Friday, July 31, 2015

John Cena May Not Be Back By SummerSlam

John Cena may not be back in for SummerSlam following getting surgery on the broken nose he suffered on Monday. The site says that sources close to the situation say that SumerSlam would be the earliest he can return to the ring and that he wouldn’t be fully healed if he is back by then.
The site adds that there is some debate over whether to book him on the show or let him heal up, “especially considering SummerSlam is already going to be a major draw with The Undertaker and Brock Lesnar.”

WWE and Vince McMahon Issue Statments on Death of Roddy Pipper

WWE passed along the following this evening.
WWE is deeply saddened that Roderick Toombs, aka “Rowdy” Roddy Piper – WWE Hall of Famer and Intercontinental Champion – passed away today at the age of 61. WWE extends its sincerest condolences to Toombs’ family, friends and fans.”


"Roddy Piper was one of the most entertaining, controversial and bombastic performers ever in WWE, beloved by millions of fans around the world. I extend my deepest condolences to his family."

Breaking News: Roddy Piper Dead At Age 61

Update (6:26 p.m. ET): TMZ is now reporting that the cause of death for Roddy Piper on Friday was described as cardiac arrest in his sleep at around Noon on Friday.
TMZ Sports is reporting that WWE Hall of Famer "Rowdy" Roddy Piper (aka Roderick George Toombs) has passed away at the age of 61 on Friday. According to the report, Piper passed away at his home in Hollywood due to natural causes.
We will continue to follow this story as it develops.
TMZ Sports: Roddy Piper Dead -- Dies at 61

Opinoinated View- First and foremost my condolences to the family, friends and fans of Piper. Piper was always the guy that did it his way. Because of that he was always a legend.

Matches For 2015 PWG Battle of LA

PWG has announced the following matches for the 2015 Battle of Los Angeles 3-day weekend, 24-man tournament, taking place from August 28th to August 30th in Reseda, California:
Night 1 (8/28)
* First Round: Matt Sydal vs. Fenix
* First Round: Pentagon Jr. vs. Drago
* First Round: Trevor Lee vs. Trent?
* First Round: Will Ospreay vs. Mark Andrews
* First Round: Andrew Everett vs. Biff Busick
* First Round: Brian Cage vs. Aerostar
* PWG Champion Roderick Strong & PWG Tag Team Champions The Young Bucks vs. Marty Scurll, Zack Sabre Jr. & Tommy End
* Jack Evans & Angelico vs. The Inner-City Machine Guns (Ricochet & Rich Swann)
Night 2 (8/29)
* First Round: Marty Scrull vs. Rich Swann
* First Round: Chris Hero vs. Timothy Thatcher
* First Round: Drew Gulak vs. Tommy End
* First Round: Jack Evans vs. Angelico
* First Round: Drew Galloway vs. Speedball Mike Bailey
* First Round: Ricochet vs. Zack Sabre Jr.
* Guerrilla Warfare: PWG Tag Team Champions The Young Bucks & Super Dragon vs. Andrew Everett, Trevor Lee & Biff Busick
* Pentagon Jr. & Drago vs. Fenix & Aerostar

James Storm Confirms TNA Departure

James Storm via Twitter on Friday:
"Finished up my duties with Impact Wrestling yesterday. Today begins a new chapter in my life. I'm excited for what the future holds. #Thanks"
"Oh... I'm not done wrestling. Just working on a new saddle for a fresh horse. #CowboyWay #WeWantTheCowboy"
Opinionated View- Storm will be appearing on TNA TV for a while given how far a head they tapped. But he was with TNA for 13 years in this case a departure can be a good thing. It allows Storm to do other things and allows TNA to bring in new talent

Talent For Next Global Force TV Taping

Global Force Wrestling passed this along.
Global Force Wrestling has announced the first names that will be competing at the second GFW Amped TV tapings on August 21st in Las Vegas.
Scheduled to appear so far:
Killer Elite Squad (Davey Boy Smith Jr, and Lance Archer)
The Bullet Club (Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson)
Shelton Benjamin
Candice LeRae
Eric Young

7/29 Lucha Underground Report

Show opens with video looking at the rivalries between The Mack and Cage, Drago and Hernandez and the Disciples of Death and The Underdogs. They all do battle in Part 1 of Ultima Lucha tonight.
We go to where Dario Cueto is keeping both his brother, Mantaza and Black Lotus in separate cells. Cueto is dressed to the nines in a tux and a glass of champagne. Cueto walks in as Black Lotus is doing pull-ups.
Cueto says that tonight's the night, Ultima Lucha is finally here. Cueto offers Lotus champagne, but she flips him off and kicks the swinging light in the cell, keeping it steady. Cueto says that he hopes that spending all this time, so close to my brother, may have given you a change of heart. You still believe he is responsible, don't you? A pitbull, by nature, is not a dangerous animal. How do they get that reputation? Because people hate pitbulls so badly, that they have no choice but to fight back and let out the beast. That's what happened to my brother, my father made a lot of money in underground fights, exploiting his little pitbull as "The Monster" Mantaza Cueto. I will admit, he hurt a lot of people, but not your parents, that was a lie fabricated by the real man who killed them, El Dragon Azteca. Your father was the leader of the Black Lotus tribe in Hong Kong, they were at war with El Dragon Azteca and his crew of mercernaies. He killed your parents and blamed my brothers so that he could survive and get the last laugh by having their surviving daughter as his little apprentice. Mantaza may be a pitbull, but El Dragon Azteca is a snake. I have a show to run, so I have to go, I know the truth hurts, but it also may set you free.
Cueto walks off as Lotus does karate shots to a chalk outline against the wall as we hear Cueto's words replay over and over in Lotus' head. It seems that Lotus has broken through the wall as we leave the room.
We go inside the Temple has ring announcer Melissa Santos welcomes us to Ultima Lucha. Commentary welcomes us to the show and we go right to the opening match.
Falls Count Anywhere: The Mack vs. "They Call Him" Cage
Cage attacks Mack from behind on the top of the Temple steps and they start brawling right away. Mack sent off the wall, but he fights back. Cage sends Mack over the balcony and slams him on top of Dario Cueto's office! They go to the bleachers in the crowd, Mack drives Cage into the wall. EXPLODER ONTO THE BLEACHERS!!! Mack only gets 2. Cage comes back with chairshots to the back and ribs, but then Mack SPEARS CAGE THROUGH THE STORAGE ROOM DOOR!! Cage has a fire extingusher and blows in Mack's face! Cage then grabs a stop sign and DRILLS MACK ACROSS THE HEAD WITH IT, SPIKE DDT ON THE STOP SIGN!!! Cage only gets 2. Mack has a wooden plank and BREAKS IT OVER CAGE'S BACK!! Mack then grabs a cooler and hits Cage in the head, spilling the contents, which was a bunch of Miller Lite beers. Mack grabs 2, takes a swig, spits the beer at Cage, STUNNER!!! 1-2...CAGE KICKS OUT!! Mack has a beer bottle and BREAKS IT OVER CAGE'S HEAD, BUT IT HAS NO EFFECT ON HIM!!! Cage with a clothesline, Mack sent into the ringpost. Cage sets up a table and brings Mack up top with him, but Mack with an enziguri. Mack goes underneath Cage on the apron, SIT-OUT POWERBOMB OFF THE APRON THROUGH THE TABLE!!! 1-2....CAGE KICKS OUT AGAIN!!! Mack has a crutch, nails Cage in the ribs with it. They go up the bleacher steps, Mack hits Cage with a trash can lid, sending him back on top of Dario Cueto's office. Mack has a trash can, SPINEBUSTER ON THE CAN, CAGE KICKS OUT AGAIN!! Cage slips out of a powerslam, DISCUS CLOTHESLINE SENDS MACK OVER THE RAILING!! Cage stands on top of the railing and deadlifts Mack, F*ING MACHINE SUPERPLEX, MACK KICKS OUT AGAIN!! We see cinder blocks on the top of Cueto's office, Cage sets them up. CURB STOMP PUTS MACK'S HEAD THROUGH THE CINDER BLOCKS!!!!
1-2-3! HOLY SMOKES!!
Winner: "They Call Him" Cage by pinfall (Curb Stomp through cinder blocks)
Cage celebrates his win afterward as we go to commercial.
Back from commercial, commentary runs down the card for next week's 2-hour season finale of Lucha Underground, part 2 of Ultima Lucha.
We go to the next match.
Lucha Underground Trios Titles: The Disciples of Death w/Katrina vs. Angelico, "The Huntress" Ivelisse & Son of Havoc (c's)
Disciples of Death have new masks, allowing us to tell them apart. One has a gold mask, one has a purple mask and one has a silver mask. Ivelisse comes out, still on crutches from her broken ankle. Disciples of Death attack the champions as the bell sounds. Silver & Purple work over Angelico & Havoc, while Gold takes care of Ivelisse. Ivelisse rolls outside, leaving it a 3-2 match. Gold with a Swinging Argentine Bomb to Angelico, then a big boot to Ivelisse outside and then nails her in the ribs with her own crutch. Havoc with a crucifix to Purple for 2. Havoc with a head of steam, tope suicidas wipe out Gold and Silver! Angelico with a head of steam, flip dive wipes out Silver! They fight outside, Ivelisse now nails Gold in the ribs with her crutch. Back in, leaping knee by Angelico, standing shooting star press by Havoc to Gold, Purple breaks it up. Purple goozles Ivelisse, Ivelisse fights back, but Purple locks her in a Stretch Muffler on the bad leg. Havoc breaks up the submission. Double handspring back elbow by Havoc to Gold & Silver! Purple & Angelico fight up the Temple steps, Gold sends Havoc outside. Purple with a BACK BODY DROP TO ANGELICO ON THE BLEACHERS!! Gold & Silver crotch Havoc against the railing! Havoc comes back by backdropping Gold into Silver! Angelico climbs up Dario Cueto's office,  RUNNING CROSSBODY OFF THE OFFICE WIPES OUT GOLD & SILVER!!! Katrina looks on as Angelico is bleeding from the mouth. Katrina begins to stalk Ivelisse, who is still down on the outside. Katrina gets in the ring with the Rock of Death and lifts it up to re-summon the Disciples of Death back to their feet. Ivelisse comes in with her crutches, staring down Katrina. Ivelisse throws the crutches down, but Katrina goozles her. Ivelisse takes Katrina down and begins UNLOADING WITH SHOTS TO HER!! Katrina regains the advantage, grabs the Rock of Death and NAILS IVELISSE WITH IT!!
Gold gets back in, while Purple & Silver hold back Havoc & Angelico and pins Ivelisse to win the titles.
Winners and NEW Lucha Underground Trios Champions: The Disciples of Death by pinfall
Katrina gives Ivelisse the Lick of Death afterwards, then celebrates the Disciples of Death's title win as we go to commercial.
Back from commercial, commentary does a toast of Miller Lite beer cans, then the chosen Believers come down to ringside for the main event "Believers Backlash" match.
Main Event in a Believers Backlash Match (Lumberjack Match with fans surrounding ringside brandishing leather straps): "Super-Mex" Hernandez vs. "The Dragon" Drago
Hernandez yells at the believers around ringside before the bell as we see he has some read war paint on his chest. Drago makes his entrance with the Dragon wings. Hernandez attacks Drago from behind as the bell sounds. Drago avoids a corner charge, but Hernandez crotches him on the ropes, missile dropkick sends Drago outside. The believers do not hit Drago with the straps and help him off, making Hernandez irate. Hernandez goes outside, but it allows the believers to begin WAILING AWAY at Hernandez with the leather straps, sending him up the Temple steps and wanting a timeout. Back in, Hernandez misses a clothesline, but hits a front kick. Drago avoids another charge, twisting corkscrew press off the top. Series of leg kicks, followed by a basement head kick and a jawbreaker. Cactus Clothesline sends them both outside, where again, Hernandez receives all the punishment by the believers with the straps. Hernandez snatches a strap from one of the believers, sending that guy scurrying. Hernandez gets back in and hits the slingshot shoulder tackle. Hernandez catches Drago off the middle rope, Super-Mex Bomb! Hernandez taunts the crowd, not going for the pin. Hernandez heads up top for the Super-Mex Splash, but Drago gets the knees up! Tornado DDT by Drago, followed by a leg sweep. Hernandez blocks a Sunset Flip, but Drago with another enziguri. Hernandez blocks an Exploder, but Drago counters the Border Toss. Drago with the Dragon's Gate pin predicament, but only gets 2 because he couldn't hook Hernandez's leg due to Hernandez being too big. Hernandez lifts up Drago, BORDER TOSS ONTO THE BELIEVERS OUTSIDE!!! Hernandez again taunts the crowd, then gets a head of steam and goes for the Air Super-Mex dive, but Drago HITS HIM IN MID-AIR WITH THE GREEN MIST!!! Believers with more strap shots to Hernandez as Drago sets up a table outside. Hernandez hides underneath the ring, but when he comes back out, the believers are right there with more strap shots. Hernandez backs up, but doesn't see Drago brandishing a set of nunchuks. Drago practices his katas, as Hernandez tries to fend off the believers. Hernandez turns around and Drago DRILLS HIM MULTIPLE TIMES IN THE HEAD WITH THE NUNCHUKS!! Drago places Hernandez on the table, heads up top, TOP ROPE SPLASH THROUGH THE TABLE OUTSIDE!!!
Back in, Drago heads up with Hernandez laying right on the Aztec emblem in the middle of the ring, another top rope splash! 1-2-3!
Winner: "The Dragon" Drago by pinfall (Top Rope Splash)
Drago celebrates his win afterward.
We run down the card one more time for Part 2 of Ultima Lucha next week.
We go outside the Temple as El Dragon Azteca walks up to the Temple doors, but a hooded masked man stops him from passing through. They go into a karate stalemate.
The hooded masked man says to El Dragon Azteca that he knows what the prophecy says, you cannot enter the Temple.
El Dragon Azteca yells to let him in, Black Lotus is a prisoner because I failed her.
The hooded masked man says for himself to let Puma know that Azteca is here, he brought Lotus to you once, he can do it again.
Azteca says that Puma has a different path this time, I will not put him in any more danger.
The hooded masked man says that he will go in and get Lotus.
Azteca says no, you are not ready yet, this is my fight, revealing that the hooded masked man is another protege of El Dragon Azteca.
The hooded masked man says that the prophecy says that Azteca will die.
Azteca says that he may die, but El Dragon Azteca lives on forever!
The hooded masked man lets El Dragon Azteca go inside the Temple, then all of a sudden, the hooded masked man disappears, the Temple doors magically close shut and we see a big "KEEP OUT" sign as the show closes.

