Category: Indies/TNA

ROH Honor United: Night 2 (May 26th) Results & Review

Night 2 of the Honor United Tour was a slight step up from Night 1. The main event (despite the ending) and the two singles matches involving The Briscoes are worth checking out, and are a big reason why I would put this show above the first stop of the tour in Edinburgh.

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Impact vs Lucha Underground Results & Review

Impact vs Lucha Underground, a fun concept on paper, ended up producing a really solid outing. There was nothing quite great, although the tag title bout wasn’t far from achieving that status, and only the Scott Steiner/Teddy Hart tag match could be considered bad.

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WWN Supershow: Mercury Rising 2018 (April 6) Review

As has become a running theme with the WWN Supershow, a bunch of matches deliver, a few of them are really good, and a few angles are sprinkled in along the way. Will Ospreay vs. Matt Riddle was a special kind of match, the dream matches delivered, and there is a whole lot to be hopeful for in the future of EVOLVE, as the opening six-man tag illustrated. Huge thumbs up for Mercury Rising 2018 – buy this show!

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EVOLVE 103 (April 6th) Results & Review

EVOLVE 103 got off to a really slow start with the first two matches. Fortunately, the show got much better from that point on with three or four very good matches and a great main event. While EVOLVE 102 was probably the better show overall, EVOLVE 103 still featured a number of matches that are worth checking out.

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EVOLVE 102 (April 5th) Results & Review

When this massive weekend in New Orleans is over, I don’t think EVOLVE 102 will stand out as one of the top shows that took place, but it was certainly a relatively easy show to watch from beginning to end. With three fantastic matches and three good matches, you really can’t go wrong.

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Matt Riddle’s Bloodsport Review

As the cheesy 80s goodness of Stan Bush’s “Fight to Survive” rang out over the PA system, Matt Riddle’s Bloodsport commenced. The event kicked off the festivities at WrestleMania 34 Weekend with a promise of a unique show, one in which the rules of combat were simple: A match can only end by knockout or submission. Oh, and there were no ropes either.

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