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  1. Does this now set up Dusty & Arn vs. Regal & Tajiri
  2. that was at least after Miz had the US title most of the year, Joe couldn't even get in a successful defense. If it was MITB like Miz, it'd be a little easier to accept going from losing to Ricochet, and losing to Rey just before that, to sudden WWE title challenger again. but I guess it's better than the previously advertised Kofi vs Owens vs Dolph match.
  3. I wanted Colby to finally get his shot and to become champ, but damn I never go against Robbie.
  4. The opposite IMO. I feel like Kofi's gotten stronger off his recent consistent weekly performances, after a rocky start to his title run due to dull ass Owens feud, while becky had cooled off way way more since WM, especially since Survivor Series, and hasn't felt like anything special when not paired with Charlotte.
  5. Job clean to Ricochet ~> Become #1 Contender to the WWE Championship. The past month I'd been thinking Kofi drops the title to Shane at SummerSlam then Roman kills Shane for the title on the Fox premiere. Not a terrible show but Undertaker was by far the best part, great pop and a nice switch up for that feud. The new rule forcing shorter matches and having to come up with awkward creative ways to not wrestle during breaks like stopping AJ/Ricochet to "restart" it is already weird.
  6. Probably the least interested I've ever been in a WWE PPV. Card full of people I either can't stand or have zero interest in. Roman/Drew was the only match I really cared for at all, exciting finishing stretch. The booking of Joe is consistently awful.
  7. Regardless of whatever heat between them, I loved the Alexa/Sasha series of matches in summer 2017. Some of my fav matches from both.
  8. Baba was in 87 too, I hope they upload that next.
  9. Reminds me of 2011 TNA had Abyss carrying around a copy of the Art of War/quoting it in promos and looking for inspiration from it during some matches.
  10. Liked the all action feel of the show with match after match even though all the matches were pretty short, the show had a solid flow. Tessa/Jake into Eddie/Fulton flowed nice. Hope that's not the end of Kross but did kind of feel like it. Taya/Su was good stuff while it lasted. Kinda love the Taya/Rosemary uneasy alliance. Monster's Ball should be epic. I like all 4 but Taya especially has been shining this year. Never liked TJP so not big on him returning and running over Ace just like that, but hopefully he'll turn things around in Impact the way Swann did. Main event was a super fun sprint as those guys continue to deliver every time. Thought Cage looked great in his return run in there and felt like a star.
  11. BONUS EVENT #1 ShoBox: Fundora vs. Zepeda (6/21/2019) - Sloan, IA (WinnaVegas Casino & Resort) Sebastian Fundora vs. Hector Manuel Zepeda - Fundora, DEC Michel Rivera vs. Rene Tellez Giron - Rivera, DEC Yeis Gabriel Solano vs. Elias Damian Araujo - Solano, DEC Jose Jacobo vs. Nathaniel Morrow - Jacobo, DEC Roney Hines vs. Grover Young - Hines, TKO, R2 BONUS EVENT #2 Golden Boy Boxing on DAZN: Cancio vs. Machado II (6/21/2019) - Indio, CA (Fantasy Springs Casino) WBA World Super Featherweight Championship: Andrew Cancio vs. Alberto Machado - Cancio, KO, R5 WBO Light Flyweight Championship: Angel Acosta vs. Elwin Soto - Acosta, TKO, R10 Luis Feliciano vs. Fernando Carcamo - Feliciano, TKO, R4 Blair Cobbs vs. Robert Redmond Jr. - Cobbs, DEC Emilio Carlos Rodriguez vs. Clay Collard - Rodriguez, DEC Anthony Garnica vs. Gilberto Duran - Duran, TKO, R2 Aaron McKenna vs. Daniel Perales - McKenna, DEC EVENT #67 Glory 66: Paris (6/22/2019) - Paris, France (Zenith Paris) Glory Welterweight Championship: Cedric Doumbe vs. Alim Nabiev - Doumbe, DEC Glory Women's Super Bantamweight Championship: Anissa Meksen vs. Sofia Olosson - Meksen, DEC Mohamed Mezouari vs. Adam Hadfield - Mezouari, TKO, R1 Felipe Micheletti vs. Luis Tavares - Tavares, DEC Glory Light Heavyweight Championship: Artem Vakhitov vs. Donegi Abena - Vakhitov, DEC Artur Gorlov vs. Yegish Yegoian - Yegoian, DEC Mohammed Jaraya vs. Stoyan Koprivlenski - Jaraya, DEC Nordine Mahieddine vs. Antonio Plazibat - Plazibat, DEC Aleksei Ulianov vs. Masaya Kubo - Ulianov, DEC Michaël Palandre vs. Vlad Tuinov - Palandre, TKO, R2 Matthieu Ceva vs. Matěj Peňáz - Penaz, TKO, R3 Guerric Billet vs. William Goldie-Galloway - Billet, TKO, R1 Sarah Moussaddak vs. Aurore Dos Santos - Moussaddak, DEC EVENT #68 Bellator 223: Mousasi vs. Lovato Jr. (6/22/2019) - London, England, United Kingdom (O2 Arena) Gegard Mousasi vs. Rafael Lovato Jr. - Lovato Jr., SUB, R3 Paul Daley vs. Erick Silva - Daley, TKO, R2 James Gallagher vs. Jeremiah Labiano - Gallagher, SUB, R1 Mike Shipman vs. Costello van Steenis - Shipman, TKO, R3 Melvin Manhoef vs. Kent Kauppinen - Kauppinen, TKO, R1 Fabian Edwards vs. Jonathan Bosuku - Edwards, DEC Charlie Ward vs. Justin Moore - Ward, TKO, R1 Aaron Chalmers vs. Fred Freeman - Chalmers, SUB, R1 Kate Jackson vs. Lena Ovchynnikova - Jackson, DEC Walter Gahadza vs. Oliver Enkamp - Enkamp, DEC Denise Kielholtz vs. Bryony Terrell - Kielholtz, SUB, R2 Galore Bofando vs. Keith McCabe - Bofando, TKO, R1 EVENT #69 UFC Fight Night on ESPN+ 12: Moicano vs. Korean Zombie (6/22/2019) - Greenville, SC (Bon Secours Wellness Arena) Renato Carneiro vs. Chan Sung Jung - Jung, TKO, R2 Bryan Barberena vs. Randy Brown - Barberena, DEC Andrea Lee vs. Montana De La Rosa - De La Rosa, SUB, R3 Kevin Holland vs. Alessio Di Chirico - Holland, DEC Ashley Yoder vs. Syuri Kondo - Yoder, DEC Dan Ige vs. Kevin Aguilar - Aguilar, DEC Matt Wiman vs. Luis Peña - Pena, DEC Allen Crowder vs. Jairzinho Rozenstruik - Rozenstruik, KO, R1 Ariane Lipski vs. Molly McCann - McCann, DEC Deron Winn vs. Eric Spicely - Winn, TKO, R2 Andre Ewell vs. Anderson Dos Santos - Ewell, DEC BONUS EVENT #3 Premier Boxing Champions: Charlo vs. Cota (6/23/2019) - Las Vegas, NV (Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino) Jermell Charlo vs. Jorge Cota - Charlo, DEC Guillermo Rigondeaux vs. Julio Ceja - Rigondeaux, TKO, R3 Chris Colbert vs. Alberto Mercado - Colbert, DEC Ryan Karl vs. Jesus Antonio Perez Campos - Karl, DEC Leduan Barthelemy vs. Jose Cayetano - Barthelemy, DEC Emmanuel Medina vs. Peter Dobson - Medina, DEC Julian Rodarte vs. Miguel Angel Perez Aispuro - Rodarte, DEC Marquis Taylor vs. Lucas SantaMaria - Taylor, DEC Joey Spencer vs. Akeem Black - Spencer, KO, R2 Jesus Alejandro Ramos vs. Kevin Shacks - Ramos, KO, R4 Jose Valenzuela vs. Eric Manriquez - Valenzuela, DEC Quinton Randall vs. Kewone Hill - Randall, DEC
  12. That angle and build was so good but hated that it basically led to Owens squashing the shit out of Riley. Riley was always one of my top favorites so I was excited to see my guy finally getting one more shot at something here and then it was killed dead just like that
  13. Great, I know what I'm watching tonight. Always loved the Crockett Cup, '87 being one of my all time favorite VHS's to watch over and over back in the day. Hope they eventually upload all 3.
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