WWE Bringing In Significant Money for NXT on the USA Network

WWE is set to make a minimum of $50 million per year for NXT airing on the USA Network, according to Dave Meltzer on Wrestling Observer Radio.

WWE will be pulling in huge money for their new TV deals this year as the new SmackDown Fox deal is set to bring $205 million per year while the new RAW USA deal is bringing in $265 million per year.

As noted, WWE announced today that NXT will begin airing live each week from 8-10pm ET on the USA Network on Wednesday, September 18. The show will still air from Full Sail Live.

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