By Jason Powell
-Impact Wrestling features the Team Jeremy Borash vs. Team Josh Mathews match. Team Borash features Alberto El Patron Matt Morgan, Chris Adonis, and a fourth man. Team Mathews features Lashley, Bram, Eli Drake, and Abyss. Impact airs on Pop TV at 7CT/8ET. I will not be able to cover the show live tonight, but my report will be available either later this evening or on Friday morning. John Moore’s Impact Wrestling Hit List will be available on Friday.
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-We are looking for correspondents for the NXT live events listed below. If you are going to one of these events or another upcoming show and want to help by sending in a report, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
-NXT is in Atlanta, Georgia at Center Stage tonight with the following advertised talent: Shinsuke Nakamura, Hideo Itami, Bobby Roode, Andrade Almas, Asuka, Ember Moon, Tye Dillinger, Authors of Pain, The Revival, Johnny Gargano, and Tommaso Ciampa.
-NXT is in St. Augustine, Florida at Mark Lance Armory on Friday. NXT no longer lists the talent for their Florida spot shows.
-NXT is in Spartanburg, South Carolina at the Memorial Auditorium on Friday with the traveling crew.
-NXT is in Gainesville, Florida at MLK Recreation Center on Saturday with the local crew.
-NXT is in Concord, North Carolina at Cabarrus Arena on Saturday with the traveling crew from Atlanta. The only addition on the live events page is Kassius Ohno.
Birthdays and Notables
-The late Antonino Rocca (Antonino Biasetton) was born on April 13, 1927. He died due to complications following a urinary infection at age 49 on March 15, 1977.
-The late Stan Stasiak (George Emile Stipich) was born on April 13, 1937. He died of heart failure at age 60 on June 19, 1997.
-Former pro wrestler Monty Brown is 47. He worked as Marcus Cor Von in WWE.