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  1. Buddy does whatever Black does. Their WWE feud started with Buddy mimicking the squashes that Black was doing, then their feud consists of Black beating him over and over and over in the same basic match, PPV, RAW, etc with Buddy never winning once. Then they go to the indys and Black beats him again and again. Then they come to AEW and Buddy is Black's underling. Black leaves, Buddy leaves and even copies the same goodbye speech. He was a decent cruiserweight champion, but never saw much in him outside of that.
  2. I believe Von Eerie was "Razor" in a previous incarnation of WOW, but this Razor is aka Sarah Wolfe/Sarah the Rebel. Vixen Yes!
  3. Definitely fun having this back regularly, for me it's Saturday at 11 PM just like it was when randomly discovering the original back in 2000. the Psycho Sisters are now the Heavy Metal Sisters. Also sad to see them lose, Razor is one of my absolute favorites in this, her look is awesome. Fury looked good here as well. Glad to see Jessie Jones back, was not expecting her to destroy both opponents. "I am the tag team champion!" Absolutely loving "Glitch the Gamer". Perfect character to match her real personality and her latest all blue look with the hair and gear is the best. After that long video for Leia Makoa, I figured there was no way she could lose but Glitch did dominate most of the match. Kicking out of the samoan drop was a legit surprise. Good match with Leia having the somewhat underdog win while Glitch shines in defeat. Thought Princess Aussie looked great in the main, her video package felt like a Tekken intro. Despite her video, figured she was destined to lose with Reina being the new top heel now. Solid match. Epic spear from Beast to end the show!
  4. Well in that case! Badass match that had me hooked between two favorites of mine. Really solid build up to it made for great execution and a finish I didn't see coming kept both looking strong. Kelly's first somewhat longer showing in Impact vs. Tasha's first match in over 2 months and both looked great here. Otherwise, Gujjar/Myers stood out to me as a really fun feud blowoff to a solid TV feud, very enjoyable ladder match. And all things AEW was pretty much great.
  5. I was lost on where/when this was airing last week, but think I got it now airing tonight, so I just caught the 4 matches from last week that they put on Youtube. I had been looking for a full upload but they just put up each match individually so I guess there wasn't much in between on the show then (though it cuts off whatever post-match attack on Beast) the Tonga Twins are awesome. Saw them at a local indy last year and they brought a bunch of family with them so they got an absolutely massive reaction that was one of the loudest I ever heard at a local show. Kandi/Coach was a bit awkward as a match as both seemed pretty green but feel they have potential. Loved BK Rhythm, she is otherwise Texas indy regular Killa Kate, showing a different side of her, this was fun. Nice competitive squash main event. Beast still looks great, had no idea she was in her mid 40s already. I remember loving the lead up and execution of her title win over Tessa. A shame that Tessa had the falling out before this got going again. Looking forward to now catching episode 2 proper in a bit.
  6. Popped big for MUTA! Thrilled I managed to avoid that as I had no idea that was coming, super cool to see Muta in AEW and with Sting. the Julia bump was insane. Joe and Wardlow would make a badass killer team if they stuck together. Jungle/Fenix was awesome, got a ton of time so it felt important. Diamante didn't get much, and Trina turns heel! The OG Baddie joins the Baddies. Battle royal was fun. Nice to see Brian Cage make a rare appearance and Archer back. The near-elimination at the very end was wild, had me wanting Rush to pull it off but he already had his Mox match. Hangman/Moxley is fresh at least. Solid main event from Starks/hobbs and a nice win for Starks. Even at 2 hours, Rampage still flies by more than any other.
