Also in this week's issue:
--Latest from Arena Mexico
--First AAA major show of the year
--Notes on Dragon Gate USA's next U.S. shows and former WWE stars involved
--Upcoming Dragon Gate major matches in Japan
--Update on All Japan's first big show of the year featuring Ric Flair and the major league pro wrestling debut of Reid Flair
--Some newcomers to NOAH
--Grandsons of one of pro wrestling's biggest stars get first big win in Japan
--Major contract signing by New Japan
--Notes on the New Japan PPV schedule for this coming year
--Changes in Fantasticmania shows with CMLL and New Japan combined
--A legends show sells out Tokyo with an 80s vs. 90s theme
--An actual challenge a year ahead for the Tokyo Dome
--Two rivals from 30 years ago form tag team
--Sabu returns to Japan
--The end of a major era in pro wrestling with a 45 year institution of the business taking another step down
--Promotion which talked big plans seemingly in financial trouble with bouncing checks
--El Generico's farewell to Pro Wrestling Guerrilla at the DDT4 tag team tournament
--Return of the OMEGA promotion
--Unique lineups for WrestleMania week indie events
--What wrestlers had, as voted by Observer readers, the most consistent great matches of the last four-and-a-half year and who was No. 1
--What tag team is now changing their gimmick to pattern themselves after a fighter who had super heat
--Upcoming ROH shows
--More on the latest Hulk Hogan lawsuits
--Looking into Hogan's claim of losing $50 million
--Future of Hogan wrestling
--Dixie Carter's cryptic comments about more changes coming this year
--Looking at the big picture of where TNA fits in for Spike TV and why it's safe
--Another TNA wrestler let go
--Noes on British Boot Camp
--Background of Zema Ion and a funny college story
--Two UFC fighters fail steroid tests and are suspended
--Business notes from UFC 155
--Details of Dana White's surgery
--A look at upcoming UFC cards
--Longtime UFC headliner says he's leaving no matter what after his next fight and where he's going
--Chael Sonnen news
--A UFC hotbed market essentially passes a law that will keep UFC from debuting
--New UFC fights announced
--Bellator's debut looked at
--MMA TV show quietly disappeared
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Sunday's News Update
--There's not a lot of real news coming out of last night's UFC show, but here's a few notes:
- Dana White didn't attend the show as he's recovering from surgery on his ear Thursday but he was fine and at work all day, before and during the show. They have a set up in Las Vegas which is like a Mission Control center for him to work when he's not there. Lorenzo Fertitta, Joe Silva and Sean Shelby were all running the show live in Sao Paulo.
- Regarding all the questions from last night, Vitor Belfort was asked by ESPN.com about if he's using TRT not all that long ago. This was his response:
"If a question is private, I have the choice to answer or not. If I make it public, it's not private anymore. If I want to say something private, I will say it, but I keep to myself and I respect the laws of the sport. whatever the organization, whatever the law, they know what to do. This is too controversial, what am I going to say something that doesn't accomplish anything? If it's legal, they know what to do. If it's legal, there's nothing to say about it. It's legal."
- Regarding White tweeting that Dan Miragliotta is done because he was mad about the late stoppage in the Khabib Nurmagomedov vs. Thiago Tavares fight, he would have influence over shows in foreign countries because UFC brings its own referees and judges overseas. However, in commission states, the commission choose the referees and judges.
It's one of the reasons that you see John McCarthy refereeing all the time at UFC events, even though he's not on that good terms with UFC and they never bring him to foreign shows. Miragliotta is a New Jersey referee, and unless that commission makes a change, he would on every show in that state, and a lot of other states use him as well, so it's not like he'll disappear even if White doesn't have a change of heart. White has always been critical of Steve Mazzagatti, as have many others, but he's still a ref on virtually every Las Vegas show.
--The WWE is doing market research on WWE.com, asking fans what type of programming they are most interested in for their YouTube channel. Here are the choices:
*Behind the scenes footage, backstage interviews
*Best of video rankings
*Profiles of wrestlers lives at home and out of the ring
*Recaps of matches and highlights
*WWE game shows with fans as contestants
*Wrestler hosted fitness and exercise shows
*Cartoons with WWE characters
*Classic matches from the past
*News show with fan call-ins
--TNA signed a two year deal with Fuel in Australia, which is a pay channel there. Besides Impact and Xplosion, they will also air British Boot Camp and a show called Unfinished Business, featuring footage from TNA's history. The show has aired in the U.S. on inDemand ppv.
--15 years ago today, the legendary Bobo Brazil (Houston Harris) passed away at the age of 74. He was a very important character historically in the sense he broke the color barrier in a lot of parts of the U.S. Legendary wrestler and photographer Tony Lanza was 84 when he passed away eight years ago. And former Texas promoter Grey Pierson was 61 when he passed away eight years ago (thanks to GeorgiaWrestlingHistory.com).
