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How to Watch WWE WrestleMania 39 Goes Hollywood

It’s almost time for WrestleMania Goes Hollywood. We’ll tell you the start time, schedule, matches, where to watch, location, and more so you don’t miss a moment.

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It’s almost here. Two nights of non-stop action, celebrity guest appearances, and huge surprises. WrestleMania Goes Hollywood is the 39th edition of the Premium Live Event, though it doesn’t officially have a number attached this year. WWE has already started booking the kind of matches that make it a can’t-miss event. With so much to look forward to, it’s easy to get lost in all the excitement. We'll help you keep track of what to expect from WrestleMania Goes Hollywood and where to watch it. 

What time does WrestleMania start this year? 

WrestleMania goes Hollywood is a two-night show, so it has two start times — one on Saturday and one on Sunday. You’ll want to be there for both of them, because WWE likes to start their Premium Live Events with a bang. That goes double for WrestleMania. 

April 1 at 8E/5P - WrestleMania Goes Hollywood Night 1 

April 2 at 8E/5P - WrestleMania Goes Hollywood Night 2 

What is the stream link and where can I watch WrestleMania? 

If you’re in the United States, WrestleMania Goes Hollywood is exclusively on Peacock. Get ready for the big event with hours of classic WWE matches, documentaries and more in Peacock’s WWE Hub. 

Watch WWE on Peacock. 

What time is the pre-show for WrestleMania? 

The kickoff shows before WWE’s Premium Live Events are just as exciting. Full of match predictions, interviews with celebrity WWE fans and analysis, these kickoff shows are the perfect way to get hyped for a night of nonstop thrills. 

Apr 1 at 6E/3P – WrestleMania Goes Hollywood Kickoff Show 1 

Apr 2 at 6E/3P – WrestleMania Goes Hollywood Kickoff Show 2 

What other WWE Events are happening during WrestleMania weekend? 

The weekend begins on Friday night with the WWE Hall of Fame ceremony, honoring some of the greatest Superstars in history. Rey Mysterio, who is still actively wrestling, will be inducted this year, with more names to be revealed in the coming weeks. 

Mar 31 at 10p ET – WWE Hall of Fame Ceremony 

Watch WWE Hall of Fame on Peacock.

On Saturday, NXT gets the party started early with Stand & Deliver. Watch your favorite NXT Superstars show off their skills LIVE from the Arena. At the time of writing, only a couple of matches have been announced, but those two alone are reason enough to tune in. First, Johnny Gargano returns to NXT after 15 months to face Grayson Waller. Later in the main event, Bron Breakker will defend his championship against Carmelo Hays. 

Saturday at 1p ET – NXT Stand & Deliver 

Watch NXT Stand & Deliver on Peacock.

How Long Is WrestleMania? 

The exact length of any Premium Live Event is almost impossible to predict. WWE doesn’t share how long each night is planned for, and unlike the weekly TV shows, there isn’t a set time when the show has to end. If the past couple years are any indication, plan for each night to last between three and four hours.  

Where will WrestleMania be held this year? 

As “WrestleMania Goes Hollywood” would imply, both nights will take place in Los Angeles at SoFi Stadium. As WWE’s biggest show of the year, WrestleMania commands the largest crowds. The indoor arenas WWE usually performs in don’t cut it for a show this size. Only a full stadium —  and you can bet that SoFi will be absolutely packed — will do. 

What can I expect from WrestleMania? 

Many of the show’s big matches have already been set up. We just don’t know yet exactly when, or on which night, they’ll happen. After winning the Men’s Royal Rumble, Cody Rhodes will challenge Roman Reigns for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship. Many fans believe this will be the moment Reigns’ title run comes to an end. The Bloodline may be back together now, but the cracks are still showing. It really feels like it could all come crashing down at any moment. 

Rhea Ripley won the Women’s Royal Rumble and will face Charlotte Flair for the Smackdown Women’s Championship. This match could go either way. Ripley is one of the greatest Superstars working in WWE right now, but Flair is the Queen. It’s hard to imagine anyone measuring up to her, especially at WrestleMania. No matter how it ends, this match will have the entire stadium on its feet. 

Also on the card is Asuka, winner of the Women’s Elimination Chamber, taking on Bianca Belair for the Raw Women’s Championship. Both women are extremely fun to watch in the ring, and both have the crowd fully behind them. This is another match that feels completely unpredictable. 

Other matches on the card include Seth Freakin’ Rolins vs. Logan Paul, Gunther vs. either Drew McIntyre or Sheamus, and Austin Theory vs. John Cena. That’s another wild card. Given Cena’s part-time status in WWE, you’d generally expect Theory to retain his United States Championship here. On the other hand, the way Theory’s been talking to anyone who gets in the ring with him lately, he’s almost begging to be knocked down a peg by one of the biggest stars ever to come out of WWE. 

All that, plus more matches to be announced in the coming weeks, surprise guests, and shocking moments that WrestleMania is known for. The only way to know for sure how any of this turns out is by streaming WrestleMania live on Apr 1 and 2. In the meantime, you can get a clearer picture of what WrestleMania will look like by watching the biggest matches from years past. Every WrestleMania ever is available to stream on Peacock. 

Watch all past years of WrestleMania on Peacock. 

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