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  1. Tibor Szakacs was a Hungarian ex-army officer who fled to Britain and became a beloved wrestler. The man was built like a shaved chimpanzee, and his constant miserable gaze is up there with the likes of Kazuo Yamazaki. I love watching Szakacs wrestle as his slow movements are poetry in motion and that was felt strongly in this bout too, although this was about his young opponent Pete Stewart getting a rub by getting a fall over the veteran. Pete Stewart was later known as "Iron Duke" which is an all time great wrestler nickname, but he was basically just a young boy at this point. The technical stuff in the match is good and as soon as Stewart takes the 1:0 lead things get pretty intense with some vicious armwork and Szakacs busting out the dreaded chop. Extremely well executed with Szakacs throwing a suplex that I've never seen him do before. Well worth watching.
  2. Wahoos Leg

    2019-03-25-WWE-Monday Night RAW #1348

    World Wrestling Entertainment Monday Night RAW #1348 on USA March 25, 2019 Boston, MA No review yet. ´╗┐Beat The Clock Challenge: Ronda Rousey vs Sarah Logan Beat The Clock Challenge: Charlotte Flair vs Ruby Riott Beat The Clock Challenge: Becky Lynch vs Liv Morgan Handicap: Finn Balor vs Bobby Lashley & Jinder Mahal Non Title: Aleister Black & Ricochet vs The Revival (Dash Wilder & Scott Dawson) Natalya vs Sasha Banks Apollo Crews vs Baron Corbin Non Title: Samoa Joe vs Kurt Angle Last Man Standing : Dean Ambrose vs Drew McIntyre Bold matches are PWO recommended.
  3. Nothing like watching Virus earning himself a paycheck. You could probably stick him against any half competent dude and get a strong 20 minute match out of it. And that's pretty much what happens here. Prayer doesn't exactly leave a huge impression, occasionally Virus would feed him holds and he'd do rudimentary reversals or try a move of his own. But mostly he was there as the local guy for the fans to rally behind against the nationally recognized master, and get yanked around and stretched for the 20 minutes duration. Virus is skillful enough to sink into tricked out and painful looking submissions on any unsuspecting guy and there was plenty of that to behold. Prayer does get the odd nice run of offense, but the outcome was never in doubt. You may decide whether this kind of match is proof of Virus' greatness or just the standard output of craftsman who knows what he's doing in and out, but no matter what I'm going to enjoy this show.
  4. Talk about it here.