On Sunday night, the WWE "Roadblock 2016" live stream and televised pay-per-view will be held for pro Wrestling fans to enjoy. This latest event is a show featuring the "Monday Night Raw" brand superstars exclusively, ahead of next month's big "Royal Rumble" event. Among the stars competing are Chris Jericho, Seth Rollins, Kevin Owens, and Roman Reigns. Also, Sasha Banks will have her women's title on the line against her rival Charlotte. The latest WWE live streaming and televised event will take place from the PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

'Roadblock' match card

Tonight's WWE "Roadblock" pay-per-view is highlighted by several big championship matches.

In one bout, Charlotte challenges Sasha Banks for the WWE Women's Championship in a 30-minute Ironman match. The other will feature Kevin Owens defending the WWE Universal Championship against Roman Reigns. Could Reigns leave as a dual champion tonight?

Also on the card, Rich Swann defends the Cruiserweight title against TJ Perkins and Brian Kendrick. Sheamus and Cesaro will once again challenge New Day for the tag team titles, while Sami Zayn must survive at least 10 minutes in the ring against Braun Strowman.

If those matches weren't enough, Seth Rollins and Chris Jericho will also battle it out. Will Kevin Owens be ringside for his best friend Jericho? There's also a pre-show match which will feature Big Cass taking on Rusev as the "Bulgarian Brute" tries to defend the honor of his wife Lana.

How to watch live online

Sunday's "Roadblock 2016" pay-per-view begins with a pre-show at 7 p.m. Eastern Time. This show will be live streaming through WWE's various sources including their social media channels like Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube, as well as on the WWE website.

Starting at 8 p.m. Eastern Time, the main pay-per-view card goes live.

It's available live streaming exclusively on the WWE Network which subscribers can log into to watch the event. There's also a free month-long subscription trial for new subscribers, allowing for new customers to watch the event free. A valid payment method may be required in order to sign up, but once subscribed, viewers can enjoy hours upon hours of WWE content, including tonight's pay-per-view.

Select cable providers such as Cox, Comcast, Verizon FIOS, Time Warner, and Charterhouse may also provide their customers the ability to order the event and watch through their cable service. It's best to check with the specific cable company to see if the latest WWE event is being offered.

Will you be watching Sunday's WWE "Roadblock 2016" pay-per-view? If so, who are your picks to win?

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