Wednesday TV Previews

The following is scheduled for tonight’s 5/4 WWE NXT on the WWE Network.

* Samoa Joe’s first appearance as NXT Champion.

* Austin Aries vs. Tye Dillinger.

* Nia Jax vs. Tessa Blanchard.

* The Revival vs. The Hype Bros.

* No Way Jose vs. Noah Poties.


El Rey Network sent this preview in.

*TUNE IN*

THE TEMPLE’S FIRST EVER “NO MAS” MATCH HITS BOYLE HEIGHTS IN AN ALL NEW EPISODE OF ‘LUCHA UNDERGROUND’
WEDNESDAY, MAY 4th AT 8:00 PM ET/PT ON EL REY NETWORK

For the first time ever in “Lucha Underground” history, Sexy Star battles Mariposa for an Aztec Medallion in a spectacular “No Mas” match. While Catrina confronts Dario Cueto, the remaining highflying luchadors battle it out for the other unclaimed medallions! Tune in Wednesday, May 4th at 8:00pm ET/PT on El Rey Network to witness the action for another explosive week. Don’t miss new one-hour episodes of the lucha libre wrestling series from Emmy Award®-winning producer Mark Burnett Wednesdays at 8:00PM ET/PT.

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The following is scheduled for tonight’s 5/4 ROH TV on Comet:

* More of the Honor Rising shows from Japan.

* The Briscoes vs. Gallows & Anderson.

* A look at Colt Cabana’s return to ROH last month.

* Michael Elgin, MOOSE, Hiroshi Tanahashi and Tomoaki Honma vs. The Bullet Club.

Check back later this week for recaps of these shows on Wrestleview.com.

2 COMMENTS

  1. This is the first time those matches have aired on TV. They were on iPPV before. Taped delayed matches on TV is nothing new. Other companies (LU, WWE, TNA, included) have aired matches on tape delay many times. Remember when WWE used to run Saturday Night’s Main Event and Prime Time Wrestling? Those shows as well as Wrestling Challenge and Superstars of Wrestling were tape weeks (sometimes months in advance). RAW was the same way in its early days. That’s how Eric Bischoff was able to give away their results on live episodes of Nitro and how the late great ravishing Rick Rude was able to appear on RAW and Nitro simultaneously on 11/17/1997 (if that date sounds familiar, it’s because that was night after “The Montreal Screwjob). Speaking of WCW. WCW Saturday Night as well as Power Hour, Worldwide, and WCW Main Event were also taped way in advance of their airings. The only difference is that back then there was no internet to leak spoilers to.

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