We all have our childhood memories tied with the WWE. WWE is one of the biggest platforms in the history of entertainment. We should thank Jess McMahon and Toots Mondt representing Capitol Wrestling, along with the visionary Vince McMahon for our memorable childhood.
Beware! Geo-restriction may come to haunt you as it does at events like this – or it already has. WWE Network is inaccessible to those who live outside the US. Best recommendation in this regard is to use a VPN.
WWE was found on January 7th, 1952 and is still alive and kicking till today. WWE events are one of the most watched shows around the globe. WrestleMania is the legend itself that breaks records every year on pay-per-view. If you can recall the magical moments from the WWE history while reading this post – your childhood was awesome. These amazing memories are the reason we used to Choke Slamed, Tomb Stoned, Rock Bottomed and RKOed our siblings. Ironically, I enjoyed each and every moment except for the one when my cousin countered and hit me with a Stunner.
We grew up watching legends like Hulk Hogan, Ultimate Warrior, The Undertaker, Lex Luger, Razor Ramon, Bret Hart, The Snake, Goldberg, Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Rock, Mick Foley, Big Show, HBK – Shawn Michaels, The Game – Triple H, Chris Jericho, Eddie Guerrero, Chris Benoit, Jeff Hardy, Edge, John Cena and Randy Orton battle in the arena – for this I would like to thank WWE from the bottom of my heart. Here is a glimpse to refresh the memories from past and WWE’s Attitude Era.
We all have our emotional ties with WWE’s magical moments. However, my emotions went too extreme for the brothers’ feud. I think you know what I am talking about. Yes! I am talking about HBK – Shawn Michael and The Game – Triple H’s hell in a cell match. It was all about rage, vengeance and payback. It took us all down the road to memory lane of crooked, twisted and soar; yet, unforgettable relationships.
Unfortunately, not everyone gets to cherish these moments. There are Netizens living in geographically scattered areas around the globe that are deprived from accessing WWE’s content due to geo-restrictions.
On Monday, 24th of February, WWE Network was launched. For those who don’t know, WWE Network is World Wrestling Entertainment’s very own streaming network. Sounds too good to be true – isn’t it? So, this goes to all the wrestling fans out there and every individual who is proud to be a part of WWE Universe since decades, we now have 24/7 streaming network – dedicated to WWE.
WWE Network will feature 12 live pay-per-view events including Wrestle Mania – where legends battle on the grandest stage of them all. Speaking of which, I was thinking if Brock Lesnar would be able to end The Undertaker’s streak this time at Wrestle Mania. Many had come, challenged and lost to the Dead Man.
This makes me wonder if Brock Lesnar has what it takes to beat The Phenom but then again WWE Superstar HBK – Shawn Michaels says: “No Superstar brings the pain like Brock Lesnar, whose brutality in and out of the ring knows no bounds”. You will be able to access live matches, WWE classics (matches from the past), reality shows and documentaries all at WWE Network. In short, this is the much awaited complete entertainment package having all we need of WWE.
A VPN is a technology that allows you to bypass all possible geo-restrictions. At a minimal price to pay, VPN promotes online liberty and freedom by letting you breakthrough the restraining impediments. Be a part of WWE Network without any hassle – just equip your device with a reliable VPN.
The use of a VPN can’t be confined to the WWE fans living outside the United States only. It can facilitate the needs of US natives as well. Those who are worried to catch up with WWE’s main events – don’t be. With a VPN, you can stay connected to the WWE Universe anytime, anywhere and from any corner of the world.
WWE Network was launched in the US on 24th February, 2014. I have a bad news for the natives of the UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and Hong Kong along with Nordics. You guys will have to wait till the end of the year probably to witness the awesomeness of WWE Network. Don’t like to wait? Not a problem. Install a VPN on your device and simply mask your real IP with the one representing the US. This will enable you to access WWE Network without any hassle.
You must be wondering about the devices that can be used to access WWE Network. Let me guide you for that. Accessing WWE Network is as simple as accessing Netflix. There are number of devices that you can use such as your Desktop, Smartphone (iOS or Android supported), Kindle Fire, Roku, PlayStation 3&4 and with Xbox360 etc.
WWE Network is the chance to stay connected to the WWE Universe on-the-go. You can access WWE Network from different devices as per your convenience. Furthermore, WWE Network allows you to relive the memories of your childhood – the moments of awesomeness. However, WWE Network is currently launched in the United States.
WWE Network’s launch in UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and Hong Kong along with Nordics is lined-up by the end of 2014 or maybe start of 2015. However, you don’t need to worry about that. With a VPN, you can access WWE Network right now. The benefits of a VPN aren’t confined to the aforementioned localities. Anyone from any corner of this digital universe is capable of accessing WWE Network – simply by using a VPN.
Here is the list of programs that you can view on WWE Network:
12 current pay-per-view events including WrestleMania
Live 30-minute pay-per-view events (pre and post-shows)
Monday Night War
WWE Legends House (Releasing this April)
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