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Big Update on WWE TV Negotiations, WWE Open to Moving RAW & SmackDown to New Networks
By Marc Middleton
Feb 8, 2014 - 6:06:44 PM

- The New York Post reports that NBC Universal until Friday, February 14th, which is Valentine's Day, to respond to WWE's offer that would keep WWE programming on NBCU networks. If a deal if not reached by the 14th, WWE will begin talking with other companies about their offers.

PWInsider reports that two well placed sources confirm that no deal has been reached between WWE and NBC yet. While WWE appreciates its relationship with NBC and do not want to move if they don't have to, WWE will indeed move if NBC doesn't give them what they are looking for.

With the ability to show RAW and SmackDown replays on the WWE Network, the feeling internally is that they will not have a problem with fans finding the product if they change networks.

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