* I realise the angles are done due to venue size and to minimise the reality of the crowd attendance figure but when done during the wrestlers' entrances (Ox's especially) it doesn't feel well made and a ring-rope often obstructs some of the view. Perhaps a front-facing view while the wrestler walks around the ring will be better, especially with an angle looking up to the wrestler. The hard-camera during matches is completely fine, but the random camera-angle changes feel odd. They should rather focus on making the move look impactful, whereas they come across like a channel-changing CCTV camera where other cameramen obstruct the view.
*Some might think a "swoosh"/motion sound might add to the impression of the logo transition effect, though I find it quite fine.
*If I remember correctly your previous posts/book made note of only adding light to the ring, as you viewed that as the viewer's focus not the fans. That's fine, I won't argue against that, as it also fools the viewer into believing the audience is larger than it is. But I do think the lighting is too dark upon the ring. Empire Wrestling
does it quite well, if I'm honest. While their gym-room (I'm not sure what those rooms are called in America) is larger, it's not larger by much. The audience you see is as far as it goes, but the effect makes it look as if there might be more fans. The lighting in the video
Facen has up looks closer to what I'm getting at, but I can see argument for it being too bright. Halfway between, leaning more to the latter, would be much more appreciated.
*The overlay guy who does the advertisements is rather flat and his "emotion", if hardly there, feels forced into his words. In other words, it's not impactful enough. The commentators also seem delayed in their calls as well as feeling like they have no commitment to their work. They're painfully emotionless (judging on the match-up with one of The Heartbreakers). I did enjoy their build-up to the main, however.
*Facen is impressive in ability, strength and look. His mannerisms are good, and he gets the nuances of the match over. I can see why Jordane is shifted into the position he is - he's massive (6'5"?) and not badly built, so he just needs to throw a good punch and he's believable. I didn't have the time to watch the entire match, as I really should to make a better impression, but he doesn't seem as confident in the ring as Facen, though, in that he feels slightly hesitant in some of his moves. Potential is still, obviously, there.