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Edwin posted a topic in December 2000Didn't dig this at all. It seemed really spotty. The table spot in the first half was embarrassing. Both guys got on the top and held on to each other and then just jumped together through the table. I didn't like the finish either as it was confusing. The post match run ins are starting to get a little tiresome too.
Not sure what the heel - face dynamic is here. Last time I saw AJ Styles and Onyx they were heels with Jeff G. Bailey as NWA Elite members. I'm not familiar with Suicidal Tendencies, but they seem to be working as heels here, so its a bit confusing. Suicidal Tendencies are also three members and they seem to be working un Freebirds rule according to the commentator as all three members are continuously tagging in and out. The match itself felt pretty flat. There really wasn't anything that caught my eye or kept me engaged. The finish was a mess with a ton of run ins and people brawling all over the place. Forgettable.
Edwin posted a topic in December 2000This was apparently for the NWA world heavyweight title and it was not good... Styles and Paris pull out a ton of crazy spots and then the lights go out and Sabu puts Paris through a table and then he attacks Styles and then he puts Styles through a table and that was it. Skippable.
[2000-01-08-NWA Wildside-TV] Rukkus vs White Trash vs Q-Sic vs Damian Steel vs Toad (Hardcore Rumble Elimination)
Charles (Loss) posted a topic in January 2000These 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.
Charles (Loss) posted a topic in January 2000NWA 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.