SUN UPDATE: Lockdown preview, Cena schedule, why UFC fight off, Former Mr. O passes away, network

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        We're looking for reports on today's Team Cena show in Jonesboro, AR (John Cena, Randy Orton, Batista) and the WWE show in Jackson, TN (Christian, Big Show, Sheamus, The Shield), as well as last night's show in Salt Lake City..
        TNA Lockdown from Miami:
Great Muta & Seiya Sanada & Yasufumi Nakanoueno vs. Christopher Daniels & Frankie Kazarian & Chris Sabin
Tigre Uno vs. Manik
Ken Anderson vs. Samuel Shaw
Gunner vs. James Storm last man standing
Madison Rayne vs. Gail Kim for Knockouts title
MVP & Jeff Hardy & Eddie Edwards & Davey Richards vs. Bobby Roode & Austin Aries & Robbie E & Jessie Godderz in a Lethal Lockdown match for control of wrestling operations
Magnus vs. Samoa Joe, match can only end via submission or knockout for TNA title
Every match is in a cage.  Nakaneouno is Keiji Muto's protege as a future star in Wrestle-1.  Muto can barely walk these days.  His knees are beyond shot.  It's an unpredictable series of matches.  Nothing stands out as must-see, but nothing on the surface looks terribly bad either.  Any TNA show hurts from not having people like A.J. Styles and Kurt Angle involved.

        Raw will be Monday in Memphis.  Besides the regulars, Hulk Hogan and Undertaker and both announced for the show.  Brock Lesnar & Paul Heyman are not announced, which doesn't mean they aren't there, although the idea at one point was not to book Undertaker and Lesnar on the same show until the go-home show.
        Smackdown is Tuesday in Little Rock.  Not that I expect this, but they should do something regarding Billy Robinson, who lived in Little Rock.    
        Part one of the life and times of Billy Robinson, plus updates on WrestleMania, the end of TRT, NXT Arrival and the best UFC show this year highlight the new issue of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter that will be up on the site today.
        Our lead story looks at what happened at Raw, the C.M. Punk sage and how WrestleMania is shaping up.
        We've got a huge feature on the legend of Billy Robinson and what made him among the most polarizing figures of his era.  We look at his background in wrestling, his death, his planned big news for just a few weeks from now that involved one of the biggest stars in wrestling industry and one of the best in-ring performers of the 90s, we look at Billy Robinson in Japan, his debut, his world title tournament win, the legend of his fights with Peter Maivia and Sailor Ed White, his confrontation with the Iron Sheik, Jack Brisco and Karl Gotch, his training of some of the biggest stars in both pro wrestling and MMA of the last 40 years, his family history and why it was a fluke that he even was a wrestler.
        We look at the original movie "The Wrestler" and the AWA of the 70s, his introduction to the promotion, his controversial run through Stampede Wrestling and bouts with Dory Funk Jr. and Archie Gouldie, his matches with Verne Gagne and his MMA training.
        We also look at the end of TRT in Nevada, Vitor Belfort pulling out of UFC 173, why UFC is the only sport to ban TRT, WWE regulations, why Belfort's situation is no unique and more.
        We look at NXT Arrival, including PPV delivery, match content, Main Event delivery, match-by-match with star ratings and poll results.
        We've also got more on the WWE Network, including a poll asking questions about future ideas, notes on Jake Roberts in the Hall of Fame, Paul Bearer Hall of Fame, major sports piece on WWE, greatest champions in WWE  history, Dolph Ziggler, The Shield, Total Divas, new signing, plus business notes from the past week and house show highlights. 
        We also look at the TNA PPV show from Japan, including background, booking and why the titles changed hands.
        We've also got a full rundown of the UFC show in China, with all the highlights of what may have been the company's beset show of the year.
        We also look at Ricochet's win of the Open the Dream Gate title.
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        We also have a look at the ratings of all the major television shows over the past week and results from all the major arena events.
