Fox isn’t just pushing WWE in a more sports-oriented direction for its upcoming broadcasts of SmackDown Live, it’s also reportedly making talent requests
When the Blue Brand moves to Fox’s Sports Block in the Fall of 2019, sources say the network wants the show to focus more on athletics instead of entertainment
With the gigantic TV contracts the company has now insured, how long before the roster stands together to negotiate a labor deal for their fair share?
WWE and Smackdown Live got a soft landing by ending up with Fox, who made it VERY clear they wanted the sports entertainment giant under their umbrella
When WWE moves to the Fox Network, they won’t be able to sit on the bench and avoid going one-on-one with mainstream sports in terms of ratings
Less than a week after NBCUniversal declined its right of refusal for SmackDown Live, CBS reports that Fox has reached a deal to air the show starting Oct 2019
Ryan Dilbert imagines a more controversial WWE SmackDown Live Under the Fox umbrella, if the show does end up switching networks
News & Notes from SI, featuring discussion of the ‘win-win’ status of WWE’s current television negotiations
WWE has been included in the discussions to potentially move their content from USA to FOX Sports, which would likely mean separating their two shows
Tony Cline breaks down last night’s action.