The WWE Network is a goldmine of wrestling goodies. Besides episodes of RAW, SmackDown, and NXT, it also has an extensive catalogue of wrestling from the past sixty years. Featuring historic matchups from different incarnations of the worldwide leader of Sports Entertainment, to important marquee events from the territory years of wrasslin', the WWE Network has you covered. But what if even that isn't enough?
While the library is regularly updated with matches from the vault, its collections of documentaries provide hours of worthwhile retrospectives and history. From weekly episodic dinner discussions in Table for Three, to classic features from wrestling's bygone era, there is so much non-wrestling match content in the network, you could watch countless hours of content, and never even see a pinfall.
Due to their tendency to gloss over information, many WWE features are to be taken with a grain of salt. However, this doesn’t mean that they’re not worthwhile. Many of their documentaries serve as a great starting place for voracious fans with an insatiable thirst for pro wrestling knowledge.
From superstar tributes to declining companies, these documentaries are worth a great place to start.