A few fans weren't fans of my last paragraph of the Watertown review and for that I feel terrible since me being up at 3 a.m. and only coming in with 3 hours of sleep to begin with gave me the same mental presence as I am when I am completely drunk haha.
But on pretty much every show this year there has been at least 1 real good match worth watching. S4J had a four way between PAC,Rich Swann,Brodie Lee, and Sami Callihan that's online and pretty awesome. GGP is a fantastic tournament from top to bottom with some men's matches to give some guys work and boost the attendance with Carlito. LOTE 7 was awesome this year with good variety throughout the weekend with no real bad matches. All or Nothing had matches to offer besides John Morrison vs. Sami Callihan. This all from a live perspective at least. I've probably said all that before but I like to reiterate haha. If you haven't go check out http://www.freeThis Site is Blocked/category/2cw/
since it shows a lot of the best stuff from 2CW. Great for people that want to get into this promotion.
That being said here is the first 3 matches announced for 2CW's Singled Out February 15th in Oswego,NY which is already shaping up pretty nicely:
1)Spike Dudley/Isys Ephex vs. Kevin Steen/Jason Axe(Texas Tornado Tag)
-The stip pretty much says what this match will be like. Chaotic
-Great to see Steen working with some of the local talent
2)Eddie Edwards vs. Masada
-The booking for Masada has been interesting but he always seems to have at least a decent match. 2CW tends to strip some outside guys down so they can build them back up for 2CW sake. They did that with Ciampa and he was getting over because of it. Plus they are building towards some story with him it seems after last weekend.
-Eddie Edwards is always a good time in 2CW if for no other reason that there is a 95% of the crowd being super into it no matter who he is facing
-Masada has faced Davey Richards,El Generico, and now Eddie Edwards. I've heard the other matches are good so I expect this to be more of the same.
3)Sami Callihan/Player Dos vs. Player Uno/Rich Swann
-Plays off their last match
-Interesting to see how they play this. They can have pretty much the same match as last time since they were swapping partners there during the match or they can do it just as set up
-I expect some legit LOL moments and solid action to boot. Par for the course for them