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  1. I thought this told a great story of the pure power of McIntyre going against the in ring smart tactics of Roode. Roode worked that neck throughout the whole thing & McIntyre just overpowered him with his high impact moves. Great match. ****
  2. Quite fitting that in his last indy match Galloway has the best match of his indy run. Just a superb, violent I Quit match. Galloway was awesome working over Riddle in brutal fashion & Riddle did some of the best selling of his career so far. ****1/2
  3. Yup, this is good. Galloway vs. [insert small wrestler here] is always a recipe for success. Galloway brutally demolishes Lio Rush for most of the match & Rush's selling/bumping is terrific. Rush has some nice hope spots, but never gains the game-changing momentum necessary to overcome the size difference. Galloway ends him with a vicious spinning Future Shock & short Piledriver. Rating: ***½
  4. Galloway came into this match with a vengeance and completely demolishes Riddle -- putting him through a table with a piledriver & then ending him with a Future Shock + second piledriver for the pinfall. Quick match, but it worked & fit the storytelling. Rating: ***½
  5. Worst Evolve match I've seen so far. It actually started off pretty good, doing junior chain wrestling with Johnny Gargano was the best Tracy Williams ever looked, and Galloway was a solid hot tag, still the majority of this was so dull and uninteresting, Gulak and Williams had one nice combo move and Gulak will do one thing per match that I like like steal a Finlay spot or something that looks like a Finlay spot at least, here it was dragging Gargano by the feet into his corner, but outside of that it's clear he and Williams have no idea how to work, they're just so boring, so many stomps and armbreakers leading to nowhere. The double submission spots are also getting ridiculous but I did like Gargano and Galloway switching who they were doing them on for it made a ridiculous visual. It felt like it was much longer than it was, Gargano and Galloway were fine in fighting back and I kind of feel bad for them for being in a match this bad. *1/2
  6. Talk about it here.