WWE Running Bash at the Beach Like Show?

The WWE Network continues to look into running more live specials, similar to the Beast in the East special. One thing they are considering is running a beach themed show, similar to the old WCW Bash at the Beach events.

Tammy Sytch In Legal Trouble

According to, Tammy “Sunny” Sytch is facing three sets of DUI charges in Pennsylvania. She will now head to trial for a May 30th arrest in Mahoning Township, PA after failing to appear in court for a hearing that was scheduled for Wednesday, July 29th. Sytch was charged with general impairment, driving under the influence, driving while operating privilege is suspended or revoked, and careless driving. At this time, police are in the process of obtaining a bench warrant for her arrest and she is scheduled to be arraigned on September 3rd. here are the details on her recent arrests…
* May 30: The arrest happened in Mahoning Township after driving erratically into a Wal-Mart parking lot and being pulled over by authorities. Her blood alcohol level was three times the legal driving limit
* June 1: The arrest happened in Towamensing Township following Sytch crashing her car. She has a hearing on August 19 for this case, where she was charged with DUI, driving without a license, failure to stay in her lane of traffic, and careless driving
* June 20: The details are still pending.

July 30 2015 TNA Impact Wrestling Taping Results

Xplosion: Micah defeated Jessie Godderz

Impact Wrestling:
Tigre Uno defeated Kenny King to retain the X Division Title
Jeremy Borash was filming someone in a Bigfoot costume. The person ran away and then came back dancing. This was some sort of plug for the new Bigfoot show on Destination America.
Dixie Carter came out and announced that the five winners of Lethal Lockdown will face each other to become number 1 contender.
Chris Melendez defeated Eric Young and regained his prosthetic leg in a Lumberjack Match. Melendez wrestled on one leg the entire time.
Gail Kim defeated Jade to retain the TNA Knockouts Title. After the match Rebel and Marti Belle attacked Gail The Beautifule people, Velvet Sky and Madison Rayne made the save. After that, Awesome Kong came out and had a staredown with Gail Kim.
ECIII defeated Rockstar Spud to retain the World Heavyweight Title. Ethan ordered Jeff Hardy to attack Spud but he refused. Matt Hardy tried to make the save for his brother but Tyrus destroyed him. Ethan ordered Jeff to hit Matt or be fired. Matt nailed Tyrus with a low blow and Jeff attacked ECIII.
Abyss and Manik cut a promo and left The Revolution. Manik removed his mask. Mahabali Shera came out and challenged james Storm.
Drew Galloway defeated Lashley, Bram and The Wolves in an elimination match. Galloway gets a title shot at Bound For Glory
Jeff Hardy comes out and says he is done working for ECIII. Bigfoot comes out and unmasks to reveal it is actually Matt Hardy. He will face Tyrus at TNA Genesis
Awesome Kong defeated Brooke
Trevor Lee defeated DJ Zema Ion and Tommaso Ciampa in a Triple Threat
Mahabali Shera defeated James Storm in a No DQ Match with help Abyss and newly unmasked TJ Perkins
Rebel, Marti and Jade defeated Velvet Sky and Madison Rayne in a handicap match
Dixie came out to hype the Bound For Glory main event of ECIII and Drew Galloway. ECIII and Galloway cut promos on each other.
Matt Hardy and Drew Galloway defeated ECIII and Tyrus. Jeff Hardy was  announced as the guest referee for the main event at Bound For Glory.

Thursday, July 30, 2015

Angelina Love and Davey Richards Expecting First Child

 Angelina Love posted the following, announcing that she and Davey Richards are expecting their first child. The couple married on June 10th after starting to date at the beginning of the year.

