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WON NEWSLETTER: May 24, 2021 Observer Newsletter: AEW to TBS, Ospreay vacates IWGP World Heavyweight title

Our lead story in the new issue of the Wrestling Observer analyzes the WarnerMedia and AEW new deal, from the change of stations in 2022, quarterly specials both the good and bad and what they can't be or they won't work, how to tape so much content, the benefits and non-benefits of TBS vs. TNT, of a second show, how the second show idea came about, and for every action there is an equal or opposite reaction.

Also in this issue: 

  • Turmoil in New Japan, COVID issues, and first hints of what is going on behind the scenes as well as Ospreay drops title
  • Full coverage of WrestleMania Backlash, PPV numbers, next direction, poll results
  • A look at all the WWE cuts and background behind them, who was and wasn't a surprise
  • Coverage of UFC 262, back story, where everyone goes next, all the business notes on the show
  • How AEW ticket sales are doing for all the events on sale now and what that tells us about where they stand and things stand
  • All the different questions that have come out of the talks to put together Georges St-Pierre vs. Oscar de la Hoya, plus freezing contracts, Jake Paul's new deal and more
  • Lots more behind the scenes of Mayweather vs. Logan Paul including who was originally to finance the show
  • News on TripleMania, Omega vs. Andrade and other plans for Mexico's big event of the year
  • A look back at what some would say was the biggest match ever in the Carolinas and step-by-step of building it, plus the unique story of the career of Don Kernodle, from a shoot match debut, the match that led to Starrcade and more
  • The story of Sergio el Hermoso & El Bello Greco, a landmark tag team and the glory days of UWA
  • The most complete look at TV ratings available, including who watches live, how long they watch and more
  • Match of the week and performer of the week
  • Pro wrestling legend to be inducted into sports Hall of Fame
  • What wrestling promoter sang backup for John Lennon

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We have two weekend shows. Garrett Gonzales and I went through the news of the week and Bryan and I did a show last night on the AEW new TV deal plus Smackdown and UFC from the weekend.

As far as what made Google trending lists this week from Combat Sports, Paul Felder, who announced his retirement on last night's UFC show was No. 9 for today as of this morning. For Saturday, the UFC show was No. 9 at 200,000 and Fast & Furious 9 (with John Cena) was No. 19 at 50,000. On Friday, Dave Bautista was no.l 7 a 200,000 and Manny Pacquiao was no. 19 at 50,000.

Lots of very high praise for today's Hana Kimura Memorial show which broadcasted in English on FITE.  

Recording artist Lalo The Don debuts his new single/video "Til The Break of Don'' which he filmed in Tokyo just before the COVID19 pandemic. Prior to his tour, he was alerted that the Netflix Terrace House Tokyo star was a fan of his music noting that her favorite tracks included songs like Caterpillar and Get Low 4 Me remix which featured Nicki Minaj. Also at the end of the video is a reminder for fan's to donate to the organization created by Hana's mother Kyoko Kimura. Here are the key social media links.

Also, the Don Kernodle story in the current issue has a lot of interesting notes about wrestling in the 70s and early 80s including the story of the Steamboat & Youngblood vs. Slaughter & Kernodle feud which is one of the most important tag tam programs in history.

Today is the 22nd anniversary of the tragic accident that took the life of Owen Hart at Kemper Arena in Kansas City. John Pollock has a great piece on the final hours of the life of Owen Hart.

