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We’re looking for reports on today’s TNA TV tapings in Orlando, WWE in Lexington, KY (John Cena, Dean Ambrose, Ryback, Rusev, Bad News Barrett, New Day, Tyson Kidd, Cesaro and Luke Harper) and WWE in Wheeling, WV (Randy Orton, Roman Reigns,Seth Rollins, Dolph Ziggler, Kane and Bray Wyatt.
Monday is the live Raw from Cincinnati which is the go-home Raw for Payback, so they are going to have to put a card together, plus TNA finishes its tapings in Orlando.
Tuesday has the first night of the ROH/New Japan tour in Philadelphia. There is no live broadcast of his event. 
Delirious vs. Gedo
Jay Lethal vs. Takaaki Watanabe
Roderick Strong vs. Kushida
Christopher Daniels & Frankie Kazarian vs. Michael Bennett & Matt Taven vs. Young Bucks (ROH tag champ vs. IWGP heavyweight tag champs vs. IWGP jr. tag champs)
Tetsuya Naito vs. Michael Elgin
Kyle O’Reilly & Bobby Fish vs. Hiroshi Tanahashi & Jushin Liger
A.J. Styles vs. ? (Adam Cole at last word was doubtful for the show due to his shoulder not recovering as fast as hoped for)
Mark & Jay Briscoe vs Shinsuke Nakamura & Kazuchika Okada
Smackdown and Main Event will be taped on Tuesday in Evansville, IN.  No John Cena or Randy Orton announced for that show.
Wednesday is the second night for ROH/New Japan in Philadelphia.  There is no live broadcast of this event.
Michael Elgin vs. Kushida
Adam Page vs. Takaaki Watanabe
Roderick Strong vs. Hiroshi Tanahashi
Tetsuya Naito vs. Kyle O’Reilly
Christopher Daniels & Frankie Kazarian vs. Kazuchika Okada & Gedo
Jay Lethal vs. Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Mark Briscoe vs. Jushin Liger
A.J. Styles & Young Bucks vs. Matt Taven & Michael Bennett & ? (also scheduled as Adam Cole)
The lessons learned and the aftermath of Mayweather-Pacquiao is the lead story of a double issue of the Observer, which also includes the history of the UWA promotion, one of the strongest promotions in history but one that few American fans know anything about, , as well as a detailed look at the WWE business as it stands, was WrestleMania really a money loser (it wasn’t but the books say it was and why), how the WWE network is doing, Sami Zayn on Raw and his injury, New Japan’s last PPV, NOAH’s tag tourney final, the UFC Reebok deal, Hall of Fame, WWE Payback and so much more.

