Today, WWE Network subscribers were given unfortunate news as WWE announced the cancellation of Talking Smack, an interview show that during the first half of the trademark division allowed the SmackDown characters to develop in ways that were not Possible by other means .
Featuring Renee Young and Daniel Bryan, as well as occasional appearances by Shane McMahon and JBL, Talking Smack was where The Miz gave one of the best promos of his career , Alexa Bliss polished his magnificent microphone and James Ellsworth became one of The most beloved characters, before he began to tire. Not to mention Bryan’s amusing two-way comments.
WWE Canceled Talking Smack As Weekly Show
Even so, WWE decided to withdraw Talking Smack from its weekly schedule and leave it only on PPV nights, just as Raw Talk works on the red mark.
I’m sad about #TalkingSmack as a weekly show. Still post PPVs.
— John Canton (@johnreport) July 14, 2017
“Sorry for Talking Smack as a weekly show. Still after the PPV.
Thank you Renee Young and Daniel Bryan for doing a great job as regular hosts . “
Hmmmm that’s one way to get news. https://t.co/sNIYUZfD7N
— Renee Young (@ReneeYoungWWE) July 14, 2017
“Hmmmm, what a way to get the news.” A while later, Renee again wrote to express her disappointment at the loss of space and the return to her original role as an interviewer.
Really disappointed about #TalkingSmack. We tried to make that show great. Guess I’ll go back to welcoming my guest at this time. — Renee Young (@ReneeYoungWWE) July 14, 2017 “Really disappointed by Talking Smack. We tried to make the show great. I guess I’ll welcome my guest back at the moment. “ Renee is not alone in her sentiment, because even a campaign on Change.org has been created to bring back Talking Smack, and although it is unlikely that WWE will reverse its decision, the space will be surprised by the possibility that is now Denies Superstars to show their true mood.