The changes continue. WWE is of course a wrestling company, but wrestling itself is one of the many things that they do. In addition to the actual in-ring products, the company also produces a lot of shows about wrestling, many of which can be rather well done. That is a major perk of WWE, but it has been a bit tricky to find out when we can get to see them. Now it might be a little easier to understand.
The latest edition of Broken Skull Sessions featuring Kevin Nash is back on the WWE Network/Peacock schedule and will air on Sunday. This comes after the special was moved, according to PWInsider.com, due to backstage changes in WWE. The new system has rewritten a lot of previously announced plans, which have changed the release schedule. Some specials such as the Lex Luger episode of WWE Icons has been postponed until a better lead-in program can be found, which the Nexus episode of Untold is on the shelf permanently, with no word on when or if it will be released.
WWE has a lot of great stuff. Check out some of their better looks at wrestling:
Opinion: I get that there are changes taking place backstage in WWE, but it is not a great look to announce specials, or anything for that matter, and then change things at the last minute. Yes WWE has a new system in place, but would it have been the worst thing to stick to the old schedule for things that have already been announced? Throw in the fact that these shows are instantly available on demand and this does not make the most sense.
What is WWE’s best non in-ring show? What would you like to get a special of its own? Let us know in the comments below.
Thomas Hall has been a wrestling fan for over thirty years and has seen over 50,000 wrestling matches. He has also been a wrestling reviewer since 2009 with over 5,000 full shows covered. You can find his work at kbwrestlingreviews.com, or check out his- Amazon author page with 30 wrestling books.
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