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        There is seven straight hours of UFC on FS 1 today, nine hours if you've got Fight Pass and can't get enough.
        It starts with a live show from 3:15 p.m. Eastern (12:15 p.m. Pacific) to 10 p.m. from Quebec City, and follows with two more hours of the fights to get into the house for the first episode of the B.J. Penn and Frankie Edgar coached TUF season on FS 1.
Fight Pass at 3:15 p.m. Eastern
Tim Gorman (135) vs. Mitch Gagnon (135)
Chris Indich (170) vs. Richard Walsh (170)
Vik Grujic (186) vs. Nordine Taleb (185)
Mike De La Torre (156) vs. Mark Bocek (156)
FS 1 at 5 p.m. Eastern
Dustin Kimura (136) vs. George Roop (135)
Sean O'Connell (204) vs. Ryan Jimmo (205)
Leslie Smith (135) vs. Sarah Kaufman (135)
K.J. Noons (168) vs. Sam Stout (169)
Akira Corassani (145) vs. Dustin Poirier (145)
Oliver Aubin-Mercier (169) vs. Chad Laprise (170) for the TUF welterweight finals
Elias Theodorou (185) vs. Sheldon Wescott (184)  for TUf welterweight finals
Kyle Noke (171) vs. Patrick Cote (170) in the coaches challenge
Tim Kennedy (186) vs. Michael Bisping (186) in the five round main event
        We've got a new double issue of the Observer up today covering the death of Ultimate Warrior, the end of the streak, WrestleMania, Jeff Jarrett's promotion and all the news in the biggest wrestling news week of the year.
        We look at the details of the death of the Ultimate Warrior, his health, was the speech the result of something he knew, did he have a premonition of dying young, the keys who his success in wrestling and why it didn't last and more.
        We look at his days as Blade Runner Rock, working in Mid South Wrestling and in Texas, Big Van Vader, how he got over in WWE, the IC title run, Owen Hart, the matches with Hulk Hogan and Randy Savage, why his title run didn't work, people's childhood hero, his bodybuilding fanaticism, his bodybuilding career before wrestling, Sting, his WCW run, his name change, his family, his return to WWE, his projects after wrestling and more.
        We also have a piece by Frankie Kazarian talking about growing up with the Ultimate Warrior  as his favorite wrestler.
        We also look at the end of the streak.  We look at the match, other matches it compared to, the story of the streak, why the streak ended, and the real choice Vince McMahon made.  We also look at how hard they tried to keep it a secret and if it worked.  We also look at the injuries to Mark Calaway.
        We also look at the rise of Daniel Bryan to  WWE champion, the story of this year's WrestleMania, how the stream held up, Extreme Rules, plus match-by-match rundowns with star ratings.
        We also have a look at the business of the WWE network, why it will be a success to a degree but the jury is out on it being a game changer.  We also look at how many subscribers WWE budgeted the network to get this year and next year and the acceleration of its growth that is budgeted as well as how many PPV buys they budgeted WrestleMania to do this year.
        We also look at satisfaction levels of the network.
        We also look at the 25 biggest grossing shows in history in North America.
        We also have an in-depth look at the 2014 WWE Hall of Fame ceremony.  We look at the real star of the Hall of Fame this year, the courting of Ultimate Warrior, the Warrior DVD, the Carlos Colon controversy and all of the speeches.
        We also examine the beginnings of Global Force Wrestling with Jeff Jarrett.
        We've got a look at the New Japan Invasion Attack show, the angle to bring in A.J. Styles, the situation with Prince Devitt, the Gracies, and Naito vs. Ishii feud, the next PPV as well as match-by-match coverage with star ratings.
        We also update the Gina Carano vs. Ronda Rousey situation.
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        We also have a look at the ratings of all the major television shows over the past week, how the segments individually did on Raw and Impact, and results from all the major arena events.
