Top WWE NXT Star Becoming A Free Agent Soon

Adam Cole is going to become a free agent this month.

Cole had been rumored to have his contract expire in 2024, but Wrestling Inc. has learned that it is expiring this month after SummerSlam. Cole’s contract was actually up after the Great American Bash, but he extended it.

Cole has a lot of options in front of him, including companies who are not even in the current wrestling space.

Stay tuned to Wrestling Inc. for updates.

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CM Punk can use "Cult of Personality" in AEW - Reports

If the latest reports are any indication, CM Punk can use his iconic entrance song "Cult of Personality" in AEW since WWE doesn't hold any rights over it anymore.

CM Punk adopted the Living Colors chartbuster back in 2011 after capturing the WWE Championship. Fans instantly took to the 1988 number, and it quickly became one of the most popular entrance songs in WWE at the time. Punk also went onto use the same song during his UFC appearances.

According to the latest report by PWInsider, WWE had merely licensed the song, and that the promotion had no rights over it in perpetuity, i.e., with CM Punk's departure, WWE had also lost the right to use the number.

Ever since reports of his AEW arrival began circulating, fans have been cooking up various scenarios for how CM Punk will show up in the AEW. However, having the former 2-time MITB winner use his classic theme music is certainly something that not many would have imagined. Not only would it be nostalgic for fans, but the pop upon hearing the song is sure to be defeating.

CM Punk could show at AEW Rampage: The First Dance

The moment AEW confirmed its special event, Rampage: The First Dance, in United Center, Chicago, on August 20th, it became clear the company is setting up CM Punk's arrival on the night.

It will be AEW Rampage's second episode, and the promotion wants to make sure people don't mistake it for a filler show. The fact that CM Punk could debut at the event speaks volumes about AEW's desire to make Rampage must-see TV.

What CM Punk will do on the show, given he appears, is anyone's guess at the moment. Darby Allin has already laid seeds for a match with the veteran performer at last week's Fight For The Fallen, which could go down for fans at the United Center or possibly at AEW All Out 2021.

Are you excited to see CM Punk enter the arena at The First Dance to Cult of Personality playing in the back? Sound off in the comments section below.

Have you checked out Sportskeeda Wrestling on Instagram? Click here to stay updated.

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Seeming free agency lock: Chris Paul re-signs with Suns for three-years, $90+ million

There was a lot of buzz just after the Finals about teams trying to make a run at Chris Paul and pry him away from the Suns in free agency, starting with the Lakers (always a long shot), through the Heat, with Dallas in the mix.

None of that was ever likely, and the talk has seemed to cool down around the league. Chris Paul chose to come to the Suns, led them to the NBA Finals, and likes his fit as a mentor to Devin Booker, Deandre Ayton, Mikal Bridges, and the rest of the team. The sense now from league sources is he will decline his $44.2 million player option and re-sign a three-year contract with the Suns. Jake Fischer at Bleacher Report put it this way.

The biggest fish, Chris Paul, appears all but destined to return to Phoenix, sources said, on a deal that’s now widely rumored to be for at least three years, $90 million.

Some sources say more like $100 million, but the bottom line remains the same — Chris Paul isn’t leaving the Suns. It’s not a surprise. Right after the Finals ended CP3 sounded like a guy who wanted to run it back in Phoenix.

“For me, it just means back to work. Back to work. Nothing more, nothing less,” Paul said of what came next for him after the Finals loss. “Ain’t no moral victories or whatnot. We sort of saw what it takes to get there and hopefully we see what it takes to get past that…

“Everybody in that locker room knows we had enough, but it wasn’t enough. So, we got to figure it out. I think for me, I just look at myself and figure out how can I get better, what I could have done more, and make sure I come back next season ready to do it again.”

Paying Paul leads to questions about how far into his pocketbook normally frugal owner Robert Sarver is willing to go. He admitted the luxury tax is coming and he will pay it, but saying it and actually writing the check can be two different things. Cameron Payne is an unrestricted free agent that some teams have their eyes on. Ayton and Mikal Bridges are extension eligible. The Suns need a backup center and more to fill out the roster.

It’s going to get expensive, but Paul costs the team a little less next season — in the name of more guaranteed money and long-term security for CP3 — something that works for both him and the Suns.