7/30 WWE Smackdown Report

WWE: Then. Now. Forever.
Jerry Lawler, Tom Phillips and Jimmy Uso on commentary this week.
The show opens with Seth Rollins making his way to the ring. We see replays of Raw where Rollins broke Cena’s nose during their match. Rollins tapped out to Cena on Monday night. The crowd starts a “You tapped out” chant. Rollins says so what! Rollins gives us another rundown of his career accomplishments and says all he hears is “So What”. He says he reached his breaking point and the victim of his rage was John Cena. He says he sent Cena to the ER with a broken nose. We see a replay of the knee hitting Cena’s face. Rollins is laughing in the ring. He says what he did to Cena was gruesome but kind of beautiful in a way. He says he was like Michelangelo sculpting but on mushrooms. He says he is an artist.
Cesaro’s music hits and he interrupts Rollins. Cesaro says that Rollins would have kept going on and on about how great he is like he does every week. He says that Rollins left out the best part of the match with Cena on Raw. Rollins says that his tapping out was a strategic maneuver. Cesaro says he wants a rematch later tonight. Cesaro changes his mind and says he will make him tap out right now.
WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins vs. Cesaro
Cesaro takes Rollins down with a single leg maneuver. Rollins is locked up and Cesaro looks for the sharp shooter. Rollins rolls out of the ring. Kevin Owens makes his way down the ramp.
-Commercial Break-
Back from the break, Kevin Owens joins the commentary team.  Cesaro continues to take it to Rollins. Rollins up to the top but Cesaro catches him and suplexes Rollins. Cesaro covers for two. Cesaro is taken face first into the turnbuckle. Rollins runs from the other corner and connects with a kick. Rollins covers for two. Rollins is hit with multiple uppercuts. Rollins counters and sends Cesaro out of the ring. Rollins goes to dive through the ropes but Cesaro hits him with an uppercut from the outside. Cesaro gets back in the ring and takes Rollins into the corner and a barrage of uppercuts is laid on him. Cesaro power bombs Rollins and sets him up for the Cesaro Swing but Kevin Owens runs in and breaks it up. Owens takes it to Cesaro. Rollins and Owens both stomp on Cesaro. The referees break up the confrontation and Rollins and Owens makes his way to the back.
WINNER: No Contest
-Commercial Break-
Back from the break, we see the Ascension entering the ring. The Prime Time Players are on commentary. Eight man tag team action is next. The New Day makes their way to the ring cutting a promo about becoming #1 Contenders.
Los Matadores & The Lucha Dragons vs. The New Day & The Ascension
The match begins with The Los Matadores taking it to Viktor of The Ascension. Lucha Dragons are in now and they go back and forth with The Ascension. Sin Cara goes up top but Xavier Woods takes him down sending him to the outside.
-Commercial Break-
Back from the break, Sin Cara is stuck in the corner and the members of New Day, and The Ascension take turns kicking him while he is down. Kofi is in now and kicks Sin Cara in the chest. He covers for two. Kingston ties up Sin Cara in the center of the ring. Sin Cara fights his way out but can’t make it to the corner. Konner comes in and The Ascension double team Sin Cara. Los Matadores interrupt the pin attempt. Sin Cara cannot get a tag and continues to be punished in the ring. Viktor goes for a splash on Sin Cara and misses. Sin Cara crawls for a tag to Kalisto. Kalisto comes in and takes everyone out. Kalisto is on the offensive but Xavier Woods is coming in for the interference. Out of nowhere comes El Torito and he takes out Woods. There is some confusion in the ring as Big E goes to tag Kingston. Viktor is the legal man. He rolls into the ring and is rolled up by Kalisto for the pinfall victory.
WINNER: Los Matadores & The Lucha Dragons
The New Day and The Ascension argue in the ring after the match.
We see Kevin Owens backstage. He refuses to talk. Owens is informed that The Authority has made a match with Kevin Owens and Seth Rollins teaming up with Cesaro and a partner of his choosing.
-Commercial Break-
Back from the break, we see a Becky Lynch promo.
The Wyatt Family is seen on the screen and Luke Harper says he has fully committed to Bray Wyatt. Bray Wyatt calls out Roman Reigns and says he’s here to fix a mistake. Anyone but you Roman anyone but you.
Rusev’s music hits and he makes his way to the ring.
-Commercial Break-
We see footage of Raw where Summer Rae and Lana get into it during a Rusev promo. Rusev wants to discuss the unprofessional behavior of Lana on Raw. He says her actions are unacceptable. He says Lana is jealous and wants to be with him. He speaks some Bulgarian and says he is ashamed of the way he fell for her and spouts off some gibberish. He says he will take Summer and Dog Ziggler for a walk later and lay down a blanket and …..Jack Swagger’s music hits and he makes his way down to the ring. Jack Swagger gets a big hometown pop.
Jack Swagger vs. Rusev
The match begins with arm drags from Swagger. Rusev rolls out of the ring and a huge USA chant breaks out. Swagger takes down Rusev is suplexed. Rusev reverses and begins to pound Swagger in the corner. Rusev hits a suplex on Swagger and covers for one. Rusev hits some big elbows to the head of Swagger. Swagger reverses and hits a suplex of his own. Rusev back up though and takes down Swagger. Rusev holds Swagger on the ropes hitting a big splash from the opposite side of the ring. Swagger is kicked in the corner by Rusev. Rusev goes for Swagger in the corner but Swagger ducks and rolls Rusev into an ankle lock. Rusev rolls out. Swagger hits the ropes and a series of elbows and clotheslines are delivered to Rusev. Swagger pounds Rusev on the ropes. Rusev takes control back as we go to break.
-Commercial Break-
Back from the break, Rusev has Swagger down on the mat. Swagger tries to fight out but Rusev blocks. Rusev is kicked by Swagger and taken down. Swagger bomb is missed as Rusev counters. Swagger hits a belly to belly suplex covering Rusev. Rusev kicks out. Swagger goes for Patriot Lock but Rusev breaks free. Rusev hits a spinning heel kick off the ropes and covers Swagger. Swagger kicks out. Rusev misses a kick and Swagger hits the Swagger bomb off the ropes. Rusev is covered but kicks out. Rusev hits a huge kick and locks on the Accolade. Swagger tries to fight out and can’t do it. He taps. Rusev wins by Submission.
Rusev sends Summer Rae out of the ring and goes for Swagger but Swagger hits the Patriot Lock on Rusev. Rusev rolls out of the ring and retreats up the ramp.
Backstage we see Cesaro. He is asked who his partner will be. He says he hasn’t found one yet. He says if he has to he will go out alone and face both men later.
We see the history between Neville and Stardust’s rivalry as Super Hero and Super Villain.
-Commercial Break-
Back from the break, R-Truth is rapping his way to the ring….What’s Up?! Stardust makes his way out to the ring.
Stardust vs. R-Truth
The match begins with a lock up. Truth hits a few shots to Stardust. Stardust gains the offensive and takes down Truth. Stardust covers for two. Stardust puts Truth in a headlock. Truth rolls out and hits a clothesline. R Truth covers for two. Stardust sends Truth to the corner. Stardust grabs Truth and hits The Queens Crossbow and gets the pinfall victory.
WINNER: Stardust
Stardust calls out Neville. Neville comes out and chases Stardust into the crowd after hitting a few high flying moves.
We see Sheamus backstage.
-Commercial Break-
We see footage from RAW of Randy Orton vs Kevin Owens where Sheamus attacks Orton with a Brogue Kick.
Sheamus is interviewed backstage. He says that his battles with Orton are not over. He pictures a WWE without Randy Orton. He says he won’t quit until Orton is gone for good.
We see footage from Raw two weeks ago hyping the match at SummerSlam featuring Undertaker and Brock Lesnar. Brock Lesnar is advertised for this Monday on Raw.
Kevin Owens' music hits and he makes his way to the ring.
-Commercial Break-
Back from the break, WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins is on his way to the ring. We see footage from earlier tonight when Owens interfered in Rollins match with Cesaro. Cesaro’s music hits and he is on his way down the ramp.
Who will Cesaro’s partner be? Cesaro is ready to go at it alone and the match is set to begin...Dean Ambrose music hits and he makes his way down to the ring. He is Cesaro’s partner and ready to fight. He jumps in the ring and all four men begin to battle each other.
WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins & Kevin Owens vs. Dean Ambrose & Cesaro
The match begins with a brawl inside the ring between all four men. Ambrose and Cesaro clear the ring. Rollins and Owens come back in but are immediately sent out of the ring.
-Commercial Break-
The match officially begins. Cesaro is taking it to Rollins with uppercuts in the corner. Cesaro turns his attention to Owens but is hit by Rollins on the way to the corner. Owens comes in and takes it to Cesaro in the corner. Owens tags in Rollins. Rollins hits a big clothesline to Cesaro and covers for a one count. Cesaro fights out with a series of uppercuts. Rollins hits a kick and a big elbow on Cesaro. Owens is in now and hits a senton on Cesaro. Owens applies a choke hold on Cesaro. Cesaro fights out and hits a suplex on Owens. Owens goes for Cesaro in the corner but Cesaro ducks away with Owens going headfirst to the post. Rollins goes up top to try and stop Cesaro from making the tag to Ambrose. Cesaro flies over to his corner and makes the tag to Ambrose.
Ambrose in now and hits the ropes. He connects with a cross body on Rollins and pummels his face with a series of punches. Ambrose takes it to Rollins in the corner. Ambrose takes out Owens on the apron and then sends Rollins out of the ring. Ambrose hits the ropes and dives through the middle rope toward Rollins. He connects sending Rollins into the barrier. Ambrose tosses Seth Rollins back into the ring and makes his way to the top rope. Owens is up now and goes to the top to stop Ambrose. Ambrose jumps out of the way. Ambrose goes to set up Dirty Deeds but Rollins reverses. Ambrose rolls up Rollins now with a quick two count. Both men are up now. Ambrose takes Rollins up and drops him face first to the mat with a slam. He pins Rollins but he kicks out at 2.
Ambrose takes Rollins up to the top turnbuckle. Rollins calls for Owens. Owens is taken out by Ambrose again and he climbs back up focusing his attention on Rollins. Rollins counters by hitting a running power bomb on Ambrose tossing him into the opposite corner. Rollins covers but Ambrose kicks out. Rollins goes up top now. He connects with a big knee off the top and then hits a brutal kick to the chin of Ambrose in the center of the ring. Rollins covers but Ambrose kicks out again.
Owens is tagged in and he takes out Cesaro. Owens up to the top but Ambrose takes him down a notch. Owens back up to the top turnbuckle and the two men lobby for positioning. Owens gains the upper hand and suplexes Ambrose from the top rope. Owens cover for the 1…2….No Cesaro makes the save stomping the back of Owens. Owens goes after Cesaro and misses him in the corner. He goes to hit a senton on Ambrose but misses. Cesaro is tagged in.
Cesaro hits Owens in the corner with an uppercut parade. Owens is taken up and slammed to the mat by Cesaro. Cesaro covers and Owens kicks out. Cesaro applies the Crossface. Seth Rollins interferes. Cesaro catches him and sets him up for the Cesaro Swing. Round and Round Rollins goes and puts the Sharpshooter on Rollins but he is not the legal man. Cesaro breaks the hold and clotheslines Owens out of the ring.
Rollins goes to the top to try and take out Cesaro but Ambrose catches him and hits a huge superplex from the top rope. Ambrose clotheslines Rollins out of the ring but as he turns around he is met by a Kevin Owens superkick to the head. Owens sends Ambrose off the ropes looking for a Pop up Powerbomb. Cesaro interferes and rolls up Owens for the pinfall and the victory.
WINNERS: Dean Ambrose & Cesaro
Cesaro and Ambrose celebrate by the announce table as Owens throws stairs and looks frustrated.  We go off the air with Owens and Rollins on the ramp looking stunned and Cesaro and Ambrose celebrating victory.

