We're looking for your thoughts on tonight's WWE Night of Champions as well as last night's ROH Death Before Dishonor, so you can leave a thumbs up, thumbs down or thumbs in the middle along with a best and worst match to
We're also looking for reports on last night's WWE show in Portland, ME and today's TNA show in Wilkes-Barre, PA.
WWE Night of Champions takes place at 7:30 p.m. Sunday in Boston at the T.D. Garden
*C.M. Punk vs. John Cena for WWE title - Should be a good match. No predictions here. If it's me, Punk goes over just because I think he should be champion at the Rumble and it makes more sense for Cena to win it at Mania. But if they think that's what people think, they'll reverse it. Will be interesting since even though Cena is from Boston, they usually boo him there. Punk will be with Paul Heyman which will make a small percentage cheer him more, but probably not the majority.
*Sheamus vs. Alberto Del Rio for World title - Feels like we've seen this one forever. Unlike Punk, because he's got the big money match upcoming, it seems time for Sheamus to lose, particularly since they've done this match so many times. There was a TV tease of the idea that Ziggler would cash it in and later defend against Orton, since Orton vs. Ziggler is supposed to take place after Sheamus vs. Del Rio. Sheamus vs. Del Rio is always solid to good, but I've never seen it great.
*Randy Orton vs. Dolph Ziggler - If these two are on, they have the potential to have the best match on the show. Depending on what the show-long storyline is, could go either way. Orton is going to stick around TV, so his losing and leaving isn't the case, unless they have a change of plans. Ziggler has lost a lot, but that's what they often do to someone who is about to get the title.
*Kofi Kingston & R-Truth vs. Kane & Daniel Bryan for tag titles - Tag titles mean nothing on Kingston & R-Truth. With Kane & Bryan, belts are elevated, can due the dissension gimmick and pass them to Mysterio & Sin Cara, who should have them.
*The Miz vs. Rey Mysterio vs. Cody Rhodes vs. Sin Cara for the IC title - The pressure is on Sin Cara here for a number of reasons. First is that heavily edited match on Smackdown he's taking the blame for. Also, the brief Sin Cara vs. Mysterio spots have to be spectacular. Four-ways are hard to work. This could go either way.
*Antonio Cesaro defends the U.S. title against the winner of a Battle Royal (which takes place at 7:30 p.m. on You Tube)
*Layla vs.. Kaitlyn for the Divas title - Keep this one short please.
Feels going in like a typical WWE show. Main event does match up the two biggest stars in the company as far as the full-timers go, and the promos building were strong. So in that sense it should be above average in numbers, but don't get the impression much above usual and even Cena vs. Punk has been done a lot and doesn't feel special. Looking at the lineup, it's the main event carrying things because Sheamus vs. Del Rio isn't anything special and Orton vs. Ziggler was already done multiple times on television.
Tonight on Fuel will be UFC 147 at 6 p.m., the two-hour Ultimate Fighter first episode from 9-11 p.m. and the Jake Ellenberger vs. Diego Sanchez fight card from February at 11 p.m.
Raw will be Monday night in Bridgeport, CT.
Smackdown will be taped on Tuesday night in Philadelphia.
The new issue of the Observer covering the Jerry Lawler situation is up on the site right now. It's a detailed description of what happened, how it was handled, details on the surgery, recovery as well as a background on Lawler in and out of the ring. We look at him still wrestling and why, why he was lucky to have been where he was when suffering the heart attack and who are the heroes of this situation. We look at how Jerry Lawler got into pro wrestling, how he was first on television as a teenager and his rice to being the biggest wrestling star ever in the state of Tennessee. We look at the emergence of the Tennessee territory as a hotbed, and how Lawler was able to remain as the top babyface in Memphis while playing chicken heel on WWF television in the 90s.
We look at how the WWE handled everything, what Vince McMahon and HHH were doing, the role of Michael Cole, the role of the audience, the final segment on Raw, WWE heart monitoring, as well as some heart attack deaths that took place in the ring in the past.
We also have full coverage of TNA's No Surrender show, including where they go from here, build to Bound for Glory, what happened with the James Storm title chase, plus match-by-match coverage with star ratings and poll results from the show.
