New Match Announced for WWE’s Post-Christmas House Show at MSG
Madison Square Garden recently announced a new match currently scheduled to take place at WWE’s post-Christmas house show at the venue on December 26th. It will be a Women’s Tag Team Championship Steel Cage match, with The Kabuki Warriors defending against Becky Lynch & Charlotte Flair.
JUST ANNOUNCED: For the First Time Ever at MSG the Women’s Tag Team Titles will be defended inside a Steel Cage when @BeckyLynchWWE & @MsCharlotteWWE take on the #KabukiWarriors at the annual @WWE Live Holiday Tour on December 26th! 🎟 available at: https://t.co/fsjZ0UxBbX pic.twitter.com/A0Xlabluw4
— MSG (@TheGarden) December 4, 2019
Sareee WWE Status Update
As noted before, Triple H held a secret meeting with Japanese wrestler Sareee during WWE’s tour of Japan this past June.
Tokyo Sports reported that Sareee is currently expected to make her debut in WWE in 2020 after her upcoming stint in Stardom is completed. It was also reported that Sareee recently asked and was given blessing by Masahiro Chono to use his STF finisher in WWE.
Squared Circle Sirens reported that Sareee announced at her self-promoted event on December 3rd that she would be working for Stardom soon although the length of her time in the company is currently not known.
Lance Storm WWE Status Update
Lance Storm reportedly officially began his job as a backstage producer for WWE at this past Monday’s episode of RAW, according to PWInsider.
Storm reflected on Twitter about his return to the company following the closure of his Storm Wrestling Academy last week.
Saw a lot of familiar faces tonight. Thank you all for welcoming me back. Felt good to be back home.
— Lance Storm (@LanceStorm) December 3, 2019
NXT Taking Two Week Break Later This Month
NXT reportedly will be taking a two week break from live television starting on December 25th, according to WrestlingInc.
NXT currently does not have any live episodes scheduled at Full Sail on December 25th or January 1st. NXT is currently scheduled to resume live television at Full Sail on January 8th, which will feature the announcement of the winners of NXT’s Year-End Awards for 2019.
AEW is also currently scheduled to be taking a one week break from television on December 25th.