WWE unlocks past content for free amid coronavirus lockdowns

WWE is offering a “vast” portion of its library for free via on demand streaming amid the coronavirus outbreak.

“Beginning today, WWE is pleased to unlock a vast portion of the WWE Network library and extend free access to thousands of hours of extraordinary on-demand content, including every WrestleMania in history, countless pay-per-view spectaculars, original documentaries and more, for a limited time,” the network announced in a press release.

The offering “includes each epic installment to date of ‘WrestleMania,’ plus, every ‘Royal Rumble,’ ‘SummerSlam’ and ‘Survivor Series’ event; every ‘NXT TakeOver’ and ‘NXT UK TakeOver.'”

Other programming available for free includes “WWE 24” docuseries, Steve Austin’s “Broken Skull Sessions” interview show, “WWE Ruthless Aggression,” and its 20-episode predecessor, “The Monday Night War” series among other content.

That said, the upcoming “WrestleMania 36” will still require a WWE network subscription.

“WrestleMania 36” is reportedly being taped without a live audience due to the coronavirus pandemic and is set to air April 4 and 5, 2020.