WWE News and Notes
– HeelByNature report that WWE has removed Wrestlemania 24 from the WWE Network. There was issued with the PPV sold on DVD due to a lawsuit filed by a music producer in 2010, which was dismissed in 2013.
– Speaking of the WWE Network, the network is no longer available in its regular form in India as the rights to the platform have been sold to WWE’s Indian partner Sony
– Jim Ross has been interviewed for several upcoming WWE documentaries being produced by A&E, according to the Wrestling Observer.
– WWE’s Quibi show Fight Like a Girl looks to have a new home, as Roku has picked up of the defunct streaming platform’s original programming. Roku announced on Friday that it has acquired the rights to the original programming that aired on Quibi, which was a short-form mobile streaming platform that flopped and shut down six months after its launch.
WWE’s series Fight Like a Girl was a Wuibi exclusive and featured 10 episodes with members of the women’s division pairing up with a woman who was feeling held back by personal issues. Stephanie McMahon, Becky Lynch, Charlotte Flair, Nikki and Brie Bella, Sasha Banks, Alexa Bliss, Sonya Deville, Natalya, Paige and Nia Jax all appeared in the show.
While Roku’s announcement does not specifically mention Fight Like a Girl, it is likely to air on the service. It must be noted that the announcement does not say that any new content is coming, and it is possible the shows and films from Quibi will not continue but will simply air their original episodes.