WWE Raw is already suffering problems due to the absence of their franchise player. Roman Reigns is on a hiatus from the flagship show of the company. He will not be available for a long time that could cause serious TV rating
We have reported the change of schedule for Smackdown Live on Fox Sports. The show will no more belong to the USA Network. Instead, Fox Sports has bagged a new deal with the WWE for airing the blue brand shows. So this
Smackdown used to be a taped show for the most part of the broadcasting. The same format was intact until the brand extension draft happened in 2016. The entire programming for the blue brand changed since then. WWE moved the show to Tuesday
TV rights for both WWE Raw and Smackdown Live was a matter of discussion for the fans for a long time. The majority of the updates suggested WWE will keep the flagship program over on USA Network. But the fate of Smackdown
A lot of speculations were going on about the future of Smackdown Live. The current deal with the USA Network is expiring next year. So, the TV rights for the so-called B-show of the WWE was up for grabs from 2019 onwards.
WWE is negotiating a deal with multiple companies to acquire Smackdown. NBC Universal has already bought the broadcasting rights for WWE Monday Night Raw as per the earlier reports. So the flagship program of the company will continue to stay on its
The television rights for both WWE Raw and Smackdown Live are serious concerns for the company. We have heard a plethora of rumours regarding this. There is news on the internet suggesting both the weekly televised shows will move to a new platform.
There have been a lot of speculations about WWE’s televised shows, in recent times. The weekly episodes currently run on the USA Network. WWE Monday Night Raw comes live on Monday nights and Smackdown Live is aired on the very next night.