WWE was set to debut the Broken Skull Sessions with Kevin Nash today, but that is not happening now. For some reason, WWE has elected to pull that special from the schedule.

The company has pulled all advertisements for the Broken Skull Sessions, and they have removed posts on social media. The episode was supposed to cap off nWo Week, but now it is not airing. The original announcement post, which Ringside News used in the article about the upcoming episode, was also deleted.

PW Insider noted that WWE has not given a reason as to why they have done this. The company has “paused all documentary work and scheduled premieres.”

They have fired a lot of people from the backstage area in the past few months. WWE axed over 60 employees from various departments to merge multiple divisions into one “WWE Media” department ran by Kevin Dunn. That transition backstage could have something to do with these decisions. It is interesting that WWE would produce and promote specials and not air them.

WWE removed last week’s WWE Icons: Lex Luger premiere, with sources saying that they wanted to wait for a better lead-in. It is unclear why WWE has decided to do this, but there is always a method to the company’s madness.

What do you think is going on in this situation? Sound off in the comments!

H Jenkins

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