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Old 04-26-2012, 09:34 AM   #5584 (permalink)
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CZW December 8, 2007 "Cage Of Death 9" - Philadelphia, PA

1. CZW Music Video

2. Cult Fiction Interview
They bring out Ox Baker, fun little segment here.

3. Nicky Benz, Joe Gacy & Alex Colon vs. Greg Excellent, LJ Cruz & Beef Wellington
Beef Wellington was the surprise partner of the other 2.

4. Cheech, Cloudy & Brodie Lee vs. Nate Hatred & Team AnDrew

5. LuFisto vs. Sabian
I really, really hate man vs woman matches, so I didn't really enjoy this one.

6. Jon Dahmer & Danny Demanto vs. Niles Young & Derek Frazier

7. Lumberjack Strap Match - Maven vs. LOBO

8. Ruckus vs. Messiah vs. Nick Gage
Open Challenge match. Messiah answered the challenge, a couple minutes later Nick Gage made his return to a big pop.

9. Ultraviolent Tables Match - WHACKS vs. Viking vs. SeXXXy Eddy
Not really a great match but the ending/final spot was so fucking insane it really bumped the rating up for me.

10. Fans Bring The Weapons - Chuey Martinez vs. Mitch Ryder

11. Cage Of Death Team CZW (Necro Butcher, Danny Havoc, Toby Klein & Drake Younger) vs. Team MBA (Brain Damage, Scotty Vortekz, Diehard Dustin Lee & DJ Hyde)
This is the 4th COD I've seen I think and it's my 2nd favorite so far. A little cluttered at times but that didn't really bother me much.

12. Bonus Material - BLK OUT Music Video

13. Bonus Match - Pinky Sanchez vs. Ryan McBride
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