About Us  |   Contact

Daily Update: UFC Fight Night London, Stardom launches streaming service

Stardom launches worldwide streaming service

By Josh Nason

Stardom, the leading Joshi company in Japan, announced they are launching their own worldwide streaming service through YouTube, announced on their English Facebook page.

It will be $5 USD monthly with the idea of catering to English speaking fans as many of the non-Japanese wrestlers like Chelsea, Evie and Santana Garrett hosting "Tea Time With..." shows. Old shows are going up gradually with new shows going up a few days after happening.

From our Alan Counihan: “As far as women's wrestling goes, Stardom is generally considered by many to be the gold standard especially when it comes to full time touring companies. They offer a very colourful product backed up by incredible in-ring action. Their biggest star is Io Shirai, a very charismatic wrestler who has had some amazing matches lately with the likes of Kairi Hojo and the legendary Meiko Satomura.”

WWNLive.com has a Pro Wrestling Revolution IPPV tonight from San Fransisco with El Mariachi & Juventud Guerrera vs The Border Patrol, Silver King vs. El Vaquero Fantasma, Cristina Von Eerie vs. Kianna Rivera, Los Chicanos vs. "Kung Fu Hustle" of Willie Mack & Ultimo Panda,”Angel of Flight" Mike Mathews vs. El Campesino II, Anarkia vs. Estilo Mexicano vs. El Cazador vs. Gallo Tapado Jr., and “Papo Esco" Raul Escobar vs. Psymon Cross.

UFC Fight Night London is happening as you read this.
We have a ton of coverage on the site right now like our picks, DraftKings picks, a Will Cooling column, and our actual coverage of the show, presented by Mr. Cooling who is cageside for us tonight.


Martin Svensson vs. David Teymur

Thibault Gouti vs. Teemu Packalen

Jarjis Danho vs. Daniel Omielanczuk

Rustan Khabilov vs. Norman Parke

Brad Scott vs. Krzysztof Jotko

Arnold Allen vs. Yaotzain Mesa

Scott Askham vs. Chris Dempsey

Marlon Vera vs. Davey Grant

Mike Wilkinson vs. Makwan Amirkhani

Brad Pickett vs. Francisco Rivera

Tom Breese vs. Keita Nakamura

Thales Leites vs. Gegard Mousasi

Michael Bisping vs. Anderson Silva

WWE/NXT has three shows tonight.

NXT runs their second show this weekend in Sebring, FL. Our JJ Williams will be on the scene there to provide results later on.

WWE runs two shows tonight, one in Louisville, KY (Dean Ambrose, Kevin Owens, Kalisto), and another in Cape Girardeau, MO (Kane, Bray Wyatt, Big Show, Braun StroMAN). We’ll take your results and notes to newstips@wrestlingobserver.com.


We're also looking for reports on all of the weekend's WWE and NXT shows. 

Tonight, WWE is in Denver (Kevin Owens vs. Dean Ambrose for IC title, Kalisto vs Alberto Del Rio for U.S. title plus A.J. Styles, Sheamus, Dolph Ziggler, Natalya, Paige and Sasha Banks) and NXT is in Largo, FL.

Saturday, WWE is in Louisville (Kevin Owens vs. Dean Ambrose; Kalisto vs. Alberto Del Rio) and Cape Girardeau, MO (Big Show & Kane vs. Wyatt Family, Rusev vs. Ryback, Charlotte vs. Becky Lynch), and NXT is in Sebring, FL.

Sunday, WWE has shows in Evansville, IN (Kevin Owens vs. Ambrose, Kalisto vs. Alberto Del Rio) and Jonesboro, AR (Big Show & Kane vs. Wyatt Family, Ryback vs. Rusev, Charlotte vs. Becky Lynch).

WWE Raw will be Monday in Nashville. Undertaker will be there and Becky Lynch vs. Sasha Banks is scheduled with the winner getting a title shot.

Smackdown and Main Event will be taped on Tuesday in Atlanta.

If you've ever wanted to WATCH our radio shows here on the site, check out our new Youtube page! No full video shows, but lots of video clips, full free audio shows that you can tell your friends about, and much more to come! Make sure you subscribe today!  

Figure Four Weekly 2/8/2016 Kevin "Mordecai" Thorn voices issues with WWE Network royalties, more
Former WWE Superstar Kevin Thorn voices his frustrations with the amount of money WWE pays in royalties for the WWE Network, plus more.

