Home » WWE News » Is ESPN Interested In WWE’s TV Programming?, Summer Rae Featured on WWE Inbox, WCW

- Summer Rae is featured on the latest WWE Inbox:

– In the video below, WWE looks at 5 WCW things to discover on the WWE Network:

– People with ESPN are saying that they are not involved in the bidding process for WWE’s TV rights. Some people in ESPN were interested in WWE coming to their network but none of the higher-ups in the company were interested.

Partial source: F4Wonline.com

  • Timothy Davis

    I would love to see it on FX or FXX because those networks like to push the limits and could force WWE to amp up the product to suit the other programs on there.

  • Will Henderson

    just because ESPN don’t want WWE doesn’t mean their Disney owned sister network ABC Family wants it, plus Disney co-owns the A&E Networks suite of channels (A&E, History and H2, Lifetime and LMN). so basicallyt ESPN confirmed they are out of the running, meaning that the top candidates for the new WWE TV home if they chose to leave USA and Syfy are the Fox suite of channels (Fox Sports 1, Fox Sports 2, FX and FXX), Time Warner’s Turner Networks (TBS and TNT, which were WCW’s former TV home before WCW closed shop in 2001) and Viacom (Spike, MTV, CMT, VH1, Nickelodeon, TV Land, Nick Jr, Nick Teen, Nick Toons, and BET), which if they chose to return to Viacom owned networks, this would kill TNA off as a wrestling company.

    in the end i see WWE ether staying put on the USA and Syfy or going to FX and Fox Sports 1 or returning to Spike TV thus forcing TNA to lose it’s TV deal.

  • TheTruth

    Top 5 things about WCW:

    1. Original NWO Invasion Angle
    2. Goldberg’s Push
    3. Stars before WWE: Jericho, Foley, Guerro
    4. Anything 4 Horseman
    5. Nitro Girls

  • Robert

    WWE wouldnt work on espn no way Raw moves Monday night Football and no way Raw would be on another day or another espn channel. They just need to settle.everything with usa

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