In the current climate, a lot of us will be spending a lot more time inside – and unless you want to drive yourself crazy, it might be an idea to not leave the news on…

So, what can you do instead? Well, luckily there’s a lot of wrestling you can watch for free on YouTube, as promotions around the world try to help us pass the time.

As our “how the hell did these become daily?” reviews slow down, we’ll be posting lists of things that have been posted to YouTube, along with recommendations from the various VOD services that you may have access to. Whether you’re putting it on in the background while you work from home, or something else to watch than the wall-to-wall speculation on the news – hopefully this can help.

  • The NWA posted their 70th anniversary pay-per-view from 2018 on YouTube in lieu of Powerrr this week. It’s still up to watch…
  • Kassius Ohno/Chris Hero has posted a YouTube playlist of some of his matches from WWE, Rev Pro, wXw, Southside, Beyond and so many more promotions. There’s 86 videos in it at time of writing…
  • Ring of Honor have been uploading some classic content to their YouTube channel – look for the longer videos!
  • EVOLVE have been uploading some recent matches to their YouTube channel – EVOLVE 146 from earlier this month is up for free in its entirety
  • Of course, Beyond Wrestling are posting full matches from their libraries onto their YouTube channel, with the odd full show up as well.
  • ICW has posted the first night of Shug’s Hoose Party from last July onto their YouTube channel, with KUSHIDA in the main event…
  • STARDOM streamed a show on YouTube earlier this month from Korakuen Hall. No People Gate can be seen here
  • Pro Wrestling EVE have some free matches on their YouTube, along with the entirety of the first WrestleQueendom show from two years ago…
  • Fite.tv continues to have free weekly wrestling – with archives as well. ROH, Impact Pro Wrestling New Zealand, Championship Wrestling from Hollywood and Booker T’s Reality of Wrestling all have free content and archives.
  • If you’re looking to catch-up, MLW Fusion and AEW Dark continue to be posted on YouTube for the foreseeable future – with their back catalogues also up there.

As long as the current situation continues, we’ll be mixing up reviews with recommendations – and if there’s anything we’ve missed, message us in the comments below, or through our Twitter page.

We might not be able to provide an answer to the current crises around the world, but if all we can do is help distract from the rolling news coverage, then that’s something. Stay safe out there!