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April Wrasslin' |OT| Return Of The Bad Boy

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The year is 2019.


The indies are dead.


The corporate machine has swallowed up what was left of an already dried-up landscape of independent talent.


Those who were supposed to thrive in the new era were taken as well, plunging the world of wrestling as we know it - into darkness.


Out of talent, hope, and alternatives; those who remained were forced to call on the ones left behind...


We need you, "Bad Boy" Joey Janela. Now more than ever.



















Joey Janela returns to in-ring action for the first time since September 2018 at Joey Janela's Spring Break Part 1, April 5th in Jersey City. Parts 1 and 2 are both sold out but you can still catch the hottest North American wrestling events of April 2019 LIVE on Fite.TV unless you're a fucking geek


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Thanks to friend Avengers23 for compiling this guide to the weekend's festivities as of this thread's posting:

Your March 11 "We're three weeks away from WrestleMania 35 weekend" update on the shows and matches that have been announced so far. If I missed one, let me know. This remains a pain in the ass to put together.

Wednesday, April 3
7pm: Pizza Party Wrestling (Phil Sheridan Building – Ridgefield Park, NJ):
-Robbie Eagles vs. Alex Zayne
-Daniel Makabe vs. Fred Yehi
-Ophidian vs. Pizza Cat
-The Atlantic City Scoundrels (Duke & Vinny) vs. The Sass N Fury (Jeremy Leary & Skylar) vs. The Stepdads (Radley Belmont & Wade Krueger) vs. The Ugly Ducklings (Lance Lude & Rob Killjoy)
-"Tyrannosaurus Flex" Exekiel James w/Jimmy Wayward vs. Tony Deppen
-Faye Jackson vs. Brad Rush
-60 Second Iron Man match: Dick Justice vs. Johnny Cockstrong
-Street fight: Sam Jude vs. Rory Gulak vs. Kyle The Beast
-Champagne Douglas vs. Zacky Strutts vs. Matt Vertigo vs. Russell K. Best vs. Van Valley vs. Everett Cross

7pm: UPWA: Undeniable (Wayne PAL Building - Wayne, NJ):
-UPWA Heavyweight Championship match: LA Tank (c) vs. Robbie E
-UPWA Cruiserweight Championship match: Ricky Reyes (c) vs. James Anthony
-UPWA Tag Team Championship: Team Espana (Jos A & Jos B) (c) vs. American Pitbulls (Sean Cruise & Steven Idol) vs. Stars & Stripes (Buff Bagwell & The Patriot) vs. Dirty Blondes (Leo Brien & Mike Patrick)
-UPWA Women's Championship: Corinne Mink (c) vs. Mercedes Martinez vs. Nyla Rose
-Billy Gunn vs. Victor Andrews
-American Murder Society (Aaron Bradley & Steve Off) vs. Tough Guy, Inc. (Bob Evans & Tim Hughes)
-Big Deal Craig Steele vs. Mikal Mosley
-Kekoa & Sammi Pandora vs. Draven & Riley Krowe
-Chris Masters's Masterlock Open Challenge
-Kenny Bengal vs. Winner of 30-Man Battle Royal
-30 Man Battle Royal

7:30pm: Battle Club Pro Women Crush Wednesday (Brooklyn Stuy Dome – Brooklyn, NY):
-Battle Club Icons Championship match: Harlow O'Hara (c) vs. Kylie Rae
-Tasha Steelz vs. Diamante
-Maria Manic vs. Su Yung
-The Sea Stars (Ashley Vox & Delmi Exo) vs. Solo Darling & ?
-Thunder Rosa vs. Aerial Monroe vs. Davienne
-Allie Kat & Veda Scott vs. Shazza McKenzie & Indie Hartwell
-Vanity vs. Savannah Evans
-Gauntlet match: Leyla Hirsch vs. Sahara 7 vs. Steph De Lander vs. Christina Marie vs. Dani J vs. Rachel Bostic vs. Ruby Raze vs. Vipress

8pm: WrestlePro: Does Funny = Money? (Rahway Recreation Center – Rahway, NJ) (streaming live on Fite.tv; in Fite's Fite Fest package):
-Santino Marella & Colt Cabana vs. Heavenly Bodies (Desirable Dustin & Gigolo Justin)
-Matt Macintosh vs. Johnny Clash vs. Jake Manning vs. Anthony Bowens
-Team Tremendous (Dan Barry & Bill Carr) vs. Demon x Bunny (Allie & Rosemary)
-Street fight: Dan Maff vs. Swoggle
-Kikutaro vs. Bobby Wayward
-Bird Box match: Shawn Donovan vs. Buster Jackson
-Gauntlet match: Kevin Matthews & Fallah Bah vs. Blue World Order vs. Team Espana (Jos A & Jos B) vs. Shook Crew vs. Breakfast Club (CPA & Francis Kipland Stevens) vs. Massage Force (VSK & Dorian Graves)
-Santana Jackson vs. Pat Buck

10:30 pm: MurderMania Night 1 (Lucky 13 Saloon - Brooklyn, NY)
-No ring deathmatch: Casanova Valentine vs. FMW Leather
-No ring deathmatch: Joe Gacy vs. Ophidian
-No ring deathmatch: The Gym Nasty Boys (Timmy Lou Retton & White Mike) vs. The Ugly Ducklings (Lance Lude & Rob Killjoy)

