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I have a match-by-match preview of today’s Night of Champions pay-per-view.Roman Reigns posted a photo on social media celebrating his 1,000th day as WWE Universal Champion.While in Saudi Arabia for Night of Champions, Sami Zayn took a pilgrimage to Mecca. He reflected on the experience: “Being a pro wrestler and being with WWE has taken me to places I never dreamed I’d get to see and do things I never thought I’d get to do. It has provided me a life filled with incredible experiences that I will cherish forever. This one is at the top of the list.”Though he’s not even on the card, fans in Saudi Arabia chanted for LA Knight at yesterday’s pre-Night of Champions press conference.Brandi Rhodes responded to the huge reaction Cody Rhodes received at the press conference: “And some people still say he should have stayed where he was…maybe we should let that one go for now.”Hulk Hogan told Forbes that he follows AEW and thinks the company is doing great:Yeah, I do follow AEW. I think they're onto something. I think, like, whenever you're a race car driver, if you want to get really, really good at driving you need a lot of seat time. I think those boys at AEW—there's a lot of professionals there. I think the whole company needs a little bit more seat time. Even though they're going head-to-head and doing their thing, all that time being on the road.I just got to feel it is a growing process, and they're getting more momentum each and every week. So they're not going away, they're not going anywhere and it should be interesting to see how this pans out. But it's great to have competition because now the talent has choices and they're not locked into a one dimensional type of lifestyle. They can make choices and go back and forth, and there’s still Japanese companies too. So AEW's on track, bro. They're doing great.WWE wished Natalya a happy 41st birthday. She’s challenging Rhea Ripley for the SmackDown Women’s Championship at Night of Champions today.Jinder Mahal was the guest on this week’s episode of WWE After the Bell.
Our Josh Nason previewed the card for Double or Nothing.AEW uploaded an extended cut of its Countdown to Double or Nothing special.In an interview with Steve Fall, Nigel McGuinness was asked if there’s a chance he wrestles at All In London: “It’s a big question, isn’t it Steve? I mean, I’d be crazy to turn down that sort of an opportunity. But to be honest with you, I'm far more better used I would say in a commentary role at the moment. I don't want to injure myself. I don't want to kill myself. But if there was going to be the possibility of me wrestling again, like you said, you couldn’t possibly write a better ending to my in-ring career.”Jungle Boy spoke to Paste Magazine about how his career has progressed over the past four years:I mean, I felt good overall. It’s been interesting for me, kind of since the beginning, in one way or another, I’ve kind of always been tied to either one other person or multiple people. For a while it was Luchasaurus and Marko [Stunt], as like a team, and then, even in going into this long feud with Christian I was pretty much tied to him all the time. And it kind of feels like for me, this is like starting over. This is my first time, sort of, on my own. Or I don’t necessarily have someone there with me at all times. And as you said, it’s like the first main event of a pay-per-view that I’ve ever done. So it’s exciting. And it feels kind of new. And like, I feel like four years in I’m kind of getting ready to start over completely.During an interview on Barstool Sports’ Rasslin’ podcast, Adam Cole was asked about Kyle O’Reilly’s status:He's doing good. He's in good spirits. He's on the right track. There is nothing that Kyle wants to do more than come back to work especially now that Roddy is here and things like that. He seriously is one of the toughest guys that I've ever met, for sure. So everyone, keep your fingers and toes crossed. Kyle is doing awesome. He's seen great progress and hopefully we'll see him again very soon.Orange Cassidy responded to people who feel his character is “insulting” pro wrestling:As you know, there are a lot of people that don’t care for me, that don’t care about what I’m doing, they don’t like what I’m doing, they don’t appreciate it. They think I’m insulting professional wrestling or whatever you wanna call it, and then there is a living legend and a phenomenal professional wrestler in (Katsuyori) Shibata. He said he wanted, on his return, because he actually almost died doing what he does in the ring and when he came back and was able to wrestle, he mentioned two people and one of them was Bryan Danielson and the other one was me and I don’t think people understand that. I never thought that a person of that stature would even consider me for something like that and it was truly an honor and I barely beat him. I was terrified because he is Shibata. But because of that, Shibata and I actually played roulette last night, so we’re friends.Sabu responded to someone on Twitter who said he can’t take big bumps in the ring anymore: “Sh*ttttt .if the price is right ..dont count me out yet..”The latest episode of Talk is Jericho features an interview with Swerve Strickland.