4/27 Wrestlezone Recap: Lots of WWE News This Week, Plus TNA Sacrifice, Bad Promoters on the Indie Scene & More

Mike Killam

This week in the Wrestlezone Recap we have a ton of WWE-related news, some updates on the future of TNA Wrestling and the Impact Wrestling product, a bunch of bad indie promoters and a lot more. As always, if you want to know more about any particular news topic, follow the myriad of links provided for you. 

WWE News

Wrestlezone RecapThere has been a lot of discussion in recent months about the future of WWE television shows, and where on cable they might land when their current deals run out. But as of now, it looks like USA Network might remain the home of the flagship Monday Night Raw. Whether that's because USA offered a better deal, or no other network has come forward yet, remains to be seen. 

-The current plan is to run a tag team match between The Usos and the team of Curtis Axel and Ryback for the WWE Extreme Rules pre-show. 

-In case you missed it, Wrestlezone posted the latest four weeks of WWE NXT spoilers, including the set-up to next month's two-hour NXT Takeover special on the WWE Network

-Hulk Hogan is scheduled to make his return to Japan for the first time in over ten years, on the WWE's International tour later this year. And speaking of Hogan, there's a rumor that he may end up joining the cast of the fourth Expendables film, alongside his old "Rocky III" opponent Sylvester Stallone. 

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