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 Posted: Thu Oct 11th, 2018 04:42 pm
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srossi wrote: bpickering wrote: Finally...WWE.com

LONDON, England and STAMFORD, Conn. — WWE today announced that NXT UK, a new weekly episodic series featuring the greatest male and female competitors from the U.K., will stream on WWE Network on Wednesdays, beginning Oct. 17 at 8 p.m. BT/3 p.m. ET.

So what is WWE Network's schedule now on Wednesdays?  They have NXT UK at 8, NXT at 9, and then 205 Live at 10?  That's 3 hours of original programming the same night.  That's a lot. And isn't the Mae Young Classic still airing on Wednesdays too?

NXT UK airs at 3PM on the the east coast.  Its 8Pm in England. 

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bpickering wrote: srossi wrote: bpickering wrote: Finally...WWE.com

LONDON, England and STAMFORD, Conn. — WWE today announced that NXT UK, a new weekly episodic series featuring the greatest male and female competitors from the U.K., will stream on WWE Network on Wednesdays, beginning Oct. 17 at 8 p.m. BT/3 p.m. ET.

So what is WWE Network's schedule now on Wednesdays?  They have NXT UK at 8, NXT at 9, and then 205 Live at 10?  That's 3 hours of original programming the same night.  That's a lot. And isn't the Mae Young Classic still airing on Wednesdays too?

NXT UK airs at 3PM on the the east coast.  Its 8Pm in England. 

Most Americans won't have a chance to watch it until night though.  That's still a ton of content for Wednesday.



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srossi wrote: bpickering wrote: Finally...WWE.com

LONDON, England and STAMFORD, Conn. — WWE today announced that NXT UK, a new weekly episodic series featuring the greatest male and female competitors from the U.K., will stream on WWE Network on Wednesdays, beginning Oct. 17 at 8 p.m. BT/3 p.m. ET.

So what is WWE Network's schedule now on Wednesdays?  They have NXT UK at 8, NXT at 9, and then 205 Live at 10?  That's 3 hours of original programming the same night.  That's a lot. And isn't the Mae Young Classic still airing on Wednesdays too?

There are two final episodes of the MYC left to air. The most interesting this about NXT UK is that, after the speculation about which UK TV network would pick up the show, none have, and they are airing it themselves on the Network. That definitely wasn't the plan. 



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srossi wrote: bpickering wrote: srossi wrote: bpickering wrote: Finally...WWE.com

LONDON, England and STAMFORD, Conn. — WWE today announced that NXT UK, a new weekly episodic series featuring the greatest male and female competitors from the U.K., will stream on WWE Network on Wednesdays, beginning Oct. 17 at 8 p.m. BT/3 p.m. ET.

So what is WWE Network's schedule now on Wednesdays?  They have NXT UK at 8, NXT at 9, and then 205 Live at 10?  That's 3 hours of original programming the same night.  That's a lot. And isn't the Mae Young Classic still airing on Wednesdays too?

NXT UK airs at 3PM on the the east coast.  Its 8Pm in England. 

Most Americans won't have a chance to watch it until night though.  That's still a ton of content for Wednesday.


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That is the whole point of on-demand, you can watch it whenever you want.



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Wednesday's Prime Time Line up

7pm 205 Live
8Pm NXT
9Pm Mae Young Classic
10Pm NXT UK



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NXT UK is available to stream now. It's good, exactly as good as you would expect. Basically just an intro with four matches and very little story development. They only minus is that Vic Joseph, the blandest of the bland, is on commentary. They really need a UK commentator for this show.



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Today's hidden gem will be the entire card of The Last Battle of Atlanta.



