WWE Reveals Tentative Events Schedule for Remainder of 2019
WWE reportedly recently released their tentative schedule of events for the remainder of this year, according to Pro Wrestling Sheet.
Pro Wrestling Sheet’s Ryan Satin reported that this upcoming events schedule was revealed from the legal documents submitted by WWE in their on-going court case against bootleg WWE merchandise sellers.
Some notable dates for upcoming WWE events (via F4WOnline.com):
- June 8th date for the next NXT TakeOver event and to be held in San Jose, California.
- September 9th date for RAW tapings and September 10th date for SmackDown Live tapings at Madison Square Garden in New York City, New York.
- September 23rd date for RAW tapings and September 24th date for SmackDown Live tapings at the newly opened Chase Center in San Francisco, California.
- October 4th date for the debut episode of SmackDown Live on FOX at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California.
- November 1st date for the next Saudi event in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Jay White Comments on Being Compared to Past Leaders of Bullet Club
Sports Illustrated held a recent interview with Jay White and one of the topics discussed included his thoughts on being compared to the past leaders of Bullet Club.
“Each of those guys are different to each other, just as I’m different to all of them. I don’t compare myself to them. Each of us has brought something new to the table, but none of them have had the level of success that I have had in the amount of time that it’s taken me.
People love to throw comparisons around and say that I’m trying to be like those guys, but that’s just because they’re afraid of change, scared of progression and evolution, they’re frightened of changing because all they’re used to is getting comfortable in their own boring and unfulfilling lives. They have no idea what success is even when it’s stood right in front of them with the most prestigious prize in our entire industry.”
Misc. Wrestling News & Notes
All Elite Wrestling reportedly will be holding the next All In event, All In 2, on August 31st at the Sears Center in Hoffman Estates, Illinois, according to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter.
Impact Wrestling reportedly is currently in negotiations with Latin American Xchange (LAX) for a potential new long term contract with the company, according to PWInsider. It was reported that Impact officials currently view LAX as one of the top acts in the company.
Major League Wrestling announced a new match for the card of their April 5th Battle Riot II event in Queens, New York:
– Low Ki vs. Daga