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Tokyo Olympics 2021 LIVE Updates: PV Sindhu, Men's Hockey Team in Action This Sunday Evening

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Saturday was a day of heartbreaks as India’s biggest medal hope PV Sindhu crashed out of the Gold medal race with a loss against her Chinese Taipei opposition. Kamalpreet Kaur in Discuss was the big story from Saturday. Participating in her maiden Olympics, she qualified for the Discuss final in the second position. Archer Atanu Das was knocked out and so were Amit Panghal and Pooja Rani in boxing. Another good news was the fact that the Rani Rampal-led women’s hockey team beat South Africa in a must-win match.Also Read - Live India vs Great Britain Hockey Men's Quarter-final Score And Updates Tokyo Olympics: India Take Lead in 1st Quarter

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Watch Hannah Roberts' Top-Scoring Run During Women's BMX Freestyle Seeding

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Watch Hannah Roberts' Top-Scoring Run During Women's BMX Freestyle Seeding

Here's how to watch the historic event Saturday night

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Indiana's Hannah Roberts has become the top seed heading into the first-ever inaugural Olympic BMX freestyle finals Saturday night, where Team USA will set out to walk home with two medals.

The night of events, which begin at 8:10 p.m. CT, start with the women’s final. 

In her Olympic-debut, Roberts finished as the top scorer during seeding, with Perris Benegas taking the second highest spot.

Roberts won the world championships in the event in 2017, 2019 and 2021, while Benegas won the title in 2018. The three-time world champion posted an average that was a point higher than Benegas’ during the two seeding runs.

Hannah Roberts says one of her biggest hardships came from the sport she loves. "I broke my back when I was 10 years old. I flipped over, and my bike hit me square in the spine. Getting back on the bike was hard," she says.

The 19-year-old South Bend, Indiana native finished her first run with a score of 89.80, the highest of any run Friday night. Roberts then completed her second round with a score of 85.60, leaving her with an average of 87.70 - the highest of the night.

Freestyle BMX riders are scored on execution and difficulty of their tricks. The top-scoring rider will compete last in the final for the event.

HOW TO WATCH: Stream live here.

Roberts began competing when she was 12 years old. In 2017, she became the first-ever BMX Freestyle World Champion at the inaugural World Championships in China. 

This year, Roberts earned her third world title in the women’s BMX park World Championship in France.

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A golden breakthrough for Xander Schauffele

KAWAGOE, Japan – At the quietest sport at the quietest Olympics, a legion of volunteers in bucket hats and blue ombré performance wear polos held up paddles that said QUIET in Japanese on one side and English on the other. In the absence of other sensory experiences it felt like you could hear the heat — it sounded like the low drone of cicadas unless pierced by a crow — and taste the humidity — although maybe that was just the perspiration accumulating on the inside of my mask. The smell, of course, was of grass. Grass and sweat.

Five hours later, Xander Schauffele, a 27-year-old from San Diego, took home gold to applause from what was certainly one of the biggest crowds to witness an Olympic win this year. As the final group had made their way through the course, the trail of spectators grew, volunteers abandoning their posts at holes that were done for the men’s tournament. 

On the 18th hole, hundreds of people (at least) held their breath as he sunk a 4-foot par putt for a 4-under 67 in the final round and hard-won victory. The throngs lined up along the rope — including dozens of volunteers holding signs advising social distancing — cheered, and someone yelled “U-S-A!”

It was his first tournament victory in two and a half years and comes after several close calls, but no wins, in major championships.

Afterward, his father and coach, Stefan Schauffele, said that he had felt nothing the whole day — until it was over.

“But now, just thinking about those moments, you know the podium ... I’m choking up,” he said. The entire experience was particularly resonant for the elder Schauffele, who was an Olympic decathlon hopeful growing up until a drunk driver hit his car, leaving the then-20-year-old blind in one eye.

