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WON NEWSLETTER: June 14, 2021 Observer Newsletter: SummerSlam to Las Vegas, NJPW Dominion review

Updated coverage on SummerSlam and early word on Survivor Series is the lead story on this week's issue of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter.

We look at the location, the time of the show and why they are limited in time, the new stadium, talk about top matches plus more on Dwayne Johnson and WrestleMania, Survivor Series and a plan for an August Takeover.

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Dominion, the Shingo Takagi title win, with match-by-match coverage, star ratings, poll results, business notes and booking direction.

Plans for a WWE draft, a WWE TV show on verge of being canceled, Bret Hart documentary, Stephanie McMahon talks WWE business, WWE ticket sales, Miz talks injury, UK & Canada viewing numbers, WWE looks a changes in how it does house hows, WWE autograph new rules, most watched WWE videos of the past week and WWE market value.

The next two WWE major events with lineups, notes about the Takeover crowd, matches announced and not yet announced for Hell in a Cell and more.

Full coverage of this past Saturday's UFC show.

Cyber Fight show combining NOAH, DDT, Ganbare Pro and Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling.  We look at Keiji Muto's title loss, why he got the title in the first place, why Marufuji wasn't the guy who should have won, plus match-by-match coverage with star ratings.

The death of controversial wrestler Angel o Demonio.

More into detail on the ratings than any other source, how many different viewers the shows had which is very different from the television number, breakdown of who watches the shows, 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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  • On NXT last night, there was an angle where LA Knight turned against Ted DiBiase and attacked him. The attack happened during Knight’s Million Dollar Championship Coronation. Cameron Grimes, who lost to Knight in the Million Dollar Championship ladder match at TakeOver: In Your House, came out to make the save for DiBiase.
  • There were multiple teases on last night’s NXT showing a battery’s charging level. The charging level increased throughout the show, with the last tease showing the battery life at 21 percent.
  • George Carroll Jr. has joined NXT as a writer. Carroll formerly worked for NJPW as their director of US operations and for MLW as senior talent coordinator. PWInsider reported that Carroll was at last night’s NXT.
  • PWinsider also reported that John D'Amico has returned to WWE in his previous role of Director, Production Management for WWE live events.
  • Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson appears on the cover of this year’s “100 Reasons to Love America” edition of People magazine. Johnson tweeted: “Thank you. Very humbling to grace the cover of @PEOPLE as the #1 reason ‘To Love America.’ I realize the things that matter most in life are the things that are right in front of us. Family. Friends. Mana. Happy Fathers Day. Enjoy the read.”
  • On Fox Sports’ Out of Character with Ryan Satin podcast, Drew McIntyre called his pandemic-era WWE Championship reigns the thing he’s most proud to have accomplished in wrestling due to the unique circumstances he was up against. McIntyre said: “We needed somebody to step up and be the champion and carry the load and represent the company. Not just on the show but doing media outside of the ring, too. And everyone I worked with during that period, I was so fortunate to get the chance to be in the ring with. I was fortunate to have the trust of trying new things in uncharted waters and throwing things against the wall to see what stuck."
  • A “WWE Champion Credit Card” is now available from Credit One Bank. Card benefits include: 3% cash back rewards on eligible internet, cable, satellite TV, and mobile phone services 2% cash back rewards on eligible dining purchases 1% cash back rewards on all other purchases WWE merchandise discounts Up to 10% cash back rewards from participating merchants through the More Rewards Program
  • Stephanie McMahon appeared on Yahoo Finance Live and discussed WWE’s return to touring.
  • Baron Corbin, Bianca Belair, Kofi Kingston, and Tegan Nox appeared on this morning’s episode of WWE’s The Bump. Mick Foley was RJ City’s guest on this week’s Wednesday Morning Wake-Up segment on the show.
  • In a bonus clip to promote this Sunday’s new episode of Broken Skull Sessions, Foley played word association with Steve Austin.
  • Bobby Lashley, Jimmy Smith, Jimmy Uso, and Charlotte Flair have been announced as guests for Sunday’s pre-Hell in a Cell edition of WWE’s The Bump. It will air on Peacock/WWE Network and WWE’s social platforms at 2 p.m. Eastern time.
  • WWE has filed trademarks for the names Josh Briggs, Andre Chase, Nakita, Brutus Creed, and Julius Creed.
  • WWE’s YouTube channel uploaded Rey Mysterio vs. Edge from the June 5, 2009 episode of SmackDown, Rhea Ripley vs. Mercedes Martinez in a steel cage match from the September 8, 2020 episode of NXT, and Otis vs. The Miz for the Money in the Bank contract from Hell in a Cell 2020.

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