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just noticed that Heroes of World Class is back in stalk at highspots.
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Jimmy Jacobs vs. BJ Whitmer, I Quit Match – IWA:MS (3/1/08)

Hideously violent but has all the intagibles of a good fight, i.e paced well and the action is largely simple and they build the match around their hatred and set up to the bigger spots brilliantly whilst making the offence in between still feel violent, hateful and vicious. Thought Jacobs was immaculate as the tough SOB babyface who will have to be killed to lose this match and thought the way they built his resilience made for a great babyface comeback since you just knew Whitmer didn't want to win as badly as Jacobs. Loved all the torture spots and extended beating Jacobs took, each cane shot was spaced out perfectly to feel significant and terrifying and Whitmer's eventual flurry of shots felt like the perfect answer to Jacobs not going down: like he gave up slowly torturing the man and just resorted to taking out his frustration with rapid shots instead.

Absolutely loved the over the top rope bump both men took when Whitmer countered the guillotine, felt eerily similar to Estrada/La Fiera in terms of how Whitmer looking groggy and almost staggering inadvertantly into the ropes with no real thought process added to the authenticity of the bump and made it look less staged. Jacobs's bumps into the ring post were hideous and the extended figure four sequence with Whitmer further brutalising Jacobs with cane shots until his entire face was bloody was a tremendous nearfall that made you believe the match could be stopped. Echo Seabs' statement that Jacobs sells the figure four tremendously, in fact he sold the early torture sequence brilliantly when he finally got free from the duck tape, staggering about whilst coming across like a maniac scrambling to keep Whitmer at bay. Rail road spike was timed perfectly as the great equaliser to Whitmer's onslaught and I dug the western esque standoff before both men hit dueling spike shots, felt like a believeable way for both men to signal their intention and commitment to winning the match. Finish as both seabs and sterling said is about as convincing and violent as you could ever hope a finish to be.

Whitmer's limp and lifeless body immediately afterwards sold the war. Paced immaculately, no reliance on elaborate spots and a great build to the bigger moments whilst keeping enough detail and structure in between to keep the match ticking effortlessly and ensuring there was no dull spots where the heat dropped.
Have you watched their entire series or just randomly that bout from IWA-MS?

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What are the DGUSA crowds like these days?
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Have you watched their entire series or just randomly that bout from IWA-MS?
Watched this, the Cage match in ROH and the Fifth Year Festival fight. Would put the I Quit and the FYF matches over the cage match, which dipped for me near the end with the nearfalls as well as the assistance in getting weapons. Final spot was pretty impressive and Jacobs sold the shit out of the effort needed to hit the decisive move, but I preferred the chaotic FYF atmosphere which felt like a 2000s take on a Mid South brawl and this I Quit match over the cage.

I know they have a Barbed Wire match in IWA-MS, but that doesn't really interest me atm (got to watch the rest of the links Seabs was kind enough to provide for me) and I watched one other match from them in ROH ages back (the one with the Powerbomb into the crowd finish).
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Could anyone who saw the show tell me wich where the standout matches from last DGUSA tripleshot?
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I've watched Revolt, and Sami/Tozawa and Gargano/Davis (No Rope) were great, tbh.
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Just ordered the Dynamite Kid documentary from Highspots. Ordered the autographed version. Haven't really seen a lot of his work, but he has influenced the business in so many ways, and while I may not have seen a lot now, I may get around to watching some in the future, making a signature on it very sentimental to me. (Yeah, that's the best reasoning I can tell myself for spending $60 on a single DVD)



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Just finished watching The Last Of McGuinness. It took a few sittings 'cos it's not exactly easygoing or particularly enjoyable viewing. At times it's like witnessing an old friend going through therapy after his high school sweetheart left him at the altar & then banged the best man & ushers. At others it's like listening to a spoiled kid repeatedly whinging about not getting what he wanted for xmas.

A particularly poignant moment for me sees Nigel stood freezing his knackers off on my hometown high street, bemoaning why anyone would want to live there. And he's right - it's a badly underfunded shithole with hundreds of empty shops, a lousy footy team & perpetually crap weather. But still, I manage to eke out a productive & fulfilling life here, while he's going through severe doldrums despite living near the ocean in paradisiacal Florida.

I sincerely hope Nigel reaches a point in his life where he can look back upon this document of his midlife crisis with mild embarrassment because it's a largely unflattering & unsympathetic self-portrait & I can't imagine anyone wanting to watch it more than once, despite the 'feelgood' ending.

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I've watched Revolt, and Sami/Tozawa and Gargano/Davis (No Rope) were great, tbh.
Thanks man, i read good things about Gargano/Davis match, How was the crowd in the show?
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Decent at best. But I don't let those fuckers ruin good matches for me.
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