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  1. This is one of Gulak's final matches on the indys before taking off and being with the WWE full time. He mentions in a promo before the match he was asked some weeks ago who he wanted to face on his final run on the indys before he took of so they could try to put those matches together and Quack was the second opponent on that list. The match itself is fantastic. They develop a teacher vs. student story throughout the match with Gulak's more gritty grappling vs. Quack's more flashy faux WoS grappling. They start off with a great double knuckle lockup and there's a bit where Gulak tries to trip Quack, but Quack is smart enough to see it coming and counters it by moving backwards and then flinging Gulak with a monkey flip. There's also another great bit with Gulak leg kicking Quack and Quack convinces Gulak to continue throwing leg kicks making him think he will engage in a you turn, my turn exchange with Quack catching one of Gulak's kicks and hitting a nasty dragon screw leg whip. Despite Quack being Gulak's trainer, Gulak still works super stiff and he puts some heat behind strikes blasting Quack with a great diving clothesline and some brutal grounded elbows you could hear the thuds from him landing them. Loved how they cutback on the false finishes and the only big false finish came from a roll up that got a big pop in near the finish. One of the best matches in the companies history.
  2. Two technical wizards going at it. Started off with them trading holds in friendly manner, even bantering with each other while they put each other in holds & escaped from them. These 2 are so smooth when it comes to that stuff so it was a true joy to watch. At one point though, ZSJ gets pissed off & just BLASTS Quack with an European Uppercut; Quack is like "haha, alright got me there nice one pal", but then ZSJ does it again - he blasts Quack with ANOTHER European Uppercut! Now Quack knows that shit is on so he slaps the taste out of Zack's mouth - and from then on they continue to trade those holds, but with much more intensity & aggression to them - no more smiling & banter, they were just destroying each other. Terrific match. ****3/4
  3. Fun work on the mat, both guys battling to get the control over each other to start things off. It’s a joy to watch because Danielson & Quack are absolute masters. Once the pace quickens, things spill to the outside & Bryan hurts his knee. Quack starts targeting it, but not very aggressively. He leaves an opening for Danielson who starts targeting his arm in very vicious fashion. Quack is in big trouble, selling the arm excellently, as Danielson works all over his arm. He gets some great comebacks in because there were a few times when Danielson got caught up talking shit & posing for the crowd, but ultimately, the American Dragon’s attack on his arm is just too much. An absolutely wonderful match that felt like a true chess game w/ both guys looking to capitalize on each other's brief mistakes. ****1/4
  4. This has to be one of the most "giffable" matches that I've seen. So many amazing moves - and the best part is that the execution of those crazy ass moves they busted out was 100% perfect. They also told a good story of Claudio dominating Quack because of his size & power advantage, while Quack busted out those sick comebacks. A very memorable match, that's for sure. ****
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