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WWE 205 Live moves to Wednesday nights

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For those of that stick around for WWE 205 Live on Tuesday nights, you may be surprised this week when the Cruiserweights aren’t lighting up the WWE Network at their normal slot this week. Apparently, the Purple Brand has made a move to Wednesday nights.

205 Live’s General Manager Drake Maverick discussed the move on Twitter yesterday, stating that 205 Live will now be a part of the 3-hour lineup that also includes NXT and the Mae Young Classic.

This week’s episode will feature a Cruiserweight Championship match between the Submission Specialist Drew Gulak and the champion Cedric Alexander. Lio Rush will also be in action, as he looks to put down another star of the division, #1 Contender to the United Kingdom Championship, Noam Dar.

The cruiserweights have reacted to the news, showing their support and excitement for the move to Wednesday nights.

How do you feel about the move? Will this help the cruiserweights get more eyes on their brand? Let us know in the comments below.

  • Keith Learmonth

    It was already three hours back to back on Tuesday.
    It’s now 2 hours on tuesday, and 2 on wednesday. NXT is usually only just over an hour.

  • CC

    Considering most people think 3 hours is too long for Raw, I do not see how having 3 hours back to back on a Weds is a good idea. But to be honest, its not like you have to watch anything live on the Network though is it.