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WON NEWSLETTER: September 27, 2021 Observer Newsletter: AEW Dynamite Grand Slam recap, Dark Side of the Ring fallout

Kenny Omega and Bryan Danielson went to a 30:00 draw in what was among the best television matches in U.S. history and arguably the best bout ever on Dynamite in their dream match at the company’s debut in New York City on 9/22 at Arthur Ashe Stadium.

The non-title match presumably sets up a longer time limit championship match down the road. For Full Gear, the decision would seem to be Omega defending against either Danielson or Adam Page.

The show was a landmark event for the promotion, breaking both attendance and gate records and ended up as the second largest non-WWE gate for pro wrestling in U.S. history and the largest attended non-WWE pro wrestling event in the country in 22 years.

The most talked about aspect of the week was the ratings, and whether the show would beat Raw. Dynamite in its history had two episodes that beat Raw’s 0.49 (642,000) in 18-49, the very first episode and the show two weeks earlier coming off All Out and the debuts of Bryan Danielson and Adam Cole.

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SATURDAY NEWS UPDATE

WWE

  • Last night’s SmackDown averaged 2.087 million viewers in the fast national ratings. The rating in the 18-49 demo was a 0.5. Final ratings will be out on Monday.
  • Shane Thorne debuted a new persona playing off of his Australian heritage in a dark match prior to last night’s SmackDown. Thorne tweeted about the new look: “Just to let yous know what I'm trying now is all me and my ideas. A huge inspiration for me is @WWENikkiASH and you can't deny that she is doing incredible! Wrestling can be fun! So relax mate and let's have a good one”
  • Pat McAfee did The Sandman’s entrance when he came out to do commentary for last night’s SmackDown in Philadelphia.
  • Becky Lynch spoke about how having a child has helped her deal with the body issues she’s had: “I just feel like I appreciate my body more. I go, ‘Well, you know what? I’ve created a life … this is great … this is great.’ I don’t really care how it looks any more, you know what I mean? If that makes sense? I’ve always had body issues, and I was always self-conscious about, you know, whether it’s showing my stomach off… and now I’m just real proud of the function of it, of everything it can do. So, I don’t know if it’s a mental thing that just turns into a physical thing. If that makes any sense?”
  • Inside the Ropes uploaded a media session with Bianca Belair.
  • Barstool Sports’ Robbie Fox interviewed Liv Morgan ahead of Extreme Rules.
  • I previewed Extreme Rules for Sports Illustrated.
  • John Morrison appeared on this week’s episode of WWE After the Bell.
  • John Cena and Kathy Bates have joined the cast for the political thriller movie “The Independent.” Deadline wrote: “Set during ‘the final weeks of the most consequential presidential election in history,’ the movie will follow an idealistic young journalist (Jodie Turner-Smith) who teams up with her idol (Bian Cox) to uncover a conspiracy that places the fate of the election, and the country, in their hands. The Suicide Squad star Cena and Misery and Richard Jewell star Bates both play Presidential candidates.”
  • WWE’s YouTube channel uploaded The Undertaker vs. Jeff Hardy in an Extreme Rules match from the November 14, 2008 episode of SmackDown, Shawn Michaels vs. Batista in a stretcher match from One Night Stand 2008, and Finn Balor vs. Shinsuke Nakamura for the Intercontinental title from Extreme Rules 2019.

Other Wrestling

  • After losing to Jon Moxley & Eddie Kingston in a Lights Out match on last night's AEW Rampage, Minoru Suzuki & Lance Archer challenged Moxley & Kingston to face them in a street fight at next month’s New Japan Strong tapings in Philadelphia. The tapings are taking place at the 2300 Arena on Saturday, October 16 and Sunday, October 17.
  • Homicide made an appearance during the Lights Out match and saved Kingston from Suzuki and Archer.
  • On Rampage, the UFC’s Jorge Masvidal laid out Chris Jericho with the same knee strike that he used to knock out Ben Askren.
  • Tony Khan tweeted before last night’s Rampage: “<2 years ago, our competitors said this is a marathon, not a sprint. They were right. They’ve also had a head start of >40 years & in <2 years we’ve made up more ground from scratch than anyone in wrestling history. Let’s FN GO TONIGHT. Let’s make #AEWRampage #1 on cable TONIGHT!”
  • Chris Jericho interviewed Adam Cole on the latest episode of Talk is Jericho.
  • Bryan Danielson appeared on the Sports Illustrated Media Podcast with Jimmy Traina.
  • Jericho & Orange Cassidy vs. Ricky Starks & Powerhouse Hobbs has been announced for next month’s Chris Jericho cruise.
  • Alex Zayne & Taylor Rust will face The Briscoes on the ROH TV episode that premieres the weekend of Saturday, October 2. Violence Unlimited’s Brody King, Tony Deppen, Chris Dickinson & Homicide have also issued a challenge for “any four wrestlers who want to get violent” to face them in an eight-man tag match on that episode.
  • Tiger Ruas will be in action at Josh Barnett’s Bloodsport 7 in Los Angeles on Friday, October 22. Ruas (real name Adrian Jaoude) was formerly known as Arturo Ruas in WWE/NXT. He was released by WWE this June.

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