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Old 07-31-2012, 05:16 AM   #6331 (permalink)
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The Charleston's show is looking very good, but i won't but it mainly because i already watched the "big" matches on TV. I really liked the poster btw. I don't know why they did another Briscoes' DVD, but whatever.
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Old 07-31-2012, 05:27 PM   #6332 (permalink)
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FIP Stronger Than Ever
May 25, 2007- Inverness, FL

Quick Thoughts: A pretty alright show, nothing extraordinary or blowaway but had some solid matches regardless.


Steve Madison vs. Jerrelle Clark- Decent
Jimmy Rave vs. Trik Davis- Horrid
Danny Daniels vs. Rex Sterling vs. Damien Wayne- Lots of action in 6 minutes
Tyler Black vs. Jay Briscoe- Good match
Rance, King & Rinauro vs. Heartbreak Express & Sean Waltman- Garbage
Mark Briscoe vs. Marek Brave- Solid match
Erick Stevens vs. Delirious (FIP Florida Heritage Championship)- Fun, but very predictable
Roderick Strong vs. Necro Butcher (FIP World Heavyweight Championship- Ultraviolent Rules)- Good brawl but didn't use the stipulation much.

FIP Melbourne Meltdown
May 26, 2007- Melbourne, FL

Quick Thoughts: On par with Stronger Than Ever, this show was pretty meh outside of the title matches they were solid but just that. Decent show at best.


Jerrelle Clark vs. Damien Wayne- Not really good
Erick Stevens vs. Danny Daniels (FIP Florida Heavyweight Championship)- Solid title match, but Stevens didn't sell
Sean Waltman vs. Kenny King- Garbage
Rance, King & Rinauro vs. Heartbreak Express & Steve Madison- Alright
Ricky Vega vs. Masked Flipper #15- Super short, nothing match
Roderick Strong vs. Jimmy Rave (FIP World Heavyweight Championship)- Really solid title match, good stuff.
Briscoe Brothers vs. Tyler Black & Marek Brave (FIP Tag Team Championship)- Good tag match, but was hurt since Brave broke his neck during the match.
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Chikara - I'll Be A Mummy's Uncle

1. UltraMantis Black vs Ophidian
**

2. Saturyne vs Kobald
*1/2
Saturyne really shouldn't be on Chikara shows yet.. Athletic but not ready at all. That or she shouldn't be working guys who can't carry her like Kobald.

3. Los Maximos vs F.I.S.T. vs QT Marshall & Jack Bonza vs The Bravado Brothers
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4. Archibald Peck vs Mr Touchdown
***1/4
Fantastic

5. Jigsaw vs Tim Donst
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6. Dragonfly vs Jakob Hammermeier
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7. Gregory Iron vs Gran Akuma
*3/4

8. Sara Del Rey vs Kodama
**1/2

9. Eddie Kingston & The Colony vs 17, Shard & The Swarm
***1/4
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Old 08-01-2012, 10:42 AM   #6334 (permalink)
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Don't agree with about Saturyne, in my opinion she's the perfect underdog and i enjoyed here matches so far. But sadly i don't think that now, after SDR is leaving she can fill her place.

EVOLVE 9 Review:

(re-watched because of this awesome preview: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eR7Z6UtE6Co)

I really liked the venue, kinda looked like Reseda even if the atmosphere wasn't close.

Eric Ryan vs. Bobby Beverly: N/A
A lot of moves in a short time. Steen's promo after this was great.

The Super Smash Brothers vs. Facade and Jason Gory: **3/4
SSB were really over here. Very good match and could get higher rating if it wasn't so short.

Sugar Dunkerton vs. Silas Young: **3/4
Young worked really awesome as heel here. The right man won, pretty good match. Did Gargano vs Young ever happened? it looks like a match with ton of potential

Lince Dorado vs. Pinkie Sanchez: **1/2

Scott Reed and Caleb Konley vs. Up in Smoke: **3/4
Went too long but the match was good.

Bobby Fish vs. Jon Davis: N/A

Bobby Fish vs. Jon Davis vs. Kevin Steen: ***
Again, too short, Steen was a star there so i don't understand why his big match was so short. I hope to see Davis vs Steen somehow in the future.

