soup23 Posted January 26, 2017 Report Share Posted January 26, 2017 Black Nature Boy is one of my favorite 2000 indyish guys. No particular reason really, he just felt like a personification of the type of indy guys you saw as a baseline in the 2000’s. Peterson is someone I am only familiar with from the Jeff Peterson Memorial Cup in the wake of his death. He has an All American gimmick. Him and Jet start off and have a good, junior style sequence that didn’t end in them staring at each other which is always a plus. Collyer isn’t as thick as he would become in a few years going for the Pure Title in ROH. A strongly structured tag match results. Andrews hits a really good dropkick and floatover suplex as Peterson is the FIP. This makes a lot of sense from a psychology standpoint as Peterson is the smallest guy in the match. Jet Jaguar also impressed me for someone that I have no recollection of and don’t really know what happened to him after this match. Scoot destroys Peterson with a pump handle driver that gets a two count. Collyer is able to get the hot tag and does an impressive job running through his offense and playing to the crowd. He doesn’t seem as devoid of charisma as I seem to recall. The crowd unfortunately doesn’t seem to be as into this match as the previous two matches. Match breaks down into dive sequences on the outside. Referee was out of position on a pin attempts of Scott that was a repeat spot of the finish of Sullivan and Marty. Interference backfires right in the referees face and Peterson hits a big splash for the win. The match sputtered during the finishing run but everything leading up to it was solid. *** Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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