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Kriss wrote: NXT UK is available to stream now. It's good, exactly as good as you would expect. Basically just an intro with four matches and very little story development. They only minus is that Vic Joseph, the blandest of the bland, is on commentary. They really need a UK commentator for this show.
It's the type of first show they should've had.  Solid opening match between Joe Coffey and Mark Andrews, promo by Moustache Mountain, 2 squash matches featuring Toni Storm and Dave Mastiff, and then a really good main event of Pete Dunne vs. Noam Dar.  They established a lot of talent in 60 minutes, more tha n Raw ever establishes in 3 hours 15 minutes, but are letting things build up.  HHH puts on indy shows better than any indy promoter.

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Kriss wrote: Today's hidden gem will be the entire card of The Last Battle of Atlanta.
GCW @ Atlanta, GA - Omni - October 23, 1983 (10,600)The Last Battle of Atlanta
Bruno Sammartino Jr. defeated Pat Rose
Les Thornton defeated Joe Lightfoot
The Great Kabuki (w/ Gary Hart) pinned National TV Champion Ron Garvin; Garvin remained champion since the decision came after the first 15 minutes of the bout
Mr. Wrestling #2 pinned Bob Roop (sub. for Mr. Wrestling #1) in a mask vs. mask match; after the bout, Mr. Wrestling #1 was unmasked as Jesse Barr
National Heavyweight Champion Brett Wayne fought Jake Roberts (w/ Paul Ellering) to a no contest
National Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) fought Jimmy Valiant & Pez Whatley to a double disqualification
Tommy Rich pinned Buzz Sawyer (w/ Paul Ellering) in a lights out steel cage match at 12:06 after throwing Sawyer into the cage; Ellering was suspended above the ring in a cage; the cage had a chain link roof; Sawyer bled heavily from the face during the bout; the match could have been won via pinfall or when the opponent could not meet the referee's standing 10 count; stipulations stated Ole Anderson would face Ellering if Rich won; some fans tried scaling the cage after the bout, to the point the ring announcer had to ask fans to back away from the cage; following the match, Ellering rushed in the ring to tend to Sawyer until Anderson came out in street clothes for their scheduled match
Ole Anderson pinned Paul Ellering in a lights out steel cage match at 9:32 with a headbutt; both men bled in the match; after the bout, Jake Roberts attacked Anderson, choked and whipped him with his belt, punched the referee and double teamed Ole with Ellering's help



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srossi wrote: Kriss wrote: NXT UK is available to stream now. It's good, exactly as good as you would expect. Basically just an intro with four matches and very little story development. They only minus is that Vic Joseph, the blandest of the bland, is on commentary. They really need a UK commentator for this show.
It's the type of first show they should've had.  Solid opening match between Joe Coffey and Mark Andrews, promo by Moustache Mountain, 2 squash matches featuring Toni Storm and Dave Mastiff, and then a really good main event of Pete Dunne vs. Noam Dar.  They established a lot of talent in 60 minutes, more tha n Raw ever establishes in 3 hours 15 minutes, but are letting things build up.  HHH puts on indy shows better than any indy promoter.


One thing I forgot to note. The camerawork for Dave Mastiff's entrance is fantastic.



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bpickering wrote: Kriss wrote: Today's hidden gem will be the entire card of The Last Battle of Atlanta.
GCW @ Atlanta, GA - Omni - October 23, 1983 (10,600)The Last Battle of Atlanta
Bruno Sammartino Jr. defeated Pat Rose
Les Thornton defeated Joe Lightfoot
The Great Kabuki (w/ Gary Hart) pinned National TV Champion Ron Garvin; Garvin remained champion since the decision came after the first 15 minutes of the bout
Mr. Wrestling #2 pinned Bob Roop (sub. for Mr. Wrestling #1) in a mask vs. mask match; after the bout, Mr. Wrestling #1 was unmasked as Jesse Barr
National Heavyweight Champion Brett Wayne fought Jake Roberts (w/ Paul Ellering) to a no contest
National Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) fought Jimmy Valiant & Pez Whatley to a double disqualification
Tommy Rich pinned Buzz Sawyer (w/ Paul Ellering) in a lights out steel cage match at 12:06 after throwing Sawyer into the cage; Ellering was suspended above the ring in a cage; the cage had a chain link roof; Sawyer bled heavily from the face during the bout; the match could have been won via pinfall or when the opponent could not meet the referee's standing 10 count; stipulations stated Ole Anderson would face Ellering if Rich won; some fans tried scaling the cage after the bout, to the point the ring announcer had to ask fans to back away from the cage; following the match, Ellering rushed in the ring to tend to Sawyer until Anderson came out in street clothes for their scheduled match
Ole Anderson pinned Paul Ellering in a lights out steel cage match at 9:32 with a headbutt; both men bled in the match; after the bout, Jake Roberts attacked Anderson, choked and whipped him with his belt, punched the referee and double teamed Ole with Ellering's help


