WWE’s flagship show will be temporarily moved off of the USA Network for two weeks next month due to coverage of the Winter Olympic Games.
PWInsider is reporting that the February 7 episode of the show will be moved from USA Network as USA is set to air live coverage of the Men’s Figure Skating. Meanwhile, the February 14 show will be moved due to USA’s live coverage of Freestyle Skiing.
The channel change as well as competition from the Winter Olympics will presumably see the show see a steep drop in viewership for those two weeks before their return home to USA on February 20.
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