Xander Schauffele earned the Olympic gold medal in Tokyo. (Photo By Ramsey Cardy/Sportsfile via Getty Images)
Xander Schauffele earned the Olympic gold medal in Tokyo. (Photo By Ramsey Cardy/Sportsfile via Getty Images)

Xander Schauffele becomes the first American golfer to win Olympic gold since 1900 (it wasn't contested from 1908-2012), and he started the final day atop the leaderboard, looking dominant on the front nine. And then, on the 14th hole with a two-shot lead, he drove the ball into a thicket of trees. He took an unplayable lie, thinned his third shot when he clipped a tree branch on his backswing, but escaped with a bogey after a clutch putt.

That left him tied with Rory Sabbatini, whose Olympic-record round of 61 moved him from seven shots back to gold medal contention on the final day. Sabbatini, born in South Africa and residing in the United States, represents Slovakia, the home country of his wife and caddy for the day, Martina Stofanikova.

Schauffele stayed tied with Sabbatini, who was several groups ahead of him, until the 17th hole, where a birdie gave him a one-stroke lead and solo possession of first place. Sabbatini finished with the silver medal.

If not for the pandemic barring fans (who can’t claim to be volunteers), Schauffele would have had dozens of family members in attendance. His mother, Ping-Yi Chen, was born in Taiwan but was raised in Japan.

"They’re flipping out right now,” Stefan said about the Tokyo-based side of the family.

Hideki Matsuyama, who entered the day one stroke back of Schauffele, struggled from the outset. Japan’s best hope for a men’s golf medal dabbed and then wiped his face seemingly between every swing as he shot par while his playing partners birdied on the first few holes. The assembled media and staff stayed silent, then let out a groan after he missed a short birdie putt on the fifth. When he did the same on the sixth, Matsuyama’s shoulders sagged. He guzzled water, stopped waiting for his caddy to hand him the towel, carrying it himself between holes. After he bogeyed the eighth, Matsuyama was five strokes back of Schauffele.

By the time Matsuyama birdied the ninth hole, just his second of the round, what looked to be several hundred spectators cheered a polite golf cheer. From there, the sea of blue that trailed him only grew.

In April, Matsuyama became the first Japanese man to win a major at the Masters, for which he was given the Japanese Prime Minister’s Award, just the 49th recipient. His success in the sport has made him a hero for the northern prefectures that were devastated by the 2011 earthquake and tsunami. He was a college student at Sendai's Tohoku Fukushi University at the time, and although he had been competing in Australia during the disaster, he returned to a region in ruins. In 2016, he skipped the first Olympics to feature golf in over a century out of concern for the zika virus in Rio.

After 72 holes, Matsuyama was in seven-way tie for third. C.T. Pan of Chinese Taipei emerged victorious in the bronze medal playoff, besting British Open champion Collin Morikawa on the final hole.

The Schauffeles' international story and the full-circle nature of Xander’s gold medal with his father, whose own Olympic aspirations were taken from him, inspired someone to ask Stefan if the family was an example of the American Dream.

“You guys do the ‘American story,’” Stefan said. “I am just living my life.”

That’s fine then, but surely the victory here, in Japan of all places, was a particularly fitting endpoint.

“Yeah, but the next Olympics are in Paris,” Stefan countered. “And I have family there, too.”

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Huskers extend offer to 2023 ATH Mota from Iowa

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The Huskers don't have a big recruiting class in 2022 to fill and that is giving the Nebraska staff an opportunity to start recruiting 2023 recruits. Alex Mota, from Marion (Iowa), picked up an offer from Nebraska and the talented athlete will be visiting Nebraska soon. Mota is going to be playing quarterback for his team this fall.


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6 Matches Taped For AEW Dark Elevation This Monday

All Elite Wrestling taped six matches for this Monday’s episode of AEW Dark Elevation, which will air on their official YouTube channel and in select international markets including the United Kingdom on

Taped for the show:

– Darby Allin (w/Sting) vs. Bear Bronson.

– Nick Comoroto & Aaron Solow vs. ??? & ???.

– Kris Statlander vs. Ashley D’Amboise.

– Red Velvet vs. ???.

– Lee Johnson vs. Marcus Kross.

– Dani Jordyn vs. Yuka Sakazaki.


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Darby Allin (w/Sting) defeated Bear Bronson.

Nick Comoroto & Aaron Solow defeated ??? & ???.

Kris Statlander defeated Ashley D’Amboise.

Red Velvet defeated ???.

