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  1. 2/3 falls match over 30 minutes. Hayes & fellow Englishman Ray Hunter are apparently introduced as „Australians“. There is also a giant robot watching the match from the crowd whom the announcer calls a „martian“. And the French team of Delaporte (champion of France, even!) and Guettier gets a big heel reaction. All the absurdities aside, this was a very good match. The last time Hayes showed up he was a real highlight, and he is really fun here again coming up with fun counters to all the holds. It‘s funny how you can watch a ton of old French/British wrestling and still see new things. Hunter is really tall and likes to upside down chop people, so he‘s basically Baba in this match. The two Rogers won‘t blow you away if you‘ve been keeping track of all the awesome heel workers we‘ve seen in this project so far, but they did a good job working over Hayes back with Fuchi-like rope stretches, big backbreaker moves and knee drops to the spine. It builds to a pretty hot 3rd fall with the Brits masquerading as Australian going for near finish after near finish with the Frenchmen breaking up pinfalls as much as they could. I‘m not sure whether it cut off before the finish or if the deciding pinfall simply came out weird, but since that‘s all there is of this match we‘ll have to go with „came out weird“.
  2. JIP with about 8 minutes shown. Not getting a full match of Parmentier is probably among the biggest misses in this footage, but at least we now know he existed. Frisuk is a good looking babyface and has good fire. I imagine if we had the build up this would be a really good match because they were both happily dishing out receipts and inside shots. I am still getting used to how violent French wrestling is compared to the British stuffs. I mean British heels are nasty but they won‘t full on running punt a downed opponent like Parmentier does here. Love Parmentiers rugged aura and these two guys killing each other with massive elbows was awesome to watch briefly.
  3. Another good match between these two. Man the folks going to this garage got to see a lot of great wrestling. This had a bit more traditional layout with Quance dominating early on the mat and hitting armdrags before Dragon takes out his legs with nasty dropkicks to the knee. Quance looked good again working snug nelson holds and leg trips on the ground. His limping leg selling was also pretty good. Super Dragon did a nice job saving 1 or 2 sloppy moments of his technico opponent, smacked him around while applying leglocks and hit a brutal double stomp to the leg. This did not have as many nearfalls as their other matches which is probably a good thing. Instead of your-turn-my-turn stuff Quance tried to comeback and failed, then Dragon finished him off catching a rollup attempt and hitting a Dragon Suplex into a Psycho Driver for the badass finish.
  4. World Wrestling Entertainment Friday Night SmackDown #718 on Syfy Aired May 24, 2013 (Taped May 21, 2013) Omaha, NE No review yet. WWE Intercontinental Title: Wade Barrett (c) vs The Miz Daniel Bryan vs Jack Swagger Chris Jericho vs Big Show Sin Cara vs Curtis Axel WWE U.S. Title: Dean Ambrose (c) vs Kofi Kingston Kofi Kingston, Randy Orton & Sheamus vs The Shield (Dean Ambrose, Roman Reigns & Seth Rollins) (Discuss) Bold matches are PWO recommended.
  5. WWF All Star Wrestling Aired May 24, 1980 (Taped May 7, 1980) Hamburg, PA No review yet. Pat Patterson vs Jose Estrada Pedro Morales vs Marc Pole Rick McGraw vs Moose Monroe WWF World Tag Team Titles: Wild Samoans (Afa & Sika) vs Rene Goulet & Dominic Denucci Tony Atlas vs Frank Savage Bold matches are PWO recommended.
  6. WWF Championship Wrestling Aired May 24, 1980 (Taped May 6, 1980) Allentown, PA No review yet. Larry Sharpe vs Rick McGraw Larry Zbyszko vs El Olympico Harley Race vs Angelo Gomez Pedro Morales vs Frank Savage Tor Kamata vs RIcky Stallone Bold matches are PWO recommended.
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