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  1. First half of this was pretty great as Danielson would torture Evans with ultra tight basic holds while Evans would use his freak athleticism and flexibility to escape and hit spin kicks. Danielson can play Fuchi extremely well as he did both subtle things like digging his elbow into the leg aswell as stuff that looks grossly painful such as twisting at the chin, almost making the back of Evans head touch the back of his thigh etc. Finishing stretch wasn't as great as Evans looked a little sloppy while both guys transitioned from offense a little too easily. All time great finish though. I'd wager Evans performance here was better than pretty much anything Manami Toyota has ever done as he showed greater flexibility, better timed comebacks, more spectacular offense etc.
  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. Talk about it here.