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We look at the Mayweather-Pacquiao fight and what can be learned from it regarding business, why it worked, the questions regarding the shoulder injury and how it was handled, the lawsuit filed against Pacquiao, and why the ceiling of interest was busted so badly.
We have our quarterly look at WWE financials, including the strange dichotomy of good results and a stock market price drop, WWE network subscribers, how many were new subscribers, how many old subscribers came back for WrestleMania and how many came from the free offer.  We look at the expense of the network,the money lost on it, how much more money the company is making from TV, and how much was spent and generated by WrestleMania this year.
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We also look at what show was a ratings success, a look at WWE’s current estimates for profitability next quarter and subscription numbers, we look at where WWE profits the most by category and a history dating back to 2011, we look at every aspect of company business as well as revenue by geographical area.  We look at the money WWE looks to make from television this year, the last remnants of PPV, a breakdown of how all the recent WWE movies did, the house show business, the merchandise business, the video game business, best selling DVDs, web site and more.
We also have a feature on Sami Zayn and his injury and how things had to be changed.  We look at what the debut was patterned after.
We also look at Payback, Hulk Hogan talking one more match and claiming he was approached by UFC, pro wrestlers who actually were approached by UFC, the real story behind the WWE/Tapout connection and it’s not what people think, Stephanie McMahon being gone form Raw, Stephanie talks Ronda Rousey, thoughts on women in WWE going forward, return of Chris Jericho and dates, Rock box office, curb stomp update, More WWE injuries, NXT ticket sales, ESPN piece, NXT as a facility, Bischoff and Prichard talk Monday Night Wars and 1997 Survivor Series, Michelle Beadle  and HHH, Linda McMahon rumors, Former star writes a book, WWE in China, Next WWE movie, plus notes from all the house shows over the past week and business notes.
We also look at New Japan’s Dontaku show with match-by-match coverage, ratings and poll results.
We also have a huge historical feature on the UWA promotion, which from the mid-70s through the early 90s was one of the biggest and most successful companies in the world.  We look at the life and career of Carlos Maynez, who passed away last week.  We look at how he and his uncle got started in wrestling and how the UWA got off the ground.  The UWA story, both its rise and fall, is interesting, because of how similar it is to many U.S. groups and the lessons very clear about the ups and the downs.
We also look at the legends of both Lucha Libre, but also Japanese and American pro wrestling who headlined the company’s biggest shows, including Canek’s matches with the likes of Andre, Thesz and Hogan. 
We look at how the UWA got started, how big its first show was and the key move made in beating the opposition’s champion on the first show.  We also look at the gimmick, still used today, that they used on two of their biggest early shows.
We look at the two Thesz vs. Mascaras matches, and how UWA wooed so much top talent.  We look at the big stars of the company, and them pushing smaller talent and women.  We look at the building of Canek to be one of the most important figures in Mexican wrestling history, as well as their big 1978 run of 20,000 attendance shows week after week and the hotshot booking involved.
We look at the El Toreo heyday, and the legends involved in those shows, as well as the small town wrestling, the breakup of the company, its legendary matches and attempts to run opposition.
We also look at the final run of sellouts including what American star was in the main event of the last two.
We look at the factors in the fall of the promotion.  We also look at the kidnaping of Carlos Maynez in 1997 and what happened.
We’ve got a story on the Reebok deal with UFC and he reaction to it.
We also look at one of Dragon Gate’s biggest shows of the year and the cage match of death on top.
We also look at the finals of the Pro Wrestling NOAH tag team tournament.
We also have a feature on the revamped UFC Hall of Fame, and what part WWE played in its long-term goals.  We also look at many of the leading candidates.
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Also in this week’s issue:
–Mexican national welterweight title change
–Legend says going to the promotion that made him a legend is something he’s now sorry about
–Dream match of two of 80s top babyfaces
–Arena Mexico anniversary show coverage
–Just how many shows there were in Mexico City on one day
–A look at the AAA World Cup tournament
–AAA’s version of SummerSlam announced including the main events
–A look at two major AAA TV tapings
–Two huge AAA events looked at
–President of one wrestling company becomes CEO of another
–Road to Keiji Muto tournament
–Champion Carnival coverage
–New Japan’s return to U.S. TV
–Terry Funk has one more match booked
–The strangest elimination for a shot in a world title tournament
–Notes on Global Force Wrestling
–A look at the announcing situation
–A look at the talent
–Lots of surprises when it comes to talent
–Clarification on different talent
–Notes on funeral of Verne Gagne
–Why a wrestler shot up his office
–Gene Okerlund at the funeral
–Gagne vs. Dick Hutton as pro wrestlers at the funeral
–Preston City Wrestling notes
–Unique match the company is booking
–Who is coming to the group over the next few months
–Different versions of the Ron Wright plane blowing up story
–Update on Ventura lawsuit
–Phil Baroni’s pro wrestling debut
–What other MMA names as well as actor involved with Baroni’s first match
–The biggest angle i Roller Games history
