Archive - 20/08/2014

TNA to stay on Spike at least through the end of 2014

TNA

TNA President Dixie Carter today issued a statement on the negotiations between the company and Spike TV regarding a renewal of their current television deal. “IMPACT WRESTLING will remain a vital part of Spike TV’s programming on Wednesday nights, 9/8c, through the end of the year. Negotiations remain ongoing beyond this time frame,”...

Impact Wrestling moves to Wednesdays starting tonight

Impact

Starting tonight, TNA’s flagship television show Impact Wrestling will be airing on Wednesday nights, moving from their usual Thursday spot but retaining the same time slot of 9PM EST. Tonight’s Impact is the Hardcore Justice-themed episode, with the 6 Sides of Steel returning featuring Bobby Roode, Gunner, Magnus, Austin Aries, James Storm...

The Monday Night War series on WWE Network to star this Friday

Monday Night War

The much-anticipated original series on the WWE Network titled The Monday Night War will kick off its weekly run this coming Friday, August 22, at 11PM EST after Smackdown. The first episode will be the one that WWE aired earlier last month as a preview during the free week offering of the WWE Network, with the synopsis reading, “Media mogul Ted...

Hulk Hogan takes the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Hulk Hogan

Hulk Hogan did the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge after he got called out by two other individuals, one of them Triple H. Since he was called out twice, the Hulkster had two buckets full of ice and water – one on each side – dumped on him by two of his assistants at Hogan’s Beach shop in Clearwater, Florida. Before getting the shower...

Cena vs Lesnar to headline Night of Champions 2014

John Cena

John Cena and Brock Lesnar will go at it one more time at the Night of Champions pay-per-view as Triple H announced on Main Event that the former champ is invoking his rematch clause. Cena was on the receiving end of the most one-sided WWE title match in history, barely getting any offense on Lesnar at SummerSlam and receiving 16 suplexes and 2...

RAW rating for 08/18/2014

RAW

Fans seemed like that they were not curious at all to see the fallout from SummerSlam as the post-PPV RAW did 4,194,000 viewers, down just over 100,000 from the previous week. Hour one did 4,281,000 viewers, followed by a small increase to 4,330,000 in the second hour and then a sharp drop over 350,000 viewers to end the third hour with   ...