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Karl Stern’s 100 darkest moments in pop culture history series continues.
Dave Meltzer rounds up the weekend news with notes on Anthony Johnson’s passing, the Survivor Series main event, plus Jun Akiyama in AEW.
Matt Ryan joins Andrew Zarian to talk about AEW’s big week, plus UFC 281.
The show will air at 4 PM Eastern due to a doubleheader of NHL action.
Mysterio was replaced in the SmackDown World Cup tournament by Mustafa Ali.
Ikemen Jiro was also in singles action on this edition of Level Up.
Indi Hartwell, and the Dyad will be in action on Tuesday’s show.
Johnson challenged for UFC gold twice.


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