WWE has officially announced that the WWE 205 Live show will be moving to Friday nights.

The show will still air at 10pm ET, after SmackDown on FOX goes off the air, and take place from the same arena. Friday's show will air from the Staples Center in Los Angeles. 205 Live currently airs at 10pm ET on Tuesday nights.

Lio Rush is currently the #1 contender to WWE Cruiserweight Champion Drew Gulak, but there's no word yet on when the title match will take place. It's been rumored for Wednesday's WWE NXT episode that goes head-to-head with AEW Dynamite, but that hasn't been confirmed. WWE touted Gulak, Oney Lorcan, Humberto Carrillo and Tony Nese in their announcement on the change.

Below is the full announcement on the new night for 205 Live:

WWE 205 Live moving to Fridays

Beginning this Friday, Oct. 4, The Most Exciting Hour on Television is moving to Friday nights. As part of WWE Premiere Week, the home of the Cruiserweights —WWE 205 Live — is moving to Fridays at 10/9 C, streaming live on the award-winning WWE Network.

At the conclusion of Friday Night SmackDown on FOX, tune in to WWE Network to see WWE Cruiserweight Champion Drew Gulak, Oney Lorcan, Humberto Carrillo, Tony Nese and all your favorite Cruiserweights in an hour of action that will leave you breathless.

Don't miss WWE 205 Live, Fridays at 10/9 C, streaming live on the award-winning WWE Network.