The first three episodes of Bring it to the Table were not without controversy, but controversy creates interest, and interest draws eyeballs. So the 'Pardon The Interruption' style debate show is coming to the WWE Network as a monthly series.
In the first offering, guest Paul Heyman badgered and belittled host Peter Rosenberg into admitting he was stupid for wanting Raw to be two hours instead of three.
People didn't like that.
On the third episode, JBL said that fans who booed Roman Reigns were just 'little crybabies.'
People didn't like that, either.
It was on the second episode of Bring It To The Table where JBL's comments about Mauro Ranallo set off a chain reaction which led to the SmackDown play by play man leaving the company.
Nevertheless, the success of the original three specials is being picked up into a series, airing once a month, according to PWInsider.com.
The first episode of this new series is this coming Monday after Raw and will feature reactions to the House of Horrors match.
JBL and Corey Graves will be the regular 'debaters' and Rosenberg will return as host.
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