New Japan at Korakuen Hall at 5:30 a.m. tomorrow morning on New Japan World

  • Yota Tsuji vs. Yujiro Takahashi
  • Zack Sabre Jr. & Douki vs. Chase Owens & Gedo
  • Hiroyoshi Tenzan & Tomoaki Honma vs. Tama Tonga & Tanga Loa
  • Jeff Cobb & Great O'Khan vs. Kota Ibushi & Master Wato
  • Hirooki Goto & Ryuske Taguchi & Tomohiro Ihii & Yoshi-Hashi vs. Tetsuya Naito & Sanada & Shingo Takagi & Bushi


  • Bodyzoi Wrestling from Belgium aired their 3rd big event yesterday on their YouTube channel for free.
  • Tyson Fury is a -280 favorite against Deontay Wilder according to
  • Pro Wrestling Phoenix on Thursday night in Omaha:  Pat Powers b Omar Pachecco in a flag match, Purple b JD Parker, Moonshine Russell b Nino Hatchet, Lars Metzger & Johnny Ruckus b Tim Boston & Seto Kobara in a last team standing match, Paul & Joey Daniels b Kit Sackett & Xander McIntosh, Duke Cornell b Brenden Juarez, Jack Darling b Mack Riggs Brett Bishop b Con Artiest. Next show is 6/11 at the Waiting Room Lounge in Omaha.
  • Invicta Atomweight champion Alesha Zappitella wrote a tweet saying she wanted to be on Impact Wrestling.  Invica and Impact are both owned by Anthem Entertainment. (thanks to Himanshu D)
  • Atomic Wrestling Federation from last night in Lake Butler, FL:  Boricua Bad Boyz b Atomic Formula, Maxwell Chicago b Tone Harrow, Bobby Leger b Kenny Vendetta, Neon Ninja won three-way over Jimmy Taylor and Jason Orion, Deon James b Dashing Kam, Tanally b Joey J, Tanally b Bii Bii
  • Dynamo Pro Wrestling from last night in Glen Carbon, IL:  Benjamin Trust won Rumble, Makaze II b Sadie Blaze, Camaro Jackson b Bandolero, Tony Estreem & Jackal won three-way over Outtkast & Xavier Shadowz & Chris Hendrix & ATM, Adrian Surge b Benjamin Trust, Ricky Cruz b Super Crazy (thanks to Patrick Brandmeyer)
  • Satoshi Kojima debuts on Impact this coming Thursday on a show with Deonna Purrazzo & Tasha Steelz & Kiera Hogan & Kimber Lee & Susan vs. Rosemary & Havok & Tenille Dashwood & Taylor Wilde & Rachael Ellering, TJP & Fallah Bahh vs. Petey Williams & Josh Alexander and more.
  • Innovate Wrestling on 5/29 in Kingsport, TN at the Civic Auditorium.
  • MCPW from last night in Kalkaska, MI:  Aaron Orion won six-way over Jackson Stone, Eli Shelton & TJ Meyer & Max Morrison and Jack Vervlle, Mitch Hewitt b Graham Bell, Nolan Edward b Everett Connors, Johnny Swinger b Nick King, Jack Price & Isaish Broner b Kevin Kalloway & Sean Tyler, Warhorse b Gary Jay, Mikey Zeroe & Pap  Zeroe b Christopher Saint in a handicap match, Tommy Vendetta b Jumal King (thanks to Leonard Brand)
  • Pro  Wrestling Australia announced the Aussie Open vs Robbie Eagles & Mat Diamond on 6/13 on FITE TV.  The main event will be Jessica Troy vs. Sam Osborne for the PWWA title. They also have a show on 5/29 live and  free on FITE V with Eagles, Shazza McKenzie, Mick Moretti and Green Dingoes.
  • Stardom from today at Yamanashi: Maiki b Hina, Starlight Kid & Hanan b Unagi Sayaka & Lady C, Momo Watanabe & AZM b Natsuko Tora & Ruaka, Mayu Iwatanid d Giulia 15:00, Utami Hayashishita & Saya Kamitani b Tam Nakano & Mina Shirakawa.  Having the two biggest stars in the company do a singles match on a spot show did have to do with the one-year anniversary of the death of Hana Kimura. The singles match was said to be fantastic, with both doing Kimura spots.  Giulia praised Kimura after the match.  There was also a moment of silence before the show with the entire roster surrounding the ring to honor Kimura.  Syuri, Natsupoi, Konami and Jungle Kyona were all given permission by Bushiroad to attend the Kimura Memorial show at Korakuen Hall.

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