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WON NEWSLETTER: June 21, 2021 Observer Newsletter: WWE SummerSlam & Hell in a Cell notes, NXT TakeOver: In Your House review

Updates on the WWE PPV shows heads up the new issue of the Observer, including proposed main events, ticket sales and the reason for the Hell in a Cell change.

Also in this issue:

Update on the health situation of Antonio Inoki.

Another Saudi Arabia lawsuit, the details in the suit and the two possible endings including comments from Jerry McDevitt.

Updated ticket sales for all the WWE shows through early September, demand and comparisons with AEW, plus why WWE books NBA buildings and blocks off most of the building while AEW runs smaller buildings.

Dwayne Johnson talking the presidency, Edge creative, Brock Lesnar in WWE, new WWE hires, house show changes, Ronda Rousey update, international AEW & WWE ratings, what WWE is looking for in tryout camps going forward, ESPY Award, Titus O'Neil, John Cena movie, vaccines in WWE, Andre the Giant history, WWE injuries, WWE new names, plus the most-watched videos of the past week and WWE market value.

The decision by New Japan Pro Wrestling to run three Domed stadium shows in the upcoming months and how the Saitama dates preclude them from their biggest named American stars, plus the attempt to run so many major shows on successive dates in July.

Full coverage of UFC 263, with poll results, match-by-match rundowns, and the future direction of the top fighters on the show.

Full coverage for NXT Takeover, including poll results, star ratings, direction after Takeover, the next two major dates for the promotion, as well as interest level in the show.

An update on Don West, the former TNA announcer, as he battles brain cancer.

The Federacion promotion, the latest company to try and make it as a major group in Mexico, what went wrong, and the history of new attempts to go national in that country.

Stardom Cinderella tournament finals and the main event that has gotten so much talk, Utami Hayashshita vs Syuri, with the background on the two, plus coverage of storylines and direction, match-by-match with star ratings.

More into detail on the ratings than any other source, how many different viewers the shows had, breakdown of who watches the shows and how they watch, DVR numbers and how long the average fan watches.

Results of the major pro wrestling events of the past week


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WEDNESDAY NEWS UPDATE

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  • After starting last week, NXT’s battery charging teases continued to air last night. The night ended with the battery charged at 51 percent. WWE hasn’t revealed who the teases are for.
  • On last night’s NXT, Karissa Rivera had her first match since signing with WWE. She’s now using the name Elektra Lopez and lost to Franky Monet last night.
  • Monet appeared on The Wrestling Inc. Daily and discussed her name change: “I fought really hard for Taya, but sometimes, it’s time to evolve and change and kind of make this new chapter in my career, and I feel like this was the time for it. It was a little bit sad at first because I felt like she died, but she’s always a part of me. Franky is an evolution of Taya, definitely. Anybody who knows my career knows that this is just a natural transition into Franky Monet.”
  • Kushida reflected on facing Kyle O’Reilly on last night’s NXT. Kushida wrote that he was considering retirement around 2017 because he was concerned about his physical and mental health after every match.
  • Samoa Joe will be the guest on next week’s episode of Fox Sports’ Out of Character with Ryan Satin podcast.
  • Austin 3:16 was born on this day 25 years ago as Steve Austin won the 1996 King of the Ring tournament.
  • During a Twitter Q&A, a fan asked CM Punk what it would take for him to appear on Austin’s Broken Skull Sessions: “Money. Nobody gets any royalties for anything shown on peacock. Nobody. Yay wrestling biz!”
  • In an interview with the Metro, Rey Mysterio said he’s not interested in wrestling against his son Dominik: “We actually talked about this a while back, when my son started to train. The more and more we got to spend time together in the ring and outside of the ring, it came to the point where me and my son were like, there’s no need. The connection here is so beautiful, the love -- more than father and son, I think we’re like best friends. For the moment, there’s no time for us to even be thinking, ‘how would it be like to face each other?’ We’re enjoying such a great moment right now within our personal lives, within our wrestling careers. For me, it’s a complete blessing, before I end up retiring -- to have been able to share these moments with my son. So that thought of possibly facing each other, I think was thrown down the trash a while back.”
  • New WWE writer Kenice Mobley appeared on the Asian Not Asian podcast and spoke about being hired by WWE: “Yes, I have just been hired by WWE. Given the things that you know about me and my entire life and what I’m into, yes [that’s surprising]. Yes, also a surprise for me. They did not require me to know anything about wrestling but I do have a background in film production and comedy writing and they’re like, ‘Perfect. Come on in.’”
  • Peacock is coming to Amazon Fire TV starting tomorrow.
  • Sami Zayn, Sonya Deville, and D-Von Dudley were guests on today’s episode of WWE’s The Bump.
  • WWE’s YouTube channel uploaded Triple H vs. Kane in a World title vs. mask match from the June 23, 2003 episode of Raw, Goldberg vs. Kevin Nash from Bash at the Beach 2000, and Roman Reigns vs. Drew McIntyre from Stomping Grounds 2019.

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