Fight Size Update: Finn Balor NXT Tour, The Usos, Seth Rollins, MLW Fusion, More

Here is your Fight Size update for the morning of Oct. 16.

- Watch 'The Fiend' Bray Wyatt's entrance in WWE 2K20 in the video above.

The Miz Discusses John Morrison's Return, How They Created Their Own Opportunity In 2007

- Finn Balor will be part of the upcoming NXT tour.

Thursday (October 17): Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Portland, Oregon
Friday (October 18): The Paramount Theatre in Seattle, Washington
Saturday (October 19): PNE Agrodome in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Sunday (October 20): Prospera Place in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada

- MLW Fusion will air as a lead in to MLW Superfight Saturday.

- Championship Wrestling From Hollywood issued the following announcement.

LATV TO AIR CHAMPIONSHIP WRESTLING FROM HOLLYWOOD BACK TO BACK IN ENGLISH AND SPANISH!
Hollywood, CA (October 15, 2019) – Starting Saturday October 26th at 2PM Bilingual Television Network LATV premieres Championship Wrestling from Hollywood in a back to back, two hour block in both English and Spanish. “If you’ve been a fan of CWFH you know we’ve been on the air for 9 years but what you may not know if we’ve been producing a Spanish language version of the program for about 3 years. That version of the show has had small distribution, but today with the announcement of LATV we’ve been able to gain and additional 40% of Spanish speaking homes. Our goal with this partnership is introduce our style of wrestling programming to the 3rd and 4th generation of Hispanic Youths who may not be fluent in Spanish, but celebrate their culture and heritage. LATV also brings Los Angeles television station KVMD. This is very important to us because Southern California is our home base. We look forward to a great relationship with LATV!” said CWFH Executive Producer David Marquez.

- Seth Rollins is tweeting.

- According to Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer, The Usos and Naomi were not part of the draft as creative has nothing for them.

- NJPW announced Tokon SHOP in Suidobashi will move to a bigger location.

- Brian Cage did an interview with talkSPORT. On the subject of IMPACT moving to AXS, Cage said, "Well, a lot of people have access to that channel and to be apart of it and a channel that already has New Japan on it with a tremendous fanbase, that will help increase it tremendously. Maybe that will open the door to do stuff with New Japan, who knows? That’s a rumour. We’ve been told throughout the year we were going to make the change and jump ship. Our TV deal then was just an in-between and it had taken longer than expected but at least we got there in the end. And I know we still have a big deal with Twitch, too. So I think moving forward we’re going to have a much better time slot, a better channel and that effects everything. So I’m really excited for what’s to come."

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