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by David Bixenspan | davidbix@wrestlingobserver.comFollow @davidbix

Major promotion shows on tap for the rest of the wekend:


ROH's TV tapings in New York (Samoa Joe & A.J. Styles vs. Christopher Daniels & Frankie Kazarian, Young Bucks vs. Hanson & Rowe, Dalton Castle vs. Takaaki Watanabe)

* WWE house show in Grand Rapids, MI (John Cena, Kane, Dolph Ziggler, King Barrett, New Day, Prime Time Players),

* WWE house show in Las Vegas (Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins, Dean Ambrose, Bray Wyatt, Big Show, Ryback),

* NXT in Lakeland, FL.

* GFW in Jackson, MS.

Tomorrow Night:

* WWE house show in Kalamazoo, MI (John Cena, Kane, Dolph Ziggler, King Barrett, Prime Time Players, New Day) 

* WWE house show in Fort Wayne, IN (Seth Rollins, Roman Reigns, Dean Ambrose, Bray Wyatt, Big Show, Ryback)

* GFW in Bowling Green, KY.

If you're attending any of these, please send a report to

Raw will be live on Monday in Indianapolis, IN.  Brock Lesnar and John Cena will both be appearing on the show. Smackdown and Main Event will be taped on Tuesday in Toledo, OH.


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* How his appeal differed from other superstar babyfaces.

* His underrated athleticism and in-ring working ability.

* His versatility on promos.

And much more. Plus, as always, we have  all of the usual reviews and international news.

Also, now available for the first time on Kindle (meaning Kindle devices and anything with the Kindle app) is Fall Guys, the seminal 1937 book that has been described as being like the 1930s version of the Wrestling Observer. It was surprisingly not on Kindle already, so we put together a nice version with a full table of contents w/ chapter marks, proper formatting on everything, etc. Right now it's available from the AmericanCanadian, and Australian Amazon/Kindle stores OR you can also buy it from anywhere in the world on PayHip, who will provide you with both Kindle and ePub (every other e-reader) format files, and you can either sideload them to your device or have them email it to your Kindle. 


Part one of the life and career of Dusty Rhodes is the feature in the new double issue of the Wrestling Observer.  We also look at WWE coming out of the Money in the Bank PPV and where things are going next, UFC in Mexico City and the Fabricio Werdum win over Cain Velasquez, more on how Mayweather & Pacquiao set PPV records and who was buying, the debut of Global Force Wrestling, Tough Enough and Verano de Escandalo are also covered.  

The Latest Wrestling Observer: June 22, 2015 Wrestling Observer Newsletter: Part 1 of giant Dusty Rhodes obituary, GFW’s 1st shows

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The Wrestling Observer ranges weekly from 35,000 to 50,000 words covering pro wrestling and MMA internationally. Each issue has coverage and analysis of all the major news, plus every issue breaks major news stories before the Internet sties and has the most complete look at the pro wrestling and MMA business anywhere, plus history pieces available nowhere else.

The lead story covers the life and early career of Dusty Rhodes.  We have a lot of his career records.  We look at fact vs. fiction about his life before wrestling, and his road to the top in wrestling.  We have an overview of the key points of his career, as well as rundown his early territories and the build to his babyface persona.  We've got comments by many people most associated with him during his career.  We look at health issues, the outpouring of emotion, an eerie thing written by Rhodes just ten day before his death where exactly what he didn't want to be most remembered for was brought up.  We look at the WWF character and the real reasons behind it. 

We also look at the rise and fall of Jim Crockett Promotions, the fall of the UWF, the last year of JCP, the TBS purchase, why Rhodes was fired from the company and how Rhodes ended up back in WCW.  We also look at why he retired from the ring, and the irony of what he said about who could and couldn't book wrestling in the late 90s. 

We look at Rhodes mentions on spots shows this past week,  and his role in helping talent currently on the main roster. 

We look at the original Dusty Rhodes, his doing backyard wrestling, his college days going to matches, West Texas State football and how he got into pro wrestling.  We look at his early territorial work, his first pushes and his rise to prominence.

We look back at the Texas Outlaws tag team with Dick Murdoch, how they got publicity as the top tag team of 1970 with two world tag team titles at the same time, his first run in Florida and how big he was put over on the first TV show there, his brief time in Australia as world tag team champion and who his manager was.  We look at why the run was so short, his working for Bill Watts as a single star, the Crusher vs. Dusty Rhodes dynamic, the first taste of Rhodes as a babyface, who Dusty pitched to Eddie Graham about bringing in as his younger brother, why Dusty was able to be a much better promo in Florida than he could in the AWA, Rhodes vs. Lou Thesz, Rhodes vs. Jack Brisco, the American Dream turns babyface and the quest for the NWA title achieved.

We also look at the direction for Battleground and full coverage of Money in the Bank.

