For anyone interested i posted a handful of ROH dvds on Ebay for 2.99 or less and they are ending tomorrow, at about the time Wrestlemania starts. If anyone from here two auctions, i will throw in a free DVD. Just PM me. Here are the shows i have listed now.
ROH - Return Engagement
A new Level
Fifth Year Festival NYC
Final Battle 03
Best of CM Punk Vol3
ROH on HDNET Vol 1
Expect the Unexpected
Best of Samoa Joe Vol 1
Up For Grabs
Death Before Dishonor 2003
Night of Champions
Better than our Best
Steel Cage Warfare
Best of the Rottweilers
Evolve 3 Rise or Fall
Rise and Fall of ECW
FIP - BYOB
Before they were stars CM Punk
Straight Shooting Jim Mitchell
Straight Shooting Percy Pringle
TNA Best of Abyss
TNA Final Resolution 2008
TNA Destination X 2008
TNA Slamiversary 2008
Hey guys, I had a question again about dvd's on a specific site. The site I was checking out was RF Video (http://www.rfvideo.com/) Alot of you probably know this site already? Anyway I had some questions and I hope someone is able to answer them.
1. Is it a trustworthy site?
2. I was looking to buy a couple dvd's and I was wondering if anyone knew if these were original (so not burned) dvd's with menu's and extra's? The dvd's I'm looking to buy are:
Favourite(s): The Phenomenal One, THE MAN, & El Ingobernable
Re: Official Indy DVD Thread
ROH - Honor Takes Center Stage - Chapter 2
The Kings of Wrestling vs. Adam Cole & Kyle O'Reilly - ***1/2 Really surprised they had this open the show but it was a perfect way to do it regardless. The Kings were clearly angry and took out all that aggression on the two youngsters but Cole'Reilly hung with the former champs and it REALLY looked like Claudio was gonna tap for the 2nd day in a row. Not a very long match, but a really good one.
Colt Cabana vs. Dave Taylor - ** Pretty average, which was a bit disappointing. After his defeat Taylor still got a standing ovation and a please come back chant.
Homicide vs. Tommaso Ciampa - **3/4 A very solid match. Ciampa really impressed me and Homicide looked much better this weekend than he has the entire time he's been back. Still hate The Embassy though...
Cristopher Daniels vs. Michael Elgin - *** Another solid match. Like I keep saying, Elgin continues to impress. Daniels cheats to win.
SHIMMER Tag Team Championship
Daizee Haze & Tomoka Nakagawa(c) vs. Hiroyo Matsumoto & Ayumi Kurihara - **3/4 Just a tad bit better than the women's match from the previous night. Fantastic showing from all the Joshi, but Matsumoto & Kurihara especially. Love to see them back. Oh and Daizee is a crack whore who needs to eat a fucking sandwich.
The Briscoes vs. All Night Express - **** Wow. I expected this to get physical and I assumed there'd be a lot of brawling but Jesus Christ this was INTENSE. An all out bloodbath highlighted by Jay Briscoe spitting what looks like red mist which is actually just his own blood, a completely out of nowhere table spot, Mark Briscoe falling face first on a ring post, and the crowd going nuts for Rhett Titus. Very reminiscent of the Briscoes/KOW bloodbath from DBDH VIII. Highly suggest you see this one.
Roderick Strong vs. El Generico - ***1/2 Can't really say I got into this one too much. It was pretty slow all the way through with tons of interference. No idea why Truth wasn't banned from ringside. Not saying it was a bad match, it just wasn't nearly as good as their one from SoCal 2. Everything post-match overshadows what happened during. This should set up some great TV Title matches against Cabana and Generico though.
The American Wolves vs. Charlie Hass & Shelton Benjamin - **** Excellent wrestling in this one. Some really nice exchanges from all four guys and some creativity to go along with it. Really liked all the stereo germans and reversals. Shelton continues to look like a million bucks and I'd love to see them have some singles matches. Probably my favorite WGTT match this year. Curious to see who their first defense will be against.
Overall: 8/10 Tag team wrestling dominated this show. I preferred Night 1 overall but this one certainly wasn't bad either. Several storyline advancements comin out of it.
