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Want to save Summerslam? How about recording the Royal Rumble? Perusing Prime Time Wrestling without an Internet connection? Whatever your want for offline access to Network content, LetMeAtIt can provide it.

LetMeAtIt allows you to download both the VOD content and the live stream at the touch of a button. Well, it's more like three the first time, but who's counting?

It couldn't be easier, all you have to do is:

  1. Copy the video page URL and paste it in the top box
  2. Type or use the button to select a local file in the bottom box
  3. Click Add Job/Go!

And that's it, you can then get on with doing something else while LetMeAtIt downloads the many parts and then hands off to FFMPEG to paste them all together. Decryption of the content is done on the fly, so no more worries about multi gigabytes of junk.


.Net 2.0 is required, but as its installed by default on Windows Vista and above its practically a non-requirement. On Windows 8 and above, Windows will automatically pop up the installer when you try and run the program if you don't already have it. If you're still clinging on to Windows XP and don't have the framework installed, the 32-bit installer is here, and the 64-bit one is here


The download comes as a standard zip file. On Windows, you can extract this by right clicking on the file and selecting Extract All. Then just click on LetMeAtIt.exe, in the extracted folder.

Download now (12.36 MB)
MD5: 0d2944d6a9ab230ed69d6779ed74a791
SHA1: b28420ef5f7201603c438a2730e01c8c51a23f8d
CRC32: 6abda5c8


What's This Other Stuff

LetMeAtIt is actually a plugin based download manager, where WWE Network is just one such plugin. The other files in the plugin folder are either other plugins or support for such.

So I Don't Even Need a Subscription?

Not so fast buddy. It should go without saying, but for the avoidance of doubt:

This does not allow you to hack WWE's servers or otherwise gain access to content you're not allowed to. An active WWE Network subscription is required, but that's cool because it's only Nine Ninety-something.

This includes the Network's geoblocking. If you cannot watch anything on the Network without browser plugins like Hola or by setting proxies, you will get Access Denied errors with the WWE_NON_US_BLACKOUT code. It's likely to work if you use something like Tor to reroute all of your computer's traffic, though I haven't tried it.

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