In a major programming shift, Netflix will be the exclusive new home of Raw in the U.S., Canada, U.K. and Latin America from January 2025. Right now you would need a TNT Sports (formerly BT Sports) subscription to watch WWE programming in Ireland. But the wording of the release shared by Netflix today is confusing for Irish wrestling fans, leaving many wondering if they’ll be able to watch WWE Raw and Smackdown in Ireland.
The deal sees Netflix become the home for all WWE shows and specials outside the U.S. but only when agreements are struck available. That means WWE fans will be able to watch Raw, SmackDown, NXT, and the company’s Premium Live Events.
WWE’s documentaries, original series and forthcoming projects will also be available on Netflix internationally beginning in 2025.
Will WWE Shows Be On Netflix Ireland?
WWE have confirmed that their shows will be on Netflix in U.S., Canada, the U.K. and Latin America while alluding to other territories also being included in the detail. Unfortunately, Ireland hasn’t been named specifically.
Netflix often does tie their UK and Irish presences together, including their social accounts where they shared this news.
But wrestling fans in Ireland will have to wait and see if they’re included in the deal. If Ireland is included it means Monday Night Raw will stream live at 12am on Tuesday mornings (arguably still Monday night!) and documentaries like Undertaker: The Last Ride on demand. All from the start of 2025.
Goosed.ie has reached out to Netflix for comment to see if Ireland will be included in the deal and will update this article once it’s confirmed.