Nic Nemeth Shares His Thoughts On WWE RAW Moving To Netflix

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Former WWE star and current TNA star Nic Nemeth recently appeared on an episode of Busted Open Radio, where he talked about a number of topics including WWE RAW moving to Netflix starting in January 2025 and there being no commercials.

Nemeth said, “Without the interruptions, I’m curious to see a straight-through match and when you see a dive you don’t go, ‘Oh, I guess I’m going to the bathroom now, they’re going to break,’” Nemeth said. “No, no, there’s no break, man, you’re watching this on Netflix. It’s all the way through and done. Damn, that’s cool. I like not knowing, ‘Well, it’s 10:59, Stone Cold has to come out at some point and it’s got to be right now and it’s going to be over.’ No, ‘It’s now 11:18 and I think they’re in the main event, I don’t know.’ There is some kind of interest there when you don’t know when it ends… There’s a little bit of a wrestling feel to it.”

On it opening things to go longer:

“You’re like, ‘Aw, man. We’re going to a pay-per-view and we got 90 seconds? Alright, cut my entrance, cut out all my stuff,’” he said. “Now, I don’t know. Do you have that? Like, ‘Oh, hey. Sorry. Sheamus went 10 minutes over, but don’t worry about it because we’re on Netflix. We’re going to do a two hour and 20 minute show instead of two hours and 10 minutes.’ You go, ‘Oh, okay, cool.’”

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