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NJPW and Women of Wrestling will air on Saturdays on AXS TV

NJPW and Women of Wrestling will air on Saturdays on AXS TV

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NJPW and Women of Wrestling will air on Saturdays on AXS TV

AXS TV, a US television network, has published a press release to discuss ads regarding its pro-wrestling content, currently focused on New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW) and Women of Wrestling (WOW) shows. AXS seeks to reinforce both programs, so they will be broadcast on the night of Saturdays from July 13.

In the case of New Japan, the goal is to increase the coverage over the G1 Climax 29 “in real time”, allowing AXS to broadcast on the same day the shows that take place on Saturday, with a format of two hours. Additionally, AXS confirms that they will broadcast live the first night of the G1, which will be held in Dallas.

Women of Wrestling will reissue the 8 episodes of its first season starting on July 13, one per week. Due to the good results of that initial season, the program will return with a second season on September 7th.

Without further delay we leave you with the press release of AXS TV:

AXS TV is proud to announce the following news about its hit series “WOW-Women Of Wrestling” and “New Japan Pro Wrestling”:
  • WOW & NJPW move to Saturday nights starting July 13.
  • WOW season 2 premieres Sept. 7 at 8pE/5pP.
  • 8-week recap of WOW season 1 begins July 13 at 8pE/5pP.
  • Night 1 of NJPW’s G1 CLIMAX 29 Tournament will be broadcast LIVE from Dallas on July 6 at 6pE/3pP.
  • For the first time ever, AXS TV will air same-day, real-time coverage of NJPW’s Saturday G1 CLIMAX events, kicking off July 13 at 9pE/6pP.

Los Angeles – (June 11, 2019) – Based on its tremendous success, professional wrestling is getting to star on its own night when AXS TV unleashes a hard-hitting tag-team lineup featuring the groundbreaking all-female promotion WOW – Women Of Wrestling and the critically acclaimed New Japan Pro Wrestling—airing every Saturday night in primetime, starting July 13.

WOW debuts on its new night and time on July 13 at 8pE/5pP, beginning an eight-week event re-capping the series’ entire first season—allowing fans to relive unforgettable moments such as Tessa BlanchardJungle Grrrl and Santana Garrett’s three-way Championship brawl, while giving new viewers a chance to catch up on the blockbuster drama and larger-than-life Superheroes that made WOW one of the most-watched same-day series in AXS TV’s history. It all leads up to the season two premiere on September 7 at 8pE/5pP. The upcoming 24-episode season finds the hit promotion back with a vengeance, presenting a fight card packed with even more talent, spectacular bouts, pageantry and bitter feuds, and a single elimination tournament where the WOW Tag-Team Championship will be crowned. WOW founder David McLane and Stephen Dickey will once again be on hand to provide analysis and commentary, as a slate of new and returning Superheroes vie to take WOW’s coveted championship belt from reigning champion Tessa Blanchard.

New Japan Pro Wrestling follows WOW – Women Of Wrestling at 9pE/6pP on Saturdays. To set the stage for NJPW’s move to Saturdays, AXS TV will present a special live broadcast of Night 1 of the promotion’s highly anticipated G1 CLIMAX 29 Tournament in Dallas on July 6 at 6pE/3pP. The event kicks off an unprecedented six-week stretch of same-day, near-live coverage of the G1 CLIMAX which is universally recognized as the greatest tournament in professional wrestling. The tournament is expected to include thrilling matches featuring IWGP Heavyweight Champion Kazuchika Okada; “The Golden Star” Kota IbushiLos Ingobernables de Japón trio Tetsuya NaitoEVIL, and Sanada; “The Master of The Century” Hiroshi Tanahashi and Bullet Club leaderJay White. Every Saturday night, AXS TV will deliver two hours of high-octane coverage of NJPW’s Saturday G1 CLIMAX events that will be voiced by acclaimed play-by-play broadcaster Kevin Kelly. AXS TV’s same-day coverage will continue through the tournament’s A Block Final on August 10, followed by special presentations of the B Block Final on August 17 and Tournament Final on August 24.

The two programs previously aired as part of the network’s Friday night Fights block featuring AXS TV Fights, which will continue to air LIVE on Friday nights.

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