With UFC now offering its preliminary cards for free on Facebook and FUEL TV as a way to help promote and sell its pay-per-view (PPV) events, it's only a matter of time only WWE finds a way to jump on board.
They'll do so, to an extent, this Sunday night (April 1, 2012) at WrestleMania 28 in Miami, Florida, as the company has announced it will run a free live stream of a tag team championship match leading into the night's PPV.
The WWE Tag Team Titles will be up for grabs when champions Primo & Epico defend against both The Usos and the new tandem of Justin Gabriel & Tyson Kidd in a WWE Tag Team Championship Triple Threat Match, which will stream live on WWE.com and YouTube this Sunday at 6:30 ET/3:30 PT.
The match should serve its purpose well enough. They're all solid workers who will get the live crowd hot and hyped for the show. It's just too bad WWE hasn't spent a bit more time actually letting its tag team champions get on television every once in a great while.
You know, other than to get squashed by Big Show to get him ready for his Intercontinental title match on the main PPV card.
As mentioned, the show begins at 6:30 p.m. ET and streams live on both WWE.com and YouTube. If possible, we'll be sure to get a stream up here at CagesideSeats.com, as well.