By Jason Powell, ProWrestling.net Editor (@prowrestlingnet)
-Tonight’s NXT television show is a two-hour edition that is headlined by Matt Riddle vs. Kassius Ohno. Join John Moore for live coverage as the show streams tonight on WWE Network at 7CT/8ET. John’s audio review will be available for members on Thursday morning.
-WWE 205 Live airs tonight at 6CT/7ET on WWE Network. We’ll have the lineup available on the main page shortly. Anish V’s review will be available on Thursday morning along with his members’ exclusive audio review.
-The NXT UK show streams today at 2CT/3ET on WWE Network. WWE is once again airing a doubleheader with the second show airing at 3CT/4ET. Haydn Gleed and Darren Gutteridge will have a members’ exclusive audio review of both shows available later today or tomorrow.
-The latest Jim Ross Report has Josh Mathews. New shows drop on Tuesday or Wednesday at Omny.fm/shows/the-ross-report.
-Steve Austin’s latest podcast features a talk with his buddy Ted Fowler in the last show before Austin takes a break from the podcast. The previous show had Glenn “Kane” Jacobs. Listen to the Austin podcast at Podcastone.com.
-Chris Jericho’s “Talk Is Jericho” podcast has a tribute to Eddie Guerrero. Jericho’s previous show had Jim Cornette discussing the state of the pro wrestling industry. Listen to the show at Omny.fm/shows/talk-is-jericho.
-Colt Cabana’s latest podcast is labeled “Goodbye 2018”. Listen to the podcast at Soundcloud.com/coltcabana.
-The latest “Something to Wrestle With Bruce Prichard” podcast focuses on Mick Foley winning the WWE Championship on January 4, 1999. Listen to the show at MLWRadio.com.
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