SDL Featured On FOX Ad, WWE Donates $1 Million To Children’s Hospital

WWE SmackDown Live is featured on a recent FOX ad, and WWE donates $1 million to the UPMC Children's Hospital.

SmackDown Live Featured On FOX Ad

FOX recently released a new video on their YouTube channel previewing their future as a network. During the ad, SmackDown Live was featured. WWE and FOX agreed to a five-year broadcast deal worth $1 billion. It will kick into effect on October 4th, 2019.

The network reportedly has high hopes for the blue brand, which will include a few changes as well. Check out the new FOX ad here:

WWE Donates $1 Million To Children’s Hospital

Earlier today WWE Chief Branding Officer Stephanie McMahon and Executive Vice President Triple H took place in a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the UPMC Children’s Hospital.

The ceremony was to celebrate a $1 million donation from WWE to help open up the MIBG Therapy Suite. It will be the only one of its kind in western Pennsylvania. The new suite is designed to provide care for patients without needing the patient to leave the room, even if the situation is critical.

Stephanie McMahon commented that, after meeting Connor “The Crusher” Michalek, she and her husband knew they had to do something to help the fight against children’s cancer:

“This all started when we met Connor Michalek. After Connor lost his fight, Paul and I knew we had to do something and it started right here at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh.”

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