Thursday, April 4
12pm: Powerbomb.TV Family Reunion (White Eagle Hall – Jersey City, NJ) (streaming live on IndependentWrestling.tv and Fite.tv; in Fite's GCW The Collective package):
-IWTV Independent Championship European Rounds match: Orange Cassidy (c) vs. Jonathan Gresham
-St. Louis Anarchy presents Last Man Standing match: Jake Parnell vs. Gary Jay
-Alpha-1 Wrestling presents: Kobe Durst, Justin Sane & Kody Lane vs. BMD & The Space Pirates (Shane Sabre & Space Monkey)
-Freelance Wrestling presents: Kylie Rae & Isais Velazquez vs. "All Ego" Robert Anthony & Shotzi Blackheart
-Southern Underground Pro presents: Brett Ison & Sadkampf (Kevin Ku & Dom Garrini) vs. O'Shay Edwards, Cabana Man Dan & Mr. Brickster
-PWA Black Label presents: Jack Bonza, Mick Moretti & Unsocial Jordan vs. Robbie Eagles, Caveman Ugg & Bel Pierce
-ACTION Wrestling Championship match: AC Mack (c) vs. Fred Yehi
-Women’s Wrestling Revolution presents: Kris Stadtlander & Kimber Lee vs. Shazza McKenzie & Jessica Troy

12pm: EVOLVE 125 (La Boom – Queens, NY) (streaming live on ClubWWN):
-Evolve Championship match: Austin Theory (c) vs. Kyle O'Reilly
-Evolve Tag Team Championship match: The Unwanted (Eddie Kingston & Joe Gacy) vs. Konosuke Takeshita & MAO
-Montez Ford vs. Shane Strickland
-Angelo Dawkins vs. Colby Corino
-Kazusada Higuchi vs. Curt Stallion
-Harlem Bravado vs. Adrian Jaoude
-Darby Allin vs. Anthony Henry
-AR Fox & Leon Ruff vs. John Silver & Alex Reynolds
-JD Drake, Priscilla Kelly, Brandi Lauren

3pm: Destiny & Fight Club Pro (NYC Arena – Jamaica/Queens, NY) (streaming live on Fite.tv; in Fite's Fite Fest package):
-Destiny NEXT Generation Championship match: Trey Miguel vs. Jake Atlas vs. Penelope Ford vs. Kip Sabian
-#1 Contendership Match: Sami Callihan vs. Shane Strickland vs. Ethan Page
-Kyle Fletcher, Chris Brookes & Kid Lykos vs. Amazing Red, Puma King & Robbie Eagles
-The Rascalz (Dezmond Xavier & Zachary Wentz) vs. Besties in the World (Matt Fitchett & Davey Vega) vs. Team White Wolf (A-Kid & Carlos Romo) vs. Session Juice (Session Moth Martina & Orange Cassidy)
-Mark Davis vs. Rickey Shane Page
-Chuck Mambo vs. Connor Mills

4pm: wXw: Amerika is Wunderbar (La Boom – Queens, NY) (streaming live on Fite.tv; in Fite's Fite Fest package):
-wXw Unified World Wrestling Championship match: Bobby Gunns (c) vs. Shigehiro Irie
-wXw World Tag Team Championship match: Aussie Open (Kyle Fletcher & Mark Davis) (c) vs. JD Drake & Anthony Henry
-wXw Shotgun Championship match: Marius Al-Ani (c) vs. Emil Sitoci
-Absolute Andy vs. Chris Brookes
-Yuu vs. LuFisto
-LAX (Santana & Ortiz) vs. The Crown (Jurn Simmons & Alexander James)
-Lucky Kid vs. David Starr
-Darby Allin vs. Avalanche

4pm: GCW Josh Barnett’s Bloodsport (White Eagle Hall – Jersey City, NJ) (streaming live on Fite.tv; in Fite's GCW The Collective package):
-Timothy Thatcher vs. Hideki Suzuki
-Killer Kross vs. Davey Boy Smith, Jr.
-Frank Mir vs. Dan Severn
-Josh Barnett vs. Minoru Suzuki
-JR Kratos vs. Simon Gotch
-Jonathan Gresham vs. Masashi Takeda
-Chris Dickinson vs. Andy Williams
-Phil Baroni vs. Dominic Garrini

7pm: MLW: Rise of the Renegades (Melrose Ballroom – Queens, NY) (Fusion TV Taping to air later on beIn and MLW's YouTube page):
-LA Park vs. Pentagon Jr.
-NYC Street Fight MLW Championship match: Tom Lawlor (c) vs. Jimmy Havoc
-Tables match: The Hart Foundation (Teddy Hart, Davey Boy Smith Jr. & Brian Pullman Jr.) vs. The Dynasty (MJF, Richard Holliday & Alex Hammerstone)
-Minoru Tanaka vs. Daga
-MJF vs. Brian Pillman Jr.
-Fenix vs. Air Wolf
-Rey Horus vs. Ace Austin
-Sami Callihan vs. Mance Warner
-Hijo de LA Park vs. Gringo Loco
-Ace Romero vs. Josef Samael

7pm: Mark Hitchcock Memorial WrestleCon Supershow (New York City Hilton Midtown) (streaming live on Fite.tv; in Fite's Fite Fest package):
-Will Ospreay vs. Bandido
-Dragon Lee vs. Barbaro Cavernario
-Zack Sabre Jr. vs. Shane Strickland
-Masato Tanaka vs. Eddie Kingston

7pm: NYWC: A Matter of Pride (Stage 48 – Manhattan, NY)
-Chris Kanyon Championship battle royal
-Sonny Kiss vs. Melina
-AC Mack vs. Jake Atlas
-Nyla Rose vs. Marriah Moreno
-Big Gay Street Fight: Effy vs. Billy Dixon
-The wedding ceremony of Rick Edward Dominic Catalado Jr. and Vinny Pacifico, officiated by Terri Runnels

7:30pm: Interspecies Wrestling: Boner Jam IV: Balls Out (White Eagle Hall – Jersey City, NJ) (streaming live on Fite.tv and IndependentWrestling.tv; in Fite's GCW The Collective package):
-King of Crazy Championship Fans Bring the LEGO Match: Addy Starr vs. Matt Tremont vs. Jeff Cannonball vs. Nick Gage
-Sexxxy Eddy vs. Swoggle
-Team Tremendous (Dan Barry & Bill Carr) vs. Gym Nasty Boys (Timmy Lou Retton & White Mike)
-Chris Dickinson vs. Chris Brookes
-Tony Deppen vs. Jigsaw vs. Werewolf of Wall Street vs. Pinkie Sanchez
-Kickin' & Stompin' (Ivan Sullivan & Stephen Sullivan) vs. The Butcher & The Blade (Andy Williams & Braxton Sutter)
-Jae Rukin vs. Daniel Makabe
-Fluffy the Killer Bunny vs. Leon St. Giovanni
-Bastion Snow International Food Fight Invitational

