Alexa Bliss has announced her pregnancy with husband Ryan Cabrera, “The best moments in life are the completely unexpected Baby Cabrera arriving December 2023!!! @ryancabrera.”
The best moments in life are the completely unexpected 💖💙 Baby Cabrera arriving December 2023!! pic.twitter.com/YKTboYw7pF
— Lexi (Kaufman) Cabrera (@AlexaBliss_WWE) May 30, 2023
WWE had unveiled a new logo in 2014. They removed the pen marks from their previous logo, striking a more professional look. WWE had described the new logo as “a more contemporary, bold and powerful image while maintaining the iconic ‘W,’ which has been a part of the company’s long-storied history. This is something that happens periodically, but not all that often. Over the past 32 years, the company has only had five logos (two of which are very similar, basically reflecting a name change).
Some drafted logos that were redesigned in 2014 have emerged on social media.
With the WWE-UFC merger coming together, the next order of business for WWE will be negotiating new media rights deals for both Raw and SmackDown, with current pacts expiring next year.
And while USA Network and Fox, the respective broadcast homes of each program, will likely engage in negotiations to retain them for the right price, WWE CEO Nick Khan is hinting that it’s not out of the question for one or both of them to relocate with even a different night possible in the case of “SmackDown.”
While speaking at the SVB Moffett Nathanson conference, WWE CEO Nick Khan mentioned that WWE would be willing to move “SmackDown” off of Friday nights if WWE reached an agreement for it to live elsewhere. Khan spoke highly of the Amazon’s Prime Video streaming service and hinted that WWE might have interest in talking with Netflix as well.
WWE's Nick Khan just said #SmackDown could switch nights (again) if it goes somewhere else for its next deal. Was speaking pretty highly of Amazon…
— Tony Maglio (@TonyMaglio) May 18, 2023