Various: More on AEW & NXT Ratings, NJPW World Tag League Night 10 Results, Indies

More on AEW Dynamite and WWE NXT Ratings for Month of October to Mid-November

Both AEW Dynamite and WWE NXT have been getting an extra couple of hundred thousand viewers on average when including DVR viewership for their weekly viewership tallies since the start of the Wednesday night wars, Dave Meltzer reported in Wednesday’s episode of Wrestling Observer Radio.

Meltzer also reported that while this is a significant amount of additional viewers for both shows, this group is not ideal for advertisers due to DVR viewers being more likely to skip commercial breaks during shows. Meltzer also stated that this group is also of very little use when it comes to AEW and WWE negotiating for new television contracts in the future.

NJPW World Tag League 2019 Tournament Night 10 Results, Updated Standings

NJPW World Tag League 2019 tournament Night 10 quick match results:

  • NJPW World Tag League 2019 match – Toru Yano & Colt Cabana defeated Hirooki Goto & Karl Fredericks via pinfall (8:08)
  • NJPW World Tag League 2019 match – Bad Luck Fale & Chase Owens defeated Manabu Nakanishi & Yuji Nagata via pinfall (8:10)
  • NJPW World Tag League 2019 match – KENTA & Yujiro Takahashi defeated Tencozy via submission (10:32)
  • NJPW World Tag League 2019 match – Minoru Suzuki & Lance Archer defeated Great Bash Heel via pinfall (12:27)
  • NJPW World Tag League 2019 match – Shingo Takagi & Terrible defeated Hiroshi Tanahashi & Toa Henare via pinfall (13:04)
  • NJPW World Tag League 2019 match – Guerrillas of Destiny defeated Jeff Cobb & Mikey Nicholls via submission (14:47)
  • NJPW World Tag League 2019 match – EVIL & SANADA defeated Zack Sabre Jr. & Taichi via pinfall (17:52)

Night 11 of World Tag League 2019 takes place this Friday at the Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, Japan.

Updated World Tag League 2019 tournament standings:

  1. EVIL & SANADA – 14 points (7-1)
  2. FinJuice (David Finlay & Juice Robinson) – 14 points (7-1)
  3. Tomohiro Ishii & YOSHI-HASHI – 14 points (7-1)
  4. Guerrillas of Destiny (Tama Tonga & Tanga Loa) – 12 points (6-2)
  5. Toru Yano & Colt Cabana – 12 points (6-3)
  6. Minoru Suzuki & Lance Archer – 12 points (6-3)
  7. Jeff Cobb & Mikey Nicholls – 10 points (5-5)
  8. Shingo Takagi & Terrible – 10 points (5-5)
  9. KENTA & Yujiro Takahashi – 8 points (4-4)
  10. Tencozy (Satoshi Kojima & Hiroyoshi Tenzan) – 8 points (4-6)
  11. Bad Luck Fale & Chase Owens – 6 points (3-5)
  12. Zack Sabre Jr. & Taichi – 6 points (3-6)
  13. Great Bash Heel (Togi Makabe & Tomoaki Honma) – 6 points (3-7)
  14. Hirooki Goto & Karl Fredericks – 4 points (2-7)
  15. Hiroshi Tanahashi & Toa Henare – 4 points (2-7)
  16. Manabu Nakanishi & Yuji Nagata – 2 points (1-9)

Misc. Wrestling News & Notes

Major League Wrestling announced that they are currently holding a Black Friday sale for tickets for their Opera Cup 2019 event on December 5th in Queens, New York. All tickets for the event are currently available at a 20% off discount and the sale end this Monday at midnight.

A documentary based on the life and career of Bruno Sammartino, titled Bruno Sammartino, reportedly will have an advance theatrical run starting this Friday in New York City, New York and Santa Monica, California, according to PWInsider. It was also reported that a nationwide theatrical release of the documentary will take place at a later date.

Tom Lawlor stated during a recent episode of the Filthy Four Daily podcast show that his new multi-year contract with Major League Wrestling is not exclusive and allows him the ability to work for other promotions.

Ring of Honor announced a new match for the card of their Final Battle 2019 event on December 13th in Baltimore, Maryland:
– Dan Maff vs. Jeff Cobb