The show starts with Thornton vs Lightfoot and has no commentary.



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Kriss wrote: bpickering wrote: Kriss wrote: Today's hidden gem will be the entire card of The Last Battle of Atlanta.
GCW @ Atlanta, GA - Omni - October 23, 1983 (10,600)The Last Battle of Atlanta
Bruno Sammartino Jr. defeated Pat Rose
Les Thornton defeated Joe Lightfoot
The Great Kabuki (w/ Gary Hart) pinned National TV Champion Ron Garvin; Garvin remained champion since the decision came after the first 15 minutes of the bout
Mr. Wrestling #2 pinned Bob Roop (sub. for Mr. Wrestling #1) in a mask vs. mask match; after the bout, Mr. Wrestling #1 was unmasked as Jesse Barr
National Heavyweight Champion Brett Wayne fought Jake Roberts (w/ Paul Ellering) to a no contest
National Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) fought Jimmy Valiant & Pez Whatley to a double disqualification
Tommy Rich pinned Buzz Sawyer (w/ Paul Ellering) in a lights out steel cage match at 12:06 after throwing Sawyer into the cage; Ellering was suspended above the ring in a cage; the cage had a chain link roof; Sawyer bled heavily from the face during the bout; the match could have been won via pinfall or when the opponent could not meet the referee's standing 10 count; stipulations stated Ole Anderson would face Ellering if Rich won; some fans tried scaling the cage after the bout, to the point the ring announcer had to ask fans to back away from the cage; following the match, Ellering rushed in the ring to tend to Sawyer until Anderson came out in street clothes for their scheduled match
Ole Anderson pinned Paul Ellering in a lights out steel cage match at 9:32 with a headbutt; both men bled in the match; after the bout, Jake Roberts attacked Anderson, choked and whipped him with his belt, punched the referee and double teamed Ole with Ellering's help


The show starts with Thornton vs Lightfoot and has no commentary.

Yeah it just looks like the Results from historyofwwe.com are out of order as Bruno Jr vs Rose is the 2nd match



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WWE Network News is reporting that the following Brothers of Destruction matches will be this week's "Hidden Gems" added tomorrow on the streaming service:

RAW 04/16/2001 – Destruction After Dark

The Brothers of Destruction look to put the brakes on Stone Cold Steve Austin and Triple H’s power trip in this rarely seen moment from RAW.

OVW 06/30/2001 – Destruction Comes to OVW

The Undertaker has a big surprise in store for the team of Diamond Dallas Page and Leviathan when he brings his brother Kane to OVW.



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There will be 2 new NXT UK Shows this coming Wednesday starting at 4pm est.



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So, "House Hardy Halloween" premiered last night. It's pretty much what I expected. The lunacy seems to have been turned down, and the cameos aren't as out of left field as they were in TNA (they are firmly from the WWE friends list). It's also very much lacking in wrestling. It's better than Camp WWE or Holy Foley, but not as much fun as the Edge & Christian show. If you Hardy's Broken universe in TNA, then this is an okay way to spend half an hour, but it won't win anyone over. They did set it up for another episode though, and I will watch the next one.



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