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  1. This was solid, but little more. The hot tag title match seems to have sapped the crowd of a bit of energy, though they're hardly dead, and this match had quite a bit to live up to. These two can sleepwalk through a lot of trademark sequences, but the finish doesn't really build well and comes off as an anticlimax. This is one instance where 16 or so minutes isn't long enough for the story they were telling.
  2. 1 Fall match going about 27 minutes. Well, seems we have hit a friendly stride in the French TV year, because this was another clean, fair contest. Maybe even the friendliest match so far, because not a single forearm smash or European uppercut was thrown until about 25 minutes into the match. This wasn‘t as good as the match between Leduc and Zarzecki the week before, but it was a neat match in it‘s own right: you had the theme of grizzled, older looking Lino di Santo trying to deal with his young, athletic opponent. Lots of good technical work throughout as we know it from the French grapplers. The key moment came when Allary locked in the short arm scissor and Di Santo, after trying several one armed deadlifts was unable to escape. Di Santo looked mentally defeated at that point, he tries to hit some uppercuts, but is too worn out. One of the coolest uses of such a simple hold I‘ve ever seen. Di Santo narrowly avoids defeat, sinking in a double leg nelson and hitting his brutal neckbreaker, but Allary has him on the ropes soon. In the end, Di Santo was able to survive just long enough until the time limit runs out. I‘m not sure whether this match had a 27 minute time limit or something, but it seems complete enough. This kind of „young, good looking guy gets the rub by going to a draw against a veteran“ is a staple of European wrestling, and Di Santos performance made it very worthwhile.
  3. World Wrestling Entertainment Friday Night SmackDown #720 on Syfy Aired June 7, 2013 (Taped June 4, 2013) Uniondale, NY No review yet. Chris Jericho vs Curtis Axel Kane vs Ryback Zack Ryder vs Fandango Daniel Bryan & Randy Orton vs The Shield (Roman Reigns & Seth Rollins) Bold matches are PWO recommended.
  4. WWF All Star Wrestling Aired June 7, 1980 (Taped May 28, 1980) Hamburg, PA No review yet. Tony Atlas vs Mike Masters (November 13, 1979; Allentown, PA) Larry Zbyszko vs Frank Savage Pedro Morales vs Baron Mikel Scicluna Larry Sharpe vs Moose Monroe Ken Patera vs Angelo Gomez Bold matches are PWO recommended.
  5. WWF Championship Wrestling Aired June 7, 1980 (Taped May 27, 1980) Allentown, PA No review yet. Hulk Hogan vs Frankie Williams (March 25, 1980; Allentown, PA) Larry Sharpe vs Steve King Tor Kamata vs Angelo Gomez Larry Zbyszko vs Rick McGraw Pat Patterson & Rene Goulet vs Davey O'Hannon & Jose Estrada Baron Mikel Scicluna vs Charlie Brown Bold matches are PWO recommended.
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    [1999-06-07-WWF-Raw] GTV

    Talk about it here.