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  1. I thought this was an OK TV main event. Darby is one of the craziest guys currently active in wrestling and he's made a name for himself as a bump freak. His offense is pretty neat as it's just him flinging his body at his opponent recklessly. As expected, he takes some ridiculous bumps here, but I would have cut out the powerbomb on the ramp late in the match especially after he got press slammed from inside the ring to a table that was several feet from the ring apron. I dug Darby using his belt to tie up Cage's feet but I could have done without the turnbuckle kickout climb spot which was hokey and the Sting appearance (but I get understand why they did it).
  2. This was just absolutely NUTS. Incredibly brutal spotfest with no dull moments whatsoever - hard hitting strike exchanges, great pace, insane spots & just all around amazing violence. ****1/2
  3. This was so incredibly entertaining. Trevor Lee's TNA heel shtick, Chuck Taylor joining the match & having to go to the back & get geared up for it, him accidentally slamming his own partner Joey Janela, confusing him with Trevor Lee because of their similar gear, WALTER having none of the fun & games, Flamita coming in & showcasing that freakish quickness of his, WALTER & Jonah brawling to the back... This one was just absolute gold from start to finish. A PWG classic! ****1/2
  4. This was just the 4 lads involved beating the crap out of each other + throwing each other around. Liked how Cage & Elgin isolated Cobb - Cobb did a solid job as the FIP & Riddle was a tremendous hot tag. The finishing stretch was fantastic. ***1/2
  5. Really the perfect PWG opener - an action packed, a little beefy even (Cage vs. Lee) spotfest in which the pace never slowed down. Keith Lee made sure in his Reseda debut that everybody in the building will remember his name. ***3/4
  6. Fuck yeah this RULED. Yehi started it with super fire, but that didn't last long as the match transitioned into Cage just throwing Yehi around. You could see the desperation in Yehi from his great facial expressions - he tried to target Cage's limbs in his brief hope spots, but those never lasted long as Cage always got the advantage because of his size & strength advantage. This is the best Cage has ever looked - he looked like a true monster because he didn't do too much stuff & just threw Yehi around. It was wonderful. The ending was great, because it showed that Yehi had to use FIP's unique no-rope-breaks rule in order to beat the monster that is the man they call Cage. Made both guys look super awesome. This was very good pro rasslin', people. ****3/4
  7. This was actually quite a well worked David vs. Goliath trios match. Cage, Steen & Elgin were just throwing the smaller dudes around, while they came back to the match w/ their wacky, flippy hope spots & comebacks. ***1/2
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