--I really liked the Jose Aldo vs. Frankie Edgar UFC Super Bowl weekend hype commercial. That show is going to be interesting because it's got a very deep undercard with Alistair Overeem and Rashad Evans both fighting. The main event is a match some fans have been looking forward to for years and Demian Maia vs. Jon Fitch is a strong match for a second bout on the card. However, Aldo and Edgar individually are not draws.
--A mention for those of you who didn't listen to it, we've had tremendous feedback to last Wednesday's Observer Radio talking about the history of Houston wrestling
with Peter Birkholz. Particularly if you grew up near Houston, it's a must listen.
--For those of you who do the phone-in and e-mail polls, I've made a decision not to do it for every UFC show as we've done in the past. It's just too much to do it for UFC every week. We'll do it from this point for all WWE and TNA PPV shows, all UFC PPVs, UFC on FOX specials (including the FX prelims), plus iPPV shows from New Japan and ROH and anything else that pops up that would be consider a major show.
I'm not going to do it for weekly Bellator shows, but going forward, we may do it for a major show if it appears something has built up above usual interest levels. We will publish letters on any of the shows, whether they are Raw, Bellator, UFC's and whatever that we don't do polls on.
--We didn't have the this day in history in yesterday's update, but there is one major historical note that 133 years ago yesterday was the first pro wrestling show ever in Madison Square Garden. That's correct, it was January 19, 1880, where William Muldoon, pro wrestling's first U.S. superstar, retained his American Greco-Roman wrestling heavyweight championship beating Thiebaud Bauer, who as legend has it, is a very distant relative of Court Bauer. It was also 21 years ago yesterday when Ric Flair won his first WWF title in the Royal Rumble match in Albany that was probably the most famous of the early Rumbles.
--In UFC picks last night, I had a bad night, only getting the Nurmagomedov fight right. Mike Sawyer (picked Belfort) and Josh Nason opened 3-1. Mike Sempervive (also picked Belfort), Todd Martin and Oliver Copp were 2-2 and I was 1-3.
--Also wanted to make mention of the death of Stan Musial and Earl Weaver yesterday: two of the all-time greats in baseball, Musial as one of the greatest players in history who was the St. Louis sports icon, and Weaver as a Hall of Fame manager.
--The new Sports Illustrated has a full page Bellator ad with their eight big stars in a photo. The guy they put front and center as their biggest star was Michael Chandler and not King Mo.
--This was not national, but there was a 60 second Bellator ad in some markets during last night's UFC show on FX. I also saw a Royal Rumble ad during the show.
--Donald Cerrone was on last Tuesday's episode of "Justified" on FX doing an underground MMA fight. He did the job. (thanks to Don Boike)
--La Sombra won the NWA world historic light heavyweight title from Dragon Rojo Jr. earlier today at Tokyo Korakuen Hall at the combined CMLL/New Japan Fantasticmania card.
--Mick Foley will be doing his comedy act in Northern California in March with dates on Wednesday, 3/20 in Sacramento and the next night at Cobb's Comedy Club in San Francisco.
IF YOU WATCHED BELLATOR ON THURSDAY
Will watch it next week and every week 46.2%
Will watch it next week for Ben Askren and/or King Mo, but not every week 24.0%
Will not watch it again 22.1%
Will watch on occasion but not next week 7.7%
***That's not a good sign overall for the rating staying anywhere near that level on a regular basis.
WHAT WAS THE BEST FIGHT ON THE BELLATOR SHOW?
Pat Curran vs. Patricio Pitbull Freire 50.8%
Michael Chandler vs. Rick Hawn 27.0%
Renato Babalu Sobral vs. Mikhail Zayats 22.2%
WHAT WAS THE BEST OF THESE TV MATCHES THIS PAST WEEK?
John Cena vs. Dolph Ziggler 45.4%
James Storm & Jeff Hardy vs. Austin Aries & Bobby Roode 20.5%
Randy Orton vs. Antonio Cesaro 16.2%
Wade Barrett vs. Randy Orton 8.6%
Orton & Daniel Bryan & Kane vs. Damien Sandow & Cody Rhodes & Wade Barrett 5.4%
Sheamus & Alberto Del Rio vs. Big Show & Dolph Ziggler 3.8%
DID YOU LIKE SMACKDOWN?