Also in this week's issue:
--How CMLL's first big show main event got changed due to injury
--Upcoming CMLL big shows
--CMLL star heads to China
--Notes on the upcoming Rey de Reyes show from AAA
--Update on the original Sin Cara and why he won't be on TV for a while
--A look at AAA and CMLL's shows over the weekend
--One promotion folds and another goes on hiatus over the past week
--Jake Roberts notes
--Update on Lionheart after injury
--Update on Extreme Rising
--How wrestling related podcasts are doing
--What famous kids movie character was patterned after a former pro wrestling star
--Upcoming big ROH shows
--Update on Rampage Jackson and pro wrestling
--Notes on this week's Lockdown show
--TNA after Lockdown
--TNA TV overseas
--A look at the weekend TNA house shows
--Biggest woman's fight of all-time
--Update on Rashad Evans
--Update on UFC's major new TV deal
--UFC's biggest week of the year
--Diaz Brothers notes
--Tons of new UFC fights
--Bellator's first PPV
--Notes on the first week of Bellator TV
--Major TV show this weekend featuring MMA legend      
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--Bryan and I will be back tonight covering TNA Impact as well as taking your e-mail questions that can be sent to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
--John Cena's schedule over the last 24 hours was a house show in Madison Square Garden, representing the company at the SXSW conference in Austin, TX this morning, and then a late afternoon house show tonight in Jonesboro, AR.  Cena spoke for five minutes in Chinese at the conference.  As part of the conference, Roku did a special presentation where they ran the WWE network all day long with Sgt. Slaughter as guest.  Speaking for WWE in front of a panel besides Cena were Stephanie McMahon, Michael Cole and Perkins Miller. (thanks to Pete Schirmacher) 
--Gerald Brisco of WWE is scouting at the Big-10 wrestling championships today.  The NCAA tournament is two weeks away.
--The only first run programming on the network today will be WrestleMania 26.
--For what it's worth, a check of the WWE Network schedule on Tuesday does not list a live Main Event show.  WWE officials say the show is still scheduled to go live at 8 p.m. Eastern from Little Rock.
--MVP and Jeremy Borash were at the Florida Panthers game yesterday promoting today's show.  When MVP was announced, nobody knew who he was. (thanks to Joshua Izenberg)
--Ethan Carter III on twitter said he was going to issue an open challenge, so there could be one more match on today's show.
--Main event for tonight's show promotional material at and for Lethal Lockdown at
--The reason the Davey Grant vs. Roland Delorme fight was off yesterday's UFC show is Grant suffered a torn meniscus earlier in the week.  Grant tried to fight through it and weighed in Friday.  According to Gareth Davies of the Daily Telegraph, doctors took an MRI of his knee, saw the tear, and flagged the fight.
--Larry Scott, the first-ever Mr. Olympia, winning in 1965 and 1966, passed away yesterday at the age of 75.  He retired after winning it a second time (although did try a comeback in 1979).  He passed away from complications from Alzheimer's, which he's been suffering from for four years.  In one of those early years, Scott beat Earl Maynard (who took third) and Harold Poole (who took second).  Poole briefly was a pro wrestler and Maynard was a star in the 70s before becoming an actor.
--Lots of changes in this coming week's Bellator show from the Horseshoe Casino in Hammond, IN.  War Machine, Joe Riggs and Mark Scanlon are all out of the welterweight tournament, so the first round matches are Paul Bradley (21-5) vs. Nathan Coy (13-4), Jesse Juarez (21-8) vs. Adam McDonough (9-0), Cristiano Souza (7-) vs. Sam Oropeza (10-2) and Andrey Koreschkov (14-1) vs. Nah Shon Burrell (11-3).  The main event is Daniel Straus defending the featherweight title against Pat Curran.
--Doc Young is the consulting producer of a new movie coming out in June called "Jersey Shore Massacre," a comedy/horror movie.  Romeo Roselli, the former WWE wrestler, plays a knock off of Mike the Situation in the cast and Jenni Farley (J-Woww), who briefly worked for TNA during her Jersey Shore run, is Executive Producer.  A story is at    
ON THIS DAY IN PRO WRESTLING HISTORY (thanks to Graeme Cameron and Brian Hoops)
1964 - Geoff Portz beat Billy Joyce in Bradford to win the British heavyweight title.  Portz came to North America in the 70s and his son wrestled as Scott McGhee
1967 - Jim Breaks beat Modesto Aledo in Bradford to win the European lightweight title
1968 - Alberto Munoz beat Rene Guajardo to win the Mexican national middleweight title
1970 - At Madison Square Garden, Bruno Sammartino retained the WWWF title over Krippler Karl Kovacs (Stan "Big K" Kowalski) and Killer Kowalski drew Waldo Von Erich in a battle of heels
1972 - Jean Antone beat Aiko Kyo in Odawara to win the WWWA title
1973 - Don Carson & Dick Dunn beat The Masked Medics (Dale Lewis & Bob Griffin) in Sydney to win the IWA tag titles
1980 - Vickie Williams beat Estelle Molina in Monterrey to win the Mexican national women's title
1988 - Genichiro Tenryu beat Stan Hansen in Yokohama to win the PWF title and Toshiaki Kawada & Samson Fuyuki beat Takashi Ishikawa & Mighty Inoue to win the All Asia tag titles    
1991 - Rick & Scott Steiner beat Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin in Montgomery, AL to become the NWA  world tag tea champions
1996 - Rey Misterio Jr. beat Juventud Guerrera in a 2/3 falls match at the ECW Arena (one of the best matches in ECW history) and Raven beat Shane Douglas to keep the ECW title
2002 - Dan Severn won the NWA title from Shinya Hashimoto
--Hulk Hogan on TMZ said that he hopes C.M. Punk will return to the WWE as soon as possible. 
