In the constantly evolving world of pro wrestling media, WWE content has been an essential component of several streaming services for quite some time now. Yet, it seems the access to this treasured wrestling content featuring shows like Raw, SmackDown, NXT, Main Event Superstars, NXT Level Up en Español, 205 Live, Total Divas, and Total Bellas, might have been on rocky ground due to multiple streaming issues. However, pandemonium has been averted – for now.
Previously, a pending cessation of partnership with Hulu had fans on edge, as expiration dates began to appear on WWE content. Speculation abounded, with many jumping to the conclusion that WWE and Hulu were all set to sever ties post September 26th. These assumptions, however, have now been refuted.
According to reports from PWInsider, the pro wrestling titan and the popular streaming service have managed to hammer out a short-term extension on their current deal. While a lot of the content under this agreement would likely still expire in the coming 7-14 days, the looming total removal has been postponed.
As we dive deeper into this surprising twist, it seems WWE and Hulu, the long-time collaborators, have been negotiating behind the scenes, managing to arrive at this temporary extension. Clearly, discussions and maneuvers are still happening, as they work out the finer details and strive to finalize a deal that could be a boon for wrestling fans everywhere.
This surely brings solace to countless of WWE’s dedicated followers. Armed with their remotes and unquenchable thirst for high-octane wrestling action, fans will, for now, continue to enjoy their favorite shows on Hulu, eagerly anticipating a more conclusive long-term agreement.
The bell hasn’t rung on WWE’s partnership with Hulu just yet, but till the final verdict is out, the audience waits on tenterhooks. Swing by the comments section, readers — let’s discuss WWE’s potential future with Hulu.