So you can start planning your July 15 channel flipping, here’s what AEW and NXT announced during this week’s shows for next week.
Dynamite is back with another themed episode that was a PPV in 2019. Fight For The Fallen has two title matches in the mix. Brian Cage will look to add Jon Moxley’s World championship to his FTW belt in a showdown delayed by Renee Young’s coronavirus diagnosis. And Sonny Kiss gets a chance to show what he can do when he challenges Cody for the TNT championship.
The original Elite trio of Kenny Omega & The Young Bucks will be in trios action against Jurassic Express, but the marquee match might be FTR vs. Lucha Bros. Dax Harwood & Cash Wheeler and Rey Fenix & Pentagon Jr. were on opposite sides of an eight-man, and Tony Khan isn’t wasting any time giving us two of the best teams in the world in a straight tag bout.
Fight For The Fallen is also a fundraiser for COVID relief.
Fight for the Fallen is shaping up to be another PPV worthy card!— All Elite Wrestling (@AEWrestling) July 9, 2020
Watch Fight for the Fallen for FREE on Wednesday, July 15th, at 8e7c on @TNTDrama. #AEWDynamite pic.twitter.com/fSjNJXV6hs
WWE hasn’t broken out a WCW event name for their next episode (yet), and Triple H might have some counter-
bookingprogramming to do to match AEW’s line-up. They’ll have the follow-up from July 8’s history making main event, and look to again be going with the black-and-gold brand’s strongest division for the headliner on the 15th.
Tegan Nox won a #1 contenders match last Wednesday, and she’ll try to write the last chapter in her comeback story when she challenges Io Shirai for the NXT Women’s title next Wednesday.
.@TeganNoxWWE_ challenges @shirai_io for the #WWENXT #WomensTitle, all on her own, NEXT WEEK! #NXTGAB pic.twitter.com/0U7VDjXc2y— WWE NXT (@WWENXT) July 9, 2020
Also, Damian Priest is out for revenge against Cameron Grimes in the only other match announced.
Ready for another edition of the best wrestling night of the week?