WWE premiere week is coming upon us and they have been shaking things up with new announce teams and eight full hours of primetime TV.
Raw’s new announce team is, Jerry ‘The King’ Lawler and Dio Maddin as analysts and Vic Joseph on play-by-play.
NXT’s new announce team is, Beth Phoenix and Nigel McGuiness as analysts and Mauro Ranallo on play-by-play.
Smackdown’s announce team is, Corey Graves as analyst, Renee Young as Special Contributor, and Michael Cole on play-by-play.
Raw, Monday, September 30:
Seth Rollins defends Universal Championship against Rey Mysterio
Miz TV with Hulk Hogan and Roc Flair
AJ Styles defends US Championship against Cedric Alexander
Alexa Bliss versus Sasha Banks
Special appearance by Brock Lesnar
Wednesday, October 2
Adam Cole defends NXT Championship against Matt Riddle
Undisputed Era defends Golden Prophecy & Tag Team Championships against Street Profits
Shayna Baszler versus Candace LeRae
Johnny Gargano versus Shane Thorne
The Velveteen Dream Experience
Ronda Rousey and Sonya Deville join Natalya, Naomi, Nia Jax, Carmella.
Nikki and Brie Bella make special appearances.
Smackdown 20th Anniversary Show, Friday, October 4
Blue Carpet special airs 7:30pm EST
Kofi Kingstone defends his WWE Championship against Brock Lesnar
Becky Lynch & Charlotte Flair versus Bayley & Sasha Banks
Loser Leaves WWE Ladder Match between Kevin Owens and Shane McMahon
QD – I am so excited for next week as I know it will be a wild week for wrestling and wrestling fans, ushering in a new age of wrestling, and it’s obvious that the WWE is actually taking possible competition seriously with the changes they’re making, even though the move to FOX was already in the works before AEW announced that they would be moving forward with a weekly show. Us fans are the winners in all of this and I’m excited for every minute of what is to come next week, except Total Divas. As much as I love the WWE and watch a lot of reality shows, I just cannot stomach either of the Total shows as much as I cannot stomach the Kardashians.