Why WWE’s Streaming Deal With Peacock Is A Good Thing For Wrestling Fans

Why WWE’s Streaming Deal With Peacock Is A Good Thing For Wrestling Fans

WWE Has Long Produced Great Documentaries And It Looks Like We’re Getting More

There are few things that wrestling fans, especially those diehard WWE super-fans, can agree on, but if there is something that just about everyone with a WWE Network subscription (or DVD collection) likes it’s the company’s library of documentaries. From retrospectives of superstars’ careers like 2020’s Undertaker: The Last Ride to the long-running WWE 24 series, WWE’s production quality in the sports documentary world tends to go unmatched.


Part of the deal with WWE streaming content moving over to Peacock is continuation of the companies history of producing top-notch documentaries, including the addition of a new signature documentary each year. There’s no word on what each of these features will showcase, but going off WWE’s track record, combined with the resources available at NBCUniversal, there’s a lot of potential here.