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post #3821 of 10970 (permalink) Old 11-15-2011, 04:11 PM
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The BOGO sale is that on Highspots or the ROH Store. Plan on spending a good amount of money on DVD's next Friday
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BOGO is on Highspots details here

I've been holding off buying any DVD for most of the month waiting to see what sales we get. Already bought 20 PPVs from TNA for just over $100 with free shipping in their Black Friday (Month) sale.

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Don't know if I'm supposed to be posting this here, but my friend is selling a good portion of his wrestling DVD collection as well as some other crap. PM me if you're interested in anything.

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post #3824 of 10970 (permalink) Old 11-16-2011, 09:46 AM
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ROH on HDNet - Volume 2

Jerry Lynn vs. Chris Hero - ***1/2
Episode 13

Kenny King vs. Kenny Omega - ***1/4
Episode 14

KENTA vs. Roderick Strong - ***1/4
Episode 14

Fight Without Honor
Jimmy Jacobs vs. Delirious - **3/4
Episode 15

ROH World Tag Team Championship
The American Wolves(c) vs. Bryan Danielson & Tyler Black - ***3/4
Episode 15

Austn Aries & The All Night Express vs. Jerrly Lynn, Erick Stevens, & Kenny Omega - **3/4
Episode 16

Roderick Strong vs. Jay Briscoe - ***
Episode 16

KENTA, Kevin Steen, & El Generico vs. Chris Hero & The American Wolves - ***3/4
Episode 17

Bryan Danielson vs. Tyler Black - ****
Episode 18

Bonus Match
Jerry Lynn vs. Delirious - **1/2
Episode 1

Bonus Match
Nigel McGuinness vs. Jay Briscoe - **3/4
Episode 2

Overall: 7.75/10

- The DVD box again advertises Lynn/Hero as a World Title match, but it isn't. I personally really enjoyed the match. Lot of fun, just marred by a couple botches.

- KENTA/Strong was good, just seemed like it was missing something. Lacked structure, no emotion or storytelling, just felt like a bunch of moves. Pure exhibition match.

- They really should've just called Jacobs/Delirious a No DQ match or even a Street Fight, cause it was nowhere near the level of any other FWH you'll see. Had a cool table spot but that's about it.

- The tag title match was really great and the ending was perfect to continue the tension between Black and Danielson. Made for great tv.

- The overall match quality isn't quite as consistent as Volume 1, but this is still another fun watch from the HDNet series capped off with two great matches in the 6 man and the final Danielson/Black encounter.

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IPW 10th Anniversary Show

Reed Bentley, Matt Knicks & Ovriload vs. Sue Jackson, Tripp Cassidy & Remi Wilkins

DJ Hyde vs. Dave Davidson

Mr. 450 Hammett vs. James Avery

Ivelisse Velez vs. Nevaeh

Dustin Rayz vs. Alex Colon vs. Hy Zaya vs. Chrisjen Hayme

Drake Younger vs. Danny Havoc

Jesse Emerson vs. BJ Whitmer

Billy Roc vs. Ricochet

Tony Kozina vs. Tarek The Legend

Sami Callihan, Irish Airborne & Tarek The Legend vs. Davey Richards, Kyle O'Reilly, Adam Cole & Tony Kozina

Definitely one of the stronger all round non PWG Indy shows from this year. Doesn't have that one stand out match sadly but every match is good bar Younger/Havoc which is abysmal but someone who likes that style of hardcore matches might enjoy it.
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CZW - Proving Grounds

1. Rich Swann vs Alex Colon

2. Ty Hagen vs Ryan Eagles

3. Jonathan Gresham vs Akuma

4. Jake Crist vs Ryan McBride

5. Dog Collar Match
Scotty Vortekz vs Drake Younger

6. MASADA vs Sami Callihan

7. CZW UltraViolent Underground Title
Danny Havoc vs Ryan Slater

8. Ryan Slater & Joe Gacy vs Danny Havoc & tHURTeen

9. CZW World Heavyweight Title
Devon Moore vs Robert Anthony

10. CZW World Tag Team Title Match
The Briscoe Brothers vs The Nigerian Nightmares

11. CZW World Tag Team Title Match
The Briscoe Brothers vs Philly's Most Wanted
Some of the worst booking I've ever seen. This includes Vince Russo. The comment Sabian said about the Black Kid possibly being his son was amusing though. Sabians funny to laugh at but other than that has little to no redeeming qualities.

12. CZW World Junior Heavyweight Title
Adam Cole vs AR Fox
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I’ve been a wrestler for about ten years - most of my adult life - but I’m not really sure I can say exactly when I started. I first saw British wrestling on TV when I was about eight. By the age of fourteen I became a full-fledged WWF fan, and by sixteen – the age you start thinking how you might spend your life - I decided I was going to become a pro wrestler. I went to university and I traveled around the world, although not in that order, actually the other way round, but when I’d finished there was still not one thing I wanted to do other than go to America and pursue my childhood dream. I started out in Cincinnati and struggled for many years traveling the roads trying to make it my career. I sacrificed many things, but after five years was finally able to wrestle for a living. It wasn’t a great living, however, and despite being very proud of my body of work, the physical toll wrestling that style caught up with me. Thankfully, I made the jump to national TV and after finally starting to earn enough money to actually save some I, well, I had to stop wrestling.

It’s been fifteen months now since I last wrestled. The money’s gone. While I’m finally cleared to wrestle again, WWE, the biggest company in the industry, seems to have no interest in me; TNA, the company for whom I used to wrestle, well, I wouldn’t work for them again anyway; and ROH, well I just can’t keep up with those guys any more or the standard I set myself there when I was champion. So I could just go back to getting by, wrestling on the independents, but I don’t want to do that either. My dream was always to make it as a pro wrestler, whatever that is: I dunno - make enough money to retire; be recognized in the street; be something to the world; prove that if you have a dream and never give up that you can achieve it. It seems now that won’t happen. Whatever I have or haven’t achieved in my life long dream to be a pro wrestler, it seems, at least as an active wrestler, this is all I’m going to have. So I could just retire and never wrestle again, and let that be the end of it. Or I could have one last run. Do the sorts of the shows, with the sorts of people, with whom I started. Relive the days when all I had were hopes and dreams. And tape it all. And try to find a reason, a resolution, for what it is I’ve been doing with the last decade of my life; and if it was worth it; and what it all means. Why did I do it? Why did anyone?

So come out and see me - be part of it. Let me know what wrestling means to you; and maybe I can find what it means to me too.

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post #3828 of 10970 (permalink) Old 11-16-2011, 06:29 PM
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Damn. I really hope he wrestles at Final Battle, since I doubt I'll get the chance to see him otherwise. At the very least, I'd like to shake his hand and thank him for being a huge reason for me getting into ROH - and indy wrestling in general - so much in the first place.
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There are a lot worse ways to go out of wrestling than in front of a packed house at the Hammerstein where everyone will cheer you like crazy. If Nigel is done with wrestling I can't blame him at all for it. I just wonder why WWE lost interest in him. I mean the reason he didn't go with them in the first place was because he didn't pass his physical but if he could pass it now I don't see how he's lost any appeal to them.

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