01-29-2013, 05:42 AM
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Re: Official Indy DVD Thread
CZW Night of Infamy 11
(bcuz it's impossible to read the DVD cover)
1. Dustin Rayz vs. Pepper Parks vs. Latin Dragon
Decent match, but Latin Dragon is horrible. Pepper Parks is talented.
2. Kimber Lee vs. Greg Excellent
Another decent match, but would’ve been much better with reversed heel/face dynamics, because this way it’s impossible to root for Greg, he’s so damn annoying.
3. ULTRAVIOLENT RULES: Danny Havoc vs. Alex Colon
Awesome match. Danny Havoc is a standout in these kinds of matches, you know what you get with him. Colon, of course, worked very well too, even in this environment. This guy is seriously underrated, his performances are top notch every time I watch CZW.
4. CZW World Tag Team Championship: 4-Loco (Azrieal & Bandido Jr.) © vs. Toby Klein & Human Tornado vs. BLKOUT (BLK Jeez & Ruckus)
Worst match ever? I think yes.
5. ULTRAVIOLENT RULES: Matt Tremont & New Jack vs. Joe Gacy & Ron Mathis
Marking out for NEW JACK, baby! This was awesome. If Tremont wins, he’s back in CZW. This was a handicap match at first, so Gacy and Mathis were annihilating Tremont. But then New Jack shows up, and evens the score. Madness, destruction. Tremont wins, and gets his job back. Tries to punish Mathis post-match by putting him through a glass pane, but it backfired because DJ made the save. Fucking SICK bump from Tremont! He’s incredibly tough. Glass, blood, flesh, and many stitches. Graphic backstage camera shots, and a damn good promo from Tremont, hyping the Cage of Death main event. Awesome match and angle.
6. CZW Wired TV Championship: AR Fox © vs. Lucky tHURTeen vs. Rich Swann vs. Shane Strickland
This was fun. Some crazy ass high-flying shit right there. But they kept it relatively cool, thank God. Mr. Fox is not human.
7. OI4K (Dave Crist & Jake Crist) vs. The Briscoes
Solid match, but I just couldn’t get into it.
8. CZW World Heavyweight Championship: MASADA © vs. Davey Richards
Good match with Davey being in advantage here, in non-deathmatch environment, getting cocky based on it, and finally - getting surprised by the fact MASADA can actually work regular matches. MASADA > Davey.
In terms of in-ring work, this was a rock solid show. Four good matches, three decent ones, and only one DUD. Nothing special, though, except for Colon being great again, Tremont being a crazy motherfucker, New Jack coming back, and AR Fox flying like a madman. But, this was a segment heavy show. First, there was the DJ/locker room confrontation, then it was DJ destroying Tremont after his match, and finally - Adam Cole and Sami Callihan talking about shit. Literally. Overall, I had a fun watching this.