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WWE Network still dealing tech problems, XBOX 360 users effected this weekend

WWE Network dealing with technical problems during it's first week
WWE Network dealing with technical problems during it's first week
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WWE issued the following statement to WWE Network subscribers via e-mail this afternoon concerning technical issues effecting their new digital video service.

Thank you for signing up for WWE Network. We are working aggressively to address the login issue for Xbox users and expect to have it resolved by this Monday, March 3, if not sooner. You will be notified via email as soon as this issue is fixed. We apologize for this inconvenience and thank you for your patience. - WWE

WWE Network launched Monday at 9 am E and has been battling tech problems from the get-go including heavy traffic during the initial signup process, on-demand content not playing consistently on all media devices, and last night's NXT Arrival live feed falling off last night before the main event for the NXT Championship.

For the latest word directly from WWE, follow @WWENetwork on Twitter and check their official website for updates on what's going on with the Network.

Pro Wrestling Examiner's Perspective: With the Network still being a new offering with a lot of technical obstacles to manage, plenty of fans expected these problems during the first few days. Still WWE and Major League Baseball Advanced Media who is handling all of the tech duties on this potential game-changing service, will have to solve these critical issues before WWE's biggest night of the year, Wrestlemania 30 on Sunday April 6th. WM30 is set to be the first pay-per-view event to air on the Network, and has been the company's biggest annual show for decades.

This Examiner has been enjoying the WWE Network quite a bit, and it's well worth the $9.99 a month even with the technical difficulties. Read Pro Wrestling Examiner's top 10 classic PPV shows to watch on the WWE Network.

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