WWE Network: Schedule Update For August 23-29


thisThe WWE Network schedule just dropped on NBC Peacock as the WWE Universe moves forward following WWE Summerslam. This week, new episodes of NXT and NXT UK will drop, as well as 205 Live and Main Event. The Bump and This Week in WWE will keep fans up to date as the WWE Universe matches to the next PPV Extreme Rules.

WWE Network: Schedule Update

Monday, August 23
Raw Talk– 11:05 p.m. EST
Following the first Monday Night Raw after WWE Summerslam 2021, the fallout continues for the WWE Universe. Head over to the WWE Network via Peacock to check out the WWE Raw post-game show Raw Talk on Monday night.

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WWE NXT Action

Wednesday, August 25
Monday Night Raw (7/26/21)-

On Wednesday, the July 26th episode of Monday Night Raw will drop in the on-demand section of the network so fans can visit any action they missed.

WWE’s The Bump– 10 a.m. EST
The WWE’s weekly talk show The Bump streams on The Bump. The panel will talk WWE Summerslam and what is to come in the future for the WWE Universe so fans will be sure to check it out on the WWE Network.

WWE NXT (8/24/21)-
If you missed out on Tuesday night’s WWE NXT, the newest episode will drop on-demand. With rumors flying about major changes coming to NXT, fans should make sure to check out the action on Peacock

Thursday, August 26
The black and gold brand of the United Kingdom releases their most recent episode of NXT UK.

This Week in WWE-
With the WWE Universe heating up, there is a lot of action for fans to keep track of. If fans did miss out on anything, This Week in WWE will bring them up to speed.

Friday, August 27
205 Live – 10 p.m. EST-
Immediately following Friday Night Smacking on Friday Night, the hottest cruiserweights can be seen on the WWE Network on 205 Live.

WWE Network: Weekend Schedule

Saturday, August 28
WWE Main Event (8/5/21)-
For those who want to check out superstars who don’t often wrestle on WWE Raw or Smackdown, fans can give Main Event a shot, available this Saturday.

Talking Smack-
The post-game show for WWE Smackdown will be available on-demand so fans can check out the fall-out from the blue brand.

Independent Drop-
Action outside of the WWE Universe can also be viewed on the WWE Network this weekend. ICW Fight Club 186 and PROGRESS Wrestling Chapter 119 will be made available via NBC Peacock so fans can dig into all the action.

Sunday, August 29
Friday Night SmackDown (7/30/21)-
For those who missed out, the July 30th edition of WWE Smackdown will be in the on-demand section of the WWE Network this Sunday.

Robby Steven

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