Hello everyone and welcome to my Hell in a Cell 2015 review. This card could either have some really solid matches and be very consistent, or suck and have no redeeming quality. Matches like Charlotte vs. Nikki Bella or Kevin Owens vs. Ryback could be good, but they also run the risk of a good worker, like Owens or Charlotte, being dragged down by an inferior worker, like Ryback or ESPECIALLY Nikki Bella. I pray this card turns out good for my sanity’s sake. Anyway, lets get the review underway!
Hello everyone and welcome to the NXT Episode 304 review! As you can tell from my PWG review, I have been itching to break away from my usual review subjects and do something new. This is why I am reviewing this episode. I was convinced to watch it because of some rave reviews I had read, but really I just want a breath of fresh air writing about an hour of wrestling from a place I have not reviewed enough. To be honest, I haven’t kept up with NXT TV since February, and have only had time to watch the WWE Network specials. I wanted to rectify that to a certain degree, especially since I planned to do this when this site was first created, and I have improved so much since then. Overall, with the recent debut of James Storm in NXT and a pretty cool main event, I cannot wait to start this. Lets get the review underway!
Hello everyone and welcome to my PWG Battle of Los Angeles 2015 Stage 1 Review! I got my hands on BOLA this year and thought, what the hell, might as well review it. I have heard this is a fantastic tournament with multiple 4*+ matches that I cannot wait to watch. Lets get this review underway!
Hello everyone and welcome to the Starrcade 1989 review, which is the final Starrcade review of the 1980s. As we approach the halfway point, I am presented with a show that seems fairly hopeless. It is a show of two tournaments, which means all the wrestlers will be worn down from wrestling earlier in the night. Each tournament, one singles and one tag team, was round robin, where a pin or submission was worth 20 points, a countout is worth 15 points, a DQ is worth 10 points, a draw is worth 5 points, and a loss is worth 0 points. The competitors in the singles tournament are Sting, Ric Flair, Lex Luger, and The Great Muta (!!!), while the tag competitors are Doom, The Road Warriors, The Steiner Brothers, and The New Wild Samoans, who are replacing the Skyscrapers due to injury. Both tourneys have talent, but I am not confident they will be able to put on good matches consistently. Anyway, lets get on with the show!
Hello everyone and welcome to my NXT Takeover: Respect review! Sorry this review wasn’t out last night, but the play I was in got in the way of watching this. In my opinion this could turn out to be the weakest Takeover yet, with many of the undercard matches not looking like they could be 4*+. That isn’t saying this show won’t be good, but compared to other Takeovers, this may be a comparatively weak show. I have no doubt this will be good however, as talent like Finn Bálor, Samoa Joe, Apollo Crews, Asuka, etc. can have good matches in their sleep, so lets see what this show has in store!