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Beyond the Network: Wrestling Streaming Options



A few weeks ago, we discussed how the WWE Network changed the face of the WWE as well as the method for distribution for the entire industry. Video On Demand has long been apart of indies (even before the network), but this ‘over-the-top’ monthly subscription is a direct result of the WWE’s paradigm shift. Now you can stay up to date on small North American companies like Beyond or international juggernauts like New Japan Pro Wrestling. While we don’t have the money to subscribe to all of them, we decided to put together a list of the most notable streaming services we were able to find. This list isn’t entire comprehensive, so let us know if we missed any that you’d like to see added!

CompanyServiceRundownPrice Range
Ring of HonorRingsideWeekly TV and VOD Event Archive dating back to 2002 through 2015Free – $59.99/year
ChikaraChikaratopiaBroadcast Channel with live events coming soon. Plus HD VOD content dating back to 2002$7.99/month
New Japan Pro WrestlingNew Japan WorldEvery NJPW event live plus archive of events dating back to 1975999 Yen (About $9.99USD)
High SpotsHighspots.tvUnder construction but expect content from various indies all over AmericaTBD
BeyondBeyonDemandRaw footage and full shows, past and present$9.99/month
CZWCZW StudiosLatest events with 800 hour archive$9.99/month
AIWAIW ArchivesMainly archive of before-they-were stars content, full DVDs, CAPW archive$7.99/month
ICWICW On DemandCurrent content and archive dating back to 2013$6.99/month
Revolution Pro WrestlingRPWOnDemandLargely archival with occasional new content$8.49/month

We haven’t had the opportunity to try all of these services yet, so in no way is this post an endorsement of any of these. The only one we currently have is Chiakratopia and that’s been a real treat, diving in to the long mythology of the organization. We do intend on subscribing to New Japan World soon. We’ll spend some time reviewing each in the near future. If you have any feedback on any of the above, we’d love to hear from you on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter!


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