Be Prepared for a Muscular, Sweaty Soap Opera as the WWE Network Launches on Xbox One

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Finally, the WWE Network has come to Xbox One.

Two months after the WWE Network has launched on WWE.com, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Android, iOS, Apple TV, Roku and Kindle Fire, the Xbox One has finally added the Netflix-esque, wrestling-streaming service. The Xbox Wire has announced the launch of the WWE's 24/7 video network on the Xbox One.

The WWE Network offers live programming of WWE's pay-per-view events as they broadcast live along with original programming starring famous wrestlers from today and of previous generations. The service also gives users access to every WWE's pay-per-view event ever made, along with the pay-per-views done by the other, subsidiary companies WWE has purchased over the years, such as ECW, WCW and the smaller, regional wrestling territories such as WCCW.

We suggest our readers to check out the recent addition of Wrestlemania XXX, which features Brock Lesnar fighting the Undertaker and Daniel Bryan finally winning the gold by beating the likes of Batista, Randy Orton and Triple H.

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