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Update on WWE India Superstar Spectacle

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WWE recently announced special broadcast show. Superstar Spectacle will be broadcast specifically with their Indian audience in mind. Superstar Spectacle is likely to be taking place around January 21st, and now there’s some updates on how the show will come together.

PWInsider revealed some extra information regarding the announced show. The event will reportedly be taped at the WWE Capitol Wrestling Center in Orlando, Florida. This will be on the aforementioned 21st January.

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Currently, the Superstar Spectacle is expected to be around 90 minutes long, potentially even two hours in length. The show will feature commentary in both English and Hindi languages. This is another move from WWE as they look to expand operations into India.

Advertising for the Indian market has listed and promoted talents such as Jinder Mahal. As well as NXT star Kavita Devi, Indus Sher and The Bollywood Boys.

The Superstar Spectacle is set to air on Sony TEN 1 and Sony TEN 3. This will be on Indian Republic Day, Tuesday January 26 at 8 PM local time to the region.

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