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New Championship Debuting In WWE After WrestleMania 34?

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According to PWInsider, WWE plans to reveal a brand new championship after WWE WrestleMania 34. Surprisingly, this will be on 205 Live, as the company will add a tag team championship to their purple brand.

“While Wrestlemania 34 will feature the tournament final crowning a new Cruiserweight champion, there are already plans in the works to create a Cruiserweight Tag Team championship for the 205 Live brand.  The belts would give WWE a third set of Tag Team champions and bring forth the first Cruiserweight Tag Team championship seen nationally in the United States since the demise of WCW in 2001.”

“After WrestleMania” is currently the only timeframe provided.

You can visit PWInsider here.

Thoughts:

The idea of a tag team championship on 205 Live is surprising, given that the show is merely an hour long. NXT has one hour of television weekly, and features three championships (NXT Championship, NXT Tag Team Championship, NXT Women’s Championship). The brand was viewed as unnecessary viewing by many fans, but in 2018 has completely been turned around with Triple H and Adam Pearce at the helm, and Drake Maverick as the general manager.
Personally I expected a trios championship, but a tag team championship gives them almost the same flexibility within the roster.
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Impact News: Impact Wrestling Viewership Declines This Week (6/21/18)

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This week’s episode of Impact Wrestling on PopTV saw new Tag Team Champions crowned as LAX defeated Z&E, plus Madison Rayne vs. Su Yung for the Knockouts Championship was announced for Slammiversary.

Impact did face some competition after going two straight weeks without any and holding steady numbers in ratings. This week’s show brought in a rating of 0.06 (262,000 viewers) which is down from last week’s rating of 276,000 viewers. It also ranked #128 on the Cable Top 150, while last week the show ranked #125.

The NBA Draft topped the night in the 18-49 demographic with a rating of 1.25, which is down 0.11 from the 2017 draft.

Here is the viewership breakdown of the past four shows:

May 31st Episode: 283,000 viewers (Under Pressure episode)
June 7th Episode: 296,000 viewers
June 14th Episode: 276,000 viewers
June 21st Episode: 262,000 viewers

Source: Showbuzz Daily 

Ja’ Von’s Take: It seems that Impact is on the decline in terms of viewership. The past two weeks, Impact didn’t have any major sports competition until this week with the NBA Draft which is why I was kind of shocked that the show took a hit in viewership last week. Right now Impact is on the road to Slammiversary and the card is slowly beginning to take shape, so you would think that as they head to the biggest show of the summer they would have some kind of increase. I believe in this regime and have been a fan since I stumbled upon them a few years back. They are putting out some of their best work in while. They have finally found their groove and I think they are just in a funk at the moment. I predict that they will begin an upswing as we get closer to Slammiversary. Don’t forget to check out my YouTube Report tonight to see how Impact Wrestling did in terms of YouTube views.

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WWE News: NXT Live Event Results Venice, Florida (6/22/18)

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After putting the latest set of NXT television tapings from Full Sail University in Orlando into the books on Thursday night, the Superstars of WWE’s third brand went back on the road for Live Events in the Sunshine State this weekend. Last night, the action kicked off in Venice, Florida as fans in attendance were treated to competition featuring NXT Champion Aleister Black, Kairi Sane, new 205 Live Superstar Lio Rush, War Raiders and more. Below are the results:

  • Danny Burch defeated ‘The Finest’ Kona Reeves
  • Lacey Evans defeated Jessie
  • The Mighty defeated Big Boa & Rocky
  • Chad Lail vs. Amanpreet Singh got interrupted by Steve Cutler & Wesley Blake who would then issue an open challenge
  • War Raiders defeated The Forgotten Sons (Steve Cutler & Wesley Blake)
  • Lio Rush defeated Raul Mendoza
  • Kairi Sane & Kacy Catanzaro defeated Taynara Conti & Reina Gonzalez
  • NXT Champion Aleister Black defeated Fabian Aichner

Results c/o PWInsider

 

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WWE News: Undertaker’s MSG Match Revealed, Early Look At The Card

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The Undertaker Entrance WrestleMania

There has been loads of news recently surrounding the WWE and their relationship with Madison Square Garden, most recently the report that the company stepped in and blocked Ring Of Honor from running the venue some time in 2019 (find that story here). In case you missed it, The Undertaker will also be making his return to ‘The World’s Most Famous Arena’ for the first time in eight years on July 7th (which you can check out here).

Today, WrestlingInc has revealed the match for ‘The Deadman’, as he will take part in a 6-Man Tag Team Match when he partners with ‘The Big Dog’ Roman Reigns and ‘The Monster Among Men’ Braun Strowman to take on ‘Constable’ Baron Corbin, Elias and Kevin Owens. Other matches for the show have also been revealed, which is of course a RAW Live Event and will not feature any SmackDown Live Superstars. Here’s an early look at the card (and we call it an “early look” because as always, cards are subject to change):

  • The Undertaker, Roman Reigns & Braun Strowman vs. Baron Corbin, Elias & Kevin Owens
  • Intercontinental Championship Triple Threat: (C) Dolph Ziggler vs. Seth Rollins vs. Finn Balor
  • Special Referee RAW Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss: Nia Jax vs. Ronda Rousey

Also scheduled to appear are RAW Tag Team Champions Matt Hardy & Bray Wyatt, Bobby Lashley, Jinder Mahal, Natalya and ‘The Glorious’ Bobby Roode.

 

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