– As we noted earlier on the site, Talking Smack will no longer air on the WWE Network after SmackDown Live and 205 Live go off the air. WWE has decided to cancel the show as a weekly series. This past week’s episode that featured former WWE Champion John Cena was the final weekly episode.
Instead, Talking Smack will continue to air as a post-PPV broadcast. The show, which is hosted by Renee Young and SmackDown General Manager Daniel Bryan, has been on the streaming since last August.
The Miz, who regularly appeared on the program while he was on the blue brand and had a famous segment with SmackDown Live General Manager Daniel Bryan on the show, took to his Twitter account to comment on the news. He wrote the following:
— The Miz (@mikethemiz) July 15, 2017
– WWE has changed the release date for their new “30 Years of Survivor Series” DVD. Originally, it was supposed to be released in mid-November, but now it will be available three weeks earlier in the United States on October 24th, 2017. Courtesy of Wrestling DVD Network, here is the synopsis:
“On Thanksgiving Day, thirty years ago, WWE’s second pay-per-view event was born… this time with a new twist. In the early days, teams of five strived to survive. Now, learn the true story about how one of WWE’s landmark events came to be from the Superstars who lived and competed in it.”