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Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Wednesday Wrestling Minutes - Your Weekly Source for NXT, Lucha Underground, Ring of Honor and Independent Wrestling News

NXT, 6/10
Opens with a hype video for Samoa Joe being on the show later in the night. Graves later says he’s making his in-ring debut tonight.
Zack Ryder coming out to the ring first. I wonder if Ryder is going to overhaul his gimmick or just try and tweak it to become relevant.
Ryder tags with the returning Mojo Rawley and these smarks must have a short memory because they’re chanting for Mojo when they were booing the hell out of him before he got hurt. They take on the team of Mike Rallis and Elias Sampson.
There’s a whole row of people in Mojo Rawley “Stay hype” shirts. Mojo starts first against Rallis who tags out and Mojo slams him around and does some ridiculous dancing into a sitout axe handle. Ryder tags in and the unknown NXT guys immediately get the better of him.
Those guys in the Rawley shirts have been standing the whole time, I bet the people behind them love them.
Rawley is the hot tag for Ryder and gets hype all over Rallis and Sampson. Rawley and Ryder get the win after Rawley lifts up Sampson and Ryder hits the Rough Ryder from the top. After the win, Ryder and Rawley head into the crowd and jump around with the Rawley section. And somehow, they take until the end of the segment to mention that Rob Gronkowski is there.
Finn Balor video package. About how everyone has two sides, some try to ignore or suppress their dark sides while he embraces it. It’s actually a hype video for the Tokyo event on July 4 and it ends with “Finn Balor arrives” which is weird because he’s been here awhile. Why don’t you spoil that he’s winning the title more. Also says it will be live on WWE Network.
Dana Brooke sitting around, reading her Twitter and allegedly read one that said “Dana Brooke is the rebirth of the NXT Women’s division.” Rebirth into what? A boring Divas division where they hire models instead of competent females from the indies? Video package for her about how awesome she is or something. Says she feeds off negativity and haters, like she’s Ryback or something. Keeps calling herself the Total Diva - already angling for a spot on the show.
Evil Emma out next. I love her change of character, how disdainful she is of the NXT crowd and her old persona. She takes on Blue Pants who gets a massive reaction.
Blue Pants dances around and gestures that she hearts Emma but Emma just stands in the corner, arms crossed and looking sour. But when Blue Pants turns around, Emma attacks her from behind. Emma is just handling Blue Pants, really showing an aggressive side that she never has before.
Emma starts trash talking crowd and BP gets two quick covers but Emma puts a stop to it with a big clothesline. BP hits a few big head kicks and an elbow drop type slam and another 2 counts but Emma makes her tap to the Emma Lock.
Devin talks to Enzo, Cass and Carmella. She tells them next week they face Blake, Murphy and Alexa Bliss in a 6-man tag match. Carmella calls them pathetic pigs and cheats. Enzo says Alexa looks like her hair is on fire and a bunch of stuff about Hunger Games or something that I missed cause he talks so fast but Cass says they’re cowards, liars and cheaters and they look ridiculous. And this place would a whole lot better if they weren’t around anymore and they’re taking care of that next week. Enzo says to call them an Uber and he has plenty of time but no time for this.
Tyler Breeze out next, he takes on Bull Dempsey. Bull overwhelming Breeze early. Goes up top for the headbutt but Breeze rolls out. Bull comes after him but Breeze runs away. Bull gives chase but gets winded halfway around the ring and the crowd chants “Car-di-o” at him. I just had an awful premonition of Vince seeing this and giving Bull a gimmick where he’s just a fat dude who gets tired minutes into every match and does embarrassing things but somehow still manages to win by falling on people and pinning them because they can’t kick out because he’s so fat.
