SUN. UPDATE: More on Hendricks vs. Lawler, UFC 171 interest, Nick Diaz, Lots of new TV tonight, Change in big show today, Foley, WWE Shareholders meeting, Punk, WWE Network



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        We're looking for your thoughts on yesterday's New Japan New Japan Cup show from Korakuen Hall in Tokyo and yesterday's UFC 171 from Dallas, so you can leave a thumbs up, thumbs down or thumbs in the middle along with a best and worst match to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  
 
        We're also looking for reports on today's WWE Team Cena in Dallas and the Team Bryan show in Corpus Christi.
 
        Raw on Monday is in San Antonio, with Undertaker scheduled for the show.
 
        Smackdown is Tuesday in Houston with both John Cena and Undertaker booked for the show.
 
        The new issue of the Wrestling Observer is up on the site today with a WrestleMania update, a story on one of the more heinous crimes in pro wrestling history with the conviction of Buck Zumhofe of a number a sex charges, as well as an update on TNA coming off the Lockdown PPV, UFC's new phase of international expansion and New Japan's anniversary show, as well as lots of WWE info on who is planned on being pushed going forward.
 
        Our lead story looks at Daniel Bryan being moved into the WWE title match, how it went down, why it went down, as well as thoughts on what hasn't been announced yet, who looks to be in the Battle Royal and what names aren't yet accounted for on the show.
 
        We have a feature on the conviction of former AWA star Buck Zumhofe on sex charges, including notes on the charges, who he was in wrestling, the nature of the victim, what witnesses saw, his entree into wrestling and his career.
 
        We also look at TNA's return to live PPV after several months, problems with the key storylines, where TNA could have made PPV still work and why it's difficult now, a look at the storylines, surprises, business and match-by-match coverage with star ratings.
 
        We also look at UFC's most recent show in London at the O2 Arena, how this is the first show in a new approach overseas, business notes on the show and full coverage.
 
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        We also look at the New Japan anniversary show, including videos, the ceremony, notes on the Okada vs. Ibushi main event and what it showed about both men, as well as match-by-match coverage with star ratings.
 
        We also look at Pro Wrestling NOAH's biggest show so far this year.
 
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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:
 
--Popularity of wrestling in Mexico
 
--How the decline in Mexico differs from the decline in Japan
 
--Strange booking announcements
 
--The Mexican national incredible partners tag team tournament
 
--The last AAA original is no longer with the company
 
--A look at AAA TV plans after Rey de Reyes
 
--First foreigner vs. foreigner Open the Dream Gate title match main event
 
--Notes on the next Dragon Gate big show
 
--Promoter makes promise in national magazine that an April big show will air live on national TV
 
--A look at Pro Wrestling NOAH's upcoming tag team tournament
 
--New Japan vs. NOAH program's next step
 
--Major U.S. star may be less than one month from starting with New Japan.  A look at the clues
 
--A look at the next few New Japan iPPV shows
 
--New Japan adds another overseas tour
 
--Hall of Famer's 60th birthday special show
 
--Feature movie coming up on overseas star
 
--A look at the death of Eikatsu Yoshida, the father of the greatest woman freestyle wrestler who ever lived and why it's made national attention in Japan
 
--A look at 16 Carat Gold tournament in Germany with a number of different major indie group champions and complete lineup
 
--Update on independent shows over WrestleMania weekend
 
--More on Stacy Keibler's wedding
 
--Wrestling personalities having success on iTunes
 
--Notes on new wrestling books
 
--Update on Buff Bagwell
 
--Where the most Hall of Famers have come from
 
--Gulf Coast wrestling reunion
 
--Notes on the wrestlers up for Cauliflower Alley Awards  this year
 
--Where are they now on a short-lived WWE performer who now has a very unique profession
 
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--Updates on the ROH shows with New Japan
 
--Value of Japanese in ROH
 
--A look at the weekend ROH title change
 
--ROH star buries hatchet with WWE stars
 
--A.J. Styles upcoming ROH schedule
 
--A look at all the details of the weekend ROH shows
 
--Jeff Jarrett teases his big announcement and what former name in production is with him
 
