The WWE Network has been a huge success since its risky launch back in 2014.
Despite the ill-timed, multiple plugs fans have become accustomed to over the past two years, the Network itself is a hardcore fans dream.
With all the varied content that features old episodes of Monday Night Raw or SmackDown Live, or even the past ECW and WCW pay-per-views, a wrestling fan can live in any era they damn well please.
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One thing the Network has done impressively well is churn out new content. Shows like 'Ride Along', 'Table for 3' and 'Swerved' have all received positive reviews and fans enjoy seeing the wrestlers behind the scenes.
According to the Wrestling Observer, Vince McMahon and co. are looking at new content ideas and are focusing on having two men, in particular, are the forefront of them.
WWE officials are looking at using Paul Heyman and JBL on the WWE Network with a variety of different programming ideas and in regards to Heyman, The Observer adds that apparently, they are also looking at doing a show that would bring back ECW characters from the original era, including Taz, Tommy Dreamer and The Dudley Boys.
So, fans can expect to see a lot more of Heyman and JBL on their screens, and especially in relation to the former, that can never be a bad thing.
Heyman is one of the greatest talkers the wrestling business has ever seen and it is surprising the WWE hasn't used his talents more on their Network thus far.
In between serving as Brock Lesnar's advocate, the man who created ECW is sure to be a captivating watch on the Network.
JBL, who serves as a commentator on SD Live, already has a successful show in 'Legends with JBL', so it will be interesting to see what else the WWE can come up with for the former world champion.
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