There is some wrestling action on tap over the Labor Day weekend and in the upcoming week. However, depending on the COVID-19 pandemic, there could be some cancellations. Here are some listings for the week beginning September 4 and ending on September 10 (all times in Central Daylight Time):
Friday, September 4
All-Pro Wrestling makes their stop in Roan Mountain, Tenn. beginning at 7 p.m. The Station at 19E is the host venue for the show, with tickets ranging between $10 and $20.
Riptide Wrestling is releasing a best-of live broadcast of past Riptide events on IWTV beginning at 7 p.m.
A special episode of All Elite Wrestling‘s AEW Dark goes live on YouTube at 6 p.m. This show is serving as the precursor to AEW All Out on Saturday night.
AAW Pro Wrestling was supposed to hold its Jim Lynam Memorial Tournament at 7:30 p.m. from Chicago’s Logan Square Auditorium. However, the promotion decided to cancel the event on August 20.
Saturday, September 5
Wrestling Theology Fellowship‘s Out of the Dust will be at Mercy Road Church in Carmel, Ind. Showtime begins at 2:30 p.m. Tickets are $12 for general admission, $15 for front row seating, and children 3 and over for $8. Family packs are available.
Ruthless Pro Wrestling kicks off their Boiling Point event, allegedly in Temperance, Mich. The first bell will be around 3 p.m. Donations, instead of ticket sales, are encouraged.
The first half of the AEW All Out red carpet event kicks off at 4 p.m., followed by a TNT special “Countdown to All Out” starting at 4:30 p.m.
Elite Pro Wrestling is holding their Labor Day Bash show starting at 5 p.m. The venue is the Odin Senior Citizens Center in Odin, Ind. Limited seating is available for $10 per ticket.
The second half of AEW’s red carpet event prior to All Out continues at 5 p.m.
Glory Pro Wrestling‘s show Wrestling at The Grandel, which was to kick off at 5 p.m. in St. Louis. Organizers made an announcement in early July canceling the show after postponing from its original April 20 date. This would be the second show cancellation in the region following the cancellation of Peace Up, A-Town Down which was on the schedule for August 1 in Affton. The event will instead take place in 2021.
The Buy-In pre-show kicks off on YouTube, B/R Live, FITE, and other pay-per-view platforms at 6 p.m. with AEW All Out starting at 7 p.m., live from Daily’s Place in Jacksonville, Fla.
Sunday, September 6
IWTV is two different wrestling shows on Sunday.
Beginning at 6 p.m., a Big Japan Pro Wrestling show from May 30, 2019, will go live.
Beginning at 8 p.m., IWTV will air Black Label Pro’s Through Being Cool show. The event took place on August 22, but this will be a first-time broadcast on IWTV.
Tuesday, September 8
IWTV is airing two different wrestling shows on Tuesday.
The Road to Blood X’mas event from 2019 held by FREEDOMS and Game Changer Wrestling’s Jimmy Lloyd’s Jersey Shore shows are airing twice that day.
The first broadcast kicks off at 8 p.m. Tokyo time (6 a.m. Central). The later broadcast begins at 7 p.m.
Additionally, the GCW event was held on August 23 and originally aired live on IWTV.
Wednesday, September 9
Limitless Wrestling’s The Road returns live for episode seven on IWTV, which begins at 6 p.m.
That is followed by Uncanny Attractions Volume 4: “Drags & Dropkicks: The Wrestlers Take Manhattan” at 9 p.m. However, it is not determined on IWTV’s schedule whether this is a new show or a previous show.
Thursday, September 10
Limitless Wrestling’s C*4 Mixtape, a compilation program, will air on IWTV at 6 p.m.
At 8 p.m., ICW No Holds Barred goes live on IWTV with ICW Pitfighter X. The event will be live from Southwind Vineyard in Millville, N.J. Audience members were set up by invitation only and were sold out as of press time. Moreover, this is the first of two nights that ICW NHB goes live on IWTV.
Shows airing on IWTV are by subscription only. A monthly subscription starts at $10 per month. However, you can save $20 by opting for the annual subscription, which is $100.
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