WWE Takes a Back Seat as NBCUniversal and FOX Announce Future Programming
WWE has been a fan favorite over the years, captivating fans from all corners of the world. However, it seems that the popular wrestling franchise will be taking a back seat as NBCUniversal and FOX announce their future programming.
In a recent statement, NBCUniversal announced that they will be launching a new sports channel called NBCSN (NBC Sports Network). This new channel will become the home of many sporting events, including the Olympics, NHL, NASCAR, and Premier League. It is believed that NBCUniversal will also be adding “Thursday Night Football” to its programming, hoping to attract more viewers and fans to the channel.
Not to be outdone, FOX also made a major announcement of their own. The network plans to launch a new channel called Fox Sports 1, which will debut on August 17th of this year. The new channel will feature a wide range of sporting events, including UFC, NASCAR, college football and basketball, and MLB. FOX also plans to air Major League Soccer games as well as some international soccer matches.
With NBCUniversal and FOX focusing on other sports and events, it seems that WWE may be taking a back seat for the time being. However, fans of the wrestling franchise need not worry. WWE has a huge fan base, and it is unlikely that it will disappear anytime soon. WWE will undoubtedly continue to produce exciting matches and compelling storylines that keep fans engaged and entertained.
NBCUniversal and FOX have announced major changes to their future programming, creating new sports channels and adding more notable sporting events to their schedules. As a result, WWE may be taking a back seat, but the franchise is unlikely to disappear anytime soon as it has a huge and devoted fan base. #ENTERTAINMENT