They’re still around. One of the biggest wrestling stories over the last week has been the evolution of WWE’s television situation. Starting in October 2024, SmackDown will move back to USA, leaving FOX at the end of its five year run on the network. That is a huge change, but it is something that stuff has a long way to go. FOX happens to be doing something about it.

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According to, FOX will be airing a WWE special on Sunday October 8, the day after this year’s Fastlane pay per view event. The show, which will look at the Top 25 Moments in SmackDown History, will air at various times across different television markets. WWE has yet to officially announce the special. FOX has aired similar specials during the time SmackDown has aired on the network.

There have been some great moments on SmackDown. Check out some of the options:

Opinion: It’s nice to see this kind of thing on network television and that is something you do not see very often. There is a lot of WWE content to be had and if tans are interested in seeing what happens on the programming, WWE is going to be ready to hand something over. What matters here is that FOX is still interested in airing WWE television and that is a good sign for WWE’s current status.

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