Triple H Reveals Which ‘Issue’ Will Be Removed When WWE Raw Moves To Netflix

Triple H Reveals Which ‘Issue’ Will Be Removed When WWE Raw Moves To Netflix WWE

Paul ‘Triple H’ Levesque clarified that when WWE Raw moves to Netflix, there will be one current issue with broadcast immediately eliminated.

Comparing the upcoming move to Netflix to the current partnership with FOX for instance on SmackDown, Triple H revealed that things will be different on the streaming platform.

Referring to WWE Raw’s move to Netflix in 2025, Paul ‘Triple H’ Levesque has confirmed that the show will no longer have censors over explicit fan chants or even promos.

On the Pat McAfee Show, he said:

“Netflix is a completely different animal.

“It’s a streaming service, how are commercials going to work? How are breaks going to work? What’s the length of time? What are the restrictions? What are not restrictions?

“Just as an example, us being on FOX, if the crowd chants ‘holy s**t’ or something much worse, they just take the audio (out). Sometimes they take the picture and the audio off and it’s just a black screen.

“The Rock comes in and you sort of can’t tell The Rock what to do. What are we going to tell him? So, he sort of does what he does. We won’t have those issues with Netflix.”

Whether or not the product may actively cultivate an edgier voice for the Netflix based stories versus those on broadcast television remains to be seen.

Elsewhere in the chat, Triple H gave a status update on Chad Gable after the Wyatt Sicks backstage attack that ended last week’s WWE Raw.

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