Wrestling Observer Newsletter

The Latest Wrestling Observer Newsletter: Feb 22, 2016 Wrestling Observer Newsletter: WWE 2015 Financial Report, Kevin Randleman passes

The return to WWE of Shane McMahon, his history, and how the deal to bring him back was put together and why it happened now, is the lead story in the new issue of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter.
McMahon's background, what about the TV angle is based on real life and what is based on fiction, where the idea for this year's WrestleMania first came from and what year it was first planned for, the story on Roman Reigns, the blood, and why that angle took  place.  What the current deal is for McMahon, various possible scenarios and the situation with Roman Reigns.  Shane McMahon's career in WWE, his attempts to run businesses in the past, high profile deals he attempted to put together that his father shot down, deals he tried to put together away from his father, and his latest venture and how changes in that company have changed his power. 
Conor McGregor vs. Nate Diaz on 3/5, including who was called, who was available, why Diaz got the shot and what his chances are.
Updated WrestleMania plans, where the Roman Reigns angle is headed, current card, scheduled guests and what key role is really not determined.

The Godfather, looking at his wrestling career, his pre-wrestling days, how he got into wrestling, why he was so popular with wrestlers, his different gimmicks and what he's doing now.
The ramifications and lessons of Bellator's last big show, what it says about what the public interest in the Kimbo vs. Dada and Shamrock vs. Gracie fights, what led to Dada's hospitalization, ratings and business notes on the show and coverage of the event.
More WWE business and why a lot of the analysis of the network is shallow and missing key points.
Shinsuke Nakamura in WWE, reason he came to WWE that isn't going to happen, John Cena update.  Kota Ibushi leaving New Japan, including an update on his plans, will he work for New Japan again, as well as WWE.


You can also order the print Observer right now and get it delivered to your door via mail, by sending your name, address, Visa or Master Card number and an expiration date to Dave Meltzer

You can also order print issues at www.paypal.com directing funds to dave@wrestlingobserver.com 
Rates are:
For the United States, it is $13 for 4 issues, $32 for 12, $61 for 24, $101 for 40 and $131 for 52. In Canada and Mexico, rates are $14.50 for 4, $35 for 12, $67 for 24, $111 for 40 and $144 or 52.  In Europe, you can get the fastest delivery and best rates by sending to moonsault@mediaplusint.com  For the rest of the world, rates are $16.50 for 4, $44 for 12, $85 for 24, $141 for 40 issues and $183 for 52.
If you order by mail with a check, cash or money order (P.O. Box 1228, Campbell, CA 95009-1228), you can get $1 off in every price range.

If you are a new subscriber ordering 24 or more issues, you can get one free classic issue of your choice sent to you today.  With a 40 issue subscription, you can get two free classic issues sent to you today. 
Click here for the most requested Wrestling Observer back issues.

Check out the latest Online Wrestling Observer BACK ISSUE: Jan 18, 1999 Wrestling Observer Newsletter: Giant Baba retires, ECW Guilty as Charged review
Details on the retirement of Giant Baba, a full rundown of ECW Guilty as Charged, plus tons of news.




  • In case you missed our Bellator 150 coverage, check it out here. Their next show is this Friday headlined by Darion Caldwell vs. Joe Warren.
  • Last night, they announced another show for 5/20 in Boise, ID, headlined by 185-pound champion Rafael Carvalho vs. Melvin Manhoef with Pat Curran vs. Georgi Karakhanyan in the co-main.


  • Pro Wrestling Revolution runs their Revolution II iPPV tonight from San Francisco’s John O’Connell High School on WWN Live featuring El Mariachi & Juventud Guerrera vs The Border Patrol, El Vaquero Fantasma vs. Silver King, women’s champion Cristina Von Eerie vs. Kianna Rivera, and more.
  • Our Dave Meltzer gave some thoughts on Donald Trump for this piece in the Fort Worth Star Telegram.
  • APW ran in Daly City, CA, Friday, headlined by Worldwide Internet champion Will Ceuvas beating Willie Mack, and Jody Kristofferson downing JR Kratos to win the title. Billy Gunn and Joey Ryan were also on the card.
  • “Exotic” Adrian Street’s life is being made into a movie.
  • Chris Daniels did an appearance on the PodNasty podcast talking Daniel Bryan’s retirement, the success of smaller guys in WWE, ROH, concussions, and more.

ON THIS DAY IN WORLD PRO WRESTLING HISTORY: Verne Gagne wins AWA gold; Memphis throwback night