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WON NEWSLETTER: September 6, 2021 Observer Newsletter: All Out preview, more on NXT changes

It is largely predicted, due to C.M. Punk’s first pro wrestling match in seven-and-a-half years, that AEW’s All Out show on 9/5 in Chicago, that All Out will be the biggest PPV event in AEW history.

If that’s the case, it will be the biggest non-WWE pro wrestling PPV show since November 21, 1999, the WCW Mayhem show, which did 200,000 buys. AEW’s prior High Point was Revolution on 3/7 doing approximately 145,000 buys.

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TUESDAY NEWS UPDATE

WWE

  • PWInsider reported that Vince McMahon was not backstage at Raw last night. While he wasn’t there, he was involved with giving feedback and making changes to the show.
  • John Cena is being advertised locally teaming with The Street Profits to take on Roman Reigns and The Usos at the Madison Square Garden SmackDown Supershow on Friday.
  • Damian Priest was interviewed by Metro and talked about joking with Triple H about facing him at WrestleMania. “I make jokes from time to time. Like, hey, Mania – Hunter didn’t have a match, and that was the first time all these legends, none of them [on the show]. I was like, “I mean, did you bring your gear? Because you can have a match, I’m right here!” He started laughing and said, “You’re on a list of people that have asked me that”. I was like, I bet, I can imagine – he gets it all the time by guys being like, “Hey you wanna work? You wanna wrestle?” ‘
  • F9, the latest in the Fast and Furious franchise that stars John Cena, has been released for streaming and digital services today.
  • SummerSlam will be released on DVD on September 21, the same day as A&E’s release of the WWE Biography series from earlier this year. Extreme Rules 2021 will be released on November 2.
  • Vince Russo wrote on Twitter that he worked with WWE this past Friday for a project for Peacock.
  • Matches added to WWE’s YouTube page today include Carlito vs. Ric Flair from Unforgiven 2006, Batista and Kane vs. Great Khali and Finlay from the September 7, 2007 edition of SmackDown, and Victoria vs. Molly Holly from WrestleMania XX.
  • Molly Holly turns 44 today.

Other Wrestling

  • AEW’s Road to Dynamite for this week, which highlights moments from All Out including Bryan Danielson, CM Punk, Lucha Bros., and Ruby Soho.
  • The Countdown to All Out special that aired on TNT following Rampage scored 361,000 viewers, with a 0.18 in the 18-49 demo.
  • Mick Foley released a video titled “WWE, We’ve Got a Problem”, where he talked about AEW’s success in attracting younger talent while seeing WWE’s problems with bringing up people once they are called up from NXT, citing Karrion Kross as an example. "If I was an aspiring talent now, big league talent w/ the major decision to make, I am not sure I would trust WWE creative to do the right thing w/ my career," he said. "You guys did wonders with me back in the day. That was a different time, different place. If it was today, I am not sure I would trust the powers to be with my career in their hands. Until that changes WWE, you've got a problem.”
  • Shingo Takagi, in a post-match interview after retaining the IWGP World Heavyweight title at Wrestle Grand Slam, talked about his body while recovering from COVID-19. “I didn’t wrestle for three weeks, and dropped four kilos in ten days,” he said. “That had me sweating for a while, and then I put five kilos back on. Man, I’ve been in combat sports since I started judo around sixth grade, 25 years plus, and I don’t think my body’s been through anything like a fortnight span like I just had. It just goes to show what the human body is capable of dealing with even though I’m sure mine is complaining about it. It surprised even me, what a wrestler can do."
  • Mas Lucha reported that Vangellys is the latest to depart from CMLL.
  • Pro Wrestling NOAH has launched an English Twitter account.
  • Gangrel told Cultaholic that doctors have told him that he will need total knee replacement surgery and was thinking of getting it done in December.
  • Defy Wrestling has announced three upcoming dates: Seattle, Washington on September 25, Dangerous on October 9 in Portland, Oregon at the Kliever Armory, and Hell Bent on October 14 in Los Angeles, CA at The Lodge Room. Eddie Kingston will be on all three cards. Tickets go on sale on September 10 at 10 am PT at www.defywrestling.com.
  • Vice TV will air a sneak peek for Dark Side of the Ring’s second half of their third season starting Thursday at 9 pm ET.
  • Bryan Alvarez has an article for Sports Illustrated sharing thoughts on All Out weekend and AEW’s current momentum.
  • Sammy Guevara’s latest vlog, including footage backstage from All Out.
  • ZERO-ONE announced today that they have ceased their working relationship with GLEAT over alleged contract tampering in relation to Hayato Tamura. As a result, GLEAT’s El Lindaman has been stripped of the ZERO1 International Junior Championship and ZERO1 World Junior Heavyweight title.
  • Rok-C talked to Jim Varsallone about the ROH Women’s title tournament.

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