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WWE Fastlane and Wrestlemania Free on the WWE Network

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If you sign up for the WWE Network starting today you get Fastlane and Wrestlemania free as part of your WWE Network Trial. If continued it's £9.99 after the first month. Wrestlemania with Sky Box Off… Read More
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3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago
If you sign up for the WWE Network starting today you get Fastlane and Wrestlemania free as part of your WWE Network Trial. If continued it's £9.99 after the first month. Wrestlemania with Sky Box Office is over 20£ I guess so this is a saving if you were already considering it!
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Gawd, remember the days when the main events were just included as part of your Sky subscription. Then CH4 came in, bought 4 and provided them completely free. Only to drop them, giving Sky the opportunity to charge for those 4 events CH4 stole. Then, soon enough, every event you had to pay for. Remember the good times.
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Istanbul_Kop
Gawd, remember the days when the main events were just included as part of your Sky subscription. Then CH4 came in, bought 4 and provided them completely free. Only to drop them, giving Sky the opportunity to charge for those 4 events CH4 stole. Then, soon enough, every event you had to pay for. Remember the good times.

There was a flashing incident on one of the PPVs on C4 and they didn't even take WWF up on the last one they'd paid for, quickly binned. Google further with caution.
#3
awesome, recommend the Stone Cold podcasts highly.
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The first PPV on channel 4 was Royal Rumble 2000 - it was a really good ppv at the time. But like someone said earlier - Mae Young flashed 'fake boobs' at the audience - which normally would be ok but Mae Young was 60 odd at the time. The paired with HHH vs Cactus Jack which was a brilliant but ultra violent match - Cactus Jack took a face bump on to thumb tacks.

Though the event was viewed as great by wrestling fans, channel 4 supposedly had 'never watched' a WWE product - which during the attitude era was outrageous in every way - the violence and sexual imagery were normal place - which was why it was killing it in the ratings. However, channel 4 were so offended by the content they wanted it gone asap. The following PPV wasn't broadcast live, so channel 4 could edit the blood or swearing - at 1.50am!!! Later, Sky box office bought the rights back from channel 4 and therefore begun charging for those additional events.

I understand the comment about content being 'free' but the network is good value for £10 a month - the only real disappointing issue is that it doesn't have RAW or SMACKDOWN - the weekly shows - I've subscribed to sky sports this year as it was at a very reduced rate, £42 for everything and 2 multi-view boxes, but I don't see myself doing it again once the price increases.
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jasonwood999
The first PPV on channel 4 was Royal Rumble 2000 - it was a really good ppv at the time. But like someone said earlier - Mae Young flashed 'fake boobs' at the audience - which normally would be ok but Mae Young was 60 odd at the time. The paired with HHH vs Cactus Jack which was a brilliant but ultra violent match - Cactus Jack took a face bump on to thumb tacks.
Though the event was viewed as great by wrestling fans, channel 4 supposedly had 'never watched' a WWE product - which during the attitude era was outrageous in every way - the violence and sexual imagery were normal place - which was why it was killing it in the ratings. However, channel 4 were so offended by the content they wanted it gone asap. The following PPV wasn't broadcast live, so channel 4 could edit the blood or swearing - at 1.50am!!! Later, Sky box office bought the rights back from channel 4 and therefore begun charging for those additional events.
I understand the comment about content being 'free' but the network is good value for £10 a month - the only real disappointing issue is that it doesn't have RAW or SMACKDOWN - the weekly shows - I've subscribed to sky sports this year as it was at a very reduced rate, £42 for everything and 2 multi-view boxes, but I don't see myself doing it again once the price increases.

That was really interesting! I wasn't aware of that.. Will go home and watch the PPV this evening.
#6
c4 also had adverts on the ppv and missed various parts.
#7
jasonwood999
The first PPV on channel 4 was Royal Rumble 2000 - it was a really good ppv at the time. But like someone said earlier - Mae Young flashed 'fake boobs' at the audience - which normally would be ok but Mae Young was 60 odd at the time. The paired with HHH vs Cactus Jack which was a brilliant but ultra violent match - Cactus Jack took a face bump on to thumb tacks.
Though the event was viewed as great by wrestling fans, channel 4 supposedly had 'never watched' a WWE product - which during the attitude era was outrageous in every way - the violence and sexual imagery were normal place - which was why it was killing it in the ratings. However, channel 4 were so offended by the content they wanted it gone asap. The following PPV wasn't broadcast live, so channel 4 could edit the blood or swearing - at 1.50am!!! Later, Sky box office bought the rights back from channel 4 and therefore begun charging for those additional events.
I understand the comment about content being 'free' but the network is good value for £10 a month - the only real disappointing issue is that it doesn't have RAW or SMACKDOWN - the weekly shows - I've subscribed to sky sports this year as it was at a very reduced rate, £42 for everything and 2 multi-view boxes, but I don't see myself doing it again once the price increases.
If you don't care for watching RAW and SD live at 1am every Tuesday and Wednesday, go on watchwrestling.uno to stream it later in the morning (using their DailyMotion links)
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vinit9
jasonwood999
The first PPV on channel 4 was Royal Rumble 2000 - it was a really good ppv at the time. But like someone said earlier - Mae Young flashed 'fake boobs' at the audience - which normally would be ok but Mae Young was 60 odd at the time. The paired with HHH vs Cactus Jack which was a brilliant but ultra violent match - Cactus Jack took a face bump on to thumb tacks.
Though the event was viewed as great by wrestling fans, channel 4 supposedly had 'never watched' a WWE product - which during the attitude era was outrageous in every way - the violence and sexual imagery were normal place - which was why it was killing it in the ratings. However, channel 4 were so offended by the content they wanted it gone asap. The following PPV wasn't broadcast live, so channel 4 could edit the blood or swearing - at 1.50am!!! Later, Sky box office bought the rights back from channel 4 and therefore begun charging for those additional events.
I understand the comment about content being 'free' but the network is good value for £10 a month - the only real disappointing issue is that it doesn't have RAW or SMACKDOWN - the weekly shows - I've subscribed to sky sports this year as it was at a very reduced rate, £42 for everything and 2 multi-view boxes, but I don't see myself doing it again once the price increases.
That was really interesting! I wasn't aware of that.. Will go home and watch the PPV this evening.
HHH vs Cactus Jack definitely go and watch that, one of the most brutal matches you'll ever see on the WWF/E
#9
I remember when WWE(F) was shown for free as part of your free sky subscription. The 4 PPVs were shown on Sky Movies and Eurosport showed the flagship prime time wrestling show. Well before the days of sky subs.
#10
The PPVs were on Sky Movies? Well I can't remember that. Nor did I know that Euro sport used to play them.

My earliest memory was of a friends who had a vhs recording of Wrestlemaina 8 - I'd bought videos before but this was the first time I'd watched something someone had recorded. After that it was a few years and my mums friend recorded me SummerSlam 1992 in Wembley - The Bulldog vs Bret Hart - it's still a really good wrestling match even now.

If brutality is your thing - You have Bret vs Austin at WM 13, Undertaker vs Mankind at King of the Ring 1998, and Mankind vs The Rock at Royal Rumble 1999.

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