We also have why the C.M. Punk/Paul Heyman relationship was developed on television, what name continues to surprise WWE officials in regard to popularity, Raw getting bad dates coming up, notes on this past week's Raw show, the 2013 PPV schedule, major DVD releases currently on the schedule for 2013, Heyman talks Brock Lesnar and UFC Half of Fame and notes on Lesnar after this year's WrestleMania.
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--Japan vs. Mexico tournament
--Notes on CMLL's biggest show of the year coming up
--Wrestlers unhappy about being ignored on big shows
--AAA's Heroes Inmortales lineup, company's next major show
--Notes on new signings
--All Japan creating a TV champion and early tournament notes
--Former WWE wrestler returns to All Japan
--Notes on the All-Asia tag team title tournament
--Early notes on NOAH jr. tag team tournament featuring ROH stars
--Notes on Paul London in Japan
--Kazushi Sakuraba's first match back in New Japan announced for the September PPV show
--Complete New Japan September PPV card
--Notes on the build for Okada vs. Tanahashi
--Two former WWE wrestlers forming a tag team to feud with Kojima & Tenzan in Japan
--Notes on the 20th anniversary show of the debut of Yuji Nagata
--Oldest IWGP champion
--Promotions not thinking long-term and only short-term and risking long-term careers of superstars
--Another well-known wrestler gets elected to political office
--Update on the National Wrestling Alliance
--Notes on the death of Richard Byrne
--Notes on the tour of Aruba with big crowds, including names like Jerry Lawler, Scott Steiner, Kevin Nash, Roddy Piper and Rhino
--Well known indie wrestler attempting to battle back from pain killer addiction
--British star Anaconda passes away
--Notes on ROH Death Before Dishonor PPV
--Notes from the ROH house show in Charlotte
--Update on TNA TV title
--Notes on Devon not being signed
--Notes on TNA new TV special
--Trivia note about the best matches on TNA shows
--Notes on the weekend TNA house shows
--Lots of new UFC matches
--A weekend where FX will be running live shows on Friday and Saturday night
--Jon Jones continues to talk
--Daniel Cormier says he wants Jon Jones
--Dana White talks a number of potential matchups
--Dana White talks more about the canceling of UFC 151
--White talks about instant replays
--Sara McMann's Strikeforce debut
--More on Rousey vs. Cyborg
--Michael Bisping one-liners
--UFC fighter arrested
--UFC's first show in Macau top bouts
--UFC fighter retires
--More on the future of MMA Uncensored
--Dave Bautista on his MMA debut and thoughts
--How the K-1 show did on iPPV
--Notes on the debut of the World Series of Fighting
--The MMA murder case that got national attention
--Another MMA fighter arrested on vehicular homicide charges
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Sunday's news update
--Bryan and I will be back tonight covering Night of Champions and the latest wrestling news. If you've got questions, you can send them to
We also have a special show from last night, which we scheduled to talk about the Ring of Honor show, but instead talked more on how bad everything went down.
--John Layfield and Michael Cole are scheduled to announce the show tonight. I don't know if Josh Matthews will be with them or not. Layfield as best we can tell is only in for this week because he's leaving on Thursday to attempt to climb Mount Kilimanjaro in Africa this coming weekend. But Layfield is scheduled for Raw in Bridgeport to announce the show.
--There were a lot of tickets left for tonight's show, including as of this morning, four tickets available in the front row. (thanks to Emerson Witner)
--Jim Ross is in Boston for non-announcing related business. As of mid-afternoon, he was not scheduled to announce on the show, but it wouldn't surprise me a bit for that to change and him do one match or two.
--Jerry Lawler is expected to be returning home in a few days which is good news.
--Regarding the Ring of Honor show, I did watch the replay this morning. Even on the replay, it was missing several of the early matches. If you look at the results, it starts with Jay Lethal vs. Homicide and continues for the rest of the show.
--Tammy Sytch may not be in rehab given she was posting things on Facebook yesterday.
--There is a must-read article by Paul Lazenby concerning the group John Cena is raising money for at http://paullazenby.com/PL/?p=1739
Lazenby is something of an expert when it comes to organizations raising money for cancer research because he went through years of heartbreak with the death of his wife (who used to be a WWE Diva, Marianna Komlos) from breast cancer.
