expired Free - Wrestlemania 34 (Full Show) @ YouTube

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In celebration of WWE network's 5th birthday, the full Wrestlemania 34 is available for free on YouTube.

This would usually require a paid subscription to WWE to watch.

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  • +4 votes

    Best match on the card is ronda and kurt vs HHH and steph

  • +12 votes

    All down hill since Wrestlemania 3 - Hulk Hogan vs Andre the Giant

  • +7 votes

    I was in California when this was airing live. Walked into the hostel to check in while watching it on the WWE Network and the bloke working there decided to buy the PPV because I was watching it on my phone. The little kids (probably 12 and 14) didn't enjoy it as much as I did but golly dang did the bloke who worked there love it!

  • +11 votes

    Worst job in the world … work harder than a UFC or NFL athlete, fight every week, body stuffed. Everyone thinks it's fake. It's scripted but the training, injuries and lifelong damage are real.

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      Get paid to have fun

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      Not to mention the toll from years of steroid abuse.

    • +2 votes

      Yep. A lot of folks say it’s fake, and this and that, but at the end of the day these guys’n’gals are seriously in-shape athletes.

      I mean, say what you will about WWE but how much boxing is completely rigged? The amount of muscle these guys have, jee whiz, you’d be in the gym every day virtually.

      How much do they get paid?

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        How much do they get paid?

        WWE says its average wrestler makes around $500,000 per year, but the top performers can blow that number away thanks to their sizable cuts of company revenues: Wrestlers receive shares of their merchandise sales as well as a portion of revenues from events they work. - source

        • +2 votes

          I mean, for the amount of trauma they’re putting their bodies through, it’s not really that much, but fair enough, thanks for the link and the info :)

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            @Jawanzar: Well that's for the ones that make it to the top 1% level, I'm sure there are many wrestlers who smash their bodies in the lower ranks, never get paid for it well enough and end up with lifelong health problems.

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            @Jawanzar: Trauma? Do you have any news related to that? I mean the contact generally doesn't seem as brutal as NFL players. happy to be proven wrong.

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              @nicolascage: It's hard to specify trauma, they work through injuries, they have zero downtime, it's a constantly running production with no offseason so as you can imagine small injuries can add up very quick.

              In terms of really bad stuff, at least in the big leagues (wwe/njpw) big accidents rarely happen because of their training but shit does happen occasionally.

              The most severe case of 'trauma' would be the Chris Benoit double murder suicide, it's a very interesting and sad case and if you have time it's a fascinating read, being a fan of pro wrestling isn't necessary to understand it. His death was an eye opener for not just pro wrestling but all sports with high physical contact.

    • -8 votes

      Yet people will line up around the block to simply try out for this nonsense. Let that sink in.

  • +18 votes

    Might seem like a good deal but don't let this man distract you from the fact that in 1998, The Undertaker threw Mankind off Hell In A Cell, and plummeted 16 ft through an announcer's table.

  • -3 votes

    UFC is fake.

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    A brother is going to love this. Sent him the link. Not my type of show at all.

  • +1 vote

    I haven't seen this much choreographed diving since the last soccer match

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    Is this deal for real?

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    wrestling looks so fake now..not many ppl watching

    • +2 votes

      You're joking right.. this isn't AFLX mate

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      Apparently millions of weekly viewers isn't many people….

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      Wrestling as an industry (not just WWE) is earning more money now than it ever did when "people were watching it".

      Sure their average cable TV numbers are down from the 90s, but that doesn't include internet viewership (both legal and illegal). Their YouTube channel gets hammered in views, for example.

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      Not true at all, while pro wrestling is nowhere near as culturally relevant as the late 90s early 00s, WWEs revenue continues to climb each year, it's a really great international stock to get behind.

  • +1 vote

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    So bad its good?

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    Wow 5 hours long?

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    Still waiting on the return of the Shockmaster.

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    Wonder what this means AFLX could be bet on . WWE not LOL .

  • +1 vote

    I've been subscribed to the WWE Network for almost a year (initially for this event itself). I stayed subscribed purely for the classic content (80s and 90s), yet I keep re watching various raws, smackdowns and ppvs from 99-2002. I stopped following the WWE religiously in 2007, would still watch the occasional ppv…. would buy WrestleMania on dvd each year (well except 29, I refuse to own it!). Funnily enough it was easy to keep semi up to date skimming through resulrs and dirt sheets every now and then.

    • +2 votes

      Attitude 90s era was the golden age with Stone Cold and Rock and original DX. Since it went to WWE it was boring. I wouldnt pay for it but would watch it for free

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    Legend! ThNks!