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WON NEWSLETTER: November 2, 2020 Observer Newsletter: WWE Q3 financials, more

An in-depth look at WWE finances and the company going forward is the lead story of the new issue of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter. Our lead story not just looks at the investors call this week, but goes through financial details and what they mean from the call, and looks at the landscape as well as things said that were misleading.

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WWE uploaded a post-SmackDown video with Jey Uso continuing his attack on Daniel Bryan after last night’s show went off the air. Uso pushed Bryan off a stretcher and gave him another splash from the top rope. After defeating Bryan in a Survivor Series qualifying match in last night’s main event, Uso aligned with Roman Reigns and beat down Bryan. Reigns had said that — as a consequence of losing their Hell in a Cell match — Uso would have to fall in line by the end of the night or be cast out of their family. Uso told Reigns that he’s with him and loves him.
WWE posted a storyline injury update on Bryan after Uso’s attack: “Following his match with Jey Uso on Friday Night SmackDown, Daniel Bryan was evaluated in the WWE trainer’s room, complaining of back and lower abdominal pain. WWE Medical recommended Bryan be transported to a local medical facility where multiple imaging tests were performed and revealed a bruised kidney and multiple strains and contusions throughout his thoracic and lumbar spine. Bryan was released from the facility last night and is now convalescing at home.”
Reigns tweeted after last night’s show: “A hard lesson you’re finally starting to understand… one step at a time, Uce, one step at a time. #Levels”
During a promo that aired on SmackDown last night, Carmella said she’ll be appearing on SmackDown next Friday. Carmella said she’ll show the entire world why she’s untouchable.
In celebration of Halloween, The Undertaker made an appearance on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon last night during an audience suggestion box segment.
BT Sport uploaded a No Filter WWE episode focusing on WALTER and Ilja Dragunov’s NXT UK Championship match, Aoife Valkyrie, and more.
The WWE Performance Center’s YouTube channel has a video on Kyle O’Reilly surrounding his NXT Championship match against Finn Balor at TakeOver 31.
The Best of Timothy Thatcher in PROGRESS Wrestling, EVOLVE 133, ICW Fight Club, and wXw We Love Wrestling #1 were uploaded to the WWE Network today.
Stephanie McMahon tweeted last night: “Today marks a big day for @WWE in Thailand! We are so excited to bring #WWERaw and #SmackDown to the @WWEUniverse in Thailand LIVE from the US every week, only on 3BB Sport One! @3BBtweet”
WWE’s YouTube channel uploaded The Undertaker vs. Mankind in a Buried Alive match from In Your House: Buried Alive, Alexa Bliss vs. Mickie James for the Raw Women’s Championship from the October 30, 2017 episode of Raw, and Dolph Ziggler vs. The Miz in a Trick or Street Fight from the October 29, 2015 episode of SmackDown.
Other Wrestling
Cody announced yesterday that The Gunn Club (Billy & Austin Gunn) and Lee Johnson have joined the Nightmare Family.
Eric Bischoff praised MJF following the Inner Circle Town Hall that both were part of on this week’s Dynamite.
Impact Wrestling has announced an Impact Plus exclusive event called Turning Point for Saturday, November 14.
PWInsider reported that Fallah Bahh has signed a new deal with Impact Wrestling.
Sarah Stock posted an update on her arrest from earlier this month: “Update on Evansville: The case has already been resolved. All charges were dismissed except for one misdemeanor. I paid a small fine and it’s done.”
Stephen Amell is recovering and resting at home after suffering a back injury while performing a stunt on the set of his Starz series “Heels.”A Starz spokesperson told Deadline that production has not been affected and continues as Amell recuperates.

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