On January 25, WWE announced WWE Network will be moving to Peacock in March.
Fans will receive the same access they do now, along with having access to the Peacock library, but there is an option to save $5 by choosing an experience that includes ads.
While many fans see the positive in the move, some did complain about the change. WWE announcer Vic Joseph believes the complaints simply comes down to laziness.
"It comes down to one word: laziness," said Joseph on WWE After The Bell. "I only say this because I've talked to my younger siblings. [People] are just too lazy to download something new, put in their credit card information, and sit there and punch in the numbers. Eventually, they'll do it. Right now, they are complaining about it. It's the same thing you had to do when you got the Network to begin with. What's the big deal? It's such a big waste of time. Laziness and the laziness of some people in society are those that speak down about this move. Now, they have to do something different. You save $5. This goes back to the laziness. 'Oh, it's only $5.' You complain that you can't fill your gas tank. What do you mean? It's the laziness of this generation, 'Oh, I have to do this whole thing.' It will eventually happen."
Joseph and Corey Graves both agreed that the move would be a good thing for all parties and fans.
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