--The Ultimate Fighter will be airing in the Monday night at midnight time slot on ESPN in the U.K., starting this week.
--Although we noted that the Raw in Australia went unedited, the version on Universal HD last night was heavily edited. In this replay, everything related to Jerry Lawler was cut, including changing of camera shots during the Prime Time Players vs. Kane & Daniel Bryan match, editing Lawler's heavy breathing just before his heart attack and new commentary for Sheamus vs. David Otunga. The Cody Rhodes vs. Rey Mysterio match was edited off the show. (thanks to Leon Peters)
Poll on Ultimate Fighter from Friday night
62.0% of those responding didn't see the show. Not a good first sign that high a percentage.
Poll on Smackdown from Friday night
45.2% of those responding didn't see the show.
What was the best decade for pro wrestling?
Who was the best promoter between 1960-1984?
Sam Muchnick 21.7%
Vincent James McMahon 20.3%
Jim Crockett Jr. 16.7%
Giant Baba 9.3%
Bill Watts 7.6%
Verne Gagne 6.4%
Antonio Inoki 5.4%
Eddie Graham 3.8%
Roy Shire 2.6%
Paul Boesch 2.4%
Jim Barnett 2.0%
Frank Tunney 1.6%
--The Miz & Maryse's dog ran away and they've been on Twitter looking for help in finding him.
--CHIKARA from last night's King of Trios in Easton, PA before 700 fans:
Chuck Taylor & Johnny Gargano & Icarus b Commando Boilshoi & Kaori Yoneyama & Tsubasa Kuragaki (Man vs Women match)
Mr. Touchdown b 1-2-3 Kid
Ultramantis Black & Hallowicked & Frightmare b Obariyon & Kodama & Kobald
Ebessan & Takoyakida b Green Ant & Fire Ant
Sendai Sachiko & Dash Chisako & Meiko Satomura b Mike Quackenbush & Jigsaw & Manami Toyota
Tatanka b Super Dunkerton
Young Bucks & Mike Bennett b Jerry Lynn & 2 Cold Scorpio & Tommy Dreamer
Eddie Kingston b Tadasuke
--Southern Illinios Championship Wrestling from last night in East Carondelet, IL before 257 fans: Brian James b Max Archer, Ironman Kasa b Super Castaldi, Jon Webb b Matt Murphy-DQ, Dave Vaughn b Jimmy Douglas, Ricky Cruz b Alexander Rudolph, Heath Hatton b Bull Bronson, Chaz Wesson & Sean Vincent b Ron Powers & Big Texan (thanks to Larry Matysik)
--Lucha Xtreme TV from last night in Fresno: Crimson Plague b Matt Sparks, A.J. Kirsch b Brandon Pinon, Brandon Groom b Mike Dillinger, J.R. Kratos & Brian Tannen b Manny Fernandez (80s star) & Mariachi (thanks to Jon Southerland)
--The New York Daily News gossip page lists that Kim Kardashian and Stacy Keibler are now buddies, noting they were there at a Madonna concert, a fashion show and at The Lalladium Jewelry on Thursday.
--Former Winnipeg Blue Bombers football player and current TSN radio host Troy Westwood will be guest referee on 9/20 in Winnipeg for the Adam Knight vs. J.P. Kaos match for Premier Championshp Wrestling at the Doubles Fun Club in Winnipeg. Also on that show will be Honky Tonk Man and Kenny Omega.
--Karen Jarrett is now taking independent bookings through Bill Behrens at www.sbibookings.com
She would be flying out of Nashville.
--Rock Star Pro Wrestling from last night in Middletown, OH before 75 fans: Shark Boy b Eddie Gonzalez, Nick Dinsmore b Brutal Bellman, Gee Bradley b Jim Hutchinson, Heather Owens won three way over Zakk Spades & ?, Cody Hawk & Aaron Williams b Matt Branigan & ?, Jimmy Yang b Lil C (thanks to Michael Ryan)
--Big Time Wrestling has a show on 9/21 in Newark, CA at the Newark Pavilion headlined by John Morrison.