Wrestling Night in America Reunion: PWTorch columnist Greg Parks is joined by former PWTorch columnist Pat McNeill for a full match-by-match preview of WrestleMania 36
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-ROH’s planned Madison Square Garden event in 2019 is now off, and ROH COO Joe Koff has said WWE is involved. Koff told PWInsider he won’t get into details “because I am not going to litigate this in the press, but added, “We had a deal with the Garden and they then told us they were baking out after communications from the WWE.” He said he expects his lawyers to contact parties involved and they hope to find a resolution. Read even more details at ProWrestling.net HERE.
-A trailer for “Shawn Michaels – The Showstopper,” a new WWE DVD is now available at WrestlingDVDNetwork.com. The DVD will include three discs of previously unreleased matches (including against Bret Hart, Undertaker, Kurt Angle, and Steve Austin), hours of unreleased footage, and a new interview with Michaels reflecting on his career. It is due to be released in the U.K. on Oct. 1 and the U.S. on Oct. 2.
-Jessie Godderz, former TNA Impact wrestler and in the current season of Lucha Underground, is returning to CBS’s “The Talk” this week. It will be his third appearance on “The Talk.”
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-Total Bellas on E! drew 726,000 viewers on Sunday up against WWE Network’s live broadcast of Money in the Bank. The show got off to a slow start, but the last two weeks viewership has been up. Last week’s 756,000 was the second best viewership in the show’s history, and this week’s viewership finishes second. The switch to Sunday’s may have hurt the show out of the gate. WWE has been promoting the show on Raw and Smackdown, which helps of course.
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