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IMPACT News: Slammiversary Airing Live For First Time Internationally

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Today marks a pretty big day for fans of IMPACT Wrestling around the globe as it has been announced that for the first time ever, Slammiversary XVI on July 22nd from the Rebel Complex in Toronto, Canada, will air live on Fite.tv for fans internationally. This is the first pay-per-view event available for purchase to the United Kingdom, Australia, Ireland and more. Below is IMPACT Wrestling’s full announcement with more details:

LONDON | TORONTO – IMPACT Wrestling, a subsidiary of Anthem Sports & Entertainment Corp., announced today that its marquee annual summer pay-per-view extravaganza Slammiversary will be streamed live exclusively on FITE.tv in the UK and other international markets.

 Emanating from Rebel Entertainment Complex in Toronto, Canada on July 22 at 8:00 p.m. ET (July 23 at 1:00 UK time), Slammiversary will be streamed live and subsequently available on-demand, marking the first time a live pay-per-view event will be available for purchase for fans in the UK, Ireland, Australia and many more countries.



In the main event at Slammiversary, former NFL offensive lineman Moose will challenge Austin Aries for the IMPACT World Championship, plus “The Undead Bride” Su Yung defends her Knockouts Championship against former five-time titleholder Madison Rayne. Slammiversary will also feature the returns of Johnny IMPACT, who will be featured on the 37th season of Survivor, and New Japan Pro-Wrestling star “The Bone Soldier of the Bullet Club” Taiji Ishimori. 



FITE.tv is a premium digital live streaming network that has presented over 1,000 live professional wrestling, mixed martial arts, boxing and other combat sports events since its launch in 2016. It is available online at www.FITE.tv, as an app on all iOS and Android devices, as well as Roku, Apple TV and Android TV boxes. 



“Slammiversary will be one of the biggest events in our company’s history,” said Ed Nordholm, president of IMPACT Wrestling. “Through our partnership with FITE.tv, I am very excited that, for the first time ever, we can stream this monumental event live to our incredible fans all over the world, including the UK, ahead of our return at Wrestling MediaCon in September.”



FITE.tv Chief Operating Officer Michael Weber added: “Slammiversary is shaping up to be one of the summer’s biggest events and we are delighted to have it as a part of FITE.tv.”

For more information about Slammiversary on FITE.tv, including pricing details, visit www.FITE.tv.


In North America, Slammiversary will be distributed on FITE.tv, as well as cable and satellite providers, including DISH, DirecTV, iN Demand, Vubiquity, Rogers, Bell, Shaw and Sasktel.

 

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Press Release: Latest WPW Weekly With Mae Young Classic Competitor Allysin Kay

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The Chairshot was sent along the following press release for the newest edition of Women’s Pro Wrestling Weekly, featuring special guest Allysin Kay of the Mae Young Classic:

SHINE CHAMPION ALLYSIN KAY AKA SIENNA IS THE SPECIAL GUEST ON WOMEN’S WRESTLING WEEKLY & TALKS ABOUT HER EXPERIENCE AT MAE YOUNG CLASSIC & HER RELATIONSHIP WITH IMPACT

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

WPW Weekly Hosts, TK Trinidad, Evan T Mack and Sarah The Rebel Break Down Women Wrestling News For The Week

PRESS RELEASE- Los Angeles

Get it on YouTube:https://youtu.be/DrpmKEsS-iA or download the podcast version on iTunes:https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/womens-pro-wrestling-weekly/id1354335221?mt=2 with highlights below:

Allysin Kay Talks About Being Contacted for the Mae Young Classic
Once I got the email asking me if I were interested in being in the Mae Young Classic. ( I want to say that was probably June). So, in my mind, I’m thinking I’m cleared in July, so that gives me one month to go hard. Granted, I had been back to working out and doing physical activity and dieting and things like that for months prior. It was probably about 1 or 2 months after I was diagnosed that I wasn’t able to do anything. But, after that, I was back to doing something… I just couldn’t do my normal MMA workouts. I could not spare with anyone or roll in jiu-jitsu, I couldn’t wrestle, I couldn’t get in the ring and roll around and jump because when you are on blood thinners….. It wasn’t that I was physically unable to get in the ring and work out or anything like that…It’s just when you are blood thinners, you are at a very high risk of internal bleeding. So, if I were to get hit in the head and had a hemorrhage; I’d be done. So, I would lift, nothing too crazy, I couldn’t power lift right away or anything too heavy and once I was cleared, then I went balls to the wall. I was doing every workout I could. I had that feeling like, I only have a month to go hard because even though I knew I was in. I still physically couldn’t go as hard as I could until I was actually off the blood thinners. So, yes and no.
I had not wrestled in 7 months. The Mae Young Classic was my first match back since my injury. If I could have done something differently, I would have gotten in the ring before that.

