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WON Preview (June 14, 2021): SummerSlam to Las Vegas, NJPW Dominion review

June 14, 2021 Observer Newsletter: SummerSlam to Las Vegas, NJPW Dominion review

Updated coverage on SummerSlam and early word on Survivor Series is the lead story on this week's issue of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter.

We look at the location, the time of the show and why they are limited in time, the new stadium, talk about top matches plus more on Dwayne Johnson and WrestleMania, Survivor Series and a plan for an August Takeover.

We've got full coverage of Dominion, the Shingo Takagi title win, with match-by-match coverage, star ratings, poll results, business notes and booking direction.

We look at plans for a WWE draft, a WWE TV show on verge of being canceled, Bret Hart documentary, Stephanie McMahon talks WWE business, WWE ticket sales, Miz talks injury, UK & Canada viewing numbers, WWE looks a changes in how it does house hows, WWE autograph new rules, most watched WWE videos of the past week and WWE market value.

We look at the next two WWE major events with lineups, notes about the Takeover crod, matches announced and not yet announced for Hell in a Cell and more.

We also have full coverage of this past Saturday's UFC show.

We also look at the Cyber Fight show combining NOAH, DDT, Ganbare Pro and Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling.  We look at Keiji Muto's title loss, why he got the title in the first place, why Marufuji wasn't the guy who should have won, plus match-by-match coverage with star ratings.

We also look at the death of controversial wrestler Angel o Demonio.

We also have the most in depth coverage of the television end. We go more into detail on the ratings than any other source, we have how every segment on NXT and AEW did as well as how it did with different age groups, genders and more, plus a look at all other wrestling shows of the past week.  We look at actually how many different viewers the shows had which is very different from the television number, breakdown of who watches the shows, how they watch, DVR numbers and how long the average fan watches.

Results of the major pro wrestling events of the past week.

Also in this issue:

--Update on wrestling at Arena Mexico

--Another tournament at Arena Mexico

--CMLL star with a name change

--Why CMLL is running a special Saturday show next week

--First word on AAA Verano de Escandalo

--All Japan's Korakuen Hall show

--Major All Japan show coming up

--Another All Japan tournament

--Kazuchika Okada talks new IWGP title

--Lineups for this week's NJPW World show

--Notes on this week's Stardom PPV show

--COVID outbreak in different companies covered

--One of the bet workers ever undergoes shoulder surgery

--King of DDT tournament

--GLEAT promotion  using unique 90s style

--NWA "When Our Shoulders Fall" PPV notes

--Nick Aldis talks the death of Jocephus

--NWA returns to historic venue

--Dynamite Kid Dark Side of the Ring segment

--Dynamite Kid later in life

--Return of PWG and more notes

--Notes on retirement of Lio Rush

--IWTV sues GCW

--More on the death of Pasion Kristal

--Update on Booker T lawsuit

--Notes on Federacion PPV show

--Unique live event with lucha Libre stars in Texas

--Stadium show planned

--Warrior Wrestling coverage

--90s star in Japan comes out of retirement

--MLW signing new star

--New ROH TV matches

--Against All Odds news

--Slammiversary main event

--Eric Young update

--Andrade signs with AEW and more news

--AEW ticket sales

--Kenny Omega injury update

--How much revenue did AEW take in from Double or Nothing

--A business deal that could be very valuable to a streaming company and why

--Former WWE star and next job update

--AEW streaming numbers

--BTE & Dark highlights

--Dana White talks Jake Paul in MMA

--Francis Ngannou talks fight pay

--Paulo Costa pulls out of main event over money

--Lots of new UFC fights

--This week's UFC show

--UFC potential directions

--Date for one of Bellator's biggest fights

--Mayweather vs. Logan Paul with business news

--Difference between AEW and boxing PPV orders

--Update on Ariel Helwani leaving ESPN

--Claressa Shields' MMA debut is a tough one

--AlistaIr Overeem signs new deal

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