The stars of WWE's NXT brand will take center stage on Saturday night at the Amway Center in Orlando, Florida. Just one night ahead of "WrestleMania 33" there will be the "NXT TakeOver: Orlando" pay-per-view for profession wrestling fans to consume. Among the stars in action will be Asuka, Ember Moon, DIY, The Authors of Pain, Eric Young, Shinsuke Nakamura and Bobby Roode. All three of the championship from the roster will be on the line at this exciting event. Here's the latest on the matches scheduled to take place Saturday night as well as how to watch it live online for free.

NXT match card

The latest event in the "TakeOver" series features a total of five matches on the WWE match card. An eight-person tag team match will feature Tye Dillinger, Roderick Strong, No Way Jose, and Ruby Riot teaming up to face SAnitY which consists of Eric Young, Killian Dain, Alexander Wolfe, and Nikki Cross. In singles action, Aleister Black will battle Andrade "Cien" Almas.

The three different championships on the NXT roster are also up for grabs. The tag team titles will be defended by current champs The Authors of Pain against the teams of The Revival as well as Johnny Gargano and Tommaso Ciampa, making for an exciting triple-threat match. Also, current NXT Women's Champion Asuka will defend her women's title against challenger Ember Moon.

The main event will feature the NXT Championship on the line. Former two-time champion Shinsuke Nakamura is back from injury and will try to win the title for his third reign. He'll challenge the current reigning champion Bobby Roode in what is sure to be a stellar match to close out the show.

How to watch 'TakeOver: Orlando' live

Saturday, April 1st will be the official date for "NXT TakeOver: Orlando" from the Amway Center in Florida. The start time for this pay-per-view is 8 p.m. Eastern Time on Saturday evening. The expected running time for the event is about two hours. There's also a pre-show leading up to the event which begins at 7:30 p.m.

Eastern Time.

Wrestling fans can watch all of the live action streaming online via the WWE Network. For fans who don't have a subscription already, WWE is continuing to offer a one-month free trial for new customers who sign up. That will allow new customers to not only watch Saturday's NXT PPV but also the huge "WrestleMania 33" event on Sunday night. More information is available through the website.