Allysin Kay’s Thoughts On Being in A Match With Mia Yim For The Mae Young Classic
To be honest, I thought it was a joke. I thought the agent who was telling me the match, was joking. I thought she was ribbing me or something. Then I realized she wasn’t I was shocked. I was surprised. I did not think that they would book that match.

Allysin Kay Talks About Working with WWE
I really enjoyed my time there and I say that totally honestly. In a way… it wasn’t what I was expecting and I guess because you hear a lot of horror stories …I went there and I realized I know almost everyone there. And the majority of the people I was dealing with I had met on or during my try out or I had wrestled with them on the indies; even down to the coaches.

Allysin Kay Talks About Her Relationship with Gail Kim
Maybe I just basis, but I think I have a special relationship with Gail. My first match at Impact was with her at the Knockout Knockdown 2016 and we were on first and that made me nervous. Cause they were like you are wrestling Gail and you are on first. That was my first taste working for Impact and working for TV on that set and in front of that audience and things like that. And I now know that was her feeling me out and scouting me and I credit her ( I mean I credit a lot of people) but I also give her a lot of credit for me being signed to Impact. All those girls were going through a try out on the Knockout pay-per-view. I was given to her, so she can feel me out and determine if I were ok. And, I like that process and I wish people did that more because I feel like it’s kind of slipping and that doesn’t happen a lot very often. She was sent out there to make sure I knew what I was doing, that I was respectful, that I was a good worker and I know that she also asked a lot of people behind the scenes if I was a good person and I really wished that happened in every locker room. …
Gail also had very nice things to say about me for the Mae Young Classic. I sat down with Beth Phoenix because she was one of the people doing commentary. She asked a lot of questions to get to know me better and she had asked Gail about me. I had no idea. I wish I could repeat verbatim… She gave me a quote that Gail had said to her about me .. and I was like .. Gail

Allysin Kay Talks About Defending Championship
I am the Shine Champion, so I’m very excited about that and it has been a long time coming. I have been with the company since the very beginning… 6 years now. As the champion I so excited to bring that everywhere and defend that championship not just in Shine but I want to defend it in its sister company Evolve. I want to bring that championship to other promotions and possibly other countries.

Allysin Kay Talks About Her Relationship with Impact Wrestling
As far as Impact goes, I have a good relationship with Impact. I left on good terms. I will always have a relationship with those people. A Lot of my friends are still there.

Get it all on this week’s brand new episode of AfterBuzz TV’s WPW Weekly. Two words for you…DOWNLOAD IT!

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WWE News: RAW Live Event Results From Butte, Montana (9/21/18)

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It was time to go back on the road last night for WWE’s Monday Night RAW roster, stopping off in Butte, Montana before a three hour ride to Billings for tonight’s Live Event.

The card in Butte featured some big matches for fans in attendance as Braun Strowman challenged Roman Reigns for the Universal Title in the main event, Finn Balor and Bobby Lashley teamed up to face Kevin Owens and Baron Corbin, on top of an 8-Woman Tag Team match. Below are the results:

  • The B-Team defeated The Revival
  • Mojo Rawley defeated Tyler Breeze
  • Jinder Mahal & The Authors Of Pain defeated Apollo Crews, Heath Slater & Rhyno
  • Finn Balor defeated Baron Corbin by DQ after interference from Kevin Owens. Bobby Lashley then came out to even the odds
  • Bobby Lashley & Finn Balor defeated Baron Corbin & Kevin Owens
  • Bobby Roode & Chad Gable defeated The Ascension
  • Bayley, Dana Brooke, Ember Moon & Natalya defeated Mickie James & The Riott Squad
  • Universal Title: Roman Reigns retained over Braun Strowman by DQ

Results c/o WrestlingInc

 

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WWE News: NXT Live Event Results From Sanford, Florida, Matt Riddle Debuts (9/21/18)

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WWE’s NXT brand was back on the road last night for the weekend tour of their home state of Florida, rolling into Sanford, Florida, a mere thirty minute drive from Orlando, for a Live Event.

Fans who attended were treated to some quality action as last night’s card featured Adam Cole taking on Keith Lee, the NXT Tag Team Championships were on the line, plus Matt Riddle made his NXT debut against Fabian Aichner. Below are the results:

  • Kassius Ohno defeated Stacey Ervin Jr.
  • Io Shirai & Kacy Catanzaro defeated Aliyah & Kavita Devi
  • Matt Riddle defeated Fabian Aichner
  • Vanessa Borne defeated Taynara Conti
  • Oney Lorcan & Danny Burch defeated Kona Reeves & Luke Menzies
  • Adam Cole defeated Keith Lee
  • NXT Tag Team Titles: The Undisputed Era retained over Humberto Carrillo & Raul Mendoza
  • NXT UK Women’s Title: Rhea Ripley retained over Nikki Cross
  • Ricochet & The Street Profits defeated Dominik Dijakovic & The Mighty

Results c/o WrestlingInc

 

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