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WrestleMania 36: How to watch the WWE extravaganza online from anywhere

At a time when the world could do with some WWE escapism, this weekend’s WrestleMania 36 looks set to serve up an unprecedented helping of grapple action. Read on to find out how to watch all the action, no matter where in the world you are with our WrestleMania 36 live stream guide.

Thanks to the coronavirus, it’s set to be the first Wrestlemania in WWE history to be held behind closed doors. In another first for the annual showpiece, its set to be held over two nights as well as taking place across a number of different locations, including the WWE’s very own Performance Center in Orlando. On top of all of that, almost all of the action has been taped in advance.


A number of big names have been forced to pull out, including Roman Reigns who had been due to Goldberg in a Universal Title clash, and Andrade, but otherwise the show must go on and and there’s a pretty stacked bill to look forward to.

The headline act is a WWE Championship showdown between current title-holder Brock Lesnar and Drew McIntyre. Other highlights include a Boneyard brawl face-off between The Undertaker and AJ Styles and a tasty old school showdown between Edge and Randy Orton.

Becky Lynch will be putting her Raw women’s championship on the line against Shayna Baszler, while former New England Patriots star Rob Gronkowski is set to host.

Read on for full details on how to stream WrestleMania 36, no matter where you are in the world with our guide below.

WrestleMania 36 – Where and when

WrestleMania 36 will take place this weekend over two nights – Saturday April 4 and Sunday April 5. The action is set to kick off at 7pm ET, 4pm PT both days for fans in the US and Canada.That means a midnight (12am) BST for wrestling fans in the UK and a 9am AEST morning in Australia. We’re expecting 2-3 hours of action each night.

WrestleMania 36 online from outside your country

We have details for how US, UK, Australian and Canadian wrasslin’ fans can watch the action further down in this guide. If you’re intent on watching WrestleMania 36, but find yourself away from home in a country, then you’ll almost certainly run into problems when trying to stream your local coverage of the event as it’s likely to be geo-blocked.

That’s where a VPN (Virtual Private Network) can be a lifesaver. They allow you to virtually change the ISP of your laptop, tablet or mobile to one that’s back in your home country, letting you watch as if you were back there.

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How to watch WrestleMania 36 using the WWE Network

The best bet for any self-respecting wrestling fan looking to watch this weekend’s event is to go sign up to WWE Network. The WWE’s very own streaming subsrciption service has the most comprehensive coverage of WrestleMania 36, plus future PPV events. On top of all that, the service also gives you a huge on-demand library featuring every PPV put on by the WWE, WCW and ECW.

There’s dedicated WWE Network apps for iOS and Android, PlayStation, Xbox, Apple TV, Roku and Smart TVs and the service is available in just about every region of the world. The service is priced at $9.99 in the US and £9.99 in the UK, but if you’re sitting on the fence there’s a free one month trial of the service available right now.

Stream WrestleMania 36 in the USA

If you’re in the US and WWE Network isn’t for you, then pay-per-view providers such as Dish and Xfinity are also showing WrestleMania 36 on TV, however there’s a pretty hefty asking price watching this way and will set you back between $59.99-$69.99.

Stream WrestleMania 36 in Canada

It’s a similar story across the border – BellMTS, Shaw and SaskTel customers can all order WrestleMania 36 via Pay Per View for a similar price point to the US. Therefore thrifty wrestling fans are advised to go sign up to WWE Network.

How to stream WrestleMania 36 in the UK

After decades of being broadcast in the UK on Sky, BT Sport now hold the rights to WWE in the UK, including pay per view events. The good news is that at £19.95, the asking price isn’t quite as exorbitant as other territories, however BT aren’t offering up the event as a live stream online.

As ever, use a VPN to watch the WWE like you normally would in the UK if you happen to find yourself abroad for WrestleMania 36.

Stream WrestleMania 36 in Australia

If you’re Down Under and don’t fancy signing up to WWE Network, then you have the alternative option of buying the PPV via Foxtel’s Main Event channel which will set you back $30.

WrestleMania 36: The full card

  • Brock Lesnar (c) vs. Drew McIntyre
  • Goldberg (c) vs. TBC
  • Edge vs. Randy Orton
  • The Undertaker vs. AJ Styles
  • Sami Zayn (c) vs. Daniel Bryan
  • Kevin Owens vs. Seth Rollins
  • Bayley (c) vs. Sasha Banks vs. Lacey Evans vs. Tamina vs. Naomi
  • Aleister Black vs. Bobby Lashley
  • The Street Profits (c) vs. Austin Theory & Angel Garza
  • Elias vs. Baron Corbin
  • The Miz & John Morrison (c) vs. The New Day vs. The Usos
  • Otis vs. Dolph Ziggler
  • The Kabuki Warriors (c) vs. Alexa Bliss & Nikki Cross


Everything we know about the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20+ so far