8pm: DDT: Coming to America (La Boom – Queens, NY) (streaming live on Fite.tv; in Fite's Fite Fest package):
-KO-D Openweight Championship match: Daisuke Sasaki (c) vs. Konosuke Takeshita
-Weapon Rumble In U.S.A.: MAO vs. Sanshiro Takagi
-Miyu Yamashita vs. Maki Itoh
-Danshoku Dieno & Antonio Honda vs. Joey Ryan & Royce Isaacs
-Iron Man Heavymetalweight Title – Battle Royal: Saki Akai (c) vs. Makoto Oishi vs. Kazuki Hirata vs. Yoshihiko vs. Kikutaro vs. Colt Cabana vs. X
-Soma Takao & Tetsuya Endo Vs Yukio Sakaguchi & Masahiro Takanashi
-HARASHIMA & Kazusada Higuchi Vs Akito & Ethan Page Vs Shigehiro Irie & Jason Kincaid

10:30pm: MurderMania Night 2 (Our Wicked Lady - Brooklyn, NY)
-No ring deathmatch: Casanova Valentine vs. Effy
-No ring deathmatch: Air Wolf vs. Arik Cannon vs. Pinkie Sanchez vs. Atomic Thunder Frog

11pm: Impact Wrestling United We Stand (Rahway Recreation Center – Rahway, NJ) (streaming live on Fite.tv; in Fite's Fite Fest package):
-Impact Tag Team Championship match: LAX (c) vs. Promociones Dorado (Low Ki & Ricky Martinez)
-X Division Championship match: Rich Swann (c) vs. Yamato
-Knockouts Championship match: Taya Valkyrie (c) vs. Jordynne Grace vs. Rosemary vs. Katie Forbes
-Lucha Bros. (Pentagon Jr. & Fenix) vs. Rob Van Dam & Sabu
-Monster's Ball match: Sami Callihan vs. Jimmy Havoc
-Brian Cage, Moose, Eddie Edwards & TBA vs. Drago, Daga, Aerostar & King Cuerno
-Joey Ryan vs. Tessa Blanchard
-X Division Championship match: Rich Swann (c) vs. TBA
-Ultimate X match: Jake Crist vs. Kotto Brazil vs. Jack Evans vs. Dante Fox vs. Pat Buck vs. Johnny Impact

11pm: Absolute Intense Wrestling: Slumber Party Massacre (White Eagle Hall – Jersey City, NJ) (streaming live on Fite.tv; in Fite's GCW The Collective package):
-Eddie Kingston vs. Shinjiro Otani
-Nick Gage vs. Mance Warner
-Swoggle vs. Scott Steiner
-Ethan Page & MJF vs. Colt Cabana & Grado
-Mexican Deathmatch: La Familia de Tijuana (Damian 666 & Halloween) vs. The Young Studs (Eric Ryan and Bobby Beverly)
-Matthew Justice vs. Tom Lawlor vs. Tim Donst vs. Pretty Boy Smooth
-AIW Tag Team Championship match: To Infinity & Beyond (Colin Delaney & Cheech) (c) vs. Derek Director & Eddy Only vs. T-Money & Russ Meyers vs. Marino Tenaglia & Philly Collins

11:59pm: Kaiju Big Battel: The 25th Silver Jubilee (La Boom – Queens, NY) (streaming live on Fite.tv; in Fite's Fite Fest package)
-Kaiju Grand Championship match: Erebus vs. Powa Ranjuru
-Southern Division Championship match: American Beetle (c) vs. Hell Monkey
-Double Danger Tandem Championship match: SWO vs. Los Plantinos
-Burger Bear vs. Tucor

Friday April 5
11am: Wrestlecon: USA vs. The World (New York City Hilton Midtown) (streaming live on Fite.tv; in Fite's Fite Fest package):
-Brian Pillman Jr. vs. Emil Sitoci
-Ethan Page vs. MJF
-Brian Cage vs. Masato Tanaka
-Sammy Guevara vs. Puma King
-The Rascalz (Dezmond Xavier, Zachary Wentz & Trey Miguel) vs. Australian Suicide, Robbie Eagles & Adam Brooks
-David Starr vs. Daga
-Rich Swann vs. Jiro "Ikeman" Kuroshiro
-LAX (Santana & Ortiz) vs. Teddy Hart & Harry Smith
-Darby Allin vs. Black Taurus

11am: SHIMMER 113 (La Boom – Queens, NY) (streaming live on Fite.tv; in Fite's Fite Fest package):
-Nicole Savoy, Mercedes Martinez, Cheerleader Melissa, Dust, Shotzi Blackheart, Tessa Blanchard, LuFisto, Britt Baker, Shazza McKenzie, Zoe Lucas, Su Yung, Kris Wolf, Samantha Heights, Leva Bates, Brittany Blake, Ashley Vox, Delmi Exo, Kris Stadtlander, Hyan

12pm: CHIKARA: Once Upon a Beginning (White Eagle Hall – Jersey City, NJ) (streaming live on Fite.tv and IndependentWrestling.tv; in Fite's GCW The Collective package):
-Grand Championship ladder match: Dasher Hatfield (c) vs. Mr. Touchdown
-The Colony (Green Ant, Thief Ant & Fire Ant) vs. FIST (Tony Deppen, Travis Huckabee & Icarus)
-Thunderfrog, Jigsaw, Razerhawk & Chuckie T vs. Hermit Crab, Cam Zagami, Hallowicked & Arik Cannon
-CCK vs. Crummels & Defarge
-A-Kid vs. Air Wolf
-Carlos Romo vs. Still Life with Apricots & Pears
-Kimber Lee vs. The Whisper
-Boomer Hatfield vs. Missile Assault Man

