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How to watch WWE Backlash for FREE: Live stream details and TV information

Shinsuke Nakamura challenges AJ Styles for the WWE Championship in a mouthwatering rematch at Backlash on Sunday.

Nakamura failed to dethrone Styles in a highly anticipated bout, which failed to live up to expectations, at WrestleMania 34 last month.

But after congratulating his rival he hit him with a dastardly low blow and has since cemented himself as the top villain on SmackDown.

The new character fits the King of Strong Style perfectly and yielded a much better contest between the pair at Greatest Royal Rumble.

Now they headline the first combined Raw and SmackDown LIVE pay-per-view of a new era of monthly events in a No DQ match.

AJ Styles and Nakamura will go to war in a No DQ match

Fans lucky enough to attend the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey on Sunday, May 6 also have a lot more to look forward to.

The comeback king Daniel Bryan is back in action against the man who cost him victory in the Greatest Royal Rumble, Big Cass.

Roman Reigns looks to silence the taunts of Samoa Joe, after narrowly failing to capture the Universal Championship from Brock Lesnar.

Nia Jax puts the Raw Women’s Championship up against Alexa Bliss, while Carmella’s SmackDown equivalent is targeted by Charlotte Flair.

Raw superstar Alexa Bliss

Intercontinental Champion Seth Rollins defends the title against the former belt holder The Miz, looking to become a nine-time IC Champion.

Meanwhile, two juggernauts, Braun Strowman and Bobby Lashley, team up to face Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn in a tag team match.

The Kickoff pre-show begins at midnight and the main card at 1am, which you could watch on Sky Box Office for £14.95, either live or on repeat.

But you could actually watch the entire pay-per-view, from the Kickoff pre-show to the stacked main card – for absolutely ZERO POUNDS.

Big Cass attacks Daniel Bryan

Yes, if you don’t want to miss a moment but don’t want to open your wallet, simply subscribe to WWE Network.

If you’ve never had an account, you can get your first 30 days for FREE. A £9.99 per month subscription will then start unless you cancel.

The deal will include unlimited access to WWE’s premium content – available to you anywhere, anytime, on any device – and you can call it quits anytime without obligation.

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You can watch WWE Network through the following devices/websites:

  • PS3 or PS4

  • Xbox 360 or Xbox One

  • Sony Internet-connected TVs

  • Samsung Smart TVs

  • Panasonic Life+Screen Smart TVs

  • Kindle Fire or Amazon Fire TV

  • Apple TV

  • Roku

  • iOS enabled devices

  • Android enabled devices

  • WWE.com

Watch WWE Backlash live on the WWE Network or on Sky Sports Box Office at 1am on Monday, May 7.

You can follow all the action as it happens in the Mirror Sport WWE Backlash Live Blog.

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