TNA Impact Wrestling from Peoria (correspondents needed), NXT TV tapings (correspondents needed), Dot Net Weekly audio show, Shore podcast guest appearance, DDP in Scotland, Tiger Mask movie trailer, Koko B. Ware

Posted in: DOT NET DAILY
Jun 20, 2013 - 09:00 AM

By Chris Shore

-TNA Impact Wrestling is live tonight from Peoria, Illinois tonight. It's Open Fight Night and the Bound for Glory series officially kicks off. Join me for live coverage of the show as it airs on SpikeTV at 8:00 p.m. CT.

-We are still looking for correspondents for tonight's TNA and NXT tapings. If you are attending either event and can help with a report, drop us a line at

-NXT is holding its next round of TV tapings tonight at Full Sail University in Winter Park, Florida. WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair is scheduled to appear, along with current WWE stars Sheamus and Antonio Cesaro. NXT talent includes the Wyatt Family, Adrian Neville, Kassius Ohno, Paige, Emma, and more.

-Dot Net Members will be listening to the Dot Net Weekly audio show later today. Jason Powell and I will preview this weekend's ROH iPPV and review all the news of the week, especially the crazy twists and turns in WWE this Monday. Members are currently listening to Powell's 67-minute audio review of WWE Raw, and the 90-minute audio review of WWE Payback that Jason and I recorded on Sunday night. If you enjoy our All Access audio, help support Dot Net by signing up for membership to the ad-free version of the website via the Dot Net Members' Signup Page.

-I was also a guest on this week's "The Blake and Sal Show" discussing this weekend's ROH "Best in the World" iPPV. You can listen to the podcast via iTunes at

-Former WCW/WWE star Diamond Dallas Page is coming to the Classic Grand in Glasgow, Scotland on July 4th. DDP will talk about his career in WCW and WWE, and of course, his current work with DDP Yoga, Jake "The Snake" Roberts, and Scott Hall. You can get ticket information at [Thanks to Dot Net reader Robert Duffin]

-The first trailer has been released for the upcoming Japanese film Tiger Mask based on the 1960s manga of the same name. The trailer doesn't reveal much, unless you read Japanese, but it can be seen at [Thanks to Dot Net reader Travis Hopson]

--WWE Hall of Famer Koko B. Ware (a/k/a James Ware) turns 56 today. Ware had successful tag team runs in the territory days before debuting the Koko B. character in WWE in 1986. He was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2009.

-There are no classic wrestling shows scheduled for ESPN Classic tonight.

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