We also look at the stories behind UFC 188 and have full coverage of the show.

We also look at the upcoming Hogan lawsuit, more dates booked for Brock Lesnar, wrestler who was on Raw last year trying out for Tough Enough, Kevin Owens talks John Cena, Dwayne Johnson movie notes, more notes from the WWE camp, More NXT road dates, WWE stock notes and network predictions, Chyna at WWE headquarters, plus more notes on the last NXT tour and a rundown of the business and weekend house shows and an interesting note about that business.

We look at why bought Mayweather-Pacquiao and what can be learned from it.

We look at the debut of Global Force Wrestling and the problems facing the promotion, its first weekend of shows, second weekend and first television tapings.

We also look at AAA's Verano de Escandalo show.

We look at the finalists for this season of Tough Enough, who they were and where they came from.

We also have an interesting look at DVR usage during pro wrestling shows and what it says about the various products.

The Observer is the world's most detailed weekly pro wrestling publication, in its 32nd year of publication, and is read by the biggest names in the pro wrestling, industry, MMA industry, sports world and on Wall Street.

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Also in this week's issue:

--First notes on the annual Universal champion of champions tournament

--An interesting result where a major promotion's top star put over an indie wrestler clean

--The Busca en un Idolo tournament

--What CMLL show drew the biggest crowd of the week and it was outside of Mexico City

--Update on Negro Casas concussion

--Latest from Arena Mexico

--Former world champion boxer marries pro wrestling star

--International stars coming to PWG

--Wrestle-One comes to the U.S. and Philadelphia show notes

--Dragon Gate changes several championships and a look at the next two big shows

--What U.S. stars are headed to Dragon Gate shortly

--Mitsuharu Misawa Tribute week in NOAH and what legends attended the big show

--GHC title match with neither wrestler being associated with the NOAH brand

--Update on Takeshi Morishima retirement match

--Notes on G-1 Climax ticket sales

--Update on Yoshitatsu

--Shinya Hashimoto Memorial show lineup

--A note on the Hashimoto legacy

--Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Roderick Strong rematch and how it came to be

--New Japan stars headed back to England and a look at their most recent England appearance

--New Japan stars headed back to ROH soon

--Current MMA world champion headlines IGF pro wrestling event

--King of DDT tournament notes

--Notes from the Championship Wrestling from Florida tribute event this past week

--Update on Blackjack Mulligan

--Details on Josh Alexander and his upcoming neck surgery

--Former WWE developmental talent on a CBS reality show

--Former wrestlers drop lawsuit against WWE

--How rules in New York affect indie groups and what rule in the books isn't enforced at all

--What are the biggest expenses

--Major movie with Kevin Nash coming out soon

--New promotion debuts on national TV in July

--80s star writing an autobiography

--Notes on some stadium shows coming this summer

--Case reopened on the murder of an 80s pro wrestler

--Notes on Ultima Lucha

--Two wrestlers under consideration for season two of Lucha Underground

--Notes on the New York ROH shows and complete lineup

--Notes on ROH on Destination America

--TNA makes big play for former WWE major star

--Changes in the TNA PPV show

--Return of King of the Mountain

--Update on Jeff Hardy

--More on Slammiversary

--Problems with weight cutting

--Details behind drug test controversy with Jose Aldo in Brazil

--This week's UFC show

--More on UFC deal with Titan Fighting Championships

--UFC debuts in Saskatchewan with action main event

--Future of Johny Hendricks

--Update on C.M. Punk and his UFC debut

--Lots of new UFC fights

--Kimbo/Shamrock notes

--Kimbo and Shamrock favor allowing PEDs in MMA

--Looking at the Bellator show

--Retirement of Peter Aerts and his legacy

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*December 21, 1998 (the complete Vince McMahon-Bret Hart conversation right before the Survivor Series match so you'll know exactly what was said--the conversation played in edited form both on the inaugural broadcast of Confidential as well as in Wrestling with Shadows, but everything that was said between the two about the match that was going to take place that same night)

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*October 22, 2001 (why the adult audience has left pro wrestling in such great numbers and what needed to have been done to save them)

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*May 13, 2002 (the life story of the most incredible pro wrestling career ever, a look at Lou Thesz, in one of the largest issues of our history)

*January 27, 2003 (part one of the two-part series covering the career and life of The Sheik)

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*March 24, 2003 (history of the WWWF title, inside behind the Sammartino, Backlund and Backlund era)

*April 21, 2003 (history of WWF continues with the expansion nationally, the death of the regional territories and the rise of Hulk Hogan)

*May 12, 2003 (The life and death of Elizabeth and the rise of fall of Lex Luger)

*June 9, 2003 (Part 1 of history of WWF vs. WCW wars and what many say was the greatest year in U.S. wrestling; plus a look at Fred Blassie)

