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Extreme Championship Wrestling- No Minors, No Exceptions
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06-08-2009, 06:12 PM
Join Date: Aug 2007
Re: Extreme Championship Wrestling 2001- To Survive and Prosper
Sorry to say that I haven't got time for a full review right now, pal, but I've read over the majority of your show and I will try go give a few notes.
The overall feeling I got was a good one. Everything is very professional, though the size of the opening post was kinda annoying, but with regards to the show - good. The show started off wonderfully with the voiceover warning, and Joey Styles' introduction. It went a long way to buildm it all up and it was great that he took a shot at Uncle Eric. He was very well written throughout. The pulp fiction montage is a nice old-school touch, but in all honesty I'd prefer it to be worked into the show. In any event, there were some good skits in there.
Okay, so I didn't give a few notes, and I've only mentioned a couple of things, but I'll be in for your second show with a full review. Since it was your first full show, I can see you getting a whole lot better with this and it could be a very good BTB if you keep at it. I see potential here.
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