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  1. Borderline great match well worth powering through the absolutely awful commentary. They worked a slightly more intricate version of their usual match here, adding some especially cool counters and cut offs to the mix. The main reason the work between these two guys ages well is that instead of building to thigh slapping flying knee strikes or Go 2 Sleep variations they add stiff kicks to the chest and nasty turnbuckle bumps to the mix. Note how violent something like Kis hair pulling toss felt not to mention the headbutts. Could've gone longer but I guess that's a good thing.
  2. Really well put together TV match. The opening sequence were nice because they were more about each of them just barely escaping the others stuff rather than showing how even they are. They arm work in the body of the match does seem rehashed from the match in May but I still thought that they did a good job of making it give the match context, especially Becky with selling, which is something that I felt was kind of missing from the last match. The finish really tops off the match as Sasha shows that while they both know each other really well she just has one more trick up her sleeve to allow her to get the win. ****
  3. Rogers and Oates are a perfectly serviceable team, but Armstrong and Horner are on another level here, looking to be every bit as good of a babyface tag team as the Fantastics or Rock & Rolls. Saying they would have benefitted from better opposition here is overstating it, but I do wish they would have had a chance to work with the Dirty White Boys or MX around this time. Ron Garvin makes a save when the heels attempt a spike piledriver on Brad, and between that and Gordon Solie doing commentary with Lance, this is an odd collection of names not usually associated with Memphis. The match was fun TV fare, but there was a big talent gap between the two teams, and that usually works best when the better team is the heel team.