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WCW Rules' Review of PARANoIR's EP-Dubya
Cage Vs Joe:
Interesting choice for an opener, and regardless of whether or not this was as important as it should've been, perhaps this could've been saved for another time? In any case, this was an awesome match to start off the show. Both men didn't tarry, and it definitely showed that the both of them had it in for one another. I could see Joe kicking out of the Uunprettier, but the finish was exceptional. Your match writing is superfluous, with enough transitions. Definitely like your word choice too.
Still can't believe Cage picked up the win, but meh, kinda glad Joe isn't being pushed as a total force to be reckoned with. Let him develop over time. Joe's comments at the end were moderate, but could've been rephrased a tad bit better, leaving it oblivious to the reader as to the obviousness of his intentions. Still, awesome match to start off the show. And he's the baddest Mothafucka on the planet, yeah!
LAX Vs Danielson/Aries:
Another interesting choice of opponenents. I'm liking the current mix-up of talent, definitely akin to TNA/ROH trade-offs. An evened match with an abundance of action, I'm pretty much into this so far. However, without knowing too much of Aries, though perhaps a bit of LAX and Danielson, I may be a bit lost as to the occurence of moves. Still, the flow was exponential, and the description of the action was on par with everything so far in the show, which is good. Nice to see LAX gain a victory, with a little tension brewing between Aries and Danielson, I think this was a good way to add heat to their rivalry.
I absolutely loved this promo, everything down to the presentation, structure, content, and sheer dialogue, this definitely kept my interest. The beginning was a bit bland, with introductions of the tournament participants and so forth, I know how that can be like. However, once Hassan was added to the mix, this promo was given a whole new perspective, one that I quite enjoyed. Hassan was very much in character, as well as Heyman, as I see you're developing them to your liking as well as retaining their already formed personas. Daivari in a match with Lesnar? I don't expect Hassan to retain his spot, if he ever had a chance anyway.
Daivari Vs Lesnar:
Nothing but a glorified squash proving Lesnar's dominance, and well, Hassan's inability to choose a competent partner to do his bidding. What I thought was awkward was having the word, "Heel", in the match. That wasn't needed, and I think you should stray from mentioning any kayfabe words. However, do as you will, it's only a recommendation. I loved how the ending went down, a tad bit unnerving to see Lesnar wouldn't rest, but I liked how he didn't pin Daivari until he was completely done with him. Good booking on your part. I knew Hassan wouldn't remain, just hope something happens for him in the future though.
Interesting to see the show end with a promo, but I hope this is long and interesting. The violence at the beginning was appropriate. Personally, it adds to a feud, but overdoing it won't help, not that I'm saying you did, but having it being kept as occasional definitely keeps the mystique, and the interest. In any case, Rhino was definitely in character, but if you could make him a bit more intense, that'd be great. "GORE! GORE! GORE!" is definitely one of his trademarks, so kudos. Jericho's comments throughout the promo went from hit to miss, but in general, you retained his character very well. I thought it was interesting with the masked wrestler, and lo and behold, it's Edge. Not a huge fan of the man, but it seems as if he is invading? Surely hope it's not a vendetta, I hope it's a personal matter. Great way to end a show, though another match could've pleased.
Length was perfect, nothing overbearing, but nothing too short either. 10/10
One match didn't do it for me, but all the segments had their own unique flavor and presence, which I thought was expertly done. You're definitely putting in the effort, and all the feuds are developing nicely with little variety thrown in, but they're indeed personal. 9/10
Your vocabulary is exceptional, your structure of sentences, etc is superb. I'm not English professor, but I definitely liked what I saw. 9/10
Definitely a strong point. One or two became a bit repetitive, with the ending promo becoming one of the highlights. The promo with Hassan and Heyman was brilliant I must admit. However, there is still work to be done. 8.5/10
A squash, and two interesting match ups entailed the show, with good reason, but another match, or a Main Event could've done the trick. However, it was different, so it was ok. Your booking is interesting, but still some decisions are a bit weird. 8/10
Definitely loved the show. By all means, in terms of quality, it was there. You're on your way to becoming a distinguished booker in your own right. Great job on the show, with few faults. 8.5/10