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WWE Network Employees Had ‘No Idea’ Peacock Deal Was Happening

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WWE and NBC revealed earlier this week that the United States version of the WWE Network would be heading to the Peacock streaming service. In an update from the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, several employees within WWE’s Network division had no idea that the deal was even going ahead.

‘Myself and my team were completely bulldozed by the press release about Peacock’s streaming rights to WWE Network in the U.S.,’ confirmed a Wrestling Observer source within the WWE Network division.

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‘We just had an all employee meeting last week and there was zero indication that this would be happening” the source continued. “And while I’m here, I’ve also heard internally that they’re pointing the finger at social media for poor ratings.’

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