–Tasteless angle
–More on Lucha Underground and what comes next
–Update on Adam Cole in ROH
–TNA’s next PPV show
–TNA China tour cancellation and fallout
–Morale issues
–Update on Jeff Hardy
–Update on Billy Corgan and TNA
–What international act TNA is pursuing
–Update on TNA and Destination America
–TNA announcing situation
–More on Samoa Joe leaving
–Kurt Angle in Vin Diesel movie
–Dana White talks Jon Jones
–More on Khabib Nurmagomedov injury
–Rashad Evans targets return
–A look at the UFC light heavyweight title situation with Jon Jones gone
–Jon Jones threatened legal action against the Nevada commission
–A look at the legal letter
–UFC injuries and fight changes
–Stipulations for this week’s UFC main event
–Update on UFC ticket sales
–Why judo officials aren’t happy with UFC’s rise
–Fighter retires due to concussion concern
–Fighters in a match next week get very heated over steroid charge
–Bellator signs K-1 Grand Prix winner     
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–HHH & Stephanie McMahon are listed in the TV previews as returning on Monday’s Raw as they attempt to rebound from a record seasonal low last week.  They go against NBA playoffs again, but no LeBron James.  Stephanie returns from going around the world for her Eisenhower fellowship.
–Canelo Alvarez had 250,000 searches yesterday.  Nothing from UFC or WWE was on people’s minds.  Lots of basketball stuff as well as NASCAR, but the only thing ahead of Alvarez was Mother’s Day related searches.
–Stipe Miocic landed 361 strikes on Mark Hunt last night, breaking the all-time record for a five-round fight set by Chael Sonnen in the first Anderson Silva fight, of 320.
–They also tied a modern record with three finishes in less than one minute, and it was a bad night for oddsmakers and only three favorites won.
–Judge Anthony Dimitriou actually gave a 10-9 third round score for last night’s Mark Hunt vs. Stipe Miocic fight.  The other two gave it 10-8s.  I thought it was a borderline 10-7.
–Fightpass is offering seven days free to watch yesterday’s show if you aren’t a subscriber.  Last night’s show was one of the better shows of the year. 
–The House of Hardcore promotion begins a short run on The Fight Network in Canada on Tuesday, in helping to build up a show in Toronto.
–The masked man mystery partner of Maybach Taniguchi at today’s NOAH show in Yokohama was Yuji Nagata, as expected.  Well, he went by the name Maybach Blue Justice, so who could it be.  Expect the new team to feud with Suzuki-gun.
–No surprises at the WWE house shows this weekend.  The NXT people on tour are Tyler Breeze and Charlotte.
–One of the reasons WWE isn’t adding a ton of old footage to the network is that almost nobody watches it.  The stuff that is popular are the specials and NXT has now become popular.  The Roman Reigns 24 and Jericho with Stephanie were the most watched shows of the past week.  Also popular is the Springer show, the last two PPV shows and the Austin season of Tough Enough.     
–One of our readers noted something funny.  I got the Topps 2015 WWE card set.  There is an all-time legends category in the set.  The legends were Bret Hart, Jimmy Hart, Hulk Hogan, Ultimate Warrior, Sting, Pat Patterson, Ric Flair, Bruno Sammartino, Roddy Piper, Jerry Brisco (not Jack) and Virgil.  One of those names may not belong.  On the back of the Virgil card, it reads that his career highlights were beating Ted DiBiase for the Million Dollar belt at the 1991 SummerSlam show, competing at two WrestleManias and challenging Bret Hart for the WWE title in 1992.
–Sam Polinsky, the brother of Corey Graves and a former WWE developmental wrestler, is running a show on 6/27 at the Bradenton, FL Area Convention Center that will be headlined by Dr. Wagner Jr. vs. Silver King.  The undercard will include the former C.J. Parker, Kahagas, Titan, Jay Rios, Lince Dorado, Mike Cruz, Andrea (Rosie Lottalove), Rosa Negra, El Hijo del Dr Wagner Jr.
–On Friday night, the Impact show in Canada on Fight Network started with the Eric Young vs. Kurt Angle match in progress, went about two minutes and cut away to a Best of M-1 Challenge show, followed by a UFC preview, and then the RFA vs. Legacy Fights show aired live. (thanks to Paul Fontaine)
–Sting, Roddy Piper, Bobby Heenan, Ted DiBiase, Booker T, Sharmell, Tommy Dreamer, and Charles Wright will be signing autographs at the Houston Comicpalooza from 5/22 to 5/25.  For more info go to (thanks to Pete Schirmacher)
–If anyone in Pittsburgh is watching the Bruno Sammartino documentary, let me know how it went. 
–The CHIKARA anniversary show on 5/24 in Easton, PA at the Palmer Center features Hallowicked vs. Ashley Remington for the Grand Championship of CHIKARA.
–Doc Gallows’ Southern Fried Wrestling from last night in Barnesville, GA before 400 fans:  Paul Lee b Andy Anderson, Sal Rinauro b Michael Stevens, Jimmy Rave b Brian Myers, Washington Bullets won over Young Lions, Southside Trash and Trinity, Tama Tonga b Tyson Dean, Amber Gallows b Pandora, Jeff Jarrett & Doc Gallows b Iceberg Slim & Tank. (thanks to Kris Zellner)
–Pro Wrestling Championship Series from last night in Granite City, IL:  Mike Outlaw b Brandon Espinosa, Adam Rich b Tank Engine Tommy, Jake Dirden b Adam Raw, Steve O . Reno b Jeff Gant, Jojo Bravo & Alexandre Rudolph & Jake Parnell b Danny Adams & Mikey McFinnegan & Zakk Sawyers, Evan Gelistico & Pierre Abernathy b Davey Vega & Mat Fitchett-DQ, Gary Jay b Outkkast, ACH b Curt Stillion, Steven Kennedy b KC Karrington (thanks to Patrick Brandmeyer)
–Lucha Xtreme TV from last night in Fresno:  They announced the 5/24 main event at Fresno Grizzly Stadium for the Lucha Wars iPPV with JR Kratos vs. Mike Rayne vs. Dylan Drake vs. Brandon Groom for the vacant title.  No mention was made of former champion Jeff Cobb.  Kevin El Devino & Prince Nagi b Aki Sol & Johnny Dynamo, JR Kratos b Mike Rayne, Brandon Pinion DDQ Manny Fernandez (thanks to Jon Southerland)

