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  1. Really good match which leaves you with a few realisations: 1. these two kids were insanely talented to have a random indy sleaze undercard match this good 2. damn, that's actually Fugofugo Yumeji and some dork from Dragon Gate before he went to Dragon Gate? 3. These two totally could have and should have been the Yuki Ishikawa and Daisuke Ikeda of sleazy King's Road style, but it just ended up not happening. AAAAAHHHHH it's maddening!! All that squandered potential!!! It's even worse than watching the kids in GAEA!! But, atleast I can watch this match and fantasy book an ideal fed centered around these guy propagating their own vision of brutal & intricate junior wrestling. This match is a lot like two NOAH heavies having a really fun undercard bombfest. It's not flawless, but the potential for this to grow into something beautiful was there. Fujisaki has the cool wrist clutch suplexes and submissions and Saito brings the stiff spin kicks and hurty looking junior offense. The build to the finish was especially cool as it was like a mix of an AJPW "super finisher" and NJPW "You keep blocking this move, so I will use that to set up another move" moment.
  2. These guys are all a bit green, but this still had its moments. I think White Trash just about died on that German suplex near the end of this. Good Lord. There was a little too much going on to know what to follow, but the announcers did as good a job as could be expected of calling it and it was an interesting look at some guys I had absolutely no idea existed. Not sure if any of them were repackaged as people we know well or not. Rukkus is a big muscle guy who does moves from the top rope, which tells me had WCW stayed in business, he would have ended up there eventually. Fun time capsule if nothing else.
  3. NWA Wildside! Ron Killings ... awkwardly rapping while fans sit on their hands for 17 years and counting it would appear. He's actually serviceable in the ring, with some sharp offense and good bumping and feeding for Estrada, so I won't be too harsh. I can see why the WWF took a chance on him in 2000, because he is a charismatic guy with some cool moves. Not much to the match, but it's fine.
  4. Talk about it here.
  5. This gets off to a fast start as Benoit attacks Wright before he can get his jacket off by drilling him in the jaw with a forearm and stomping the back of his head. Benoit keeps the beatdown going even throwing Wright down to the floor to for Pillman to choke him with his shirt. Wright does get an impressive comeback with some really cool looking dives. Match goes a bit flat after that as Wright's offense while in control isn't that good. They also try to do a big counter sequence at the end that comes off a bit clunky. Still a very entertaining TV match.
  6. This was a solid match, but the match on Main Event was better. I wish either of them would have won two straight instead of trading wins but that's the WWE way.