12pm: IPW UK Comes to New York City! (NYC Arena – Jamaica/Queens, NY):
-James Storm vs. Jimmy Havoc
-Kip Sabian vs.. Vaughn Vertigo
-Rob Sharpe vs. Joe Gacy
-Rob Lynch vs. Juicy Gambino
-Bobbi Tyler vs. Sonya Strong
-Danny Duggan vs. OJMO vs. Cieran Donnelly vs. Connor Mills

3pm: WWN Supershow: Mercury Rising (La Boom – Queens, NY) (streaming live on Fite.tv; in Fite's Fite Fest package):
-Austin Theory & Brandi Lauren vs. Darby Allin & Priscilla Kelly
-Evolve vs. DDT: The Skulk (AR Fox, Leon Ruff & Adrian Alanis) vs. Daisuke Sasaki, Tetsuya Endo & Soma Takao
-Evolve vs. wXw: The Unwanted (Eddie Kingston, Joe Gacy & Shane Strickland) vs. Lucky Kid, Marius Al-ani & Bobby Gunns
-WWN Championship match: JD Drake (c) vs. Kazusada Higuchi
-Shine Championship match: Allysin Kay (c) vs. Miyu Yamashita
-Full Impact Pro World Heavyweight Championship match: Anthony Henry (c) vs. Absolute Andy
-Elimination match for WWN contract: Harlem Bravado vs. John Silver vs. Colby Corino vs. Anthony Greene vs. Barrett Brown vs. ?

3pm: Revolution Pro Wrestling (New York City Hilton Midtown) (streaming live on Fite.tv; in Fite's Fite Fest package):
-Will Ospreay & Hiroshi Tanahashi vs. Suzuki-gun (Zack Sabre Jr. & Minoru Suzuki)
-Roppongi 3K (Sho & Yoh) vs. Aussie Open (Kyle Fletcher & Mark Davis)
-Tomohiro Ishii vs. David Starr
-Rocky Romero vs. Ryusuke Taguchi
-CCK (Jonathan Gresham & Chris Brookes) vs. Alex Coughlin & Karl Fredericks

3:30pm: Black Label Pro: Adventures in Wrestling (White Eagle Hall – Jersey City, NJ) (streaming live on Fite.tv and IndependentWrestling.tv; in Fite's GCW The Collective package):
-Wrestling with Wregret presents: "The Influencer" Brian Zane's Million Dollar Battle Royal
-BLP Championship match: Ethan Page (c) vs. Kobe Durst
-Jonathan Gresham vs. Shigehiro Irie
-Nick Gage vs. Swoggle
-Sadkampf (Kevin Ku & Dominic Garrini) vs. Tank & Manny Fernandez
Team USA (Jordynne Grace, Kylie Rae, Shotzi Blackheart Nicole Savoy & Samanatha Heights) vs. Team International (Shazza McKenzie, Charli Evans, Jessica Troy, Zoe Lucas & Indi Hartwell)
-BLP Tag Team Championship match: Space Pirates (c) vs. Team Whitewolf (A-Kid & Carlos Romo) vs. Tre Lamar & Jake Lander vs. Sammy Guevara & Robbie Eagles
-ICW/ICWA Texarkana Television Title Open Challenge: Bryan Alvarez (c) vs. Orange Cassidy
-Jake Parnell, Chris Dickinson & Rory Gulak vs. Gary Jay, AJ Gray & Curt Stallion

4pm: Stardom: American Dream 2019 (Melrose Ballroom – Queens, NY) (streaming live on Fite.tv; in Fite's Fite Fest package)
-Britt Baker, Brittany Blake, Zoey Skye, Session Moth Martina, Jamie Hayter, Bobbi Tyler, Bea Priestly, Sonya Strong, Violette, Kagetsu

6:15pm: NXT TakeOver (Barclays Center – Brooklyn, NY) (streaming live on WWE Network):
-NXT Championship match: 2 out of 3 falls: Johnny Gargano vs. Adam Cole
-NXT UK Championship match: Pete Dunne (c) vs. WALTER
-NXT Tag Team Championship match: War Raiders vs. Aleister Black & Ricochet
-NXT North American Championship match: Velveteen Dream (c) vs. Matt Riddle
-NXT Women's Championship match: Shayna Baszler (c) vs. Io Shirai vs. Bianca Belair vs. Kairi Sane

7pm: MLW Battle Riot II (Melrose Ballroom – Queens, NY) (Fusion TV Taping to air later on beIn and MLW's YouTube page):
-LA Park vs .Jimmy Havoc
-Low Ki vs. Daga
-MLW World Middleweight Championship match: Teddy Hart (c) vs. Ace Austin
-Brian Pillman Jr. vs. Rich Swann
-Battle Riot II: Pentagon Jr., Fenix, Davey Boy Smith Jr., Minoru Tanaka, LA Park, MJF, Ace Romero, Teddy Hart, Low Ki, Alex Hammerstone, Ace Austin, Ken Kerbis, Brian Pillman Jr., Mance Warner, Barrington Hughes, Jimmy Yuta, Rey Horus, Kotto Brazil, Daga, Air Wolf, Lance Anoa’i, Hijo de L.A Park, Robert Dreissker, Myron Reed, Richard Holliday, Rich Swann, Jordan Oliver, Leo Brien, Michael Patrick, Dan Severn

8pm: GCW presents Joey Janela’s Spring Break Part 1 (White Eagle Hall – Jersey City, NJ) (streaming live on Fite.tv; in Fite's GCW The Collective package):
-Nick Gage vs. Shinjiro Otani
-Deathmatch: Jimmy Lloyd vs. Masashi Takeda
-Orange Cassidy vs. TAKA Michinoku
-Ethan Page vs. TBA

