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WWE Network to exclusively stream Mae Young Classic Women’s tournament
MUMBAI: The first Mae Young Classic women’s tournament will be streamed exclusively on WWE Network.
The first four episodes will be available on demand from 28 August whereas episodes five to eight will be available on demand from 4 September. The final match will stream live from Las Vegas on 12 September at 7.30 pm.
The Mae Young Classic will be called by WWE Hall-of-Fame announcer Jim Ross, who will be joined on colour commentary by four-time Women’s Champion and WWE Hall of Famer Lita. The tournament, named after WWE Hall of Famer and one of the greatest WWE Superstars in history, Mae Young, will feature 32 of the top female competitors from around the world participating in a single-elimination tournament.
WWE EVP, Talent, Live Events and Creative Paul ‘Triple H’ Levesque said, “The Mae Young Classic is a unique and exclusive offering for WWE Network subscribers and further highlights our on-going commitment to the ‘women’s evolution’ in sports and entertainment. It’s a privilege to showcase these talented women from around the world and to provide them with an opportunity to shine before a global audience on WWE Network.”
Competitors announced thus far include Toni Storm from New Zealand, Princesa Sugehit from Mexico, Lacey Evans, Sarah Logan, Tessa Blanchard, and Abbey Laith from the United States, Kavita Devi from India, Jazzy Gabert from Germany and Taynara Conti from Brazil.
WWE Network will also stream an exclusive special entitled ‘Mae Young Classic: Bracketology’, following SummerSlam, on 20 August at 8.30 pm.
Fans can watch the Mae Young Classic and all of WWE Network’s programming by signing up at WWENetwork.com.