WWE Cruiserweight Champion, Buddy Murphy has been plugging his title match at this Sunday’s WWE TLC event where he will defend against Cedric Alexander.
After Mustafa Ali helped get the wrestling world talking about WWE 205 Live, the champion has promised to do the same on Sunday. Murphy tweeted that they don’t need tables, ladders, or chairs all they need is a chance. Murphy went on to state that205 Live WILL be talked about this Sunday.
— WWE Buddy Murphy (@WWE_Murphy) December 13, 2018
Change To WWE Programming In The UK
Sky Sports, which carries both WWE Raw and WWE SmackDown Live in the UK has notified fans that for the next three weeks the show will be moving channels.
Instead of being on Sky Sports Arena the shows will move to different channels as Darts has taken over the Arena channel for the World Championship tournament. Below is the updated schedule:
Monday December 17: Raw will be on Sky Sports Mix at 1am, with the repeat the following day at 10pm on Sky Sports Action
Tuesday December 18: SmackDown will be on Sky Sports Action at 1am, with the repeat the following day at 11pm also on Sky Sports Action
Christmas Eve: Raw will be on Sky Sports Mix at 1am, with the repeat at midnight on Boxing Day on Sky Sports Mix
Christmas Day: SmackDown will not air live but will be available at 1am via On Demand, at 10pm on Boxing Day on Sky Sports Mix, and with the repeat at 10pm on December 27 on Sky Sports Action
New Year’s Eve: Raw will be on Sky Sports Action at 1am with the repeat at 9pm on Sky Sports Action on New Year’s Day.
New Year’s Day: Smackdown will be at 1am on Sky Sports Action with the repeat at 10pm on Wednesday January 2.
If you have Raw or SmackDown set up on your planner to record this will need to be updated to ensure you don’t miss out on the action over the Holiday period.