Get Ready to Rumble to WWE Mayhem with Pay-Per-View on SuddenLink
Wrestling champions are born and careers destroyed in the wild realm of World Wrestling Entertainment (that WWE entertainment for short). But you can’t catch the round by round fights and drama of the big men and women with even bigger personalities without Pay-Per-View and Suddenlink.
Don’t miss Suddenlink Pay-Per-View as you watch the muscle-bound super pros like Randy Orton and Seth Rollins who give you unmatched, smackdown entertainment that has professional wrestling and WWE the go-to choice for fight fans.
Inside the ring is sweaty. Outside the ring it’s just as sweaty with fans who are loud and can be just as wild as the wrestlers themselves. No worries for you with Pay-Per-View from Suddenlink where you can remain a loyal WWE fan as you catch the takedowns while relaxing in your easy chair.
These superstars will be fighting to the finish as you sit back and enjoy the matchups for WWE supremacy in the most anticipated Pay-Per-View fights featuring performers who are more than super athletes, they are superstars.
Pay-Per-View takes you to center ring even if you’re hundreds or thousands of miles away at your home. Enjoy unbelievable action and epic battles for nominal fees. The value you get with Suddenlink Pay-Per-View is unbeatable.
Another added benefit is that there are no lines or crowd hassles to contend with, just you, your TV and WWE. From smack talk to smackdowns, wicked swings, and tons of takedowns that
take you right out of your seat, couch or easy chair. That’s the difference of WWE when you watch it on Pay-Per-View.
Want to order? Do you have your remote handy? Well that’s just about all it takes to order Pay- Per-View WWE on Suddenlink as the drama, brute strength and mind games come alive on the WWE network. You will watch characters who are more than complex, they compel you to stay glued to the TV with their dynamic storylines and dynamite power.
The Superstars of WWE take on the wide world of sports on Pay-Per-View through Suddenlink.
With Pay-Per-View on Suddenlink, watch in awe as the men of muscle, stamina, strength, speed and agility challenge their counterparts (actually, their WWE nemesis) if the fight to win the biggest prize of WWE: the championship belts. This is the kind of action-packed WWE history that is made as you watch Pay-Per-View on Suddenlink.
Randy “The Viper” Orton. Or you may like him better as “The Apex.”
If WWE has a bloodline you’ll find it in the Orton family. In fact, Randy Orton is a third- generation professional wrestler following in the footsteps of his grandfather Bob Orton, Sr., his father "Cowboy" Bob Orton, and his uncle Barry Orton – all WWE legends.
Born on April 1, 1980, in Knoxville, Tennessee, Randy “The Viper” Orton (also known as Apex), was the youngest world champion in WWE history at the age of 24. His accolades don’t end there, it’s was just the beginning of this superstar’s journey to WWE fame and fortune. He has earned WWE Championship[a] nine times and WWE's World Heavyweight Championship four times.
And if you like a body with ink, you’ll be interested to know that his tattoos include skulls, tribal symbols, wings, a rose with his first daughter's name and birthday. You can cheer on the almost mythical WWE athlete on Pay-Per-View on Suddenlink.
Seth “Freaking” Rollins is that “Freaking Good”
Seth "Freaking" Rollins is one of only 19 men in the history of WWE to become what's known as a "Grand Slam Champion" earning every major title the WWE has to offer. He beat Brock
Lesnar for the Universal Title and is the only wrestler to earn a big pay day in a Money in the Bank contract during WrestleMania’s main event.
What’s more, nobody, and we mean nobody, but Seth has held the WWE Championship and United States Championship at the same time. Yes, he’s that good and that’s a great reason to watch Rollins on Suddenlink Pay-Per-View.
AJ Styles. The man, the myth, the WWE legend
First entering the ring back in 1998, AJ Styles is considered by most WWE experts as one of the world's best professional wrestlers. He was Wrestling Observer Newsletter (WON) Wrestler of the Year in 2016 AND 2017, and is also in the WON Hall of Fame. He had a long time feud early in his WWE career with opponent Jimmy Rave, Abyss and Jeff Jarrett. He wasn’t looking for trouble, it just naturally found him.
While winning many more titles and starting many more feuds, AJ Styles entered the ring again this year to win the biggie, but failed to win the title at Royal Rumble on January 27, 2019. You could have seen this epic if you got Pay-Per-View and Styles lose with a lot of good-looking style.
