Still confused about how the WWE Network transition to Peacock will work? The streaming service has got you covered.

As part of a new FAQ, Peacock addresses how the WWE Network will become part of the streaming service.

The WWE Network will start airing on Peacock on March 18th and Peacock will become the exclusive streaming home of WWE Network in April with WrestleMania making your old WWE Network subscription null and void at that time.

Current Network subscribers will have to cancel their WWE Network accounts and subscribe to, purchase a monthly Peacock Premium to continue watching the WWE Network. If they already have a free Peacock subscription, subscribers will have to upgrade to a Premium account to get the WWE Network.

There are currently three subscription levels at Peacock:

Free: Comes with ads and limited content.

Premium: $5.99 a month unlocks all of the movies, TV shows…and will include the WWE Network. There are still ads.

Premium Plus: $9.99. Everything in Premium and the overwhelming majority of shows, movies have no ads.

Peacock states that with a Premium subscription comes every live WWE pay-per-view event, plus every WWE, WCW and ECW pay-per-view in history and thousands of hours of on-demand programming including original series, documentaries and all the shows from the WWE Archives.

It will also have every episode of Raw and Smackdown, with current full episode replays 30 days after air. Every episode of NXT, including full episode replays available the next day. Plus, everything else Peacock has to offer.

Therefore, there will be no additional cost to watch any of the WWE pay-per-views or events on Peacock. All you will need is a Premium subscription.

The upcoming Fastlane pay-per-view, event will air on both the WWE Network and Peacock giving current Network subscribers a grace period to move to a Peacock Premium account. WrestleMania though and all of the WWE events from that point on will only air on Peacock in the USA.