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List of cable and satellite providers airing WrestleMania 35 on traditional PPV

While WrestleMania will air on the WWE Network as part of your $9.99 monthly subscription or free if you’re a first-time subscriber, there are still thousands of people who opt to get it through the “old fashioned” pay-per-view way.

Maybe it’s because there’s not high-speed internet at their location or simply because they don’t want to subscribe to the WWE Network. Thankfully for them, several providers still offer WrestleMania on the traditional pay-per-view format.

In the United States, cable and satellite providers which will be offering WrestleMania on PPV tomorrow include Cable One, Cox Communications, DISH, inDemand, Knology, Mediacom, Cablevision, RCN, Spectrum, Suddenlink, Verizon FiOS TV, and Comcast Xfinity.

DirecTV, which has officially told us that they will not carry the show, has the WrestleMania entry on their PPV ordering screen so it looks like they will be offering it after all.

In the UK, Italy, and Germany, Sky will carry the show. Canada will have it on Bell TV, SaskTel, Shaw, and Viewers Choice. Foxtel and Optus will show WrestleMania on PPV in Australia while Ten Sports will show it in India.

Otherwise, simply head to http://w-o.it/wwentwrk to activate your 30-day free trial and get WrestleMania for free!

Colin Vassallohttps://www.wrestling-online.com
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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