WWE off this weekend (NXT event reports needed), next ROH, GFW, and Evolve dates, Raven, The Batten Twins, Sean O’Haire, Timothy Well

By Jason Powell

-It’s a quiet weekend with the WWE crews off due to an upcoming overseas tour. The NXT crew is on the road as we noted in Thursday’s Dot Net Daily, but the Florida live events scheduled for this weekend as well as some dates for next week have been postponed due to the threat of the hurricane. WWE Raw will be in Anaheim, California on Monday, and Smackdown will be in Las Vegas on Tuesday.

-We are looking for correspondents for the NXT live events this weekend. If you are attending a show and want to help, send your report (or basic results) to dotnetjason@gmail.com

-The next Ring of Honor event will be the Death Before Dishonor pay-per-view on September 22 in Las Vegas, Nevada at Sam’s Town Live. The same venue will host the television tapings the next night.

-The next GFW Impact Wrestling date is the November 5 Bound For Glory pay-per-view, which will be held in Orlando, Florida at Universal Studios.

-The next Evolve events will be held on September 22 in Livonia, Michigan at Monaghan Knights Of Columbus Hall, and September 23 in Summit, Illinois at Summit Park District.

Birthdays and Notables

-Brad and Bart Batten are 59.

-Raven (Scott Levy) is 53.

-Former WCW Champion David Arquette is 46. I’m thinking he has another comeback left in him.

-The late Timothy Well (Timothy Alan Smith) was born on September 8, 1961. He died at age 55 on January 9, 2017 due to kidney failure.

-Sean O’Haire (Sean Haire) took his own life at age 43 on September 8, 2014.



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