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WON NEWSLETTER: November 22, 2021 Observer Newsletter: AEW Full Gear review, WWE cuts eight more wrestlers

In this week's issue: 

  • Full coverage of AEW Full Gear, poll results, star ratings, how much money it drove
  • Match of the week
  • Update on Kenny Omega's future
  • Details of recent Tony Khan interviews regarding the future
  • Jim Ross details his medical treatment
  • Update on WrestleMania ticket sales
  • Survivor Series preview, ticket sales, overall interest level going into the show
  • Latest round of WWE cuts, whys and wheres
  • Most popular segments to stream from this past week's WWE television
  • Updated ticket sales for all major WWE & AEW shows including how both groups ran Norfolk & Indianapolis the same week
  • A major sports rights story that may tell the future about WWE & AEW's next round of negotiations
  • Ratings coverage, where wrestling ranks on cable this past week, segment by segment numbers including where Dynamite beat Raw and vice versa
  • NJPW Battle in the Valley
  • New Japan plans 50th year big shows
  • Coverage of both NJPW tournaments, its last US TV tapings, new stars and future US plans
  • Juice Robinson talks his future
  • Stardom tag team tournament finishes up
  • Full coverage of Saturday's UFC show
  • UFC business predictions for 2021 and how UFC and WWE numbers and business compares
  • Iron Head Jose Tarres, Hall of Fame candidate and his credentials 
  • Death of Estrella Blanca and his most noteworthy wrestling claim to fame
  • Marty Scurll wrestling in Germany, the promotion explains its side and rival promotion responds

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Garrett Gonzales and I talked with Brian Blair today talking about his incredibly rough year, but also going through hilarious and crazy stories of his wrestling days and his new autobiography "Truth Bee Told" on today's Observer Radio.  We also talk about the latest group of WWE cuts. Bryan and I will be back Sunday night after Survivor Series.

Smackdown tonight from Hartford, CT has Shotzi vs. Sasha Banks and Sheamus vs. Ricochet vs. Cesaro vs. Jinder Mahal for the final Smackdown spot on the men' team.  205 Live has Kacy Catanzaro & Kayden Carter vs. Valentina Feroz & Yulisa Leon, Malik Blade vs. Edris Enofe and Amari Miller vs. Tiffany Stratton

Rampage tonight taped from Norfolk, VA:

  • Darby Allin vs. Billy Gunn
  • Red Velvet vs. Jade Cargill for the TBS title tournament
  • Jungle Boy & Luchasaurus vs. Adam Cole & Bobby Fish

I was told the main event was really good.

UFC on ESPN+ starting at 3 p.m. tomorrow from Las Vegas at the APEX Arena:

  • Luana Pinheiro (116) vs. Sam Hughes (115.5)
  • Shayilan Nuerdanbieke (145) vs. Sean Soriano (146)
  • Aori Qileng (126) vs. Cody Durden (126)
  • Terrace McKinney (155.5) vs. Fares Ziam (156)
  • Loopy Godinez (115.5) vs. Loma Lookboonmee (115.5)
  • Rafa Garcia (155) vs. Natan Levy (154)
  • Pat Sabatini (145) vs. Tucker Lutz (145.5)
  • Davey Grant (135.5) vs Adrian Yanez (135)
  • Joanne Wood (126) vs. Talia Santos (125.5)
  • Rani Yahya (135.5) vs. Kyung Ho Kang (136)
  • Michael Chiesa (170.5) vs. Sean Brady (170.5)
  • Miesha Tate (135.5) vs. Ketlen Vieira (136)

Odds from for Survivor Series:

  • Roman Reigns -500 vs. Big E +300
  • Becky Lynch -400 vs. Charlotte Flair +250
  • Men's Team Smackdown -200 vs. Men's Team Raw +150
  • Women's Team Smackdown +100 vs. Women's Team Raw -140
  • Riddle & Orton -250 vs. Usos +170
  • Damien Priest -200 vs. Shinsuke Nakamura +150  

The ratings high point of Wednesday's Dynamite show was during the MJF/C.M. Punk altercation with 1,160,000 viewers and 592,000 (0,.46) in 18-49.

