Soon, wrestling fans in the United Kingdom and Ireland will be chanting “YES! YES! YES!” as the WWE Network will be available for them starting Monday, January 19th.

In a message directly from WWE Chairman Vince McMahon featured today on, the long-reigning Chariman was excited to announce that these European fans will be able to access the WWE Network. Fans were originally supposed to get the streaming service October 2014, but it was then pushed back to November 3rd, and then again to this January.

“We are thrilled to start the new year by offering WWE Network directly to our fans in the UK and Ireland,” said McMahon. “I want to thank our fans in the UK and Ireland for their patience, and I’m confident it will be well worth the wait.”

Some fans are upset about the pricing change. WWE stated it would be $9.99 anywhere – but that doesn’t translate too well for some places. In Ireland where it’s listed at  €12.99, that essentially means $15.55 – %150 what Americans are paying for the service.

Stephanie McMahon, daughter of Vince and the Chief Brand Officer of the WWE, had an interview with The Sun following Vince’s announcement. “I think the beauty of the WWE Network is that there really is something for everyone. We have the most passionate fans in the world. The Network, as well as all of our programming is designed to give them a creative experience worthy of that passion.”

Price changes aside, WWE fans in the United Kingdom and Ireland finally have the chance to subscribe to the WWE Network and to get all the programming it offers. Starting Monday, January 19th, fans in the United Kingdom and Ireland will be able to watch the WWE Network on the web, iOS/Android devices, gaming consoles, Smart TVs, and etc digital media players. This comes just in time to see the Royal Rumble 2015 pay-per-view.