Renee Young addresses 'Talking Smack' cancellation


And while reps for the WWE confirmed the show's cancellation, the pro wrestling league apparently neglected to inform the show's hosts about the decision, with Young commenting sarcastically on a tweet about the show's demise.

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

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.

As noted earlier today, is reporting that WWE has cancelled their "Talking Smack" weekly SmackDown Live post-show.

Still, Talking Smack has been a place where a lot of WWE superstars have experienced substantial character development.

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The program gained buzz last year when The Miz and Daniel Bryan argued on-air, which is largely attributed to the rise of The Miz over the past year. And with some moments from that show surpassing the actual promos delivered on SmackDown Live.

- Renee Young (@ReneeYoungWWE) July 14, 2017 I come online to support #SamiForSyria and find this out.

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 charming host, Renee Young also expressed her disappointment on Twitter.

So we will only have one episode of Talking Smack every month. Meanwhile, Cruiserweight series "205 Live" will continue to run Tuesday nights on the WWE Network and will follow "SmackDown".