Michael Elgin vs El Generico **1/2 (Solid opener)
4-Way Survival **
Chicks Tag Team ***1/2 (AWESOME)
The Briscoes vs Cole & O'Reilly ***1/2 (Heel Briscoes are so fresh and awesome now)
Roderick Strong vs Davey Richards ***1/2
The Kings Of Wrestling vs WGTT ***3/4
Eddie Edwards vs Christopher Daniels **** (MOTN by far, great story telling and fantastic action)
The Kings Of Wrestling vs Cole & O'Reilly ***
Colt Cabana vs Dave Taylor **
Homicide vs Tommaso Ciampa *1/2 (Wow, talking about mess)
Christopher Daniels vs Michael Elgin **1/2
Shimmer Chicks *** (Another awesome women match)
The Briscoes vs The All Night Express ****1/2 (Match of the year candidate, this was phenomenal)
Roderick Strong vs El Generico **** (Ole! Generico is absolutely amazing, the most outstanding wrestler in ROH)
American Wolves vs WGTT ***3/4 (Great match, but I was disappointed actually)
Overall, this was one HELL OF A RIDE, just brilliant wrestling for 20 bucks only, yes the stream was bad sometimes, but that's the internet folks. Just awesome wrestling and story telling, MOTYC x 3, great, old school tag team action, great chicks' matches, nothing under two stars (except for Homicide/Ciampa), which tells you how awesome this was. Great weekend for 'rasslin fans.
El Generico vs Michael Elgin **1/2
Good opener and Elgin continues to look impressive and Generico was of course great. Wasn't a fan of the ending but it obviously set something up.
Four Corner Survival **
This was decent and quite fun. Cabana is always good but i wasn't really that impressed with Ciampa, although his finisher is pretty awesome.
Matsumoto & Kurihara vs Del Ray & Deeb ***
Hell yeah, this was a GREAT womans match, some great spots and the Joshi girls looked awesome!
Briscoes vs Cole & O'Rilley ***1/4
Really good action here, Briscoes didn't do anything that heelish in the match but they did turn up the intensity and looked more agressive than usual. ColeRilley are great and continue to impress, they have some great double team moves and give it a year or so they could be tag champs.
Roderick Strong vs Davey Richards ****1/4
These two never ever disapoint as far as i'm concerned. It did start slow, but it all led up to one of my favorite finishing sequences in a while, and the finish its self was awesome. Roddy knows how to make his finishers look weak though i have to say which probably kept it from being higher.
KOW vs WGTT ****
Another great match between these two teams. On the same level as their others IMO. The finish was great as claudio's leg had been worked on by WGTT. Hero only hit one elbow in the match and it looked brutal as did benjamins super kick. The crowd popped big for the finish as well. Oh yeah...WGTT have the greatest entrance theme ever lol.
Eddie Edwards vs Christopher Daniels ****
Great title match but i personaly thought the 9th Anniversary match was better. After the awesome taable spot it really picked up with Daniels working over the back and showing his heel side coming out, back and forth for a bit before the really good finish.
On Friday night at “Honor Takes Center Stage: Chapter One”, Christopher Daniels challenged Eddie Edwards for the ROH World Title, and did so in a hyper-aggressive fashion rarely seen out of Daniels. Then, with frustration clearly etched on his face following the loss, “The Fallen Angel” did something quite out of character for him, at least since he returned to ROH last year; he refused to shake the hand of ROH World Champion Eddie Edwards.
The following afternoon, when Daniels faced off with House of Truth member Michael Elgin, “The Fallen Angel” resorted to a low blow before hitting the BME to secure the victory. Then, later in the day, as El Generico & Colt Cabana suffered a beating at the hands of the HoT, Daniels made his way into the ring with The Book of Truth in hand, and blasted Generico across the skull with it! He followed this up with an Angel’s Wings on Colt Cabana while Roderick Strong laid out Generico with a backbreaker on a chair, and in that moment it became very clear that Daniels’ look into The Book of Truth had changed the man.
See Daniels acquired the Book last February at “World’s Greatest” after the HoT’s attempt to assault “The Fallen Angel” backfired when El Generico assisted him. Daniels stated then that he intended to read the Book front-to-back in preparation for his rematch with then-ROH World Champion Roderick Strong. But following Strong’s loss at “Manhattan Mayhem IV” to Eddie Edwards, Daniels apparently dumped the book in the garbage and steered his focus to Edwards.
As evidenced by his actions Saturday, and the words he spoke to our cameras, Daniels either reclaimed the book from the trash or Truth saved it & returned it to Daniels. It is also now clear that before the match with Elgin started on Friday, Martini and Daniels came to some kind of an arrangement. Michael Elgin was definitely not informed of this arrangement.
Martini has stated for months that he was looking for new HoT members to mold into a dominant tag team. We have seen Mike Mondo, Zach Gowen, and Caleb Konley all fail but now Truth has lucked into the ultimate member with Christopher Daniels. Martini was extremely worried when he lost the book to Daniels and as irony would have it, Martini now has one of the best wrestlers in the world in his group.
One question lingering is how this will affect the two men who Daniels assaulted on Saturday: El Generico & Colt Cabana. Generico had put himself out there to assist Daniels in the past due to his own involvement with Strong & the HoT while Colt went out there to help his friend. Now both men have felt the wrath of The Book and Colt Cabana is teetering on the edge of being pulled into a fight for more than the love of competition.
How will the addition of Daniels change the future of the House of Truth? With two world class athletes under his wing, as well as a powerhouse just waiting to breakout, the HoT is poised to take on the world.