- Above is a new WWE NXT vignette for Dominik Dijakovic. The former ROH star and college athlete signed with WWE in early 2017. His official NXT TV debut should air on December 19 or December 26. The match against enhancement talent Aaron Mackey (indie wrestler AC Mack) was taped at last night's NXT TV tapings.
- The dark match before Wednesday's NXT TV tapings at Full Sail University saw former English rugby player Luke Menzies defeat Mansoor Al-Shehail.
- WWE Hall of Famers Hulk Hogan and Jimmy Hart represented WWE at the March of Dimes 35th Annual Sports Luncheon in New York City on Tuesday. The event, held on Giving Tuesday, raised $1.3 million for the fight against birth defects, infant mortality and premature birth. WWE had several executives in attendance as well: Co-President Michelle Wilson, Co-President George Barrios, EVP of TV Production Kevin Dunn, EVP of Global Sales & Partnerships John Brody, SVP of Sales Dave Pattillo, VP of Global Sales & Marketing Strategy John Stamatis.
Below are a few photos from the event along with comments from The Hulkster:
Whatcha gonna do when the @WWE and Hulkamania run wild with @MarchofDimes? Well, we'll help raise over $1,000,000 to help moms and babies, brother! It was a great day in New York with the maniacs. HH https://t.co/XgObsQKp9G— Hulk Hogan (@HulkHogan) November 27, 2018
Proud to have @WWE legend @HulkHogan among our esteemed guests and presenters at the March of Dimes #SportsLuncheonNY. Thanks to the generosity of the sports & media communities, today's event will raise over $1M to help us tackle the biggest health threats to moms and babies. pic.twitter.com/MwmpTcnyaf— March of Dimes (@MarchofDimes) November 27, 2018
What a #GivingTuesday! My husband @CowherCBS was one of the celebrity guests at the @MarchofDimes Sports Luncheon and @nyjets icon #JoeNamath received the Sports Legend Award! Plus, I met @HulkHogan with some of the lovely ladies from @CBSSports! Donate: https://t.co/1cwLl5aZke pic.twitter.com/o20zx8v7XM— *Queen V* (@theQueenV) November 27, 2018