The revolutionary force in sports entertainment. It’s December again and that means it’s time to focus more on everything WWE has to offer. There is an annual special that WWE airs every December, but this time around there’s another bonus being added to the schedule for the first time ever.

WWE has announced its schedule for the upcoming WWE Week, which will include four straight nights of WWE programming on the USA network from December 11 – December 14. This year will feature a one off airing of “NXT” on cable, making the first time a full show has aired on television since September 2010. It should also be noted that “Tribute to the Troops 2017” will air opposite “Impact Wrestling”. Here’s the schedule with all times Eastern:

Monday – Monday Night Raw – 8pm
Tuesday – Smackdown Live – 8pm
Wednesday – NXT – 7pm
Thursday – Impact Wrestling – 8pm

This is the kind of thing you can expect at a Tribute to the Troops.

The Shield arrive in a tank: Tribute to the Troops 2013

Opinion: The “NXT” announcement is a nice idea as you can almost guarantee that they’ll have something special for such a big night. It’s the best wrestling show almost every week and it’s very cool that they get such a big audience. The rest of the schedule doesn’t change much, though airing “Tribute to the Troops” against “Impact Wrestling” should make for some interesting numbers.

Which of these shows interests you most? Would you like to see “NXT” on TV full time? Let us know in the comments below.


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