WWE Fastlane 2021 Live Stream: Time, Card, Peacock Streaming Info, How To Watch Live

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We’re on the road to WrestleMania as WWE presents Fastlane!

Just like Fastlane 2015, tonight’s pay-per-view event is headlined by Roman Reigns vs. Daniel Bryan. Back in 2015, the two superstars collided in an epic bout in which the winner would headline WrestleMania. While that’s not the official stipulation in tonight’s match, whoever has their hand raised will presumably go on to face Edge at WrestleMania 37. Or maybe it’ll end up being a triple threat match? Who knows!

Fastlane will be the first WWE pay-per-view event available to stream on Peacock, but you’ll also be able to watch the event live on the WWE Network. Will Daniel Bryan once again find himself competing for championship gold on “The Grandest Stage of Them All”? We’re about to find out!

Here’s how to watch WWE Fastlane live online.

WHAT TIME DOES WWE FASTLANE START TONIGHT?

The official show begins tonight (March 21) at 7:00 p.m. ET on Peacock and the WWE Network. The Fastlane Kickoff show, which can be streamed for free on WWE.com, the WWE Network, the WWE App, Peacock, and the WWE YouTube page (along with WWE’s Facebook and Twitter pages), begins at 6:00 p.m. ET.

WWE FASTLANE 2021 LIVE STREAM INFORMATION:

Fastlane is available through a variety of TV providers, but you can also watch the event live on the WWE Network. WWE Fastlane will be the last pay-per-view event offered by the WWE Network for U.S. subscribers. Beginning April 4, the WWE Network will no longer be available as NBC’s Peacock will become the exclusive home for WWE Network content in the U.S.

The WWE Network is available as a channel on your Apple TVAmazon Fire TV, and Roku devices. Subscribers can also access the WWE Network on their web browsers or the WWE Network app, which is available via iTunesGoogle Play, and Amazon.

HOW TO WATCH WWE FASTLANE LIVE ON PEACOCK:

Beginning April 4, Peacock will be the exclusive streaming home of the WWE Network in the United States, which means you’ll only be able to stream future pay-per-views (beginning with WrestleMania) with a subscription to Peacock Premium ($4.99/month or $49.99/year). Peacock Premium Plus is also available for an additional $5/month or $50/year and features fewer ads. For a limited time, Peacock is offering a discounted $2.50/month for the first four months deal for eligible subscribers, but the offer ends on April 9.

Peacock is available across a variety of platforms, including Android TVs and tablets, Apple TV, Roku, Chromecast, PlayStation 4 and 5, Xbox, and more. You can also watch Peacock on your web browser or via a variety of cable providers set top boxes (Cox, Contour, Xfinity). You can download the Peacock app on Google Play, iTunes, Roku, and more. Peacock offers a seven-day free trial for eligible subscribers. Additional information can be found on WWE’s website.



WHAT IS THE FASTLANE 2021 CARD?

  • Universal Championship Match: Roman Reigns vs. Daniel Bryan
  • Intercontinental Championship Match: Big E vs. Apollo Crews
  • WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship Match: Shayna Baszler and Nia Jax vs. Sasha Banks and Biana Belair
  • United States Championship Match: Riddle vs. Mustafa Ali
  • Randy Orton vs. Alexa Bliss
  • Drew McIntyre vs. Sheamus
  • Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Seth Rollins

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