Re: Which is the wrestling show you look forward the most this weekend?
Honestly, I am not super excited for any of the cards.
As I said in another thread, Extreme Rules seems poised to be another overly long WWE event and I don't know if I even want to watch it at all. Admittedly, AJ Vs. Ricochet is an interesting match, and Black Vs. Cesaro caught my eye, but it is hard to get invested when I am not watching Raw and Smackdown week to week. The two tag team main events don't have me interested at all. I am not at all interested in the Seth+Becky deal they have going, and you couldn't pay me to watch an Undertaker match anymore.
Every year for the G1, I only watched the tournament matches that I wanted to watch, and that is not going to change this year. There is no way on Earth I have the time to sit down and watch every single match of every single G1 show, and it is best to just pick and choose. Of the 10 tournament matches this weekend, I'll probably watch Toru Yano vs Tetsuya Naito (I love Yano. He's a hoot), Hiroki Goto Vs. Jay White, and Ospreay Vs. Sanada. I supposed I should watch Moxley's G1 debut match too. I wasn't planning on watching Archer Vs. Fale, but after Archer's strong performance against Ospreay, I might give his matches more attention. The matches I am definitely watching and are most excited about are Cobb Vs. Ishii, Okada Vs. ZSJ, and Tanahashi Vs. KENTA.
For Evolve, I have NEVER watched an Evolve show before, so if I do watch this, it is more out of morbid curiosity and convenience of its availability on the WWE Network. Nothing on the card jumps out to me as must see. I don't know most of these people, and Cole Vs. Tozawa and Riddle Vs. Gulak don't grab me as mega-must see bouts. But again, I'm curious, so I'll probably check it out.
Fight for the Fallen has the match I am most excited for this weekend: Rhodes Brothers Vs. The Bucks. I have been dying to see that match since Double or Nothing first confirmed it, but other than that, this feels like another B Show for AEW to work out its kinks and get ready for All Out and its TV debut in the Fall. The rest of the card just kind of feels like filler. I like that they have a bunch of tag teams lined up, and I guess it'll be nice to finally see The Dark Order do something, but again, I'm not super stoked for it. MJF is once again in a multi-man affair and I'd like to see him in a singles match. Page and Omega are basically in tune up matches before their bigger bouts at All Out. Oh and more Librarian stuff...nice.
So I'd say there are some matches I want to see this weekend, but I can't say there is any show I am particularly excited to go out of my way to see.