As you may know, the Cruiserweights are getting their own exclusive show, 205 Live, which will air right after SmackDown Live, each Tuesday. While the news has us all hyped up, concerns have raised over the status of Talking Smack.
A lack of an official announcement from the WWE has led to a wide array of speculation regarding the Talk show. As per third party source, four3four.com, Talking Smack will not be discontinued and yet the time of its airing has still not been determined.
While the news of Talking Smack being prolongated comes off as a grand announcement, how long the fans would have to wait for its airing, after the main show is still in contention.
205 Live goes live on 29th November and its inaugural night will feature a title bout between The Brian Kendrick and Rich Swann. The show is expected to be a 45-minute affair, and as per four3four.com, it will air right after SmackDown Live.
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Talking about Talking Smack, the show has been a vital part of making SmackDown Live a must watch television show. It is not your typical analytical post-show which irks us with recycled moments from the main show, but it actually serves a purpose. It gives wrestlers creative freedom in the development of their characters and also helps them to add the much-needed detailing to their respective storylines, as the limited on-air time is just not enough to do so.
The interesting pairing of Renee Young and SmackDown Live, General Manager, Daniel Bryan, further makes it a staple for the internet community and wrestling fans from all around the world. If you have been living under the rock, here is a video to show you what exactly you have been missing out!
Will the inception of 205, mark an end to the fan favourite, Talking Smack? Stay tuned for more updates.
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