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WWE Issues Statement for Network Failure and Big Match Added to Smackdown

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(Bray Wyatt, photo via lockerdome.com)

The WWE network has its’ ups and it has certainly had its’ share of downs to counteract. On Saturday night’s edition of a WWE Live event in Madison Square Garden there were reportedly a heavy amount of outages or buffering involved when fans attempted to tune into the blockbuster main event of Brock Lesnar vs The Big Show.

WWE has issued a statement with regards to reported technical issues during Saturday’s “WWE Live from Madison Square Garden: Brock Lesnar vs. Big Show” special which aired on the WWE Network:

“WWE Network did not experience technical difficulties on Saturday night as confirmed by our streaming service partner, Major League Baseball Advanced Media. Any subscriber who had streaming issues may have been experiencing problems due to the broadband/WiFi service in their home or on their mobile device.”

Last night on Monday Night Raw, the feud between the Wyatt family and Dean Ambrose, Randy Orton and Roman Reigns will in fact continue. In addition to the Hell in a Cell contest between Roman Reigns and the leader of the Wyatt Family, Bray Wyatt, Bray will join the newest member of his clan in “The Black Sheep” Braun Stroman in what is seemingly the main event of Smackdown against Randy Orton and Reigns.

This feud has gone on for the past several months beginning when Bray stopped Reigns from winning the Money in the Bank Ladder match and has been war after war since then.  Speculation is running rampant that the feud may even excel further than the Hell in a Cell contest and there may be another match at the Survivor Series pay-per-view. Only time will tell but credit the WWE creative team for keeping this rivalry interesting for a lengthy period of time.

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