8:05pm: Joey Ryan’s Penis Party (New York City Hilton Midtown) (streaming live on Fite.tv; in Fite's Fite Fest package):
-Lucha Bros. (Pentagon Jr. & Fenix) vs. John Morrison & Taya Valkyrie
-Black Taurus vs. Shark Boy vs. Puma King vs. Mr. Iguana vs. Green Ant
-Deathmatch: Dan Barry vs. Bill Carr
-David Arquette vs. Timothy Thatcher
-Matt Striker, Trent Barreta & Chuck Taylor vs. Colt Cabana, "Falnation" Mike Babchik & Tommy Dreamer
-Demon x Bunny (Allie & Rosemary) vs. Twisted Sisterz (Holidead & Thunder Rosa)
-Joey Ryan & Val Venis & SeXxXy Eddy vs. Session Moth Martina & Scarlett Bordeaux & Priscilla Kelly

11:59pm: Blackcraft Wrestling: No Apologies (White Eagle Hall – Jersey City, NJ) (streaming live on Fite.tv; in Fite's GCW The Collective package):
-Blackcraft Heavyweight Championship match: Johnny Blackcraft (c) vs. David Starr
-Blackcraft Women's Championship match: Saraya Knight (c) vs. Maria Manic
-Devil's Den match: Jimmy Havoc vs. G-Raver
-Chris Dickinson vs. Masato Tanaka
-Pentagon Jr. vs. Simon Grimm
-666 Man Scramble: Matt Cross vs. Luchasaurus vs. Teddy Hart vs. Cortez Castro vs. Rey Fenix vs. Mecha Wolf
-The Essence (Harlow O'Hara & Vipress) vs. #DATSQUAD (Machiko San & Laynie Luck)
-Matthew Justice vs. Gangrel
-oVe (Jake & Dave Crist) vs. Andy Williams & Pepper Parks vs. The Crown (Jurn Simmons & Alexander James) vs. Bestia 666 & Damien 666 vs. Duke Davis & Ganon Jones Jr.
-The Preacher's Baphomet Battle Royale: Victor Benjamin, Lady Frost, Zicky Dice, Dick Justice, Gory, Kit Osborne, Mance Warner, Dale Patricks, KTB, Derek Direction, Dave Dutra, Benjamin Carter, Royce Isaacs, Sledge, Shlak, Stockade, Conan Lycan, Conor Claxton, Lord Crewe, Rory Gulak, Cory Futuristic, Pinkie Sanchez, Atticus Cogar, Anthony Greene, Casanova Valentine, Arik Cannon, Matt Light, Bobby Beverly

Saturday, April 6
11am: Wrestling Revolver: Pancakes & Piledrivers III (New York City Hilton Midtown) (streaming live on Fite.tv; in Fite's Fite Fest package):
-Wrestling Revolver Tag Team Gauntlet Championship Match: The Rascalz (Dezmond Xavier & Zachary Wentz) vs. Lucha Brothers (Pentagon Jr. & Fenix) vs. LAX (Santana & Ortiz) vs. Aussie Open (Kyle Fletcher & Mark Davis) vs. Besties in the World (Davey Vega & Mat Fitchett) vs. Team Tremendous (Dan Barry & Bill Carr)
-Rickey Shane Page vs. Tessa Blanchard
-AR Fox vs. JT Dunn vs. Ace Austin vs. Sammy Guevara
-Rich Swann vs. Chuck Mambo
-Dan Maff vs. Fatu vs. Ace Romero vs. Larry D vs. Madman Fulton vs. Fallah Bahh
-OVE (Sami Callihan, Jake Crist & Dave Crist) vs. The Unwanted (Eddie Kingston, Shane Strickland & Joe Gacy)
-Moose vs. David Starr vs. Brian Cage
-Adam Brooks vs. Matt Cross

12pm: GCW: Orange Cassidy is doing something or whatever... (White Eagle Hall – Jersey City, NJ) (streaming live on Fite.tv and IndependentWrestling.tv; in Fite's GCW The Collective package):
-Jonathan Gresham vs. Shinjiro Otani
-One Minute Match: Chuck Taylor vs. Trent ?
-Yuletide Deathmatch: Ultramantis Black vs. Nick Gage
-It's 5 o'clock Somewhere Last Man Standing match: Nate Webb vs. Session Moth Martina
-Lumberjack Swamp Monster Match: Shotzi Blackheart vs. Saraya Knight vs. Allie Kat vs. Kris Stadtlander
-Best 7 out of 13 Falls Match: Logan Easton LaRoux vs. Chris Brookes
-Teddy Hart’s Reading Rainbow

2pm: WWN Live Experience Wrap Up (The Bell House – Brooklyn, NY) (streaming live on Fite.tv; in Fite's Fite Fest package)
-DDT vs. Kaiju Big Battel

2pm: House of Glory: Culture Clash '19 (NYC Arena – Jamaica/Queens, NY):
-HOG World Championship match: Anthony Gangone vs. Evander James
-Great Muta, Tajiri & Pentagon Jr. vs. Low Ki & LAX (Santana & Ortiz)
-Amazing Red vs. Fenix
-Private Party (Marq Quen & Isiah Kennedy) vs. Juicy Product (David Starr & JT Dunn)
-Casket match: Smiley vs. Leroy Green
-Mantequilla vs. Kikutaro

2pm: Chaotic Wrestling: Chaos For A Cause (Rahway Recreation Center – Rahway, NJ)
-Tommy Dreamer, Jordynne Grace

4pm: IWS: Unstoppable (White Eagle Hall – Jersey City, NJ) (streaming live on Fite.tv and IndependentWrestling.tv; in Fite's GCW The Collective package):
-Matt Tremont vs. Nick Gage vs. The Green Phantom
-Alcobrawl match: Sexxxy Eddy vs. Arik Cannon
-Kevin Blanchard vs. Ophidian
-IWS Hardcore Women's Championship match: Addy Starr vs. Veda Scott vs. Solo Darling
-Benjamin Tull vs. Rory Gulak
-Alexander Dean vs. J-Money
-Mercedes Brothers vs. Jordano & Fernando vs. Jepson & Runyan vs. Maredes & Mainz
-Maxim Lemire vs. Sheldon Jean vs. Sanchez vs. Black Dynamite

