Daily Update: Orton & Ciampa, Dominic DeNucci, NJPW
Posted On July 26, 2020
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VIDEO: Being The Elite – Not a rib
Edge-Randy Orton WWE Backlash match already taped
MLW announces signing of Saieve Al Sabah
Asuka-Charlotte set for WWE Raw, Bayley & Sasha Banks to appear
HHH post-TakeOver audio: Damian Priest, hog pen match, injuries
New Women’s Champion crowned at NXT TakeOver: In Your House
VIP Lounge segment announced for WWE Raw
Elias out of action with torn pectoral muscle
NXT TakeOver In Your House live results: Three title matches
WOL: NXT In Your House, Rhea vs. Charlotte vs. Io, more! 6/8
WOR: NXT TakeOver recap, Edge-Orton, Conor, more 6/8
B&V&G: NXT TakeOver: In Your House plus Granny! 6/7
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WON NEWSLETTER: June 8, 2020 Observer Newsletter: Black Lives Matter
We have a feature on systemic prejudice in the U.S. as the lead story in this week’s issue of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter.
Also in this issue:
The Dana White/Jon Jones story, explaning the economic realities, the economic fallacies and where things stand with both men’s arguments. We look at what does and doesn’t make sense economically, why Jones and Conor McGregor and all the top draws have lost value to UFC, plus exactly what both men have said about each other and where things stand.
The economics of what Jones has drawn in the past, and the numbers of recent UFC show.
The unwritten WWE rule about not criticizing other talent in a public forum outside of storyline-related reasons, why it was broken this past week, what was said, as well as looking at the ties beween the ownerships of the different wrestling companies with Donald Trump, statements released, and the key things no talent can say.
New WWE Network updates.
Upcoming guidelines for WWE shows, Paul Levesque talks COVID testing, notes on more WWE cuts, Vince McMahon sends out memo, original Gronkowski plans and why they changed and why now.
Upcoming Backlash and Takeover shows, an update on the XFL bankruptcy, how WWE is involved and more.
Update the Kairi Sane injury, Vince McMahon bio, Drake Maverick angle, people talked about for main roster, WWE hires new man t head the Middle East business, Kurt Angle talks why he’s not returning at this point to WWE, plus we look at the current market value of WWE and poll results, as well as WWE’s own track record.
Coverage of Saturday’s UFC show with the storylines and the business news, plus match-by-match coverage.
A large feature on the retirement of Stu Saks and the westling magazine era, the life and times and the glory years of Pro Wrestling Illustrated, the death of the magazine business, how VinceMcMahon tried to kill it early, and the different stages of the magazine era.
A feature on the wrestling career, and life of Danny Havoc from many of the people who knew him best in the industry.
In-depth looks at the ratings of all the major shows, the key demos and quarters for AEW and WWE, what happened head-to-head and what can be learned from them.
Results of all the major pro wrestling events around the world over the past week.
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MONDAY NEWS UPDATE
Bryan and I will be back tonight covering the reopening of New Japan Pro Wrestling, Raw, New Day, 30 year anniversary of one of the most important matches in history and a lot more. You can send questions to the show to email@example.com,
New Japan’s press conference on restarting the promotion will be at 11 p.m. Eastern right after Raw on New Japan World. The belief is the announcement will be empty arena shows starting imminently, perhaps by next week and they may announce shows with fans starting some time later.
WrestleZone reported that Dominic DeNucci, 88, who was known to have been rushed to the hospital yesterday, is going through a cardiac catheterization process.
With the special 30 for 30 on Bruce Lee last night, he was No. 7 for most searched term on the Internet yesterday with 200,000. NXT Takeover did not crack the top 20 yesterday. For UFC on Saturday, the final tally was UFC was No. 1, Conor McGregor was No. 3, Sean O’Malley was No. 5, Cody Garbrandt was No. 6, Cody Stamann was No. 8 and Chase Hopper was No. 16. It’s pretty clear the show was a much bigger deal than most had predicted it would be.
Randy Orton and Tommaso Ciampa have gone back-and-forth on Twitter. Considering WWE considers it unprofessional to attack others in the company regarding wrestling unless you are doing a program with them, you have to think about work but that’s a waste of time unless the two do a program. Plus both of Orton’s tweets were on the “slapping the leg” direction which is the same line FTR is doing with their worked shoot Young Bucks promo that they did on the Jim Cornette podcast. Why wrestlers would tell fans to look for thigh slapping is beyond me.
Johnny Gargano suffered tightness in his hips and lower back after yesterday’s match with Keith Lee according to Paul Levesque.
The New Day podcast talking racial injustice.
Tonight is the go-home show for Backlash with The Peep Show with Edge & Christian, the VIP lounge with Bobby Lashley, Asuka vs Charlotte Flair in a rematch, Viking Raiders vs, Street Profits in a Decathlon and Bayley & Sasha Banks appear to set up the three-way with the Iiconics and Nikki Cross & Alexa Bliss for Backlash.
Tamina is doing a new character where she went crazy and has been in a mental institution after her loss to Bayley.
Holly Holm vs. Irene Aldana and Edmen Shahbazyan vs. Derek Brunson have been added to a 8/1 show. If Aldana wins, she probably will get a shot at Amanda Nunes. If Holm wins, I have no idea who Nunes faces next.
On the TV show “Billions” on Showtime, which Becky Lynch appeared on several weeks back, there was a reference to John Studd on last night’s show with the phrase “They seem ready to stomp him like Big John Studd.” (thanks to Joe Puccio)
A cool story on wrestling in Richmond, VA from Haystacks Calhoun to Dwayne Johnson with your expected Ric Flair and Wahoo McDaniel detours and descriptions of a promotional war in the city that got quite nasty. (thanks to Mike Kuzmuk)
Daily Pro Wrestling History: Samoa Joe wins King of Mountain Match to retain TNA Title
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