One-hour versions of Raw and Smackdown come to free-to-air TV in Mexico

 
 

WWE and Imagen Televisión, the newest national broadcast television network in Mexico, today announced a new agreement to broadcast WWE’s flagship programs Raw and Smackdown on free-to-air television in Mexico.

Beginning tomorrow, Imagen Televisión will air a weekly one-hour version of Raw at 3PM on Saturdays and a weekly one-hour version of SmackDown at 4PM on Saturdays, both with Spanish commentary.

“We are thrilled to bring Raw and SmackDown back-to-back, every Saturday to our viewers,” said Adriana Ibañez, Chief Content Officer for Imagen Televisión. “WWE’s content has proven to be very well received by the Mexican audience and we are counting on fans to come enjoy these two fun-filled shows at Imagen Televisión.”

“Imagen Televisión shares our vision and passion for engaging and entertaining our fans,” said Michelle Wilson, WWE Co-President. “This partnership to televise localized WWE programming on free-to-air TV in Mexico allows us to expand our reach and deliver action-packed, family-friendly entertainment to WWE fans throughout the country.”

The new agreement with Imagen Televisión complements FOX Sports’ broadcasts of Raw and SmackDown, which will continue to air live in Mexico and the rest of Latin America.