WWE WrestleMania 29 Live Stream: How to Watch WWE Action Online

Brian MaziqueCorrespondent IIIApril 7, 2013

image from WWE.com
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Who doesn't want to see WrestleMania 29?

The event has a lineup that is sure to grab the attention of even the most casual wrestling fan.

"Stone Cold" Steve Austin, Kurt Angle and Hulk Hogan are perhaps the only icons who could reasonably participate that aren't somehow linked to the event.

With The Rock, Kane, Triple H, The Undertaker, Brock Lesnar, CM Punk and Chris Jericho in action, this is a must-see pay-per-view.

Beyond ordering the event through your cable or satellite provider, you can also watch WrestleMania 29 via live stream.

You can order it from WWE.com and it is viewable on desktop computers, Xbox 360, some Smart TVs as well as some mobile devices.

This card is stacked with a nice mixture of legends, peak performers and solid storylines. Generally the Royal Rumble is my favorite pay-per-view, but I may be more excited about the Showcase of Immortals this year.

Here is a look at the confirmed matches:

  • WWE Champion—The Rock vs. John Cena
  • The Undertaker vs. CM Punk
  • Triple H vs. Brock Lesnar (No Holds Barred Match. If Lesnar wins, Triple H must retire)
  • World Heavyweight Champion—Alberto Del Rio vs. Jack Swagger
  • Randy Orton, Sheamus and Big Show vs. The Shield
  • Ryback vs. Mark Henry
  • WWE Tag Team Champions—Team Hell No vs. Dolph Ziggler and Big E Langston
  • Chris Jericho vs. Fandango

Fans will see this spectacular card, plus the WWE Hall of Fame inductees will appear.

Booker T, Donald Trump, Trish Stratus, Bruno Sammartino, Mick Foley and Bob Backlund were inducted the day before in a separate ceremony, but it is customary for each to appear again at WrestleMania.

If I have one criticism, it's that I wish we weren't seeing the same two guys battle in the main event for the second straight year. I like both Rock and Cena, but a Triple Threat match with Punk included would have been better.

Taker could have taken on Brock Lesnar with the streak on the line and fans would still be just as interested in the angle.

That said, I'll be watching intently. It should be a special night for wrestling and its fans.


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