NXT TakeOver: Dallas – Live Coverage on WWE Network (not Sky Sports)

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NXT TakeOver: Dallas – Live Coverage on WWE Network (not Sky Sports)

WWE Wrestlemania 32 weekend kicks-off this Friday with NXT TakeOver: Dallas.

The event, staged at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in Dallas, Texas, will be shown exclusively live on the WWE Network.

Six matches have been confirmed so far, including Finn Balor v Samoa Joe for the NXT Championship.

Bayley defends the NXT Women’s championship against Asuka.

Sami Zayn takes on Shinsuke Nakamura; Apollo Crews faces Elias Samson; and Austin Aries squares-off against Baron Corbin.

Plus, the Revival, Scott Dawson and Dash Wilder, defend the NXT Tag Team Championships against American Alpha, Jason Jordan and Chad Gable.

The 150 minute event will be shown live on the WWE Network from 3.00am BST (Sat morning)

WWE Wrestlemania 32 weekend schedule (UK/BST)

Friday 1 April (Sat morning)
2.30am – NXT TakeOver: Pre-show – WWE Network
3.00am – NXT TakeOver: Dallas – WWE Network

Saturday 2 April (Sun morning)
12.00am – WWE Hall of Fame Red Carpet – WWE Network
1.00am – WWE Hall of Fame 2016 – WWE Network

Sunday 3 April
10.00pm – WWE Wrestlmania 32: Pre-show – WWE Network
12.00am – WWE Wrestlemania 32 – Sky Sports Box Office, WWE Network

Monday 4 April (Tues morning)
1.00am – WWE Monday Night Raw – Sky Sports 5

Updated on Thursday 31 March 2016 by @TVNewsroom

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