Re: The 2012 MOTYC thread
PWG matches don't all follow the same structure so unless you mean it's fucking awesome, then "typical PWG match" doesn't really mean much to me either. Take the last show for example. Steen/Cage was a veteran/rookie type match with Cage trying to step up and prove himself along with some humour added into it. Bucks/SSB is a pretty by the books PWG hardcore brawl. Ricochet/Generico was more of a traditional beginning - middle - end structure with Ricochet controlling the middle before Generico came back at the end. All of them I'd call recurring PWG type matches so calling something a "typical PWG match" wouldn't really tell me much about the match other than it's probably awesome and really fun to sit through.
"Typical PWG undercard match" you could get away with but their bigger matches definitely vary enough in style and structure.