The WWE Network has been around for over 50 years, first being founded in 1953. It wasn’t called WWE back then, though, but rather the Capitol Wrestling Corporation (CWC). Over those 50 years, millions of people have subscribed to the WWE Network, and over those 50 years, thousands and thousands have also cancelled their subscription.
And if you’re thinking about doing just that, follow these simple steps to cancel your WWE Network from your account:
Steps to cancel WWE Network
- Find out which method you subscribed to the WWE Network
- If you didn’t sign up through iTunes or Roku, login to your WWE Network account through a browser
- In the main navigation menu, click on Account Summary
- Scroll down to the bottom which will have your subscription information, click on Cancel
- Answer any cancellation questions WWE Network has for you
- Confirm you’ve cancelled by checking your account at the end of your billing cycle
How can you cancel another way?
Following the steps above will let you cancel your WWE subscriptions in the quickest and easiest ways, but as you know, sometimes websites and systems just don’t want to work. If you find yourself unable to cancel with the steps above, you’ll want to get in touch with them.
For that, you can send them an email or talk to live chat on their website here – https://help.wwe.com/ContactUs. Otherwise, you can send them a message on one of their social media accounts (links below).
On a slightly different note, WWE has created a generation of gamers, many of who’s gone on to enjoy the Nintendo franchise as well. If you’ve got Nintendo, you’ve likely got Nintendo Online as well. And if you’re thinking about cancelling Nintendo Online, you’ll be pleased to know it’s relatively simple as well.
Reasons for cancelling WWE Network
The WWE Network experienced massive growth in the late 90s and early 2000s thanks to a few ultra-famous wrestlers including Hulk Hogan and The Rock. Many believe they’ve already reached their peak, with a declining customer base and die-hard fans moving on to other adventures. And so, thousands upon thousands of people decided it was time to cancel WWE and simply move on.
Another major reason people cancel their subscription to the WWE Network, is because they simply signed up for the free trial to give it a go, see what all the fuss was about, and then they’ve decided it’s not for them. This is a common incentive used by many companies – offering a free trial for users to decide whether they want to pay for it or not. If you plan on cancelling your free trial, you don’t need to feel guilty at all – the WWE Network has already priced in all the free trial cancellations into their business model.
Finally, another major reason people cancel anything, not just the WWE Network, is the cost. Money ain’t free, and neither are subscriptions to all the different content networks out there. And with the WWE Network costing around $9.99/month in the US, added on top of the many other monthly subscriptions people maintain, it may be time to cut one, two, or more of them off. The high price is also one of the most cited reasons for cancelling Disney Movie Club.
Talk to WWE staff
Not sure if you’re 100% on cancelling your WWE account? Maybe you’d like to speak with someone at WWE before you go ahead. Send them a message on one of their social media accounts to get a quick and accurate reply:
All in all, the steps above will ensure you cancel your subscription with WWE as fast as possible. If by any chance, you’re looking to cancel your Playstation Now account, you can do so using a similar method.