Lee Johnson defeated Marcus Kross.

Yuka Sakazaki defeated Dani Jordyn.

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Olympics swimming results: United States wraps up with three golds, Penny Oleksiak makes history

Caeleb Dressel capped off swimming at the 2021 Tokyo Olympics in historic fashion.

The American swimmer started his morning with an Olympic record and gold medal swim in the 50-meter freestyle at 21.07 and ended it with his fifth gold medal, swimming butterfly on the men's 4x100 medley relay to help the unit set a world record at 3:26.78. Dressel now joins Mark Spitz, Matt Biondi and Michael Phelps as the only male swimmers to win five gold medals in the same Olympics.

But the spotlight was not his alone. American Bobby Finke picked up his second gold medal of the Olympics with a win in the 1500 freestyle, and the U.S. women placed second in a tight finish against Australia in the women's 4x100 medley relay. Canada took home bronze in that relay, and Penny Oleksiak made Canadian history by winning her seventh career medal to become the most decorated Canadian Olympian of all time.

It was also a big day for Australia's Emma McKeon. Along with the gold in the medley relay, she also won gold in the 50 freestyle to win her seventh overall medal, becoming the first female swimmer to earn that many in a single Olympics.

Sporting News provided live updates and highlights from each event during the eighth day of Olympic swimming finals.

MORE: Watch the 2021 Olympics live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)

Olympics swimming results

Time (ET) Event Winner 2nd 3rd
9:30 p.m. Men's 50 freestyle (final) Caeleb Dressel (United States) Florent Manaudou (France) Bruno Fratus (Brazil)
9:37 p.m. Women's 50 freestyle (final) Emma McKeon (Australia) Sarah Sjoestroem (Sweden) Pernille Blume (Denmark)
9:44 p.m. Men's 1500 freestyle (final) Bobby Finke (United States) Mykhailo Romanchuk (Ukraine) Florian Wellbrock (Germany)
10:15 p.m. Women's 4x100 medley relay (final) Australia United States Canada
10:36 p.m. Men's 4x100 medley relay (final) United States Great Britain Italy

Live swimming updates, highlights from 2021 Olympics

Men's 4x100 medley relay (final)

10:52 p.m.: This is Dressel's fifth gold medal during the 2021 Tokyo Olympics.

10:52 p.m.: The United States finishes with a new world record at 3:26.78. Great Britain earns silver at 3:27.51 and Italy wins bronze at 3:29.17.

10:50 p.m.: The United States wins the gold medal and keeps the streak alive. They have won all 15 men's 4x100 medley relays in which they have competed. This race sets a new world record.

10:50 p.m.: Apple is still leading with 50 meters to go.

10:49 p.m.: Dressel puts the United States in first with Apple left now to swim and hold the lead against Great Britain.

10:48 p.m.: Peaty gives the lead to Great Britain. The United States is in third with Italy now in second.

10:48 p.m.: Ryan Murphy delivers a first to the U.S., handing it to Michael Andrew. Watch out for Great Britain's Adam Peaty.

10:48 p.m.: The U.S. is leading after the first 50 over China and the ROC.

10:47 p.m.: The final event in Olympic swimming is underway.

10:37 p.m.: The United States will swim from the top lane, but don't be deceived: they're in this race. Ryan Murphy (backstroke), Michael Andrew (breaststroke), Caeleb Dressel (butterfly) and Zach Apple (freestyle) will race to bring the U.S. a gold in the final event of the night.

Women's 4x100 medley relay (final)

10:23 p.m.: With Canada earning the bronze medal, Oleksiak becomes the most decorated Summer Olympian in Canadian history.

10:23 p.m.: Australia sets an Olympic record at 3:51.60, with the U.S. coming in second at 3:51.73 and Canada in third at 3:52.60.

10:22 p.m.: Torri Huske puts together a strong swim to hand a 0.25 second lead over Australia and a second over Canada.

10:21 p.m.: Jacoby leaves with the U.S. in the lead, ahead of Australia by a half-second and Canada by about two seconds.

10:20 p.m.: No goggle malfunction for Jacoby, and she gives the United States the lead at the 150 mark.

10:20 p.m.: The United States moves to third with Australia in second and Canada leading. Jacoby off for the Americans.

