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[WATCH] WrestleMania 37 Live Free Stream: How to Watch from Anywhere, Start Time, TV Channel and Full Match Card
April 10 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
WrestleMania 37, the biggest, most-anticipated wrestling event of 2021 is upon us. The night in professional wrestling has become the biggest weekend in professional wrestling as WWE WrestleMania 37 will take place over two nights inside of Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. The action begins on Saturday and continues Sunday with a pair of seven-match cards making up the “Showcase of the Immortals” this year.
Watch 2021 WWE WrestleMania 37
Date: Saturday, April 10 and Sunday, April 11
Location: Raymond James Stadium — Tampa, Florida
Start time: 8 p.m. ET (kickoff show: 7 p.m.)
Watch live: Peacock
The event will be the first WWE main roster show to welcome back live fans since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, which is certainly welcomed by not only the fans but the performers who feed off their energy.
The two-night event features eight championship matches. On the men’s side, Bobby Lashley will defend the WWE championship against Drew McIntyre to open Night 1, while Night 2 sees Roman Reigns put the universal title on the line in a triple threat main event against Edge and Daniel Bryan. For the women, SmackDown women’s champion Sasha Banks will defend her title against Bianca Belair in the main event on Saturday with Rhea Ripley challenging Asuka for the Raw women’s championship on Sunday.
CBS Sports will be with you the entire weekend covering all the ins and outs of WrestleMania with live updates, analysis and highlights throughout both shows. Here’s how you can watch WrestleMania on Saturday and Sunday.
2021 WWE WrestleMania 37 card
Night 1 — Saturday, April 10
SmackDown Women’s Championship — Sasha Banks (c) vs. Bianca Belair
WWE Championship — Bobby Lashley (c) vs. Drew McIntyre
Bad Bunny & Damian Priest vs. The Miz & John Morrison
Cesaro vs. Seth Rollins
Raw Tag Team Championship — The New Day (c) vs. AJ Styles & Omos
Shane McMahon vs. Braun Strowman (Steel Cage Match)
Naomi & Lana vs. Mandy Rose & Dana Brooke vs. Natalya & Tamina vs. The Riott Squad (Tag Team Turmoil)
Night 2 — Sunday, April 11
Universal Championship — Roman Reigns (c) vs. Edge vs. Daniel Bryan
Raw Women’s Championship — Asuka (c) vs. Rhea Ripley
“The Fiend” Bray Wyatt vs. Randy Orton
Intercontinental Championship — Big E (c) vs. Apollo Crews
United States Championship — Riddle (c) vs. Sheamus
Kevin Owens vs. Sami Zayn (w/ Logan Paul)
Women’s Tag Team Championship — Nia Jax & Shayna Baszler (c) vs. TBD
WrestleMania has always served as the pinnacle event in WWE each and every spring. The latest edition of the biggest show of the year is just on the horizon as WrestleMania 37 will take center stage this weekend. The biggest stars in the company perform under the brightest of lights, and those lights will certainly be the brightest they’ve been in a while as WrestleMania 37 will be allowing fans at a limited capacity into the stadium for the first time in over one year. Once again, just as last year’s WrestleMania 36 which was forced to take place inside the empty WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida, the biggest spectacle of the year will go down over the course of not one but two nights.
The show will feature eight titles on the line across 14 matches, including all four of the promotion’s top championships being put up for grabs. On the men’s side, universal champion Roman Reigns will defend his title against Edge and Daniel Bryan with Bobby Lashley defending the WWE title against former champion Drew McIntyre. Also, Raw women’s champion Asuka will defend against Rhea Ripley and SmackDown women’s champion Sasha Banks will defend her belt against 2021 women’s Royal Rumble winner Bianca Belair.
WrestleMania 37 goes down Saturday, April 10 and Sunday, April 11 from Raymond James Stadium in Tampa. The event, streaming live on Peacock, will begin at 8 p.m. ET on both nights with kickoff shows leading in beginning at 7 p.m.
Let’s take a look at how our experts believe the action will play out.
Seth Rollins and Cesaro will steal night 1: Thus far, night 2 looks to be the better show. But the benefit of having two nights is that each match gets more time, at least in theory, and that’s great news for Cesaro and Seth Rollins. Rollins is stuck in a deflating gimmick, but he’s still easily among the best performers in the whole company. Meanwhile, this could be the breakout moment Cesaro has needed for years. Their match is sure to be excellent, better than anything else on night 1 and maybe even the best of the weekend.
Brock Lesnar may return: Though he’s been protected for much of the last year, Bobby Lashley is a weak opponent for Drew McIntyre. It seems night 1 is built around McIntyre winning the WWE Championship in front of a live crowd, which he was deprived of last year, which is a fine plan. But Lashley has been positioned as a middle-card guy for too long, so his run as champion feels formulaic.
Lashley versus McIntyre doesn’t feel like a WrestleMania main event. In fact, we already saw it at last year’s Backlash pay-per-view, and it wasn’t anything particularly memorable. I’m thinking that WWE has something up its sleeve to make the closing moments of night 1 pop, and that thing may be Brock Lesnar.
The Fiend versus Randy Orton will be awful: I mean, c’mon.
Daniel Bryan wins the Universal Championship: This seems unlikely in a way, since Bryan isn’t considered a tippy-top star by WWE brass — or at least, that’s what I infer by the way he’s been booked over the last year. But I’m predicting this on pure logic. Reigns is a great champion, but he’s beaten everyone. Edge is a heel, and there are no strong babyfaces for him to feud with. Bryan is a babyface, and he’ll have two ready opponents in Edge and Reigns to feud with after WrestleMania.