Breeze laps him and throws Bull back in the ring and hits the Beauty Shot for the win.
Becky Lynch out now. Good to see she’s still rocking that new look she debuted at Takeover. She takes on Jessie (aka Jessie McKay). Just Jessie, huh? That’s terrible. That’s the best they could do?
Jessie doing pretty well in this match, keeping the advantage over Becky with holds and using her height to her advantage. But Becky hits a hammerlock overhead suplex and then a Mike Quackenbush Black Tornado Slam and transitions into the seated armbar for the win. Byron calls it the “Disgoosting Armbar”, a play off the way Becky pronounces disgusting and I hope to god that’s not what they call it going forward.
William Regal announces that Kevin Owens will be on commentary when Samoa Joe makes his debut. And Bull Dempsey walks in eating a bag of chips, saying “You wanted to see me Mr. Regal?” Regal says he thinks Bull may have a problem. Bull says he can explain, he knows he got a little tired and he was doing really well until that part at the end where he lost but it was because he was up all night training so he was really, really tired and it won’t happen again.
Bull can barely keep from corpsing as Regal takes the chips from him and says “Listen flower, you need to get your act together.”  Regal walks off and Bull shrugs then pulls out an already opened candy bar from his singlet.
Greg “Jeremy Borash” Hamilton talks to Jason Jordan about his match last week. He says last week didn’t work out but he has a new tag team partner now. Then Chad Gable walks in and Jordan is annoyed to see him and says “No Chad Cable, it is not you.” Gable says that he doesn’t want to say I told you so but...I told you. So, when Jordan is ready he’ll be there for him, ready, willing, and Gable. He holds up another towel with his name on it and gives it to Jordan who throws it away and walks away. After he does, Gable writes his name next to Jordan’s on Jordan’s locker.
Baron Corbin out next, he takes on Angelo Dawkins. Crowd doing the counting gimmick but it quickly morphs into “Cor-bin sucks”. Dawkins gets in a little offense but it’s mostly Corbin who wins with the End of Days.
Kevin Owens on commentary for the last segment, Samoa Joe’s in-ring debut. Opens with a shot of the announce table where Owens is already and he has his arm around Byron who looks very uncomfortable. Owens says “Lighten up a little. You’re out here with the champ, nothing’s gonna happen to you.” I feel like he might’ve also called him Barry instead of Byron.
Samoa Joe takes on Scott Dawson. Joe’s music is weird. The intro is great and really ominous but then it switches to this weird, bass line with a drum beat and random horn stabs behind it and it’s not very threatening at all.
Crowd starts with “Joe is gonna kill you” and “Please don’t die” chants at the bell. Dawson holding his own well to start the match but Joe doesn’t have a problem handling his offense. Dawson does well but can’t overcome Joe’s striking and power and Joe wins with a Muscle Buster.
Owens says “Good little first match for Joe. Not as impressive as me.”
Owens leaves the announce table and looks over his shoulder at Joe. But Joe gets on the mic and calls out Owens. He says last time Owens said that if they were in the same ring Owens would drop him but instead he did what he is doing now and ran away. Owens gets on the mic and says first of all, I don’t really run anywhere. Owens doesn’t want to drop Joe after his first match in NXT. And because Joe is a bit of a rookie in NXT, and Owens being a veteran, he tells him you can’t just walk in here and get an NXT Title match after one match. You have to earn those things. And Joe simply hasn’t done that.
But then Regal comes out. He says Joe hasn’t earned the right to a title shot, but he has earned the right to fight. So next week, Owens will face Samoa Joe.

