Since the announcement of Monday Night Raw moving to Netflix, WWE has garnered a lot of attention from fans all over the world. WWE’s deal with Netflix begins in 2025 with all the episodes of the red brand streaming on the platform, instead of the USA Network, from January. 

While WWE Raw moving to Netflix is one part of the deal, millions around the world have been excited to see the opportunities that open up for WWE following this multi-billion dollar deal. Among millions, the Chief Content Officer of WWE, Triple H, believes something like that as well. 

During a recent appearance on the Impaulsive podcast, Triple H addressed the massive doors opening with their deal with Netflix. The Game stated that he won’t be surprised if Netflix wanted PLEs as well once the company’s current deal with Peacock expires in 2026. 

“I think, at the end of the day, it would seem odd to me for them to say, ‘We want Raw, that’s it. We’re good.’ That doesn’t seem to be how they do business. I think at some point down the road, when SmackDown comes up, is that something of interest to them? Down the road, when the PLEs come up on Peacock, that’s probably something of interest to them. It makes for interesting times and a really promising future.”


Netflix streaming all the PLEs for WWE in the future would be a massive addition to the current deal of streaming WWE Raw. With the massive fanbase Netflix has, it would be interesting to see if WWE gains more success with their deal. Ringside News will keep you updated with this story. 

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Ishaan Rathi

Ishaan has been a follower of wrestling for more than a decade now. His passion to learn new things and enhance his skills has helped him get experience as a writer at websites like GiveMeSport and Fansided. He has also held content manager and editorial roles in FirstSportz before. Apart from wrestling, Ishaan seeks to take time and watch movies and TV shows.

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