WWE Network is bringing back the ever-exciting annual award show named The Slammy Awards. It will give a chance to the WWE Universe to visit back the best that WWE had to offer in various categories. Perhaps, they will also be able to choose those if they are allowed to participate in voting for those via social media handles.
2020 was quite an exceptional year for WWE by all means which changed the business, possibly forever. But WWE Network isn’t forgetting the Slammy Awards. They’d officially announce the best moments, matches, Superstars, and many more from this year via this special show. They have released a separate notification about the bunch of programming, coming up.
WWE Network Bringing Back Slammy Awards In 2020
The WWE Network Twitter as well as the Instagram account of WWE published a lineup of shows that will be waiting in the month of December. The list includes some bigger events like TLC on December 20th, NXT TakeOver WarGames on December 7th. But the news that caught attention, is that the list also includes the 2020 Slammy Awards.
There will also be a new Broken Skull Sessions episode with WWE Hall of Famer Steve Austin interviewing WWE Champion Drew McIntyre on the WWE Network. New specials are coming up, on WWE Hall of Famer Bill Goldberg, RAW Women’s Champion Asuka, a new WWE Superstar Gaming Series, a look at the journey of WWE RAW Superstar Keith Lee, and more.
The full list announced by WWE Network goes as follows,
Drew & A: Matthew McConaughey
NXT TakeOver: WarGames
WWE 24: Keith Lee
WWE The Day Of: Survivor Series 2020
WWE Untold: Goldberg’s Streak
WWE Break It Down: Asuka
First Look: WWE Icons
Broken Skull Sessions: Drew McIntyre
WWE TLC 2020
10 Best Matches Of 2020
WWE Superstar Gaming Series
2020 Slammy Awards
There were no dates confirmed for any of the advertised lineups of programming. But the graphic from the WWE Network confirms that these contents alongside Slammy Awards ceremony will air in December. New episodes of Uncool with Alexa Bliss podcast hosted by WWE’s Goddess Alexa Bliss have also been listed.
Chasing Glory with Lilian Garcia, Not Sam Wrestling, Swerve City Podcast, Raw Talk, and Talking Smack are also being promoted to air on the WWE Network. The WWE Slammy Awards have not aired since 2015 but WWE aired Year-End Awards in 2018 and 2019, instead. It’ll be interesting to see whether WWE will have dedicated episodes of Raw or SmackDown while bringing back this Slammy tradition.