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WON Preview WrestleMania 32, Hogan vs Gawker

Subscribers click here to read:  April 4, 2016 Wrestling Observer Newsletter: Wrestlemania 32 preview, Jon Jones arrested 

The latest on WrestleMania 32, the Daniel Bryan story updated, the entire weekend and a look at the history of St. Louis wrestling are all part of the new issue of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter.

The lead story goes into WrestleMania 32, including updated ticket sales, updated gate numbers, how tickets are selling, plus a look at ticket sales and secondary market prices for all the sold out events over the weekend.

We look at the scheduled for the show, what matches will air at what time, what hasn't been promoted, a look at the matches and the odds for the various matches.

We also have an update on the aftermath of the Hulk Hogan/Gawker trial, including what is next, Nick Denton's attempt to explain their decision, and more that has come out.

We also have more on the Jon Jones arrest, the key points and what he's facing. 

We have a lot more regarding Daniel Bryan, the retirement of Brie Bella, the WWE special on Daniel Bryan, and a lot more details of his issues and a time line of thing. 

We look at Friday night's Madison Square Garden event.

We also have a major feature on St. Louis wrestling and Joe Garagiola, the first host of Wrestling at the Chase.  We look at how powerful the show was in its heyday, when Vince McMahon promoted Wrestling at the Chase and why one of the most noteworthy moments in modern pro wrestling took place at the show.  We look at the beginnings of the show and the role Garagiola played in it.

We look at St. Louis wrestling before Sam Muchnick and Lou Thesz, the arrival of Muchnick, the heyday of Bill Longson, the Muchnick vs. Thesz feud and reconciliation, the boom and bust of pro wrestling in the 50s, .  We look at stories from the early days of the show, the first episode, We look at why Garagiola left the show and the story of his last show.  We also look at the story of the only tape from the early era that has survived.

We look at the change in locations of the show and why.  We also look at the Muchnick retirement, the ratings collapse, and St. Louis in modern pro wrestling.  We also look at the colorful life of Garagiola, including his interactions with The Beatles, Yogi Berra, President Gerald Ford along with a look at the baseball career.

We also look at SummerSlam tickets, a crazy Hulk Hogan story from years back, Update on John Cena, more on ESPN's coverage of WWE, WWE wrestler whose push is being rethought, Roman Reigns talks being booed, Newcomers to WWE, and more people getting looks.

We also have notes on all the weekend WWE & NXT shows and details and business notes.

We've got an update on the Global cruiserweight tournament that WWE is putting together.  We also have an update on the WWE Hall of Fame.

We also look at the Hodge trophy and more on the NCAA tournament in Madison Square Garden.

We've also got a look at the AAA Rey de Reyes show

Subscribers click here to read: April 4, 2016 Wrestling Observer Newsletter: Wrestlemania 32 preview, Jon Jones arrested

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Also in this issue:

  • The first Cibernetico vs. Ultimo Guerrero match
  • The 73rd anniversary of pro wrestling at Arena Coliseo in Mexico City
  • Next AAA TV taping
  • More on Joe Doering's fight with cancer
  • History of Americans who have held the Triple Crown
  • Ticket sales for upcoming New Japan shows
  • A look at the AXS TV shows
  • Building the next New Japan major show
  • More on shows over WrestleMania weekend
  • Notes on Lucha Underground business with iTunes
  • Notes on the Lucha Underground talent situation in a few months
  • Lucha Underground's big goals
  • One of the major stars who hasn't been back for the third season
  • Lots of newcomers to Lucha Underground
  • Lucha Underground injury updates
  • Notes on Aztec Warfare
  • Updates on the 2017 Lucha Underground season and all the news from the tapings this past week
  • Updated news on TNA looking for an investor
  • A new TNA deal
  • More on people leaving
  • More on the issues with Preston City Wrestling
  • Ken Anderson says his remarks were taken out of context
  • TNA signs five new wrestlers
  • Ariel Helwani leaves FOX
  • Why his leaving is a black eye to FOX
  • Nate Diaz talks McGregor vs. GSP
  • More on Cris Cyborg's UFC debut
  • More on the UFC's big show in Curitiba, Brazil
  • Update on Yoel Romero
  • Update on Paige VanZant
  • UFC 200 update
  • C.M. Punk update
  • Update on Mayhem Miller   

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