Report: Peacock Reviewing 17,000 Hours Of WWE Content

More controversial moments in WWE history could be removed from Peacock.

WWE content began to move to Peacock on March 18, with the WWE Network officially coming to an end on April 4. As content begins to move to Peacock, certain moments from WWE history have already been edited.

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As previously reported, Roddy Piper painting himself half black for his promo and match against Bad News Brown at WrestleMania 6 has been removed from the Peacock version of the event. Peacock has also removed Vince McMahon using the N-word from his Survivor Series 2005 segment involving John Cena and Booker T.

The Hollywood Reporter reports Peacock is reviewing all 17,000 hours of WWE content to ensure it aligns with Peacock's standards and practices. WWE is being made aware of any edits.

It is unknown if more segments and matches will be removed as content continues to be added to Peacock.

Peacock and WWE previously stated their goal is to have all content available on the platform by SummerSlam in August.

Fightful will continue to monitor the story as it unfolds.

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