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WWE Network: Schedule Update for July 19-25

The WWE Network schedule has just dropped as the WWE Universe welcomes fans back to the area. With Money in the Bank now in the books, all eyes point to Summerslam next month. On the WWE Network, fans can check out retro action from the AWA. WWE NXT and NXT UK drop new episodes, as well as the post-game shows for WWE Raw and WWE Smackdown.

WWE Network Weekday Update:

Monday, July 19
AWA Championship Wrestling (7 episodes)
Go back in time and check out some of the best action from the AWA, the American Wrestling Association. For decades, the AWA was considered one of the top wrestling promotions in the world, and now 7 classic episodes have dropped on the WWE Network.

Raw Talk– 11:05 p.m. EST
The first WWE Raw with a live crowd in over a year and a half were delivered a hot night of action. The Monday Night Raw post-game show in the form of Raw Talk will be available on the WWE Network via NBC Peacock.

Tuesday, July 20

No new content


Wednesday, July 21
Monday Night Raw (6/21/21)-
If you are looking to catch up on a recent episode of WWE Raw, the June 21st edition will drop on-demand.

WWE’s The Bump– 10 a.m. EST
The WWE weekly show The Bump drops their newest episode as the hosts and a panel of guests talk all the action in the WWE Universe.

WWE NXT (7/20/21)-
If you missed WWE NXT on Tuesday night, head over to the WWE Network to catch up on Wednesday night.

Thursday, July 22
The stars of the black and gold brand of the United Kingdom will be on display. The latest NXT UK episode can be accessed via NBC Peacock.

This Week in WWE-
The WWE Universe can check out any action they might have missed with This Week in WWE.

Friday, July 23
205 Live – 10 p.m. EST
The best cruiserweight action in the WWE will be flying high on 205 Live immediately following Friday Night Smackdown.

WWE Network: Weekend Update

Saturday, July 24
WWE Main Event (7/1/21)-
If you are looking to check out superstars who don’t often get the spotlight on WWE Raw and WWE Smackdown, give Main Event a shot.

Talking Smack-
The Friday Night Smackdown post-game show will be available on-demand.

Independent Drop-
If you want to check out action outside the WWE Universe, the stars of ICW Fight Club 181 and wXw We Love Wrestling 13 will be in action.

Sunday, July 25
Friday Night SmackDown (6/25/21)-
The June 25th edition of Friday Night Smackdown will be on-demand on the WWE Network.

Robby Steven

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