— Appearing on FS1’s First Things First, Paul “Triple H” Levesque revealed that in addition to SmackDown LIVE premiering on its new home on Fox on Friday, October 4, FS1 will be the new home of a Tuesday night studio show that will cover all the happenings in the WWE Universe.
“If you are a WWE fan across the board, this is the show that will be ‘
The studio show will discuss everything going on in WWE, including Raw, SmackDown LIVE, and NXT. It will feature “some faces very familiar to the WWE Universe — both from the past and the present.”
“Because of the sports entertainment aspect of it, it’s an analyst show where you’re talking about the athletic component of it. It’s also an entertainment — where you’re talking about where things are going and the storylines and the characters and all of it,” Triple H said.
Triple H said the studio show is something he’s wanted to happen for a long time. He noted that it will take fans deeper into the day-to-day lives of their roster, what goes on behind the scenes to being a WWE Superstar and everything that goes with it.
— Could Bobby Roode and Chad Gable be breaking up soon?
This past Monday night on Raw, Heavy Machinery took advantage of some miscommunication between Roode and Gable and earn a pinfall over the former Raw Tag Team Champions.
Gable attempted a
Dave Meltzer speculated in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter that Roode and Gable could split soon since WWE planned for that to happen when they were put together last September.