Allegedly, Drew Gulak was the standout of the recent WWE PC tryouts, with Biff Busick in a close second. No word on Chuckie T other than “he did well” but what makes me call bullshit on this news is that Johnny Gargano apparently did terrible in the conditioning portions of the tryout and Gargano seems like he’d be a cardio machine

NXT will beat the “Louder Than Life” Festival on October 3-4 in Louisville, KY, as well as recently announcing that NXT will be at the Aftershock Festival on October 24-25 in Sacramento, CA.
Putting NXT on festival shows like this is a great idea, in my opinion. They seem to be metal/hard rock shows so the crowd should hopefully be receptive to pro wrestling and performing at a festival will get more new eyes on the product than they would get from just touring.

Lucha Underground, 6/10
Recapping the Chavo vs Mexico and Chavo turning on Black Lotus almost immediately. Also talking about Drago’s “unique opportunity” against Prince Puma.
Opening shot of the show is Drago on top of the temple at dusk, in front of the LU sign, and now he’s sporting wings. He jumps off the roof (not really taking flight) and the opening credits start.
Vampiro apologizes as the show starts for letting his emotions get him involved in Pentagon/Sexy Star last week. He’s a broadcaster and that’s where he’s going to be. Still, Striker commends him for doing the right thing and they shake hands.
Dario Cueto is in the ring and announces that in 8 weeks there will be an event so big, no one will ever forget it – Ultima Lucha. Says it will be a yearly event featuring the biggest matches. And it begins tonight where they determine the competitors to fight for the LU Title. Cueto says he’s invited all the competitors who’ve competed with Prince Puma for the title – Hernandez, King Cuerno, Cage, and Fenix. But since Mil Muertes sent him to an early grave, it will just be a three way dance to determine who gets a shot at Ultima Lucha.
He invites Blue Demon Jr. back to the ring, a man who was in the first ever LU match. Cueto says he wants Blue Demon to be part of Ultima Lucha but wants to make sure he doesn’t have any ring rust. So tonight he’s organized a match with another man making his LU return – Chavo Guerrero, who has The Crew with him and seems to be their leader now. Looks like they are his “round the clock protection.”
Chavo is in his gear and Blue Demon is in a suit but Cueto says this match is happening right now and this time – anything goes!
Blue Demon trying to hold his own but soon Cortez Castro and Mr. Cisco get involved and hold him back while Chavo rips his shirt open and gives him a stiff chop. Demon tries to fight back but Chavo hammers him with a kendo stick and chokes him with it, and the Crew stomping him. Cisco and Castro hold Demon down so Chavo can hit the frog splash and gets the pin.
This is followed by a short shot of Drago re-entering the temple.
Chavo with Black Lotus and tells her sorry, business is business. She calls him a liar but he corrects her saying “I’m a Guerrero.” She says he betrayed El Dragon Azteca and he will make sure Mexico finds him. But he says after what he did to Demon, Mexico won’t have the balls to come after him again. As he leaves he says hope you enjoy your view (of Matanza).
Cueto in the bowels of the building and Drago appears behind him. Drago grips him up and says the title opportunity also includes him and Cueto agrees, except that he’s been banished. Drago demands into the match and Cueto relents but says if Drago loses, not only will he still be banished, but he must leave his mask behind.
Catrina leads the Disciples of Death to the ring for a trios match. They face Bengala, Mascarita Sagrada and Pimpinela Escarlata, who are making their returns to the temple!
Pimpy getting the better of one of the DOD skeletons for the early part of the match, doing his usual antics. He even kisses some dude in the front row before the match, then runs out of the ring later on and kisses him again.
Bengala tags in and Vampiro and Striker make cat puns. Bengala is extremely agile, hitting lots of springboard moves and back handsprings into the ropes. He tags in Sagrada who gets overwhelmed almost immediately. The other two DOD attack Pimpy and Bengala from behind in their corner and they all 3 attack Sagrada.
The tide seems to be turning and the DOD are dominating. Working well together to pull of trio maneuvers, though they don’t seem to be completely on the same page with their opponents so the match feels a little off overall. But the DOD looks good as a trio.
Catrina gives Pimpy the lick of death and they pull off a crazy trio finisher for the win.
Johnny Mundo walks into Cueto’s office. He wants to know why he’s not in #1 contender match and if anyone should have a shot at Ultima Lucha, it’s him. But Cueto says he expects him to be champ at Ultima Lucha. He says all their problems are in the past and when he saw what Mundo did to Alberto (throwing him through his window), he saw the new Johnny Mundo. Cueto wants the new Johnny unleashed on Prince Puma and next week, the whole show will be Mundo vs Puma in an iron man match for the title. Mundo says you know what, you might be the best boss I’ve ever had and they shake. (Found it funny Cueto said next week they’re going all night long, which is Ricochet’s theme song in PWG with Rich Swann which the crowd usually chants nonstop)
The main event fourway now. Cage out first. Cuerno next. Next Hernandez. Finally, making his return to the temple – Drago! Drago looks a little different, not just cause of the wings but has paint around his mouth and a darker color scheme.
Cage and Hernandez battling outside while Drago and Cuerno lots of high flying stuff in the ring. They’re all very familiar with each other, especially Cuerno and Drago.
Drago trying to work against Cuerno and Cage but they work together well. They’re teaming breaks down eventually though and they turn on each other. Hernandez back in and shows off his power with a huge shoulder block.
While Hernandez and Drago are in the ring, Killshot appears on a balcony and is just watching the proceedings. Could he be looking for revenge on Cage for what he did to Mack?
Cage showing off his high flying ability in this match including an asai moonsault from the turnbuckle to the floor on Drago and Hernandez and neither really catch him. But he’s all muscle so it looks like it barely phased him. Cuerno sets up for the Arrow from Hell but aims the gesture at Killshot.
Drago spits a mist at King Cuerno and pins him with the Dragon’s Lair pin combo for the win! A big welcome back chant breaks out and Prince Puma comes out and raises the belt in Drago’s face.
Cueto is watching from his office but Catrina sneaks up on him. She says he made a mistake no putting Mil Muertes in that match. Cueto says he never faced Puma for the title. She says that is exactly why Puma is still champion. She grabs the key necklace around his neck and starts choking him, saying Mil destroys everything in his way, so why are you in his way? Cueto struggles and says in two weeks, Mil vs Drago and the winner goes on to face Puma at Ultima Lucha. She says wise choice because even the monster he hides in the cell is no match for Mil Muertes.