  7. So glad that Tasha/Kelly wasn't a squash like I worried it would be, especially when it got moved to the preshow. Like Masha/Deonna a couple weeks ago, it ended up a really awesome match instead. Great to see Tasha back in the ring after it had been a couple months now, still one of the absolute best while Kelly always shines. Thought these two worked very well together and look forward to more from both. Ended up one of my favorite matches of the night. Speedball/Delirious was fantastic! Tons of cool counters and sequences throughout. Delirious' cobra clutch suplex looked brutal then Speedball's fire back in to the finish ruled. Speedball is the man, quickly becoming one of my favorite X title reigns. Fun MCMG tag, PCO with another wild bump on the finish. Mickie/Gisele was excellent. Mickie has had one of her best years and continues to look great, so I wish she wasn't doing a retirement angle but I hope the Last Rodeo continues on for a good while yet. DEAN's favorite concept, the Triple Threat Revolver! 3 ways upon 3 ways. This had it's moments and I think the right guy won. Kazarian/Speedball feels like a fitting BFG match and has a lot of potential to be a showstealer. Kazarian's one of my all time favorite X Champs so I'll very much look forward to this with Speedball being on fire now. I like seeing Bobby Fish, I think he could be an awesome addition to the X Division/to the overall roster if he plans on sticking around. Trios match was solid. Surprising to see Josh take the fall, so I would definitely assume now that Eddie is not winning at BFG. Jordynne/Max delivered the goods. Masha/Katch should be wild. Main event was properly brutal and an awesome huge win for Maclin. Glad for him to get another one, great moment. Sami's Cactus tribute gear was a nice touch. 2 weeks to set up the rest of BFG, looking forward to it and hope it's an epic one. This was a very enjoyable show overall. Victory Road full results:
  8. EVENT #152 Bellator 285: Henderson vs. Queally (09/23/2022) - Dublin, Ireland (3Arena Dublin) Benson Henderson vs. Peter Queally - Henderson, DEC Yoel Romero vs. Melvin Manhoef - Romero, TKO, R2 Leah McCourt vs. Dayana Silva - McCourt, DEC Mads Burnell vs. Pedro Carvalho - Burnell, DEC Ciaran Clarke vs. Rafael Hudson - Clarke, SUB, R1 Karl Albrektsson vs. Karl Moore - Albrektsson, TKO, R1 Brian Moore vs. Arivaldo Lima da Silva - Moore, DEC Brett Johns vs. Jordan Winski - Johns, DEC Georgi Karakhanyan vs. Kane Mousah - Karakhanyan, DEC EVENT #153 Fury FC 69: Jones vs. Cutts (09/23/2022) - Dallas, TX (Gilley's Dallas) Austin Jones vs. Evan Cutts - Cutts, DEC Isaiah Gutierrez vs. Carlos Vera - Gutierrez, DEC Abdul-Kareem Al-Selwady vs. Chris Pecero - Al-Selwady, TKO, R1 Alberto Trujillo vs. Jacob Silva - Trujillo, DEC Cody Walker vs. Matt Jones - Walker, DEC Shane Torres vs. Kale Moniz - Torres, DEC EVENT #154 Unified MMA 46: Larsen vs. Jones (09/23/2022) - Enoch, Alberta, Canada (River Cree Resort & Casino) Chris Larsen vs. Jamelle Jones - Jones, TKO, R3 KB Bhullar vs. Curtis Millender - Millender, DEC Jett Grande vs. Alex O'Neill - Grande, DEC Tyrell Giselbrecht vs. Sean Michael - Michael, DEC Tom O’Connor vs. Tim Smith - O'Connor, SUB, R1 Stephen Beaumont vs. Mike Hill - Beaumont, DEC BONUS EVENT #1 Top Rank Boxing on ESPN: Stevenson vs. Conceição (09/23/2022) - Newark, NJ (Prudential Center) WBC & WBO Super Featherweight Championship*: Shakur Stevenson vs. Robson Conceição - Stevenson, DEC Keyshawn Davis vs. Omar Tienda - Davis, DEC Bruce Carrington vs. Jose Argel - Carrington, DEC Andy Vences vs. Henry Lebron - Lebron, DEC Jahi Tucker vs. Jose Sanchez - Tucker, TKO, R6 Antoine Cobb vs. Jaylan Phillips - Cobb, DEC Pablo Valdez vs. Noe Alejandro Lopez - Valdez, TKO, R2 Orlando Gonzalez vs. Misael Lopez - Gonzalez, TKO, R5 Floyd Diaz vs. Juan Hernandez Martinez - Diaz, DEC *Titles vacated and only on the line for Conceição due to Stevenson missing weight EVENT #155 Cage Warriors 143: San Diego (09/23/2022) - San Diego, CA (Humphrey's by The Bay) Erick Sánchez vs. James Lynch - Lynch, DEC Elijah Harris vs. Trey Williams - Harris, DEC Jeffrey Craig vs. Chasen Blair - Blair, TKO, R3 Jordan Bailey vs. JJ Ambrose - Ambrose, SUB, R2 John De Jesus vs. Brandon Laroco - De Jesus, DEC Damon Wilson vs. James Settle - Wilson, DEC BONUS EVENT #2 Queensberry Promotions Presents: Joyce vs. Parker (09/24/2022) - Manchester, England, United Kingdom (AO Arena) Interim