WWE Show Set For Several Week Hiatus

WWE Show Set For Several Week Hiatus WWE

A WWE show is reportedly set to take a hiatus from airing for several weeks as it prepares to transition to a new venue.

WWE moved into a new headquarters recently – with CM Punk famously getting stuck there overnight earlier this month – and a show will be airing from there soon, but will be taking a break beforehand.

WWE’s The Bump debuted in 2019 and has become a weekly show on the company’s social media channels.

It’s currently hosted by Megan Morant, Sam Roberts and Ryan Papolla, and features interviews with WWE stars which often blur the lines between in-character and out of character.

Providing an update today, WrestleVotes reports the show is set for a hiatus and will resume at the start of July.

They tweeted:

I’m told that following today’s episode of WWE The Bump, the show will be going on a 5-week hiatus as it prepares to transition to the new WWE HQ beginning on July 3rd.

Today’s episode of The Bump is set to feature interviews with Logan Paul, Natalya and JBL.

Paul challenges Cody Rhodes for the Undisputed WWE Championship at King & Queen of the Ring this Saturday.

We’ll keep you posted with any further updates.

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3 weeks ago by Liam Winnard


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