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Tenese Sarwieh

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  1. Tenese Sarwieh

    WWE TV 03/29 - 04/04 It sucks to be Brazilian

    Kid cut a better promo than most of the roster, easily the highlight of the show.
  2. Tenese Sarwieh

    WWE TV 03/29 - 04/04 It sucks to be Brazilian

    I don't care Sheamus is a face to me, keep beating up that geek Riddle.
  3. They did a great job of using the construction of the David vs Goliath match. Gresham attacked the legs of Draper to slow the larger man down while Draper opposed that by aggressively working over the ribs of Gresham using his strength as an advantage. Like other Pure championship matches this year they've used the rope breaks while even taking one away from Draper when he landed a closed fist. The false finishes were done perfectly giving you the belief of Gresham being in danger of losing his title leading to one of the best finishes this year. Gresham was his usual great self and this was my first exposure to Draper and I was impressed by his performance. Excellent pure title match.
  4. These three were put in the position to excel at what they do best, fast-paced sprints with crazy innovative looking offense, and boy did they deliver.
  5. This was the epitome of a banger. Beginning things off with great chain wrestling with tremendous and fluid counters displaying both guys' athleticism. This wasn't the usual go all out while doing big spots in between type of match. They took their time and let things breathe, man this would've been great with full attendance. It culminated with even more crazy spots involving on the stage on a part to Vikingo leading to a devastating-looking spanish fly for Arez to get the win. Hands down this is one of the best lucha matches of the year
  6. Tenese Sarwieh

    Current New Japan

    It's a bad look to have Will do the angle but why even do it when you know you can't get the response from the crowd you want? Pure foolishness.
  7. Tenese Sarwieh

    Is Impact the best promotion in wrestling history?

    It's good that they are keeping Moose off the television. He should be the one to beat Kenny bringing the belt back to Impact. I'm gonna need the forbidden door to open for the knockouts, Deonna needs more challengers. Hopefully something and be arranged with AEW or even Stardom.
  8. Tenese Sarwieh

    WWE TV 03/15 - 03/21 Bayern Munchen to repeat as UCL champions

    I'm now convinced that Vince saw some Lucha Underground and thought "I can do this shit better".
  9. Tenese Sarwieh

    WWE TV 03/15 - 03/21 Bayern Munchen to repeat as UCL champions

    So far Sheamus has been WWE's best tv performer.
  10. Tenese Sarwieh

    WWE TV 03/15 - 03/21 Bayern Munchen to repeat as UCL champions

    Beautiful knee from Shayna.
  11. Tenese Sarwieh

    WWE TV 03/15 - 03/21 Bayern Munchen to repeat as UCL champions

    Can't be anything dealing with masks because they've gotten real strict on Covid protocol. He committed the carnal sin in that company, having Vince lose confidence in you.
  12. Tenese Sarwieh

    WWE TV 03/15 - 03/21 Bayern Munchen to repeat as UCL champions

    It's slime time folks and what a geek Braun is.
  13. A solid technical contest that held my interest from the beginning to the conclusion. Everything was fluid and both men moved seamlessly at a slow down pace on offense especially CIMA working over Iwamoto's neck. Koji did well battling back and perfectly whipping out that beauty of a judo throw. The exchanges and reversals leading up to the CIMA victory were fantastic. Enjoyable and an easy watch.
  14. Tenese Sarwieh

    Dave Meltzer stuff

    I rank the Summerslam 2016 match in my top 5 of Cena matches and had a blast watching him go indy trying to adapt to the new guys coming up on the man roster. I'd consider him a great worker, he's the only wrestler in modern WWE to get everyone invested in his matches especially the big ones. My only regret we didn't see grapplefuck Cena.
  15. MiSu was his normal scary badass self but what surprised me most the performance of Tomoaki Honma. The man turned back the hands of time for one night putting out the best outing he has had in years. Good stuff in the first round of the cup.
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