6:30pm: Uncanny Attractions Drags & Dropkicks (House of Yes – Brooklyn, NY) (streaming live on Fite.tv; in Fite's Fite Fest package)
-The Bushwick Bar Brawl
-Casanova vs. MV Young
-Jamie Senegal vs. Everett Cross
-Lee Moriarty vs. Pinkie Sanchez
-Ganon Jones Jr. & Duke Davis vs. Remy LaVey & Jason Gory vs. Aerial Monroe & Roni Nicole

7pm: WWE Hall of Fame (Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NY) (streaming live on WWE Network):
-D-Generation X, The Honky Tonk Man, Torrie Wilson, Harlem Heat, The Hart Foundation, Sue Aitchison

7:30pm: NJPW/ROH G1 Supercard (Madison Square Garden – Manhattan, NY) (streaming live on Fite.tv and NJPW World; in Fite's Fite Fest package):
-IWGP Heavyweight Championship match: Jay White (c) vs. Kazuchika Okada
-ROH World Championship ladder match: Jay Lethal (c) vs. Matt Taven vs. Marty Scurll
-IWGP Intercontinental Championship match: Tetsuya Naito (c) vs. Kota Ibushi
-Revolution Pro British Heavyweight Championship: Zack Sabre Jr. (c) vs. Hiroshi Tanahashi
-IWGP Tag Team Championship & ROH World Tag Team Championship match: Guerrillas of Destiny (Tama Tonga & Tanga Loa) (IWGP Tag Team Champions) vs. Villain Enterprises (PCO & Brody King) (ROH World Tag Team Champions) vs. The Briscoes (Jay & Mark Briscoe) vs. Los Ingobernables de Japon (EVIL & SANADA)
-IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship match: Taiji Ishimori (c) vs. Dragon Lee vs. Bandido
-New York Street Fight: Bully Ray vs. ?
-WOH World Championship: Mayu Iwatani (c) vs. Kelly Klein
-Rush vs. Dalton Castle
-NEVER Openweight Championship & ROH World Television Championship match: Will Ospreay (NEVER Openweight Champion) vs. Jeff Cobb (ROH World Television Champion)
-Honor Rumble: Jushin Liger, Kenny King, PJ Black, Beer City Bruiser, Brian Milonas, Cheeseburger

7:30pm: Alfredo Palenque's Lucha Libre en el Bronx (Gauchos Gym - Bronx, NY):
-Blue Demon, Jr., Tinieblas, Jr., Ciclon Ramirez Jr., Canek Jr., Pantera Blanca Jr.

8pm: CZW vs. WrestlePro (Rahway Recreation Center – Rahway, NJ) (streaming live on Fite.tv; in Fite's Fite Fest package)
-Matt Macintosh vs. Johnny Silver
-Kris Stadtlander vs. Leyla Hirsch
-Fallah Bah vs. Anthony Greene
-Anthony Bowens vs. DJ Hyde
-Team Espana (Jos A & Jos B) vs. The Rep (Dave McCall & Nate Carter)
-Dan Maff vs. Mance Warner
-Craig Steele vs. Matt Tremont

11:59pm: GCW presents Joey Janela’s Spring Break Part 2: The Greatest Clusterfuck (White Eagle Hall – Jersey City, NJ) (streaming live on Fite.tv; in Fite's GCW The Collective package)
-LA Park vs. Masato Tanaka
-Rock N Roll Express vs. LAX (Santana & Oritz)
-A-Kid vs. Jake Atlas vs. Shane Mercer vs. Australian Suicide vs. Slim J
-The Greatest Clusterfuck: Parrow, Essa Rios, Arik Cannon, Crowbar, Mantaur

Sunday, April 7
12pm: Capitol Wrestling: Ready or Not (Newark, NJ):
-Capitol Wrestling Championship match: Matt Macintosh (c) vs. Sonny Kiss vs. Eddie Kingston
-Capitol Deathmatch: Jeff Cannonball vs. Zac Amico
-Aussie Open (Mark Davis & Kyle Fletcher) vs. The Ugly Ducklings (Rob Killjoy & Lance Lude) vs. ?
-Anthony Bowens vs. Darius Carter
-Australian Suicide vs. KC Navarro
-Ken Dixon vs. Paul Jordane
-Special K (Deranged & ?) vs. Rising Sons

1:30pm: Squared Circle Project: FREE! Nyack Street Fair! (Veterans Park Arena – Nyack, NY):
-Myron Reed vs. Tyler Matrix
-Kobe Durst vs. Ari Azteca
-Shane Sabre vs. Jake Lander

5:30pm: WWE WrestleMania (Met Life Stadium) (streaming live on WWE Network):
-WWE Universal Championship match: Brock Lesnar (c) vs. Seth Rollins
-WWE Raw Women's Championship match: Ronda Rousey (c) vs. Becky Lynch vs. Charlotte Flair
-WWE Cruiserweight Championship match: Buddy Murphy (c) vs. Tony Nese
-No holds barred match: Triple H vs. Batista
-WWE United States Championship match: Samoa Joe (c) vs. Rey Mysterio Jr.
-WWE Intercontinental Championship match: Lashley (c) vs. Finn Balor
-WWE SmackDown Live Women’s Championship match: Asuka vs. ?
-WWE Women's Tag Team Championship match: The Boss 'n' Hug Connection (Sasha Banks & Bayley) vs. The Divas of Doom (Beth Phoenix & Natalya) vs. The Iiconics (Billie Kay & Peyton Royce) vs. Tamina Snuka & Nia Jax
-Kurt Angle vs. Baron Corbin
-Shane McMahon vs. The Miz
-AJ Styles vs. Randy Orton
-Roman Reigns vs. Drew Galloway
-André the Giant Memorial Battle Royal: Braun Strowman, Michael Che, Colin Jost, Andrade, Ali, Apollo Crews, Titus O’Neil, Tyler Breeze, Jinder Mahal, No Way Jose, Matt Hardy, Jeff Hardy, Kalisto, Gran Metalik, Lince Dorado, Karl Anderson, Luke Gallows, Bobby Roode, Chad Gable, Bo Dallas, Curtis Axel, Konnor, Viktor, Rhyno, Heath Slater, Otis Dozovic, Tucker Knight, Shelton Benjamin, EC3
-Women’s Battle Royal: Asuka, Naomi, Ruby Riott, Liv Morgan, Sarah logan, , Mickie James, Nikki Cross, Zelina Vega, Mandy, Sonya Deville, Lana, Dana Brooke, and Carmella

