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WWE Network: Schedule Update for September 13-19

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The WWE Network schedule just dropped on NBC Peacock. Go back and relive the road to WWE Summerslam with past episodes of Monday Night Raw and Friday Night Smackdown. Fans will be caught up on the latest action with The Bump and This Week in WWE, while also checking out WWE NXT. NXT has been rebranded with a new coat of paint so fans can enjoy the latest action on the WWE Network.

WWE Network Weekday Update:

Monday, September 13
Raw Talk– 11:05 p.m. EST
Only minutes after watching Monday Night Raw, the WWE Universe can tune in to the WWE Network for the post-game show. Raw Talk features a host panel and a list of guests who will look back at what took place during that night’s show.

Tuesday, September 14
No New Content

WWE NXT Action

Wednesday, September 15
Monday Night Raw (8/16/21)
For those who missed out on the August 16 edition of Monday Night Raw, the WWE Universe can catch back up on the action in the on-demand section. Watch the go-home show to WWE Summerslam on the WWE Network via NBC Peacock.

WWE’s The Bump: Becky Lynch– 10 a.m. EST
The hosts of the WWE’s weekly talk show The Bump discuss the current events of the WWE. The Bump often includes WWE superstars who give their thoughts on what is going on in the WWE during a red-hot summer.

WWE NXT (9/14/21)-
Just 24 hours removed from WWE NXT being rebranded as NXT 2.0, the new third brand will be available in the on-demand section. The main event included a Fatal 4-Way Match to crown a new NXT Champion.

Thursday, September 16
NXT UK-
The fast and furious action of NXT UK delivers their newest episode from the United Kingdom.

This Week in WWE-
For those who weren’t able to check out all the WWE content, This Week in WWE will fill in all the blanks. The WWE’s weekly wrap-up show brings every up to speed so you’ll never miss out on the action.

Friday, September 17
205 Live– 10 p.m. EST
The best cruiserweight action in the WWE Universe can be seen on 205 Live on Friday night. Head over to the WWE Network just moments after Friday Night Smackdown.

WWE Network: Weekend Schedule

Saturday, September 18
Talking Smack-
The post-game show for Friday Night Smackdown will drop on the on-demand section to discuss all the action.

Independent Drop-
For those looking outside the WWE Universe, the WWE Network has you covered. ICW Fight Club 189 and PROGRESS Wrestling Chapter 122 are now available so fans give them a shot in the on-demand section.

Sunday, September 19
Friday Night SmackDown (8/20/21)-
Take a trip back to earlier this summer as WWE Smackdown delivers their go-home show just 24 hours before WWE Summerslam.

Robby Steven

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