What time does WrestleMania 37 start today? 1 night and 2 nights to watch WWE TV programming
WrestleMania 37 is too big for one night.
WWE likes to do bigger, louder, and embarrassing things than anyone else, so it’s no surprise that last year’s WrestleMania was a new wave of (allegedly) WrestleMania events taking place over two nights.
Although shows in recent years have turned to nausea, while the seven-hour cards are extended for a day, WWE has taken advantage of the unfortunate stop of the coronavirus by extending it over a weekend as a way to summarize last year’s show. Initially, WrestleMania was scheduled for 36 nights.
This year, the end-of-weekend hours are once again dedicated to fighting, with 14 games coming to you over the two nights from Raymond James Stadium at Tampa Bay, Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Here’s what you need to know when you need to turn on the TV:
What time does WrestleMania 37 start?
- Day: Saturday, April 10 and Sunday, April 11
- Start time: 19.00 ET (initial session), 20.00 ET (main card)
The two nights of WrestleMania 37 begin at 7pm with a regular session on Peacock and PPV on ET. The main two-night ticket starts at 8pm on ET.
After playing seven games each night, the sessions are expected to go around ET midnight.
When is WrestleMania 37?
- Night 1: Saturday, April 10th
- Night 2: Sunday, April 11th
As with WrestleMania 36, WrestleMania extends from 37 nights to a weekend, with two seven-game cards taking place on Saturday and Sunday.
The two nights of the show feature several tournament matches, one on the night of the 1st WWE Tournament and the 2nd on the night of the WWE Universal Championship.
How to watch WrestleMania 37
- Net: Peacock, PPV
- Price: $ 5 per month (Peacock), $ 29.99 per show (PPV)
As the WWE Network goes to Peacock, you can play WrestleMania 37 through NBC’s Peacock service. You will need a Premium subscription for the service, which costs $ 5 per month. There is also a free level, but you will not be able to access the WWE Network.
For those who don’t want a peacock and want to pay a little more, the two nights of the show will be available in traditional PPV for a fee of $ 29.99 per night.