WWE NXT has hit the road in a long anticipated tour, with their third stop in the tour in Albany, NY. Feedback from the show puts it at another great event. Below are the results from the show.
WWE NXT has hit the road in a long anticipated tour, and their second night on the road was once again in Philly. Like the previous night, it’s been said to be a great show with a hot crowd. Below are the results from the show.
Fight Network, a channel known for combat sports coverage that has a reach through Canada, parts of the US, Europe, Africa, and the Middle East, has signed a global programming deal with Tommy Dreamer’s House of Hardcore promotion. Dreamer’s promotion, which got its start in 2012, will get eight one-hour shows on Fight Network to start. The shows will feature highlights from various House of Hardcore live events that have already taken place.
The airings start on Tuesday night, May 12, at 9PM EST. Fight Network will air the eight episodes leading up to the House of Hardcore live event that will be held on July 18 in Toronto, Ontario.
The full press release is shown below. This is obviously big news for Dreamer’s promotion.
Last night, my DVR decided not to record TNA Impact. Fortunately, Destination America airs the show practically all day on Saturday. So, I grabbed a 3am reply, pressed record, and went to bed.
So here we are.
TNA has taped their Joker’s Wild PPV at Universal Studios in Orlando, FL. Below are the results/spoilers from the show.
Family Wrestling Entertainment is putting on their “No Limit 2015” iPPV event this Saturday, Feburary 7 at the Resorts World Casino in Jamaica, NY. Doors open at 4PM, with an autograph session prior to the show starting at 8PM. Here is the advertised card:
- Paul London (FWE Tri-Borough Champion) vs. Matt Sydal
- Drew Galloway vs. Matt Hardy; Insane Championship Wrestling Championship
- Joey Ryan vs. Tommy Dreamer; “Joey Ryan’s Rules” Match
- Candace LeRae (FWE Women’s Champion) vs. Veda Scott
- Adrenaline Express vs. The Addiction (Christopher Daniels and Frankie Kazarian)
- Katarina Leigh vs. Taeler Hendrix
- Juicy Product vs. Trent and Bandido Jr.
- Orange Cassidy vs. Robbie E.
- Johnny Gargano vs. Bryan Myers
Looks like a pretty solid night of independent wrestling with some nice star power. If you are headed to this show, and would like to share your opinions, the results, and other impressions of the show, please hit either me or Drew up with an email (email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org).
Good morning everyone! Drew here with yet another week of TNA Impact, from NYC! Tonight, we will have a Monster’s Ball match between Jeff Hardy and Abyss. Also, Bobby Lashley will defend his TNA World Heavyweight Championship in a Fatal Four-Way match against Austin Aries, Bobby Roode, and MVP. Let’s get started!
TNA Impact has filmed their February 20th, 2015 show, in Glasgow, Scotland. Below are the results/spoilers from the show.
TNA iMPACT’s “biggest event of the year” took place live this morning in Tokyo, Japan. Bound for Glory was recorded for tape delay broadcast tonight starting at 8PM EST. Here are the match results from the show. We will have additional details on the show later this evening when the show airs on delay here in the US.
Minoru Tanaka def. Manik
Ethan Carter III def. Ryota Hama
MVP def. Kazma Sakamoto
Samoa Joe def. Kaz Hayashi and Low Ki to retain the X Division Title. This was said to be the match of the night.
Jiro Kuroshio and Yusuke Kodama def. Andy Wu and El Hijo del Pantera
Team 3D def. Abyss and Tommy Dreamer. Afterward, 3D brought in a Bullet Club (NJPW faction) shirt and destroyed it, and threatened to put them through tables.
Havok def. Velvet Sky to retain the Knockouts Title. This was said to be a very bad match.
The Great Muta and Tajiri def. Sanada and James Storm. Manik ran out after the match but Team 3D made the save then led a big TNA chant.
As of today, TNA has announced the following seven matches as being official for their Bound for Glory pay per view event. TNA will be partnering with Wrestle-1 for this event, and it will air October 12 from Tokyo, Japan.
-Samoa Joe vs. Low Ki vs. Kaz Hayashi for the X Division Title.
-Great Muta and Tajiri vs. Sanada and James Storm.
-Bully Ray and Devon vs. Tommy Dreamer and Abyss.
-EC3 vs. Ryota Hama.
-MVP vs. Kazma Sakamoto.
-Manik vs. Minoru Tanaka.
-Havok vs. Velvet Sky.
On paper, this looks like a strong lineup, but it’s not one that seems to appeal to the causal wrestling fan. TNA hasn’t done well to hype the event on iMPACT, so maybe they don’t seem to be that interested in it either. Also, Team 3D will receive their TNA Hall of Fame Induction on this particular weekend.
We will have some form of coverage of Bound for Glory on October 12 right here on Ring-Rap.com.