--Notes on TNA's upcoming TV tapings
 
--Davey Richards talks WWE and ROH
 
--Update on Thiago Silva after his arrest
 
--Notes on this upcoming wee's UFC show
 
--UFC's upcoming dates in Europe for the next year
 
--Update on Conor McGregor
 
--UFC running two shows in different parts of the world on the same day
 
--Chael Sonnen talks competing without TRT
 
--California commissioner talks TRT
 
--Notes on UFC Fight Pass
 
--Anderson Silva throwing kicks
 
--Next Fight Pass card
 
--UFC injury updates
 
--Lots of upcoming UFC events
 
--Notes on Bellator's first PPV show
 
--A rundown of Bellator's last show and next show
 
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SUNDAY'S NEWS UPDATE
 
--As far as round-by-round stats, here were the significant strikes landed per round in the UFC 171 Johny Hendricks vs. Robbie Lawler main event:
  • Round 1 - 15-13 Hendricks
  • Round 2 - 42-21 Hendricks
  • Round 3 - 43-33 Lawler
  • Round 4 - 56-34 Lawler
  • Round 5 - 34-17 Hendricks
 
--UFC 171 is the third most searched for trend today behind Wayne Knight and David Brenner with more than 200,000. That's a normal number, so this would indicate a normal level of buys on PPV. That number is well down from UFC 170, but up from 169. 
 
--Nick Diaz was at UFC 171, and said that he wanted to fight again...Dana White gave no indication who would be the next welterweight title contender...White also announced a 6/28 show in San Antonio which will be an FS 1 TV event.
 
--Total Divas! new season starts tonight at 9 p.m. on E!
 
--Week two of the Chael Sonnen vs. Wanderlei Silva season of Ultimate Fighter will air tonight on Fight Pass.  Episode one was a gigantic hit on Globo in Brazil.
 
--Combate Americas featuring Daddy Yankee as commissioner airs on mun2 tonight at 10 p.m. Eastern. 
 
--Mick Foley appears on Wrestling Observer Radio this coming Wednesday.
 
--Blue Demon Jr. pulled out of today's Rey de Reyes show in Monterrey, Mexico for AAA.  There was an attempt to put this show on iPPV in the U.S., but it didn't happen.
 
--The annual WWE Shareholders meeting is 4/25 at the company headquarters in Stamford, CT.
 
--There is discussion of a St. Patrick Day's skit on Raw on Monday.
 
--CM Punk appears as part of a panel on AMC's Talking Dead at 11 PM EST.
 
--We're still getting complaints from those with Roku 3 or XBox 360 regarding the WWE Network. For Roku 3, if Roku doesn't have a heading for something, you can't access it. None of the 1985, 1986 and 1987 house shows are available nor the 1983 World Class shows, but 1982 are.
 
--The Conor McGregor documentary from Ireland is on YouTube. (thanks to Brian McCormick)
 
--Ricky Morton is doing a training seminar on 3/30 in Fayetteville at the RWC Training Academy at 2485 Hope Mills Rd.  It starts at 1:15 p.m. and cost is $30.
 
--The movie "The Lady Wrestler," debuts on 4/4 at The Seven Sister Inn in Ocala, FL.  It features women wrestlers that are being trained by Dory Funk Jr.  It starts at 6 p.m.  There will be autographs and a photo session at 6:30 p.m., and a second showing at 7 p.m. as well as scenes from a sequel at 7:30 p.m.
 
ON THIS DAY IN PRO WRESTLING HISTORY (thanks to Graeme Cameron and Brian Hoops)
1973 - Dr Wagner beat Enrique Vera in Mexico City to win the Mexican national light heavyweight title
1973 - Gene Kiniski beat Terry Funk in St. Louis to win the Missouri State title.  Kiniski subbed for Johnny Valentine, who suffered a heart attack that week. 
1989 - Hiroshi Hase beat Shiro Koshinaka in Yokohama to win the IWGP jr. heavyweight title
1992 - Kamala beat Koko Ware to win the USWA tile and Jimmy Valiant beat Dr Death for the Southern title in Memphis
1996 - D-Lo Brown beat Bobby Blaze to win the HWA title
1997 - Dean Malenko bat Eddy Guerrero to win the U.S. title in Charleston, SC
2003 - Fedor Emelianenko beat Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira to win the Pride heavyweight title, beginning a reign that lasted until Pride closed up in 2007. 
 
--Celebrating birthdays today include Kenny Bolin (54), Mark Canterbury (Henry Godwinn) (50), Steve Armstrong (49) and Kenny Doane/Dykstra (28)
 
--Bellator fighter Terry Etim suffered a torn ACL and he's out of this coming Friday's show.  Etim was to face Derek Campos in the first round of a lightweight tournament.  Tim Welch (10-4) is entering the tournament on a less than a week's notice.
 
--WCWF on 3/21 at the WCWF Arena in Yuba City, CA
 
--Big Time Wrestling on 3/28 in Newark, CA at the Pavilion featuring Honky Tonk Man's final match in Northern California against Ka Ka Meng.  
 