10:19 p.m.: Canada leads after the first 50, with the United States in second and Australia in third.

10:12 p.m.: The lineup for the Americans will be Regan Smith (backstroke), Lydia Jacoby (breaststroke), Torri Huske (butterfly) and Abbey Weitzeil (freestyle). Canada will send out Kylie Masse (backstroke), Sydney Pickrem (breaststroke), Margaret Mac Neil (butterfly) and Penny Oleksiak (freestyle). Australia will race Kaylee McKeown (backstroke), Chelsea Hodges (breaststroke), Emma McKeon (butterfly) and Cate Campbell (freestyle). Those are your top three units heading into the race, with Canada racing in the fast lane, the U.S. racing in lane five and Australia launching from lane three.

Men's 1500 freestyle (final)

10:02 p.m.: Finke finishes at 14:39.65, Romanchuk is second at 14:40.66 and Wellbrock is third at 14:40.91.

10:01 p.m.: Finke has won his second gold medal, flying past Wellbrock. Romanchuk takes silver and Wellbrock takes the bronze.

10:01 p.m.: Finke moves into second place alone on the final turn.

10:01 p.m.: 100 meters to go, Finke has moved into a tie for second behind Wellbrock.

10:00 p.m.: It seems to be moving toward just Wellbrock, Romanchuk and Finke. And with Finke having already shown how he can close on the 800, Wellbrock's lead feels anything but safe.

9:59 p.m.: With 300 meters left, the top four are still separated by just over a second and a half. The top three, however, are only separated by just over a half-second.

9:56 p.m.: 500 meters to go, and this race could still go to anyone in the top four, which has remained unchanged for a while now.

9:55 p.m.; This race seems to now be down to the four swimmers in the middle. Wellbrock is leading, Romanchuk in second, Finke in third and Paltrinieri is in fourth.

9:54 p.m.: Finke has been in third for about 200 meters now, but Wellbrock hasn't given up his spot in the lead halfway through the race. Romanchuk in third.

9:52 p.m.: This is an incredibly close race between everyone in the top five, who are all separated by less than two seconds through 600 meters.

9:52 p.m.: A third of the way through the race, Wellbrock has kept up his lead in the race. Ukrainian Mykhailo Romanchuk has moved up to third with Paltrinieri in third and Finke in fourth.

9:50 p.m.: The top six are all within a body's length of one another. Wellbrock takes the lead at the 300-meter mark over Paltrinieri, but Finke in third is less than a second back.

9:48 p.m.: Finke is up to third after 150 meters. Paltrinieri, the reigning Olympic champion in the event, has about a one second lead in this race.

9:47 p.m.: Finke starts the race off in fourth behind Italy's Gregorio Paltrinieri, Great Britain's Daniel Jervis and Germany's Florian Wellbrock after the first 50.

9:45 p.m.: Bobby Finke won the 800 freestyle. He's now looking to pick up his second gold medal. He'll be swimming out of the fifth lane in the longest distance race on the men's side.

Women's 50 freestyle (final)

9:40 p.m.: Australia's Emma McKeon sets an Olympic record with the gold-winning time of 23.81. Sweden's Sarah Sjoestroem takes the silver at 24.07 and Blume takes the bronze at 23.81. Weitzeil finishes eighth at 24.41.

9:39 p.m.: Denmark's Pernille Blume is off to the fastest start at 0.62 off the block.

9:39 p.m.: Abbey Weitzeil will be the lone American racing in the 50 freestyle.

Men's 50 freestyle (final)

9:34 p.m.: France's Florent Manaudou finishes silver at 21.55 and Brazil's Bruno Fratus takes third at 21.57.

9:33 p.m.: Dressel wins the 50-meter freestyle with an Olympic record time of 21.07. Andrew finishes fourth at 21.60.

9:33 p.m.: Dressel is off the block at 0.63.

9:29 p.m.: Two Americans racing in the 50-meter freestyle final. Caeleb Dressel is the favorite as he races in the fast lane, looking for his fourth gold medal. Michael Andrew is swimming in lane seven, hoping for his first medal of the 2021 Tokyo Olympics.

