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NXT and ROH TV coverage, LU’s Greatest Hits, Jim Ross, Steve Austin, Chris Jericho, Colt Cabana, Bruce Prichard, and Taz podcasts, Iron Sheik


By Jason Powell

-NXT TV features Bobby Roode vs. Kassius Ohno for the NXT Championship. The show streams on WWE Network at 7:00 p.m. CT. John Moore will be by tonight or tomorrow morning with his review of the show.

-Ring of Honor TV on Comet TV is headlined by War Machine vs. Damian Martinez and BJ Whitmer in a no DQ, no count-out match. My full review will be available later today, and Haydn Gleed will be on Thursday morning with an All Access feee audio review.

-Lucha Underground will not be airing first-run material until May 31. However, El Rey Network will be airing “greatest hits” episodes on Wednesdays. They have increased the count to four shows on Wednesday nights beginning at 5CT/6ET. Tonight’s shows are “Monster Meets Monster” from April 20, 2016, “Cage in a Cage” from April 27, 2016, “No Mas” May 4, 2016, and “Graver Consequences” from May 11, 2016.

-Jim Ross’s latest “Ross Report” podcast guest is Pete Gas of Mean Street Posse fame.

-Steve Austin’s guest on the new family friendly edition is part two with Zoltan Bathory of Five Finger Death Punch. The Unleashed show has part two with Rip Rogers.

-Chris Jericho’s “Talk Is Jericho” podcast has actor Wil Wheaton. The previous show had Downtown Bruno/Harvey Wippleman.

-You can find the Ross, Jericho, and Austin podcasts at Podcastone.com.

-Colt Cabana’s latest podcast guest is Christina Von Eerie. Listen to the podcast at Soundcloud.com/coltcabana.

-The latest “Something to Wrestle With Bruce Prichard” podcast focusses on WrestleMania XV. Listen to the show at MLWRadio.com.

-The Taz Show is a daily show with a video feed option that is live from 7-9 a.m. ET. You can view or listen to the shows at Play.it.

Birthdays and Notables

-Iron Sheik (Hossein Khosrow Ali Vaziri) is 75.


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