How to watch WrestleMania 39 live in Australia and start time
WrestleMania Goes Hollywood for a 2-night event.
Titles and bragging rights are on the line as WrestleMania 39 heads to Hollywood and you can watch it all in Australia.
The line-up is stacked and excitement is at an all-time high, with the clashes sure to draw up a crowd.
What time is WrestleMania 39 in Australia?
WrestleMania 39 starts at 10am AEST on Sunday 2 April, with the second instalment of the event kicking off at 10am AEST on Monday 3 April. The event is held at Los Angeles' SoFi Stadium.
How to watch 2023 WrestleMania 39 live in Australia
You can watch the event live with Foxtel Now, Kayo Sports, BINGE or Foxtel iQ.
While WrestleMania used to only be available as a pay-per-view event in previous years, Foxtel, BINGE and Kayo are now the official home of WWE in Australia.
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Stream WrestleMania 39 on Foxtel Now
WresteMania 39 airs on Fox8 and the WWE channel, so you can watch with the basic Foxtel Now Essentials pack.
Even better, new users get a 10-day free trial with Foxtel Now.
In other words, you can watch WrestleMania 39 online for free.
Once your free trial is up, subscriptions to Foxtel Now costs $25 a month.
As Wrestlemania 39 airs on Fox8 and the WWE channel, you can also watch with Foxtel iQ, either live or on demand.
You only need the basic Foxtel Plus channel pack, which costs $49 a month but doesn't come with any free trial.
Stream WrestleMania 39 on Kayo Sports
Kayo Sports streams all WWE Premium Live Events, including WrestleMania 39.
If you sign up for the first time, use this 7-day trial to test out the platform and stream Wrestlemania 39 for free.
A One subscription to Kayo costs $25 a month once your trial is up. It supports 1 stream at a time.
Additional WWE content on Kayo includes Raw, Smackdown and NXT, as well as the 24/7 WWE channel.
Stream WrestleMania 39 on BINGE
BINGE also streams all WWE pay-per-view events and additional content. Plus, subscribers have access to the 24/7 WWE channel.
New BINGE users can take advantage of the 14-day trial offer and watch Wrestlemania 39 online for free.
After the free trial, BINGE plans start at $10 a month.
Can I watch WrestleMania 39 on Main Event?
No. WWE Premium events are only available on BINGE, Foxtel or Kayo. That's actually great news, since they incur no extra cost to subscribers.
Wrestlemania 39 card
Here are the events announced for WrestleMania 39, correct at the time of writing.
WrestleMania Night 1 (10am Sunday 2 April AEST)
|Austin Theory vs John Cena||Singles match for the WWE United States Championship|
|Seth "Freakin" Rollins vs Logan Paul||Singles match|
|Trish Stratus, Lita, and Becky Lynch vs Damage CTRL (Bayley, Dakota Kai, and Iyo Sky)||Six-woman tag team match|
|Charlotte Flair vs Rhea Ripley||Singles match for the WWE SmackDown Women's Championship|
|Braun Strowman and Ricochet vs The Street Profits (Angelo Dawkins and Montez Ford) vs Alpha Academy (Chad Gable and Otis) vs The Viking Raiders (Erik and Ivar) (with Valhalla)||Men's WrestleMania Showcase fatal four-way tag team match|
|The Usos (Jey Uso and Jimmy Uso) vs Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn||Tag team match for the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championship|
|Rey Mysterio vs Dominik Mysterio||Singles match|
WrestleMania Night 2 (10am Monday 3 April AEST)
|Roman Reigns (with Paul Heyman) vs Cody Rhodes||Singles match for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship|
|Bianca Belair vs Asuka||Singles match for the WWE Raw Women's Championship|
|Brock Lesnar vs Omos (with MVP)||Singles match|
|Gunther vs Sheamus vs Drew McIntyre||Triple threat match for the WWE Intercontinental Championship|
|Edge vs Finn Bálor||Hell in a Cell match|
|Liv Morgan and Raquel Rodriguez vs Natalya and Shotzi vs Ronda Rousey and Shayna Baszler vs Chelsea Green and Sonya Deville||Women's WrestleMania Showcase fatal 4-way tag team match|
WrestleMania 39 preview
WrestleMania 39 culminates with the highly-anticipated clash between Roman Reigns and Cody Rhodes, with Reigns defending the Undisputed WWE Universal Title.
While Reigns hopes to retain his status, the odds are in Rhodes' favour. He always made it clear that his only focus is to become WWE Champion – and WrestleMania 39 will likely see his dream come true.
Elsewhere, John Cena challenges Austin Theory for the United States Championship. Cena's talent and skill are undeniable, but Theory is enjoying quite the momentum, so he'll likely prevail.
WWE fans are likely giddy about the Logan Paul and Seth Rollins match-up too. While Rollins is the more consistent fighter, Paul is the more dynamic one, so we wouldn't be surprised to see him triumphant.
On the women's side, Bianca Belair will come face-to-face with Asuka for the Raw Women's Championship. Belair's track record may be impressive, but Asuka's unpredictable nature puts her on top of her game. Our money is on Asuka to win.
Oh, and Royal Rumble winner Rhea Ripley challenges SmackDown Women's Champion Charlotte Flair at WrestleMania 39. Ripley hasn't beaten Flair so far, but she's in much better shape than she was when the 2 last met, so we think this will be the Aussie's chance to shine.
Whatever happens, it will be a WrestleMania for the history books.
How to watch regular WWE programming
Since the WWE Network shut down in Australia, you can keep up with all your wrestling faves via Foxtel, Kayo and BINGE.
If you sign up for Foxtel Now, you can watch WWE with the basic Essentials subscription, which offers a mix of Pop and Lifestyle channels.
Subscribing to BINGE also gets you access to a solid library of TV shows and movies.
The downside is that BINGE doesn't offer as much archival WWE content as Foxtel.
Finally, Kayo is ideal if you watch a lot of sport other than wrestling.
The service offers coverage of more than 50 sports live and on demand but doesn't come with any entertainment content.Image: WWE
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