- WWE officials are currently considering the idea of potentially running outdoor tapings for their weekly television shows once their current deal with the Amway Center expires at the end of October, according to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter.
- In a recent interview with TalkSport, Mickie James revealed that the reason why the referee stopped her match against Asuka on last Monday’s episode of RAW was due to him thinking she had suffered a potential concussion.
- A recent WWE special on BT Sport revealed that Pete Dunne has become the newest backstage producer for WWE’s NXT UK brand.
- A new episode of WWE 24 will be airing on October 4th on the WWE Network. This episode is titled “Drew McIntyre: The Chosen One” and will focus on McIntyre’s career in WWE.
- A new episode of WWE Timeline reportedly will be airing on the WWE Network on September 23rd, according to WWENetworkNews.com. This episode will be focusing on the Triple H and Seth Rollins working relationship and rivalry in WWE.
- A new episode of Steve Austin’s Broken Skull Sessions series reportedly will be airing on September 27th on the WWE Network, according to WWENetworkNews.com. This episode will feature Kurt Angle as the guest.
- AEW officials currently are working on plans for a themed show for their October 7th episode of AEW Dynamite, according to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter.
- AEW officials also currently have plans to continue holding tapings at Daily’s Place at least until the end of November, according to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter.
- Tony Khan reportedly made the decision to sign Will Hobbs to an official contract with the company and give him a push after being very impressed with the quality of his work since his match against Darby Allin on AEW Dark, according to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter.
- AEW recently filed a trademark for “Blood Brothers” on September 15th for wrestling and entertainment-related purposes.
- Cody Rhodes is currently expected to make his return to AEW television within the next three weeks or so, according to PWInsider.
- New Japan Pro Wrestling reportedly have not decided which of their on-going G1 Climax 2020 tournament events will feature English commentary on New Japan World besides the final three events, according to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter. The first two events of this year’s tournament only featured Japanese commentary.
- Jeff Cobb reportedly has recently signed a contract with New Japan Pro Wrestling, according to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter.
- Major League Wrestling reportedly has signed several new talents to contracts with the company for their upcoming restart of television tapings, according to PWInsider.
- Revolution Pro Wrestling announced that this year’s Epic Encounters 3 event will be taking place on October 4th in Portsmouth, England.
- Josh Barnett announced on Twitter that Alexander James and “Filthy” Tom Lawlor are the next set of official competitors for this year’s Josh Barnett’s Bloodsport event on October 11th in Indianapolis, Indiana.
- In a recent episode of The Chase Thomas Podcast, Chris Sabian revealed that he is currently working as both an active talent and backstage producer for Impact Wrestling.
- PWTorch’s Wade Keller reported that AEW drew an average of 161,000 extra viewers for their episodes of AEW Dynamite and WWE drew an average of 157,000 extra viewers for their episodes of NXT during the weeks in August and September that both shows aired unopposed.
- During a recent interview with TMZ Sports, UFC’s President Dana White stated that he currently does not expect Brock Lesnar to make his return to the company. Lesnar has been a free agent since his WWE contract expired this past April.
“The guy has had a long killer career. He actually came in and became a UFC heavyweight champ and the guy’s made a lot of money. I just don’t see him coming back over here again at his age.” White said he’d love to hear from Lesnar and find out how Lesnar and his family are doing, but he expects that would be the extent of their conversation.”