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WON NEWSLETTER: March 15, 2021 Observer Newsletter: AEW Revolution, WrestleMania 37 ticket details

We've got the most detailed analysis of AEW Revolution as the lead story in the new issue of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter.

We look at the fallout of the errant explosion, the business numbers, what drew and what was the reason for so many new purchasers and will they be back, lessons from the show, the signing of Christian Cage, a look back at different signings and how they've turned out, Christian's road to returning to wrestling, usage of Christian Cage, differences with AEW and Impact, Ethan Page, plus match-by-match coverage with star ratings and poll results.

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WrestleMania ticket sales, as well as the planned show.

We've got our first annual Shad Gaspard/Jon Huber Memorial Award winners for 2020 and the reasons why.

WWE Network migration to Peacock, a look at the seven year history of the WWE Network and what was and wasn't a success financially regarding it, what has happened to PPVs in general.  We look at projections and how they fell short, but what ended up saving the company from the projections falling short.

John Laurinaitis being put back n his old position, and his story, and what happens to Mark Carrano, matches for the next Takeover shows, update on Fast Lane, new and departing WWE writers, new television location, WWE reaction to thigh slapping, where wrestling shows rank among sports shows in the U.S. this past week, foreign television ratings, Gable Steveson goes for NCAA title, Jim Johnstone talks WWE music today, Pat McAfee talks WrestleMania, WWE current market value, and the surprising most-watched thing this past week on the WWE Network.

Life of Buddy Colt and the plane crash that ended his career.

UFC 259, with scoring notes, business notes, poll results, where the champions go next, plus match-by-match coverage.

NHL deal affects pro wrestling and what it means for WWE and AEW, how ESPN is using it and where things stand with NBCU.

WWE over WrestleMania weekend, and the Hall of  Fame ceremony.

Dwayne Johnson's attempt to revive the XFL.

New Japan Cup and the anniversary show with match-by-match coverage and star ratings for the matches over the past week, and a look at where things stand for the rest of the tournament.

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.

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

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  • WWE has sent emails to WWE Network subscribers that their subscription will expire at the end of the next billing cycle and encouraged subscribers to sign up for Peacock. Subscribers will receive prorated refunds after April 4, when the Network is fully integrated to Peacock and is no longer accessible.
  • Drew McIntyre talked to Bleacher Report about having a large amount of fans at WrestleMania: "It means the world. Last year, I'm so proud of what we did, bringing the world an escape with WrestleMania, brought a lot of smiles on a lot of faces during a difficult time...but we've all been buzzing for the idea of the fans coming back. The fans are unreal, so passionate in general. They've been starved of WWE for a long time, and they're ready to make some noise, and it's so cool the first time they're gonna be there is at WrestleMania. I'm just gonna try to not get overwhelmed. That's gonna be the biggest challenge for me, walking out for the first time in a stadium with that many people at WrestleMania trying to compose myself. I can't wait."
  • Guests on The Bump today included Kevin Owens, Alundra Blayze, and Savio Vega.
  • Eric Bischoff will be the guest on Corey Graves’ After the Bell podcast this week.
  • Last night’s episode of Young Rock on NBC scored 2,955,000 viewers.
  • McKenzie Mitchell spoke to Mercedes Martinez on her NXT journey.
  • Ember Moon and Shotzi Blackheart have received their NXT Women’s Tag Team title nameplates.
  • Matches added to WWE’s YouTube channel today include Hulk Hogan vs. Andre the Giant from WrestleMania III and Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. Shawn Michaels from King of the Ring 1997.
  • Former WWE star Kevin Fertig has filed for trademarks on his former names in WWE, Mordecai and Kevin Thorne.
  • Natalya’s article in the Calgary Sun this week looks at The British Bulldog being inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame.

Other Wrestling

  • There will be live English commentary for the last three NJPW Cup shows, which take place on Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday.
  • David Marquez confirmed that he would not be returning to the NWA, as he was not invited back for the next series of tapings.
  • The NWA has added JR Kratos vs. Tyrus for their Back For The Attack pay-per-view event on March 21.
  • ACTION Wrestling announced that new Impact World Tag Team Champions David Finlay and Juice Robinson will face Dominic Garrini and Kevin Ku on their April 9th show in Tampa, Florida.
  • Last night’s Dark Side of the Ring Confidential scored 81.000 viewers, up from last week’s 79,000.
  • In an interview with the Hamilton Spectator, Ethan Page revealed that he has signed a three-year deal with AEW.
  • Sporting News talked to Tony Khan on the growth of AEW’s women’s division and the feud between Britt Baker and Thunder Rosa.
  • WrestleCon tickets have now gone on sale. The newest name added to the event is NJPW’s Jay White.
  • Effy spoke to Wrestling Inc on on his upcoming Big Gay Brunch event and working with Cassandro.
  • Doug Williams, who has recently announced his return to wrestling, told Wrestle Zone that he still has eight months left in his contract with Ring of Honor.
  • Sean Waltman spoke to Sports Illustrated on his new podcast, Pro Wrestling 4 Life. He expressed interest in returning to the ring, saying “I watch the product now and I think, if I had both knees under me, I could keep up with a lot of these guys. If people want me, I’ll do it, but I am also mindful of being an older guy taking up too much oxygen. That’s not what I want. If there is some room for me to have a few matches, that’s all I want.”
  • The film Cagefighter, which stars Jon Moxley, Chuck Lidell, and Gina Gershon, will premiere on Crackle on April 1.
  • Jeannine Mjoseth, who wrestled for the WWE as Mad Maxine briefly in the late 1980s, has a story in The Washington Post about her upcoming autobiographical novel. 
  • The latest Aces High article looks at Tanahashi’s career at the end of 2005.

Daily Pro Wrestling History: The Rock vs. Hogan at WrestleMania X8