The first iteration of Great Balls of Fire seems to be a loading up a strong card with a Tag Team Iron Man Match headlined by Brock Lesnar defending his championship against Samoa Joe. It’s always a big deal when Lesnar is on the card in any capacity so it’s a surprise this hasn’t sold out yet. We also have Braun Strowman looking to place Roman Reigns in yet another ambulance where it counts, in an ambulance match.
This event might not have anything official but it’s going to propel someone to the main event of one of the company’s biggest shows of the year. Samoa Joe, Braun Strowman, and Alexa Bliss weren’t on the top of the bill last year like they are now so it’ll be interesting to see if any of them will be carrying over this momentum into August. Samoa Joe especially, are they really going to give him the top belt in the company against their biggest draw no less. For what anyone would be quick to call a throwaway show, the WWE have a huge opportunity to change the dynamics of their flagship show.
Here’s a list of how you can watch on varying platforms.
WWE Great Balls of Fire 2017 Viewing Details
Date: Sunday, July 9, 2017
Time (kick-off show): 7:00 P.M. EST
Time (main show): 8:00 P.M. EST
TV Channel: WWE Network / Pay-Per-View
Location: American Airlines Center, Dallas, Texas
How To Watch WWE Great Balls of Fire 2017 Online
It doesn’t get any easier than WWE putting all of their content on their website which you can watch live or anytime. You can sign up for the WWE Network which is a must have for any die hard wrestling fan, but if you’ve recently been accepted for a shiny new credit card you can instead sign up for a free month trial.
However the kickoff show is free for anyone with an internet connection on either through the WWE Network, Youtube, Facebook, and Twitter.
How To Stream WWE Great Balls of Fire 2017 on Your Phone, Tablet, or Mobile Device
How To Watch WWE Great Balls of Fire 2017 on TV
Unless you have an Amazon Fire Stick, Chromecast, or Apple TV you won’t be able to watch through the WWE Network. This isn’t recommended but if you can sleep at night knowing that your cable provider just had their way with you by taking $55 from you than may God have mercy on your soul.