If what the WWE is claiming regarding their upcoming WWE Network service is accurate, there is no better present for a pro wrestling fan — no ifs, ands or buts.
The service was a topic way back when in 2011, but due to the amount of programming that has to be put into it, they delayed it by two more years, ultimately planning the release on February 24 of this year. The wait almost finally over. Basically, this amazing new service will allows users to watch every single PPV, events from the archives, new reality TV shows and original programming on demand.
Here is the beautiful part: you get all of this for just $9.99 a month. That’s right folks, every single PPV (12 per year) is included in the low price.
The calculation during their live stream of the announcement on Wednesday night stated that purchasing every PPV in HD from Cable and Satellite providers costs a whopping $675 a year. With WWE Network, a yearly fee of $120 is all one needs to watch them all live and on demand. So, saving $555 a year is simply too sweet to miss out on.
Those of us with parents or relatives who watched pro wrestling from way back in the day will be even happier as footage from the golden days with the likes of Bruno Sammartino, Hulk Hogan, Ric Flair and more will be available. Apparently, there will be 1500 hours of video from back in the day. This is going to be amazing for the fans who have been there from day one.
Once February 24 arrives, the WWE will become even more popular and even more appreciated than ever before. This is truly a deal for the fans, so if there is nothing hidden, this will be the WWE’s best move ever in favor of their beloved followers.