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First Look: Manhattan Center For WWE Raw 25

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WWE Raw 25 takes place at the Barclay’s Center and the Manhattan Center, both in New York City. The Manhattan Center was the original home for WWE (WWF) Monday Night Raw, and as expected they are going with the original set-up.

Scott Hall shared this tweet from the venue today:

Follow @theCHAIRSHOTcom for live updates during Raw 25, and hit up TheChairshot.com for Steven Mitchell’s live coverage!

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MLW News: Updated Cards For MLW’s Never Say Never & Live Zero Hour Special

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A look at the updated lineups for this week’s MLW Miami events!

There is certainly no shortage of wrestling going on this weekend for fans to consume, a couple of events belonging to Major League Wrestling as they head to Miami for Never Say Never on Thursday, a set of Fusion TV tapings, then the following night for Zero Hour live on beIN Sports at 8PM EST.





After some recent adjustments due to injuries, including MJF being stripped of the MLW World Middleweight Championship because of one (read more on that here) and then one to another participant in that match, Jason Cade, both cards now appear to be finalized barring any other last minute changes. Here’s a look at the lineups:

Never Say Never – Fusion TV Taping – December 14th

Pentagon Jr. vs. Teddy Hart

Falls Count Anywhere
LA Park vs. Sami Callihan

No Holds Barred, No Ropes Fight
Tom Lawlor vs. Simon Gotch

Rich Swann vs. Dragon Lee

Rush vs. Shane Strickland

DJZ vs. Hijo de LA Park

Dezmond Xavier vs. Andrew Everett

Zero Hour – Live on beIN Sports – December 14th

No Disqualification for the MLW World Heavyweight Championship
(C) Low-Ki vs. Konnan

4-Way Ladder Match for the Vacant MLW World Middleweight Championship
Kotto Brazil vs. Hijo de LA Park vs. Dezmond Xavier vs. Andrew Everett

Singapore Cane Match
Tommy Dreamer vs. Brian Pillman Jr.

Rich Swann vs. Rush

Ace Romero vs. Barrington Hughes

Dragon Lee vs. DJZ





Which matches are you looking forward to watching on beIN Sports? Let us know on social media @theCHAIRSHOTcom and always remember to use the hashtag #UseYourHead!

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WWE News: Lineup For Next Week’s WWE Week On USA Network

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USA Network’s WWE Week lineup for next week!

It’s that time of year again where we’re approaching Christmas, which means that the WWE’s annual takeover of the USA Network’s prime time slots for a full week is upon us.





Next Monday’s post-TLC episode of Monday Night RAW will kickoff WWE Week on the network at 8PM EST, followed up by some other special WWE-themed programming running through Friday night. One change that fans will probably notice is there will be no broadcast of NXT on USA Network this year, however some other programming could be added to the schedule. Also as noted, next week’s RAW and SmackDown Live will be back-to-back tapings on both nights as WWE will tape the following week’s episodes once the live broadcasts go off the air (see that story here).

Here’s a look at the complete lineup for USA Network’s WWE Week:

  • Monday, December 17th – Monday Night RAW (8PM EST)
  • Tuesday, December 18th – SmackDown Live (8PM EST)
  • Wednesday, December 19th – The New Day’s 2018 Pancake Powered Year End Super Spectacular (10 PM EST)
  • Thursday, December 20th – Tribute To The Troops (9PM EST), Miz & Mrs Season One Marathon (11PM EST)
  • Friday, December 21st – San Andreas starring The Rock (6PM EST)



Do you think NXT should have been a part of WWE Week again? Let us know on social media @theCHAIRSHOTcom and always remember to use the hashtag #UseYourHead!

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