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Watch WWE in Australia: PPVs, Raw, Smackdown, NXT and more 2024

Keep up with your favourite WWE content for cheap.

WWE, short for World Wrestling Entertainment, is the largest wrestling promotion in the world. You can watch all the action in Australia.

If you're a fan of the over-the-top characters and lavish production, you'll find plenty of reason to cheer – whether you watch a pay-per-view event or one of WWE's weekly shows.

Foxtel and BINGE are the exclusive home of WWE in Australia, making WWE events cheaper to watch after the closure of the WWE Network.

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All the ways to watch WWE in Australia

WWE's content is available live and on demand in Australia. A 24/7 WWE channel is included on BINGE, Foxtel Now and Kayo.

Watch WWE on BINGE

BINGE is the perfect pick for wrestling fans looking for a complete entertainment experience. Besides everything WWE, BINGE offers a wide selection of TV shows, movies, kids' content, docos and reality TV.

If you're not particularly into other sports, this is the most affordable option as well.

Subscriptions to BINGE start at $10 a month after that. A 7-day free trial is available for new customers.

BINGE offers all WWE pay-per-view events for no extra cost, as well as WWE's weekly shows live and on demand. Users can also live-stream the 24/7 WWE channel and access WWE's archive of content on the platform.


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Watch WWE on Foxtel Now

Like BINGE, Foxtel Now offers more than just wrestling and sport, delivering a mix of exciting content from Foxtel's pay TV channels live and on demand.

The 24/7 WWE channel is included in the basic Essentials pack, which costs $25 a month. It delivers a mix of pop and lifestyle channels. A 10-day free trial is available for new customers.

Although it's more expensive than BINGE, Foxtel Now has a greater depth of WWE archival content, so if you like to watch older WWE events, this would suit you more. Neither service is yet to have the depth of archives that the WWE Network possessed.

You can opt for additional packs on top of it to personalise your subscription, like Sport, Drama Extra and Movies. The Ultimate Bundle features all available packs, including Kids and Docos. It generally costs $104 a month.


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Stream WWE on Kayo

Kayo Sports features all WWE pay-per-view events as part of your subscription, plus weekly RAW, SmackDown and NXT shows. You can also access the 24/7 WWE channel.

Additionally, Kayo Sports users unlock over 50 sports live and on demand. You can watch in HD, on a variety of devices, as well as play with a suite of features meant to make sports streaming a breeze.

So if you're only interested in the current weekly shows and the big PPV events, plus you only want to view extra sport and don't want any entertainment content, this could be the way to watch WWE in Australia for you.

Prices start at $25 a month. A 7-day free trial is available for new customers.


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