Daily Update: Julia Hart and Darby Allin Update, Cody Rhodes, Karl Anderson

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This week’s Wrestling Observer Newsletter:

September 26, 2022 Observer Newsletter: AEW Grand Slam, Roman Reigns vs. Logan Paul announced for WWE Crown Jewel

AEW Grand Slam report, business, future angles from the show, ideas for shows for next year, angle, Saraya, Great Muta, Business Notes, inflation adjusted and warning signs including Highest TV Gates in American History.
The idea behind and why Roman Reigns vs Logan Paul is very different from a traditional PPV main event
CMLL’s 89th Anniversary Show. A report on the major shows this year with the most crowds and some of the best action and bookings.
Update on Extreme Rules
The US team wins the men’s world team championship and is second with the women, how the team members did and an 18-year-old captured the world championship
Jose Aldo, the great featherweight, his career and how he helped him achieve featherweight in the UFC
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Kento Miyahara, All Japan returns to Budokan Hall for its 50th anniversary, and for the first time since 2004
Dragon Gate to Dangerous Gate 2002
TV ratings including how each segment of the major show performed
Former WWE wrestler talks going to CMLL and wants to be in next year’s anniversary main event
Legends Arena returns to Mexico from TV boom
Notes on next week’s CMLL Night of Champions fan voting show
Stardom Five Star Grand Prix Update
Great Mutas’ last match
Fantastica mania may be back
Television show of former WWE announcers canceled
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Kurt Angle Talks Back After Double Knee Replacement But Note That Won’t Happen
MLW TV Taping News
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Next question about WBD Long Term
MJF talks about his return and future AEW Revolution 2023
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Saturday News Updates



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  • Julia Hart tweeted that he is fine After the horrific table bump that aired on last night’s Grand Slam rampage. There was a place where Harto was hit by the apron, but she missed the table and only her legs hit her. The rest of Hart’s body fell to the floor.
  • darby allin Posted a picture showing Staples He had to get on his mind after teaming up with Sting against The House of Blacks in a No DQ match on Rampage. Allyn captioned the photo with “Worth it.”
  • William Regal guest in latest episode AEW’s Unrestricted.
  • Karl Anderson Spoke to Sports Illustrated Before facing Hiroshi Tanahashi at Sunday’s NJPW Burning Spirit in Kobe:
          • For me, Tanahashi is an all-time top-10. I would see him having such ridiculous matches in 2008, 2009 and 2010. I learned from the spirit that he emanated from the fans, how he accelerated at the right time, the way he brought the fans to life. I see him as one of my greatest teachers. He knows that, and we have a great relationship.
          • It’s crazy to think I’m defending the championship against him. Just saying it still feels real to me. I am really grateful for this moment. I always tell young wrestlers to enjoy the journey. I look back on some of my memories in Japan, and there were times I didn’t appreciate it enough because I wanted to go home, or the trip sucked. So this is a reminder to appreciate the moment. And Tanahashi is one of the greatest ever. Getting in the ring with him motivates me.
  • With Anderson being a free agent, Sports Illustrated asked him if there was any chance he would team up with AJ Styles or Finn Balor in WWE again: “Like you said, never say never. We have verbally agreed dates with New Japan Pro-Wrestling for an extended period of time. But with Bullet Club there is such an underlying story, and we never have to end the story. [in WWE] With AJ Styles or Finn. A lot of things have happened in business, so you can never say. Whenever we can work with brothers like AJ and Finn, we’re always going to listen to them.”
  • Thursday’s Effect average 82,000 viewers On AXS TV, the show averaged over 67,000 viewers last week. The 18-49 demo had a rating of 0.01.

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