TNA Impact Wrestling Feast or Fired, NXT in Tampa, Dot Net Weekly audio show, Eddie Kingston, Sabu, Jeremiah Riggs, Ultimo Dragon

Posted in: DOT NET DAILY
Dec 12, 2013 - 09:00 AM

By Chris Shore

-TNA Impact Wrestling was taped at Universal Studios in Florida back in November. The Feast or Fired theme is back once again and Chris Sabin defends the X Division Championship. Join me for live coverage of the show as it airs on SpikeTV at 8:00 p.m. CT.

-WWE NXT is at the NXT Arena in Tampa, Florida tonight. The WWE events website is a little screwy, showing the card for December 19 hen you click on the 12, but maybe it is the same. If it is, Colin Cassady, CJ Parker, Bo Dallas, Mason Ryan, Enzo Amore, Sami Zayn, and others will be on the card.

-Dot Net Members will be listening to the Dot Net Weekly audio show later today. Jason Powell and I will review all the news of the week and preview this Sunday's TLC PPV. We hope everyone who listened to the latest Live on Monday night will join us on the Member's side by signing up now via the Dot Net Members' Signup Page.

-Independent star Eddie Kingston (a/k/a Edward Moore) turns 32 today. Kingston was the last CHIKARA Grand Champion and is currently in a tag team with Homicide in ROH. The duo will challenge for the ROH Tag Team Championships at Final Battle.

-Former ECW star Sabu (a/k/a Terry Michael Brunk) turns 49 today. Billed as the "Homicidal, Suicidal, Genocidal, Death–Defying Man," Sabu is known for performing some of the craziest stunts in ECW. I can't believe he's only 49.

-Former WWE developmental talent, and current Bellator fighter, Jeremiah Riggs turns 30 today. Riggs was a contestant on the last season of Tough Enough hosted by Steve Austin where he finished third. Riggs went on to workout in WWE developmental but was quickly cut because of his attitude.

-Former WCW/WWE star Ultimo Dragon (a/k/a Yoshihiro Asai) turns 47 today. Dragon was one of the center pieces during the Cruiserweight days of WCW before suffering nerve damage that was thought would end his career. He later returned to the ring and worked in WWE in 2003-2004.

-There are no pro wrestling shows scheduled for ESPN Classic.

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