Kayla Braxton ‘Replaced’ On Smackdown Show

Since WWE has come back to tour in front of a live audience and that means multiple shake-ups, on this week’s edition of WWE Friday Night SmackDown, Finn Balor re-debuted after spending a significant amount of time in WWE’s NXT brand.



However, another shakeup took place on the ever-popular WWE post-show, Talking Smack. As you can recall, Paul Heyman was replaced by Pat McAfee in the final weeks of the WWE Thunderdome Era. It is now announced that Kayla Braxton will no longer be a regular and main fixture on WWE Talking Smack as the new hosting team for that show will be Matt Camp and Kevin Patrick. Kayla Braxton said this past spring that this WWE star ‘deserves’ firing.

Camp stated the following on social media via Twitter: “I made my #TalkingSmack debut alongside @kev_egan with @KaylaBraxtonWWE handling interviews at the Toyota Center,” Matt Camp tweeted out as he continued, “As you can see, I was thoroughly amazed by the @WWE Global HQ. The show is available now on @peacockTV in the U.S. and @WWENetwork everywhere else.”

Braxton’s former WWE Talking Smack co-host, Paul Heyman was recently interviewed by Houston-based radio station Sports Talk 790. Here, Heyman, discusses how proud he is of the company for not missing a single week of programming since COVID-19 and the pandemic plauged the world.

Credit to SportsKeeda for the following quote: ““I would be remiss if I didn’t stand on a soapbox and proclaim from the top of the mountain top how proud I am to be part of WWE,” Heyman said. “Because we never missed a week of programming. Not one. The entire world just went through a zombie apocalypse. We never missed one week of TV, and I am profoundly, infinitely proud of that fact.” Kayla Braxton ‘squatted’ in this Disney photo not too long ago.

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