Ring of Honor
6/17 TV Preview
Contract signing for Champion vs Champion main event between Jay Briscoe and Jay Lethal
Tanahashi and Naito vs ACH and Sydal
War Machine vs The Decade
Cedric Alexander vs Moose

Best in the World is Friday June 19 from Terminal 5 in NYC on PPV and iPPV
ROH Championship vs ROH TV Championship
Jay Briscoe vs Jay Lethal
One man will walk away with both belts

ROH Tag Team Title No DQ match
The Addiction (c) vs. reDRagon

ROH World Title #1 contender
Roderick Strong vs Moose vs Michael Elgin

The Kingdom (Adam Cole, Matt Taven and Michael Bennett) vs Bullet Club (AJ Styles and the Young Bucks)

Mark Briscoe vs Donovan Dijack

Dalton Castle vs Silas Young

C&C Wrestle Factory (Cedric Alexander and Caprice Coleman) vs War Machine (Raymond Rowe and Hanson)

The Decade (Adam Page and BJ Whitmer) vs ACH and Matt Sydal

New Japan Pro Wrestling
NJPW on AXS, the 2014 G1 Climax 24 kicks off on June 26 with Katsuyori Shibata vs Shinsuke Nakamura. With the G1 Climax 25 beginning soon, catching up with last year’s tournament on AXS will be a great way to get ready for this year’s action.
The G1 is an annual heavyweight tournament for New Japan where competitors (20 this year) are split into two blocks. Each block competes against each other round robin style with winners getting 2 points, losers get 0. The winner of each block face off at the conclusion of the tournament and the winner of that bout gets a IWGP Heavyweight title shot at the annual January 4 Tokyo Dome show, WrestleKingdom.
Below is the full listing for what will be on AXS each week coming up, so skip to the next section if you want to be surprised.

June 26 Episode 118 – Hokkaido Prefectural Sports Center
Full match: Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Katsuyori Shibata
Highlights: Hiroshi Tanahashi vs. Tomoaki Honma, A.J. Styles vs. Kazuchika Okada

July 3 Episode 119 – Akita Prefectural Gymnasium
Full Match: Hiroshi Tanahashi vs. Katsuyori Shibata
Highlights: Yuji Nagata vs. Shinsuke Nakamura, Tetsuya Naito vs. A.J. Styles, Kazuchika Okada vs. Karl Anderson

July 10 Episode 120 – Sendai Sunplaza Hall
Full Match: Tetsuya Naito vs. Kazuchika Okada
Highlights: Hiroshi Tanahashi vs. Bad Luck Fale, Tomoaki Honma vs. Shinsuke Nakamura

July 17 Episode 121 – Korakuen Hall
Full Match: Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Tomohiro Ishii
Highlights: Minoru Suzuki vs. A.J. Styles, Hiroyoshi Tenzan vs. Hirooki Goto

July 24 Episode 122 – Osaka Prefectural Gymnasium
Full Match: Hiroshi Tanahashi vs. Shinsuke Nakamura
Highlights: Tomoaki Honma vs.  Katsuyori Shibata, Kazuchika Okada vs. Yujiro Takahashi

July 31 Episode 123 – Yokohama Cultural Gymnasium
Full Matches: Kazuchika Okada vs. Minoru Suzuki
Highlights: Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Bad Luck Fale, A.J. Styles vs. Tougi Makabe, Hiroshi Tanahashi vs Davey Boy Smith Jr.

August 7 Episode 124 – Seibu Prince Dome Part 1 – 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT
Full third place match plus highlights from special single matches.

