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  1. Boggled as well, though she became one of my favs in Shimmer and that she was getting legit great. Pains me to see Meltzer & Alvarez acting like she can't wrestle. I wish there was a way Shimmer would upload the Eagles Vol 35 main event or the Nicole Matthews series so more people could see how good she can be.
  2. The most anticipated debut of 2017. then she got sick.
  3. Edge vs. Randy Orton (4/30/2007 RAW) was an awesome heel v heel match. Orton v. Christian (Over the Limit 2011) was one of my all time favorite face v face matches, amazing 50/50 split crowd.
  4. The Viking EXPERIENCE lives on! in finisher form. Thought both triple threats were really good stuff. Loved the IIconics mic work but always sad to see Billie squashed. Definitely digging a renewed Robert Roode push. the Firefly Funhouse is absolutely ridiculous. "Mercy" the Buzzard. he and Owens could be dueling tv show hosts. Opening seg parade of guys coming out one after the other was amusing.
  5. Damn... after all the greatness this thread produced, I was here for the Experience!
  6. Figured they had plenty of chances to do a title change between then and now, including at that anniversary show if they wanted the title off her.
  7. Bummer way to end what was the longest reign with that title since the mid 90s, surpassing MsChif's 800+ day run in 2008-2010. Interested to hear the reasoning behind that.
  8. I preferred Ricochet with Black as a team. Wasn't big on Ricochet singles but came to really dig the team so I'm sad to see them already split. I liked Andrade/Rey moving together last week, I'm surprised they wouldn't put Rey back on SDL if the push for Latino stars is back on like it used to be with SDL.
  9. Also in the booked better in Impact camp, Mike Kanellis.
  10. EVENT #39 POINT TOTAL: 866 UFC Fight Night on ESPN+ 7: Overeem vs. Oliynyk (4/20/2019) - Saint Petersburg, Russia (Yubileyny Sports Palace) Alistair Overeem vs. Oleksiy Oliynyk - Oliynyk, TKO, R1 Islam Makhachev vs. Arman Tsarukyan - Makhachev, DEC Sergey Pavlovich vs. Marcelo Golm - Pavlovich, TKO, R2 Roxanne Modafferi vs. Antonina Shevchenko - Shevchenko, DEC Krzysztof Jotko vs. Alen Amedovski - Amedovski, TKO, R3 Movsar Evloev vs. Seung Woo Choi - Evloev, TKO, R2 Sultan Aliev vs. Keita Nakamura - Aliev, DEC Alexander Yakovlev vs. Alex da Silva - Da Silva, DEC Marcin Tybura vs. Shamil Abdurakhimov - Abdurakhimov, DEC Gadzhimurad Antigulov vs. Michał Oleksiejczuk - Oleksiejczuk, TKO, R1 Magomed Mustafaev vs. Rafael Fiziev - Fiziev, SUB, R2 BONUS EVENT #1 POINT TOTAL: 866 Premier Boxing Champions: Garcia vs. Granados (4/20/2019) - Carson, California (Dignity Health Sports Park) Danny Garcia vs. Adrian Granados - Garcia, DEC Interim WBA World Super Bantamweight Championship: Brandon Figueroa vs. Yonfrez Parejo - Figueroa, DEC Interim WBO Bantamweight Championship: Ricardo Espinoza vs. John Riel Casimero - Espinoza, TKO, R6 Andy Ruiz Jr. vs. Alexander Dimitrenko - Ruiz Jr., TKO, R4 Jorge Cota vs. Jeison Rosario - Rosario, TKO, R8 Alfredo Angulo vs. Evert Bravo - Angulo, KO, R3 Ricky Lopez vs. Joe Perez - Lopez, DEC Carlos Balderas vs. Luis May - Balderas, TKO, R2 Raymond Muratalla vs. Jose Cen Torres - Muratalla, TKO, R1 Rolando Romero vs. Andres Figueroa - Romero, KO, R5 EVENT #40 POINT TOTAL: 866 Crawford vs. Khan (4/20/2019) - New York, NY (Madison Square Garden) WBO Welterweight Championship: Terence Crawford vs. Amir Khan - Crawford, TKO, R8 Teofimo Lopez vs. Edis Tatli - Lopez, TKO, R10 Shakur Stevenson vs. Christopher Diaz - Stevenson, DEC Felix Verdejo vs. Bryan Vasquez - Verdejo, DEC Carlos Adames vs. Frank Galarza - Adames, TKO, R7 Edgar Berlanga vs. Samir dos Santos - Berlanga, KO, R1 Lawrence James Fryers vs. Dakota Polley - Fryers, DEC Vikas Krishan vs. Noah Kidd - Krishan, KO, R2 Lawrence Newton vs. Jonathan Garza - Newton, DEC BONUS EVENT #2 POINT TOTAL: 866 RIZIN 15: Lawal vs. Procházka II (4/21/2019) - Yokohama, Japan (Yokohama Arena) Muhammad Lawal vs. Jiří Procházka - Prochazka, TKO, R1 RIZIN Kickboxing Rules: Tenshin Nasukawa vs. Fritz Biagtan - Nasukawa, TKO, R2 Kyoji Horiguchi vs. Ben Nguyen - Horiguchi, SUB, R1 Roberto de Souza vs. Satoru Kitaoka - de Souza, TKO, R2 Karl Albrektsson vs. Christiano Frohlich - Albrektsson, DEC Rena Kubota vs. Samantha Jean-Francois - Kubota, SUB, R2 Mikaru Asakura vs. Luiz Gustavo - Gustavo, TKO, R3 Kana Watanabe vs. Justyna Haba - Haba, DEC Damien Brown vs. Koji Takeda - Takeda, DEC Manel Kape vs. Seiichiro Ito - Kape, DEC Kanako Murata vs. Saray Orozco - Orozco, DEC  RIZIN Kickboxing Rules: Taiga Kawabe vs. Thalisson Gomes Ferreira -  Ferreira, DEC
  11. Great Luger show. I love how Lex switched gear for all 3 of his matches wearing different colors. Luger/Flair is always good and of course the epic Muta mist bump.
  12. Fallah/Scarlett made a fun team. Felt Moose/Dez was surprisingly the least of the Moose vs Rascalz series but still solid, Moose catching the flip dive and swinging Dez into the steps was cool. Madison and Taya had me hoping for more of a match between them but I guess it's something to save down the line after Madison's great match last week with Tessa. the Tessa restaurant promo ruled. Loved the Kross/Mack exchange in the back, good stuff. Main event a little disappointing and I'm sad to see the end of Eli & Eddie, a shame they won't get their PPV blowoff and I will definitely miss Eli. Lance Storm makes a cool addition, I dig all the bits of ECW sprinkled throughout the year but never taking away from the product as a whole, looking forward to RVD's return as well.
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