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Morning Report: Sunday's Schedule, WWE Network, Today In History & More


- Here is today’s schedule on the WWE Network:

  • 12am EST – Legends House replay
  • 1am EST – Legends House replay
  • 2am EST – ECW Hardcore TV: 12/13/1994
  • 3am EST – ECW Hardcore TV: 12/20/1994
  • 4am EST – WCW Clash of The Champions 12
  • 6am EST – WCW Slamboree 1997
  • 9am EST – This Week In WWE
  • 9:30am EST – Legends of Wrestling: Top Over and Underachievers
  • 11am EST – Legends House replay
  • 12pm EST – Beyond The Ring: The Attitude Era
  • 1pm EST – WWE Countdown: Hottest Couples
  • 2pm EST – Money In the Bank 2010
  • 5pm EST – WWE Superstars replay
  • 6pm EST – WWE Main Event replay
  • 7pm EST – WWE NXT replay
  • 8pm EST – Money In the Bank 2011
  • 11pm EST – Money In the Bank 2011

- Here is you pro wrestling history lesson of the day:

2-time NWA World Champion Dan Severn turns 56 today.

Former WWE Star Tatanka turns 53 today.

Today would have also marked the birthday of 3-time NWA World Champion Wild Bill Longson. He died in 1982.

1988: NWA Clash of Champions II: Miami Mayhem was held at the James L. Knight Center, in Miami, Florida. 2,400 were in attendance to see Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard fought Sting & Dusty Rhodes to a double DQ in the main event.

1997: WWF King of the Ring was held at the Providence Civic Center, in Providence, Rhode Island. 9,312 were in attendance to see The Undertaker defeated Faarooq to retain the WWF Title. Also, Triple H wins the King of the Ring Tournament, when he defeated Mankind in the final.

1999: Ivory defeated Debra to win the WWF Women’s Title

2008: WWE began airing Vintage Classics, which was hosted by Gene Okerlund.

2008: TNA Slammiversary was held at the DeSoto Civic Center, in Southaven, Mississippi. 2,000 were in attendance to see Samoa Joe defeated Robert Roode, Booker T, Rhino, & Christian Cage in a King of the Mountain Match with Kevin Nash as special guest ringside enforcer to retain the TNA World Title.

2010: WWE NXT season 2 begins on Syfy

- Here is Sunday’s live events for both WWE & TNA:

* WWE Live Event: Sunday (6/8) – Rio Rancho, NM at the Santa Ana Star Center. The advertised matches are: The Shield Vs. Randy Orton and Rybaxel (That will be changed) Goldust vs. Cesaro, Cody Rhodes vs. Damien Sandow, Kofi Kingston Vs. Jack Swagger, mixed tag match featuring Dolph Ziggler/Summer Rae vs Fandango/Layla. Others set to appear are Bo Dallas, Zack Ryder, The WWE Divas and more.

* WWE Live Event: Sunday (6/8) – Rochester, MN at the Mayo Civic Center. The advertised matches are: No Holds Barred Match between John Cena and Bray Wyatt, Sheamus vs. The Miz in a United States Championship Match and Big E vs. Bad News Barrett in a Intercontinental Championship Match. Others that are advertised is R-Truth, The Uso’s, Los Matadores, The Bella Twins and many more!

* TNA Impact Live Event: Sunday (6/8) – Aberdeen, MD at the Ripken Stadium. The advertised matches are: Tag Title Match: Eddie Edwards & Davey Richards vs. Magnus & Bram, X Division Title Match: Sanada vs. DJ Z, Knockouts Title Match: Angelina Love vs. Gail Kim, “The Cowboy” James Storm vs. Mr. Anderson, Bobby Lashley vs. Samoa Joe and EC3 vs. Gunner.

Tags: King Of The Ring NWA NXT TNA TNA Slammiversary WWE