Excellent  11.1%
Good 21.2%
Average 25.3%
Fair 11.1%
Poor 31.3%
        29.3% of those responding didn't see the show
Excellent 14.0%
Good 23.3%
Average 7.0%
Fair 11.6%
Poor 44.2%
        57.4% of those responding didn't see the show
WWE Elimination Chamber 70.8%
New Japan 2/11 11.6%
New Japan 3/6 7.9%
UFC 170 5.3%
UFC in China 2.5%
UFC Brazil 1.6%
New Japan 2/9 0.3%.
--In the cable ratings last week, USA was first at 2.14 million viewers.  Second place History Channel was a at 2.01 million.  Without Raw, USA would have fallen to No. 4 this week.  Raw's three hours were No. 4, 5 and 6 for the week behind Walking Dead, Duck Dynasty and Talking Dead.  In 18-34, the third hour was No. 9 and in 18-49 the three hours were No 4, 5 and 7.
--Conan O'Brien talks WWE 2K14 at  Pretty funny sketch.
--USWO from last night in Millersville, TN before 61 fans:  Psycho Medic b Aaron Cross, Mikey Muscles NC Big Time Sexy, Nick Stanley b Kevin Zion, Kevin Weatherby b Zack Hartnell, David Knox b Fireball Roberts, Dyron Flynn won three-way over TNT Mottley and LT Falk (thanks to Jimmie Daniel)
--Lucha Xtreme TV from Fresno last night:  T.Rent b Dave Dustra, Mike Rayne b Johnny Dynamo, Jeff Cobb & Johnny Plinko b Mikey Jay & Jesse Pool.  Next show is 3/16 iPPV from the Veterans Memorial Building in Merced, CA.
--Mid Missouri Wrestling Alliance from last night in St. Louis:  Brandon Espinosa b A.J. Williams, Moondog Rover b Rock Lobster, Barackus b Everett Connors, Lynn Mephisto b Dave Osborne, Ace Hawkins b J-Mal Swagg, Da'Marius Jones over Jackson Whitechade & Sean Orleans in a handicap match, Webmaster Stevie K won four-way over Andrew Wilder, Kuro Neko and Laurence Johnson, Gary Jackson & Brian James NC Lynn Mephisto & Barackus (thanks to Patrick Brandmeyer)
--CZW from last night in Voorhees, NJ:  Caleb Konley b Alexander James, Joe Gacy b Tommy Dreamer, Timothy Thatcher b Dalton Castle, John Silver & Alex Reynolds b Sozio & Jake, Pepper Parks b Greg Excellent, Azreael & Chris Dickinson & David & Jake Crist b Juicy Product & Biff Busick & Alex Colon, Masada b Mr. Tofiga, Blk Jeez b D.J. Hyde Shane Strickland b Devon Moore Drew Gulak b AR Fox to keep the CZW title.  Announced for Best of the Best were Timothy Thatcher, Buxx Belmar (from Ottawa), Caleb Konley Chuck Taylor, Lucky 13 and Andrew Everett. (thanks to Bob Magee)     
--Anarchy Wrestling TV tapings from last night in Cornelia, GA:  Tommy Penirelli b Billy Buck, Stryknyn b Nemesis, Shaun Tempers over Ace Rockwell and Slim J, Seth Delay over Vandal, Kameron Kade, Jeremy Foster and Kevin Blue in a Rumble for a TV title shot, Jon & Trey Williams b Lars Manderson & Alex Avgernnos to keep tag titles, Steven Walters over John Skyler and Anthony Henry, Iceberg NC Michael Judas.  Hardcore Hell is 3/29 with Judas vs. Geter vs. Iceberg for the Anarchy title in a no DQ match
--Combate Americas airs tonight at 10 p.m. on mun2
--Matt Striker has been added to the 16 Carat gold weekend shows in Oberhausen, Germany this coming week. (thanks to Patrick Gronemann)
--Great North Wrestling on 5/10 in Smiths Falls at the Morial Center with Honky Tonk Man vs. Sexxxy Eddy an Hannibal vs. Jeremy Prophet for the Canadian title. 

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