How to watch WWE SummerSlam live and free in Australia

Posted: 24 August 2020 10:18 am

The Fiend Bray Wyatt
Multiple belts are on the line when the 33rd WWE SummerSlam launches at a new home in Orlando. This is how you can catch the action.

SUMMARY: The best-value-for-money option to watch SummerSlam live is through WWE Network. You can watch for free using this 30-day trial. This gets you access to all its unique features and huge content library.

The WWE continues to roll on without fans in attendance due to COVID-19 and will now hold its SummerSlam PPV in the "ThunderDome". WWE has moved away from its performance centre and has relocated to Orlando's Amway Center.

The ring setup will now look a little more traditional, with atmosphere to be created by using virtual fans similar to what the NBA has done. SummerSlam is traditionally WWE's second biggest PPV on the calendar.

This year's event is headlined by Randy Orton challenging Drew McIntyre for his WWE Championship. "The Fiend" Bray Wyatt also puts his Universal Championship on the line in a falls count anywhere match with Braun Strowman.

When is SummerSlam?

The 2020 edition of SummerSlam is on Monday 24 August. The pre-show starts at 8am AEST, while the PPV begins at 9am AEST.

How to watch SummerSlam?

SummerSlam is back in 2020 and in Australia you have a couple of options when it comes to catching all the high-flying action. There is the WWE Network, the wrestling giant's own streaming platform. You also have the option of ordering it through Main Event. For a full breakdown see our how to watch WWE guide.


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Stream SummerSlam on the WWE Network

The WWE Network has an enormous library of wrestling action, live and on demand. If you are yet to try it out, new subscribers can take advantage of a one-month free trial. That means if you only want to access SummerSlam, you can do so for free and also catch four weeks of awesome action in the ring.

WWE Network is compatible with a wide range of devices, including iOS and Android, PlayStation, Xbox, Apple TV, Roku and smart TVs. With the deal you can access every PPV from WWE, as well as PPVs from WCW, ECW and more. To sign up, the WWE Network costs US$9.99 (about AUD$13.90) per month.

Watch SummerSlam on Main Event

Main Event is another option for catching what looms as a thrilling SummerSlam 2020. If you are already a Foxtel customer, you can order SummerSlam for just $24.95. You have a few options for signing up – via the Main Event website using the My Foxtel app, your Foxtel remote or your phone. If you have Optus TV featuring Foxtel, you can also place an order over the phone. Ordering through a phone agent will incur an additional $2 booking fee.

SummerSlam card

  • No Disqualification, loser leaves WWE match: Sonya Deville vs Mandy Rose
  • Street Fight: Dominick Mysterio vs Seth Rollins
  • Raw Tag Team Championship match: The Street Profits vs Andrade and Angel Garza
  • United States Championship match: Apollo Crews vs MVP
  • SmackDown Women's Championship: Asuka vs Bayley
  • Raw Women's Championship: Asuka vs Sasha Banks
  • WWE Championship match: Drew McIntyre vs Randy Orton
  • Falls Count Anywhere Universal Championship match: "The Fiend" Bray Wyatt vs Braun Strowman

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