***38.6% of those responding didn't see the show
--On this day in history with Brian Hoops and Greame Cameron
- 54 years ago: Joe Christie beat Pepper Gomez to win the Texas heavyweight title in Dallas
- 52 years ago: Pepper Gomez & Hogan Wharton beat Jet Monroe & Sputnik Monroe to win the Texas tag team titles in Houston
- 51 years ago: Fritz Von Goering beat Billy White Wolf (Adnan Al-Kaissie) to win the Pacific Northwest title
- 49 years ago: Don Leo Jonathan & Kinji Shibuya beat Dory Funk Sr. & Dory Funk Jr. to win the Canadian Open tag team titles in Vancouver
- 45 years ago: Killer Karl Kox beat Mario Milano in Melbourne to win the IWA world heavyweight title
- 43 years ago: Kinji Shibuya & Mitsu Arakawa beat Killer Buddy Austin & King Curtis Iaukea to win the IWA world tag team titles in Sydney
- 41 years ago: Nick Bockwinkel & Ray Stevens won the AWA world tag titles for the first time, beating Red Bastien & The Crusher in Denver. Stevens & Bockwinkel went on to be arguably the best tag team champions in the history of the promotion.
- 38 years ago: Guy Mitchell beat Gene Kiniski in Vancouver to win the Pacific Coast heavyweight title
- 37 years ago: Randy Poffo (Randy Savage) and brother Lanny beat the original British Bulldogs (John Foley & Edward Heath) to win the Gulf Coast tag team championship in Mobile
- 34 years ago: Thor the Viking (Scott Irwin) beat Terry Funk to win the Southern title in St. Petersburg
- 29 years ago: Killer Khan beat Archie The Stomper Gouldie in Calgary to win the North American title
- 26 years ago: Badnews Allen beat Ron Simmons in Tampa to win the Florida title, Mike Davis & Tommy Lane as the RPMs beat Jeff Jarrett & Billy Travis in Memphis to win the Southern tag team titles
- 16 years ago: Mitsuharu Misawa beat Kenta Kobashi in one of the best matches of the decade in Osaka to win the Triple Crown
--CWE from last night in Winnipeg: Marius b Robby Royce, J.J. Sanchez b Rick Matthews, Matt Fairlane b Danny Duggan, Anderson Tyson Moore b La Sombra (not the CMLL star), Mentallo & Tyler Colton over J..J Sanchez & Kory Kinkade, Shadow Xtreme & Blake Martel and Scottie Raver & Bubble McFly, Nate Hardy & Tommy Lee Curtis b Darren Dalton & Spyder, Bobby Collins b Mystery Client, Axe b Buddy Wiser, Scott Steiner a 123Approved.ca-DQ, Mike Mission & Cliff Corleone b Big Sexy Beasts, Syko b Kory Kinkade, Robby Royce b Matt Fairline to win the CWE title. Next show is 2/15 at the Polish Fraternal Hall with Sabu and 3/15 at Southeast Collegiate with Shane Douglas.
--Amazing Kong vs. Miya Yim was announced for WrestleMania week on the Shimmer show that takes place on 4/6 at Noon in Secaucus NJ at the Meadowlands Exposition Center.
--For those interested in sumo, there is a daily stream
that starts at 8 p.m. Eastern for the entire current tournament. Every match on the shows are streamed.
--EWF this coming Saturday at The Sports Academy at 293 E. Redlands Blvd. in San Bernardino.
--Southern Illinois Championship Wrestling from last night in East Carondelet, IL before 246 fans (4 shy of a sellout): Max Archer b Brandon Gallagher, Shorty Biggs b Waco-DQ, Gary Jackson b Big Texan, Ron Powers & Jake Dirden b Jimmy Douglas & Brent Myers, Kevin X b Purple Passion Chaz Wesson b Dave Vaughn, Chris Hargas DCOR Alexander Rudolph, Ken Kasa b Ricky Cruz-DQ (thanks to Larry Matysik and Patrick Brandmeyer)
--Lucha Xtreme TV tapings is 2/17 in Fresno at the Sierra Heath Club, and not at the TV studio.
--New Era Wrestling from last night in Shelbyville, IN: Troy Van Zant b Anthony Lee, Aaron Anarchy b Willie Losegain, Donny Idol b Billy Bart, Bishop Brothers b Hillbilly Jed, Osyris b Shawn Cook-DQ, Rob Ramer & Baron Von Kane b Bobby Black & Dylan Bostic, Trash Cassidy b Camron Star, Flash Flanagan b Tom Van Zant. Next show is 2/16.
--Resistance Pro Wrestling from Friday night in Chicago: Tripp Cassidy b Joe Pittman, Chris Castro & Matt Knicks b Ace Hawkins & Brandon Espinosa, Mr. 450 b Steven Walters, Suge D & Epic b Ruff Crossing & John Skyler, Amazing Kong won over Thunderkitty, Nikki St. John and D'Arcy Dixon to become new RPW champion, Col. Jesse Corgan & Chrs Hall b Eric St. Vaughn & GQ, Jocephus b Jay Bradley, Robert Anthony b Matt Hardy. Next show is 2/24 in Lockport, IL at the VFW Post 5788 with a One-night eight-man tournament. The show is a benefit for the Samuel J. Thompson Memorial Foundation. (thanks to Keith Lipinski)
--Platinum Championship Wrestling on 2/2 in Porterdale, GA at 2001 Main St.