An announcement was recently made that an NXT Pre-Show will be taking place prior to this coming Wednesday’s episode of NXT TV, which will be a two-hour show on The USA Network.
The Pre-Show will be hosted by Charly Caruso, Sam Roberts & Pat McAfee and it will air 30 minutes prior to this coming Wednesday’s episode of NXT TV. It was also announced that The Pre-Show will air on The WWE Network, The WWE website, Facebook, Twitter & YouTube starting at 7:30PM ET.
There is no word yet on if this Pre-Show will be shown on a weekly basis, but more updates and information will be provided once it is made available.
You can check out the full announcement below along with the lineup of this Wednesday’s episode of NXT TV:
– NXT Champion Adam Cole defends his NXT Title against Matt Riddle
– NXT Women’s Champion Shayna Baszler defends her NXT Women’s Title against Candice LeRae
– NXT Tag Team Champions The Undisputed ERA (Kyle O’Reilly & Bobby Fish) defends their NXT Tag Team Titles against The Street Profits (Montez Ford & Angelo Dawkins)
– Johnny Gargano takes on Shane Thorne
– The Velveteen Dream hosts “The Velveteen Dream Experience” Segment
Don’t miss the NXT Pre-Show next Wednesday on WWE Network, Facebook, Twitter and more
Before a huge night of NXT action on USA Network, tune in to WWE Network and social media for an NXT Pre-Show that will break down everything going on next Wednesday at Full Sail University.
Charly Caruso, Pat McAfee and Sam Roberts will be analyzing everything happening during NXT’s monumental two-hour live premiere on USA Network, including the three showstopping championship matches – NXT Champion Adam Cole vs. Matt Riddle, NXT Women’s Champion Shayna Baszler vs. Candice LeRae, and NXT Tag Team Champions The Undisputed ERA vs. The Street Profits.
Make sure you’re ready for one of the biggest nights in the black-and-gold-brand’s history by tuning in to the NXT Pre-Show, streaming live next Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. ET on WWE Network, WWE.com, YouTube, Facebook and Twitter. Then, tune in at 8 p.m. ET for NXT’s live, two-hour premiere on USA Network, with limited commercial interruption!
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