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Cesaro Coming to NXT UK TakeOver: Cardiff
A special guest is going to make his presence known at NXT UK’s next TakeOver. In a post-Raw interview Monday night (h/t Fightful), Cesaro mentioned he’s going to TakeOver: Cardiff on August 31st. The full interview is here:
Cesaro is not announced for a match, but does say he may “take a hands-on approach”. At NXT UK TakeOver: BlackPool, Finn Balor made an impromptu appearance and defeated Jordan Devlin. We will have to wait until Saturday to see if Cesaro competes. Takeover: Cardiff airs at 2 pm EST on August 31st.
Backstage News on Street Profits
Montez Ford and Angelo Dawkins have assumed the roles of narrators for Monday Night Raw. Every week, the charismatic tag team can be seen backstage interacting with talent and getting fans excited for upcoming matches. However, they haven’t competed on Raw. According to Dave Meltzer (h/t WrestlingInc) the plan is to hold off on their participation in matches.
The plan is to get Street Profits over with fans before debuting them in the ring. This will make their first match feel like more of a big deal than other recent tag team call-ups. Paul Heyman reportedly made the call to bring Street Profits to the main roster in this capacity. When their first match will be is still not known.
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Spoilers for WWE’s Plans for The Fiend
Bray Wyatt could be getting a championship shot sooner rather than later. A tweet from the Golden1 Centre in Sacramento is advertising Wyatt in a Hell in a Cell match for the Universal Championship on October 6th. The Golden1 Centre is the site of the Hell in a Cell pay-per-view. The tweet is below:
— Golden 1 Center (@Golden1Center) August 27, 2019
Wyatt was last seen on WWE television taking out Jerry “The King” Lawler. No on-screen action has taken place to indicate Wyatt is going for the gold as of yet.