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https://www.yahoo.com/entertainment/pea****-becomes-exclusive-streaming-destination-142255526.html

 

Pea**** becomes the exclusive streaming destination for the WWE Network

 
 
Nick Romano
Mon, January 25, 2021, 9:22 AM
 

Pea**** has just pulled off a streaming smackdown. The platform from NBCUniversal has become the exclusive streaming home for the WWE Network, including all live pay-per-view events, original series, in-ring shows, and documentaries.

This new multi-year deal, announced Monday, will see Pea**** launch WWE Network content beginning March 18 with more than 17,000 hours of new, original, and library WWE Network programming on demand and on a 24/7 channel. The deal, according to the Wall Street Journal, runs for five years and reportedly cost upwards of $1 billion.

 

Fastlane will now be the first WWE pay-per-view event to stream on Pea**** on Sunday, March 21. Other programming coming to hub are original series like Steve Austin Broken Skull Sessions, Undertaker: The Last Ride, and WWE Icons; in-ring shows like NXT, NXT UK, and WWE 205 Live; replays of Raw and SmackDown; every WWE, WCW, and ECW pay-per-view event in history; and documentaries WWE 24, WWE Untold, and WWE 365. The partnership will also begin releasing one signature documentary per year starting in 2022.

 

WWE Network subscribers will be migrated over to Pea**** Premium accounts where they will pay 50 percent less for access to both platforms. It's a difference of $9.99 per month for just WWE Network versus $4.99 a month for both WWE Network and Pea****.

"NBCUniversal has a long-standing relationship with WWE that began nearly 30 years ago with Monday Night Raw on USA. WWE has always tapped into the cultural zeitgeist with spectacular live events and larger-than-life characters, and we are thrilled to be the exclusive home for WWE Network and its millions of fans across the country," Rick Cordella, Executive Vice President and Chief Revenue Officer at Pea****, said in a statement. "WWE Network is a transformative addition to the platform and complements Pea****'s massive catalog of iconic movies and shows, as well as the best live news and sports, from NBCUniversal and beyond."

 

 

https://www.cagesideseats.com/wwe/2021/1/25/22248367/wwe-network-moving-pea****-nbcuniversal-streaming-service

 

WWE Network is moving to NBCUniversal’s Pea****

For more than a year now, Vince McMahon has been open about his plan to license some or all of WWE Network’s content to other providers. This morning (Jan. 25), the company announced the entire service will now be housed at Pea****, the new streaming service of long-time partner NBCUniversal.

WWE Network will be available on Pea****’s Premium tier, with is $4.99 per month or free with a Comcast (also owned by WWE Network) cable package. The Premium tier is ad-supported, so non-live broadcasts will have commercials unless you pony up $9.99 for a Premium Plus subscription.

For live broadcasts, the deal will include all PPV events starting with March’s Fastlane - which means WWE & Pea**** aren’t offering an arrangement like UFC’s with ESPN+ where some content is included and major shows require an additional purchase... at least not yet.

 

There are questions about how the rollover will go for existing WWE Network subscribers, and the partners are promising those will be answered closer to the change over on March 18. There is no change for WWE Network subscribers outside of the United States.

 

No word on how much NBCUniversal paid in licensing fees, but WWE President Nick Khan told Variety, “We feel great about the financials. Otherwise, we wouldn’t have done the deal. To have WrestleMania in particular — which is our Super Bowl — available [for no extra cost] on Pea**** is quite different from other models you’re seeing.

 

Pea****, which is playing catch-up in the streaming wars against not only industry leader Netflix but also fellow recent entrants like Disney+ and HBO Max, figures to add WWE Network’s million or so subscribers. And, as we discussed around the news NBC is shuttering their cable Sports Network, the lure of live events to further build Pea****’s subscription base. As Pea**** Executive Vice-President and Chief Revenue Officer Rick Cordella is quoted in Variety, “We have a lot of data that shows live events and sports drives a lot of user acquisition. The bet is that there exists a much larger total available audience [for WWE programming] than is on WWE Network today.”

 

More on this to follow, no doubt. In the meantime, here’s the official press release:

Pea**** to the become the exclusive home of WWE Network in the U.S.

Pea**** and WWE today announced a multi-year agreement that gives Pea**** exclusive streaming rights to WWE Network in the U.S.

“NBCUniversal has a long-standing relationship with WWE that began nearly 30 years ago with Monday Night Raw on USA. WWE has always tapped into the cultural zeitgeist with spectacular live events and larger-than-life characters, and we are thrilled to be the exclusive home for WWE Network and its millions of fans across the country,” said Rick Cordella, Executive Vice President and Chief Revenue Officer, Pea****. “WWE Network is a transformative addition to the platform and complements Pea****’s massive catalog of iconic movies and shows, as well as the best live news and sports, from NBCUniversal and beyond.”

 

“We are thrilled to further the long-standing and trusted partnership WWE has with NBCUniversal,” said Nick Khan, WWE President and Chief Revenue Officer. “Pea**** is an innovative platform that will enable us to showcase our most significant events, including WrestleMania, and provide the extraordinary entertainment our fans have come to expect with the combination of premium WWE content, live sports, news, films, and television programs.”

 

Pea**** will launch WWE Network on March 18, beginning the roll-out of more than 17,000 hours of new, original, and library WWE Network programming on demand and on a 24/7 channel, including:

 

- All live pay-per-view events including WrestleMania and SummerSlam; Fastlane will be the first WWE pay-per-view to stream on Pea**** on Sunday, March 21.

