Fans were pretty upset over WWE Network issues.
On Wednesday, NXT premiered on USA Network with a one-hour live show before switching to WWE Network for the second hour. Unfortunately for some users, they had trouble logging into the WWE Network when the switch occurred, causing them to miss portions of the show.
Speaking to the media after the event, Triple H addressed the Network issues.
"I heard about it. I don't believe, from my understanding of what I've heard, I don't believe it was a massive widespread thing. Bad news travels fast, but I don't believe it was as big as it was put out there to be. I think there was a select grouping of people that couldn't log in. The great thing is, once the issue was addressed and fixed, they could log right in and you can go back and watch it on demand and watch it whenever you want. With the platform comes glitches and issues. They're in the process of figuring it all out and hopefully it's something that'll never happen again," he said.
WWE issued the following apology to users who were affected by the log in issue.
“You may have experienced a technical issue with WWE Network earlier this evening. The matter has been resolved, and you can now access the Network and watch tonight’s episode of NXT on demand. We apologize for any inconvenience.”
As previously reported, fans had issues streaming WWE Network live events over SummerSlam weekend, which was the first live streaming weekend following a major upgrade to the platform. You can find out more about those issues by clicking here. By most accounts, WWE Network ran without issue for Clash of Champions.
You can listen to the full media call with Triple H by clicking here.
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