You’d hope that more than a year after its launch, a streaming service would have most of its kinks worked out, especially for live content.

Apparently, Peacock is not in that boat. On Sunday night, the streaming service presented WWE’s Money in the Bank live, and things didn’t go so great.

During the men’s Money in the Bank ladder match, many users had a variety of streaming issues with Peacock, including buffering and freezing.

Here’s a small compilation of complaints, via Twitter.

WWE was also aware of the issue, and told viewers to exit and re-enter the broadcast.

WWE announced the move of WWE Network content to Peacock in January. The programming launched in mid-March, and the full archive is expected to be live by August’s SummerSlam. NBC is paying a reported $1 billion-plus over the next five years for the WWE content, which is the answer to the question of “why would WWE move to Peacock?” that so many viewers were posing amidst the streaming difficulties on Sunday night.

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