WWE, also known as World Wrestling Entertainment, is a global entertainment company primarily focused on professional wrestling. It was founded in 1952 as Capitol Wrestling Corporation and has since grown into the largest wrestling promotion in the world.
Over the years, WWE has produced a variety of weekly wrestling shows that have aired on various networks. These shows have featured some of the biggest names in wrestling history and have become staples of the wrestling industry.
Different brands under WWE:
Monday Night RAW
Monday Night RAW is the flagship weekly television show of WWE, airing every Monday night on the USA Network in the United States. The show made its debut on January 11, 1993, and has since become one of the longest-running weekly television shows in history, having aired over 1,400 episodes to date.
RAW is a three-hour show that features some of the biggest names in WWE, including current and former champions, legends, and up-and-coming stars. The show typically features a mix of matches, interviews, and backstage segments that help advance ongoing storylines and build towards upcoming pay-per-view events. Some of the most memorable moments in WWE history have taken place on RAW, including Stone Cold Steve Austin's beer truck incident, The Rock's "This Is Your Life" segment, and the formation of D-Generation X.
Friday Night SmackDown
Friday Night SmackDown is a weekly television show produced by WWE that airs on Friday nights on the FOX network in the United States. The show made its debut on April 29, 1999, and has since become one of the longest-running weekly television shows in history, having aired over 1,100 episodes to date.
SmackDown is a two-hour show that features some of the biggest names in WWE, including current and former champions, legends, and up-and-coming stars. Like RAW, the show features a mix of matches, interviews, and backstage segments that help advance ongoing storylines and build towards upcoming pay-per-view events.
One of the key differences between SmackDown and RAW is the roster. While some wrestlers appear on both shows, SmackDown features a different set of wrestlers and storylines than RAW. This allows for unique matchups and storylines that are exclusive to SmackDown. Some of the most iconic moments in WWE history have taken place on SmackDown, including The Rock's "Laying the SmackDown" catchphrase, Eddie Guerrero's "Lie, Cheat, and Steal" gimmick, and the debut of The Undertaker's "American Badass" persona.
WWE NXT is a weekly television show produced by WWE that airs on the USA Network in the United States. The show made its debut in 2010 and has since become one of the premier brands in WWE, showcasing the company's up-and-coming talent.
NXT is unique in that it features a mix of established veterans and rising stars who are looking to make a name for themselves in WWE. The show serves as a developmental platform for the company, allowing wrestlers to hone their craft and develop their characters before moving up to the main roster.
NXT features a range of matches and segments, including traditional wrestling matches, tag team matches, and hardcore matches. The show also features a range of backstage segments and interviews that help build storylines and develop the characters of the wrestlers.
One of the key aspects of NXT is its focus on athleticism and in-ring performance. The show is known for its fast-paced, hard-hitting matches that showcase the best of WWE's young talent. Many of the wrestlers who have come through NXT have gone on to become major stars in WWE, including Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins, and Becky Lynch.
NXT UK (Now defunct)
NXT UK was a brand of WWE that featured wrestlers from the United Kingdom and Ireland. The brand was launched in 2018 as a way for WWE to showcase the top talent from the region. NXT UK used to have a weekly television show on the WWE Network and other streaming platforms. The UK extension of WWE’s Developmental brand was instrumental in building a lot of talents for the company, like Gunther (f.k.a. WALTER), Butch (f.k.a. Pete Dunne) and JD McDonagh (f.k.a. Jordan Devlin).
However, it was announced last year that NXT UK will be discontinued. It is rumored that WWE discontinued NXT UK intentionally to give their European extension plans some time, before eventually launching NXT Europe.
In addition to these weekly shows, WWE also produces several other shows and events throughout the year, including Premium Live Events like WrestleMania, SummerSlam,Royal Rumble and Survivor Series.
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