WWE Battleground is one of the newest pay-per-views they put on. This event has had two showings and is currently getting its third. This Event will take place Sunday, July 19th, 2015 on the WWE Network. Since it’s being shown on the WWE Network, a site that is available in certain regions including the USA, I would suggest a VPN if you plan on traveling outside of its specified regions during this event. The VPN will help you access WWE Battleground by changing your IP address to an IP another region.
How to use a VPN to stream WWE Battleground
- Start by signing up for ExpressVPN which includes a 30-day risk-free money-back guarantee.
- Download and install the ExpressVPN app on your desktop or mobile device.
- You can also use their MediaStreamer service on game console or set top box.
- Connect to a VPN server in the US to watch on Peacock.
- Cheer your favorite wrestler’s as they go for the takedown.
One of the reasons for the WWE’s success is the larger than life characters it has had through the years. Great names from the past like Jimmy Snuka, Hulk Hogan, Andre the Giant, Captain Lou Albano, Junkyard Dog, and even Rowdy Roddy Piper, have all added to the popularity of the WWE. There was even a Saturday morning cartoon show in the 1980s called Hulk Hogan’s Rock and Wrestling that featured the wrestlers, and sketches like you see on the wrestling shows. Due to the time it took to produce the cartoon, the wrestlers’ voices were not actually used.
In 1985, the CEO of the WWE held the first wrestling Pay Per View event called WrestleMania. At the time, many people thought a Pay Per View wrestling event was risky. That did not stop Vince McMahon from trying, though. WrestleMania became huge, and had quite a few well known celebrities join in the fun. That led McMahon to try other Pay Per View events.
Through the years, the WWE has had many different wrestling events on Pay Pay Per View, each of them with their own set of rules. Though some of them have stayed the same, Vince McMahon has moved many of the events through the years. The number of events held in one year has ranged from 13 to 6, depending on the year. Anyone that watches wrestling knows that McMahon likes to keep things fresh. Really though, when ratings start dropping off, he will make a small change and rebrand the event or just create a new one.
The WWE Battleground started in 2013 in Buffalo, New York. That year, it had the iconic main event match between Randy Orton and Daniel Bryan for the vacant WWE Championship. This main event left the two superstars beaten up to the point that neither person won. This lead to the next event having the two superstars battle in a Cell with Shawn Michaels as the special referee. In 2014 Battleground was in Tampa Bay, Florida. It featured the main event with champion John Cena defending his title against Roman Reigns, Kane, and Randy Orton in a Fatal four-way match. This grueling 18 minutes and 15 seconds long match had John Cena barely win by pinning Kane.
Overall WWE Battleground has some epic main events and is still pretty new. The WWE Network is showing this event July 15th, 2015. This streaming service is only in certain areas including the USA. I really like WWE Battleground and I think you will too.
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