WWE: Network's original Talking Smack show shutdown by the company

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Even stranger, it truly seemed like WWE's talents were benefiting from the free-form arena Talking Smack supplied.

Check out WWE's official statement below.

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WWE reached out to Fightful.com to comment on the story, saying "We continuously review WWE Network's programming line-up based on a variety of factors, including viewership and subscriber research". "Unfiltered" was an interview show, which has aired on the WWE Network since April 2015, featuring Young talking to various wrestlers and entertainers.

While the primary hosts were Renee Young and Daniel Bryan, the likes of Shane McMahon, Peter Rosenberg and JBL have also appeared.

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The show, hosted by Renee Young since its inception previous year, will now only be aired after SmackDown pay-per-views. That was the controversial segment where The Miz mocked Daniel Bryan for not being able to wrestle anymore and going on a tirade about how he works harder and cares more about wrestling than Bryan did. However, following his union with his wife, his stock substantially rose. "Talking Smack" aired on the WWE Network following Tuesday's "SmackDown Live"; "Raw Talk" ran after "Monday Night Raw". Because the WWE wanted 205 Live to be a live show, they moved "Talking Smack" to after it. That likely affected its numbers.

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