WWE Main Event coverage, Big E Langston interview, Dot Net Audio, Tommy Dreamer and C.W. Anderson appearing on a VCW event, Wahoo McDaniel, ECW founder Tod Gordon, Tyson Dux

Posted in: DOT NET DAILY
Jun 19, 2013 - 09:00 AM

By Jason Powell

-The featured match of WWE Main Event is The Shield vs. The Uso Brothers and Justin Gabriel in a six-man tag match. Join Ryan Kester for live coverage of WWE Main Event as the show airs on ION Network tonight at 7:00 p.m. CT.

-Dot Net Members are scheduled to hear the Dot Net Countdown Show today with Will Pruett and Jake Barnett discussing all the news of the week. They are currently listening to my 67-minute audio review of WWE Raw, and the 90-minute audio review of WWE Payback that Chris Shore 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.

-WWE wrestler Big E Langston (a/k/a Ettore Ewen) was interviewed for The Gazette. He spoke about how his injury-shortened career with the Iowa Hawkeyes football team lead to his run with WWE. You can listen to the podcast at [Thanks to Dot Net reader Aaron M.]

-The late Edward "Wahoo" McDaniel was born on this date in 1938. He died on April 18, 2002 due to complications from diabetes and renal failure. He was waiting for a kidney transplant at the time of his death.

-ECW founder and former owner Tod Gordon is 58 today. He was born on June 19, 1955. Gordon owns the pawn shop Carver W. Reed & Co. in Philadelphia, Pa. How has he not parlayed this into a reality show considering the pawn shop reality show craze?

-Canadian pro wrestler Tyson Dux (a/k/a Tyson Moody) is 35 today. He was born on June 19, 1978. He made appearances on WWE television and actually tore his ACL while facing Mark Jindrak on an episode of Velocity in 2004. He has also worked for TNA and Ring of Honor.

-Vanguard Championship Wrestling is in Norfolk, Va. at the Masonic Temple on July 27 with Tommy Dreamer and Brandon Scott vs. Phil Brown and C.W. Anderson, The Reason vs. John Kermon vs. Dirty Money in a Triple Threat for the VCW Title, Jay Steel vs. Victor Griff in a street fight for the Liberty Championship, Kekoa and Matt Saigon vs. Shorty Smalls and Mr. Class for the VCW Tag Titles, Sean Denny vs. RH3 for the Commonwealth Title, and a battle royal. For more details on the show, visit

-There are no pro wrestling shows listed for ESPN Classic tonight.

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