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Old 02-11-2009, 06:32 PM   #3681 (permalink)
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Just got my ROH order took a little longer than usual but about to go watch Death before Dishonor 3 hopefully its more than a 1 match show
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Old 02-11-2009, 10:49 PM   #3682 (permalink)
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Ring of Honor - This Means War II
1. Kevin Steen vs Pelle Primeau (**)
2. Daizee Haze vs Sara Del Rey (*3/4)
3. El Generico vs Jason Blade vs Eddie Edwards vs Erick Stevens (**1/2)
4. Colt Cabana vs Delirious (**3/4)
5. Claudio Castagnoli vs Jay Briscoe (**3/4)
6. Homicide vs Brent Albright (***)
7. Shingo vs Jack Evans (**3/4)
8. Aries/Cross/Stevens vs Romero/Richards/Strong (***1/2)
9. Morishima/Hero vs McGuiness/Williams (***3/4)

Ratings arent overly high but its an enjoyable show.
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Old 02-12-2009, 09:29 AM   #3683 (permalink)
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ROH Driven 2008

Austin Aries vs Delirious - ***
-Finishing sequence made Aries look like a total monster, awesome stuff.

Sara Del Rey vs Jessie McKay- 1/2*
-SQUASH

Brent Albright & Erick Stevens vs Adam Pearce & Eddie Edwards - **3/4
-Fine match, made better by the hot finish.

Jerry Lynn vs Chris Hero - ***1/4

Bryan Danielson vs Go Shiozaki vs Claudio Castagnoli - ***1/2

Tag Team Scramble:
The Briscoes vs YRR vs Vulture Squad vs Necro Butcher - ***
-Fun little sprint

Nigel McGuinness vs Roderick Strong - ****1/4-****1/2
-Loved this. Great arm work, Roderick looked fantastic.

Steen & Generico vs Age of the Fall - ****1/2
-Maybe ****3/4, can't decide on first viewing. Simply awesome action though. Would have definitely been in my Top 5 MOTYC for 08.
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Bruiser Brody & Stan Hansen v Terry & Dory Funk (12/8/84)

You know when Brody's at his best? When he's in there with guys like Terry Funk, because then he actually has to sell and *gasp*... bump. Don't get me wrong, I love Brody. But God dammit, he is one uncooperative motherfucker. I watched this about 4 years ago and dropped 5 snowflakes on it. Not quite as enamoured this time around, but man, this is just some awesome pro-'rasslin.

Brody and Hansen control most of the first ten minutes, hitting shoulder tackles and big boots and knees, and it's pretty obvious that the Funks are up against some heavy shit. Terry spends the majority of the first half on the apron, but his first tag in gets a massive reaction from the crowd. Terry is beloved, and now he's back.

Dory is the one that does the majority of the load for his team (or takes the majority of the beatings, rather), and it makes sense with this being Terry's first match back in over a year. Dory's as stoic and methodical as always, and is, as usual, the perfect contrast to Terry's wild, brawling, raw emotion. Terry trying his damndest to get out of a Brody piledriver is great, but his failure to do so and response to it by popping back up, eyes glazed over, before collapsing again like a cartoon character slipping on a babana peel, is pretty much the best thing I'm likely to see this week. Actually, it's Thursday, and I usually lose all vision during the last few days of the week, so it's guarenteed to be the best thing I see this week.

Around the 12 minute mark Terry and Dory start to put together a decent chunk off offence, and it's only a matter of time before Brody and Hansen get pissed off enough to start whoopin' fools with chairs and stuff. Then Joe Higuchi gets sandwiched between Terry and the turnbuckles, so shit is really on.

Fist they take out Terry. Technically, he's the weakest of the two at this point in time. Dory's been active for the last year, so with Terry out of the way, they decide to try and break a table over his back. The job is pretty much done, and with the referee stirring again, it's practicially curtains. That's unless Terry can get back in the ring. Oh... he appears to be doing so. And, uh... he has a chain in his hand.

