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  1. Really fun indy tag. I liked the opening exchanges, lucharesu armdrags and nice fireman carry takeovers, and Quance & Frantz sticking to working a basic hammerlock control segment while the crowd amused themselves heckling Disco Machine was a nice change of pace. They also hit some great flip dives. Super Dragon was obviously the best guy in the match as he was crushing dudes anytime he stepped in the ring. B-Boy was fine hitting random big moves and he had one pretty great dropkick and submission nearfall. They go pretty overboard for the finishing run and I thought Frantzs comeback looked too easy but there were also plenty of crushing big moves such as a pretty great Doomsday Device variation with Super Dragon hitting a UFO to the back of the guys head. Also lots of guys flying into the ring to break up pinfalls.
  2. Another chapter in the wild, hate filed Homicide and Teddy Hart feud. This is crazy as you'd think. I like Jack Evans and B-Boy, but what we want to see from this is the Homicide and Teddy Hart exchanges and luckily there's a lot of focus on these two. Teddy does a nutty moonsault off the top of the cage to the outside onto Homicide. Homicide also wrecks Teddy with an LP record and then forks him and he bleeds buckets. There's some other cool stuff, such as Jack getting hung upside down on the cage and then getting face lifted by B-Boy and a super cool visual of Teddy pouring blood while Homicide rams his faced against the cage with a close up from the ringside camera. Also, no one takes a Cop Killa like Jack. He takes it on his neck/head/face and it looks brutal every time. In the finishing stretch, the lights go out and Jim Neidhart comes out to a massive pop. Neidhart and Teddy hit the Hart Attack before Teddy hits his flippy finisher off the top. Fantastic match.
  3. The Homicide vs. Teddy Hart feud continues to deliver entertainment. Teddy comes out with a wrapped up arm and Homicide viciously goes after it throwing him to the corner and Teddy has to leave due to it. so it turns into a handicap match. According to a Steen, he was talking with Homicide before the show and they were told Teddy couldn't do the match because he had suffered an arm injury and they saw him doing pull ups on a hoop. Classic Teddy. The match is a bit one sided, but it's a handicap match for the majority of it, so it makes sense. Steen gets a brutal beating at the hands of Da Strong Style Thugz as they isolate him, namely getting the skin of his face peeled off by B-Boy from a face kick. Steen finally makes the hot tag after an extensive beatdown and Generico makes a fire-y comeback, before he gets destroyed too and Ki unmasks him which gets him massive heat. However, Ki ups the heat by putting Generico's mask on. Near the end, Teddy makes a return and hits a DDT, before he gets dumped off the top rope and Steen gets wrecked again, namely getting dropped with a brutal backdrop and a nasty double stomp from Ki off the top. Great stuff.
  4. Very good back & forth to start things off - both guys establish their styles from early on. Eventually Makabe hits B-Boy w/ a very nice looking corner dropkick, which hurt B-Boy's hand, which resulted in Makabe attacking that hand & arm in vicious fashion for rest of the match. He busts out some terrific armbars + stretches & stomps the crap out of it. B-Boy sells it wonderfully. Great match. ****
  5. This is the most JAPW match outside of JAPW out there. B-Boy and Homicide put an endless stiff beating on M-Dogg as if he was Teddy Hart and he had stolen his cat for the first half of the match. Just a brutal beatdown with some crazy chops and back kicks. The second half of course is the comeback from M-Dogg and Prohibition which is a bit brief. Luckily the finishing stretch wasn't them going endlessly for finishers and kicking out at 2.99. Good stuff. ***1/2