John Silver vs. Tony Nese: ***1/4

Fit Finlay vs. Sami Callihan: ***3/4

Johnny Gargano vs. Chuck Taylor: ****
Match of the night, awesome match.

Overall good to very good show,
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About the rumors that they were AnX were to be ROH Tag Champions before the deal with Sinclair Media (instead became Hass and Benjamin) : "That's a true statement; that was the plan… I mean, the bottom line is that we were going on Sinclair Broadcasting, a major presence on broadcast TV. So, I guess the mindset of those who makes these sorts of decisions was like, ‘Oh, we should make them the more recognizable; since it will be to a large audience, we should have more recognizable tag champs.' Which, from a business point of view, I understood; I thought it wasn't necessarily the best decision but at that point, everyone was so focused on making us the best that we could be; live everybody, one way or the other was taking a backseat or just filling it in just so that we could make a major push towards being number 2 and that was the beginning of it.

If he thought TNA was in trouble with ROH's media deal and ROH's potentially taking over the spotlight: "I thought that for a very long time. I thought that from the beginning, I'm very good friends with Cary Silkin (former owner of ROH) and this was something I was vary happy for him because he could get out of the financial burden of Ring of Honor and he could actually love it again. So, I was very excited for that, I really thought that looking around at the group of guys that we had and couple of pay-per-views that we had; I remember the first TV taping we had, in Baltimore specifically, thinking ‘Wow, we've really hit our stride here and I think these other dudes are in trouble.' But I think that was the consensus, everyone was about that, and that was the first time I'd seed that in a long time in a wrestling locker room, where everybody was about solidarity. And it's a good feeling, from the top guys to the bottom guys that everyone is like ‘We can do this. Let's get it, this is our opportunity'. "

His reaction to the "Border Wars" iPPV incident: "There was a select few of us that knew (about the broadcast issues) and I mean, it is what it is. I think, personally, it was very shitty; we are owned by a broadcast company and Sinclair has to own up to this. We are owned by a broadcasting company and the things that should never be a problem are 1) production and 2) broadcasting. We should never have issues with those things with those things and getting it to the fans the way we presented it to the fans should never, ever ever be a problem, if you're owned by a broadcasting company. And the fact that we had 3 iPPVs that shit the tank, and we have good freakin' PPV but burned a lot of people; I thought Border Wars was one of the best PPVs that we'd put on, top to bottom, since I'd been there and I'd been there a long time."

On his contact saga he had with Ring of Honor: "The bottom line is this: it took them a very, very long time, last minute, 11th-hour, for them to even begin talking to me about my new contract. Those people knew how little time, from the time that they actually started talking to me to the time when my contract expired, that it would be a joke. So, in that period of time, they asked me what I wanted to do and I said ‘Listen, I feel like I have some other opportunities, other options that I'd like to see what's up with. Not saying that I want to go anywhere, but I feel like I've earned the right to at least explore any other options I have out there.' So, that was agreed upon and they said ‘How about we offer you a 60-day-clause, not sure what it's called, and it was basically a contact extension that gave the option, which was called the free agent option, where I could negotiate or talk to anyone from WWE or TNA and basically, if after the 60-days, nothing happened, then if I wanted to resign with Ring of Honor, then I could or would. Everything was wide open…"

On a scale of 1-10, where were his nerves at before the Ultimate X qualifying match with Lars Only: "78. I can't remember the last time I was so nervous for a wrestling match in my entire career. I can probably tell you a couple of times that match: one was in New York waiting on the word from (WWE) Tough Enough, you know to tell me that Jackie (Gayda) and Linda were long term professional wrestling prospects…I think the other one was my first match against Brian Danielson in Ring of Honor; it was the first match I had under contract and it was Dragon, in Cleveland. But, not in recent memory; not in recent memory. That was something else; the nerves and just the anticipation and like having my phone literally explode from the moment Dixie tweeted back. So it was crazy, but thanks to Lars Only."