James Curtin, the former Drake Maverick, talks about his getting the word he was released last night in a video you probably should watch.

For this weekend, we're looking for reports from Smackdown tonight in Hartford with any dark matches or anything not on the live show, and from the WWE house show tomorrow night in Syracuse, NY to

New Japan's biggest tour card of the week is tomorrow night at 2 a.m. Eastern and 11 p.m. Pacific (late Saturday night) on New Japan World from Dolphins Arena in Nagoya for the Super Juniors tournament:

  • Yuto Nakashima vs. Ryohei Oiwa non-tournament
  • Yoshinobu Kanemaru vs. Douki
  • Master Wato vs. Taiji Ishimori
  • Yoh vs. Ryusuke Taguchi
  • Sho vs. Bushi
  • El Phantasmo vs. Robbie Eagles
  • Desperado vs Hiromu Takahashi

We'll be doing polls on Survivor Series and this show over the weekend, thumbs  up, down or middle, best and worst match to

Combate Globo, coming off the second highest rated TV show in its history last week, will be live on Univision and Paramount Plus tonight at 11 p.m. Eastern with a main event of flyweights with Gerardo Graniel (7-2) vs. Ernesto Ibarra (5-1)


  • Rey Mysterio plays himself in a guest appearance on the Victor & Valentino show on 11/27 on Cartoon Network. The show airs at 10 a,m.
  • Big E just appeared on Cincy 360, a radio show on ESPN 1530 based out of Cincinnati. He was on to promote the Raw show on 1/31/22, the first show after Royal Rumble. Put over how proud he is of Xavier Woods and how he’s legit wanted to win King of the Ring for years, and he just kept pushing when everyone said he was too small, or not good enough to get it done. Said he loves him and gave him a big hug at the gorilla position in Saudi Arabia when he won KOTR. When asked who he wants to win Royal Rumble and challenge him at WrestleMania, he immediately said Cesaro. Said he can do it all and has been one of the best for years and hasn’t gotten his due. Said the match vs Roman at Survivor Series is the biggest of his career. Said Roman has been at the top of the mountain for years and has only upped his game in his current run. Called going back to Iowa where he played college football, for the game against Penn St the highlight of the cool stuff he’s gotten to do outside of the ring since becoming champion. Also put over being part of Fury/Wilder and his love for college football. Said it’s a tough balancing act honing his craft in the ring and his outside opportunities like being on the Stephen Colbert show, but if he doesn’t stay focused, this could all go away. Said this current run kind of came out of nowhere, but he feels blessed. Said getting the title changed his life and he doesn’t see himself going back to the way things used to be. (thanks to Adam Blecher)
  • Roman Reigns on the Michael Kay show
  • 2K on Wednesday unveiled the new WWE SuperCard season eight.


  • The 13th annual World MMA Awards show will take place on 12/10 in Las Vegas at Wore Studios.
  • Punahele Soriano vs. Nick Maximov is slated for the 2/5 show.
  • Brendan Allen vs. Roman Dolidze has been added to the 12/4 show. Dolidze replaced Brad Tavares who pulled out of the bout.


