6th: Clash of Champions

November 24th: Survivor Series

December 15th: TLC: Tables, Ladders, Chairs

WWE PPV events in 2020

More confirmed dates to be added

January 26th: Royal Rumble

April 5th: Wrestlemania 36


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