WWE Network News and Tidbits: NXT Level Up Preview with Fallon Henley, New Series Premiere and More

Sometimes there’s news from the WWE Network that doesn’t warrant a post on its own, or there just isn’t time to access it due to more pressing matters at the time. It could be the release date of a show, an item removed from the service, or something else minor. WWE Network News and Tidbits messages are there to catch several small news items and inform readers. If you have any recent news or information that we haven’t covered below, please let us know in the comment section!


Content of the weekend

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It’s going to be a busy weekend on WWE Network and Peacock. WWE SummerSlam 2022 is about to air, which means accompanying programming will also air. This includes a bonus edition of The Bump, La Previa, The Ultimate Show, and a Kickoff special.

Additionally, a new series will air on Friday called This Is Awesome, an independent program will be available on Saturday, and the usual weekend content will also be made available to subscribers, including NXT Level Up.

Below is all of the promoted content to arrive this weekend:

friday july 29
It’s Awesome: SummerSlam’s Best Moments
NXT Upper Tier – 10 p.m. ET

Saturday July 30
WWE Main Event (7/11/22)
La Previa: SummerSlam 2022
Ultimate SummerSlam 2
The Bottom of SmackDown**
ICW Fight Club #229
WWE’s The Bump** – 3 p.m. ET
SummerSlam Kickoff** – 7 p.m. ET
WWE SummerSlam – 8 p.m. ET

Sunday July 31
Friday Night SmackDown (01/07/22)**


WWE NXT Next Tier Preview

NXT: Level Up airs tonight on WWE Network and Peacock. The new WWE Network and Peacock schedule will feature three matches tonight. This includes Javier Bernal in action, a tag team main event, and more.

Below is the preview of this episode:

A can’t-miss edition of NXT Level Up is set to feature Ikemen Jiro and Quincy Elliott teaming up for a collision with Edris Enofé and Malik Blade, Myles Borne battling Javier Bernal, and Fallon Henley taking on Sol Ruca.

Two of WWE’s most eccentric Superstars, Jiro and Elliott have agreed to join forces after going back and forth in a thrilling singles bout which was narrowly won by Jiro.

The unique pairing will try their hand at tandem against Enofé and Blade, one of the biggest successes of early NXT Level Up. In fact, they have won four straight matches as a unit on WWE’s new brand after losing their first.

Can they make it five in a row when they face Jiro and Elliott?

Additionally, Borne and Bernal will now be opponents after teaming up in a losing effort against Chase University two weeks ago.

Miscommunication led to their downfall in that game, and Bernal oddly didn’t try to break the pinfall even though it looked like he had time to do so.

Additionally, Ruca is coming off an impressive debut which saw her use her athleticism to push Kiana James before falling short in a competitive fight.

She will be pitted against Henley, who takes on all comers from NXT 2.0, NXT UK, and NXT Level Up and has scored notable victories over Emilia McKenzie, Tiffany Stratton, and others.

Don’t miss an incredible episode of NXT Level Up, airing Friday at 10/9 C on Peacock in the US and on WWE Network everywhere else!


Archived content and maps

A brand new episode of WWE The Bump aired on the WWE Network last week. This round, the studio guests were RAW’s Dolph Ziggler and WWE Hall of Famer Jeff Jarrett. X-Pac called in as a guest, and Megan Morant co-hosted alongside the usual gang.

Each week, WWE Network adds an episode of NXT to the WWE Network – although due to contractual obligations, some may not be able to access it until a week later. This week, the July 26, 2022 edition of NXT was added to the archives, and it featured an announcement regarding the NXT Women’s Tag Team Titles, an eight-man tag team bout, and more.

Below is the map of the latest NXT uploaded in the archives:

  1. Grayson Waller versus Wes Lee.
  2. Xyon Quinn versus Apollo Crews.
  3. Zoey Stark versus Gigi Dolin.
  4. Giovanni Vinci versus Andre Chase.
  5. Indi Hartwell versus Arianna Grace.
  6. D’Angelo family against Diamond Mine.

Each week, WWE Network adds an episode of SmackDown from a month ago as per their contract with the television networks. This round, the June 24, 2022 edition of SmackDown was added to the archives and it featured a build to Money in the Bank, teaming up rivals, and more.

Below is the map of the last SmackDown uploaded in the archives:

  1. Sami Zayn versus Shinsuke Nakamura.
  2. Rodriguez and Evans versus Deville.
  3. Intercontinental Championship: Gunther versus Ricochet.
  4. Shotzi versus Tamina.
  5. The Usos versus Drew McIntyre and Sheamus.

Each week, WWE Network adds an episode of RAW from a month ago as per their contract with television networks. This week, the June 27, 2022 edition of RAW was added to the archives, and it featured a special celebration of John Cena’s 20th birthday, Money in the Bank build, and more.

Below is the map of the latest RAW downloaded from the archives:

  1. Last chance battle royale.
  2. Pit Ford against Jey Uso.
  3. AJ Styles versus The Miz.
  4. Liv Morgan versus Alexa Bliss.
  5. Bobby Lashley versus Alpha Academy.
  6. Lynch vs. Doudrop vs. ASH vs. Tamina vs. Li vs. Baszler.

Each week, WWE Network adds an episode of Main Event that is more than two weeks old, as per their contract with the television networks. This time, the July 7 episode of WWE Main Event featured T-BAR taking on Cedric Alexander and Veer Mahaan battling Mustafa Ali.

Below is the latest Main Event map uploaded from the archives:

  1. T-BAR versus Cedric Alexander.
  2. Veer Mahaan versus Mustafa Ali.

Miscellaneous remarks

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There’s been a lot of WWE Network news released recently, so here are a few reminders to make sure you’re all up to speed:

  • Travel back in time with Brock each week for a Throwback Thursday edition!
  • Check out Lawrence’s reviews every week!
  • Join Steve Coulson and Jordi for quick results from early WWE Network events.
  • For those unaware, we have a static page dedicated to upcoming WWE Network events, including known or promoted match rosters. You can access this page at any time by clicking on “Upcoming Events” or by bookmarking this link.
  • We now have a new static page dedicated to WWE Hidden Gems! To see a full chronological list of WWE Network Gems, click here or select “Hidden Gems” at the top of the site. Be sure to bookmark the page so you can use it as a resource when needed.

Weekend content news, preview, and more! Did we miss something? And what do you think of each of these stories? Be sure to let us know in the comments section below. As always, stay tuned to WWE Network News for the latest WWE Network news, reviews, exclusives and more!

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