Peacock And WWE Network Remove Controversial DX Segment

Peacock is reviewing all 17,000 hours of WWE Network content

Peacock is in the process of removing controversial segments from the WWE Network, as they continue to migrate over content onto their platform. 

Another infamous segment from the Attitude Era has been cut, with D-Generation X's parody of The Nation Of Domination from the July 6, 1998 episode of Raw being removed from the WWE Network. 

The segment saw DX members dress up as the superstars involved with The Nation of Domination and mock them as the two factions continued an ongoing feud. 

According to PWInsider, while the full episode of that particular Raw is yet to be migrated over to Peacock, the segment itself has been removed from the WWE Network as WWE and Peacock continue to review past content. 

References to the segment that featured in a video hype package for The Rock vs. Triple H at SummerSlam 1998 have also been edited out of the pay-per-view. 

Peacock recently confirmed that they were reviewing all 17,000 hours of the content on the WWE Network to ensure it complied with their standards and practices in 2021. WWE is aware of and assisting with the process, with the edits also being made on the standalone WWE Network, meaning they affect international viewers too.

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