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LIVE Hindi Commentary Returns for WWE® RAW™, SmackDown™, NXT™ and Pay-Per-Views on Sony Ten 3 Channels

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Sony Pictures Sports Network (SPSN), the exclusive broadcast partner for WWE in India, announces the return of LIVE Hindi commentary for WWE’s weekly flagship shows RAW, SmackDown and NXT plus all Pay-Per-View special events starting with Backlash™ airing on Monday, June 15.

WWE fans in India can tune-in to SONY TEN 3 channels to catch their favourite WWE Superstars in action with Hindi commentary, while SONY TEN 1 continues to be the destination for WWE with English commentary.

In addition, SPSN will also live telecast one of WWE’s biggest pay-per-view events, Backlash, in Hindi and English on Monday, June 15. This year’s event will be bigger than ever as viewers will witness Randy Orton™ take on Edge™, reigniting their rivalry in The Greatest Wrestling Match Ever. The event will also see Drew McIntyre™ defend his WWE Championship title against Bobby Lashley™; Braun Strowman™ against The Miz™ and John Morrison™ in a Universal Champion Handicap Match and Raw Women’s Champion Asuka™ defending her title against Nia Jax™ with more matches to be announced.

Since 2018, Raw and SmackDown have been telecast in Hindi and starting next week, for the first time ever, WWE NXT will also be made available with Hindi commentary to viewers in India. WWE RAW, SmackDown and NXT are home to some of the biggest WWE Superstars such as Randy Orton™, Drew McIntyre™, Roman Reigns™, Braun Strowman™, Charlotte Flair™, Finn Bálor™ and many more.

WWE Backlash will be aired in India on Monday, June 15 from 4.30am only on SONY TEN 1 and SONY TEN 3 (Hindi) channels

WWE RAW will be telecast live and exclusive in India every Tuesday only on SONY TEN 1 and SONY TEN 3 (Hindi) channels from 5.30 am.

WWE NXT will be telecast live and exclusive in India every Thursday only on SONY TEN 1 and SONY TEN 3 (Hindi) channels from 5.30 am.

WWE SmackDown will be telecast live and exclusive in India every Saturday only on SONY TEN 1 and SONY TEN 3 (Hindi) channels from 5.30 am.

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