Watch the WWE in the Philippines Through These Platforms

Here’s How You Can Watch the WWE in the Philippines

Whether it’s via streaming or pay TV, WWE fans in the Philippines have a fair share of platforms to watch their favorite wrestlers compete!

Since WrestleMania 40, it’s been clear that WWE is in a fresh start of sorts, from Cody Rhodes finally winning the WWE Championship to homegrown legend Triple H showing his full potential as the franchise’s chief creative officer. 

Fortunately, WWE fans in the Philippines will be able to witness this new era unfold.

Here’s our guide on how to watch the WWE in the Philippines, whether you’re a new fan or someone who’s gotten back with the inner child who once loved John Cena, The Undertaker, The Rock, and more! 

How you can tune in

Currently, the WWE holds weekly shows through its Smackdown, Raw, and developmental brand NXT, alongside pay-per-views like SummerSlam, the Royal Rumble, and of course, WrestleMania. 

In the Philippines, WWE fans may watch weekly shows live through Tap Sports, which is available on Cignal pay television plans, and its streaming platform CignalPlay! Alternatively, Tap Sports is also offered through BlastTV, its parent company’s own streaming service

According to their digital programming, Tap Sports airs Smackdown live every Saturday, and Raw every Monday from 8:00 to 10:00 AM in Philippine time. WWE developmental brand NXT airs live every Wednesday from 8:00 to 10:30 AM, also in local time. 

If you’re busy in the mornings, Tap Sports also airs replays every night. For instance a Raw replay airs at 8:00 to 10:00 PM on Monday, with a second broadcast at 12 midnight to 2 AM on Tuesdays. 

Meanwhile, fans can watch WWE pay-per-views in the Philippines through Disney Plus, which recently aired Backlash 2024 in Lyon, France. Before this, the streaming platform also carried WrestleMania 40, alongside preceding PPVs like Elimination Chamber, and the Royal Rumble. 

Disney Plus also broadcasted WrestleMania 39 the year before, with some prior PPVs in that year’s Royal Rumble and Survivor Series: War Games.

With a fair amount of platforms, it’s safe to say that WWE fans will be able to watch a bright, new era unfold all the way here in the Philippines. 

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