NXT TV live coverage returns, ROH TV and LU’s Greatest Hits, Jim Ross, Steve Austin, Chris Jericho, Colt Cabana, and Bruce Prichard podcasts, Dash Wilder, Earl and Dave Hebner, Alex Wright

By Jason Powell

-NXT TV features Kassius Ohno vs. Andrade “Cien” Almas and final hype for Saturday’s NXT Takeover: Chicago event. 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 Bully Ray, Jay Briscoe, and Mark Briscoe vs. Caprice Coleman, Shane Taylor, and Rhett Titus for the ROH Six-Man Tag Titles. My full review will be available later today, and Haydn Gleed will be on Thursday morning with his members’ exclusive 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 at 7CT/8ET. Tonight’s shows are “The Battle of the Bulls” from December 21, 2016, and “The Gauntlet” from December 28, 2016. You can find full reviews of the Lucha Underground television shows in our TV Reviews section, and members have access to audio reviews of the Lucha Underground television shows.

-Jim Ross’s “Ross Report” podcast guest is Roderick Strong. It should be an interesting show if his documentary series on NXT TV is any indication.

-Steve Austin’s latest family friendly edition features Johnny Mundo (f/k/a John Morrison). The Unleashed show has Austin and his wife Kristin discussing a variety of projects.

-Chris Jericho’s “Talk Is Jericho” podcast has Smackdown Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss. The previous show had a summer movie preview with Team Tiger Awesome.

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

-Colt Cabana’s latest podcast has John Morrison as his guest. Listen to the podcast at Soundcloud.com/coltcabana.

-The latest “Something to Wrestle With Bruce Prichard” podcast focusses on the WWE version of ECW. Listen to the show at MLWRadio.com.

Birthdays and Notables

-Alex Wright is 42. Join me in doing his WCW dance in celebration of this great day.

-Referees Earl and Dave Hebner are 68.

-Dash Wilder (Daniel Wheeler) is 30. He is currently sidelined with a broken jaw.

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