Monday, April 8
7pm: WWE Monday Night RAW (airing on USA Network):

Tuesday, April 9
7pm: WWE SmackDown Live (airing on USA Network):
 
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ffs why did no one signal boost that the Fite Fest bundle was being stopped tonight
 

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I watched the John Oliver bit. It was good, but the entire second half of it hinges on him claiming “WWE listens to its fans” which is patently untrue.
 
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I watched the John Oliver bit. It was good, but the entire second half of it hinges on him claiming “WWE listens to its fans” which is patently untrue.
I took it more as 'the fans use their voice and sometimes force the WWE's hand'.

The segment was great, I really hope the fans start some chants, though we know signs will be confiscated.
 
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I really wish there was a subscription service for Evolve or something. I really want to watch some of their older shows, but being 10 bucks a show seems expensive over time.
There is? It's called Club WWN

Unless it doesn't have the archive but it should
 
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Doesn’t that just give half off shows? Granted 5 bucks per show isn’t that bad
It's funny because it actually includes the live PPVs now but WWN is bootleg as fuck so they never updated the website graphics

But it was always meant to be a streaming service for their shows so you didn't have to buy them all
 
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It's funny because it actually includes the live PPVs now but WWN is bootleg as fuck so they never updated the website graphics

But it was always meant to be a streaming service for their shows so you didn't have to buy them all
Lmao they should really update that. Well, time to subscribe to WWN now
 
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Lmao they should really update that. Well, time to subscribe to WWN now
Live Events Now Included With Club WWN!
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All WWN Family live iPPVs will now be carried on Club WWN as part fo the $9.99 per month subscription. This starts with SHINE 52 tonight! This is all due to your support. We strive to deliver the best service possible for you. It is because of you we were able to start Club WWN. Then we listened to you and put events up on VOD as fast as possible. Now we are going LIVE! Join Club WWN at WWNLive.com and get access to the live events, the entire library of over 400 events plus all the perks, including loyalty points. Thank you for making this possible! You can watch live events on WWNLive.com, the WWN Roku Channel, AppleTV, Club WWN Facebook page & Android TV.


https://wwnlive.com/2018/07/20/live-events-now-included-club-wwn/?v=7516fd43adaa
 

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Okay, so I figured out another strategy

For anyone who missed the FITE Fest bundle

If you buy the WWN and WrestleCon bundles individually, it’s $130 (which is only $15 more than the FITE Fest package was) and you get most of the relevant shows. The only major things missing there that were in the other bundle are the Stardom show (which available separately for $10), the G1 Supercard (which will stream live on NJPW World anyways) and the Impact show. It’s missing some other minor things like WrestlePro, but those two bundles will get you EVOLVE, WWN Supershow, SHIMMER, WrestleCon Supershow, DDT, wXw, and more.

I don’t know if those bundles will suddenly disappear like the FITE FEST did, but that’s what I’m going with right now.
 
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Okay, so I figured out another strategy

For anyone who missed the FITE Fest bundle

If you buy the WWN and WrestleCon bundles individually, it’s $130 (which is only $15 more than the FITE Fest package was) and you get most of the relevant shows. The only major things missing there that were in the other bundle are the Stardom show (which available separately for $10), the G1 Supercard (which will stream live on NJPW World anyways) and the Impact show. It’s missing some other minor things like WrestlePro, but those two bundles will get you EVOLVE, WWN Supershow, SHIMMER, WrestleCon Supershow, DDT, wXw, and more.

I don’t know if those bundles will suddenly disappear like the FITE FEST did, but that’s what I’m going with right now.
STARDOM show is $9.99

ahh you edited it

Coward STARDOM announce your creep card and reveal if the rest is as disappointing as the first

Granted every other western name on that released list is better than Dust
 
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I've got like 26 Fitebucks left. Wish they'd release details on how Double or Nothing is being distributed and how much it's going to cost already, so I can decide whether to save them or use them for a couple Mania weekend shows.
 

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STARDOM show is $9.99

ahh you edited it

Coward STARDOM announce your creep card and reveal if the rest is as disappointing as the first

Granted every other western name on that released list is better than Dust
Yeah I was buying stuff as I was making that post.

Also for those wondering, ClubWWN (for $10) will stream the EVOLVE show on Thursday and the WWN Supershow, but not any of the other WWN events like DDT or wXw.
 

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All of this info will be nice and tidy in the non-WWE WM Weekend OT. Should be up in the next 48 hours or so.
 
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Takeda/Lloyd is gonna be so fucking good

i want to see happy vacationers crying as they leave

SCISSORS AND KNIVES
 
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Okay, so I figured out another strategy

For anyone who missed the FITE Fest bundle

If you buy the WWN and WrestleCon bundles individually, it’s $130 (which is only $15 more than the FITE Fest package was) and you get most of the relevant shows. The only major things missing there that were in the other bundle are the Stardom show (which available separately for $10), the G1 Supercard (which will stream live on NJPW World anyways) and the Impact show. It’s missing some other minor things like WrestlePro, but those two bundles will get you EVOLVE, WWN Supershow, SHIMMER, WrestleCon Supershow, DDT, wXw, and more.

