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This Week’s Wrestling Observer Newsletter: Roman Reigns Reduces WWE Appearance, Kota Ibushi-NJPW Problem
- Roman Reigns’ schedule, what he’s working on, the next title defense, and the current plans for his biggest summer match.
- Behind the scenes of Kota Ibushi and New Japan Pro-Wrestling, where they started, where they stand, and who is trying to keep things smooth
- WrestleMania Backlash, number of businesses, star rating and voting results per match
- Updates on all the big AEW & WWE summer shows, ticket movements, secondary market interests, and $ 1 million gates
- A description of the unique ending of the UFC Strawweight title governed by Rose Namajunas and how scoring, cornering, and open scoring affect this.
- Full coverage of UFC 274, including PPV numbers, TV numbers, and match-by-match matches
- Daniel Cormier’s Hall of Fame career. Leading the way in two different sports, he became a UFC champion who had never been trained in hitting until nearly 30 years old.
- Lineup of major joint promotion shows
- Last week’s rating where wrestling is ranked by cable, where AEW is ranked up to the youngest skewing sports show, results for each AEW segment, and a realistic comparison with last year’s numbers
- Wrestling at Arena Mexico
- Juice Robinson and his NJPW contract
- Best of Super Junior Notebook
- What’s new in Tammy Sitch, including a sad situation with Bill DeMott
- Ted DiBiase filed by Mississippi Human Services Division
- The life of Charlie Smith, a popular referee and clerk famous for GCW
- The legend of the 90’s that emerges from retirement again
- Looking back on the British Bulldogs
- Lowest rated cable station
- This week’s match and this week’s performers
- AEW and WarnerMedia Updates
- Upcoming AEW show
- Tony Khan talks about Bret Hart at AEW
- Blackpool Combat Club Original Ideas
- Great UFC Business Run
- UFC Income and Fighter Income
- Upcoming UFC Match
- Former WWE Wrestler Wins Bare Knuckle Fighting
- Lacey Evans Strange Booking
- Questions about bank money in 2022
- International TV rating
- Streaming number
This Week’s Retro Observer Newsletter: April 4, 2005 Observer Newsletter Back Number: WrestleMania 21 Preview, All Japan Women Shut Down
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Saturday news update
- In opposition to Game 6 of the Boston Celtics vs. Milwaukee Bucks NBA Playoffs series, last night SmackDown gained an average of 1.8 million viewers in a fast national rating. This is down from the 1.92 million viewers the show watched last week in the high-speed nation. The 18-49 demo was rated 0.4.
- Bianca Belair and The Miz will appear on NBC Universal’s upfront on Monday morning, while Roman Reigns and Charlotte Flair will appear on Fox’s upfront on Monday afternoon. The deadline states that NBCU “shifted WWE to the sports sector when it comes to sales, giving us additional incentives to promote WrestleMania at the Super Bowl last February.”
- Stephanie McMahon told Deadline that WWE is both sports and entertainment. It’s like an athletic theater. It’s a story, that’s why you care … You are involved in the story. Buzzer beater moments can be scripted and HailMarys can be scripted. We are stepping into sports. … You may oppose our actions, but you will never get bored. “
- The Park Tower Stanford Penthouse, owned by Vince and Linda McMahon, was put on the market at an asking price of $ 4.1 million.
- WWE unveiled the official poster for the September crash at the Castle Stadium Show in Cardiff, Wales. The poster will feature Roman Reigns, Drew McIntyre, Seth Rollins, Bianca Belair, Edge, Cody Rhodes and Becky Lynch.
- Rick Boogs posted the latest information on recovery from a quadriceps rupture suffering from WrestleMania 38 to the patellar tendon. Bougs said he was ahead of schedule in achieving his physiotherapy goals.
- At Talking Smack, WWE provided updates on Madcap Moss storyline injuries after being attacked by Happy Corbin in SmackDown last night. Moss was said to have suffered a neck bruise.
- The Usos appeared in this week’s WWE After The Bell.
- WWE’s YouTube channel will make Cody Rhodes’ Raw debut against Randy Orton from July 16, 2007, Bailey vs. Alexa Bliss vs. Mickie James from the May 14, 2018 Raw episode, and Kofi Kingston from May 14th. KO show segment uploaded. 2019 episode of SmackDown.
- In his new YouTube channel announcement, Yu Ishino (formerly wrestling with stardom under the name Kagezu) appeared as a trance.
- Virgil Announced that he was diagnosed with Stage 2 colon cancer.
- AEW after last night’s rampage Uploaded video of post-show promotion Frankie Kazarian challenged Scorpio Sky to rematch the TNT Championship when AEW arrives in Los Angeles next month. Sky was held against Kazarian at Rampage after Ethan Page attacked Kazarian with the TNT title belt. After the match, Sky beat Kazarian, a former tag team partner, with another belt shot and betrayed him.
- Dax Harwood I thanked all the fans After losing to Adam Cole on Wednesday’s dynamite, they showed him: I have never felt such a thing in my career. Y’all has made this all happen. It’s not a kind of “push”. It’s not a “turn”. That was all. The gratitude you have shown has not been overlooked. “
- Jeff Hardy was a guest on this week’s AEW Unrestricted episode.