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  1. *Broadcast January 9th 2019 25 minute trios match to hype up the Takeover show, and if those matches are better than this then we're in for a fantastic show. The last 15 is great stuff that's a bit let down by the first 10 minutes where you have long heel control segments by wrestlers who aren't that interesting at it even if Tyler/Trent both do really good struggling/selling in this. Once Pete Dunne is tagged in for the 2nd time and lays waste to everyone the tone changes though. Worth noting how he comes across as way above his partners in this, anytime he's in the ring the momentum seems to swing to BSS's side, even though Trent actually has the more powerful looking offense. ***3/4
  2. Undisputed Era continue to refine their chickenshit trio shtick in wonderful ways. With British Strong Style being the overwhelming hometown favorites, seeing them absolutely thrash the Era was a wonderful thing to see. Strong, O'Reilly, and Cole bumped huge for all three BSS guys and it was great. Perhaps one of my favorite spots was Adam Cole taking a huge jumping bump off of a Dunne forearm. Speaking of Dunne, that man is so good at being a fired up, intense babyface. He really sells the hatred he has for Strong and all their interactions make me eagerly anticipate their inevitable singles blow off match. Great match here, fast paced, exciting, and with the right finish. ****1/4
  3. Started off with a really good control segment by Dunne - loved all the arm work he did throughout the match & Roddy's selling of it was good. Once they're on the outside Roddy gets back into things by dumping Dunne back first to the steel steps, and after that, the match essentially becomes a bombfest - a great one at that. ****
  4. I actually liked this better than anything on the Takeover card. I still find it so awesome that before he got a job in the WWE, Gargano was one of my least favorite guys around in the indies & now he really is one of the best babyfaces WWE got. And that was on display here as expected - he was excellent with his hope spots, emotion & selling. Dunne was great as well with his work over him - loved the arm targeting. Great match. ****
  5. Awesome match w/ Dunne working on top right from the get go as he got the advantage by jumping Cobb before the bell. Jeff Cobb is a goddamn monster though so that didn't stop him from throwing Peter around like a baby. I thought that Pete was super great in this - character work, offense, selling; he nailed 'em all. Same can be said about Cobb who sold tremendously & him throwing people around is always fun. Few more minutes and this would've hit the 4 star mark for me. ***3/4
  6. Awesome performance by Pete Dunne. Loved his targeting of Seven's taped up shoulder all the way through the whole thing - his work over that shoulder was nasty. Loved it. Trent got a bit too no-selly with it at times, but for the most part I thought he did a really good job selling the arm & playing the face in peril, in general. Really good match. ***3/4
  7. Was super excited when they announced this match up & it managed to deliver just like I had hoped it would. Ringkampf quickly established dominance over BSS - they worked over them for a pretty lengthy amount of time before BSS got back into things. When they did get back into things, we got an outstanding FIP segment w/ Thatcher - Thatcher might legitimately be the best salesman in wrestling today. His facial expressions & physical selling are on point. ADJ's eventual hot tag was great; the heels did what they had been doing the entire match for Ringkampf - they bumped their ass off for him/them. They were really great in their role. The finishing stretch was them going balls-to-the-walls, which was enjoyable, my favorite part about that was Thatcher catching Bate into a Fujiwara Armbar outside the ring. Fantastic match. Everybody played their roles super well - ADJ was the stoic technician working over BSS, WALTER chopped people around, Thatcher sold his ass off & the BSS trio played the close-to-defeat vulnerable heel group. ****1/2
  8. Thought that this was a bit better than their BOLA & UK Tournament matches (***3/4 for both of those) - Pete's work over Mandrews was awesome, as far as I am concerned he truly is UK's THE Villain, because he actually wrestles like it. Mandrews is always really good as the underdog & that was the case here too, his counters to Pete's moves were great - as all of his hope spots were, really. Great match. ****