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  1. This was a really well done David vs. Goliath tag battle. Loved the AOP completely overwhelming Fish & O'Reilly w/ their power in the early stages of the match. The champs were looking to be in BIG trouble until Akam tweaked his knee - that then became a big part of the Undisputed Era's attack on him, which lead to a really good FIP segment. Akam sold the good work by Fish & O'Reilly wonderfully. After he gets the hot tag to Rezar, they start to get that power move game rolling once again, but Fish & O'Reilly bust some really good counters to those, including going after that bad knee of Akam. Really good stuff all around with awesome performances from all involved. ***3/4
  2. Best match on the show. Some awkward moments but that was to be expected. Once Wolfe & Dain got involved, things kicked up a notch & the action remained really good from that point on till the end. Everybody gave really good performances. ***3/4
  3. Wow, this absolutely ruled! Very hard hitting w/ Wolfe & EY playing wonderful babyfaces against the dominating heel monster work of Akam & Rezar. I thought Wolfe & EY did an absolutely fantastic job playing their part - they sold their asses off & all of their offensive work was great. ***3/4
  4. Very good match with great storytelling & action. The Revival/#DIY dynamic brought the psychology & kept the match together while Authors of Pain did their power/monster thing. The match was a little long in the tooth, though - and the drama dissipated once #DIY was out of the equation. The Revival did the best they can as situational faces, to be fair, but the Authors of Pain cannot work a compelling control segment for their life. Rating: ***¾
  5. This was great. The Authors of Pain looked like absolute monsters, they were really great in this one. DIY were fantastic too, it's really funny how Ciampa & Gargano went from shitty PWG performers to one of the absolutely best tag teams in the whole world - they were really great as the babyfaces working from underneath, loved their hope spots & comebacks. Fantastic stuff. ****