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ROH Supercard of Honor VIII Review

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Since I’m reviewing half of these matches for my ROH television recaps on PWUpdate, I figured I should just review the whole show for PWP. So here’s the SCOH VIII review. -Taped from New Orleans, LA -Commentators: Kevin Kelly, Steve Corino, and Nigel McGuinness -Opening video package takes us all the way back to last April when Jay Briscoe won ... Read More »

ROH Raising the Bar 2014 Night 1 and Night 2 Review


Well it’s been a while since I did a ROH DVD/VOD review due to all the news coming out about May and NJPW but I finally got around to purchasing Raising the Bar Night 1 and Night 2 on VOD. Overall I’d say it’s pretty obvious that the news coming out of those two nights were the the Young Bucks ... Read More »

DREAMWAVE: Road to Anniversary: Misfortune Review


Road to Anniversary: Misfortune on March 1st, 2014 Pre-Show Match: Jack Jameson vs. Nate Knox Jameson slaps Knox across the face to escape a wristlock. Knox reapplies the wristlock and adds a few kicks. He stands on top of Jameson’s back and hits a senton. Knox snaps off a few armdrags and Jameson retreats to the floor. Jameson regroups in ... Read More »

IWA Mid-South: Sunday Bloody Sunday Review


What can make 2 guys (my friend & me) rapidly approaching 40 & their glory days long gone, if they ever had any, travel from their homes in Southeast Kentucky near the Tennessee & Virginia state lines to drive through Louisville, cross the Ohio River into Clarksville, Indiana, on a Sunday afternoon? The first reason was the stacked card at ... Read More »

IWC: Uncivil War 2014 Review


Uncivil War on March 22nd, 2014 Dalton Castle comes out to start the show. He makes a comment about the building being filthy that is actually muted from the DVD. Corey Futuristic quickly interrupts. Futuristic is angry once again because he doesn’t have a match on the card. Castle informs him that he’ll setup a match to take place later ... Read More »

DGUSA Open the Ultimate Gate 04/04/14 iPPV Review

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The show will be starting fifteen minutes late after 2014: A Wrestling Odyssey started nearly thirty minutes late earlier. Why does this keep happening? Opening Match: Open the United Gate Tag Team Titles: Harlem and Lance Bravado © vs. Anthony Nese and Caleb Konley Colt Cabana is on commentary. Lance traps Konley in a surfboard but gets backed into the ... Read More »

EVOLVE 28 04/03/14 iPPV Review


Ryan Rozanski takes a look at the latest event from EVOLVE. What did he think about Chris Hero vs Trent Barreta, did this event live up when compared to past EVOLVE events? Lots of questions, and perhaps not enough answers offered from EVOLVE during Wrestlemania 30 weekend. Read More »

AIW “Hell on Earth 9″ Review


“Hell on Earth” is AIW’s longest running annual event, typically delivering one heck of a show. In fact, last year’s installment is one of my favorite AIW shows ever. They tend to bring the goods during what has become a Black Friday tradition, and with a promising card and a big debut, I was really looking forward to checking out ... Read More »

AAW Path of Redemption 2014 Review


Path of Redemption took place on February 28th at the Berwyn Eagles Club. Commentary by Phil Colvin and Daryck St. Holmes. Matt Cage interrupts Colvin and St. Holmes as they attempt to introduce the show. Cage calls out Juntai Miller. 1. Heritage Title Match: Matt Cage (c) vs. Juntai Miller What a good match, my favorite from Matt Cage in ... Read More »

DVD Review – Supermen: A Story of British Wrestlers


"Supermen" is a story of British wrestlers, not wrestling. Three letters can make all the difference. Read More »

IWC: Combat in Clearfield 6 Review


Combat in Clearfield 6 on March 1st, 2014 Opening Match: Andrew Palace vs. Sebastian Palace lets Sebastian know that he’s the first qualifier for Super Indy. Sebastian lays in a few punches and connects with a dropkick. Palace retreats to the apron, where he misses a seated senton. Sebastian takes him to the floor with a tiger feint kick. Palace ... Read More »

AIW “Double Dare” Review

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On your mark; get set; GO! It’s gonna be a good show when MARC FLIPPIN’ SOMMERS opens things up. It’s appropriate though; the show is named after the Nickelodeon game show he hosted for years. This show was AIW’s third iPPV offering and focused on an eight team tournament (hence the show being called “Double Dare.”) Sprinkle in some really ... Read More »

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