Tonight on the WWE Network, the WWE Hall of Fame 2017 induction ceremony will take place.
This year, the inductees are Kurt Angle, The Rock ’n’ Roll Express, Teddy Long, Diamond Dallas Page, Beth Phoenix, and Rick Rude. Plus, Eric LeGrand will be receiving the Warrier Award.
So how can the ceremony be watched online? It only airs on the WWE Network, but luckily, the WWE has made it very easy for anyone without a subscription to watch too. Here’s what you need to know.
If You Subscribe to the WWE Network
The Hall of Fame induction ceremony does not air on any cable network. Instead, it is an exclusive of the WWE Network, the company’s online streaming platform which costs $9.99 a month.
If you already subscribe to the WWE Network, all you have to do to watch the show is head over to Network.WWE.com. You don’t need to navigate to anywhere else on the website to watch the show, as it will already be playing on the home page.
The WWE Network is also available on iOS, Android, Kindle Fire, Fire TV, Xbox One, PS4 and Apple TV.
If You Don’t Subscribe to the WWE Network
If you are not a subscriber of the WWE Network but still want to watch the Hall of Fame induction ceremony, you can still do so by taking advantage of the company’s free trial.
Fans are able to try out the WWE Network for one month. That free trial usually only lasts seven days, but it has been extended for the WrestleMania season.
Simpy head over to Network.WWE.com and select “Start Your Free Month” at the top of the page. Then select the “Get Started” button. From there, enter your payment details, an email address, and all the other necessary information.
You’ll just want to make sure to cancel your account before the month is up. As long as you do so, you will not be charged.