The Week In Wrestling.
Last week, WWE, and other promotions put on some pretty good shows, I especially like the stuff ROH is doing with New Japan, and even New Japan itself is doing a great job of putting on exciting and entertaining cards.
I’m watching older episodes of Lucha Underground, and that is awesome, but, like I said, everyone is stepping up their game, Impact Wrestling, to try to get a step up on WWE opening up a WWEShop.com place in India, went one step further and actually put on a show in Mumbai, all to promote Slammiversary , which will be headlined by Impact World Heavyweight Champion Bobby Lashley in a title for title match with Global Force Wrestling Global Champion Alberto El Patron (Formerly Del Rio)
And don’t forget this coming Sunday 6/18, WWE will put on Money In The Bank, which will feature 4 main event quality matches as Smackdown Women’s Champion Naomi defends against Lana, the Smackdown Women’s division will compete in the first ever Women’s MITB Ladder match as it’ll be Charlotte Flair, Becky Lynch, Natalya, Carmella w/ Ellsworth and Tamina, but also the men will have an MITB match as well, as United States Champion Kevin Owens, Sami Zayn, Baron Corbin, Dolph Ziggler, AJ Styles & Shinsuke Nakamura will battle for a guaranteed title match anytime they want it. And speaking of the WWE Championship, newly crowned champion Jinder Mahal will defend against Randy Orton.
And also a few weeks away is WWE Great Balls Of Fire as Brock Lesnar will defend the Universal Title against Samoa Joe in what to many is a dream match.
Don’t forget all the great wrestling action starts tonight at 7pm eastern time on the Fite TV app with ROH wrestling then head over to the USA Network at 8pm eastern for WWE Raw. The Fite TV app is available for both iOS and Android.
And Tuesday action again starts at 8pm eastern with Smackdown Live on the USA Network immediately followed by 205 Live on the WWE Network.
NXT comes your way Wednesday night on the WWE Network as well as Lucha Underground on the El Rey Network
Impact Wrestling is on Thursday night on POP TV, and 3 back to back to back hours of New Japan Wrestling comes to you this Friday night on AXS TV.