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WWE moves house: Everything you need to know as Raw, SmackDown, NXT, NXT UK and all PPV events touch down on BT Sport

From year-round live coverage to instant spoiler-free replays to primetime reruns, we’ve got you covered from all angles as the greatest show on earth comes to BT Sport. And it looks like some of the biggest superstars are marking their territory already!

WWE has moved house to BT Sport, beginning a new multi-year partnership that brings Raw, SmackDown, NXT and NXT UK to our channels in 2020.

We're broadcasting edge-of-your-seat action, showcasing world-class athleticism from some of the WWE's biggest superstars including Roman Reigns, Becky Lynch, Seth Rollins, Kofi Kingston and Charlotte Flair.

WWE fans have already witnessed jaw-dropping moments aplenty on BT Sport, including the pulse-raising returns of ‘The Beast Incarnate’ Brock Lesnar and The Big Show, and there’s much, much more to come in 2020.

And thanks to our revolutionary enhanced video player on the award-winning BT Sport app on mobile and tablet and BTSport.com, you won’t miss a second of the action from inside the squared circle.

WWE superstars arrive at BT Sport

The WWE superstars couldn’t be more excited to move house! Click on the player at the top of the page or here to watch Seth Rollins and Becky Lynch’s grand arrival at the BT Sport Studios.

And it's not just those two making themselves at home... it looks like more of the biggest names in WWE are already marking their territory, judging by the videos below!

Kevin Owens has come choice words for Chris Sutton

Sasha Banks takes aim at Gary Lineker

Heavy Machinery issue warning to Robbie Savage

With all that - and much, much more - to look forward to in 2020, now is the perfect time to become a BT Sport subscriber. Find out how we can get you set up in just 15 minutes right here.

When can I watch WWE?

The three flagship shows air at the same time every week, with Raw at 1am on Tuesdays, NXT at 1am on Thursdays and SmackDown at 1am on Saturdays.

Every show airs exclusively live on BT Sport 1 HD, as well as on BTSport.com and on the BT Sport app.

You can check out the full listings right here.

Spoiler-free replays – available instantly!

Viewers watching Raw, SmackDown or NXT on our digital platforms can follow the action using our amazing enhanced video player.

Its interactive timeline allows you to pick through the coverage to find the matches you want to watch.

Best of all, the enhanced video player remains available after we come off air, allowing subscribers to watch the show immediately - or key moments of their choosing - with no spoilers.

It is, quite simply, the perfect platform for wrestling fans in the UK and Ireland.

Don't forget to keep an eye on BTSport.com and the BT Sport app for all the latest WWE clips as well as a SmackDown and Raw report every Tuesday and Saturday morning.

Primetime reruns and highlights

BT Sport carries same-day primetime re-airs of RAW on Tuesdays at 7pm, NXT on Thursdays at 9pm and SmackDown on Saturdays at 8pm for those looking to avoid a late night.

We also bring you a two-hour version of Raw, one-hour version of Raw, 90-minute version of NXT, 90-minute version of SmackDown, one-hour version of SmackDown and 45-minute version of NXT UK across our portfolio of channels.

All the big live events

As well as Raw, SmackDown and NXT exclusively live every week, we’ll bring you every single pay-per-view – including Royal Rumble, WrestleMania 36, SummerSlam and Survivor Series – on BT Sport Box Office HD.

January sees the return of the Royal Rumble as the WWE travels to Houston, Texas, with Seth Rollins and Becky Lynch looking to repeat their victories from last year’s event.

Live coverage, featuring the men’s and women’s Royal Rumble match, Bray Wyatt v Daniel Bryan, Becky Lynch v Asuka and Roman Reigns v King Corbin, will begin at midnight Sunday night on January 26.

Here are the key dates for your diary:

Every Monday night (1am): Raw

Every Wednesday night (1am): NXT

Every Friday night (1am): SmackDown

January 26: Royal Rumble

February 20: Fastlane

March 8: Elimination Chamber

April 5: WrestleMania 36

August 23: SummerSlam

NB The dates of many of this year's PPVs, such as Money in the Bank and Survivor Series, are still TBC

 

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