With the WWE's Network set to launch on Monday, the programming lineup has now been announced.
And, as reported by wrestlinginc.com, it appears that the WWE will go head-to-head with TNA on a Thursday evening.
The Network will have three programmes on over a three hour period between 8 and 11pm on a Thursday evening.
Legends House, which will begin on April 10, will begin at 8pm, NXT (starting on March 6) will air from 9pm and Superstars (starting next Thursday) will be shown from 10pm.
The WWE have taken the industry to the next level having introduced the 24/7 streaming service and it remains to be seen as to how successful the Network will prove to be.
This week's episode of RAW, which will see the Undertaker and Hulk Hogan appear, will see the launch of the Network.
However, on a Thursday night, Wrestling fans will now have to choose between the Network and the TNA.
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