  • Wrestle Pro on 2/5 in Rahway, NJ announced Killer Kross vs. Flip Gordon, Dan Maff vs. Matt Cardona and Scarlett Bordeaux vs. Harley Cameron.
  • Kevin Eck talks about this week's ROH news.
  • Dragon Gate's Ho Ho Lun debuts for MLW on the 1/21 show in Dallas.
  • Game Changer Wrestling announced the Indie Wrestling Hall of Fame ceremony on 1/22 in New York City at the Cutting Room on FITE TV. GCW will run New Year's Eve and 1/1 in Atlantic City, NJ at the Showboat.
  • Eighty three years ago today, November 18, 1938, Jim Londos defeated Bronko Nagurski to win the World Heavyweight Title at Convention Hall in Philadelphia. Londos took the title in a one-fall match lasting 47:11. Attendance 10,000.  (thanks to Paul Sosnowski)
  • Northeast Wrestling has its annual Toys for Tots holiday event on 11/27 at the New Arena in Bethany, CT.n  They ask that fans bring an unwrapped toy to be donated for the toy drive.  Mike Bennett, Flip Gordon, Vincent, Dan Maff  and Matt Taven headline.
  • Lince Dorado is taking bookings after 2/2 through Bill Behrens at showbis@aolcom  He is based in Orlando. Others who can be booked through him are Griff Garrison, Marcus Kross, Brian Pillman Jr., Julia Hart, Christopher Daniels, Logan Creed (Mads Krugger, Luke Hawx, Perry Hawx, Slim J, Sal Ranauro, Mark & Jay Briscoe, Moose, Jim Mitchell, Caprice Coleman, TJP, Brian Cage, Lance Archer, Matt Sydal, Jay Lethal, Famous CB, Jonathan Gresham, Delirious, Rhett Titus, Silas Young,  Famous CB, Sane Taylor, Shanon Moore, Mecha Wolf, JTG, Matt Striker, Tommy Dreamer, Al Snow, DDP, Kevin Nash, Scott Hall, Sean Waltman, Rick Steiner, Hernandez, Stevie Richards, Blue Meanie, Nuzio, Boogeyman, Wes Brisco, Johnny Swinger, Josh Woods, Mike Posey, the former Fandango, Eric Bischoff, Earl Hebner and Gerald Brisco
  • Combate Global announced a one-night eight-man tournament for $100,000 on 12/12 from Miami in the bantamweight division.  The participants are David Martinez of Mexico, Kevin Cordero from Spain, Leo Muniz from the U.S., Franz Miambo from Ireland, Jose Zarauz of Peru, Cristian Barraza of Chile, Luciano Ramos of Argentina and Pierre Daguzan of France
  • GAMMA announced that due to new COVID measures in Germany, they are postponing their tournament until the spring. The tournament was scheduled for 12/7 to 12/11 but with new regulations athletes from outside Europe wouldn't have been able to attend.
  • KSW announced one of the biggest fights in its history with middleweight champion Mamed Khalidov (35-7-2) vs. welterweight champion Roberto Soldic (19-3) for 12/18 in Gliwice, Poland at the Gliwice Arena.  
  • AAW runs 11/26 in Merrionette Park, IL at 115 Bourbon Street: Fred Yehi vs. Mat Fitchett for the AAW heavyweight title Allysin Kay vs. Skye Blue for the AAW women's title Ace Austin & Myron Reed vs. Hakim Zane & Karam in a street fight Charli Evans vs. Christi Jayes vs. Lady Frost vs,. Sierra Silas Young vs. Manders Russ Jones vs. Larry D Ladder match, winner can pick a title match with Davey Vega, Ren Jones, Schaff, Jake Lander, Brayden Lee, Gringo Loco, Storm Grayson and Jah-C Rich Swann vs. Alex Zayne vs. Josh Alexander vs. ? - winner gets an AAW title match
  • The CFFC event tonight on UFC Fight Pass in Tunica, MS at the Horseshoe Tunica Hotel & Casino is sold out.  DeAndre Anderson (5-0) vs. Da'Mon Blackshear (10-4) headlines. C.M. Punk announces the show.
  • Defy Wrestling on 12/16 at Highland Parks, CA  at the Lodge Room with Christopher Daniels, Kevin Blackwood, Josef Samael, Jacob Fatu, Viva Van and Brody King.
  • ISPW tonight in Totowa, NJ at the Totowa PAL featuring appearances by Tammy Sytch, Titoo Santana, Maven, Crowbar, Bull James, Miranda Gordy, Danny Doring, LSG, Famous CB and others.  They will also be giving lifetime achievement awards to Sunny Beach, Tommy Cairo, King Kaluha and Surfer Ray Odyssey.

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