I don’t know if those bundles will suddenly disappear like the FITE FEST did, but that’s what I’m going with right now.
And for those who want to try their luck on a long-shot, it might be worth remembering the FITE Fest bundle URL. They put it up again temporarily last night when they added some shows to the lineup, so they might do that again if they add any more shows (Possibly for the Evolve shows, if those ever get added to Fite).
https://www.fite.tv/watch/fite-fest-wrestlemania-weekend/2oi5e/
 

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And for those who want to try their luck on a long-shot, it might be worth remembering the FITE Fest bundle URL. They put it up again temporarily last night when they added some shows to the lineup, so they might do that again if they add any more shows (Possibly for the Evolve shows, if those ever get added to Fite).
https://www.fite.tv/watch/fite-fest-wrestlemania-weekend/2oi5e/
Given this tweet tonight I don't think it's going up again


But good thinking. Also, the EVOLVE shows are on FITE. They are part of the WWN bundle there and were part of the FITE Fest.
 
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there is some really powerful stuff in there

too bad it has to be interrupted every 5 seconds with BUT LOOK AT THIS DUMB ASS LOW BROW BULLSHIT LETS LAUGH AT THE FAKE WRESTLING

anyways wrestlers are dying young and vince doesn't do anything about it BUT WOW STONE COLD HIT VINCE IN THE HEAD WITH A BEDPAN HILARIOUS
 
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His joke about what Roman’s wet hair makes him look like might end up backfiring though. That was the only bit of the segment I didn’t like.
 

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there is some really powerful stuff in there

too bad it has to be interrupted every 5 seconds with BUT LOOK AT THIS DUMB ASS LOW BROW BULLSHIT LETS LAUGH AT THE FAKE WRESTLING

anyways wrestlers are dying young and vince doesn't do anything about it BUT WOW STONE COLD HIT VINCE IN THE HEAD WITH A BEDPAN HILARIOUS
I think he’s trying to say “wrestling is cool but Vince sucks”
 
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So does Vince get away with the independant contractor bullshit because any lawsuit challenging it would have to be done in Connecticut, and he owns every judge or politician in that state one way or another?
 
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But good thinking. Also, the EVOLVE shows are on FITE. They are part of the WWN bundle there and were part of the FITE Fest.
Hm, wonder if it's geoblocked or something. I'm not seeing Evolve in the description for the WWN bundle (It's only mentioned on the bundle's poster image), and it's not in my purchased shows for the Fite Fest bundle. Now that I look through Fite's archives, the latest Evolve show available for me is 114.
 
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Last Week Tonight segment didn't really cover any new ground. Saying they listen to the fans and then playing a segment they deliberately constructed to get Roman booed was silly.
 

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Hm, wonder if it's geoblocked or something. I'm not seeing Evolve in the description for the WWN bundle (It's only mentioned on the bundle's poster image), and it's not in my purchased shows for the Fite Fest bundle. Now that I look through Fite's archives, the latest Evolve show available for me is 114.
Some people on Twitter were asking FITE about WWN shows not showing up

 

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So does Vince get away with the independant contractor bullshit because any lawsuit challenging it would have to be done in Connecticut, and he owns every judge or politician in that state one way or another?
No. He gets away with it because, being the only game in town, no relevant wrestler wants to go against him. They can drown you in court if you’re small time, and if you are big time you’ll probably need Vince’s pocketbook again at some point or you’re so big that you don’t need to give a shit about what the average wrestler faces because Vince will take care of you no matter what.

The only recent case brought against it was a class-action thing with a few guys (Raven being the main one), but it was mismanaged to hell and back and had a shitty lawyer fronting it. And it took years and years to get resolved. It was eventually dismissed based on a combination of bad arguments and they said that the statute of limitations had expired.

So basically you’d need combo of a guy who is relevant enough to make his own money without Vince, is willing to go through the court headache and years of fighting, and is a recent enough star that they can beat the statute. And you’re not gonna get that.

Even a guy like Cody who hits all those boxes has made it clear he doesn’t want to be on Vince’s bad side. A guy like Cena or Batista could do it but they don’t give a fuck. And no one on the roster today really could because they aren’t going to step out against Vince when he still holds all the cards.
 
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So does Vince get away with the independant contractor bullshit because any lawsuit challenging it would have to be done in Connecticut, and he owns every judge or politician in that state one way or another?
Nobody actually wants to go to court over it. For wrestling companies, those contracts are fucking bogus and the talent don't want to spend time and money in a protracted legal battle with a giant corporation. Any time someone does have the guts to sue them for it, they get their release so it doesn't make it to court. The most recent example is Lucha Underground, who settled out of court with three people to let them go.
 

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I mean hell, if CM Punk of all people didn’t push that direction, who would?

He had every reason to, every grudge, and he has no reason to not burn bridges if what he says his mindset is is actually true.

Eventually he just signed a NDA and moved on because no one wants to get dragged through court for years for something that in the end wouldn’t retroactively help them and only serves to help the future.
 

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Even Jeff Jarrett, who had two different wrestling companies and wrestled for every major promotion in the world, eventually came back to Vince looking for a job.

Guys don’t want to burn that bridge no matter what today looks like because at the end of the day Vince has run it all for so long.
 
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I mean hell, if CM Punk of all people didn’t push that direction, who would?

He had every reason to, every grudge, and he has no reason to not burn bridges if what he says his mindset is is actually true.

Eventually he just signed a NDA and moved on because no one wants to get dragged through court for years for something that in the end wouldn’t retroactively help them and only serves to help the future.
Yeah he was smart enough to see he wouldn't win that battle. No one will.

Even in UFC they are super quick to squash any talk of union. Shit won't change until the company is dead or marginalized.
 

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Yeah he was smart enough to see he wouldn't win that battle. No one will.

Even in UFC they are super quick to squash any talk of union. Shit won't change until the company is dead or marginalized.
Literally the only hope is that in a few years time AEW is established and self-sustaining enough that guys have a better option

And even then I wouldn’t count on it because jfc this company technically hasn’t even run a show yet and you already have Cody out there going “WELL I DON’T KNOW ABOUT A UNION, GUYS”