WWE announced Monday on their verified social media accounts that the launch of the WWE Network in the United Kingdom has been delayed until further notice.
Below is the official statement from Twitter:
">@WWENetwork in the U.K. has been delayed until further notice.
— WWE Network (@WWENetwork)
The launch of @WWENetwork in the U.K. has been delayed until further notice.
— WWE Network (@WWENetwork) November 3, 2014
">November 3, 2014
Monday, November 3, 2014 3:00 PM EDT Update: WWE removed the statement from the verified Facebook page of the WWE Network. End update.
Monday, November 3, 2014 6:50 PM EDT Update: WWE added one line to the aforementioned statement that was posted here on dot com. That line is as follows: WWE would like to thank our fans in the United Kingdom for bearing with us. End update.
WWE announced last week their Over the Top service would launch for free on Monday through the end of the month. They sent out the following email:
The WWE Network was originally scheduled to launch in the United Kingdom on October 1, however, was delayed. Vince McMahon and George Barrios confirmed last Thursday in a conference call with investors the service would launch in the UK in November but didn’t give a specific date. We recapped that call at this link.