WWE 205 Live will be returning tonight and will take place from the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. There had been some speculation regarding the future of the show after last week’s episode was cancelled at the last minute. Tozawa and Kendrick look to settle their differences in a No DQ match Gulak &… Read More WWE 205 Live Preview 10/11/19
WWE 205 Live is scheduled to air live on the WWE Network this Friday at 10pm ET from the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, according to F4Wonline.com. This will be right after SmackDown goes off the air on FOX. As we’ve noted, the future of 205 Live remains up in the air following the SmackDown move from Tuesdays to Fridays.… Read More WWE 205 Live Status Update
Triple H recently talked about the WWE Cruiserweight division possibly blending in with NXT and having the Cruiserweight Championship move under the NXT brand. That change went into effect this week, as the WWE Cruiserweight Championship has been re-branded as the NXT Cruiserweight Championship on WWE.com. Plus on last night’s NXT, they promoted a Crusierweight Championship for next week’s NXT between Cruiserweight Champion Drew… Read More WWE Makes Name Change To Cruiserweight Title?
It was reported earlier this week that the WWE 205 Live series is set to move to Friday nights on the WWE Network next week, and that WWE would still film the show after SmackDown each week. In an update, Dave Meltzer noted on Wrestling Observer Radio that this is not a permanent schedule change. 205 Live will air from Los Angeles… Read More Backstage Updates On The Future Of WWE 205 Live
WWE 205 Live is reportedly moving to Friday nights, according to PWInsider. Word going around at last night’s SmackDown from the Chase Center in San Francisco is that 205 Live will be moving to Friday nights at 10pm ET on the WWE Network. The change is set to begin as of next week, October 4. This is the same night that… Read More WWE 205 Live Reportedly Moving To Friday Nights
Tonight’s WWE 205 Live will take place from the Chase Center in San Francisco, California. A family affair – Angel Garza vs. Humberto Carrillo Calling for backup – Oney Lorcan and Danny Burch vs. Tony Nese and WWE Cruiserweight Champion Drew Gulak
WWE is scheduled to make significant changes to the announce teams, according to @Wrestlevotes. We’ve noted how WWE is looking to have more brand exclusivity, with everything from announcers to rosters to storylines, after SmackDown premieres on Fox Friday nights on October 4. The announce team changes are set to be made then. There’s no word yet on… Read More WWE Reportedly Planning Significant Announce Team Changes