Dak Draper Wins ROH Top Prospect Tournament 2019
On September 28, Dak Draper won the Ring of Honor Top Prospect Tournament 2019 by defeating Austin Gunn in the finals. But technical difficulties prevented many fans from viewing Draper’s victory. (h/t to Jeremy Lambert of Fightful.) Several fans tweeted that Ring of Honor’s Honor Club streaming service lagged severely during Draper’s match.
Who got the ROH contract??@theaustingunn or @MileHighMagnum ???
We don't know, cause this is all we see!! ?#ROH #DeathBeforeDishonor #DBDFallout pic.twitter.com/RySLVZkBZl
— ?????? (@WrestlingCovers) September 29, 2019
Ring of Honor, via the company’s Twitter page, acknowledged the issues and said they were fixed.
Our apologies for the streaming issues… everything should be running smoothly at this time and for #HonorClub viewing.
Thank you Honor Nation! #DBDFallout
— ROH – Ring of Honor Wrestling (@ringofhonor) September 29, 2019
WWE Announces NXT Watch Along
On WWE’s official website, the company announced that WWE Watch Along will stream live during this Wednesday’s episode of NXT. According to the website, Ricochet and Apollo Crews will lead the panel for Watch Along and many other other NXT superstars, including Kassius Ohno, Jordan Myles, Bianca Belair and Keith Lee, will appear throughout the program. Watch Along typically accompanies WWE pay-per-view events but it’s fitting that the program will coincide with this special edition of NXT. With three title matches, it’s a card worthy of a pay-per-view.
.@KingRicochet, @WWEApollo, and a number of NXT Superstars will take part in a special WWE Watch Along during #WWENXT’s live, two-hour premiere on @USA_Network!https://t.co/knH8tD1rw8
— WWE (@WWE) September 29, 2019