WWE Smackdown taping in Cincinnati (correspondents needed), TNA “live” show, WWE segment on ESPNews, Total Divas preview

Logo_SD_dn_600By Jason Powell

-The WWE Smackdown television taping for Thursday’s television show will be held tonight in Cincinnati, Ohio at U.S. Bank Arena. WWE is advertising Sheamus, Dean Ambrose, Kevin Owens, Bray Wyatt, Chris Jericho, Dolph Ziggler, and AJ Styles.

-We are looking for correspondents for tonight’s WWE Smackdown taping in Cincinnati. If you are going to Smackdown or another upcoming show and want to help by sending in reports, contact me at dotnetjason@gmail.com

-TNA Impact airs on Pop TV tonight at 8:00 p.m. CT. The show is billed as live and will actually air on same day tape delay with Matt Hardy vs. EC3 for the TNA Championship. Join me for live coverage of Impact as the show airs on Pop TV tonight. John Moore will be by on Tuesday with the TNA Impact Wrestling Hit List.

-Dot Net Members are listening to my WWE Raw audio review and my Q&A audio show from Monday. Join us on the ad-free version of the website and special section of our free iPhone and Android apps by signing up for membership today via the Dot Net Members’ Signup Page.

-The Smackdown dark main event is advertised as Roman Reigns, Dean Ambrose, and Chris Jericho vs. Sheamus, Kevin Owens, and Bray Wyatt in a six-man tag match. That match will likely change due to Jericho’s heel turn.

-Total Divas airs tonight on E! at 8:00 p.m. CT. The preview lists Nikki Bella enlisting John Cena to be her rehab coach, Rosa Mendes becoming suspicious of Bobby going to Las Vegas without her, and Natalya struggling to wrangle her family together for a family portrait.

-The “Off The Top Rope” segment on ESPNews airs tonight during the 8:00 p.m. CT hour. Host Jonathan Coachman noted on Twitter that the WWE performers who appear on the show leading into WrestleMania will all be WrestleMania legends. This week he will interview Edge.

Birthdays and Notables

-The Iron Sheik (a/k/a Hossein Khosrow Ali Vaziri) is 74 today. Here’s hoping he humbles some jabroni and breaks their f—ing back for his big day.

-Antonio Rocca (a/k/a Antonino Biasetton) died on March 15, 1977 at age 49 due to complications following an infection.

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