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AEW Grand Slam report, the business, future angles coming out of the show, ideas for next year’s show, angles, Saraya, Great Muta, business ratings, highest TV gates of US history, including adjusted inflation and warning signs.
Behind the idea of ​​Roman Reigns vs. Logan Paul and why his reasons are very different from a traditional PPV main event
CMLL 89th Anniversary Show. A report on this year’s big show with the hottest crowd and some of the best action and bookings.
Extreme Rules Updates
Team USA wins men’s world tag team championship and places second with women, how team members did and 18-year-old wins world championship
Jose Aldo, the featherweight great, his career and how he helped bring featherweights into the UFC
WWE and AEW business over the past two months. Which categories are up and down and by how much. Also comparisons to May and June numbers and the most unique note on increases and decreases in attendance
Full coverage of last week’s UFC show
Kento Miyahara, All Japan returns to Budokan Hall for its 50th anniversary, and for the first time since 2004
Dangerous Gate 2002 from Dragon Gate
TV ratings, including how each segment of major shows did
Former WWE wrestler talks about going to CMLL and wants to compete in next year’s anniversary main event
TV boom legend returns to Arena Mexico
Notes on Next Week’s CMLL Night of Champions Fan Voting Show
Stardom Five Star Grand Prix Update
Last match of the Great Muta
Fantastica Mania could be back
Former WWE Announcers TV Show Canceled
Former WCW announcer is now a network radio newscaster
Former WWE star opens movie company
Kurt Angle talks comeback after double knee replacement surgery but notes it’s unlikely to happen
MLW TV Taping News
Things are another promotion that affects the world title
Next questions about long-term WBD
MJF talks about his return and future AEW Revolution 2023
Stream Numbers
International TV Ratings
The second greatest PPV match of all time could be replayed in 2023
White Rabbit
NXT Changes
Hulu and WWE Update
Young Rock Update

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Monday News Update


Bryan and I will be back tonight to talk about Raw and breaking news tonight with Wrestling Observer Radio. You can also send questions to the show at [email protected]

Raw is tonight in Edmonton. A crowd of around 12,500 is expected for the show, the first time Raw has been in the city since 2011. I think these crows show that Raw should be in this city again. The roster includes Bianca Belair against Iyo Sky in a non-title match, Rey Mysterio against Seth Rollins, Johnny Gargano and Kevin Owens against Chad Gable and Otis, Matt Riddle and Damian Priest, and Sami Zayn against AJ Styles. Solo Sikoa will be in Zayn’s corner.

Coming from the larger audience to watch Smackdown of 2022 on Friday due to White Rabbit curiosity and people thinking Bray Wyatt is coming, they’re again teasing something for tonight. It will be interesting because the football game is the New York Giants vs. Dallas Cowboys, who are expected to make a big number again, so Raw hasn’t gotten any NFL breaks so far this season.

We’re looking for reports from Edmonton with dark matches and Main Event matches, as well as home shows in Stockton on Saturday night and in Fresno last night at [email protected]

The highlight of Friday’s Smackdown show and also the highlight of Smackdown this year was the Braun Strowman vs. Otis match at 2,767,000 viewers and 0.70 at 18-49. (thanks to Wrestlenomics)

The national news story involving Brett Favre and the Mississippi state welfare fraud case also involves the DiBiase family. This story gives Ted DiBiase Jr.’s side of things. Neither Favre nor Ted DiBiase Sr. are charged with any crimes, although prosecutors are trying to seize DiBiase Jr.’s home (thanks to Mike Kuzmuk)

More on the story (thanks to Ed Gursky)

The Royal Rumble presale is on Wednesday for the 1/28 show at the Alamodome in San Antonio. It will be interesting to see how hot the first day is as WWE attendance has increased in recent months. They can put 60,000 in the building. Right now the ticket set up is between 37,000 and 42,000, but they can add more if needed.

The Pro Wrestling Hall of Fame in Wichita Falls, Texas, which closed, we were told, was a wreck. Someone saved all he could and Tim Hornbaker, a historian and book author, saved all he could and he and Steve Jonson and worked on it and part of Fred’s story remains Hornby. Some of historian J. Michael Kenyon’s belongings are also left, including his ashes and his instructions for their disposal which were not followed. (thanks to Crimson Mask)

We send our deepest condolences to Teddy Long who noted today that his wife recently passed away.

Drew McIntyre was able to train last night at his home gym. He should be in San Antonio this week doing the Royal Rumble press and on sale. As reported yesterday, he had severe food poisoning and missed weekend shows.

Space in Mexico will be live streaming TripleMania from 10/15. It will be broadcast live in the United States on FITE.


Jailton Almeida vs. Shamil Abdurakhimov has been announced for the 10/22 UFC 280 show in Abu Dhabi.

Other ratings

Absolute Intense Wrestling announced today that they are immediately leaving IWTV. They said that for the first time in years they are looking for new opportunities and partnerships to stream their video library of content dating back to 2005. They are looking for a new livestreaming partner for their shows.

Big Damo won the Progress Atlas title in Birmingham, UK against Luke Jacobs and will defend against Shigehiro Irie tomorrow at the Dome in Tufnell Park. Aussie Open also faces Violence is Forever and the main event has Chris Brookes versus Kid Lykos.

Vice will be running a marathon of Dark Side of the Ring episodes per week from Tuesday from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. The Territories debut will be at 10 p.m. that night. We will have more as the week progresses.

LFA announced 10/21 in Oshkosh, WI on UFC Fight Pass with Bruno Assios (12-6) vs Jesse Murray (9-4) and Olivia Beekau (1-1) vs Jena Bishop (3-0) in the best fights.

Bare Knuckle Boxing on 10/;1 in Monroe, LA at the Fant Ewing Coliseum with former UFC star Ben Rothwell versus Bobo Bannon. Light heavyweight champion Lorenzo Hunt has a non-title fight against Quentin Henry.

Glory Pro Wrestling from last night in St. Louis:

  • Devin & Steven O’Neal b Frodo the Ghost & Marcus Mucherson
  • Sonny Kiss and Allie Katch
  • Xavier Walker has won four times over Tootie Lynn, k ATM and Laynie Luck
  • Josh Alexander and Kenny Alfonso
  • Rocky Romero and Rohit Raju
  • Jake Something & Ethan Price b Davey Vega & Anakin Murphy – DQ
  • Davey Vega & Anakin Murphy b Jake Something & Ethan Price in a no disqualification match
  • Rahim De La Suede b Moses the Liberator
  • Danhausen b Kody Lane
  • Warhorse & Dan the Dad b Matt Sydal & Delirious
  • Camaro Jackson b Mike Outlaw to win Crown of Glory title
  • (thanks to Patrick Brandmeyer)

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