“Make sure to watch The Weekly Top 5 on WWE.Com every weekend and don’t miss the FINAL episode ever of Heat as well, 513 episodes and now its all over,” wrote Matthews at http://fans.wwe.com/joshmathews/blog/?pref_tab=blog.
The Heat cancellation had first been reported in conjunction with news that ECW was going to start being taped with RAW, rather than SmackDown, in the coming weeks. Having previously distributed Heat internationally, reports, which originated on PWInsider.com, say WWE will instead offer international affiliates a “WWE Classics” program.
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