Originally Posted by Les Kellett Lariat
My definition of "typical PWG match" would be a spotfest that appeals to fans under the age of 20.
This is wrong on so many levels.
'PWG style' is basically 'ROH style' (and most US Indies for that matter) taken less seriously, hence it is much easier to sit through.
This is true, but the key difference is that PWG is like The Dude (Lebowski) of pro wrestling - they don't give a fuck, they just wanna wrestle (bowling) from time to time (like, 10-12 shows per year), they book big Indy names in strong supercards, they have few strong homegrown names, and their matches may seem like spotfests often, but they have a strong in-ring storytelling (you can't say that for Davey's reign, or for Steen/Davey from BITW), with a ton of hot crowd support.
The key of PWG's cool aura is the fact they're a light-heart booking company, you gotta wait like 30-50 days to watch their show, so the anticipation is always high, and they don't need to handle a pressure of day-to-day operations like ROH.
Long story short, PWG is batshit cool (ROH is not anymore), and that's all that matters to me as a fan, but I will always be a ROH fan as well.