WWE NXT To Remain On Tuesday Nights Following Move To The CW

WWE NXT sticking on Tuesday nights

Following five years on the USA Network, WWE NXT will move to The CW in October 2024. 

There was no word on which night WWE NXT would air on but The CW have confirmed today that NXT will be remaining on Tuesday nights from October. The TV network confirmed there would be no change in a press release detailing their Autumn 2024 schedule. 

"Get Ready to Rumble with the Broadcast Television Debut of WWE NXT on Tuesdays," The CW wrote.

It was announced in November 2023 that NXT would be moving to The CW in 2024. The deal is believed to be a 70 per cent increase over NXT's current arrangement with the USA Network that is believed to be worth $15 million per year. 

NXT traditionally aired on Wednesday nights but moved to Tuesdays in April 2021 after often losing the head-to-head battle with AEW Dynamite for 18 months. 

Current stars on WWE NXT include NXT Champion Trick Williams, NXT Women's Champion Roxanne Perez, Tony D'Angelo, Lola Vice, and Chase U. 

All of WWE's programming in the United States is set to have new homes, with Friday Night SmackDown moving to the USA Network from September 13 while Monday Night Raw will head to Netflix in January 2025. 

In the United Kingdom, meanwhile, all of WWE's weekly programming and pay-per-views will air on Netflix from January 2025. 

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