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Wrestling Observer Preview: Seth Rollins injury, Exclusive WrestleMania News

Exclusive news on WrestleMania, how SummerSlam has changed due to the Seth Rollins injury, updates on Rollins, notes on the WWE title tournament and what key stars besides Rollins and Randy Orton are now unlikely to wrestle at WrestleMania is the lead story in the new issue of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter.

We also look at the different potential finishes of the WWE title tournament, how it looks to be progressing, a look at the Royce Gracie vs. Ken Shamrock fight and look back 20 years to their two previous fights, lots of notes on the fight, and the back story.

We also look at WrestleMania tickets, the Wayne Rooney angle, Dwayne Johnson and Dave Bautista update, More on Alberto Del Rio's outside business and his angle in Puerto Rico, Undertaker week, WWE make more network predictions, notes from the next Madison Square Garden show, notes on Raw this week, Ronda Rousey talks WWE Divas division, what WWE star is ready to return from surgery, plus notes on all the WWE & NXT arena events of the past week and business note.

We also look at the New Japan Tokyo Dome lineup and what is announced and other matches not announced that are scheduled, details of New Japan's tag team tournament, coverage of the Power Struggle PPV, an update of the New Year's Eve show in Japan, U.S. broadcast notes, the introduction of what they hope will be Japan's newest superstar on that show, Bellator reps on New Year's Eve, what pro wrestlers are involved in the show, rematches of legendary bouts, what pro wrestlers are in the running to face Fedor, what giant is in the running to face him, and how big New Year's Eve fighting used to be in Japan.

We also look at the retirement of Genichiro Tenryu this week, the career of Mirko Cro Cop, the UFC show headlined by Vitor Belfort vs. Dan Henderson and all the business notes, plus we've got details of two different pro wrestling groups that are looking at starting up, with major name involvement.  We look at who is behind one group that is calling talent for a January start, and the different vision of pro wrestling that a legendary promoter looking to come back is working with. 

We also have our monthly business rundown of WWE and TNA, to see how both groups are doing as compared to the same period last year, as well as a breakdown on how every different WWE main event is drawing over the past month.

The latest Wrestling Observer: November 16, 2015 Wrestling Observer Newsletter: Seth Rollins injury, Wrestlekingdom 10 matches



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Also in this issue:

--A look at the La Sombra vs. Rush confrontation at Arena Mexico and where it's headed

--More on the big Lucha Libre Elite shows

--More on what AAA is doing with its world title

--Lots more on talk of Cibernetico leaving AAA following Alberto Del Rio and Myzteziz

--What is now going on behind the scenes

--What U.S. star no-showed for AAA this past week

--The first ZZ Inc. show notes

--Masked legend accidentally puts unmasked photo on social media

--A look at the Dragon Gate show this pat week and where the major title matches are going

--The 38th annual Real World Tag League tournament notes

--The Global tournament finals, surprise winner and final standings

--Full lineup for NOAH's last major show of the year

--Pro wrestler who once won a UFC tournament gets arrested and details

--A first-time ever singles match between major stars in early December

--Woman star wins bodybuilding contest

--Back story on the first big women's pro wrestling sellout of Budokan Hall

--First ever meeting between Hall of Famer and one of today's best all-around wrestlers

--How close Jimmy Snuka came to being WWF champion

--How Vince McMahon got in control of WWF

--Major angle in Evolve

--Daughter of a pro wrestling personality in a major movie release

--Longest modern match

--Preston City Wrestling notes

--Promotion announces it is folding

--More big shows this week

--Two MMA fighters doing a pro wrestling match with former UFC star as ref

--Notes on Jeff Jarrett's latest show

--New inductees into St. Louis Wrestling Hall of Fame

--Who is being honored at the Cauliflower Alley Club this year

--Frank Gotch tournament announced

--Football player making pro wrestling debut in a few weeks

--Former wrestler who founded convenience store chain and was mentor to a Hall of Famer

--More on the new season of Lucha Underground

--More ROH shows

--TNA TV notes

--Update on Georges St-Pierre's consideration of a return

--Thoughts on him coming back and options

--UFC stadium show in 2016 falls through

--Lots of new UFC fights

--Notes from Bellator's last major show of the year

--New Glory TV deal

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