The Mae Young Classic tournament kicks off tonight with 32 female competitors from all over the world and hoping to win this second edition of the tournament. When WWE has done tournament shows in the past, the company has typically aired what they call a “Parade of Champions,” which sees every single competitor in the tournament introduced in front of the crowd and the fans at home. WWE has just announced that the parade for tonight’s Mae Young Classic will be streaming live on WWE’s official YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook accounts. For fans who may be interested in seeing this year’s Mae Young Classic competitors get introduced, they will be able to view the stream once it begins tonight starting at 7pm ET.

The 2018 #MaeYoungClassic Parade of Champions comes your way TOMORROW NIGHT LIVE at 7 PM ET!
— Mae Young Classic (@MaeYoungClassic) August 7, 2018

WWE has had plenty of success over the years with some of their reality television programs. The company is currently showing Miz and Mrs on the USA Network right now, Total Divas is still going strong, and an emotional third season of Total Bellas just concluded. The drama will be continuing on for another season as WWE and the E! network have just announced that there will be a fourth season of Total Bellas premiering soon. The news comes only days after WWE and E! announced details for the new season of Total Divas later this year. No word yet on a premiere date for the new season, but the series will continue to follow the lives and daily pursuits of WWE Superstars Nikki and Brie Bella.

It’s official: The @BellaTwins will be BACK for Season 4 of #TotalBellas on @e_entertainment!
— WWE (@WWE) August 7, 2018

Fans are anticipating WWE’s annual SummerSlam pay-per-view in two weeks, and the company has been working hard to build the event up and position it as a major show. After that event comes to an end, WWE’s next pay-per-view will be the Hell in a Cell show on September 16th in San Antonio, Texas. Although Jeff Hardy will be receiving a shot at the United States Championship when he challenges Shinsuke Nakamura at SummerSlam this year, the official Twitter account for San Antonio’s AT&T Center has just revealed that there will be a match between Hardy and Randy Orton during the Hell in a Cell show next month. While the match could always change between now and then, expect to see Hardy and Orton finally have their grudge match at next month’s WWE pay-per-view.

Jeff Hardy vs Randy Orton has been added to @WWE Hell In A Cell San Antonio on September 16! Tickets are on sale now!
— AT&T Center (@attcenter) August 7, 2018

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