WWE 'Talking Smack' host learns show was canceled through Twitter


Between the hosting of Daniel Bryan and Renee Young, as well as the weekly wild moments with guys like The Miz and Kevin Owens, the show will be dearly missed by fans.

According to the WWE, they review the lineup of WWE Network shows and use a variety of factors when deciding to cancel or continue airing a show.

Contrary to reports, Talking Smack was not canceled due to a lack of viewers.

WWE has canceled its weekly "Talking Smack" and "Raw Talk" talk shows.

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Talking Smack is not going away entirely, though. "Talking Smack" aired on the WWE Network following Tuesday's "SmackDown Live"; "Raw Talk" ran after "Monday Night Raw". Back in April, it was reported that 205Live ratings are very low to the point that it is being beaten by pre-taped NXT episodes. A clip of Miz ranting against Daniel Bryan racked up 2.1 million views on YouTube. As a result, anyone who watched SmackDown Live and wanted to see the talk show while it was fresh on their minds either had to watch 205 Live or wait an hour.

This is not the first time this year that Renee Young has received unpleasant news from the WWE. "I'm the GM! Nobody tells me anything!"

Superstars from the blue brand appeared here to let their voice heard to the world and make the most of the opportunity of featuring on live television.

The post-Smackdown talk-show, often hosted by Renee Young, blurred the lines between real personalities and kayfabe characters. Because the WWE wanted 205 Live to be a live show, they moved "Talking Smack" to after it.