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Intersting reading that ANX were supposed to get the belts much sooner than they did, I figured that were suppose to. I know Rhett got hurt later but still.
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Don't agree with about Saturyne, in my opinion she's the perfect underdog and i enjoyed here matches so far. But sadly i don't think that now, after SDR is leaving she can fill her place.
So do you actually watch the shows or what? Shes a fine underdog, shes athletic and shes super new to the business. You can be the best underdog in the world but if your not able to work a match without multiple points where you actively fuck your offensive moves up, your just ready to be working the regular roster.

I'm sure in time she'll be great but theres absolutely no reason at all for her to be doing ridiculous armdrags and other lucha shit that she has no business doing when she struggles with the basics. Even more so she should never be put in situations where shes one on one in the ring with guys that can't carry her to solid matches and make her shit look good.
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So do you actually watch the shows or what? Shes a fine underdog, shes athletic and shes super new to the business. You can be the best underdog in the world but if your not able to work a match without multiple points where you actively fuck your offensive moves up, your just ready to be working the regular roster.

I'm sure in time she'll be great but theres absolutely no reason at all for her to be doing ridiculous armdrags and other lucha shit that she has no business doing when she struggles with the basics. Even more so she should never be put in situations where shes one on one in the ring with guys that can't carry her to solid matches and make her shit look good.
Sorry but i don't remember botches from her. I watched half of Chikara's shows this year i believe and except from her match with Ice Cream (which was her debut, i think?) she looked pretty good everywhere. My point is that she's not bad for her current role as the underdog and i enjoyed her match so far.
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Who won at the $5 wrestling iPPV?? U-Gene or Freight Train??
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So do you actually watch the shows or what? Shes a fine underdog, shes athletic and shes super new to the business. You can be the best underdog in the world but if your not able to work a match without multiple points where you actively fuck your offensive moves up, your just ready to be working the regular roster.

I'm sure in time she'll be great but theres absolutely no reason at all for her to be doing ridiculous armdrags and other lucha shit that she has no business doing when she struggles with the basics. Even more so she should never be put in situations where shes one on one in the ring with guys that can't carry her to solid matches and make her shit look good.
I'm a big fan of Saturyne, but I somewhat agree.

I think she can still be on the main roster, but she should probably be doing more Tag or trio matches instead of singles.
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DGUSA Untouchable 2011 review:


The Scene vs. Kentucky Buffet: *1/2
Not the best way to open your show.

Jon Davis vs. Rich Swann: ***1/4
Great match, should've been longer. Davis is awesome.

Ricochet vs. PAC: ***1/2

Relaxed Rules match:
AR Fox and Sabu vs. D.U.F. (Arik Cannon and Pinkie Sanchez): ***

Johnny Gargano vs. Akira Tozawa: ****
MOTM, just an awesome match.

Four Way Freestyle:
Sami Callihan vs. Naruki Doi vs. Chuck Taylor vs. Masato Yoshino: ***

Open the Freedom Gate Championship match:
YAMATO(c) vs. CIMA: ***1/2

Another very good show from DGUSA. The venue looked really good even the crowd was pretty weak.
This was the show from Chicago, right? I was sitting on the stage next to a really obese guy, and it was pretty awesome watching Pinkie flying around right in front of me. I'll agree that the venue is solid, but it also comes off kind of... empty. The building is so massive and seeing the little ring near the pit area turned me off initially. Then, instead of a bell, they clanked together steel pipes. I don't know, it really came off as dinky to me when I attended, though the in-ring action was pretty consistently solid. Maybe it comes off better on DVD, but I wasn't exactly compelled to go back there for another show. Especially for the outrageous prices Gabe asks for his tickets. Seriously, front row for this show cost me $75+, more than ROH charges, more than double PWG charges, but without half the name value you'd get from either of those promotions (especially PWG).

That Gargano/Tozawa match was intense, though. That German on the apron was disturbing. And, yes, the crowd did lack, quite noticeably. But I suppose that's to be expected when you put, what, 200 or so people into a venue that was built for over a thousand. There's bound to be some echo and noise bouncing off the walls, which doesn't work with that few people in attendance. It works at a football game in a domed stadium, but not for this particular venue.
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