The Imperial Chronicles: Global Wrestling Network

Anthem Sports & Entertainment is stepping up with the Global Wrestling Network app.  Through this app, available on Apple and Android, also soon to be available on Roku, Xbox, Amazon Fire TV, and Smart TVs, fans have access to over 1,000 hours of content available.

Following the same model as the WWE Network the first 30 days are free with a monthly fee of $7.99 after that.

 

Queen KB Reacts – I downloaded the app after I found it.  Searching in the Google Play Store, the app wasn’t to be found (Botch had the same issue in the Apple Store).  We had to go through the GWN website to even find the app.  From there I downloaded and looked at what was available.  Half of all episodes of Impact from 2016, but none from 2017 are listed.  Many TNA PPVs seem to be there, as well as a number of other Impact related shows, British Bootcamp, and some indie wrestling shows.  I’ve found is that a number of things are locked down and unavailable, but the biggest problem is that I cannot seem to get any of the shows to play on my phone, though they do play on my computer.  I watch the WWE Network almost every day with very few issues, but most of which happened early on, and during live PPVs.  I’ve sent a message to GWN and am waiting to hear back from them.  The app just recently dropped, so I’m not surprised by bugs, but time will tell how this will work out, and how many fans will actually pay the $7.99 a month.