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*July 28, 2003 (Part 2 of the history of the WWF vs. WCW war and the plans to make new superstars in the early 90s, what happened, and the night where the three biggest wrestling companies in the world combined for a joint show and what happened)

*August 25, 2003 (2003 Hall of Fame issue with huge profiles on the controversial career of Shawn Michaels, Chris Benoit as well as historical features on Earl Caddock and Francisco Flores)

*September 22, 2003 (Part 3 of the history of the WWF vs WCW war with the seeds that caused the collapse of the industry in the 90s, Zahorian trial, Gulf War controversy, Flair leaves WCW while holding world title and much more)

*October 27, 2003 (The fascinating life of Stu Hart plus the story of Road Warrior Hawk)

*January 19, 2004 (2003 Awards issue)

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*February 23, 2004 (History of Guerrero family with Eddy's win over Brock Lesnar)

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*July 5, 2004 (A look behind the scenes and Ric Flair's book and his background with Eric Bischoff and Hulk Hogan)

*July 12, 2004 (A look at more on Ric Flair's book and his comments on Bruno Sammartino, Bret Hart and Mick Foley)

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Saturday Daily Update

-- Sports Illustrated's Extra Mustard had a "State of the WWE" discussion with Bret Hart that went up yesterday. The whole article is well worth reading, but this section about Daniel Bryan has gotten the most attention by far:

“Daniel Bryan is finished. He’ll never wrestle again. I don’t think he knows it yet. I feel terrible about Daniel Bryan. For all intents and purposes, he had the exact same thing happen to him that happened to me after Bill Goldberg kicked me in the head. One day, you learn it’s over. Doctors tell you that you can’t wrestle and you’ll never wrestle again. I lost millions of dollars because of that. I pray that it’s not the same for Daniel Bryan.” He also compared Bryan's recklessness after returning from his neck and elbow injuries to that of the Dynamite Kid.

This is obviously going to fuel speculation that Bryan's mystery injury is a concussion/post-concussion syndrome. If Bryan did suffer a concussion recently, it would be at least the eighth he'd suffered during his career.

-- If you didn't see the UFC Berlin card on Fight Pass, it's worth checking out. Lots of finishes on the prelims and the main event was an amazing showcase for Joanna Jedrzejczyk, who completely shut down a noticeably improved version of Jessica Penne.  Jedrzejczyk has a ton of star power and charisma and is incredibly exciting to watch, but UFC just needs to package her properly. The card is number one on Google Trends right now, which is pretty impressive for a Fight Pass card.

-- Herschel Walker is saying he's interested in returning to MMA. Which is pretty much perfect for Bellator right now.

-- The official WWE Australia Twitter account announced that Tough Enough will be broadcast as a YouTube live stream on Wednesday mornings at 10:00 a.m. AEST. 

-- Empire Sate Wrestling will be holding a show on Saturday, June 20th, at St. Johnsburg Fire Hall, 7165 Ward Road, North Tonawanda, NY. Bell time is 6 pm. ESW Heavyweight Title: Gabreal Saint vs. Bill Collier (c), Tommaso Ciampa vs Johnny Gargano, Chris Hero vs Brandon Thurston, Ryot vs Will Calrissian, Ron Falco vs Asylum, Hate Brigade & RJ City vs Rochester Wrecking Crew & Kevin Bennett, Double Down vs Jonny Puma & Frankie Feathers, Inferno Johnny Adams vs Yuri Koloff, Patron Saints of Pro Wrestling (Mikey Everynite, Steve Gage & Terrell Kenneth) vs Oliver Street Connection (Randy Philbrick & Andrew Cravatta) & Plunkett

-- Pure Wrestling Association presents The Carrot Cup Tournament of Champions on August 16th, 2015 in Bradford, Ontario with "The Modern Day Warriors" Jimmy King and Derek Platinum w/ Lenny Lilac, "The Flatliners" Asylum and Burns , WWE.TNA/ECW Alumni Tommy Dreamer and Rhino, Tyson Dux and Tornado, ECW Alumni Steve Corino and Reggie Marley, Ruffy Silverstein and TNA Alumni Johnny Devine, "The Italiano's" Primo and Stickball, Joey Valentyne and a mystery partner.

-- Pictou Lobster Carnival wrestling results from June 18, in Pictou, NS: Titus defeated "Dynamite" Dylan Davis; Kowboy Mike Hughes beat The American Patriot; Lincoln Steen (accompanied by Larry the Lobster) defeated "The Waking Nightmare" Kilgrave; Brody Steele bested Bradford Montague; Kowboy Mike Hughes beat Titus to claim the Lobster Cup.

-- The Two Man Power Trip of Wrestling Podcast has Sonny Onoo on their latest show talking about his career in WCW as an on-screen performer and Japanese liason in the office. They have a preview clip on YouTube where Onoo talks about "innovating" selfies.


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