Impact Wrestling TV, Dot Net Weekly, NXT weekend (reports needed), WWE Raw and Smackdown poll results

By Jason Powell, Editor (@prowrestlingnet)

-The Impact Wrestling television show features Johnny Impact and Eddie Edwards vs. Killer Kross and Moose. Impact airs on Pop TV at 7CT/8ET. John Moore’s review will be available on Friday morning, and my Impact Wrestling Hit List and audio review will also be available on Friday.

-Dot Net Members will be listening to the new Dot Net Weekly audio show today with Jake Barnett and I discussing all the news of the week and looking ahead to this weekend’s ROH and NJPW events. Join us on the ad-free version of the site and access and our entire ten-year audio history by signing up for membership today via the Dot Net Members’ Signup Page.

-We are looking for reports from 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

-NXT is in Lakeland, Florida at the Lakeland Armory tonight. The company does not list talent for the Florida spot shows.

-NXT is in Orlando, Florida at the Orlando Live Events on Friday with the local crew.

-NXT is in Fort Pierce, Florida at Havert L Fenn Center on Saturday with the local crew.

-Monday’s WWE Raw received a majority vote of C as the letter grade with 26 percent of the vote. B came in second with 25 percent of the vote. I gave the show a B- grade thanks in part to a couple of good hooks for the main event match.

-Tuesday’s WWE Smackdown Live received a majority vote of B as the letter grade with 36 percent of the vote. I also gave the show a B grade.

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