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Top 5 pro-wrestling streaming servicesIf you can't get enough squared circle action, you should check out these sites.
These are the Top 5 Pro-Wrestling Streaming Services. You know what's weird, we've noticed that some of our audience is really into pro-wrestling. Today let's talk about the best wrestling streaming services. For this, I called an outside expert, Andrew Zarian for some help. He hosts a great wrestling podcast called Mat Men And he subscribes to all of the services we're about to talk about, so let's go. At number 5, ROH, Ring of Honor is great for it's archived content. Some of the biggest stars you've probably seen on WWE come out of ROH, including Daniel Bryant, back when he went by his real name, Brain Danielson. [MUSIC] The service costs about $8 per month. There's even a free tier that gives you access to current episodes of ROH TV. At number four HIGHSPOTS. This online streaming service costs about $10 per month. For that price, you get content from a number of independent wrestling promotions, like PWG, and CZW. [MUSIC] It also has interview shows like The Kevin Steen Show. Kevin Steen is now better known as Kevin Owens in WWE. At number three is FloSlam. FloSlam is a relatively new player in the wrestling streaming world. At $20 per month, it's pretty pricey. However, it is still building out and has some live content from promotions like Evolve. Some people you see in WWE rings right now came from Evolve. And number two, NJPW World. New Japan is arguably the world's number two wrestling promotion. It's streaming service costs roughly $9 per month and you get access to tons of archives, plus live streams of its shows. It's the only place you're going to see Kenny Omega and Kazuchika Okada's insane match from Wrestle Kingdom 11. One quibble, this site is a bit difficult to navigate for non-Japanese speakers. I asked you guys on Twitter what wrestling streaming services are worth getting. And lots of people, including Mike, mentioned the FITE TV app which actually covers wrestling, boxing and MMA. George let us know about demandprogress which I'd like to check out. Thanks for the responses. On to number one! And the number one wrestling streaming service is the WWE Network. The biggest wrestling company in the business has the best wrestling streaming service. Throughout the years, WWE amassed a huge library of video content from WCW, ECW, the AWA and WCCW. You get access to those archives on the network, plus You get every live WWE pay-per-view including wrestle mania for $9.99 per month. Big thanks to Ed Razeron, check out his podcast including Matt Mack at gfqnetwork.com. I'm Iyaz, turning up for you online.