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-WWE announced that the Dec. 8 Melbourne, Australia event will headline with a rematch between Shinsuke Nakamura and Samoa Joe for the NXT Title in a cage. The graphic for the event says it will be filmed for WWE Network content. Also, Peyton Royce challenging Asuka for the NXT Women’s Title.
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-El Rey Network will air a marathon of Lucha Underground next weekend. The press release states: “A 24-hour Lucha Underground fan favorite marathon will air from 6:00 a.m. Saturday to 6:00 a.m. on Sunday and will feature 22 episodes of El Rey Network’s addictive, Lucha Libre wrestling series from Emmy Award-winning producer Mark Burnett, MGM, Robert Rodriguez and FactoryMade Ventures.”
-ROH SPOILER: Will Ospreay beat Bobby Fish to win the ROH TV Title Friday night in Liverpool, England. ROH just officially announced the signing of Ospreay to an exclusive contract, and this win could be buzz-generating for ROH which many believe was in need of some fresh faces and storylines. ROH publicized this title change on their social media.
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