X, the social media platform owned by Elon Musk, formerly known as Twitter, has entered into an agreement with WWE to produce an exclusive weekly series called WWE Speed, which will feature timed matches that are designed to be completed in five minutes or less. The show will debut this spring.
The Hollywood Reporter is reporting that the agreement is a two-year deal with the idea for there to be new episodes every week for a total of 52 episodes per year.
Netflix secured a 10-year, $5 billion deal for the rights to RAW and WWE’s international streaming rights. SmackDown will make the move from FOX to the USA Network, while WWE NXT will transition from the USA Network to The CW later this year.