WWE’s biggest weekend of the year is almost here. The 2022 Wrestlemania events will take place in Dallas and Arlington, Texas on April 1-4, and like two years ago, the Wrestlemania PPV will be a two-night epic.
Because this PPV goes on for several nights, that means WWE can afford to pack cards. Among the matches, we will see Roman Reigns take on Brock Lesnar, and both men will put their titles in a unified match. However, that is not the case for women. For Smackdown, Charlotte Flair will defend her title against Royal Rumble winner Ronda Rousey. Meanwhile, on Raw, Becky Lynch is being challenged by Bianca Belair. That’s not even half of what to expect in the show. Check out the start times below to see when Wrestlemania airs near you.
- 8 p.m. ET
- 7 p.m. CT
- 5 p.m. PT
- 1am BST (April 3rd, April 4th)
- 10:00am AEST (April 3rd, April 4th)
Usually, there is a Kickoff Show that airs an hour before the main card. There you will see at least one match taking place. In the past, Wrestlemania – and several other major PPVs – had a two-hour pre-show, but that hour seems to be history. WWE’s Wrestlemania Kickoff Show will air on Peacock, Twitter and YouTube both days. However, Saturday’s Kickoff will also air live on the US Network.
How to watch:
If you want to see the main tag for WWE’s Wrestlemania, you can purchase the event through your cable or satellite provider, or watch it on Peacock. Although Peacock has a free tier, you won’t be able to watch WWE events through that tier. You’ll need a Premium ($5 a month, with ads) or Premium Plus Peacock ($10 a month, without ads) account. Regardless of which tier you choose, there will be a few WWE related commercials throughout the show.
There are many ways to watch Peacock. In addition to mobile and PC viewing, you can stream the service on Amazon Fire, Android TV, Apple TV, LG Smart TV, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Roku, Samsung Smart TV, Xbox devices One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, Xfinity, etc
Alternatively, you can watch Wrestlemania at your local cinema, as long as Fathom Events shows it in a theater near you.
As of this writing, there are 12 matches on the card; however, these matches will be split into two nights. As of this writing, all but one of the confirmed matches are available for either Night 1 or Night 2.
- Charlotte Flair (c) vs. Ronda Rousy (Women’s Smackdown Championship)
- Becky Lynch (c) vs. Bianca Belair (Raw Women’s Championship)
- “Stone Cold” Steve Austin vs Kevin Owens on “The KO Show”
- Rey & Dominik Mysterio vs Miz & Logan Paul
- Drew McIntyre vs. Happy Corbin
- The Usos (c) vs. Shinsuke Nakamura & Rick Boogs (Smackdown Tag Team Championship)
- Brock Lesnar vs. Roman Reigns (Winners take all unified championships)
- Edge style vs. AJ
- Johnny Knoxville vs. Sami Zayn (Anything Goes Match)
- The Pat McAfee Theory versus Austin
- RK-Bro (c) vs. Street Profit vs Alpha Academy (Raw Card Team Championship)
- Queen Zelina & Carmella (c) vs Sasha Banks & Naomi vs. Rhea Ripley & Liv Morgan vs. Natalya & Shayna Baszler (Women’s Team Championship)
Early next week, return to GameSpot for a special episode of our Wrestle Buddies wrestling podcast, where Chris E. Hayner, Mat Elfring and PredictionBot 3000 will predict the winner of every Wrestlemania match. For now, check out a recent episode where you guys re-watched WWE 2K22.
Be sure to return to GameSpot on April 1 and 2 for live coverage of Wrestlemania from GameSpot’s Wrestle Buddies. They will write about the show live from AT&T Stadium.