August 7 Episode 125 – Seibu Prince Dome Part 2 – 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT
Full tournament final.

The Young Bucks did an AMA (Ask Me Anything) on Reddit and both Nick and Matt answer questions. Nothing too serious or groundbreaking but it’s a fun read if you’re a fan of the Bucks. And it was one of the more highly attended AMAs on r/SquaredCircle that I can remember, which just shows how popular the Bucks are.

Combat Zone Wrestling
Tournament of Death 14 results
June 13, 2015
Townsend, DE

Great set of photos from Tim Jacob on Facebook. I also took some photos which I posted on my Twitter account, @JoeArchy. I didn’t want to post any directly here on this site since blood and violence isn’t everyone’s thing.

Barbed Wire Boards Match
Jake Crist def. Ron Mathis

Pits and Strips Match
Matt Tremont def. Josh Crane

Light Tube Bundles Match
Danny Havoc advances def. Rickey Shane Page

Fans Bring The Weapons Match
“Wrench” Conor Claxton def. DJ Hyde and Nick Gage

LOL (Ladders, Orange Sacks and Legos) Match
Lucky 13 def. Eric Ryan

Matt Tremont def. Danny Havoc to go to the finals

Conor Claxton def. Jake Crist to go to the finals

Scaffold Match
Dave Crist def. Devon Moore

No Rope, Barbed Wire, Barbed Wire Frames and Panes of Glass
Matt Tremont def. Conor Claxton

I took the trip down to Townsend for TOD14 with a good friend of mine for my first TOD since…geez, TOD 6 or 7? It was ridiculously hot but the turnout was huge.
The earlier round matches were definitely a lot better than the semis or finals, but I guess that’s to be expected since guys aren’t exactly going to perform better after having been through one or two deathmatches. It’s probably better on DVD since you’d get to see every spot, some of which were blocked for me being that they took place in the crowd or outside the ring. (A funny note about the ring – they forgot to bring the canvas and someone had to go pick it up and bring it to the show which is why it shows up half way through the show)
After his deathmatch series to join the Nation of Intoxication, it wasn’t too surprising to see Claxton go all the way to the finals but putting over Tremont as the champ was the right call. The finals were kinda “meh” to me. They took forever setting up these frames – half wrapped with barbed wire and half with a pane of glass in it – but the barbed wire on either frame was never touched. And you’d think the finals of a deathmatch tournament would be the craziest, bloodiest match but it was basically just another match – nothing really felt special about it. (Another note about Tremont – he made the right call using different theme music for each entrance to keep it interesting. While the OI4K guys used the same, awful, awful, awful music [did I mention it’s awful?] for each entrance which means we heard it like, 4 times in one afternoon)
But the highlight of the day, for me, was Tim Donst complimenting my “Da Bryce is Right” shirt (this was after two separate people asked me “Did you get that shirt at the Price is Right?”)
Also at TOD, they announced, an OnDemand service to stream CZW shows for $9.99 a month. Looks like it’s got full shows on there going back to 2011 (though not the complete catalogue from that time yet) as well as some WSU shows.

Alpha 1 Wrestling
Josh Alexander (who often partners with Ethan Page as Monster Mafia) is retiring after the Alpha-1 show “Seppuku” on July 12 where Monster Mafia faces the Gym Rats (Alessandro Del Bruno and Scotty O’Shea). Apparently he’s been suffering from neck issues for over a year and in order to ensure that he will be there for his family in the future, he’s making the difficult choice to walk away.

He also did a write up here, where he goes into detail about his physical condition over the past year and the circumstances surrounding his retirement. It’s really, really unfortunate news since I feel like Monster Mafia (Alexander, especially) were on the verge of breaking out in the world of indy wrestling.

Pro Wrestling Guerrilla
Tons of insane news about upcoming PWG shows. Will Ospreay and Marty Scurll are making debuts at BOLA and The American Wolves, Angelico and Jack Evans and motherfucking AKIRA TOZAWA will be at Threemendous IV. Check their Twitter

Threemendous IV - July 24
Jack Evans makes his PWG return
Angelico makes his PWG debut
The American Wolves, Eddie Edwards and Davey Richards, return to PWG
Akira Tozawa returns to PWG

Battle of Los Angeles 2015 - August 28-30
1. Will Ospreay
2. Marty Scurll
3. Timothy Thatcher

Also, PWG DDT4 from May 22 is shipping this week. There’s a preview vid on the PWG Twitter (@OfficialPWG) but I don’t want to link it or watch it because I don’t want any ruined/spoiled. There was also a note on the DDT4 item page that, due to a camera malfunction, match 1, 2, 5, and 6 use only the hard camera angle.

