WWE Announces New Date For Broken Skull Sessions With Kevin Nash

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WWE Announces New Date For Broken Skull Sessions With Kevin Nash

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Kevin Nash’s appearance on the Broken Skull Sessions with Steve Austin may not have aired during “NWO Week,” but it will air this Sunday along with Money In The Bank, according to the company website.

WWE announced what’s on the agenda for the Network this week as they build towards Money In The Bank this coming Sunday with some featured players on tap for guest appearances.

All roads lead to WWE Money in the Bank in this week’s lineup of new and original programming streaming exclusively on Peacock in the U.S. and on WWE Network everywhere else.

The Best of WWE brings back another collection of the greatest Money in the Bank Ladder Matches this Tuesday. Relive some of the most iconic Money in the Bank Ladder Matches in WWE history, from the second one ever at WrestleMania 22 all the way to last year’s wild Men’s and Women’s combined match held at WWE’s official headquarters.

The crew on WWE’s The Bump is prepared to welcome a star-studded lineup this Wednesday that includes two-time WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair, another Hall of Famer — and challenger for Roman Reigns’ Universal Championship this Sunday — Edge, and Raw Women’s Champion Rhea Ripley.

Then on Sunday, it’s a Money in the Bank extravaganza jam-packed with another edition of The Ultimate Show, another episode of WWE’s The Bump and then, of course, WWE Money in the Bank live in front of the WWE Universe in Fort Worth, Texas streaming at 8 ET/5 PT.

In case you thought Sunday couldn’t get any bigger, keep your eyes peeled for a brand-new episode of “Stone Cold” Steve Austin’s Broken Skull Sessions, featuring WWE Hall of Famer and nWo founding member Kevin Nash.

Check out the full list of premieres below. WWE Network, including all PPVs, is available in the United States exclusively on Peacock Premium for $4.99 — a $5.00/month savings. Details available at PeacockTV.com.

This announcement of an official date comes not even an hour after PeacockTV told customers that the Broken Skull Sessions episode has been postponed.

“Steve Austin’s Broken Skull Sessions has been postponed by WWE. We do not have any further information at this time. If you have any additional questions, please DM us. We are always happy to help,” Peacock’s customer service Tweeted to a curious fan.

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