It looks like WWE has just about given up on adding new content to the WWE Network this week ahead of their upcoming move to Peacock.
Vince McMahon gets what he wants at all times.It doesn’t matter if anyone else around him agrees or disagrees.Actually, if someone agrees, Vince will do the opposite most likely.Lana can’t even escape his clutches.
WWE Network content will begin rolling out on the Peacock streaming service March 18, as part of the new partnership between WWE and NBC.WWE announced that new WWE Network content will begin rolling out on NBC's Peacock streaming service on March 18.
WWE and NBCUniversal released more information regarding the jump from the WWE Network to the Peacock streaming service that will begin later this month.
There was a lot of uncertainty surrounding Shaquille O'Neal's AEW debut, but the giant brushed aside any doubts.
Cody Rhodes isn't worried about what NXT is doing because there could be a larger plan in place.According to reports, NXT will be moving to Tuesdays beginning April 13.
Speaking with Alfred Konuwa of Forbes to give more prominence to the next AEW PPV, Revolution, Tony Khan also answered many questions that were asked by the interviewer, including the one asking him for an opinion about the almost certain decision of USA Network and WWE to transfer NXT from
In the latest episode of NXT, last Wednesday, William Regal promised fans of the WWE Universe a momentous announcement for the next installment of the yellow show, which coincides for now with AEW's flagship show, Dynamite.
Samoa Joe has had great runs in TNA and WWE, but there are several things he hasn't done in both promotions.There are a lot of huge names who built incredible careers before arriving in WWE.
According to a new report from FW4Online, WWE is said have instituted a new new policy to be “cracking down on wrestlers for slapping their thigh or leg when throwing kicks.” The report notes that there is a new sign outside the gorilla position and in the backstage area that
AEW will be presenting their Revolution PPV tonight from Daily’s Place in Jacksonville, Florida.Several talents have been rumored for appearances on the show; with the ladder match spot and ‘hall of fame worthy’ talent still to be revealed by the company.
WWE talent are being advised to no longer slap their leg when performing kicks during matches, the latest edict handed down by Vince McMahon.Last week, reports emerged advising of the new order, with a memo reportedly sent to NXT talent last month.
Welcome to the weekly Rumor Look Back, where we look at the rumors from six months ago and see which played out as originally stated.
WWE is always looking to lock down names when they want to use someone on television.That trend has not stopped at all.According to Heel By Nature, WWE registered a trademark on Jessamyn Duke’s name on March 2nd.
– Last October, it was rumored that then-former NXT Superstar Tino Sabbatelli was the source of a major All Elite Wrestling (AEW) leak from the Dynamite TV tapings, revealing that Eric Bischoff was going to moderate the debate between Chris Jericho and Orange Cassidy.
– Speaking to Sportskeeda’s Rich Ucchino, WWE Hall of Famer Beth Phoenix spoke about providing commentary for NXT broadcasts remotely, due to the complications and restrictions caused by the pandemic.Below are some highlights from the interview.
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NXT usually has their champions have long title reigns, but these wrestlers were robbed of them and didn't last long with belts.NXT is very different than WWE.
-- NXT referee Drake Wuertz was part of a group of people who showed up at Altamonte Springs City Commission to argue that the city should be a "sanctuary city" for the pre-born.