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  1. Match started out with basic shine, Morton and Montgomery taking the arm and the heels stooging. Ferris failing to break up the pin was hilarious, couldn't tell if he tripped on the bottom rope or was just completely wasted in general. Montgomery's attempted comeback was terrible, his mannerisms and strikes were embarrassing. Morton played a real good FIP, he totally convinced you a back elbow and a gut kick could kill him. Latham/Ferris may not do much but the matches are structured interestingly enough it doesn't really matter, and their offence is good enough to carry the FIP sections. **3/4
  2. This was ok, pretty much every match here is gonna be worked shine-heat-comeback but how they go about it is always interesting to see. Shine was fun, with faces repeteadly countering the heel's holds and armdraggim them. Heat section was meh, Latham looked clumsy. I liked how they set up the finish with Koko trying to save his partner only to cost him the match by allowing the heels to double team on his partner because the ref was busy monitoring him. **1/4-**1/2
  3. What a fucking war this was, just four guys nuking each other with punches and every weapon near them while retaining the feel of a genuinely chaotic brawl you want. The camera work and Lance Russell's commentary perfectly contemplate the anarchy going on, and watching these guys throw tables at each other in the concession stand and think about how well received the Rush-LA Park brawls were reminds you that standards don't ever change THAT much.....just different symbols used along with the blood and violence. I give four stars to what is shown.
  4. Really liked this. Charles was great here, just super smooth takedown and submissions, he was almost WOS-esque. I liked Gilbert's tenacious takedowns and how he wouldn't let go of the leg. The face in peril segment was a little monotonous at times, I liked how they kept cutting Gilbert off with nice punches but the submission they used to work over him got pretty repetitive, though it did make the eventual tease of a comeback more satisfying. Non-finish was perfect as a set up as they managed to get even more heat on the heels (one of them pulling the rope so Charles would fall out of the ring during the attempted comeback the perfect spot for it too) and shoegorn Gilbert sr. into the story. ***-***1/4
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