Beyond Wrestling
Life Sucks and Then You Die - June 28
Kimber Lee and Shynron vs Heidi Lovelace and Chris Dickinson (Grudge match)
Paul London vs AR Fox (Please don’t die match)
World’s Cutest Tag Team vs Team Tremendous (First time at Fete)
Biff Busick vs Donovan Dijack (Fight for honor)
Death by Elbow (JT Dunn and Chris Hero) vs The Best Tag Team In The World (Says open challenge match so I’m not sure who this “Best Tag Team” might be)
Da Hit Squad (Mafia and Monsta Mack) vs The Hooligans (Devin Cutter and Mason Cutter) (Reinforce the ring)
Colt Cabana vs Johnny Cockstrong (Scientific exhibition)
Just announced:
Stockade vs Nick Gage (Stockade wants Matt Tremont in what he says will be “the most violent match in Rhode Island history,” but first he’ll have to get through Gage)

“Sword of Destiny,” June 13 from Chicago, IL
-Missile Assault Ant def. Arik Cannon
-N_R_G (Hype Rockwell and Race Jaxon) def. The United Nations (Juan Francisco de Coronado and Prakash Sabar)
Challenge of the Immortals 6 Man Tag
-Battle Hive (Amasis, Ashley Remington and Worker Ant) def. The Arcane Horde (Kodama, Obariyon and UltraMantis Black)
-Kevin Condron and Lucas Calhoun def. Dasher’s Dugout (Icarus and Heidi Lovelace) (w/Mark Angelosetti)
-Silver Ant defeated Blaster McMassive.
Challenge of the Immortals Tag Team Match
-The Nightmare Warriors (Frightmare and Hallowicked) (w/Blind Rage) def. Die Bruderschaft des Kreuzes (Jakob Hammermeier and Soldier Ant)
-Eddie Kingston def. Jaka
Challenge of the Immortals Tag Team Match
The Wrecking Crew (Flex Rumblecrunch and Max Smashmaster) def. The Snake Pit (Ophidian and Argus)
-Dasher Hatfield defeated Tommaso Ciampa.
Challenge of the Immortals 6 Man Tag Team Match
-Crown And Court (Jervis Cottonbelly, El Hijo del Ice Cream and Ice Cream Jr) def. The United Nations (Prakash Sabar, The Proletariat Boar Of Moldova and Juan Francisco de Coronado)

Global Force Wrestling
Results, June 12
-Tate Twins def. Best Friends
-Sonjay Dutt def. Jamin Olivencia
-Thea Trinidad def. Lei’D Tapa
-Moose def. Kevin Matthews
-Chris “Adonis” Mordetzky (Chris Masters) def. “5 Starr” Dustin Starr
-Jim Cornette came out to thank the fans and they gave Dusty Rhodes a 10 bell salute. He introduced Jeff Jarrett, who also thanked the fans
-Bullet Club (Karl Anderson and Doc Gallows) def. The New Heavenly Bodies

Results, June 13
-Tate Twins def. Best Friends
-Sonjay Dutt and Chase Owens def. Jason Kincaid and Jamin Olivencia
-Thea Trinidad def. Lei’D Tapa
-Moose def. Kongo Kong
-Chris “Adonis” Mordetzky def. Devin Driscoll
-Same as before, Cornette and Jarrett thanked the fans and did a 10 bell salute for Dusty
-Bullet Club def. New Heavenly Bodies

Northeast Wrestling hosting several more “Wrestling Under the Stars” events this year.

7/18 in Niles, Ohio at Eastwood Field. Kevin Nash, Jerry Lawler, Mickie James, Matt Hardy and Matt Taven announced.

8/1 in Fishkill, NY at Duchess Stadium. Rey Mysterio, Alberto El Patron, Samoa Joe, Matt Hardy, Young Bucks, Velvet Sky and Mickie James announced.

8/2 Lowell, MA at LeLacheur Park. Rey Mysterio, Alberto El Patron, Mick Foley, Samoa Joe, Mickie James announced.

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