WrestleMania Axxess to feature matches from NXT, 205 Live, and British independents, several matches announced

WWE announced that the WrestleMania Axxess events will feature matches involving wrestlers from NXT, 205 Live, Progress Wrestling, and Insane Championship Wrestling. Read the official announcement at WWE.com.

WWE announced the following matches for March 30: Rich Swann vs. Brian Kendrick, TJ Perkins vs. Drew Gulak, plus Hideo Iami and others will be in action.

WWE announced the following matches for March 31: Tyler Bate vs. Mark Haskins for the WWE UK Championship, Pete Dunne vs. Mark Andrews, plus Progress and ICW wrestlers Jimmy Havoc, TK Cooper, Travis Banks, Dahlia Black, Toni Storm and Jinny.

WWE announced the following matches for April 1 (8 AM Session): Akira Tozawa vs. Ariya Daivari, Progress Champion Pete Dunne vs. Wolfgang, Tyler Bate vs. Joseph Conners for the WWE UK Championship.

WWE announced the following matches for April 1 (1 PM Session): Heavy Machinery vs. The Vaudevillians, Tino Sabbatelli and Riddick Moss vs. The Ascension, plus matches involving Liv Morgan and Daria Berenato.

WWE announced the following matches for April 1 (6 PM Session): Akira Tozawa vs. Steve Cutler, ICW Heavyweight Champion Trent Seven vs. Noam Dar, and TJ Perkins & Mustafa Ali vs. Tino Sabbatelli, and Riddick Moss.

WWE announced the following matches for April 2: Trent Seven vs. Wolfgang, Tyler Bate vs. Pete Dunne for the WWE UK Championship, plus matches involving Mark Haskins, Jimmy Havoc, TK Cooper, Travis Banks, Dahlia Black, Toni Storm, and Jinny.

Powell’s POV: There continues to be a lot of talk that British independent groups Progress and ICW will end up being made available on WWE Network. While nothing is official, WWE clearly has good relationships with the promotions. We will be looking for correspondents for the WrestleMania Axxess matches. If you plan to attend and want to help, email me at dotnetjason@gmail.com


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