WWE Raw is to stay on the USA Network, while SmackDown Live is up for grabs, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
The new deal to keep Raw on the USA Network is rumoured to cost as much as three times its current value.
NBCU and World Wrestling Entertainment have declined to comment on the still-ongoing negotiation.
FOX has been speculated as a home for SmackDown, sources say, but prior reports had FOX interested in airing both programs with a plan to put Raw on its broadcast network on Monday nights while adding SmackDown to Fox Sports 1 on Tuesdays.
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