Olympics swimming schedule 2021

With the exception of July 31, each day will begin with heats starting at 6 a.m. ET and will end with finals races starting up at 9:30 p.m. ET each day. The USA Network will carry the heats in the United States and NBC will have the finals, while CBC will provide coverage of both events in Canada.

Those in the United States hoping to see replays of the qualifying heats can tune into NBC every afternoon to see how swimmers performed earlier in the morning.

Saturday, July 31

Event Time (ET) Channel (U.S.) Channel (Canada)
Finals 9:30 p.m. NBC CBC

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Erica Wiebe wrestling schedule: How to watch Canada star's events live at 2021 Olympics

Five years ago, Erica Wiebe left the mat in Rio with a shiny gold medal around her neck. Now she is back, with another one in her sights.

Wiebe is just one of three Canadian women to win an Olympic medal, and the other two have multiples. Grimsby, Ont., native Tonya Verbeek has two silvers (2004, 2012) and a bronze (2008) at 55kg. Carol Huynh, who hails from Hazelton, B.C., won gold in 2008 and bronze in 2012 at 48kg.

Now the Stittsville, Ont., wrestler will be looking to add to her haul too. In Rio, she won gold at 75kg and in Tokyo, she'll be competing at 76kg in freestyle. She earned her spot with a gold at the 2020 Pan American Olympic qualifier. The 32-year-old is coming off a gold medal at the Matteo Pellicone Ranking Series in March and a bronze in June's Poland Open. 

Sporting News has you covered on how to watch one of Canada's greatest Olympians as she looks to add to her trophy case:

Which event is Erica Wiebe competing in?

Wiebe is competing at 76kg. As mentioned, she won her gold in 2016 at 75kg.

She will open things up against Epp Mae, who won silver at the Poland Open. The pair met in the first round of the Rio Games, with Wiebe winning 6-4. The Estonian got one back at the 2018 women's world championships, where she was trailing 3-1 with under five seconds left but scored on a takedown for the win. Wiebe won bronze at the tournament. 

CANADA AT THE OLYMPICS: Daily schedule | Medal count

It could be a good omen if Wiebe can begin her 2021 road to gold the same way she did in 2016. As for the rest of the way, the expectation is it'll be Wiebe and the United States Adeline Gray in the final.

How to watch the Olympics in Canada

CBC will be the broadcast home of the Tokyo Olympics in Canada. The coverage will be 'round the clock, as the network will air four six-hour programs covering all things Olympics and events featuring Team Canada. CBC will show live and tape-delayed coverage of the major events. Partners TSN and Sportsnet will also have select events.

Streamers will also have plenty of ways to watch the games in Canada. CBC Gem and the CBC Olympics app will both provide streaming options for Canadians, and will provide live events, highlights and replays of various CBC-aired sports throughout the Olympics.

Audiences will also be able to watch CBC’s coverage through Amazon Prime Video, television service providers Bell, Rogers, Shaw and Telus and through connected TV devices Apple TV, FireTV, Google Chromecast and Roku TV (via the CBC TV and CBC Gem apps).

Erica Wiebe schedule, results

Saturday, July 31

1/8 final

Opponent Time (ET)
Epp Mae (Estonia) 10:35 p.m.

Wiebe lost 5-4 and will not have to wait and see with repechage. 

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How to Watch the Tokyo Women's Olympic Golf

The 2020 Tokyo Women's Olympic Golf Coverage


Tuesday, August 3 from 6:30 p.m.—3 a.m.

Wednesday, August 4 from 6:30 p.m.—3 a.m.

Thursday, August 5 from 6:30 p.m.—3 a.m.

Friday, August 6 from 6:30 p.m.—3:30 a.m.

(all times ET: Live on Golf Channel / Streamed on NBC Sports App and


All the news and tournament action surrounding the 2020 Tokyo Olympics can be accessed at any time on any mobile device and online through the help of Golf Channel’s Live Stream.

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How to watch WTCR 2021 for free: All methods


If you prefer passenger cars to single-seaters and prototypes of other categories, then one of the best competitions you can follow is the WTCR. A category with exciting races and with a Spanish brand competing in the constructors’ world championship, such as Cupra (SEAT), two-time world champion, as well as Spanish pilots fighting for the points of the world championship each season.

