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WWE Network: Schedule Update for July 26-Aug 1

The WWE Network schedule has just dropped as the WWE Universe marches forward towards WWE Summerslam in August. In the aftermath of Money in the Bank, the live WWE audience in attendance to catch all the action for the first time in over a year and a half. On the WWE Network, fans can check out the weekly talk show The Bump, with AJ Styles and Omos stopping by. WWE NXT and NXT UK drop new episodes, as well as the post-game shows for WWE Raw and WWE Smackdown also made available.

WWE Network Weekday Update:

Monday, July 26
Raw Talk– 11:05 p.m. EST
Following the events of Monday Night Raw, head over to the WWE Network for the WWE Raw post-game show.

Tuesday, July 27
No new content

WWE NXT Action

Wednesday, July 28
Monday Night Raw (6/28/21)-
If you need to catch up on WWE Rawm the June 28th edition will drop on the WWE Network via NBC Peacock.

WWE’s The Bump: AJ Styles & Omos– 10 a.m. EST
The weekly WWE Talk Show The Bump will discuss all the major happening in the WWE Universe. AJ Styles and Omos join the panel as the featured guests of the week.

WWE NXT (7/27/21)-
For those who missed the latest action of the black and gold brand, the latest WWE NXT episode will be available.

Thursday, July 29
NXT UK-
The stars of NXT UK will be on display as the action of the summer heats up. NXT Champion WALTER continues his historic reign but others want to put it to an end.

This Week in WWE-
If you missed any action in the WWE Universe, This Week in WWE will catch you right up.

WWE Network: Weekend Schedule

Friday, July 30
205 Live – 10 p.m. EST
Following Friday Night Smackdown, the best cruiserweights in the WWE will be in action on 205 Live.

Saturday, July 31
WWE Main Event (7/8/21)-
To watch superstars not often featured on WWE Raw and WWE Smackdown, give Main Event a shot. Main Event drops on Hulu each week before airing on the network via NBC Peacock.

Talking Smack-
The Friday Night Smackdown post-game show is delivered in the form of Talking Smack. The WWE Universe can catch the hot takes on the WWE Network.

Independent Drop-
To check out action outside of the WWE Universe, give ICW Fight Club 182 and PROGRESS Wrestling Chapter 116 a watch this weekend.

Sunday, August 1
Friday Night SmackDown (7/2/21)-
The July 2 edition of WWE Smackdown will be available on the WWE Network via Peacock.

Robby Steven

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