WWE Network Problems Widespread As Of Late Tuesday Night

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WWE Network problems remain widespread as of late Tuesday night. We've received a ton of communication from readers through email and our social media accounts reporting issues with lagging, buffering or the fact they cannot get the video-on-demand content to play.

Monday was dominated by users having trouble signing up and now this. An official statement was issued on Tuesday afternoon via the WWE Network Twitter account, explaining there was a technical issue affecting 20% of viewers and they expected to have it resolved by 6 PM. So far, we've received complaints well past that time period.

The issues are not device specific either as we've heard from users that have had issues using the WWE Network on their desktop computers, their Roku media devices, phones, tablets and more.

Tuesday was the first chance I've had to "dig in" to some of the content and I actually had pretty good luck. I watched the first 43 minutes of WCW Bash of the Beach 1996 on my iPhone without an issue.

">@WWENetwork. pic.twitter.com/pnfjlTybJK

— Richard Gray (@wnwdotcom) February 26, 2014

">@ReyMysterio countered Splash Mountain from Psicosis on the middle rope with a hurricanrana to take it home and go over. #bashatthebeach96

— Richard Gray (@wnwdotcom) February 26, 2014

Once I started to experience streaming issues, I checked out the February 19, 2014 episode of WWE NXT. I was able to watch the show in its entirety without issue. It's a good thing as I was able to watch Adrian Neville show off his Red Arrow finisher that's one of the best finishers in the business. For those unaware, it's a corkscrew shooting star press.

">@WWENeville v

.@WWENeville v @mmmgorgeous - can't say enough about Neville & his sick sitout powerbomb. Red arrow is one of the top finishers in the biz

— Richard Gray (@wnwdotcom) February 26, 2014

">@mmmgorgeous - can't say enough about Neville & his sick sitout powerbomb. Red arrow is one of the top finishers in the biz

— Richard Gray (@wnwdotcom) February 26, 2014

While I had success, it wasn't without issue. The company must get these issues resolved before Wrestlemania 30 in April, however, I will state I haven't had much trouble out of the live feed. The majority of the problems I have experienced with the WWE Network have been with the video-on-demand library.

How has your WWE Network experience gone? Feel free to comment about it below.

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