While Samsung has yet to address when they are going to host their next Unpacked event, leakers have done an apt job of revealing details about the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20+ bit by bit over the last few weeks. Let’s take a look at everything we know about the phones so far until the official announcement or any confirmation from Samsung.Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20+ get an early UnpackedLet’s take a deep dive into the various aspects of the device, and see what we can look forward to with the new flagship devices.DisplayIn our initial coverage of the display, it was noted that the screen size has been bumped up from the original size boasted by the Note 10 and Note 10+.Here is a refresher on those specs:Samsung Galaxy Note 20:Resolution of 2345 x 1084 at 404 ppi, an aspect ratio of 19.5:9the phone will run on a 60Hz refresh rate with LTPS (Low-temperature polycrystalline silicon).Screen size will be 6.42″, with the Note 10 being 6.3″Samsung Galaxy Note 20+:Resolution of 3096x 1444 at 497 ppi, an aspect ratio of 19.3:9the phone will also feature 120Hz refresh rate with LTPO (Low-Temperature Polycrystalline Oxid) It helps reduce power consumption in OLED powered devices.Screen size will be 6.87″, with the Note 10+ being 6.8″Both phones will also see the return of the punch hole at the top-center of the phone.RAM and ROMIn a video interview between YouTuber Greggles TV and David Ross, the source for the display leaks, Ross stated that both phones will have a base RAM of 16 Gigabytes. While he didn’t have any comments on ROM we can safely assume that the phone could come in 128, 256, and 512 Gigabyte variants.BatteryContinuing from the above video interview, David Ross confirmed that the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20+ will have a battery ranging between 4000 to 5000 mAh. The Samsung Galaxy Note 20+ will have a bigger battery capacity than the Samsung Galaxy Note 20.Fingerprint sensorDavid Ross also confirmed that the two phones would use the new phones will use Qualcomm’s second-gen 3D Sonic Max fingerprint reader technology, which enables two fingerprints to be read simultaneously on the display.The technology was in its prime at the time of the Galaxy S20, but it has made a lot of progress and can be implemented in the Note 20 series with ease.CamerasThis is where we have seen a great deal of new information come pouring in. While we can’t put a figure on the megapixels or the sensors being used in either phone, some leaked renders have shown the camera placement on the back.So far we only know the details of the main sensor, it will be exclusive to the Samsung Galaxy Note 20+ and use the new 108-megapixel HM1 sensor, but there will be an additional sensor to help in boosting the focus issue.Galaxy Note20 + will still use 108mp HM1, but add a new sensor to assist in focusing and completely solve the focusing problem.— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) May 19, 2020Max Weinbach also takes a guess at what each camera at the back could be:From the looks of it, it looks like wide, ultra wide, and periscope telephoto but also a flash and a mic but I have no idea what that big square is. Maybe that sensor @UniverseIce was talking about for autofocus assist?— Max Weinbach (@MaxWinebach) May 20, 2020Unfortunately, Space Zoom, a prominent feature of the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra, will not be a feature of the either Samsung Galaxy Note phone.Note20 series no longer retains 100X zoom function— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) May 19, 2020Just like the details on the back camera, there are currently no details on the front camera.The Look Here is a first render of what the phone could look like. Front and back.Galaxy Note20. pic.twitter.com/g9agV6U7NN— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) May 19, 2020In a follow-up tweet, Ice universe mentions that the bezels on the front won’t be that thick on the finished product, the bezels are just a rough design preview.Don't believe its bezel, just a rough design preview.— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) May 19, 2020How many phones will there beDavid Ross confirmed that the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and the Samsung Galaxy Note 20+ are the only phones in the family of devices.The Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra is going to be the Samsung Galaxy Fold 20 that can be revealed before, during, or after the Note 20 series is revealed.With all that said and done, let us know what you think of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20+ so far. Have you seen enough to warrant a purchase? Or are you waiting for more? Let us know in the comments section below!

Huawei launches Honor X10 5G for just $300

Huawei on Wednesday announced its Honor X10 5G smartphone. Key among the features are the Kirin chipset, plenty of RAM, a 90Hz refresh rate display, and a triple-camera setup. All for under $300.Huawei Honor X10 5G – a great all-rounder, with one catchThe Huawei Honor X10 5G has been revealed and it looks like a very promising phone on the surface.Let’s take a look at the specifications of the Huawei Honor X10 5G:6.63″ full HD+ LCD display (2400 x 1080) w/ 90Hz refresh rate, 2.5D curved glassKirin 820 processor with 5G support6GB/8GB of LPDDR4X RAM64GB/128GB storage with microSD expansion card slot (256GB)Android 10 with HONOR Magic UI 3.1.14,300mAh battery w/ fast-chargingUSB-C portBluetooth 5.1Power and lock button doubles as a fingerprint sensorBack cameras:40-megapixel (Sony IMX600 sensor) main camera8-megapixel ultra-wide camera2-megapixel macro cameraFront camera: 16-megapixel pop-up cameraColors: Black, Orange, Silver, BlueThe Huawei Honor X10 5G will come in the following variants and respective pricing:64GB + 6GB – $267128GB + 6GB – $309128GB + 8GB – $337The phone is expected to launch in China on May 26 and will release in Europe shortly after.The Huawei Honor X10 5G has some very solid specifications, particularly in the camera department. The added support for 5G bands means that it also makes this a great choice for an entry-level 5G phone.With the growth of 5G in countries like China, Europe, and North America, smartphone users will increasingly look for 5G modems in phones.What are your thoughts on the phone? Let us know in the comments section below!

