After unique WWE’s Wrestlemania 36, the company is continuing with its weekly shows. While fans and superstars are not happy with the shows with an empty arena, WWE has decided to entertain amidst the coronavirus pandemic. Speaking of WM 36, we all saw Brock Lesnar tasting defeat from the hands of Drew McIntyre, here are some details on the return of ‘part-time’ Superstar to the flagship show, RAW.
According to the report of PWInsider, Brock Lesnar will not be returning to the show, until and unless everything gets back on the track, i.e. the pandemic situation settles down. In the absence of beast, the new star, Drew McIntyre will be carrying the show on his shoulders.
Speaking about Brock Lesnar vs Drew McIntyre at Wrestlemania, the matchup was surprisingly shorter than expected. Drew scored a pinfall victory after hitting with a claymore.
Meanwhile, Sony Pictures Networks India Private Limited (SPN) and WWE recently announced a five-year extension with an expanded broadcast agreement that will deliver WWE’s weekly flagship programming and localized content in India and the Indian subcontinent, making SPN the exclusive home to WWE in-ring content across its television and digital platforms.
As part of the agreement, SPN will have the rights to air Raw®, SmackDown®, NXT® as well as WWE pay-per-view specials live on its sports and digital platforms in English, Hindi and regional languages.
The expanded partnership also provides SPN the rights to WWE Network which hosts thousands of hours of content to be made available to audiences in India exclusively through SonyLIV, SPN’s OTT platform.