For decades the WWE has been the cream of the crop of sports entertainment. Anyone over the age of 12 however knows that today's wrestlers aren't as good or entertaining as the ones from the good old days. Whether you were in love with ECW or the hay-day of Hulk Hogan getting your dose of nostalgia from the current roster isn't always fulfilling. Luckily for you the WWE knows what you want and is willing to give it to you.
After hinting at it for forever the WWE will be creating their own network, a streaming service that will give customers access to all of the live PPV shows as well as the WWE library of footage. The service will cost $9.99 per month, with a six month commitment, and will be available on your typical slate of mobile devices, gaming consoles, and eventually on smart TVs. Also subscribers will be given access to pre-event shows before big events and their weekly Smackdown and Raw shows. The network is planning to launch this Febuaray and I'm going to have to do my best not to subscribe and dive head first back into wrestling. CM Punk is still the best in the world right?