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    WWE Network Launches Free Version

    "WWE announced that it will launch a free version of its digital streaming service, WWE Network. More than 15,000 titles will be available for free from the company's content library.

    Some of the programs that will be offered up for free include Raw's post-show called Raw Talk, which takes place every Monday night; original series such as Monday Night War, Ride Along, Table for 3, Photo Shoot and Story Time; recent episodes of Monday Night Raw and Friday Night SmackDown and NXT; a selection of WWE pay-per-views and NXT TakeOver events; and weekly programming from Top 10, WWE’s The Bump, WWE Now, The Best of WWE, WWE Timeline and WWE highlights."

    https://www.cbr.com/wwe-network-launches-free-version/
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    Not bad. It is so easy to get free three month trials of WWE Network.

    There is enough old territory footage on it to make it worth checking out for half the year.

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    Yeah we were poking around on it yesterday, well Alison was at least, and it seems like less rad old stuff and more meh new stuff.
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    Sadly WWE has said most of the subscribers use teh service to watch new stuff. So the release of old stuff to the WWE Network has really slowed down.

    Which is one of the reasons why I subbed to the two other wrestling networks.

    Highspots Network-Loaded with classic Memphis,St Louis and Portland footage. Piles of modern indie footage. And hundreds of interviews.
    IWTV-LOADED with modern indie footage. Then a few interviews.

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    NJPW World also has some free stuff, but it’s easier to check their YouTube channel, and a lot of the YouTube stuff is in English. The paid service is amazing, with matches going back to the 80s, and stuff like the classic matches between Owen Hart and Tiger Mask.

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