Opinion: Google needs to replace OnePlus as king of sub-$700 smartphones

Google has struggled to find a real foothold in the mobile smartphone market. The company has muddled its way through four generations of the “flagship” Pixel line. Each has been a compelling device but they’re usually hindered by head-scratching compromises that lead to putrid sales numbers.Conversely, OnePlus has seen almost the opposite trajectory. The Chinese-based fan favorite has found real success by giving users most of what they want without breaking the bank.As we hit the middle of 2020 you might be able to argue that OnePlus has left Google with an opportunity. Given the cost of the OnePlus 8 Pro is up some 34% over the previous models, it’s not quite the value it once was.At $899, the OP 8 Pro is priced at a premium level for the first time and by doing so, OnePlus may have overstretched its historical consumer base. Hell, the OnePlus One was only $299.The 8 Pro is still cheaper than the Galaxy S20+, but it’s a huge jump for people loyal to the OnePlus brand. Google needs to capitalize on this to finally make a serious push with the Pixel 5.There are already a plethora of rumors pointing to Google making a shift from premium specs to more of a “Goldilocks” approach with a Qualcomm 765 series processor instead of the more hungry 865 chipsets. Google needs to pair this mindset with an awesome marketing push and a reasonable price to replace OnePlus in the $649 to $699 price range.Price matters more in 2020Price and marketing matter more than most realize and Google has missed this to date on every Pixel. Yes, you’ll see ads the first few weeks after launch but those have quickly faded in the past. Google has to be more like Apple and Samsung than maybe it wants. People should see the ads so much that they get sick of them.Pricing is the Pixels other sore point. The line has been consistently expensive for the compromises in hardware.Those consumers that do nab the phone on day one are often quickly insulted by massive discounts within weeks of release. Why bother messing around? Just launch at $649 for the Pixel 5 and put the XL at $699.OnePlus has a solid blueprint for Google to follow: stick to the basics. Make a good phone and price appropriately. Then you’ll build a solid base of users.Without those faithful users, you can’t win anything. You can’t ask for nearly $1,000 without proving your loyalty first. Loyalty is built on trust and so far Google hasn’t shown it can consistently do that. It’s time for a change.Google, please don’t alienate or anger your early adopters. These loyalists want your phone enough to pre-order them or rush to buy in the first week. You’re essentially punching them in the gut when you discount in the ensuing month.Google needs a similar approach to smartphones as it’s taken with smart speakers. That is, let the discount win.You are one of the few who can afford it and recover that in services and Search. Starting with a premium price and struggling to sell in volume ultimately ends with the same loss when discounts take place. Why not hedge that on the front-end and simply lower the price and at least win the market share with a more competitive price?After doing this you can follow the same trend of OnePlus. Gradually start adding fit and finish. Increase the integration and specs back to the premium model prices.Once you have the loyalty of several generations of consumers, you’ve earned the right to ask for a larger amount of cash as you iterate and add value.Google has a chance to pivot with the Pixel 5, but it will take a much more focused effort by the team at Mountain View to make this a successful launch. The company has to learn from its past mistakes and attack past failures.A phone can be a flagship without being premium. OnePlus has proven it for years now. Users care about experience, ecosystem, and value. Google has two of those covered but has to reassert the value angle of the Pixel line. OnePlus has left a real opening and the Pixel 5 should capitalize on this shift in the market.

Snag a shelter-in-place kit for as low as $40

We might be two months into a stay-at-home or shelter-in-place global pandemic but that doesn’t mean it’s too late to stock up on the right supplies. Indeed, you can always do right by yourself by purchasing a few essential tools.Rather than going to different outlets or stores to track down things that may or may not be in stock, do yourself a solid and buy a ready-made bundle.Right now you can pick up a shelter-in-place care bundle for as low as $40 from the AndroidGuys Deals Store. Discounted by about half its normal price, you’ll get the following items in the Starter Pack:3-ply masks (10 pack)2 ounce hand sanitizer (2 pack)Touch n Go keys (2 pack)For just $25 more you can go for the Popular Pack ($64.99) and add a UV sanitation light bar to the kit. It’s an inexpensive way to quickly sanitize your home surfaces, jewelry, phone, and more.At $129.99, the Pro Pack has all of the aforementioned items plus a phone sanitizer. Not only does it clean your portable gadgets and items, but it can also wirelessly charge your phone while cleaning it.Best SellersEarn Credits!For every $25 you spend in the AG Deals Store you get $1 credit added to your account. And, if you refer the deal via social media or an email that results in a purchase, you’ll earn $10 credit in your account.First Time Buying?If this is your first time buying, you are also eligible for 10% discount! Just be sure to subscribe for email updates.Free StuffNot looking to spend any money today? No worries. You can still visit the AndroidGuys section for freebies and pick something anyhow.