Prime Time Wrestling episodes popping up on the WWE Network

WWE has started slowly adding the Prime Time Wrestling series to the WWE Network, a show which originally aired on USA Network from January 1985 to January 1993, signing off to make room for Monday Night Raw.

Only two shows so far are archived online, both from mid 1986 with WWE Hall of Famers, the late Gorilla Monsoon and Bobby Heenan hosting.

Earlier this week, WWE’s Chief Financial and Strategy Officer George Barrios said that a lot new programming will be announced for the WWE Network. He was speaking at the UBS Financial Conference.

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