Caponex75's review of HHH/Taker might actually be better than the match itself.
Noting that I have some free time again (not enough to troll through the previous pages I've missed, however) are there any specific matches I should be on the look out for (from roughly the start of April)? So far I've got:
* Brock Lesnar vs. John Cena (Extreme Rules)
* Sheamus Vs Daniel Bryan (Extreme Rules)
* CM Punk Vs Daniel Bryan (Over The Limit)
There doesn't seem anything worthwhile in Lucha or Puro, sadly, nor on the American Indy circuit. PWG included in this? I haven't found anything to do with them.
He always seemed technically sound but exceedingly bland. I'm not familiar with the majority of his indy run, but I'm not going to beat myself up about that. He gave me no reason to give a damn while he was shoved down my throat on WWE TV.
Not like I watch RoH, either, but (going by my current impression of him) that'd be the reason why I wouldn't want him on my TV. Just another Lance Storm knock-off.*
They better have a fucking ***** match to end with.
Fucking music , dancing , and 360 piledrivers , Maryse sex scene , 450s through tables , shoot star press drop kicks , Rock comes back , Austin comes back
It better be epic
Originally Posted by Headliner
YEAH THAT FAKE LESNAR DON'T WANT NOTHING OF TRIPLE H HE'S REAL HE LIFTS WEIGHTS AND BREAKS INTO PEOPLE'S HOUSES LESNAR JUST A BITCH THAT WON SCRIPTED UFC FIGHTS HE CAN'T PLAY THE GAME.
I personally wouldn't say the Smith/Richards match wasn't anything too special. It's relatively short for Davey Richards match and it suffers from the flaws you've come to expect out of any Richards match, but it's still pretty fun and has a really cool ending. Not a MOTYC but still worth the watch if you can find it. ***1/2
Hiroshi Tanahashi, Hirooki Goto, Tetsuya Naito & Tama Tonga vs Kazuchika Okada, Shinsuke Nakamura, YOSHI-HASHI & Tomohiro Ishii - NJPW 2012/05/27 The only MOTYC that has Tomohiro Ishii, YOSHI-HASHI & Tama fuckin' Tonga in it, I can guarantee you that. Two thirds of this weren't anything too great (aside from the stuff with Tanahashi and Naito), but the finishing stretch was where the match really shined. Think of your typical NJPW main event multi-man tag match just going that extra level. Really looking forward to Tanahashi/Okada II now. Rating: ****