WBO Heavyweight Championship: Joe Joyce vs. Joseph Parker - Joyce, DEC WBC/IBF/WBO Female Featherweight Championship: Amanda Serrano vs. Sarah Mahfoud - Serrano, DEC Nathan Heaney vs. Jack Flatey - Heaney, DEC Raven Chapman vs. Jorgelina Guanini - Chapman, DEC Michael Magnesi vs. Anthony Cacace - Magnesi, DEC Ekow Essuman vs. Samuel Antwi - Essuman, TKO, R7 Mark Heffron vs. Martin Bulacio - Heffron, TKO, R6 James Heneghan vs. Rod Douglas Jr. - Heneghan, DEC Amaar Akbar vs. Karlo Wallace - Akbar, DEC EVENT #156 RIZIN 38: Super RIZIN (9/25/2022) - Saitama, Japan (Saitama Super Arena) Kyoji Horiguchi vs. Yuto Hokamura - Horiguchi, DEC Seika Izawa vs. Anastasiya Svetkivska - Izawa, DEC Ayaka Hamasaki vs. Si Woo Park - Hamasaki, DEC Soo Chul Kim vs. Hiromasa Ougikubo - Ougikubo, DEC Shoma Shibisai vs. Cally Gibrainn de Oliveira - Oliveira, TKO, R2 Kyohei Hagiwara vs. Chihiro Suzuki - Suzuki, DEC Juri Ohara vs. Luiz Gustavo - Gustavo, TKO, R1 RIZIN Boxing Exhibition Rules: Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. Mikuru Asakura - Mayweather Jr., DEC RIZIN Kickboxing Rules: Nadaka Yoshinari vs. Bandasak So Trakunpet - Yoshinari, DEC Kota Miura vs. Bunchuai Phonsungnoen - Miura, DEC
  9. Myers/Gujjar was a blast, great blowoff to a decently long rivalry in the midcard. Myers' powerbomb on the ladder outside looked great. 5 way was a fun spotfest, as was PCO/Heath. Great main event from MCMG/Aussie Open.. the Machine Guns against Bennett & Taven should make for an excellent BFG tag. Real solid closing segment to set up the Victory Road main event, thought Maclin delivered a super solid promo there, looking forward to that overall card. I believe in Joe Hendry!
  10. Great show! Jericho/Claudio felt quick even though they went 15 mins. Going in I both felt it was too soon for Claudio to drop it but also that Jericho wouldn't lose back to back big matches like that. I'm definitely down with a Jericho ROH Champ run, hope he holds it awhile and headlines multiple of the ROH PPVs. Tag titles match was awesome as expected with the deserved epic pop. Love Billy Gunn getting to be involved in such a huge moment in 2022. I thought Caster's knee giving out was a play on what happened to Bowens in the PPV match to put some doubt on the outcome, but it all worked out well in the end. Great match and moment. Diamante actually bringing in Trina rules. Orange/Pac was good again but thought the finish was weak. Figured it'd be just another Pac defense but the more it got going, the more I wanted Orange to pull off the win. Feels like Orange deserves something after multiple great performances throughout the year like the Ospreay match, but he loses the trios title match and then this too. Women's 4 way was fun. Had a feeling Toni was retaining at least until Thunder's back. Liked Athena doing her own version of the rebound powerbomb spot that her husband did to Swerve last weekend. The pop for Saraya was absolutely MASSIVE, that blew me away. Hadn't thought much of her in the last several years and sort of surprised she didn't try going back to WWE with the new ownership there but glad to see her here. This felt like a huge deal with that reaction and definitely feels like a Edge/Bryan type comeback if she's going to wrestle. Also Saraya gets Falling in Reverse theme music and Athena got her Plush theme she's using on the indys. Awesome choices and always support more licensed themes. Main event was good stuff again as expected. Liked the story of Bryan trying to avenge all the losses he had taken in AEW with one left to go, but felt the setup for MJF/Moxley was already in play. Not really looking forward to MJF just taking the title off Moxley as it feels like there's been enough title changes for now and I'm down for Moxley to hold it longer, but it seems inevitable. Didn't expect the rear naked choke finish but enjoyed it overall. Loved the show and look forward to Grand Slam Rampage now.
  11. I figured OG Baddie and 305 meant Red Velvet, who would tease being face but end up turning on Diamante and re-siding with Jade anyway. the "Baddest Bitch" part would go for Ivelisse (Diamante's former AEW tag partner), but she's been vocal about it not being her and not being from Miami.
  12. This was the 4th. Once in Invicta and now 3 times in UFC. The Invicta one went on as Catchweight while all 3 in UFC led to the fights being cancelled.
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