–I Believe in Wrestling from last night in Orlando:  Vertigo b Chico Adams, Mike Reed b Josh Parker, Chasyn Rance & Jesus Rodriguez (Ricardo Rodriguez) b Jake O’Neill & Brian Nelson, Jody Kristofferson b Tyranus, Santana Garrett b Cherry Layne to keep NWA women’s title, Rhett Giddins b Josh Hess.  Nest show is 5/30 for the Florida J Cup with Rance, Dorado, Aaron Epic, Jonny Vandal, Josh Hess, Rodriguez, Vertigo and more, plus Garrett defends the NWA women’s title. (thanks to Al Haft)
–Jim Ross interviews Billy Corgan at

–Steve Austin interview at (thanks to Tim Forge)

–A Brock Lesnar backstage story from UFC 184

–Article on California independent wrestler Buddy Royal at

–A story on Dillon Danis, who was on yesterday’s Metamoris show, beating Joe Lauzon
 (thanks to Denis Gorman)
–Kevin Eck’s Mother’s Day story about his own mother at–a-tribute-to-a-terrific-mom-from-her-wrestling-fan-son.html


–A story on Brutus Beefcake is at

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TOUGH ENOUGH Former Tough Enough winner and John Morrison help contestants stay focused on a treacherous ropes course that gives Eric serious trouble.

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WWE NXT Two weeks before Takeover: Unstoppable, Sasha Banks and Becky Lynch sign the contract to make their Women’s Title match official.

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WWE SUPERSTARS This week, we have a huge tag team match up when the Lucha Dragons take on Los Matadores. Plus, Luke Harper battles Jack Swagger.

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OLD SCHOOL Old School Card from Houston features Hulk Hogan defending the WWE Title against Paul Orndorff. Iron Sheik vs. British Bulldog and more.

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WWE PAYBACK 2014 Payback…it’s what’s best for business! Don’t miss WWE Payback, Sunday, June 1, at 8PM ET/5PM PT, live on WWE Network.

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TOUGH ENOUGH Former Tough Enough winner and John Morrison help contestants stay focused on a treacherous ropes course that gives Eric serious trouble.

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WWE BEYOND THE RING The Best of Clash of the Champions, hosted by Dusty Rhodes, highlights some of the greatest matches in the event’s ten-year history!

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THIS WEEK IN WWE This Week the WWE World Heavyweight Championship match at Payback is now a Fatal 4-Way, plus a special look at Roman Reigns’ journey to WWE.

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WWE PAYBACK 2014 Payback…it’s what’s best for business! Don’t miss WWE Payback, Sunday, June 1, at 8PM ET/5PM PT, live on WWE Network.

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MONDAY NIGHT WAR Bill Goldberg rises from relative obscurity to become WCW’s most dominant homegrown talent.

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TOUGH ENOUGH Former Tough Enough winner and John Morrison help contestants stay focused on a treacherous ropes course that gives Eric serious trouble.

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WWE NXT Two weeks before Takeover: Unstoppable, Sasha Banks and Becky Lynch sign the contract to make their Women’s Title match official.

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TOTAL DIVAS Brie and Bryan’s wrestling careers are in jeopardy, and Brie’s attempt to save their future puts Nikki in a tough spot with John

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THIS WEEK IN WWE This Week the WWE World Heavyweight Championship match at Payback is now a Fatal 4-Way, plus a special look at Roman Reigns’ journey to WWE.

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RAW PRE-SHOW From WWE Studios in Stamford Connecticut. Scott Stanford, David Otunga and Corey Graves cover all the events leading up to Monday Night Raw.

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MONDAY NIGHT WAR Bill Goldberg rises from relative obscurity to become WCW’s most dominant homegrown talent.

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WWE COUNTDOWN From the Texas Rattle Snake to Teddy Long, this episode will take a look at the top ten personalities ever to hold the title of GM.

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TOTAL DIVAS Brie and Bryan’s wrestling careers are in jeopardy, and Brie’s attempt to save their future puts Nikki in a tough spot with John

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WWE NETWORK EXCLUSIVE The action continues, live from Raw!

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CULTURE SHOCK WITH COREY GRAVES Corey Graves experiences a culture shock at the 2015 Star Wars Celebration, getting caught up in the hype for Star Wars: The Force Awakens!

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WWE 24 In this edition of WWE 24, we reveal the personal story of this rising star, his family and his memorable experience at Wrestlemania 31.

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