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WTCR stands for World Touring Car Cup, that is, World Touring Car Cup. An international FIA competition where only tourism-type cars are allowed and that has managed to position itself as the fifth in terms of importance, after F1, the World Rally Championship, the WEC and Formula E. Whether you already knew it, or if you are new and you want to start getting fond of these races, here are the best methods to see this championship …

How to watch WTCR 2021: all methods

To feel the excitement of every WTCR race and to be able to follow your favorite drivers and teams, you can choose one of the following options that we recommend. This way you won’t waste time trying other platforms that promise to offer you this service for free and finally all they get is your frustration by not working.




What is not on DAZN? Well of course yes, rare is the sport that does not you find in DAZN. The streaming platform is adding more and more events to its catalog, and at a low price of € 9.99 / month or € 99.99 / year. This will give you access to all the live and on-demand WTCR races in HD quality and much more content for sports fans.

To understand every minute, Comments will be offered in Spanish. And if you have doubts, try a 1-month free trial without any kind of commitment or permanence. You will not regret it.

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How to watch WTCR 2021 on mobile

It is likely that you will not always have the possibility of being in front of your Smart TV with the DAZN app installed. If you are traveling or anywhere else you want to watch WTCR, you can do it with your mobile devices. You will only need a good connection to the network and install the app for your platform:

It is totally free, of course, in order to access the content you will have to have a subscription to DAZN. It can be the same one that you use on your TV, since it does not have restrictions on the devices you use it on. And if you don’t have it yet, enjoy the free month if you sign up now.




Another alternative is to follow the WTCR through the sports thematic channel Eurosport. You will find this channel included in some pay TV and OTT platforms, or by IPTV. You can also use their streaming service if you get the subscription. So you will not miss anything wherever you are.

The price Subscription to Eurosport Live is € 6.99 per month or if you want to save some money, you can pay the annual fee, which is about € 36. A modest price for all the sport that you can see on their channels, including content on demand, and in HD quality, that is, in high definition.

Watch WTCR for free using IPTV or satellite dishes

See the WTCR with satellite dish

See the WTCR with satellite dish

Another option is use IPTV to achieve a list of channels among which are some that broadcast the world tour of cars freely and for free through the Internet. You can do it with your favorite app, like Kodi, VLC, Smart IPTV, etc. The result will be similar in any case.

Do not forget that if you use a satellite decoder and / or IPTV to capture closed channels, that is, encrypted, which are paid, then you will be committing a crime. From this blog we do not incite this type of behavior, and if you do, it will be at your own risk and abiding by the possible legal consequences.

If in your area you do not have a good Internet connection, then you are probably interested in knowing the alternative as well. via satellite, orienting your satellite dish towards the right satellite to catch some foreign channels that broadcast the WTCR for free and open.

Hundreds of millions of fans follow this championship every year. That is why it is not surprising that up to 162 countries around the world have confirmed that they will broadcast the WTCR through one of their channels. Between the European channels that may interest you are:

# 8211; # 8211; Channel Country Eurosport 54 different countries including Spain Daily AS Spain Kanal 9 Sweden Motowizja Poland RTBF Belgium RTL 7 Holland RTVS Slovakia Sport TV Czech Republic / Hungary / Slovakia TV3 Sports Baltic States

Other methods

Also exist other alternatives to be able to follow the WTCR worldwide. Those alternatives are:

WTCR 2021 calendar

WTCR calendar

WTCR calendar

Finally, it is important that you are aware of all the races that will be held in the WTCR championship for this year, as well as their respective dates on which they will take place. So you will not miss anything and you can reserve a space in your schedule to enjoy the roar of the engines and the adrenaline. The official calendar that can serve as a reference is:

Germany (Nürburgring): June 3-5 Portugal (Vila Real): June 26-27 Spain (MotorLand de Aragón): July 10-11 Italy (Adria): July 31 – August 1 Hungary (Hungaroring): August 21-22 South Korea (Inje Speedium): October 16-17 China (Ningbo): November 6-7 Macao (Circuito da Guia): November 19-21

If you have come this far and you still don’t know how to watch the WTCR World Championship, we recommend that you try DAZN, you have 1 month free taking advantage of this offer.

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