As of September 1, WOS Wrestling will be airing in a new time slot, moving half an hour earlier from 5pm to 4:30pm
The replays airing after midnight on the same evening and again on Sunday morning are not expected to change.
The change has nothing to do with ratings. ITV has rejigged its schedule, moving the ITV News to 5:30pm and airing new programming from 6pm on Saturday nights.
The move means WOS will no longer be going head-to-head with live Premier League football but it will be up against the final 20 minutes of football results shows Final Score and Soccer Saturday on other channels.
After a marginal decline from the strong first week, ratings for the show have improved steadily again, climbing a massive 28% for the most recent episode’s overnights.
WOS returns this week with a grudge submission match between Joe Hendry and Martin Kirby, a tag team title tournament final pitting Kip Sabian & Iestyn Rees against Adam Maxted & Nathan Cruz and a WOS Title bout between champion Rampage and British Bulldog Jr.
UK readers can catch up with WOS Wrestling at this link.
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