John Cena Pulled From Next Week’s Raw

John Cena is taking a wee bit of time off after suffering a broken nose on Raw. Following news from earlier today that Cena had been taken off the weekend house show loop, PWInsider reports that Cena is also no longer being advertised for Monday’s Raw in San Jose, California.
Cena suffered the injury in his match with Seth Rollins.

Daniel Bryan Makes Best Sellers List

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Daniel Bryan’s book makes New York Times Best Sellers list
Daniel Bryan broke the news today on Twitter that his autobiography “Yes! My Improbable Journey to the Main Event of WrestleMania” made The New York Times Best Sellers list for the week of July 25.
"…#YESBook by the way, is officially a New York Times Bestseller! #YES! YES! YES!"
The autobiography, which covers Bryan’s life and career as a WWE Superstar, was released July 21 and made the list at No. 18 for adult nonfiction. “Yes!” is also WWE’s 25th book to reach The NYT Best Sellers list since the formation of WWE Books in 1999.

Hulk Hogan and Gawker trial date set

Hulk Hogan's lawsuit against Gawker received a March 2016 trial date on Thursday. Florida Judge Pamela Campbell stated that she scheduled it out so far because her docket is filled with mortgage foreclosures. Hogan is suing Gawker for $100 million for airing a sex tape featuring him and Heather Clem without his permission. Read more at

7.29 WWE NXT Report

We see the usual intro, then commentary welcomes us to the show. The Jersey Boys come out to the rampway for our opening match.
Enzo Amore does his usual shitick, then says he's doing great, thanks for asking. We're gonna keep it 100 for you like a hot fever. Cass says that if ain't a certified G like 1, 2, 3, well, there's only one word to describe you and I'm gonna SPELL IT OUT FOR YA, S...A...W...F...T.....SAWFT!!
The Jersey Boys (Enzo Amore & Big Cass) w/Carmella vs. The Mechanics (Scott Dawson & Dash Wilder)
Enzo & Dawson start. Dawson takes down Enzo in a side headlock early, followed by a shoulder tackle. Enzo with a drop toe hold, then walks across Dawson's back and does some dancing. Dawson drives Enzo into his corner, Wilder tags in, then Cass comes in to help out Enzo from a double team. Wilder with a back elbow, then Enzo with a crossbody for 2. Cravate applied, Cass tags in. Cass slams Enzo onto Wilder for 2. Wilder fights back, but Cass with a back elbow and gut shots in the corner. Enzo in, taunts Dawson, hits an assisted shot in the corner. Enzo heads up top, big crossbody for 2. Enzo knocks Dawson off the apron, but distraction allows Wilder to send Enzo shoulder-first into the ringpost.
Dawson in, stomps away at Enzo. Wilder in, double sledge to Enzo's arm for 2. Dawson in, Wrist-Clutch Northern Lights for 2. Keylock applied, crowd wills on Enzo. Wilder in, Enzo avoids another double team, Wilder stops a slide through the legs and prevents Enzo from making a tag. Dawson in, basement dropkick, then hits a series of shots to Enzo trapped in the ropes. Slingshot Suplex gets a close 2. Wilder in, gut shot to Enzo, kneedrop to the arm. Enzo avoids a corner charge, Wilder goes shoulder-first into the ringpost.
Dawson & Cass in, Cass with big right hands, a leaping corner avalanche, Wilder sent off the apron with a running boot, Bossman Slam to Dawson, Cass fires up. Carmella fires up Enzo, Cass tags him in for the Rocket Launcher, but Wilder sends Cass outside and sends him into the steel steps. Enzo gives chase to Wilder, but distraction allows Dawson to hit a big clothesline outside.
Wilder in, Mechanics hit the Shatter Machine (Flapjack/Paydirt combo) on Enzo for the upset win.
Winners: The Mechanics by pinfall (The Shatter Machine)
Mechanics celebrate their win afterwards.
We see video from after NXT last week as Devin Taylor interviews Shoot Nation about their debut as a team 2 weeks ago.
Jason Jordan says that Chad and I might not see eye-to-eye, but when it comes down to it, we make sure we get the job done. Its no-nonsense, we do what we are there to do and then its on to the next one.
Chad Gable says that they aren't like Enzo & Cass, those two jamaokes ooze sleaze. We don't need to talk in nursery rhymes, pump our fists to get our point across. The Hype Bros? OK, stay hyped, are you kidding me? More like struggle to stay awake when they're watching them wrestle. Jordan pretends to fall asleep, Gable says they're not actually wrestling. Gable says the point is that they don't compare, nobody compares, cuz we're here, ready, willing and Gable.
Gable is upset that Jordan won't say his name as they walk off while we go to commercial.
Back from commercial, we see video highlighting the ongoing issues between Charlotte and Dana Brooke, they finally square off tonight.
"The Lone Wolf" Baron Corbin vs. Jessy Sorrensen
Sorrensen is formerly from TNA, where he wrestled from 2011-2012, suffering a serious neck injury in February 2012 that kept him out of wrestling for over a year.
Knee to the ribs, End of Days, thanks for coming.
Winner: "The Lone Wolf" Baron Corbin by pinfall (The End of Days)
Corbin celebrates his win afterwards.
Backstage in NXT GM William Regal's office, in walks Tyler Breeze.
Regal asks if Breeze was born in a barn, do you have no manners to knock on my door?
Breeze says that he had no choice, you won't return my texts, my Facetime calls, my Twitter DMs, Instagram messages, what is the deal?
Regal says that he should have sent a carrier pigeon.
Breeze says that he's told Regal for a couple weeks now, NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn, I need an opponent, I will fight anyone, anyone in the entire world, so who do you have for me?
Regal says he has someone very special, I've gone to the ends of the earth, that's how much I think of you, come here, be careful what you wish for, flower, now leave.
Breeze says that he is busy and leaves.
Shoot Nation (Jason Jordan & Chad Gable) vs. Elias Sampson & Lemmes Valuenzla Jr.
Jordan & Valuenzla start. Crowd chants for Jordan. Jordan scares off Valuenzla early by diving down for leg takedowns. Jordan throws down Valuenzla, Sampson tags in, but wants Gable. Crowd chants for Gable. Jordan obliges, Gable tags in. Sampson messes with Gable, Gable with a single-leg takedown, wraps up Sampson's legs and applies a standing leglock. Gable switches to a front chancery, holds on when Sampson tries to roll out of it twice. Gable switches to a side headlock, but Sampson kicks at Jordan. Ref is with Jordan, allowing Valuenzla to distract Gable. Gable with a shot to him, but distraction allows Sampson to hit a big forearm and an uppercut.
Valuenzla in, slam to Gable for 2. Sampson in, stomps away at Gable in the corner, along with right hands. Sampson chokes Gable in the corner, gets 2. Chinlock applied, crowd wills on Gable. Gable gets free, judo-style hiptoss.
Jordan & Valuenzla tag in, Jordan knocks Sampson off the apron. Step-Over Belly-to-Belly to Valuenzla, followed by a running shoulder in the corner.
Gable in, Shoot Nation hits the Grand Amplitiude (Alley-Oop Backdrop Hold) for the win.
Winners: Shoot Nation by pinfall (The Grand Amplitiude)
Shoot Nation celebrates their win afterwards.
Backstage, Devin Taylor interviews Dana Brooke & Emma.
Brooke cuts off Devin, saying that tonight is the opportunity that Charlotte has been dreading. You see, she's been running scared of me. I remember a time that Charlotte attacked me from behind and then what happened? I left her lying flat in the center of the ring. Yeah, I get it, nobody thinks I can beat Charlotte, just like nobody thought I could take on the fitness world, but then again, I took that world on, too. Charlotte, you're lucky you're on RAW, because tonight on NXT, I will be serving her an eviction notice that the Women's Division of NXT will be taken over by the Total Diva.
Brooke goes to pat Devin on the head like usual, but stops herself and says that tonight is a little too important for that and her & Emma walk off.
Devin says good luck, but Brooke says psyche and does pat Devin on the head.
They walk off as Devin says seriously to what Brooke did while we go to commercial.
We see video highlighting Bull Dempsey's recent troubles with staying in shape and his addiction with junk food.
This leads to a vignette of Bull trying to get "Bull-Fit", set with wacky music and border graphics. Vignette shows Bull trying to work out in the gym, but having lots of trouble doing so.
Grudge Match: "The Dirtiest Diva in the Game" Charlotte vs. "The Total Diva" Dana Brooke w/Emma
Commentary notes that Emma & Brooke's team is now called "Disingenious." Brooke taunts and trash-talks Charlotte early. Charlotte responds with a big boot and a series of knee drops. Emma distracts Charlotte on the apron, allowing Brooke to nail her from behind.
Brooke avoids a corner charge, Charlotte goes shoulder-first into the ringpost. More shots by Brooke, gets 2. Body scissors applied, Charlotte slams Brooke's head into the mat to get free, then deadlifts her up, but Brooke falls on top and gets 2. Brooke chokes Charlotte in the ropes, then gulliotines her throat-first across the bottom rope for another 2. More nearfalls gained by Brooke, longbow backbreaker applied, with Brooke putting on the bad-mouth. Crowd wills on Charlotte. Charlotte fights out, pinning predicament gets 2.
Brooke misses a clothesline, Charlotte with a series of chops, followed by a Hangman's Neckbreaker and a Spear. Emma gets back on the apron, but Charlotte knocks her off.
Natural Selection by Charlotte gets the win.
Winner: "The Dirtiest Diva in the Game" Charlotte by pinfall (The Natural Selection)
Charlotte celebrates her win afterward.
We go to video from earlier today with Samoa Joe, talking about his match next week with Rhyno.
Joe says that people have been asking, what is Samoa Joe doing in NXT? Well, its really quite simple, I am here for the NXT Title. But, you know what? A lot of people have been asking the same thing about Rhyno and Rhyno, you've claimed that you're here because you wanna be the past, the present and the future of NXT. Well next week, Rhyno, your future ends because you stand in the way of me and I what I want. You are a Man-Beast, a vicious predatorly animal, but when I'm across the ring from you, you know I will get in there, I will beat you down and I will choke you out.
We see video from after last week's NXT with Kevin Owens walking up to NXT GM William Regal backstage and apologizing for sucker-punching him during last week's contract signing. Owens walks off, then Regal says he cannot wait for Owens to get truly beat on the 22nd in Brooklyn as we go to commercial.
Back from commercial, we go backstage as Devin Taylor interviews Eva Marie about her in-ring return last week. Eva says that she is so happy and excited. It just proves to me that all my hard work that I've put in is really paying off, but this is really just the beginning. I mean, I am going or what I want and I want that NXT Women's Title, so Sasha Banks, she better watch out.
Kevin Owens vs. Martin Stone
Owens unloads on Stone early, hits a short-arm clothesline. Series of right hands as commentary notes that Owens has fined last week for his attack on William Regal. Stone fights back, but Owens with a back elbow and a running back senton. Stone fights back again, but Owens hits a release German, followed by the Corner Cannonball. Owens heads up top, Swanton Bomb. Owens points at the camera, namely Finn Balor.
Pop-Up Powerbomb gets Owens the win.
Winner: Kevin Owens by pinfall (Pop-Up Powerbomb)
Owens stares at the camera afterwards, saying that he is coming for his title. Owens goes to leave, but then grabs Stone and lays him out with the Apron Powerbomb. Owens heads up top and mocks Balor's pose as mutliple referees and attendants tend to the injured Stone.
We see video on Rhyno, who faces Samoa Joe is next week's NXT main event as we go to commercial.
Back from commercial, its time for the main event.
Main Event for the NXT Tag Team Titles: The Vaudevillains ("The Artiste" Aiden English & Simon Gotch) vs. Blake & Murphy (c's) w/Alexa Bliss
Pre-match intros for this match. Gotch & Blake start. Chain wrestling early, Blake avoids a dropkick, does a strut, but Gotch takes him down in a flying armbar. Gotch transitions into La Magistral for 2. Dropkick gets a 1 count. English in, double gut shot, double jabs by Vaudevillains for 2. Blake with a knee to the ribs, Murphy tags in. English counters out of a double team, Double Japanese Armdrags, dropkicks to both Blake & Murphy for 2. Blake & Murphy have to re-group as we go to commercial.
Back from commercial as Gotch with shoulders and uppercuts to Murphy's arm. English in, elbow to the shoulder of Murphy for a 1 count. Murphy pulls at the hair, stomps away at English. Blake in, English counters another double team, backdrops Murphy onto Blake outside. Back in, English knocks Murphy off the apron with a boot, but distraction allows Blake to hit a basement dropkick for 2.
Murphy in, double running forearms by the champions. Chinlock applied, crowd wills on English. Murphy with more stomps, Blake tags in. English avoids another double team, Blake goes shoulder-first into the ringpost. Murphy can't prevent a tag, Gotch tags in.
Forearms to Murphy, running forearm in the corner, headbutt to the ribs, leaping knee strike, spinning back kick to the ribs. Blake distracts Gotch, but Gotch with an O'Connor Roll to Murphy for 2. Blake knocked off the apron, back body drop to Gotch. English tags in, Vaudevillains go for the Whirly Divirish, but as the ref is trying to get Gotch out of the ring, Alexa Bliss swipes at English's foot, distracting him.
Distraction allows Murphy to roll-up English with the tights hooked to retain the titles.
Winners and STILL NXT Tag Team Champions: Blake & Murphy by pinfall (Roll-up with tights)
Blake, Murphy & Bliss celebrate their title retention afterwards while the Vaudevillains can't believe what happened. Vaudevillains go after Blake & Murphy. Murphy sent outside, Whirly Divirish to Blake. Vaudevillains hold up the NXT Tag Team Titles, while Bliss is left alone in the ring with the Vaudevillains. English is upset about Bliss costing them the match, while the crowd chants "chivalry." Vaudevillains oblige to it and hold the ropes open for Bliss, but she says they are pathetic and slaps both of them. Bliss leaves the ring and goes up the ramp with Blake & Murphy. Blake, Murphy & Bliss continue to celebrate their title retention as the Vaudevillains stare them down as the show closes.

