Every month within WWE, when a pay-per-view event is hyped up so much for weeks, there is often an unintentional quiet week following the occasion.
For April's pay-per-view event however, it seems WWE are intent on continuing the interest and excitement the extravaganza generated at the Allstate Arena last Sunday night.
The method which the company has chosen to attempt to maintain this positive energy is through the ever-popular and now award-winning, WWE Network.
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Those who have subscribed to the network will be presented with several new shows this week which include a large amount of intimate backstage footage, something to which the WWE Universe is seldom allowed access.
Firstly, the hugely popular King Of The Ring tournament made its return to WWE on Monday Night Raw this week and both the semi-finals and finals will be screened live on the Network on the evening of Tuesday 28th April.
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Probably the most exciting booking for this week's WWE Network schedule however, will be the interview Chris Jericho has with none other than special guest Stephanie McMahon, which has been perfectly placed straight after WWE Smackdown this coming Thursday night.
With Jericho's previous interview with John Cena already having gone down a storm, we are sure to see some huge questions answered as the Chief Brand Officer of WWE is put under the spotlight live on the Network.
As if these two massive installments were not exciting enough, WWE have continued to produce an incredible line-up right up until Monday 4th May.
With what is set to be one of the biggest boxing matches in history just around the corner in Mayweather vs Pacquaio, WWE are airing a behind-the-scenes look at when Mayweather took on the might of the 7-foot giant Big Show some seven years ago at WrestleMania 24.
Following this WWE finishes off its impressive week of programming on the WWE Network with a documentary showcasing a day in the life of one of the company's biggest stars at present, Roman Reigns.
This will be broadcast next Monday night and again reiterates how, despite its criticisms, the WWE Network has succeeded in providing a platform to give followers of WWE a unique insight into the real goings on and lives of those within the company.
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