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  1. We get a really good Speedball FIP segment, where Donovan Dijak & JT Dunn do some quality over him, which then leads to a FANTASTIC ACH hot tag - the man was seriously on fire. After that tremendous hot tag, we get your usual indy 50/50 action & it was all very enjoyable. Cody's manager shtick was pretty fun, too. ***1/2
  2. This was just absolutely ridiculous in the most positive way possible. Not only was this an absolutely incredible collection of insane moves, sequences & memorable moments by two huge monsters, it also told a great story of Dijak doing everything he possibly could think of to try & put his biggest rival down. Keith answered with the same thing; he did everything he could do to put the super focused Dijak down. The no sell, fighting spirit moments were super well timed & done. Amazing match. ****1/2
  3. This was fantastic. Thatcher was brilliant chopping down Dijak w/ his focused attack on his arm - Dijak sold that super well & his comeback flurries were really great. ****
  4. This was all about Dijak scouting everything Marufuji did & trying to avoid those deadly chops. Dijak showed great heart in everything he did & I thought Marufuji did a good job selling Dijak's work w/ his facial expressions going like "oh shit, this kid's actually great". Great story of the younger, hungry fella going against the veteran. ****
  5. Such a fun heavyweight bombfest. There wasn't any feeling out processes or anything - just straight full on big boy action from start to finish. Keith Lee continues to prove himself as one of the best wrestlers in the world & Donovan Dijak looked very impressive in defeat - one of those cases where even though he lost, he still won. Awesome, awesome match. ****
  6. Good match. Catch Point is the more experienced tag team & it shows. Dijak & Elgin have chemistry, but not at the level Williams & Yehi do. There's some really good back-and-forth exchanges, and the match is well-paced, but this was a little long in the tooth & shaving a couple minutes off would've helped the quality. The crowd seemed burnt out, as well. There's some real nice nearfalls towards the end, and it felt like Dijak & Elgin had real chance to upset the tag champs when they were isolating Williams, but Catch Point ultimately comes out victorious after Yehi cleans house in a hot comeback. Rating: ***¼
  7. Started out with Dijak laying out the first strike to Riddle, and that created the dynamic for the rest of the match - Riddle fighting from underneath as Dijak did work on top. Very physical, laid out perfectly & the length was perfect for the story they told. Excellent match. ****