AJ Lee Reportedly Charging $15,000 Per Appearance

Even though she recently appeared at Comic-Con, it’s believed that AJ Lee isn’t interested in taking bookings at the moment. Those who have tried to book her were told that she’s asking for a daily $15,000 appearance fee, plus business class travel and hotel costs.

WWE Q2 Bussiness Numbers

WWE sent out the following:
WWE® Reports Strong Second-Quarter 2015 Earnings Growth
Second-Quarter 2015 Highlights
* OIBDA of $13.2 million increased $27.8 million from the prior year quarter
* WWE Network total subscribers increased 75% to more than 1.2 million from the second quarter 2014; average paid subscribers increased 31% to approximately 1.2 million from the first quarter 2015
* Tough Enough premiered June 23 on USA Network. The Company’s reality franchises, Tough Enough and Total Divas, have expanded WWE’s weekly television audience by nearly 5 million unique viewers
* WWE is one of the brands that will participate in an ad-supported video test on Facebook that shares revenue with content creators. WWE served more than 440 million video views on Facebook during the quarter
Year-To-Date 2015 Highlights
* Network segment revenue reached a record of $131.0 million on a trailing 12-month basis
* International revenue increased by 38% to $78.6 million through the first six months of 2015
* WWE surpassed 500 million social media followers across all its global platforms, and now ranks 6th on Sprinklr’s Social Business Index, ahead of the NBA, NFL and other media properties
STAMFORD, Conn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--WWE (NYSE:WWE) today announced financial results for its second quarter ended June 30, 2015. For the quarter, the Company reported net income of $5.1 million, or $0.07 per share, compared to a net loss of $14.5 million, or $0.19 loss per share, in the second quarter last year.
    “Our strong earnings growth was driven primarily by the expansion of WWE Network subscribers, the escalation of our television rights fees as well as strong sales of our franchise video game. For the quarter, our OIBDA surpassed our expectations”
“The performance of WWE Network demonstrates our ability to transform our legacy pay-per-view business into a global subscription business with high growth potential,” said WWE Chairman & CEO Vince McMahon. “We have made meaningful progress executing our key strategic initiatives, including the achievement of significant international growth and increased engagement across our digital and social media platforms.”
“Our strong earnings growth was driven primarily by the expansion of WWE Network subscribers, the escalation of our television rights fees as well as strong sales of our franchise video game. For the quarter, our OIBDA surpassed our expectations,” added George Barrios, Chief Strategy & Financial Officer. “The ramp-up of WWE Network subscribers, while exhibiting a seasonal pattern, continued to show strong year-over-year growth. Our success in developing WWE Network, maximizing our television rights fees and driving revenue growth from our global markets reinforces our long-term potential.”
Source: WWE Corporate

