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WWE debuting new Network show after tonight's Raw

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WWE will be trying out new Network content on Monday night with "Bring it to the Table" premiering after Raw goes off the air.

The pre-taped show will feature Peter Rosenberg as its host with Paul Heyman and JBL debating a variety of pro wrestling topics. The show appears to be modeled after similar debate-style sports programming regularly featured on stations like ESPN and FS1.

Rosenberg, a radio/podcast personality and WWE fan, was previously featured on the Network when he appeared on the pre-show prior to the TLC pay-per-view last month. He tweeted about the show earlier on Monday and posted a picture that revealed some of its topics, ranging from Bret Hart, three-hour episodes of Raw, and fantasy match-ups.

WWE has consistently used the post-Raw time slot on the Network to migrate viewers over from that show to debut new programming. No indication has been given as to whether "Bring it to the Table" will become a regular series at some point.

The Network schedule describes the show as: "Immediately following Raw Peter Rosenberg brings the questions and concerns of the WWE Universe to the table in this fast paced discussion and debate with WWE insiders, Paul Heyman and John ‘Bradshaw’ Layfield."