As beforehand famous, WWE content material on Peacock is being edited. The identical edits are being made on the present standalone model of the WWE Community that will likely be out there to followers outdoors of america.
In an announcement to the New York Instances, NBCUniversal mentioned that Peacock was “reviewing WWE content material to make sure it aligns with Peacock’s requirements and practices.”
WWE’s assertion states that “Peacock and WWE are reviewing all previous content material to make sure it suits our 2021 requirements.”
It was introduced in January that Peacock acquired the rights to stream dwell WWE occasions and their library for the following 5 years in america. The deal is reportedly value $1 billion. Peacock expects to have the remainder of the archived content material up on their service by the summer time but when the current edits are any indication, you’ll be able to count on fairly a little bit of segments to be eliminated within the coming weeks and months.
Two notable segments that have been eliminated this week by Peacock and the standalone WWE Community have been the Roddy Piper vs. Unhealthy Information Brown match and pre-match interview due to Piper portray half of his face and physique black.
The opposite section that was eliminated was from the 2005 Survivor Sequence the place Vince McMahon used the n-word in a backstage section that included John Cena, Booker T, and Sharmell.
It’s not clear what else will likely be eliminated however presumably, Peacock will likely be taking a better have a look at segments and matches from the Perspective Period and the Ruthless Aggression Period, since that’s when the corporate was pushing a extra adult-oriented product.