WWE RAW was big episode this week as they brought the fallout after Survivor Series. CM Punk returned to cut passionate promo, and Randy Orton also came back to open up the show. It was quite a showing for the red team, but Triple H wasn’t there for the festivities.
Triple H missed the Raw taping in Nashville, Tennessee as he was handling “other WWE business“, leaving Bruce Prichard to run the taping. Now, we have a bit more information about what went down.
PW Insider reports that Nick Khan and Triple H have been in Los Angeles over the past few days. They are trying to secure media rights deals for Monday Night RAW. At this time, WWE RAW’s television deal is the only one that WWE hasn’t locked down for 2024.
PWInsider.com has learned from several sources in the entertainment and broadcast realms that WWE’s Nick Khan and Levesque have been in Los Angeles over the last several days, working on securing the media rights deal for Monday Night Raw going forward.
It was also reported that, “We are told there are several suitors at this juncture.” This is quite interesting, because there was no note of Vince McMahon being a part of any of those talks.
WWE already secured deals for SmackDown, as they will move to FOX, and The CW is getting NXT, both deals are starting in October 2024. At this time, WWE RAW’s television rights have not been nailed down yet, but Triple H missed RAW this week to help make that happen.
We will keep an eye on this story, and so many more, here at Ringside News. You never know what you will find next, because 2023 has proven that anything can happen in WWE.
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