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WWE Negotiates New $25 Million Deal For RAW

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Below are some top WWE news stories of the day.

• In a significant announcement, WWE revealed that its flagship program, Monday Night RAW, will continue airing on the USA Network until the culmination of 2024, after which it will transition to Netflix starting January 2025.

This decision was disclosed in the TKO First Quarter 2024 Earnings Report, which outlined WWE’s successful negotiation of a $25 million domestic media rights agreement with NBCUniversal. This agreement secures RAW’s presence on the USA Network for the fourth quarter of 2024, ensuring continuity for fans of the long-running program.

Initially, WWE’s media rights deal for RAW on the USA Network was slated to expire in October 2024. However, proactive discussions between WWE and NBCUniversal resulted in an extension, aligning the show’s timeline with its forthcoming move to Netflix.

The shift to Netflix marks a significant development for WWE RAW, offering a new platform to engage with audiences and expand its reach. As WWE continues to adapt to the evolving media landscape, this move underscores its commitment to innovation and exploring diverse distribution channels.

Moreover, WWE SmackDown is poised to make its return on the USA Network in October 2024, transitioning from its current home on FOX.

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• On today’s episode of WWE Speed, Ivar defeated Apollo Crews in the WWE Speed #1 Contenders tournament. Ricochet became the inaugural WWE Speed Champion last week.

• The Detroit Sports Commission is preparing a bid to host WrestleMania 43 at Ford Field in 2027, in celebration of 20 years of WrestleMania 23 (which was also held at Ford Field).

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