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WON Preview (June 10, 2019): The evolution of Will Ospreay

June 10, 2019 Observer Newsletter: The evolution of Will Ospreay

A look at Will Ospreay and the Super Juniors tournament win, a study of PPV buyers of AEW, WWE and Impact and questions regarding WWE and Saudi Arabia are among the lead stories in the new double issue of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter.

The lead story talks about the rise of Ospreay, the Super Juniors tournament, the debut of Jon Moxley in New Japan, the new Juice Robinson, the Super J Cup business, Dominion, plus a rundown of the last three nights of the tournament.

Also look at Ospreay's interviews and his future goals.

Have a look at WWE Super Showdown and the last minute story involving the women and the culture.

Read full coverage of Takeover Bridgeport with the next main event, match-by-match coverage with star ratings and poll results.

Also look at Gargano's big run.

This issue has a story on the life of Atsushi Aoki, the All Japan booker and trainer and his career.

Read a study on PPV buyers and what the real crossover between WWE and AEW and Impact and AEW among buyer actually is. 

Go into depth on the Wade Keller interview with Jon Moxley, birth of Hulkamania, reaction from WWE, WWE looking at changing how they do entry level wrestler contracts for obvious reasons, Ric Flair releases videos, Flair has more out of the ring issues, WWE putting money into sports streaming service and partnering with former UFC owners, injury updates, name changes, why a major streaming service was stopped by WWE from non-WWE events, most-watched shows of the week on the WWE Network, WWE market value and reports from the weekend WWE events.

This issue contains full coverage of the UFC show in Stockholm.

Read full coverage of Juicio Final, the first in what looks to be a new monthly CMLL concept.

Also run down the ratings of all the major TV shows, along with detailed demo info for the WWE shows.

As always, this issue has the results of all the major pro wrestling events around the world over the past week. 

Also in this issue:

  • CMLL starting new tournament
  • Mexico TV ratings
  • Huge additon to Dragon Gate's big July show
  • King of Gate final standnigs
  • All Japan's big show of the week
  • Update on NOAH junior tag team tournaemnt
  • Update on G-1
  • Big questions about 2020 G-1
  • Tons more related to Ashley Massaro
  • David Letterman talks Lawler-Kaufman angle
  • Most well known pro wrestler in Mexico
  • Black Bart talks death of Kerry Von Erich
  • One of biggest crowds in decades by a U.K. promotion due to local soccer star's debut
  • wXw new angle
  • New concept by MLW
  • Notes from MLW's TV taping
  • Bully Ray incident examined
  • Notes on ROH's weekend shows
  • ROH next PPV lineup updated
  • Impact management and star in public dispute
  • Notes on next AEW shows
  • Lots new on AEW talent
  • More on UFC retirements
  • This week's UFC show
  • Nurmagomedov signs new contract
  • UFC injury updates
  • Lots of new UFC fights
  • Notes on King Mo's retirement
  • Why Shad Gaspard of WWE played a big part in King Mo's MMA success
  • Big reporter shakeup in MMA

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