What time does WrestleMania 37 start today? TV schedule to watch WWE on Night 1 and Night 2

WrestleMania 37 is just too big for one night.

WWE likes to do things bigger, louder and more obnoxiously than anyone else, so it’s no surprise that last year’s WrestleMania was the first of — presumably — a new wave of WrestleMania events taking place over two nights.

While shows in years past have gotten to the point of nausea, with cards stretching to seven hours long in one day, WWE leveraged their unfortunate standstill from the coronavirus as a way to shorten last year’s show by extending it over a weekend. Originally, WrestleMania 36 was scheduled for one night.

This year, your late weekend hours are once again dedicated to wrestling, with 14 matches coming your way over two nights from Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Fla., home of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Here’s what you need to know about when to turn on the TV:

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What time does WrestleMania 37 start?

  • Date: Saturday, April 10 and Sunday, April 11
  • Start time: 7 p.m. ET (kickoff show), 8 p.m. ET (main card)

Both nights of WrestleMania 37 get underway at 7 p.m. ET with the customary kick-off show on Peacock and PPV. The main card for both nights gets underway at 8 p.m. ET.


With seven matches on each night, expect the shows to go to around midnight ET.

When is WrestleMania 37?

  • Night 1: Saturday, April 10
  • Night 2: Sunday, April 11

As with WrestleMania 36, WrestleMania 37 is spread from one night to one weekend, with two, seven-match cards happening on Saturday and Sunday.

Both nights of the show feature several championship matches, with the WWE Championship match on Night 1 and WWE Universal Championship Match on Night 2.

How to watch WrestleMania 37

  • Network: Peacock, PPV
  • Price: $5 per month (Peacock), $29.99 per show (PPV)

With the WWE Network heading over to Peacock, you’ll be able to stream WrestleMania 37 via NBC’s Peacock service. You will need a Premium subscription for the service, which costs $5 a month. There is also a free tier, but you won’t be able to get WWE Network there.


For those who don’t want Peacock and want to pay a bit more, both nights of the show will be available on traditional PPV for a $29.99 fee per night.