WWE sent out the following:
WWE Network Update: Second Quarter Highlights
Network segment revenue reached a record of $131.0 million on a trailing 12-month basis that exceeded the Company’s annual pay-per-view revenue in every calendar year through 2014. During the quarter, Network segment revenue increased 57% on a pro-forma basis (excluding the timing impact of WrestleMania in the second quarter 2014)1. Supporting the growth in revenue, WWE Network had 1,156,000 paid subscribers at quarter end, and averaged approximately 1,216,000 paid subscribers during the quarter, representing an 83% increase from the prior year quarter and a 31% increase from the first quarter 2015 average.2 During the quarter, the Company premiered more than 75 hours of original content on WWE Network, increased the network’s comprehensive video-on-demand library to more than 3,300 hours, and continued to broaden its global distribution. From inception through June 30, 2015, WWE Network attracted more than 2.0 million unique subscribers with approximately 61% of these subscribers active as of that date.
* WWE Network’s compelling live and original content, including the Company’s pay-per-views, original series, NXT Live, and other specials continued to drive viewer engagement. Among the more than 75 hours of content that debuted during the quarter, original series, WWE Too Hot for TV (produced with legendary talk show host Jerry Springer), Swerved (produced with Jeff Tremaine, Director of Jackass and Bad Grandpa), and Stone Cold Podcast were among the network’s top programs. Additionally, Beast in the East, a live event special produced in Japan on July 4th, has become the network’s most watched program to date (excluding pay-per-views).
* The Company continued to broaden the global distribution of WWE Network, which was made available in Italy and Malaysia in July, 2015. At quarter-end, WWE Network had approximately 217,000 international subscribers2.
* During the quarter, 90% of subscribers accessed WWE Network at least once per month. Consumer research indicates that 91% of subscribers are satisfied with WWE Network.
WWE Network Update: Future Plans
To grow WWE Network, the Company is executing a five-part strategy, including creating new content, implementing high impact customer acquisition and retention programs, introducing new features, expanding distribution platforms, and entering new geographies. Over the remainder of 2015, the Company is focused on expanding the network’s line-up of compelling original content as a critical element of this strategy.
Programming: For the remainder of 2015, the Company expects to add approximately 180 hours of original content to the network’s featured programming. Exciting original programming coming to the network includes a reality series following the stars of NXT as they strive to make WWE’s main roster, a new series Table for 3 that gives viewers a seat at the table with our Superstars and Divas, a studio show highlighting current events in the world of WWE and beyond, and new episodes of WWE 24, The WWE List, and Stone Cold Podcast, as well as teasers of Camp WWE, an animated adult series premiering in 2016. In addition, the Company plans to expand WWE Network’s robust video-on-demand library, which currently has more than 3,300 hours of content. Themed programming collections to be added to this library include The Raw Attitude Era Part 2: Austin/McMahon, WCW Nitro: Accelerating the War, and The 20th Anniversary of Monday Nitro.
Acquisition & Retention: Based on the successful execution of the network’s free trial promotions, a rolling one-month free trial program was initiated in July and marks the fourth consecutive month and the fifth month this year that the Company has implemented a free trial offering. During the second quarter, the Company enhanced the network’s “watch list” technology, providing the ability to add new programs to subscribers’ watch lists from email notifications. The Company plans to continue utilizing this capability in its subscriber communications. The Company also plans to leverage its sizeable social media and digital assets, such as video sampling on Facebook and, to target and acquire new subscribers. To facilitate network subscriptions, the Company plans to introduce a three-month subscription card at retail, enabling a “no credit card required” payment option.
Features/Distribution: Other important elements of the Company’s network strategy include improving the user experience and content discovery across devices and continuing to expand distribution platforms. Over the coming months, the Company will continue to improve the user experience by enhancing the network’s search functionality, adding the ability to organize content as themed “collections” and allowing non-subscribers the ability to explore the breadth and depth of programs available on the service.
Geographies: The Company continues to develop plans for geographic expansion to India, China, Germany, Japan, and Thailand.
Source: WWE Corporate
As part of WWE's Q2 2015 earnings report released on Thursday, the following are the buyrates for WWE PPVs in the second quarter of 2015.
* WWE Extreme Rules 4/26/15 (headlined by Seth Rollins vs. Randy Orton) - 56,000 buys (down from 108,000 buys in 2014)
* WWE Payback 5/17/15 (headlined by Seth Rollins vs. Dean Ambrose vs. Randy Orton vs. Roman Reigns) - 54,000 buys (down from 67,000 buys in 2014)
* WWE Money in the Bank 6/14/15 (headlined by Seth Rollins vs. Dean Ambrose) - 57,000 buys (down from 122,000 buys in 2014)

WWE Smackdown Preview

The following is scheduled for tonight's 7/30 WWE Smackdown on Syfy:
* WWE World Champion Seth Rollins vs. Cesaro
* The New Day & The Ascension vs. The Lucha Dragons & Los Matadores
* Stardust vs. R-Truth
* Rusev vs. Jack Swagger

July 29 2015 TNA Impact Wrestling Taping Results


Tigre uno and Mandrews defeated TJP (Manik unmasked) and DJ Z
ECIII introduces everyone to his new assistant, Jeff hardy. He goes on to say that he could care less about the TNA vs GFW drama. He says that as long as he has the belt then he has the power in this company. He demands that Hardy get him some water and then tosses the water in Hardy’s face.
ECIII and Tyrus defeated Matt Hardy and Rockstar Spud. ECIII demanded that Jeff hit Spud with a chair during the match but he refused.
Jeff Jarrett came to the ring and called out new TNA King Of The Mountain champion Bobby Roode. He says Bobby has something that belongs to him and he wants it back. Bobby tells Jeff that if he wants it then he has to fight for it. The two stare eachother down until Karen Jarrett calms the two down.
Tigre Uno, Robbie E and Micah defeated Eli Drake, Kenny King and Jessie Godderz in a 6 man tag team bout.
Brooke vs Gail Kim ends in a disqualification. During the match Lei’D Tapa attacks both women and Awesome Kong comes out to make the save.
The Wolves defeated Trevor Lee & Brian Myers to regain the TNA World Tag Team titles. Sonjay Dutt tried to interfere and Earl Hebner knocked Sonjay out and made the 3 count.
Sarge Chris Melendez sans his prothetic leg challenges Eric Young to one more match. Young agrees but warns Melendez that he is going to take much more than his leg this time.
Chris Mordetzky defeats Drew Galloway in a lumberjack match Eric Young turns on TNA and joins the GFW crew.
Mahabali Sheera defeated Abyss after James Storm accidentally hits Abyss.
Dixie Carter and Jeff Jarrett sign contracts putting their shares at of TNA Wrestling at stake. The contracts are placed in a briefcase. The two begin to argue and shoot on one another. At the end of the segment, Jarrett KO’d Jeremy Borash.
Gail Kim defeated Brooke, Awesome Kong, and Lei’D Tapa in a 4 way to become the new TNA Knockouts Champion.
Matt Hardy defeated Jessie Godderz
TNA Wrestling defeated Global Force Wrestling in a Lethal Lockdown match for control of TNA Wrestling:
In order of appearance. Sonjay Dutt, Davey Richards, Eric Young (GFW), Drew Galloway, Brian Myers, Lashley, Chris Mordetzky, Eddie Edwards, Jeff Jarrett, Bram. Drew Galloway pinned brian Myers for the win.

7/29 Impact Wrestling Report

“Rockstar” Austin Aries?
Austin Aries says nobody works harder or cares more about professional wrestling than him. He adds there’s nobody better than him. Aries takes exception to being left out of the No. 1 Contender’s match last week and calls out “The Law,” Bully Ray.
Bully Ray says Aries is a great wrestler, but that he moves his mouth too much, too quickly. Bully says Aries can have a shot at the X-Division Championship – but for any other title, he’ll need to work his way back to the top.
Aries declines, saying he doesn’t need the X-Division title because it was designed for guys like Rockstar Spud – guys that will never be at a main event level.
Spud interrupts. He says he’s looked up to Aries – the greatest champion in TNA. He says Aries created opportunities for guys like him. Aries counters by saying he created opportunities for himself, not for guys like Spud.
Aries challenges Spud next week; he accepts – but a stipulation is added: If Aries loses to Spud, he leaves Impact Wrestling. If he wins, he takes Spud’s “Rockstar” name. Aries drops Spud with a cheap shot.
Backstage: Kurt Angle gives Chris Melendez some words of encouragement for his match against Eric Young.

Singles Match | Chris Melendez w/ Kurt Angle vs. Eric Young
Eric Young taunts and slaps Melendez to start the match. Melendez responds with a body drop. Young methodically responds by slowly picking Melendez apart. Young tells the fans, “This is your fault.”
Melendez attempts to come back, but Eric Young overpowers him and plants him with a piledriver for a three-count.
Winner: Eric Young
TNA Hall of Fame Retrospective: A look back at “The Icon” Sting’s career in TNA Wrestling.

Backstage: Jeremy Borash probes Matt Hardy for his World Title match stipulation. Hardy says he’ll reveal it later tonight.
Knockout’s Championship | Marti Bell w/ Dollhouse vs. Brooke (c)
Realizing she’s outnumbered, Brooke cautiously approaches the ring. Jade and Marti Bell attack Brooke before the opening bell. Taryn looks on from the turnbuckle as Brooke begins to overcome Dollhouse. Brooke powers Jade into the stairs. Then, she takes down Jade and Marti with a double clothesline.
While she’s distracted by Taryn, Brooke is driven face-first into the mat by Marti Bell. The opening bell sounds. A “Let’s go Brooke!” chant erupts as the Knockouts’ Champion begins taking control. Brooke lands a series of kicks followed by a neckbreaker. Marti Bell refocuses the momentum and uses the middle rope to choke out the champ.
Marti sets Brooke on top of the turnbuckle; Brooke battles out and connects with a diving clothesline. She takes down Marti with a series of follow-up clotheslines and a side Russian leg sweep. Jade hops onto the apron and Brooke brings her in over the top rope. Taryn takes a cheap shot while the official gets Jade back to the outside.
The arena goes dark and Gail Kim’s music hits. When the lights come up, Dollhouse screams “Where is she?” as Brooke connects with the Butterface Maker to retain her title.
Winner: Brooke

TNA Hall of Fame Retrospective: A look back at Kurt Angle’s dream-inspiring career in TNA Wrestling.
Tigre Uno Talks Trump
TNA cameras return to Tijuana, Mexico with a second installment of Tigre Uno addressing Donald Trump’s controversial comments about Mexicans.
Tigre Uno discusses fatherhood, TNA, the style of Lucha Libre and the X-Division Championship.
Backstage: Christy Hemme interviews Tigre Uno about his open challenge to Donald Trump going unanswered. Tigre Uno says the Mexican people are honorable – and that he gave Trump a chance. He asks Trump where he’s at and says he’s not afraid of Trump or people like him.
Backstage: Ethan Carter III says he’s unbreakable and undefeated. He says Hardy’s stipulation doesn’t concern him, “Matt Hardy, hit me with your best shot.”

