• AEW Set To Launch Their 4th TV Show Soon
So far, AEW has two TV shows (Dynamite & Rampage) and two YouTube shows (Dark & Dark: Elevation).
Later this month, AEW All Access will begin airing on TV after Dynamite, which will be All Elite Wrestling’s first reality series, showcasing the backstage drama in the company.
According to Andrew Zarian, AEW President Tony Khan is in talks with Warner Bros. Discovery about a 3rd AEW wrestling show coming to TV.
This new show is expected to be a 1-hour show on Saturdays. Announcement is expected to be made within the next month.
So, in total, AEW will have 4 TV shows soon, and 6 shows in total if you add the YouTube shows.
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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (March 12, 2000) – ECW Living Dangerously 2000
On this day in Pro Wrestling history on March 12, 2000, Extreme Championship Wrestling aired ‘ECW Living Dangerously 2000’ LIVE on PPV from the O’Neill Center in Danbury, Connecticut.
The highlight of this pay-per-view event was without a doubt the Texas Bullrope match between Old School NWA/WWF Legend “The American Dream” Dusty Rhodes and Steve Corino.
Here are the results:
Texas Bullrope: Dusty Rhodes defeated Steve Corino
The New Dangerous Alliance defeated Danny Doring & Amish Roadkill
ECW World Heavyweight Championship: Mike Awesome (c) defeated Kid Kash
Super Nova & Chris Chetti defeated Jado & Gedo
Rhino defeated The Sandman by forfeit
Super Crazy defeated Little Guido
Balls Mahoney defeated Kintaro Kanemura
Danbury Street Fight: New Jack wrestled Vic Grimes to a no-contest
ECW World Tag Team Championship: Impact Players defeated Raven & Mike Awesome (c) and Tommy Dreamer & Masato Tanaka
Vacant ECW World Television Championship: Super Crazy defeated Rhino