Watch WWE events live online anywhere with a VPN
WWE events happen all throughout the year. Whether you’re looking to watch Survivor Series, Rumble, Smack Down, or more, you can do so using a VPN or Kodi.

To watch online, the official WWE Network offers live streams of every event and over 6,000 hours of on-demand video. New users can get one free month of free viewing if they sign up with a credit card or PayPal account. After that, a subscription costs $9.99 per month.

In most countries (Canada is a notable exception), WWE Network is available without the need to spoof the user’s location with a VPN or some other proxy. However, not all devices are supported in all countries, so be sure to check on the support page.

When watching through Kodi, you’ll need to come across a varied mixture of official and unofficial addons. The add-ons we mention in this guide specifically focus on legal, official options for watching WWE on Kodi. We also explore more about the type of third-party add-ons you might find that offer “free” WWE content on Kodi and explore these in more detail.

How to use a VPN to live stream WWE Survivor Series

Should your device and country combination not be available, you might need to employ a VPN. A VPN, or virtual private network, encrypts all the internet traffic traveling to and from a device while also routing it through a remote server in a location of the user’s choosing. This makes it appear as though the user is watching from a country where watching WWE Network is supported.

VPN setup with a reputable provider like IPVanish is simple. Just register an account, download and install the app, choose the server location, and connect. Now when you go to the website or app, you should be able to watch normally.

If your VPN provider’s app doesn’t support your device, most VPN providers have instructions on their websites for manual configuration. If your device doesn’t support VPNs at all, you can set it up on your home wifi router, or use a laptop to create a virtual router and connect through that.

When it comes to streaming through Kodi, however, your concerns are more privacy and security-related. Kodi add-ons can be hijacked and used for man-in-the-middle attacks that allow the hacker to spy on your streaming activities and even access your hard drive. Add-ons can be highly unsafe, even legitimate add-ons installed from official repositories.

A VPN like IPVanish anonymizes your data connection and makes it so that man-in-the-middle attacks are impossible to accomplish through Kodi add-ons. Whether you’re using Kodi on a computer or an Amazon Fire TV device, using a VPN will encrypt your data.

Watch WWE Replays on Kodi

Want to catch some great replay action? You can connect to YouTube on the Kodi media player and watch your favorite WWE events. Kodi provides users with a large number of plugins, known as add-ons, that can connect you to live TV streaming and on-demand streaming content, including the YouTube add-on.

Click here to learn more about Kodi direct from the source: the XBMC Foundation, which developers and runs Kodi.

Also check out our guide on the best sports Kodi add-ons for more details.

Unofficial Kodi add-ons for WWE live streaming

You may encounter some lists which include methods to live stream WWE games for free on Kodi. Usually, this involves downloading and installing unofficial third-party add-ons to access pirated streams, something we do not condone or recommend. Those lists may include:


What is it? SportsDevil is a popular live TV Kodi add-on that focuses primarily on pulling in sports broadcasts. SportsDevil works by accessing pirate sites that host streams to various channels and displaying that content in Kodi.

Why should you avoid it? SportsDevil provides no legal streaming options. We do not recommend SportsDevil for WWE events, as none of the events you find here will be delivered legally.

Pro Sport

What is it? Pro Sport is a Kodi add-on that provides a similar function to SportsDevil for Kodi users. While not as popular or widely used as SportsDevil, Pro Sport does provide Kodi users access to similar content.

Why should you avoid it? As with SportsDevil, Pro Sport accesses pirated content. None of the providers listed in Pro Sport have given the sites it’s streaming from the right to rebroadcast that content. We do not recommend Pro Sport for WWE events, as this add-on does not utilize legitimate streaming sources.

cCloud TV

What is it? cCloud TV is one of the largest live TV add-ons available for Kodi. cCloud gives users access to thousands of different live TV channels from across the globe. It offers up these channels through a crowdsourcing method.

Why should you avoid it? The majority of streams available through cCloud TV are pirated. You may find legal streams on cCloud, but these will primarily be ones from international services that do not require rebroadcasting rights. We do not recommend cCloud TV for those trying to stream WWE events, as those streams will be pirated.

If you see these add-ons listed as a possible means to circumvent copyright law, it is best to avoid them.