While "real" sport has shut down around the world, it takes more than a coronavirus to take down the Teflon world of WWE. Vince McMahon's company has continued their hectic schedule behind closed doors in recent weeks. Having been forced to cancel their Wrestlemania stadium show in Tampa, Florida, they will instead host the even over two nights in an empty arena in a couple of weeks.
As part of their promotion for Wrestlemania, there is great news for current and lapsed wrestling fans as the company have announced that from today, they have unlocked huge portions of their WWE Network library, and it's totally free.
All you have to do is go to watch.wwe.com and create an account for free. From there, you can access every Wrestlemania ever, as well as Royal Rumbles, Summerslams and tonnes of other events. It also includes a host of Network only shows, documentaries, recent episodes of Raw and Smackdown and lots more.
Wrestlemania 36 will take place on the 4th and 5th of April and is only available to WWE Network subscribers. Irish world champion Becky Lynch will defend her title against Shayna Baszler.
The card is also packed with plenty of acts for the nostalgia crowd with Goldberg defending the Universal Championship against Roman Reigns, Brock Lesnar defending the WWE title against Drew McIntyre, The Undertaker in action against AJ Styles, John Cena returning to take on Bray Wyatt, and even an old school match between Edge, who's been retired for ten years, and Randy Orton.