The WWE Network is set to stream the EVOLVE 131 card live on the platform on Saturday, July 13th.
The news was first reported by The Wrap that the EVOLVE show, which is being promoted as its tenth-anniversary card, will be streaming on the network at 8 pm Eastern.
WWE is lending out several performers for the card, including NXT champion Adam Cole who will defend the title against 205 Live performer Akira Tozawa. There will also be a match between former Catch Point stablemates Drew Gulak and Matt Riddle. The Wrap is also listing Arturo Ruas, Babatunde, Austin Theory, Joe Gacy, and Eddie Kingston for the card.
The card will take place from Philadelphia at the 2300 Arena on the eve of WWE’s Extreme Rules event in the same city.
EVOLVE was launched in January 2010 with its first show headlined by Davey Richards against Kota Ibushi. Its founder Gabe Sapolsky signed on with WWE as a consultant in January 2018 with WWE continually loaning talent for EVOLVE. Over the past year, a restriction regarding the streaming of matches involving WWE’s talent had been lifted.