Also in this week's issue:
--A look at the Dragon Gate USA shows
--Build to major New Japan match
--New Japan's Taiwan tour
--Mid South Fan Fest
--History of Mid South Wrestling
--Bill Goldberg and Jim Ross speeches and notes
--ROH TV taping
--TNA taping schedule
--Why people in TNA remain nervous
--Several TNA injuries
--TNA creative updates
--John Gaburick talks about TNA
--Why Sonnen vs. Silva was moved
--Lots of UFC moves
--Cutting of Jake Shields
--Tons of new UFC fights
--Dana White's latest issues with the Diaz Brothers
--UFC star whose career was thought to be over may be fighting soon
--GSP update
--Lots of show over the next week
--Tons of new fights
--Ronda Rousey legal issues
--Update on Sting
--What can be done with Sting
--Talks about future WrestleManias
--Main Event off Ion
--Story behind people out of the company
--Update on Shane McMahon and his business and how it's doing
--Where was Ric Flair
--Legends Roundtable thoughts
--Stan Hansen's big moments in Japan
--The act that broke up on twitter
--Former NFL All-Pro signs with WWE to a unique deal
--Rollins talks the rise of Roman Reigns
--Fan Axxess
--Movie notes
--C.M. Punk update
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--Bryan and I will be back tonight for Wrestling Observer radio.  There is a ton of news to talk about, much of what is in the new issue of the Observer that will be out later today.  If you've got any questions from the issue, you can send them to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
--Ultimate Warrior's wife wrote a letter about Monday's tribute show to
--One of the greatest shows of its time, the first Super J Cup, took place 20 years ago today at Sumo Hall in Tokyo.  You can see it at
--The 4/15 Variety lists the death of Ultimate Warrior as No. 1 among its top five stories on page 6 and page 102 had another story on Warrior's reconciliation with WWE.

--The Wizard World convention on 6/20 to 6/22 in Philadelphia will have John Cena, Batista, Bruno Sammartino and the Bella Twins attending.  The Twins appear 6/20 from 4:30 to 7 p.m., Sammartino on 6/21 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Batista on 6/21 from 2-6 p.m. and Cena on 6/22 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.  The Bellas and Batista also will be donig Q&As.

--Big Show will be doing Wizard World in Atlanta in May. 
ON THIS DAY IN PRO WRESTLING HISTORY (thanks to Brian Hoops and Graeme Cameron)
1960 - Dr. Jerry Graham & Eddie Graham beat Red & Lou (Lou Klein) Bastien to win the U.S. tag team titles
1982 - Giant Baba beat Bruiser Brody to win the Champion Carnival tournament
1983 - Roddy Piper beat Greg Valentine to win the U.S. title
1986 - Cien Caras & Mascara Ano 2000 beat Rayo de Jalisco Jr. & Tony Bennetto to win the Mexican national tag titles 
1989 - Shinichi Nakano beat Masa Fuchi in Tokyo to win the All Japan jr. title
1992 - George & Shunji Takano beat Haku & Yoshiaki Yatsu to win the SWS tag titles
1994 - Toshiaki Kawada beat Steve Williams to win the Champion Carnival tournament
1994 - Chris Benoit as Wild Pegasus beat Great Sasuke in Tokyo to win the first legendary Super J Cup tournament
1999 - Vader beat Kenta Kobashi in Tokyo to win the Champion Carnival tournament  
2000 - Heavy Metal beat Cobarde in Nuevo Laredo to win the UWA light heavyweight title
2000 - Chris Candido won the vacant WCW cruiserweight title over The Artist, Juventud Guerrera, Shannon Moore, Lash Leroux and Crowbar, Shane Douglas & Buff Bagwell beat Ric Flair & Lex Luger to win the vacant WCW tag title, Scott Steiner beat Sting to win the vacant U.S. title and Jeff Jarrett beat DDP to win the vacant WCW title.  This all happened on one show in Chicago.  And you wonder why they went out of business.  
--UK wrestler Marty Scurll was diagnosed with a dislocated AC joint and not a dislocated shoulder as first thought.  He was told he could probably return to the ring in six weeks. (thanks to Patrick Gronemann)
--Absolute Intense Wrestling on 4/25 at Turners Hall in Cleveland with Alex Shelley vs. Tim Donst, plus Kevin Steen & Johnny Gargano vs. Louis Lyndon & Allego.  All matches on the show are billed as Compton Rules matches which means no DQ.
--A story on WWE executive Basil DeVito, a big horse racing fan (who worked in that industry as well) is at
--Gina Carano turned 32 today.  Other birthdays today include George Steele, who turns 77, Vickie Guerrero, who turns 46, and Paul London, who turns 34.