The Stipulation
EC3 defends his title against Matt Hardy next week at No Surrender. He claims Hardy only has the right to choose the stipulation for their match because he was duped. EC3 calls the Hardys a couple of hillbillies from North Carolina; EC3 calls Matt Hardy “the Khloe” to Jeff Hardy’s “Kim.”
Jeff tells EC3 that his overconfidence will kill him. Jeff says he’s healing – and that he’ll be wrestling before he knows it; Jeff says he’ll be World Heavyweight Champion again, but for now, Matt Hardy will be the change – the end to EC3.
Matt Hardy enters the Impact Zone. He says he’s been told he can’t his whole life, yet he has done. He says next week will be no different; he pulls a table, chair and ladder from beneath the ring. Then, he references the stairs and the rest of the Impact Zone. Their title match will be Full Metal Mayhem with nobody ringside.

TNA Hall of Fame Retrospective: A look back at Team 3D’s TNA career.
Backstage: Magnus says he and Mickie are bringing the fight. Mickie says she and Serena have been friends for years, but tonight, it’s family first.
Tag Team Match | James Storm & Serena vs. Magnus & Mickie James
Mickie charges into the ring, sending Serena to the outside. Storm gets distracted by Mickie and Magnus jumps him. Magnus drags Storm around the ring and lands a hard right. Storm gets a thumb to the eye when Serena distracts Magnus.
A cheap shot from Serena allows Storm to maintain control. Storm gets in Mickie’s face before applying a headlock. Mickie chases Serena around the ring. The official steps between the Knockouts and Storm connects with a backstabber. Storm retains control, allowing Serena to choke Magnus on the middle rope.
Storm gets back in Mickie’s face, screaming he’s a real man. Mickie gets the crowd behind Magnus and calls for a tag. Storm wipes sweat from his body and flicks it into her face. Storm reapplies a headlock to Magnus. Magnus gathers momentum, but Storm sends him back to the mat.
Magnus rolls from the ring and Storm sends him into the guardrail. Storm connects with a “lung buster” before both men collide with a double clothesline. They each tag out to their partners.
Mickie James delivers a series of clotheslines and a flapjack. Then she catches Serena with a Thesz press from the top rope. Storm interrupts the cover by grabbing a handful of Mickie’s hair. She breaks the hold with a huge slap to the face. Serena’s there to connect with a gutbuster that sends Mickie outside.
Magnus spears Storm; Serena calls for Khoya. Mickie and Serena trade blows outside; Serena sends Mickie into the stairs. Khoya charges into the ring and swings his staff at Magnus. Magnus ducks and Khoya connects with Storm. Magnus powerbombs Storm!
Serena attacks Magnus but Mickie’s there with a Mickie-DT! Mickie makes the cover to secure the victory for her team.
Winners: Mickie James and Magnus
Post-match: Mickie delivers a Mickie-DT to James Storm.

Backstage: Bram demands a match against Mr. Anderson next week at No Surrender.
Jeff Jarrett’s Hall of Fame Induction
Dixie Carter enters the Impact Zone to handle the induction. She says Jeff Jarrett is a third-generation competitor – that wrestling is in his D.N.A. Dixie recalls how she and Jarrett met – and the founding of TNA in 2002. She introduces the newest inductee, Jeff Jarrett, with Karen.
Dixie formally inducts him into the TNA Hall of Fame.
Jarrett thanks the fans and anyone who’s “ever received a paycheck” from TNA Wrestling. He thanks the Carter family and the entire team behind the show with special thanks to Mike Tenay and Don West.
Jarrett thanks the X-Division and its competitors. He praises and thanks the Knockouts and references the rating for Gail Kim vs. Awesome Kong’s main event. He thanks tag team wrestlers, notably Team 3D. Jarrett thanks the heavyweights – Mick Foley, Kevin Nash, Scott Steiner and AJ Styles.
Jarrett thanks Dixie Carter for making the decision to put him in the Hall of Fame. Finally, he thanks his family, notably his father, daughters and wife. Jarrett receives a standing ovation as Impact Wrestling goes off the air.

Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Layla Retires From WWE

Layla El announced her retirement from WWE on Wednesday. "I've been traveling the world for nine years now and sometimes it's just time to start the next chapter of your life," she told "Traveling on the road was fun, but the older you get, it takes more time for recovery. I just got tired of the travel part."
Layla was also asked what's next for her. "To be perfectly honest, the first two weeks, I'm doing absolutely nothing. [laughs] No, I have stuff that I would like to do. I would maybe like to do some TV stuff, whether it's in the States or in the U.K. I've talked a little bit about maybe going back into my dance background. I'm going to start choreographing and might even go back to the Heat to start choreographing with them. And then, of course, I'm engaged now to my fiancé Richard. We're going to get married and then later on, in a few years, I want to have some kids and start my family life."

Opinionated View- Not a big loss. Nothing personal against Layla but she was awful in the ring and never got any better. Wrestling is better off with out Layla around

WWE Gets Majority of Concussion Lawsuits Consolidated

– PWInsider reports that WWE managed to get several of the concussion lawsuits filed against them consolidated into one. On July 23rd, the new judge in the case issued an order to consolidate the preemptive suits filed by WWE against Blackjack Mulligan, Ivan Koloff, The Dynamite Kid and Koko B. Ware, along with the suit filed by Vito Lograsso and Evan Singleton and the suit filed by Ryan Sakoda, Luther Reigns and Ryan McCullough.
The judge ordered the lawyer in many of the cases, Konstantine Kyros, to show cause and explain why so many of the suits have been filed outside of WWE’s contract jurisdiction. Kyros has to respond by August 6th. In addition, the judge denied a motion for an extension to respond to WWE’s lawsuit on behalf of Mulligan, Koloff, Dynamite Kid and War. Dynamite Kid has not yet been served in the suit, as he lived in the UK.

James Storm and Serena To Take On Magnus and Mickie James, Plus More! - ...

KUSHIDA vs. Matt Sydal Added to ROH Show on August 21st

– ROH announced today, via press release, that KUSHIDA vs. Matt Sydal has been added to the Aftershock Tour event on August 21st in Philadelphia. Here is the updated card for the show…
* ROH World Title Match: Champion Jay Lethal vs. Roderick Strong
* Adam Cole vs. Shinsuke Nakamura
* KUSHIDA vs. Matt Sydal

OV- Bad card. Strong and Lethal are both boring. Poor Cole having to carry one of the worse wrestlers I have ever seen. KUSHIDA and Sydal should be good.

Update on Hogan Merchandise, HBK Replaces Hogan on Australian Tour

– Shawn Michaels will be the guest GM for the Australia tour next month, replacing Hulk Hogan in the role.
– Mattell has reportedly stopped production on any Hulk Hogan action figures. There is actually talk that they could pull any remaining stock fro m the shelves.

Looking Towards The Hall of Fame, Knockouts Title Match And More - IMPAC...

The following is scheduled for tonight's 7/29 TNA Impact Wrestling on Destination America:

* Jeff Jarrett is inducted into the TNA Hall of Fame

* Jeff Hardy returns to TNA

* James Storm & Serena Deeb vs. Magnus & Mickie James

* Eric Young vs. Chris Melendez

* TNA Knockouts Title: Brooke Tessmacher (c) vs. Marti Bell

Non-Spoiler Match Listing For Tonight’s Lucha Underground

* Falls Count Anywhere Match: The Mack vs. Cage
* Believer’s Backlash: Drago vs. Hernandez
* Lucha Underground Trios Title Match: Champions Ivelisse, Son of Havoc and Angelico vs. The Disciples of Death

Non-Spoiler Match Listing For Tonight’s NXT

 Baron Corbin in Action
* Kevin Owens in Action
* Scott Dawson and Dash Wilder vs. Enzo Amore and Big Cass
* Chad Gable and Jason Jordan vs. Elias Samson and Manny Garcia
* Dana Brooke vs. Charlotte
* NXT Tag Team Title Match: Champions Blake and Murphy vs. The Vaudevillians

Non-Spoiler Match Listing For Tonight’s ROH TV

* The Kingdom (Taven and Bennett) w/Maria vs. Corey Hollis and Jonathan Gresham
* Caprice Coleman vs. Silas Young vs. Moose w/Stokely Hathaway vs. Dalton Castle vs. Cheeseburger vs. Bob Evans
* ACH vs. Bobby Fish

Opinionated View- Bad card I don't care about seeing the Kingdom in a squash or having to hear about how smart Maria is. Coleman bores me to tears, Young is wasted feuding with Castle, Moose sucks, Castle is a poor work with a dumb gimmick. And who the hell cares about the Burger and Evans feud? I'm sorry Bobby Fish but even you are your best is not enough to make me want to see ACH.

Sting May Not Appear at SummerSlam After All

– Despite reports to the contrary, Sting may not be appearing at SummerSlam. PWInsider reports that despite the rumors since just before Battleground that Sting will be appearing at the PPV, as of late this afternoon there were no plans to include him on the show.
Reports had suggested that Sting could team up with Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose against the Wyatt Family, or that he may team with Stephen Amell against Stardust and Miz. Sting is set for the VIP Summerslam Experience in New York City, as has been confirmed by the company.

Opinionated View- Good. Look I'm a Sting fan but we already got Taker and as much as I love Sting he's washed up.

Complete WWE Smackdown Taping Results (SPOILERS)

Seth Rollins kicks off SmackDown talking about John Cena and RAW. He’s interrupted by Cesaro, which leads to our first match.
* Kevin Owens comes out for commentary. Rollins vs. Cesaro ends in a DQ when Owens attacks Cesaro. Rollins teases a confrontation with Owens but they double team Cesaro instead.
* Los Matadores and The Lucha Dragons defeated The New Day and The Ascension.
* Summer Rae and Rusev come out for a promo about what happened on RAW with Lana and the fish.
* Rusev defeated Jack Swagger, who got a big home state pop. Rusev attacked Swagger after the match but Swagger counters and applies the Patriot Lock.
* Stardust defeated R-Truth in a quick match. Stardust cut a promo in the ring after the match but Neville attacked him.
* Kevin Owens and Seth Rollins vs. Cesaro and the partner he found, Dean Ambrose, is the main event. The ending came when Ambrose countered a pop-up powerbomb and Cesaro rolled Owens up for the win to end SmackDown.

