Morning Report: Weekend Schedule (7/4-7/8), WWE Network, Today In History & More

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TNA and ROH has the weekend off, but WWE is running live events all three nights. Here is your weekend schedule:

​* WWE Live Event: Friday (7/4) – Windsor, ON at the WFCU Centre The advertised matches are: Bray Wyatt Vs. Roman Reigns. Others that are advertised include: DOLPH ZIGGLER, THE USOS, THE RHODES BROTHERS, CESARO, R-TRUTH, DIVAS.

* WWE Live Event: Saturday (7/5) – London, ON at the Budweiser Gardens. The advertised matches are: Bray Wyatt Vs. Roman Reigns. Others that are advertised include: DOLPH ZIGGLER, THE USOS, THE RHODES BROTHERS, CESARO, R-TRUTH, DIVAS.

* WWE Live Event: Saturday (7/5) – Broomfield, CO at the 1st Bank Center. The advertised matches are: U.S Title Match: SHEAMUS VS. CESARO, THE BIG SHOW VS. ALBERTO DEL RIO.

* WWE Live Event: Sunday (7/6) – Toronto, ON at the Ricoh Coliseum. The advertised matches are: John Cena Vs. Bray Wyatt in a street fight, Randy Orton Vs. Roman Reigns, Intercontinental Championship Match: Dolph Ziggler vs. Bad News Barrett. Others that are advertised include: Cesaro, The Usos, Kofi Kingston, The Miz, Paige.

* WWE Live Event: Sunday (7/6) – Kingston, ON at the K-Rock Centre. The advertised matches are: U.S Title Match: SHEAMUS VS. CESARO, THE BIG SHOW VS. ALBERTO DEL RIO.

{ROH has the weekend off}
[TNA has the weekend off]

* WWE Raw: Monday (7/7) – Montreal, QC at the Bell Centre.

The talent is advertised is: Wade Barrett, Cesaro, Rob Van Dam, Sheamus, Big E., and the Divas roster.

The dark main event is John Cena & The Shield’s Roman Reigns & Dean Ambrose vs. Bray Wyatt, Randy Orton & Seth Rollins in a Six Man Tag Team Match.

* WWE Smackdown: Tuesday (7/8) – Ottawa, ON at the K-Rock Centre.

The talent is advertised is: Wade Barrett, Cesaro, Rob Van Dam, Sheamus, Big E., and the Divas roster.

– Here is today’s streaming content on the WWE Network:

  • 1am EST – WWE Superstars replay
  • 2am EST – WWE Main Event replay
  • 3am EST – RAW Flashback: 1/23/1995
  • 4am EST – RAW Flashback: 1/30/1995
  • 5am EST – ECW Hardcore TV: 9/6/1994
  • 6am EST – WCW Great American Bash 1988
  • 8:30am EST – RAW Backstage Pass replay
  • 9am EST – RAW Flashback: 1/30/1995
  • 10am EST – RAW Flashback: 2/6/1995
  • 11am EST – Money In the Bank 2014 replay
  • 2pm EST – Cougar Countdown replay
  • 3pm EST – Best of RAW: 4/8/1996
  • 4pm EST – Total Divas replay
  • 5pm EST – WWE Superstars replay
  • 6pm EST – WWE NXT replay
  • 7pm EST – WWE Main Event replay
  • 8pm EST – WCW Great American Bash 1996
  • 11pm EST – WWE Great American Bash 2004

– Here is your pro wrestling history lesson of the day:

Former WWF & WCW World Champion Sid turns 54 today.

WWE Hall of Famer Barry Windham turns 54 today.

1974: Ric Flair & Rip Hawk defeated Paul Jones & Bob Bruggers to win the NWA Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Title in Greensboro, North Carolina.

1982: WWF champion Bob Backlund goes to a double countout against NWA World Champion Ric Flair at the Omni, in Atlanta, Georgia.

1983: David von Erich defeated Jimmy Garvin to win the vacant Texas Heavyweight Title.

1983: The Von Erichs (David, Kerry & Kevin) defeated The Fabulous Freebirds (Terry Gordy, Michael Hayes & Buddy Roberts) to win the WCCW World 6-Man Tag Team Titles

1988: one-time WWF & AWA Tag Team Champion ‘Adorable’ Adrian Adonis died at the age of 33.

1988: Kevin von Erich was awarded the vacant WCCW Texas Heavyweight Title.

1994: longtime WWF referee Joey Marella, the adopted son of Gorilla Monsoon, passed away due to an auto accident.

2000: Val Venis defeated Rikishi to win the WWF Intercontinental Title.

2006: WWE broadcast ECW live from the Wells Fargo Center, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Here are the results:

* Test defeated Al Snow.
* The Big Show defeated Rob Van Dam in an Extreme Rules Match to win the ECW World Heavyweight Title.

2010: During a post fight press conference, Brock Lesnar announced Paul Heyman was working with him on a book project.

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