WWE Smackdown taping in Boston (correspondents needed), WWE Main Event Live coverage, Live audio show, Brooklyn return date, Smackdown dark main event, Jumbo Tsuruta, Tim White

Posted in: DOT NET DAILY
Mar 25, 2014 - 09:00 AM

By Jason Powell

-The WWE Smackdown taping will be held tonight in Boston, Massachusetts at TD Garden. The advertised main event of Friday's television show is Big Show vs. Bray Wyatt. We are looking for correspondents for tonight's WWE Smackdown taping in Boston. If you are going and want to help, contact me right away at

-WWE Main Event will be broadcast live tonight at 7:00 p.m. CT on the WWE Network with Big E vs. Christian for the Intercontinental Title. WWE is airing the show live on Tuesdays until WrestleMania 30. Join Ryan Kester for live coverage of Main Event as the show airs tonight at 7:00 p.m. CT. The show will air in its usual Wednesday night time slot on ION Network.

-The advertised dark main event for tonight's Smackdown taping is Daniel Bryan, John Cena, and Batista vs. Bray Wyatt, Kane, and Alberto Del Rio in a six-man tag match. The ad is likely dated considering that Batista has been working as a heel and the recent dark matches have actually featured Bryan, Cena, and Sheamus facing the heel trio.

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-WWE announced a return date for Brooklyn, New York for October 6. They will once again be holding Raw at the Barclays Center. Thanks to the Live callers who passed along the info.

-The late Tomomi "Jumbo" Tsuruta was born on March 25, 1951. He died on May 13, 2000. The Japanese legend held many titles in Japan and had a run with the AWA Championship. He died following complications from a kidney transplant.

-Longtime WWE referee and behind the scenes employee Tim White is 60 today. Yes, he's alive despite his bizarre WWE website suicide angle. White was born on March 25, 1954. In addition to working as a referee, he was also the travel partner and assistant for the late Andre the Giant.

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