Not sure where else to put this question; be aware this includes a minor spoiler from CZW's Tangled Web.
I don't follow Czw regulary, but watch individual shows from time to time. Watched Tangled Web earlier today and the chokeslam Tremont took off that thing where he got stuck in the wire looked very bad. Anyone knows any health update (I know this show happened quite some time ago), what injuries he suffered, or how many stitches he needed?
Dustin Rayz vs. Rich Swann - **1/4
-Decent opener, nothing overly special, but a fun start to the show.
Latin Dragon vs. Mr. Tofinga - N/R
-Tofinga got hurt here, so the match ended at a countout when he was taken to the back. Hopefully he has a speedy recovery, he looked to be in a lot of pain.
O14K vs. Excellent & Strickland - **3/4
-This match probably won't come across as well on DVD as it did on the show, but it was hilarious and fun mostly due to Greg Excellent's shenanigans.
Devon Moore vs. Alex Colon - ***1/4
-Not gonna lie, I rated this as highly as I did for the bump that Devon took off of the ring truck. Up until that, it was a decent street fight, but nothing overly special.
Masada vs. Joe Gacy - ***1/2
-Now this was fun. Gacy has really impressed me in his recent death match performances. He took one hell of a beating. Oh, and Christina Von Eerie is hot.
NOI vs. Mondo & Mathis - ***1/4
- This was a lot of fun but Lucky fucked up the finish, but to his credit, it was a tough spot to get right. My big issue was this match left a lot to be desired.
Matt Tremont vs. DJ Hyde - ****1/4
-In my opinion on the same level as their Tangled Web match. There wasn't spot as big as that nasty choke slam bump from Tangled Web, but it was just brutal and a lot of fun. People were bitching that DJ wasn't taking many bumps but it all made sense. Plus Tremont getting "fired" at the end really added to their feud and I'm assuming will culminate at Cage of Death, which I will hopefully be attending this year.
Overall, not quite on par with T.O.D., but to be fair T.O.D. was hard to compete with as it was freakin' awesome.
Last edited by Mattyb2266 : 09-26-2012 at 11:52 PM.
Well here's an amusing story. Thanks to my fiend parking in a construction zone my car was towed away. But luckily itwas just moved to a spot a few blocks away. Now here's the bad part, at some point the doors were left unlocked. I live in Philadelphia.... It was broken into. Going to miss that GPS. But there is one very hilarious thing about this tragedy:
I left a few $5 Wrestling DVDs in my car. The thief didn't even bother with them.
Figured I'd give this a shot, since I've seen a few people do it before: I've got a few wrestling DVDs listed on ebay, the auctions ending in about 3 days. Take a look, and please place a bid if any of these strike your fancy.
Kevin Steen vs Mathieu St-Jacques - 4th Street Death Match - 12/3/2010 ***3/4
Kevin Steen vs Michael Style - 1/8/2011 **
Kevin Steen vs Franky The Mobster - 4/16/2011 **1/2
Kevin Steen vs Paul London - 5/13/2011 ****1/4
Kevin Steen vs El Generico - 8/6/2011 ***3/4
Kevin Steen vs Pee Wee - 10/1/2011 ****
Overall: Long story short, the London and Generico matches delivered and there's a couple of other really good matches. The London match was like watching the London of old and far and away the best post WWE London match.
I'm selling my NSPW masters if anyone is interested in buying them. This, Golden Opportunity IV with that awesome SSB match and Steen/Storm I talked about in the MOTYC Thread and Kickoff 2012 with Finlay/Estrada on that I reviewed in here the other week. PM me.
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