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WON NEWSLETTER: January 13, 2021 Observer Newsletter: More on the death of Brodie Lee, Wrestle Kingdom 15 review

A look at what happened in the last two months of the life of Jon Huber is the lead story in this week's edition of the Wrestling Observer. We look at how the situation was handled, when the talent found out, why Huber didn't get a lung transplant, and a look at comments from a number of people in WWE in particular as well as Jim Ross and Amanda Huber's extensive writing on the subject.

Also in this issue:

Extensive coverage of Wrestle Kingdom and New Year's Dash. We have match-by-match, star ratings and poll results.  We also have business notes, the story of Kota Ibushi and Kenny Omega, the effect of COVID on the show and of wrestling in Japan going forward, Jay White, goal of Hiromu Takahashi, the new main event programs and international television news.

Full year television notes, Linda McMahon's donations to Donald Trump, Dusty Rhodes tag team tournament, next Takeover show, A&E documentary notes, update on Damien Priest and others earmarked for Raw & Smackdown, lots of booking notes, new WWTV deals, Sonya Deville return, Hulk Hogan talks, head of a rival promotion sets up WWE production person's engagement, amateur wrestling standout about to start training with WWE, how wrestling shows this past week did compared to sports, international television ratings, who was creative told a few years ago not to even think of ideas for, upcoming TV bouts, WWE market value and the most-watched shows of the past week on the WWE Network.

A story on Irwin Rivera, the UFC fighter who is being accused of stabbing two of his sisters.

A story on Bobby Davis, one of the first of the modern managers.

What wrestlers had the most four star matches in 2020, as well as in history the top 25 of all-time.

Detailed look at the television business, looking at stats not available elsewhere to get the deepest read into how shows are doing, what categories are doing well and how shows compare with previous weeks and one year ago.  

Results of all the major pro wrestling events around the world over the past week.

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Other Wrestling

  • In a Twitter thread, wXw noted that all events until March 31 has been postponed due to a COVID-19 resurgence. There are also no taping dates, no wXw 16 Carat tournament, and no expectations of live events with audiences before the summer.
  • The AEW on TNT Twitter account noted that The Elite would be in six-man tag team action tonight.
  • Karl Anderson and Doc Gallows spoke to Sports Illustrated this week, talking about their WWE release, Impact, and appearing on Dynamite last week.
  • Jake the Snake Roberts on Twitter: “Well I’ve seen my lung specialist and was told my lungs will outlive the rest of me. Hooray!!! That is IF I don’t go back to smoking.”
  • T-Mart Promotions Marty D’Amato on Facebook wrote that the Demolition virtual signing this Saturday would not be taking place. “Some bad news to report,” he wrote. Unfortunately Demolition signing will not take place this Saturday. I just got a call from Bill and his oldest Grandson had contacted Covid last week and now  Bill and his wife are feeling sick with symptoms. Let's all send our prayers to one of the nicest guys you can ever meet Bill Eadie and is family as they deal with Covid. Bill said once he is better him and Barry will make the trip to join the marty party.”
  • NJPW World will undergo maintenance starting tonight at 9 pm ET and will run through Thursday morning at 3 am ET.
  • Rosemary appeared on the Women’s Wrestling Talk podcast to talk about this weekend’s Impact Hard to Kill pay-per-view event.
  • Deonna Purrazzo spoke to FiteTV, also regarding Hard to Kill event.
  • Chris Sabin talked to Tony Quant regarding Hard to Kill.
  • Alicia Atout spoke to Alex Gracia.
  • In the latest Ace’s High article, Hiroshi Tanahashi reflects on his run in HUSTLE.

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