Wrestling News World reader Brandon van Reenen sent in the following:
WWE Superstars, which aired on e.tv in South Africa, has been removed from the local programming schedule. e.tv's two-year licensing deal to air WWE Superstars expired this past May. e.tv is the current broadcaster for WWE programming in Southern Africa, featuring Raw, SmackDown, NXT, Vintage Collection, Afterburn, Bottom Line and pay-per-views and broadcasts to more than 60 millions viewers across the African continent.
Richard Reacts: It's easy to forget just how many shows WWE has airing around the world but when I look at the list Brandon noted, is it any wonder the company continues to grow leaps and bounds in international markets? Shane McMahon did a great job at establishing international TV deals during his tenure with the company and a lot of what we see today are the results of his hard work. I would personally like to see "WWE Vintage Collection" come to the United States.
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