Fans of World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) will soon be able to take advantage of the organisation's new streaming offering - WWE Network.
The service, which has already launched in 170 countries across the world, will be available in Britain by October.
It gives subscribers the chance to access 24/7 WWE programming, all 12 of the organisation's pay-per-view events and access to a comprehensive on-demand video library.
The service costs $12.99 (£7.79) per month and means wrestling fans can watch the action without having to sign up to a paid-TV provider such as Sky or Virgin Media.
Subscribers will have the option of viewing WWE content across a range of devices including computers, tablets, games consoles and mobile phones.
The decision to launch this service is further evidence of the growing popularity of streaming and it's likely that more web-based offerings like the WWE Network be launched in the coming years.