In early August it was reported that WWE were in talks with FOX to bring a two-hour live edition of NXT to television on FS1, every Wednesday night at 8PM ET going head-to-head with All Elite Wrestling’s upcoming show on TNT.
According to Dave Meltzer from the August 16 edition of Wrestling Observer Radio, the leading candidate to become the new home of the black-and-yellow brand is actually USA network, the long-time home of Monday Night Raw and home of Smackdown Live through September.
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An announcement about NXT’s future is expected to be made very soon. Meltzer confirmed that the idea is still a two-hour live show going head-to-head with AEW, but they may actually be attempting to get out in front of their new competition by launching before October 2.
WWE Smackdown will be moving to FOX on October 4 with the huge “20th Anniversary” special that will feature the returns of Hulk Hogan, The Undertaker, Brock Lesnar, Sting and many others, in addition to the entire Raw and Smackdown rosters. Obviously, having three shows on major television networks in primetime slots across the entire week would be a massive gain for WWE.