FITE Offering WWE WrestleMania 36 On Pay-Per-View

FITE Offering WWE WrestleMania 36 On Pay-Per-View

FITE has announced it is teaming with WWE to offer WrestleMania 36 this coming weekend in the United States and select international territories.

It is offering a weekend pass which includes both nights for $59.99, or you can purchase them separately if you only want to watch one of the two nights. If you’re wanting both, the weekend pass would be the cheaper option than buying the two separately, of course.

FITE’s announcement reads as follows:

NEW YORK: March 31, 2020: FITE, leading digital sports platform offering prestige boxing, pro wrestling, MMA and martial arts programming, announced the Pay Per View carriage of WWE’s annual pop culture extravaganza, WrestleMania. FITE will offer the special event in the U.S. as well as select international territories.

WrestleMania, for the first time ever, will be held as a two-night event airing this Saturday, April 4 and Sunday, April 5 at 7 pm ET.

The event, “Too Big For Just One Night” will be hosted by three-time Super Bowl Champion Rob Gronkowski. As WWE previously announced, only essential personnel will be on closed sets at multiple locations, including WWE’s training facility in Orlando, during the production of WrestleMania.

Confirmed matches can be found here:

FITE will offer the event on PPV via a beautiful HD digital stream, in English and Spanish, along with its custom live chat, so viewers from across the world can enjoy the live discussion of the event, together.

Customers will have the option to purchase the Saturday, April 4 event and/or the Sunday, April 5 event or buy the Weekend Package for additional savings over individual buys. Pay Per View purchases on FITE will include replays, DVR functionality and can be viewed online, PC, mobile devices, Smart TV or their favorite OTT device. Order the event on FITE:

Place your PPV order on FITE today to watch and chat with your friends:

Watch FITE Events on any device:

WrestleMania is also being offered via FOX digital apps across a wide range of compatible devices, also for the price of $59.99.

It will also be streaming on the WWE Network for the usual price of a $9.99 per month subscription, or free for new subscribers.

3 years ago by Liam Winnard


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