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WON NEWSLETTER: September 6, 2021 Observer Newsletter: All Out preview, more on NXT changes

It is largely predicted, due to C.M. Punk’s first pro wrestling match in seven-and-a-half years, that AEW’s All Out show on 9/5 in Chicago, that All Out will be the biggest PPV event in AEW history.

If that’s the case, it will be the biggest non-WWE pro wrestling PPV show since November 21, 1999, the WCW Mayhem show, which did 200,000 buys. AEW’s prior High Point was Revolution on 3/7 doing approximately 145,000 buys.

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  • Following WWE’s announcement that Paul “Triple H” Levesque is recovering after undergoing a procedure last week following a cardiac event, Mustafa Ali tweeted: “When I was on 205 Live, I had to relocate to Orlando. My wife, who was pregnant at the time, stayed in Chicago. About a month before the due date, I asked Hunter if could visit home for ‘a week.’ Hunter told me ‘Don’t visit. Move back home. Be a father.’ Hunter is a good man.”
  • Steph De Lander is now going by the name Persia Perotta in NXT. Pirotta made her NXT debut as part of Indi Hartwell’s bachelorette party last night. Hartwell called Pirotta her best friend for the past 10 years who came all the way from Australia for the bachelorette party. Pirotta told Kacy Catanzaro that she actually came for Disney World. WWE announced this April that De Lander, an indie wrestler from Australia, had signed with the company and joined the Performance Center.
  • Hartwell, Dexter Lumis, and Happy Corbin were guests on WWE’s The Bump this morning.
  • Becky Lynch, John Morrison, and Raquel Gonzalez have been announced for next Wednesday’s episode of The Bump. Morrison will be appearing in-studio.
  • In a sneak peek clip from WWE’s “Never Forget: WWE Returns After 9/11” documentary that premieres this Friday, Steve Austin discussed facing The Rock in a dark match at the post-9/11 episode of SmackDown.
  • Members of the WWE roster gave their predictions for the 2021 NFL season.
  • WWE’s YouTube channel uploaded Shawn Michaels vs. Chris Masters from Unforgiven 2005, Santino Marella vs. The Miz for the United States title from the Extreme Rules 2012 pre-show, and Roman Reigns vs. Randy Orton from the September 8, 2014 episode of Raw.

Other Wrestling

  • Pro Wrestling Illustrated has named Kenny Omega number one on this year’s PWI 500. Here’s the full top 10:
    1. Kenny Omega
    2. Roman Reigns
    3. Bobby Lashley
    4. Drew McIntyre
    5. Kota Ibushi
    6. Jon Moxley
    7. Will Ospreay
    8. Finn Balor
    9. Shingo Takagi
    10. Rich Swann
  • AEW congratulated Omega on the honor: “Congratulations to #AEW World Champion @KennyOmegamanX being named #1 in this year's @OfficialPWI #PWI500. This is Kenny's 2nd time at #1 and the second year in a row the AEW World Champ has been the #1 ranked wrestler in the world.”
  • Ospreay tweeted about Omega being number one: “I’d beat up number 1 any day of the week and twice on Wednesdays…..just saying”
  • Omega responded to Ospreay: “Your promotion has been so ice cold since I left that not even Meltzer can convince his followers that you were part of any BITW conversation. It hurts me, bruv. One of you dorks should have been the guy. Turned out a bigger dog was my only competition.”
  • Ospreay then wrote back to Omega: “Last chat we had was ‘you need to be the guy’ Since then you left we sold out MSG, sold more tickets at the Tokyo dome than ever before, and put on banger after banger. A pandemic put the breaks on & you know it. Open that door, let’s have this conversation”
  • The latest episode of AEW Games’ 2.Show included in-development footage of Jungle Boy from AEW’s upcoming console video game.
  • AEW announced their first post-All Out set of roster rankings.
  • Tony Pike and Rick Ucchino interviewed Jon Moxley ahead of tonight’s Dynamite in Cincinnati.
  • Moxley also spoke to the Cincinnati Enquirer to promote tonight’s show.
  • Satoshi Kojima thanked Impact Wrestling and AEW for the appearances he made for them this year: “I am grateful to the impact I made in May of this year, and to AEW, both talents and staff. Everyone welcomed me. I was really happy. I was so happy that I ate more bread than usual. @IMPACTWRESTLING @AEW”
  • Jonah Rock (formerly known as Bronson Reed in NXT) tweeted about becoming a free agent tomorrow: “Tomorrow I become a free agent. I am confident in myself and my abilities. Although being terribly mismanaged by a company recently makes me nervous about having to find a new employer in 60 days. Thanks for all the support! I'm sure I'll be back to kicking ass in no time!”
  • MLW confirmed that Danny Rivera (Danny Lamelight) has signed a contract with them. MLW wrote that Rivera “inked a deal to stay major league for the next few years.”
  • Christopher Daniels will return to the ring against Daniel Garcia at Defy Wrestling’s Hell Bent show at the Lodge Room in Los Angeles on Thursday, October 14.
  • Comedian Ron Funches will make his in-ring debut against Tony Deppen at Game Changer Wrestling’s Highest in the Room show at the Ukrainian Cultural Center in Los Angeles on Friday, September 17.
  • Booker T announced that his Reality of Wrestling promotion will be returning to TV in nearly 50 markets.
  • Renee Paquette tweeted that she has an announcement she’ll be making tomorrow.
  • Stephen Amell is the guest on today’s episode of Talk is Jericho.

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