WWE Show Goes On Hiatus

A WWE show has gone on hiatus.

WrestleVotes reported on Wednesday that WWE's The Bump would be on a five-week hiatus following the May 22 episode as the show will be moving to the new WWE headquarters from July 3. 

"I'm told that following today's episode of WWE The Bump, the show will be going on a 5-week hiatus as it prepares to transition to the new WWE HQ beginning on July 3rd," WrestleVotes tweeted.

WWE's The Bump has aired on the WWE Network and the company's YouTube channel since 2019. The series features interviews with WWE wrestlers and personalities and is currently hosted by Sam Roberts, Megan Morant, and Ryan Papolla. Past hosts of the show include Matt Camp, who was released by WWE earlier this year, and Kayla Braxton. 

Logan Paul was a guest on the May 22 episode of WWE's The Bump. Paul is set to challenge Cody Rhodes for the Undisputed WWE Championship at Saturday's King & Queen of the Ring pay-per-view. Another guest was Natalya, whose WWE contract is reportedly set to expire within days. 

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