Since the announcement of Monday Night RAW moving to Netflix, WWE has garnered a lot of attention from fans all over the world for good reason, but it appears Triple H has now revealed that WWE’s plans with Netflix remain fluid.

We had reported that WWE and Netflix confirmed their huge deal to move Monday Night RAW to the streaming service, which will begin in January 2025. The reported deal, valued at over $5 billion for a duration of ten years, shocked fans all over the world and the deal was announced on January 23rd.

During a recent appearance on the Impaulsive podcast, Triple H talked about WWE’s deal with Netflix and admitted that they are still trying to figure out how the deal will work for the company.

“It’s an interesting thing, it’s an interesting play. How it’s going to work; we’re figuring all that out. We’re crossing the t’s and dotting the i’s now and trying to figure out exactly how this works. How does it all work on a streaming service? How do commercials factor in? What is all of it? We have until January to figure out. It’s exciting, and it’s going to be monumental. That, to me, was the deal of all deals.”


Nick Khan also revealed if Vince McMahon’s allegations had any influence on the Netflix deal. There is much anticipation surrounding how WWE will evolve once their partnership with Netflix commences at the beginning of 2025. Fans eagerly await to see the potential changes and innovations this collaboration may bring, fueling hype and excitement throughout the wrestling community.

Are you looking forward to WWE’s deal with Netflix next year? Let us know in the comments section below!

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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