The following press release was issued to Prowrestling.net to promote Evolve 96 and Evolve 97 airing on FITE TV this weekend.
EVOLVE Wrestling returns to action with two events this weekend from Queens, NY on Dec 9th and Melrose, MA on Dec 10th that will air on FITE a-la-carte programming to fans around the world to watch online on FITE website and mobile apps, live on iPPV.
Pro wrestling fans will have the opportunity to catch up with EVOLVE’s top talent and long-time FITE fan favorites Keith Lee, Matt Riddle, Fred Yehi, Zach Sabre Jr. as well as many breakout stars in a new card format to debut at this weekend’s events which will close out EVOLVE Wrestling schedule for 2017.
Both shows promise tenacity and high-intense action which have made the EVOLVE fanbase on FITE so loyal throughout the years. Rivalries will be settled as EVOLVE’s top roster is all on the card and will pull all the tricks to stay on top. Evolve 96 features Keith Lee taking on Walter to defend his championship belt he took from reigning champion Matt Riddle back in Evolve 87. Riddle, who’s getting back into momentum, will face off Fred Jehi in a No Ropes Break match.
EVOLVE action on FITE will be rocking and rolling this weekend. A dedicated FITE chatroom will be open during live stream to let viewers interact with each other and discuss the action, ask questions and share feedback with our team.
Get set to watch EVOLVE by visiting the pages for both events:
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FITE’s instant phone-to-TV streaming technology allows you to watch on every screen with a single PPV order and get the best seat in the house for only $14.99. Replays are included in the order. Both shows are available to buy with credit on the FITE app (tap on “Buy with Credit”).
For more information: www.FITE.tv
Powell’s POV: The FITE TV app is terrific for pro wrestling fans due to its wide variety of content both free and via pay-per-view. I use the service and the Chromecast option that allows me to stream from my phone to my television and it works very well.