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

July 28 2015 TNA Impact Wrestling Taping Results

GFW Vs TNA: Tommaso Ciampa defeated Crazzy Steve in a match for Xplosion
Impact Wrestling:
Mr. Anderson defeated Bram in an Open Mic match. Anderson’s mic was hanging over the ring and was able to be used as a weapon.
Eric Young defeated Chris Melendez to hold posession of Melendez’s prosthetic leg. Young cheated by placing his feet on the ropes as leverage.
Jeff and Matt Hardy come to the ring. Matt challenges ECIII to one more match. Ethan brokers a deal with Matt. He says that he will give him one more title shot. If Matt Hardy loses then Jeff Hardy must be his newest assistant. The Hardys accept and the match is set for tonight.
The Wolves defeated Abyss and Manik. James Storm interfered in the match but Mahabali Sheera made the save and attacked Storm.
Brooke vs Velvet Sky went to a no-contest when Jade and Marti Belle attack both of them. Rebel ran down to the ring in  goes to a no contest when Jade and Marti attack both of them. Rebel ran down to the ring as if to make the save for Brooke and Sky but ends up attacking Velvet Sky.
Bobby Roode defeated James Storm, Lashley, and Mr. Anderson in a 4 way to become number 1 contender for the King Of The Mountain title
Dixie Carter And Jeff Jarrett come out to talk about the new working relationship between TNA and GFW. Dixie Says she believes that she made the right decision in putting Jeff in as new authority figure. Out comes Drew Galloway to interrupt. Galloway says that things are not right and that there have been strange and suspicious things going on. Drew says he managed to get a hold of the security footage near Bully’s office and said Jarrett was involved in taking out Bully Ray. Jarrett swears on his wife and kids that he had nothing to do with taking out Bully Ray. Karen Jarrett reveals that she was the one who put out a hit on Bully Ray. She says she did it for Jeff and for GFW. Jeff Jarrett attacks Drew Galloway and out comes TNA wrestlers to make the save. GFW wrestlers hit the ring and lay out the TNA wrestlers to end the segment.
Bram defeated Kenny King in an Open Fight Night match
Velvet Sky comes to the ring and says that Taryn created a cult and that the rest of the dollhouse are her minions. Taryn comes out on the screen above the ramp and says she will destroy Velvet. Mari-Belle, Jade and Rebel come out to attack Velvet Sky. Madison Rayne and Angelina Love come out and save Velvet Sky. The newly reunited Beautiful people take out The Doll House.
Tigre Uno defeated Sonjay Dutt and DJ Z to retain TNA X Division title
The Jarretts and GFW roster come out to cut a promo. Loud boring chants from the fans start up. Jarrett says that today begins a the hostile takeover of TNA. He says that no company has the roster that he has amassed.  GFW roster out for a promo, loud boring chants. Chris “The Adonis” Mordetzky takes the mic and issues an open challenge to any member of the TNA roster. Out comes Lashley to accept his challenge.
Karen Jarrett comes out with Magnus old feast of fired briefcase which contains a TNA World Tag Team title shot. She says that Magnus is now a part of GFW and she demands that  GFW get a title shot. Earl Hebner refuses to ring the bell and so they knock him out. Trevor Lee and Brian Myers grab Stifler and force him to ring the bell for a match against the Wolves. Trevor Lee and Brian Myers defeat the wolves to become the new TNA World Tag Team champions. GFW is now in possession of the TNA tag titles.
ECIII defeated Matt Hardy. Jeff Hardy must now be the newest personal assistant for ECIII
Bobby Roode defeated PJ Black to become the new King Of The Mountain champion. Sonjay Dutt tried interfering in the match but Drew Galloway came in and made the save, attacking Dutt.
Dixie Carter and Jeff Jarrett face off in the ring. The two cut promos on each other described as shoots. Dixie makes a challenge to setup one match. The winner of the agreed to match will take complete control over the other person’s shares of TNA Wrestling. They agree to a Lethal Lockdown match. TNA vs GFW.

7/28 WWE Main Event TV taping spoilers

Dark Match
1. Fandango defeated Adam Rose. A solid back and forth, roughly six-minute match.
WWE Main Event Taping
1. Neville defeated King Barrett via the Red Arrow.
2. Bo Dallas beat Zack Ryder
3. Becky Lynch over Brie Bella.
4. Enzo Amore and Big Cass beat Brad Maddox and Heath Slater (possible dark match).

Former ROH Star Debuts at TNA Taping: SPOILERS

ROH alumnus Tommasso Ciampa appeared at tonight’s TNA TV tapings as part of the invading Global Force Wrestling roster. Ciampa, who left ROH earlier in the year, faced Crazzy Steve for an Xplosion taping. You can see a pic from social media of Ciampa’s debut below:

Opinionated View- Well for Global Force this is a great pick up as Ciampa is great talent. For TNA they now get an excellent talent on there show for a while.

Details on Roderick Strong's contract, including status for PWG and others has learned that the contract recently agreed upon between Ring of Honor and Roderick Strong does not contain the same exclusivity clause that many other ROH talent contracts include. This means that he will be able to continue working for outside companies including Pro Wrestling Guerilla, where Strong is the current PWG Champion. The contract does, however, prevent him from working with GFW and TNA as all ROH talent contracts do.

Alicia Fox Injured in Raw Match

WWE has announced that Alicia Fox was injured during her match on Raw. Fox teamed with Nikki Bella in a losing effort against Becky Lynch and Charlotte.
The announcement from WWE says that Fox suffered a mild concussion. No more information is available.

Opinionated View- Well I'm stunned normally it's Fox hurting someone else not herself.

Full Details on The 2015 Pro Wrestling Guerrilla Battle of Los Angeles Tournament

Pro Wrestling Guerrilla sent out the following today, sharing the details for their 2015 Battle of Los Angeles tournament…
Pro Wrestling Guerrilla’s 2015 Battle of Los Angeles – Stage One
Friday, August 28, 2015 – 8:00PM Bell Time
American Legion Post #308 – 7338 Canby Ave., Reseda, CA 91335

Twenty-four competitors from around the world will square off to win the prestigious 2015 Battle of Los Angeles tournament.
The entrants in the 2015 Battle of Los Angeles are:
1. Will Ospreay
2. “Party” Marty Scurll
3. Timothy Thatcher
4. “Speedball” Mike Bailey
5. Chris Hero
6. Biff Busick
7. Mark Andrews
8. Brian Cage
9. Ricochet
10. Tommy End
11. Trevor Lee
12. Pentagón, Jr.
13. Drew Gulak
14. Angélico
15. Trent?
16. Andrew Everett
17. Fénix
18. Rich Swann
19. Jack Evans
20. Drago
21. “Rebourne” Matt Sydal
22. AeroStar
23. Zack Sabre, Jr.
24. Drew Galloway
Stage One will feature six First Round Matches in the 2015 Battle of Los Angeles, plus non-tournament bouts!
Front Row – $70
General Admission – $55
Pro Wrestling Guerrilla’s 2015 Battle of Los Angeles – Stage One takes place on Friday, August 28, 2015, at 8:00PM at American Legion Post #308. American Legion Post #308 is located at 7338 Canby Ave., Reseda, CA 91335. Online tickets orders are subject to the PayPal Service Charge (2.9% + $0.30). Tickets purchased in advance allow for priority admittance to the venue, along with guaranteed event seating. Tickets are not refundable.
Video recording devices are not permitted. Card subject to change.
Absolutely no outside alcoholic beverages are allowed on American Legion property.
Pro Wrestling Guerrilla’s 2015 Battle of Los Angeles – Stage Two
Saturday, August 29, 2015 – 8:00PM Bell Time
American Legion Post #308 – 7338 Canby Ave., Reseda, CA 91335

Twenty-four competitors from around the world will square off to win the prestigious 2015 Battle of Los Angeles tournament.
Stage Two will feature six First Round Matches in the 2015 Battle of Los Angeles, plus non-tournament bouts!
Front Row – $70
General Admission – $55
Pro Wrestling Guerrilla’s 2015 Battle of Los Angeles – Stage Two takes place on Saturday, August 29, 2015, at 8:00PM at American Legion Post #308. American Legion Post #308 is located at 7338 Canby Ave., Reseda, CA 91335. Online tickets orders are subject to the PayPal Service Charge (2.9% + $0.30). Tickets purchased in advance allow for priority admittance to the venue, along with guaranteed event seating. Tickets are not refundable.
Video recording devices are not permitted. Card subject to change.
Absolutely no outside alcoholic beverages are allowed on American Legion property.
Pro Wrestling Guerrilla’s 2015 Battle of Los Angeles – Final Stage
Sunday, August 30, 2015 – 5:00PM Bell Time
American Legion Post #308 – 7338 Canby Ave., Reseda, CA 91335
Twenty-four competitors from around the world will square off to win the prestigious 2015 Battle of Los Angeles tournament.
The Final Stage will feature the Quarter-Final, Semi-Final, and Final Round Matches
in the 2015 Battle of Los Angeles, plus non-tournament Bouts!
Front Row – $70
General Admission – $55
Pro Wrestling Guerrilla’s 2015 Battle of Los Angeles – Final Stage takes place on Sunday, August 30, 2015, at 5:00PM at American Legion Post #308. American Legion Post #308 is located at 7338 Canby Ave., Reseda, CA 91335. Online tickets orders are subject to the PayPal Service Charge (2.9% + $0.30). Tickets purchased in advance allow for priority admittance to the venue, along with guaranteed event seating. Tickets are not refundable.
Video recording devices are not permitted. Card subject to change.
Absolutely no outside alcoholic beverages are allowed on American Legion property.