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WWE Rumors: Possible details on WWE's new show on FS1

Pratyay Ghosh
FEATURED WRITER
Rumors
14 Sep 2019, 22:20 IST

WWE SmackDown comes to FOX in October
WWE SmackDown comes to FOX in October

We may have new details on WWE's new talk show on FS1.

Who could host WWE's new show on FS1?

After WWE SmackDown Live's move to FOX later this year, it's being reported that WWE will have their own weekly talk show on FS1. We may now know who WWE have chosen as the hosts for the said show thanks to WrestleVotes on Twitter.

According to the tweet from WrestleVotes, their source has said that Renee Young and WWE Hall of Famer Booker T will be the hosts when the show starts later this year.

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More possible details on WWE's FS1 show

WrestleVotes' source also gave us some more potential details about the WWE FS1 show. According to them, the show will be broadcast live every Tuesday night and will take place from Los Angeles, California.

You can check out the tweet sent out by WrestleVotes down below:

Details about WWE SmackDown's move to FOX that you may have missed

WWE SmackDown will move to FOX Sports from the USA Network later this year, in October. WWE and FOX Sports signed a five-year deal to bring SmackDown to FS1 earlier this year. The deal is reportedly worth $205 million a year and just over $1 billion over the 5-year period.

FOX Sports President and COO Eric Shanks said the following after the deal announced:

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"At FOX we are thrilled to welcome WWE to the FOX Sports family and bring SmackDown Live to broadcast television. We are huge fans and know that together FOX Sports will be the leader in live events for the foreseeable future."

WWE SmackDown's first show on FOX will take place on October 4th with a number of WWE legends set to return on the night to mark the occasion.

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