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IWC: Night of the Superstars 5 Review

April 9th, 2016 Scott Hall makes his way to the ring to start the show.  He starts by saying “hey yo” and the crowd erupts.  Hall actually cuts a pretty great promo and it’s nice to see him doing well. Opening Match:  IWC Super Indy Title: Andrew Palace © vs. Robbie E Robbie gives Palace the chance to just hand over the title before the match.  Palace refuses and I wish Vegas had a betting line on this decision.  Robbie gets the better of a few opening exchanges.  Palace repeatedly…

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AIW: Fullest House (We Hope!) Review

Opening Match:  Brett Banks vs. Cloudy vs. Facade vs. Kobe Durst Facade kind of lands a standing moonsault onto Cloudy and follows with a headscissors.  Facade matrixes to avoid a clothesline and just kicks Cloudy in the face.  Banks connects with a springboard uppercut on Facade.  Banks wins an exchange against Durst with a dropkick.  Durst recovers with a hurricanrana.  Cloudy hits a russian leg sweep on Banks along with a senton.  Durst connects with a basement dropkick on Banks.  Banks answers with a springboard moonsault.  Facade interrupts a dive…

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WWN Supershow 04/02/16 Mercury Rising 2016 Results

Zack Sabre, Jr. comes out to start the show.  He wants to resolve this Europe vs. America challenge.  Sabre doesn’t want to wait any longer… Opening Match:  Zack Sabre, Jr. vs. Chris Hero Hero insists on being introduced as “the greatest of all time.”  Hero stalls early on and generally tries to annoy Sabre.  Sabre connects with a series of uppercuts but Hero simply responds with a right hand.  Sabre begins to target the left arm.  Hero rocks him with a forearm.  Sabre changes his focus to the left leg. …

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CZW 04/01/16 Welcome to the Combat Zone Results

DJ Hyde makes his way to the ring to start the show.  He leads a ten-bell salute for Kris Travis.  Hyde welcomes everyone to the show but AR Fox interrupts.  Fox reminds us of his open challenge tonight.  He doesn’t think anyone is worthy of answering it.  Joey Janela, Dezmond Xavier, Shane Strickland, Trevor Lee, and Ricochet answer the challenge… Opening Match:  AR Fox vs. Joey Janela vs. Dezmond Xavier vs. Shane Strickland vs. Trevor Lee vs. Ricochet Lee and Fox land stereo dives over the ringpost.  Janela follows out…

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IWC: Fifteen Review

March 12th, 2016 Opening Match:  IWC Super Indy Title: Andrew Palace © vs. Gory They begin with some chain wrestling.  Palace hits a shoulder tackle and snaps off a few armdrags.  Gory runs up the ropes and snaps off an armdrag of his own.  He adds a hurricanrana.  Palace sends him into the ringpost and lands a dive to the floor.  Gory connects with a springboard gamengiri and returns the favor with a dive of his own.  In the ring, Palace hits a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker and a double underhook suplex….

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AAW: The Chaos Theory 2016 Review

January 15th, 2016 Opening Match:  Drew Gulak vs. Louis Lyndon They trade control on the mat and find themselves at a stalemate.  Gulak finds an opening to start working over the left arm.  They both try quick pin attempts to no avail.  Gulak turns his attention to Lyndon’s right leg.  Lyndon snaps off a hurricanrana and hits a dragon suplex.  Gulak responds with a dive to the floor.  Lyndon sends him into the front row and lands a springboard dive off the guardrail.  In the ring, they trade control of…

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AAW: Unstoppable Review

December 26th, 2015 Opening Match:  AAW Heritage Title: Louis Lyndon © vs. Davey Vega They exchange control on the mat and Lyndon snaps off a hurricanrana.  Vega blocks a springboard moonsault with a dropkick.  Lyndon tries for an early cross armbreaker but Vega boots his way out of the hold.  Lyndon hits chaos theory for a two count.  Vega retreats to ringside but Lyndon follows out with a slingshot hurricanrana.  In the ring, Lyndon connects with a bicycle kick but Vega responds with a flying double stomp in the corner. …

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AIW: Don’t Feed Us After Midnight Review

February 12th, 2016 Jock Samson is flustered because he thinks Missy Hyatt is in the building.  Cloudy is angry at Zema Ion for stealing his thunder.  Tim Donst talks about how different he is from Brian Myers.  Gregory Iron has been having trouble sleeping because he can’t stop thinking about how annoying Jerry has become.  Ethan Page warns Josh Prohibition that Cleveland is his town.  Heidi Lovelace is confused as to how Veda Scott ever wins a match.  Joshua Singh is determined to continue his winning ways.  Josh Prohibition doesn’t…

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IWC: Proving Ground 5 Review

February 27th, 2016 Opening Match: Chris LeRusso (w/ BC Steele) vs. Keith Haught LeRusso attacks from behind. Haught fights back with a series of palm thrusts. LeRusso avoids a bronco buster and snaps Haught’s neck across the top rope. LeRusso comes off the top rope with a bulldog and takes control. He gets onto the microphone and wonders if Haught is the best that IWC has to offer him. This allows Haught to come back with a right hand. Haught hits a seated senton for a nearfall and adds another…

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NOVA Pro Wrestling: Stay Vicious Review

January 31st, 2016 Opening Match: CWF Mid-Atlantic Television Title: Smith Garrett © vs. Timmy Lou Retton There is a ten-minute time limit for CWF Mid-Atlantic Television Title matches. Retton decides to spend the opening moments of the match showing off. Garrett lays in some chops but gets sent into the middle turnbuckle. He recovers with a nice leaping neckbreaker. Garrett connects with a roaring elbow. Retton responds with a jumping knee strike. Garrett sneaks in a quick rollup to retain his title at 4:42. I generally prefer an opener to…

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