Excellent 12.9%
Good 26.5%
Average 19.7%
Fair 11.4%
Poor 29.5%
        52.9% of those responding didn't see the show
UFC on Saturday night 45.2%
New Japan iPPV 34.7%
UFC on Wednesday night 16.7%
Bellator 3.3%
Okada vs. Styles rematch 30.8%
Styles vs Tanahashi 27.1%
Okada vs. Nakamura 21.6%
Okada vs Tanahashi 13.4%
Styles vs. Nakamura 7.2%
Michael Bisping 71.4%
Tim Kennedy 28.6%
TNA 37.5%
Jarrett's group 26.0%
ROH 15.9%
New Japan 12.3%
AAA 8.2%
Bray Wyatt 36.1%
HHH 26.9%
Roman Reigns 18.6%
Stephanie McMahon 7.7%
John Cena 6.5%
Batista 2.5%
Randy Orton 1.7%
Excellent 5.9%
Good 32.2%
Average 29.2%
Fair 13.6%
Poor 19.1%
        9.5% of those responding didn't see the show 
--Bellator weigh-ins for Friday's show are tomorrow at 5 p.m. local time at the Mid America Center in Council Bluffs, IA
--United Wrestling Coalition on 5/17 in Browns Mills, NJ at the Fire House. 
--Paul Walker's brothers Cody and Caleb will be helping on finishing the scenes for their brother in Fast & Furious 7 which is doing reshooting (thanks to James Stanios)
--AAA is taping television tonight in San Luis Potosi with La Parka & Cibernetico & Fenix vs. Black Warrior & Perro Aguayo Jr. & Jeff Jarrett, and Electroshock & Psycho Clown & Alan Stone vs. El Texano Jr. & Chessman & Silver King as the top matches.
--FRAM Oil Filters purchased last night's CMLL show in Guadalajara, and gave away 3,500 tickets:  Virgo b Demonio Rojo, Demus 3:16 & Nitrito & Pequeno Violencia b Stukita & Astral & Angelito, Stigma & Magnus & Esfinge b Malefico & Rebelde & Canelo Casas, Sangre Azteca & Bobby Zavala & Arkangel de la Muerte b Fuego & Triton & Gallo, Brazo de Plata b Kraneo, La Sombra & Valiente & La Mascara b Averno & Mephisto & Ephesto-DQ
--CMLL from Monday night in Puebla:  Siki Ozama II & Espiritu Negro & King Jaguar b Millennium & Aguila Egipcia & Sensei, Espiritu Maligno & Blue Center & King Jaguar b Hombre Bala Jr. & Super Halcon Jr. & Asturiano, Stuka Jr. & Stigma & La Mascara b Dragon Rojo Jr. & Rey Escorpion & Polvora-DQ, Rush & Atlantis & La Sombra b El Terrible & Rey Bucanero & Vangellys, Mephisto b Mr. Aguila to retain the Mexican national light heavyweight title. (thanks to Kris Zellner and Steve "Dr. Lucha" Sims)
--Fight Club presale for the 6/7 UFC show in Albuquerque at the Tingley Coliseum start today.  Newsletter sales start tomorrow and they go on sale to the public on Friday.  Tickets range from $175 down to $50.   
--Vance McAllister, a Republican Congressman from Monroe, LA, embroiled in a scandal because he was caught on tape kissing a staffer (he's married with kids, as is the staffer), worked with the staffer also in McAllister Promotions, which lists Southern Wrestling Superstars as an affiliate.  Southern Wrestling Superstars was the name of the promotion that booked the talent on Duck Dynasty with Jim Duggan.  The endorsement of the Duck Dynasty crew helped put him in office.
--In John Finnegan's listing of all TV and PPV matches, Jack Swagger lost his 100th TV match last night to Big Show.  Since keeping track in late November 2006, Swagger is only the second person to lose 100 TV matches.  The first was Dolph Ziggler.
--GCW on 6/14 in Oshawa, ONT
--Chris Sabin has been added to the 5/18 IWF show in Phoenix.
--A preview of the Lucha Libre show on 4/27 at the ECW Arena and an interview with Kevin Kleinrock is at

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