WWE prepares two new weekly shows

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WWE prepares two new weekly shows

In recent years, WWE has presented several new programs on its TV screens, from new PPVs to new WWE Network exclusives, up to special shows for NXT or the main roster, which come from some idea of the past or that have been completely re-enacted from old shows from the defunct WCW or ECW.

Every so often, in fact, the WWE goes to buy the rights to some new name, with several sites in the sector that remain stationary waiting to know what the new WWE project will be and in the meantime, they release the indiscretion of the name bought by the McMahons, a few hours before.

Again, we are going to talk to you about two names that could turn out to be, most likely, two new shows from the Stamford-based company, with the names associated with Raw and Smackdown, which may already make you understand something.

WWE will soon present two new projects

In recent days, WWE would have bought the rights to the names "Smackdown Breakdown" and "Raw Rebound", on the day of September 29 to be exact. These names would be listed in the "Entertainment Services" section of the appropriate US office, specifying that such names will be associated with professional wrestling shows.

At the moment, we do not know what types of programs they will be, nor what those programs will refer to, but to see from the name, it is very likely that the two new shows of the company will be associated with the two most important of the main roster and therefore Friday Night Smackdown.

and Monday Night Raw. After watching WWE hire Jackie Redmond to co-host Talking Smack and Raw Talk, management may have some news in store for her too. That WWE wants to change the names of its secondary broadcasts that air after Raw and after Smackdown? Or do McMahons want to add new content about his company's most historic shows with two new related shows? We just have to wait and see when there will be the presentation of these two new WWE-branded projects if they will be broadcast on some American TV or on the company's network.

Returning part-timers and legends have been a huge part of WWE's shows in Saudi Arabia. One of the most featured names among them is Goldberg. WWE Super ShowDown 2020 saw the Hall of Famer defeat "The Fiend" Bray Wyatt to become the new Universal Champion, a decision highly criticized by many.

More than 18 months later, he looks all set to have yet another huge match at Crown Jewel 2021. The WCW icon unsuccessfully challenged the then WWE Champion Bobby Lashley at SummerSlam 2021 earlier this year. However, Lashley ended up assaulting Goldberg's son Gage following their match.