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Beyond Wrestling “Battle of Who Could Care Less” Review

After a successful “Americanrana” in Fete Music, Beyond returned to the Aurora in Providence a month later for the “Battle of Who Could Care Less”, furthering some animosity forstered during “Americanrana”, and some renewed rivalries from the last time Beyond was in Aurora. David Starr was set to face Chris Hero, but an injury put Hero on the shelf for the weekend. Eddie Edwards took Hero’s place and did not dissapoint. Some impressive mat wrestling quickly turned into a heated fight, with slaps and chops thrown at one another. Edwards’…

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Evolve 10/15/16 70 iPPV Results

Evolve 70 Results Orlando, Florida 10/15/16 Credit: Running Wild Podcast Evolve returned to Orlando, with the card highlighted bye Timothy Thatcher returning to defend his title, after being away for the last two shows held in October due to an overseas tour. Darby Allin defeated Anthony Henry Darby Allin with the coffin drop out of the corner for the win. Said to be a good opener. Nathan Cruz defeated Jason Kincaid Kincaid taps to Cruz Control, a step over inverted Cloverleaf. Good showing for both men. Fred Yehi defeated DUSTIN…

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Beyond Wrestling “GIGANTIC” Review

If you’ve listened to me on podcasts or follow me on Twitter, you’re aware of how much I love “hosses” in wrestling. Of course when it comes to a Hoss, size matters, but it certainly isn’t everything. There’s a finesse, a style, a type of “smash mouth” aggression that comes with carrying the title of being a Hoss. You could only imagine my excitement when Beyond Wrestling announced a show called “GIGANTIC”, in which they would showcase some of the most noteworthy hosses in wrestling today. Ironically, the show would…

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CZW Cage Of Death XVII Review

12/12/15 Voorhees , NJ- After a year filled with returns, departures, debuts and plenty of controversy, CZW capped off 2015 with the promotion’s version of Wrestlemania, Cage Of Death. Pre show match for a spot in Best of the best 15- Poseidon vs Chip Day vs Eddie Smooth vs Desmond Xavier vs Conor Claxton vs Lucky 13 vs Brittany Blake- This match was all over the place with Dives from every competitor in this contest. Everyone shined in this match, but the ones that made a big statement were Eddie…

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Beyond Wrestling “Battle of New England Returns” Review

Like last year, Beyond Wrestling’s August event fell on the same weekend as PWG’s “Battle of Los Angeles.” Once more, Beyond decided to hold “The Battle of New England (Returns”, or BONER, with some debuts and returns mixed into the usual Beyond favorites. Kimber Lee has been making her way through all of Team Pazuzu since Chris Dickinson attacked her in March, and this month it would be EYFBO’s turn to face her wrath. Her partner for the evening would be Beyond favorite and tag team specialist, JT Dunn. Dunn…

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Beyond Wrestling “Americanrana 2015” Review

It’s Beyond Wrestling’s biggest show of the year! With their largest crowd ever and a stacked card, tonight was the night for Beyond to make an impression on a new audience and pay off some stories and feuds long time fans have been paying attention to. Danny Cannon seemed to be a can’t miss prospect in the world of pro wrestling. He was having exciting matches everywhere he went, then all of a sudden retired last Fall. It was shocking and a big coup for Beyond Wrestling to have him…

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CZW Down With The Sickness 2015 Review

Voorhees, NJ 09/12/15- I went into this show tonight not knowing really where CZW was headed, as probably were most fans. The sudden loss of Nick Gage to personal issues, just a week ago, and the news of Biff Busick being signed by “They who shall not be named”, cast a cloud of uncertainty over the crowd waiting to get into the Flyers’ Skate Zone, for Down With The Sickness.  The fans would ultimately be left with a good feeling as one of CZW’s most popular stars would return, and a…

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Beyond Wrestling “Scorned” Review

April 2015 was an experimental month for Beyond Wrestling. For the first time, they decided to run a double header with themselves in Fete Music. There had been Secret Shows in the past that would run before the Fete show, but this was Beyond’s attempt to run two marquee events in one day. Would they succeed? Coming of a major loss at “King of Arts”, AR Fox looked to get his groove back against “Speedball” Mike Bailey in a battle dubbed “Flips vs. Kicks.” As advertised, we got plenty of…

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Beyond Wrestling “Hit and Run” Review

After a fairly weak conclusion to 2014, Beyond Wrestling came in guns ablazing with “Hit and Run” to kick off 2015. They pretty much had to; “Ends Meet” left a pretty bad taste in my mouth, but given how strong 2014 was as a whole for Beyond, I wasn’t willing to give up yet. I am very glad I didn’t. Dave Cole went from main eventing the last show in a losing effort to Anthony Stone to opening the card against Beyond Wrestling original, Davey Vega, who with Cole main…

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2CW WBTDBIWLTOADFTYB 07/19/15 Results

Yesterday afternoon myself a couple of buddies attended 2CW’s We Only Booked This Date Because It Was LITERALLY The Only Available Date For The Young Bucks in Oswego, New York. The name of the show had gotten quite a bit of press for being unique, but sadly the show didn’t meet the expectations that 2CW typically offers. The show opened with Pepper Parks getting a victory over Slyck Wagner Brown. Brown was given a warm reception since he blew his knee out in March 2014 and is still on the…

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