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ESPN’s WWE: Behind The Curtain finds its way online for streaming

The E:60 presentation of WWE: Behind The Curtain found its way online after someone uploaded it on the popular video sharing website Vid.me.

The much-praised one hour documentary aired in the United States on ESPN on Tuesday night but it did not air anywhere else in the world, leaving WWE fans scrambling to find a copy of it online. The ESPN website did not even archive the documentary for its subscribers but it’s replaying it on May 9 at 1:30AM and 5PM on ESPN 2, May 12 at 9PM on ESPN, and May 31 at 11AM on ESPN 2.

Produced by Ben Houser, edited by Matt McCormick, with field reporting from Jeremy Schaap, WWE: Behind The Curtain showed an unprecedented access behind the scenes at the making of WWE Superstars at NXT and the WWE Performance Center. It was filmed over a period of two years.

The uploaded copy of the documentary has over 53,000 plays already and you can see it below. Please note that this video could be taken down at any moment without notice. Wrestling-Online.com is not hosting the video. (Thanks to Bob Magee for replay schedule)

 

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Colin Vassallo
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Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

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