 

- Original series like Steve Austin Broken Skull Sessions, Undertaker: The Last Ride and the all-new WWE Icons;

 

- In-ring shows like NXT, NXT UK and WWE 205 Live, as well as replays of Raw and SmackDown;

 

- WWE Network archives, including every WWE, WCW and ECW pay-per-view event in history;

 

- Groundbreaking documentaries, including WWE 24, WWE Untold, and WWE 365;

 

- And, starting in 2022, one signature documentary annually.

 

The companies will share details on managing customer accounts closer to the Pea**** launch in March. WWE Network, including all PPVs, will be available on Pea****

 

Premium for $4.99—a $5.00/month savings—where members will enjoy access to the entire WWE and Pea**** catalog, more than 47,000 hours of premium programming. For an ad-free experience, Pea**** Premium Plus will be available for $9.99.

Viewers can sign up for Pea**** at pea****tv.com. Pea**** is currently available on the Roku platform; Apple devices, including iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Apple TV 4K and Apple TV HD; Google platforms and devices, including Android™, Android TV™ devices, Chromecast and Chromecast built-in devices; Microsoft’s Xbox One family of devices, including Xbox One S and Xbox One X; Sony PlayStation4, PlayStation 4 Pro, and PlayStation5; and VIZIO SmartCast™ TVs and LG Smart TVs. Comcast’s eligible Xfinity X1 and Flex customers and Cox Contour customers enjoy Pea**** Premium included with their service at no additional cost.

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Meh on WWE. People always complain about the writing. But right now it's pretty terrible. AEW is more fun to watch. Plus they try to squeeze more matches in opposed to WWE giving every performer a "Talk Show".

 

If AEW adds Thea Trinidad, they'll get a bump from that.

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Went to High School with this guy. He does local sports radio, Hot 97 and is on the Michael Kay Show for ESPN.  (in Maryland) 

 

 

Now he's WWE Champion? WTF! 

 

 

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18 hours ago, Mooka said:

 

 

Went to High School with this guy. He does local sports radio, Hot 97 and is on the Michael Kay Show for ESPN.  (in Maryland) 

 

 

Now he's WWE Champion? WTF! 

 

 

 

I assume you meant he’s "a" WWE champion, not "the" WWE champion.  

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54 minutes ago, justice98 said:

 

I assume you meant he’s "a" WWE champion, not "the" WWE champion.  

 

Haven't watched WWE in years man. No idea. 

 

Remember they used to have Intercontinental and Tag Team Champions, then the WWE Champion. 

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13 minutes ago, Mooka said:

 

Haven't watched WWE in years man. No idea. 

 

Remember they used to have Intercontinental and Tag Team Champions, then the WWE Champion. 

 

Ok, well, the 24/7 title he got is a BS joke title they have around for laughs. Gronkowski had it once, Kyle Busch, Santa.  They've given it to announcers, senior citizens, celebrities, mascots.  

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thanks to a Pea**** Network login, I watched some of WM both nights. Wish I hadn't. The phrase "Worst Ever" is throwing around a lot these days. But, there was nothing memorial that I can remember. Probably not watching much this past year made the matches/stories mean less. But even the entrances were boring. 

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16 minutes ago, @SkinsGoldPants said:

thanks to a  Network login, I watched some of WM both nights. Wish I hadn't. The phrase "Worst Ever" is throwing around a lot these days. But, there was nothing memorable that I can remember. Probably not watching much this past year made the matches/stories mean less. But even the entrances were boring. 

 

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Can someone explain Kevin Owens? I don’t get him at all

 

also, his stunner is the worst attempt at a stunner ive ever seen. It’s awful every time. It’s a ****in disgrace and the fact that it’s performed by some overweight loser with thrift store wrestling attire makes it an even bigger insult. 

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KO is by far more technical that you give him credit for. He's been wrasslin since he was 14. Personally, I think he's been booked wrong for a few years now. 

 

24 minutes ago, Sacks 'n' Stuff said:

He’s the modern day Dusty Rhodes.

 

That's not a bad thing. 

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Usually the RAW after Wrestlemania is the best of the year. Will give them the opening segment to see what they bring. Reading reviews from the weekend, seems they have a bunch of mismatched tag teams and dead end storylines. 

 

Was watching a clip from the SCSA and Jericho podcast and Jericho said something interesting about how right before he came to WWE they had the Rock and Austin both as these huge figures (probably with Taker and even HHH/DX then). How rare it was to have multiple must-see guys.

 

Right now they have none. The roster is bottom heavy with guys who are haven't developed that it factor with the crowd on the mic or with their performances. So, you get what they did this weekend. Another huge guy beating up Shane. 

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On 3/1/2021 at 9:08 PM, Redskins Reparations said:

Looks like Vice’s Darkside of the Ring is providing some new content.

Thanks for the tip. Watching episode 1 now. I didn’t know Bruiser Brody played for the Redskins.

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Made it 30min last night. Terrible.

 

Opened with Lashley beating up that 80s/early 80s Bro-Dude Riddle. Those Viking guys apparently were gone for a while and came back for a tag thing. Then Charlotte Flair came out to complain about not being respected.

 

Then I stuck with the Nats and felt good with the decision. 

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8 hours ago, @SkinsGoldPants said:

Made it 30min last night. Terrible.

 

Opened with Lashley beating up that 80s/early 80s Bro-Dude Riddle. Those Viking guys apparently were gone for a while and came back for a tag thing. Then Charlotte Flair came out to complain about not being respected.

 

Then I stuck with the Nats and felt good with the decision. 


Wrestling has been dead for years now.

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