It's going down tonight. OK, technically speaking Wrestlemania 35 started going down on Saturday night when a Rasta-clad fan crashed the stage and tacked Brett "The Hitman" Hart, ignoring the fact that dude is (a) a stroke survivor, (b) a cancer survivor, (c) in his 60s and (d) himself a wrestler surrounded by tons (literally and figuratively) other wrestlers.
This is probably the best angle of the incident involving a fan (and I use that term loosely) attacking Bret Hart. Disgusting. This guy deserved everything he got in the aftermath. Glad to hear Bret was OK and able to resume his speech. #WWEHOFhttps://t.co/6j1Rf8pkMb pic.twitter.com/pXwDdcIo6s— Chamatkar Sandhu (@SandhuMMA) April 7, 2019
Scary, indeed. Not to mention monumentally stupid. But it's also not the Westlemania 35 main event. That'd be Ronda Rousey, Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair for the Raw Women's Championship. It's the first time (and about time!) that a women's match gets top billing, and it's one that wrestling fans of all stripes are going to want to catch.
On the men's side, Brock Lesnar and Seth Rollins are vying for the Universal Championship. And Roman Reigns returns post-leukemia scare to face Drew McIntyre.
The whole thing kicks off officially at 7 p.m. Eastern (that's 4 p.m. on the West Coast), and you can see it on the WWE Network. And even better is that if you're not yet a subscriber you can hit 'em up for that free one-month trial and watch Wrestlemania 35 for free.
If you're somehow new to the WWE Network, here's what all you have to look forward to in addition to tonight's event:
- Every live WWE event, including WCW and ECW
- A ridiculous amount of on-demand content
- Weekly in-ring shows like NXT
- WWE documentaries and reality shows
- Replays of RAW and SmackDown
And you can watch on pretty much any device you can think of. Android phones. iPhones and iPads. Roku. Apple TV. Amazon Fire TV. PlayStation. Xbox. Android TV. Smart TVs from Panasonic, Samsung, Sony, LG and more.
Only one thing left to do, right? Snag that free WWE Network trial before things get crazy tonight.
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