GSR Posted February 8, 2019 Report Share Posted February 8, 2019 This event is being held in an actual bar, no ring, and the Shamrock/Lawlor match is the main event on a four match card. The vibe they wanted was more your ‘bar room brawl, hence the name of the show, but it generally comes off more like a WWF hardcore match from the late 90s/early 2000s, especially when Shamrock was in control. Cosmetically he looks tremendous for a 54 year old man, although not sure the ‘World’s Most Dangerous Man’ moniker is still fitting. Things were much better when Filthy Tom was on offense as it actually resembled a fight then as opposed to a wrestling match. Lawlor applies a triangle choke at one point which Shamrock escapes from by slamming him to the concrete. As a TUF alumni you would think he’d remember what happened between Noah Thomas and Marlon Sims! They disappear into the women’s bathroom for a bit (all off camera) and next time we see them Lawlor is crawling on the floor, soaked and carrying a plunger. Are we meant to think that Shamrock gave him a swirlie in there? The plunger comes in to play, Lawlor using it for a modified camel clutch but it’s the ‘World’s Most Dangerous 54 year old’ who comes out on top, getting the ankle lock submission. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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