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  1. ...and Yuki Ishikawa vs. Daisuke Ikeda
  2. Does anyone know what's going on with Astro City? After the Ongoing was finished Busiek announced the series would continue in OGN form, but that was in January of 2018 and I couldn't find any more news since then. With Vertigo no longer being a thing, is it safe to say it's dead? Would be a damn shame...
  3. Surely this has to be amongst the weirdest matches you could book in the year 2019?
  4. I hope someone else wins the title from Amale before then. Bringing Satomura over to wrestle her would be a waste, she's... not good.
  5. They finally completed the line-up for this year's wXw World Tag Team Festival. They changed the tournament from an 8-team round robin tournament (2 blocks of 4) to a 12-team single elimination tournament this year. Mexablood (Bandido & Flamita) Oney Lorcan & Danny Burch WRSTLING (David Starr & Eddie Kingston) Aussie Open (Mark Davis & Kyle Fletcher) WorkHorsemen (Anthony Henry & JD Drake) Anti-Fun Police (Chief Deputy Dunne & Los Federales Santos Jr.) Timothy Thatcher & Veit Müller The Crown (Jurn Simmons & Alexander James) Arrows of Hungary (Icarus & Dover) Jay-AA (Absolute Andy & Jay Skillet) RISE (Ivan Kiev & Pete Bouncer) Vollgasteren (Julian Pace & Leon van Gasteren) The finals will be a four-way with the current tag team champions WALTER & Ilja Dragunov gong directly to the finals. The reason this is happening is because WWE are having NXT:UK tapings on the same days as Day 1 and 2 of the tournament. I don't like the change to the single elimination format and especially not the four-way as the final and overall I don't think the line-up is as strong as last year, but there's still plenty to love here. They also released the line-ups for the Ambition Wildcard and Femmes Fatales tournaments, which are happening as matinee events on Saturday and Sunday. Femmes Fatales: Lufisto, Faye Jackson, Sweet Saraya, Lana Austin, Session Moth Martina, Leyla Hirsch, Sammii Jayne, Amale, Wesna, Baby Allison Ambition: Daniel Makabe, Dominic Garrini, Scotty Davis, Damon Moser, Alexander Dean, Rust Taylor, Kevin Lloyd, James Runyan. Also Timothy Thatcher vs. Oney Lorcan is happening as a superfight on Ambition. Should be a fun weekend.
  6. PAC vs. Soner Dursun from February 23rd. Great match!
  7. Going to Summer Sizzler the day before, was the correct decision.
  8. I'm actually flying to London for this and the two RevPro shows the day before and after. Anyone else from the board going to be there? The main three matches look pretty nifty. That Ibushi match is a bit of a disappointment, though.
  9. Well, I have Dora at #14 on my RT list and it currently sits at 75% with 24 reviews. So that's not good.
  10. Yes, whole tournament happens in one show. Ambition is a shoot style tournament, though, in case you didn't know. Most matches are only a couple of minutes. That's not everyone's cup of tea.
  11. Twitter mostly, but wXw has all of their line-ups on their website, too. The line-up for Ambition 11 the day before looks great, too. http://www.wxw-wrestling.com/pages/posts/ambition-11-6114.php http://www.wxw-wrestling.com/pages/posts/wxw-toronto-6113.php
  12. and Thatcher vs. Ishikawa II on the same show. I'm honestly surprised RIPPA has been completely sleeping on this. We don't even get line-ups like this at home outside of 16 Carat.
  13. Well, at the moment they still have four talents in my opinion, Bandido, Jeff Cobb, Marty Scurll and Mark Haskins. Of course I expect all of them to be gone sooner rather than later.
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