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You can now stream WWE Network wrestling on your Xbox One

Dana Wollman, @danawollman
April 30, 2014
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We already knew WWE was bringing live-streaming of its wrestling matches to the Xbox One (and pretty much every other device you might have in your living room). For whatever reason, though, streaming wasn't actually available on the Xbox One back in February, when WWE first made the announcement. In any case, better late than never, right? The company just issued a press release letting us know it's finally opened up shop on Microsoft's new console. As promised, the service costs $10 a month with a six-month commitment, and brings access to live events, as well as videos on demand (think: classics). That's a small price to pay to watch Hulk Hogan body slam Andre the Giant over and over again.

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