Wrestling fans who only use the WWE Network to watch the pay-per-views should pay extra attention to this article, because I’m about to disclose some ‘hidden gems’ WWE Network shows you have to watch! So, read on to discover what will provide you with many hours of wrestling-related enjoyment.

1. WWE Ride Along

This show honestly had me in fits the first time I watched it, because this show features what I call “genuine humour”.

WWE Ride Along is a show where WWE Superstars find themselves in the same car when driving to the next WWE event. Needless to say, this has resulted in some classic episodes.

2. Holy Foley

Mick Foley was interesting to watch in a wrestling ring, but he and his family are interesting to watch too. When you watch Holy Foley, you can get more familiar with the entire family, including daughter Noelle who is trying to become a WWE Superstar. You’ll also learn more about Foley’s unusual obsession with Christmas!

3. WWE 24 – Fin Balor

I’ve only watched the documentary on Fin Balor recently, which was shot during his recovery from his shoulder injury. After watching it, I honestly have a newly found respect for the man. So, whether you are a fan or not a fan of Fin Balor, I can certainly recommend watching this intriguing documentary.

In addition to Fin Balor, the documentary also features some other WWE Superstars; this includes Seth Rollins, Kevin Owens, Karl Anderson, Xavier Woods, and many others.

4. WWE Story Time

I have to be honest, when I saw the advertisements for this WWE Network show I was not excited at all. Telling stories is something that is so outdated, so I thought there is no way that this could be entertaining.

However, I came across this show by accident while watching the network live, and it turned out to be hilarious. The best thing about WWE Story Time is that you learn something more about the life of a WWE Superstar, but in a funny manner. It also features Superstars from different generations, so there is something everyone will like.

If you do decide to give it a watch, I certainly recommend listening to the story of Jake ‘The Snake’ Roberts, because this story had me in fits. All I’m going to say is that it involves a “pissed off python.”

5. WWE Hall of Fame

Wrestling fans who never watched a Hall of Fame before are truly missing out, because it shows a personal side and a passion for the business for several current and past WWE Superstars.

The most recent Hall of Fame was the on March 31, 2017. It includes some big stars such as Diamond Dallas Paige, Kurt Angle, Beth Phoenix, and many others. So, this is certainly one to watch.

What is your favourite show on the network? Or do you only use the WWE Network to watch pay-per-views and Attitude Era reruns? Let me know what you like about the WWE Network below, or what you believe could improve! I look forward to reading it!

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