best WWE Kodi addons

If you’re a wrestling fan looking for WWE Kodi addons, it can be hard to find ones that work. Many addons that used to be popular carried pirated links and were shut down by lawsuits. Others stream from legal sources but produce nothing but error messages. So where can a wrestling fan go to watch WWE through Kodi?

Today, we’ll reveal the best Kodi addons for streaming WWE matches. We’ll also let you know about a few that are better off avoided thanks to the legal and security issues they present.

Warning: Kodi should only be used for content to which you have the legal right to access. Neither the Kodi Foundation nor Comparitech advocates the use of Kodi for piracy.

Always use a VPN with Kodi

We strongly recommend using a Virtual Private Network (VPN) any time you stream. These services encrypt your internet traffic, preventing your Internet Service Provider from throttling your connection or selling details of your browsing habits to advertisers. Additionally, they mitigate some of the risk that comes with installing Kodi addons by protecting against Man-in-the-Middle attacks and, sometimes, malware.

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The best WWE Kodi addons

Below, you’ll find a list of addons that allow you to stream WWE directly from Kodi. Crucially these all use properly licensed sources and have been vetted by the Kodi community, meaning they’re much less likely to be taken down or hijacked. Let’s jump right in:


Hulu addon

If you’re in the US, this is far and away the best Kodi addon for streaming WWE. Once you’ve signed up for a standard Hulu account ($7.99 USD per month), you can stream both Monday Night Raw and Friday Night Smackdown the day after they air.

Alternatively, if you’d rather watch live, you can! However, you’ll need a Hulu with Live TV subscription, which costs $69.99 per month. This addon also fully supports Kodi’s program guide, so you can see what’s airing later as well.

You can find the Hulu addon in the SlyGuy repository.

Kayo Sports

Kayo sports kodi addon

Cord-cutters in Australia can easily stream WWE via Kodi. Just install this addon, log in with your Kayo account ($25 AUD per month, following a two-week free trial), and get started! You’ll be able to watch Raw, Smackdown, and NXT, among other shows, and can even watch live if you’d like.

Kayo Sports is included in the SlyGuy repo.


Binge addon kodi

It’s also possible to watch WWE on Binge if you don’t have cable. Prices start at $10 AUD per month, though you’ll have to be in Australia (or using an Australian VPN server) to actually watch anything.

As well as on-demand replays of Raw and Smackdown, Binge allows you to stream WWE Network live. In other words, you could stream wrestling 24/7 if you felt like it!

The Binge Kodi addon is available from the SlyGuy repository.

Foxtel Go

foxtel go kodi addon

If you’re a Foxtel TV customer, you don’t actually need any of the streaming services above to watch WWE live. Instead, just log into the Foxtel Go addon to continue watching all of your usual TV channels through Kodi.

Foxtel TV is included in the SlyGuy repository.


YouTube Kodi addon

YouTube isn’t the best place if you’re looking to stream recent matches, but there really isn’t anywhere with more short-form wrestling content. The official WWE channel regularly uploads interviews with the stars, highlights from recent shows, and replays from older events.

What’s more, there are thousands of creators covering WWE in every language you can imagine. Whether you’re looking for a breakdown of storylines, an in-depth look at a particularly flashy move, or just speculation on what could happen next, you’ll have plenty of options.

There is a little bit of setup required to get this addon running. Don’t worry, though: we’ve written a whole post that’ll explain how to install YouTube on Kodi in just a few minutes.

You’ll find this addon in the official Kodi repo.

WWE addons to stay away from

You’ll often find people discussing the best places to stream WWE on Kodi, but not all of their recommendations use properly-licensed sources. Additionally, they usually won’t offer live streams. If you find that an addon somehow manages to offer every movie you can think of, as well as free replays (even for WWE pay-per-view events), it’s highly likely that you’re using a piracy addon such as The Crew or Homelander.

Aside from the legal risks that these addons present, we urge you to consider the risk to your system. Piracy addons are frequently repackaged with malware as hackers know there’s a huge audience out there. Additionally, they’re almost always taken offline by lawsuits sooner or later, and as such are a poor replacement for official streams.

Streaming wrestling on Kodi: FAQs

Can I watch wrestling on Kodi for free?

There are a few legitimate Kodi addons that’ll let you watch wrestling for free. YouTube, for instance, has quite a bit of content, and Plex has a whole channel dedicated to Impact Wrestling.

However, if you’re looking to stream recent WWE matches, you’ll need a subscription to a paid service like Hulu, Binge, or Kayo Sports. Additionally, you’ll still have to pay to view PPV events like Wrestlemania.

Is there a BT Sport Kodi addon?

Unfortunately, at the time of writing, there’s no official BT Sports addon for Kodi. This means that British users don’t have a way to stream WWE, UFC, or Champions League matches directly.

Is it possible to stream AEW on Kodi?

If you’d like to watch AEW matches on Kodi, you’ll need a Hulu with Live TV account. These cost $69.99 USD per month, but will allow you to sign into the Hulu addon included in the SlyGuy repo. Once logged in, users can live stream TNT and TBS, the two channels broadcasting AEW in the US.

In Australia, AEW matches are shown on ESPN instead. You can stream this channel with a Kayo or Binge account (if you don’t have cable) or sign into Foxtel Go with your Foxtel account if you’re an existing customer. All three of these addons are available from the SlyGuy repo.