As announced by Vic Joseph during this week’s episode, NXT UK will begin airing on Thursdays with next week’s episode, instead of Wednesdays. The show will still begin at 3 pm ET or 8 pm BST on WWE Network. NXT UK has been airing on Wednesdays since it launched in October 2018. A new timeslot had been expected since it was announced that the main NXT show will be released on the WWE Network on Thursdays, 24 hours after it airs on the USA Network on Wednesdays.
Starting next week, WWE schedule should come like this (as of today, 205 Live has not been announced as changing day, even if some are announcing it on Fridays as it is aired after SmackDown Live) :
- Mondays: RAW
- Tuesdays: 205 Live? Main Event?
- Wednesdays: NXT
- Thursdays: NXT UK
- Fridays: SmackDown, 205 Live?
- Saturdays: Some NXT or NXT UK TakeOver PPVs
- Sundays: Some WWE PPVs
— All Elite Wrestling (@AEWrestling) September 25, 2019
After announcing on Monday Hangman Page will appear on AEW on TNT Premiere, AEW added today PAC will face “Hangman” Adam Page for the AEW Dynamite premiere on October 2 from the Capital One Arena in Washington, DC.
PAC vs. Page was originally planned for AEW Double Or Nothing back in May, but it was pulled due to creative differences between AEW and PAC. The match ended up taking place at an indie event in England and ended in a DQ. PAC returned to AEW at All Out in August, defeating Kenny Omega. He reignited his feud with Page after the show, when Page was talking to the media after his loss against Chris Jericho for the AEW World Champion.
The current line-up for the AEW Dynamite premiere next Wednesday is:
- Adam Page vs. PAC
- Jon Moxley appears live
- Cody Rhodes vs. Sammy Guevara
- The Young Bucks and Kenny Omega vs. AEW World Champion Chris Jericho and two mystery partners
- Nyla Rose vs. Riho to crown the first-ever AEW Women’s Champion
- MJF vs. Brandon Cutler
All pics courtesy of WWE and AEW