The road to WrestleMania has given us plenty of exciting stuff so far (including the signing of Killer Kross and Timothy Thatcher to NXT!), but news coming out of today's WWE quarterly financial report conference call is that the WWE Network may be undergoing some serious changes soon and not for the better. With talk of live pay-per-views moving away from the streaming service entirely, would you stay subscribed? And is this something that may be going into effect sooner rather than later? Graham "GSM" Matthews opens this week's WrestleRant Radio with his full analysis of the statements made regarding the WWE Network's uncertain future.
In the second half of the show, GSM has plenty to say in his reviews of Raw and discusses Raw being better lately than it has in some time, Randy Orton garnering great heat for not saying a single word, Ruby Riott returning and targeting Liv Morgan, Drew McIntyre destroying Mojo Rawley, praise for the Kevin Owens vs. Seth Rollins rivalry and where it might be headed, a possible match for Aleister Black at WrestleMania 36, Angel Garza impressing in his Raw debut and what the United States Championship match should be for WrestleMania, Rhea Ripley confronting Charlotte Flair and if Bianca Belair will be added to the WrestleMania build, if Becky Lynch is in the process of turning heel, and Ricochet becoming the new number one contender to the WWE Championship at Super ShowDown.
Finally, GSM closes out the episode with NXT and AEW Dynamite thoughts and talks Dominik Dijakovic challenging Keith Lee for the NXT North American Championship, the great back-and-forth between Johnny Gargano and Finn Balor, Jordan Devlin's potential, the six-man tag team main event and Velveteen Dream returning afterward, matches on tap for upcoming episodes of Dynamite, Britt Baker continuing her heel turn, tension within The Elite, MJF giving Cody 10 lashes, and more!
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