The Wrestling Observer Newsletter reports that Cox Cable, which serves around 2.9 million digital cable subscribers in the United States, is now creating a “low tier service” for $35 per month that includes networks, local affiliates and major cable networks like USA, WGN, TBS and CNN. This package would not carry other major cable networks like Spike TV, ESPN, Syfy, FX and MTV. That would only be available at a $60 monthly package. This could end up making a significant impact on viewership for both WWE (with Smackdown on Syfy) and TNA (with TV programming on Spike) in attempts to keep customers from jumping to satellite or having any major TV outlet period.