Unsurprisingly, he goes postal on everybody, including the referee for trying to stop him. Match gets thrown out, but Terry continues to beat on fools. Nobody fucks with his Funkin' brother. Terry's back... here's to his next retirement.

Really, from the opening bell to the 16-ish minute mark, this is fantastic. Great story, and executed perfectly. The problem I have with it is the finish. And it's kinda a big problem. Now, I know that this is All Japan in the 1980 and that clean finishes aren't the norm blah blah blah... but this is the culmination of a feud that started three years ago. From the moment Hansen debuted in the 1981 RWTL finals, destroying the Funks and torpedoing Terry Funk's head with a lariat, through the '82 finals, right through to Terry's eventual retirement. Three years later, Terry returns to help his brother take down Brody and Hansen. This needs some kind of finish. Whether it's a "Terry returns and overcomes the unstoppable forces" deal, or a "Brody and Hansen beat the valiant Terry Funk, who just didn't have enough in him after a year lay off" deal, this one has to have a conclusive end. It doesn't, and it ultimately leaves this as "just another great match," when it should've been so much more.

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I have that match on my Brody 5 disc, still need to watch it...guess what I am doing tonight...
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Old 02-12-2009, 01:13 PM   #3686 (permalink)
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The highspots set? Because that's where I watched it from, too .
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Old 02-12-2009, 04:40 PM   #3687 (permalink)
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Just going to say this all I have left of DBD 3 and it is looking like a 1 match show
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Old 02-12-2009, 05:21 PM   #3688 (permalink)
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PWG All Star Weekend 6 Night One

PWG World Title Match

Bryan Danielson vs. Low Ki ****¼

Karl Anderson vs. El Generico ***

Ronin vs. Scorpio Sky **½

Scott Lost and Joey Ryan vs. Tyler Black and Jimmy Jacobs ***¾

Number One Contender Best of 3 Series
Roderick Strong vs. Jack Evans ***¼-***½

Speed Muscle vs. The Young Bucks ***½

Alex Kozlov vs. Perkins **

CIMA vs. Susumu Yokosuka ***¼

Intergender Six Person Tag Team Match

Chris Hero, Necro Butcher and Candice LeRae vs. Human Tornado, Claudio Castagnoli and Eddie Kingston ****

Really great show. Ki/Danielson was tremendous, hell of an opener. the 2 tag matches were both very good and better then I was expecting them to be, Kozlov/Perkins dragged so much, CIMA/Yokosuka was disappointing due to the length and the main event was tons of fun. 1 of my favourite PWG shows so far
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After reading 1/4s of 'Brody', I feel like i must get his highspots set on my next payday.
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I don't know if it is the highspots set, I got it a the last F1RST show from a dealer.

I give the Funk Bothers/Brody & Hanson match ****. I also wished for a clean finish, or even a dirty finish with a good five minutes left, cause at the end shit was getting hot. My grade pry seems outragously low for this match compared to everyone elses, but I have only been watching wrestling for five year now, and I am not used to this style. I am not like those that remember the glory of the eighties. I can not take a trip down memory lane to visit the attitude era. I don't have memories of ECW and WCW imploding. I started out as a 12 year old John Cena mark and have moved on to better (or at least finer in my sense of the word) wrestling tastes...but for me, this seemed old fashioned. Like sitcoms from the fifties...just not funny to someone that watches Family Guy. Never the less, a classic match, and maybe something I will understand later. We will see.

Also since I don't feel like digging out the 2008 MOTY Thread I am posting this here.

Chris Hero vs. Low Ki (BOLA 2008 Finals) *****

Now this may seem like the most point fairyish thing to do in the world, but its not. In fact, this is the only match I have ever gone all out ***** for. The strikes were legit, the story was great, the submissions excrutiating. It was such a hot match. The best I have ever seen. Flawless is the word to describe it. Maybe it's not for everyone, but to me that is wrestling at it's best.

That is my two cents...
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