In a few months FOX will begin broadcasting SmackDown Live. The weekly program of the blue brand will be launched on Fridays on television and will continue for two hours. Recently, it has also launched its new logo in its new chain as well as a first commercial to promote this alliance. We will have to wait until we truly eat this agreement to know how it will affect but, Will there be changes with respect to the current WWE product?
Now we confirm that WWE and FOX have reached a new agreement, which will mean that they will continue allies to broadcast the shows of the wrestling company in Fox Sports for Latin America. This includes the company's two main programs, Monday Night Raw and SmackDown Live, as well as secondary programs such as WWE Main Event. Not forgetting NXT. And also WWE Sunday Night, which will review in Spanish what happened during the week at the company of Jimena Sánchez and Vero "La Güera" Rodríguez, girlfriend of Finn Bálor. This in addition to a new 30-minute show that nothing else is known yet. As for the two main brands, the summaries from now on will last one hour.
In the press release in which everything commented (via Fightful), Joaquín del Rivero, Vice President and General Manager of WWE for Latin America, says:
"We are pleased to extend our agreement and continue to provide action-packed and family entertainment to our passionate fans in the Latin American region, where wrestling is lived".
So the fans of WWE in Latin America who tune in to Fox Sports will be able to continue enjoying practically all the product offered by Vince McMahon.