-CMLL has a legends show on Monday night in Tulpetlac 
 
--A story on the kind of companies that could be interested in buying WWE is at http://whatculture.com/wwe/5-companies-want-buy-wwe.php
 
--Steve Corino won the PCW title last night in Winnipeg ending the two-year reign of Antonio Scorpio.  The next show if 4/5 at the Garden City Shopping Centre at Center Court with Harry Smith vs. Adam Knight in what is being promoted as the first cage match in Winnipeg in ten years.
 
--Former wrestler Jon Stewart (AWA) is in negotiations with Emmy winning Executive Producer Adam Wikenfld at Documentary Markes Inc. for a project.
 
--Over 200 people (only those invited allowed) were in Fort Worth on Friday night for the Texas Wrestling Hall of Fame ceremonies.  Honored were Stan Hansen, Terry Gordy, Gary Young, Todd Hecht, Rick Manning, Khris Germany, Awesome Kong, Dusty Wolfe, Ray Evans, Matt Borne and Devastation Inc.  The families of both Gordy and Borne were there, as were James Beard,Matt Riviera, Dr. Ken Ramey and Tim Storm. (thanks to David Farmer)
 
--Lucha Xtreme on Fresno TV last night:  Will The Beast b Kevin El Divino, Mustafa Saed b Trap Johnson, Marcus Eriks b Mike Hayashi, Johnny Plinko d Wiseguy. 
 
--Lucha Xtreme has an iPPV at 4 p.m. Pacific time today for $4.99 at www.luchaextreme.com.  It includes access to all of the company's TV shows over the past three years.  The show is a One-night Gold Cup tag team tournament from Merced, CA at the American Legion post with Al Azar & Super Tiger, Suburban Commandos, JR Kratos & Mike Rayne, Sheik Khan Abadi & Crimson Plague, The Texas Hitmen and Jeff Cobb & Johnny Plinko.
 
--In Your Face Wrestling from last night in Ballston Spa, NY:  Northern Studd won four-way over Lance Madewell, Ronnie Ribbs and Elite Terrell, Prince Ashaul-Naul & Dex Chase b Good Lord Willing & Lenny Oddity, Jamar Justice & Gabriel Soul b Ian Daniels & Ricky Rocket, Kenny Doane b Ricky Williams-DQ, Fronz Roddy b Chuck Deep in a pole match, Vigo & Sgt. Fury b CJ Scott & Evan Fellows to win tag title Roman Dominguez b Liam McFerrin, Tommy Dreamer & Rhino & Bobby Oceans over Justin Credible & Chip Stetson & Pierre Vachon in an elimination match.
 
 --The Prairie Wrestling Alliance announced they are bringing Iron Sheik and Bushwhacker Luke Williams in for an Alberta Legends tour in May.  For more info you can go to www.pwawrestling.ca  (thanks to Dwayne Soper)  
 
--Pro Wrestling International from last night in Gibsonville, NC:  Bobby Wohlfert b Joe Storm, Jimmy Parker & Ric Converse & Aaron Biggs & Matt Houston & Louis Moore b Ray Kandrack & Manny Garcia & Ryan Zane & Jason Miller & Nick Richards, Arik Royal b Smith Garrett, Mark James b Chase Dakota to win the Mid Atlantic TV title, Michael McAllister & Mecha Mercenary b Evan Banks & Arrick Andrews-DQ, Trevor Lee b Charlie Weston, Chet Sterling b Chris Lea, And Dawson b Hurricane Helms
 
--UWE from last night in Harrisburg, PA.  The promotion listed the attendance at 1,300 but our correspondent said that looked high.  They put the main event of Sage Strong winning the UWE title in a four-way over champion Kevin Murphy, The Mercenary and Ryan Kolby because guest enforcer Kevin Nash said he had to go home (Nash did a choke slam and chased a valet backstage--a heel authority figure later in the show overruled the title change), Laszlo Arpad b Slyder, Eddie Smooth b Tony Nese, Laszlo Arpad won Money in the Bank ladder match over Latin Spyder, Shane Malicca, Zack Rayne, C4 and The Wildcarz,  Big Red &  Cyrus Parker b Jaxon Connelly & Nick Myers, Bryan Castle & Red Scorpion b Adrian Bliss & Crimson, Jay Mack b Richie Nightmare in a lumberjack match, A.J. Styles b AR Fox in 25:00 of an excellent match.  Styles said that Fox is one of the best wrestlers on the indie scene.     

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