John Cena, who first won a WWE Championship at Wrestle Mania 21, is a true champ through and through. But he’s hardly a one trick pony. Besides being a 16-time World Champion in the WWE where his body did all the talking, he has the mind that’s just as powerful as evidenced by his New York Times best-selling book. Heck, he can even sing and act. Ordering Pay-Per-View to see what the next chapter of John Cena’s career entails.
Ronda “Rowdy” Rousey has fought, screamed and scratched her way to the top. Fight like a girl and you can beat most men. At least if your name is Ronda Rousey. Because Ronda Rousey has the title of UFC Bantamweight Champion and is in the UFC Hall of Fame, the WWE has dubbed her “Rowdy” Ronda. In her journey to titles she takes no prisoners. Just ask those she defeated like Alexa Bliss during SummerSlam 2018 (Ronda won the Raw Women’s Championship).
But while it might not seem like it, she is human. She fell victim to defeat during WrestleMania 35 as Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair gave Rhonda the first loss of her otherwise untarnished and glorious WWE career. Ronda Rousey is fighting mad now because of this, so don’t miss her revenge matches on Pay-Per-View.
Charlotte Flair – the woman that fights like no other girl around.
If you recognize her name that’s because Charlotte Flair is the daughter of WWE superstar and world champion, Rick Flair. It must be genetics because, just like her dad, Charlotte is a professional wrestling phenomena. It started the night she took down Natalya in the NXT Takeover.
Today, as a full-time wrestler and hero in WWE, Flair is undefeated over 16 Pay-Per-View matchups. Yes, 16! This includes her victory over Sasha Banks during Hell in a Cell (that’s quite the scary event name with takedowns that were just as frightening). What next for this lady with a mean winning streak? Find out on Pay-Per-View.
With Pay-Per-View, go ringside for WrestleMania, Hell in the Cell and top WWE specials. Get your WWE fix with Suddenlink Pay-Per-View where all the main events and premiere shows are one TV remote click away. From every jaw dropping take downs to heart pounding body slam action, you might be at home, but you’ll think you’re feet away from the first round to when a winner is declared. Want to learn more about WWE programming? Check out these highlights you will find offered exclusively on Pay-Per-View.
It’s summer. Let’s party. And the best party is watching SummerSlam – the biggest party of the summer from WWE. From its beginning in 1980, SummerSlam has grown in popularity to become the second biggest blockbuster of the WWE season right behind WrestleMania. See it live as you catch the biggest names, in the biggest cities wrestling in the biggest stadiums. What’s super-duper hot to watch on a super-duper hot summer day? The WWE stars on Pay- Per-View SummerSlam.
This popular Pay-Per-View event started way back in 1988 and has grown into a classic. Today the Royal Rumble features the best WWE match ups of pro wrestling teams during the Battle
Royal. As a “Big Four” WWE showcase event, this Pay-Per-View must-watch is considered part of WWE's "Big Four", along with WrestleMania, SummerSlam, and Survivor Series. The Royal Rumble has been classified as being one of WWE's most popular Pay-Per-View events. Feeling like a king? Be treated to entertainment worthy of royalty Pay-Per-View from Suddenlink.
Your living room couch is a safe and comfortable place to watch the WWE Elimination Chamber action. The wrestlers are fighting mad as they try to survive round after round of slams, tosses and punches. Who will win? The winner is the one who survives. Pay-Per-View has the Elimination Chamber and many other WWE events.
Slow down for a while as the action speeds into the Fast Lane. Fast Life 2019 happens every year and features WWE athletes who will provide non-stop action on Pay-Per-View.
This is the biggest of the big WWE events. Yes, it’s the big. WrestleMania 35 is where Seth Rollins faced Brock “The Beast” Lesnar for a WWE match that no other event has ever matched as he captured the Universal Title and captured the hearts of fans everywhere. Pay-Per-View is how you can watch WrestleMania 35. Don’t miss it!
Money in the Bank
It doesn’t matter if you’re rich, poor or somewhere in between, Money in the Bank has a rich tradition with WWE but doesn’t cost you a fortune on Pay-Per-View. It’s a true entertainment value.
First held in 1987 and one of the "Big Four" WWE events, the Survivor Series is the second longest running Pay-Per-View event for WWE only to be bested by WrestleMania. Not all can win and only one will survive to be the supreme champion. And you’ll know who it is live on Pay- Per-View.
Hell in a Cell
Hell in a Cell is just pure hell as WWE wrestlers are held prisoner in a cage and take on their cellmates for their fight to freedom. Want to see the athletes who are all caged up be let out and free to do what they please? Then watch Hell in a Cell on Pay-Per-View.