Chikara iPPV Review: High Noon

Justin Houston

Justin Houston current resides in Flaming Ditch, Georgia. He is very tall, very thin, very handsome, very well-endowed, very good at his day job and he is kind of a liar sometimes but not about any of this stuff. He is wanted by over twelve different debt collection agencies, none of which will ever find him because there IS no Flaming Ditch, Georgia. They don't even know where to BEGIN looking for him, those idiots. Justin has written Chikara DVD Reviews, Pushing Puroresu, CHIKARMY Insider and Rubbed RAW, among others. He quit all of them for one reason or another. He has been featured in the Atlanta Film Festival twice. He has an IMDB page stemming from a decade-old production assistant credit. He once accidentally cost Domino's Pizza a million-dollar advertisement deal. He gets déjà vu almost immediately after writing something. He has seven cats: Domino, Bunkhouse, Theo, Falcon, Mazda, Barnabas and Cake. He has a wonderful girlfriend and a marvelous daughter. Justin is currently a part of three ongoing podcasts: 3 Dudes Talking, ¡VIVA CHIKARA! and Flooping the Pig, all available on as well as other places. He writes whatever he feels like, whenever he feels like it.

3 Responses

  1. wrsisyphus2 says:

    Sounds amazing. The Philly crowd ALWAYS sucks; those assholes pop for almost nothing anymore. Interesting that the Young Bucks appear to have permanently added the Cutler Brothers’ Tandem Tombstone to their expansive moveset. Neat. Anyway, Kingston may have been predictable-but sometimes, predictable is the right move. Especially in this case.

  2. Joe says:

    I enjoyed your review of the show.. I was there live, and the crowd was definitely a lot more lively than I’ve heard that we came across on GFL. I haven’t had a chance to watch it on GFL, so I don’t know exactly how it sounded… I just wanted to put in my two cents about it. I’d be willing to bet dollars to donuts that the Smart Mark Video release will sound much better.

  3. thelastmadrox says:

    Good review, and good for Kingston. He deserves it. His promos have always been my favorite out of anyone on the indies.