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RADICAN'S PWG DVD REVIEW SERIES: "Failure to Communicate" 10/27 - Generico & Omega vs. Young Bucks, Steen vs. Elgin vs. Ricochet main event

Mar 4, 2013 - 1:19:02 PM


OCT. 27, 2012

1 - - Joey Ryan vs. Ryan Taylor

Ryan was talking to someone at ringside and Taylor nailed him with a running kick. Taylor got a pinning combination on Ryan for a 2 count. Ryan begged off and Taylor motioned towards him causing Ryan to crotch himself on the ringpost. Ryan fired back and hit a T-bone suplex. Ryan jawed with the fans before grabbing a chin lock. Taylor fought free, but ate a dropkick off the ropes from Ryan. Taylor fired back on Ryan and hit a running kick in the corner. Taylor went to the second rope and hit a dropkick for a 2 count. Taylor sent Ryan to the outside with a kick on the apron and went for a dive, but Ryan cut him off with a spear. They went back and forth and Taylor got a nice arm bar on Ryan. The crowd wanted Ryan to tap, but he rolled on top of Taylor to break the hold.

Ryan fired back and hit a spinebuster for a 2 count. Taylor got the upper hand and hit a Razor’s edge and a shoulder capture suplex for a 2 count. Ryan hit a superkick and Taylor flipped him off, so Ryan hit another superkick. Ryan went for a third superkick, but Taylor countered it and hit a spinning neckbreaker for the win.

Winner: Ryan Taylor – Solid, but short opening match with Taylor surprising Ryan to get the win.

2 - - Michael Elgin vs. Eddie Edwards

Steen and Excalibur noted that Elgin would be wrestling in the main event as well in a Triple Threat for the PWG World Title against Steen and Ricochet. Edwards and Elgin exchanged counters until Edwards got a nice pinning combination on Elgin for a 2 count. They went to a big exchange of chops and forearms a short time later. Elgin ended up running through a chop and sent Edwards down with a shoulder tackle. Elgin took Edwards to the corner and hit a series of clotheslines. Edwards then reversed it and hit a series of chops. Elgin finally ended the exchange with a big clothesline in the corner that sent Edwards to the mat. Edwards fired back and went for a code breaker, but Elgin countered it into an air raid crash for a 2 count. The crowd chanted for both men as Elgin put the boots to Edwards near the ropes.

Elgin lifted up Edwards for a delayed vertical suplex. The crowd enthusiastically counted the time and began pounding the mat once he got to 58. It was hard to hear how far Elgin got into the count, but he finally dropped Edwards and covered him for a 2 count. Elgin dragged Edwards to the apron and began pounding on his chest from the floor. He then got up on the apron and hit a big leg drop. Edwards finally managed to backdrop Elgin out of a suplex attempt. He then went for the backpack chin breaker out of the corner, but Elgin countered and went for the chaos theory, but Edwards landed on his feet. Edwards sent Elgin to the apron and nailed him with a kick. He went for a dive, but Elgin got back on the apron so Edwards sent him flying with a running boot. Edwards then hit a dive through the ropes and the crowd went nuts.

Edwards controlled the action once they got back in the ring momentarily, but Elgin countered a suplex attempt and slammed him hard onto the mat for a 2 count. The crowd roared at the counter as Elgin went back on the attack. Elgin began nailing Edwards with a series of knees to the head. Edwards fired back with slaps to the face. They repeated the exchange and Elgin hit an enzuguri. Edwards stayed on his feet, so Elgin charged to him only to eat a front suplex for a 2 count and the crowd cheered. Edwards got the single leg crab a short time later, but Elgin kicked him away. Elgin went for the chaos theory and finally hit it for a nearfall and the crowd fired up. Elgin went up top, but Edwards nailed him with a running kick. Edwards followed up with a big superplex, but Elgin fired up and got to his feet.

The crowd went nuts as Edwards and Elgin began going back and forth with clotheslines. Edwards finally ended a big exchange with a huge clothesline, but Elgin got right up. Edwards then hit a double underhook suplex, but Elgin kicked out at the last second. Edwards went up top and hit a double stomp. Elgin went for a buckle bomb a short time later, but Edwards countered it into hurricanrana. Elgin got right up and hit a German suplex into the corner. He then nailed Edwards with a pair of back fists. Elgin followed up with a buckle bomb and a spinning powerbomb for the win.

Winner: Michael Elgin

Star rating: (***3/4) – This was a heck of a battle. It set a heck of a benchmark for the rest of the card to follow as well. Both guys put on a heck a performance. The match started slow, but then they went all-out for the duration. Elgin’s no-selling of some big moves from Edwards down the stretch really fired up the crowd.

3 - - B-Boy & Famous B vs. The RockNes Monsters (Johnny Yuma & Johnny Goodtime)

Excalibur made fun of the ref for ringing the bell with all four men in the ring. RockNes got some boos before the match began. Yuma jumped B-Boy from behind. Goodtime the tossed Yuma through the ropes onto B-Boy on the outside. Goodtime followed up with a springboard double stomp to the floor on B-Boy. Yuma slapped B-Boy in the face before decking him with a big punch to the face. Yuma ended up in the chairs. Goodtime tried to help Yuma back into the ring, but B-Boy kicked them both through the ropes. Goodtime tagged in and called for B to tag in by saying he wanted the black one. The crowd chanted racist at Goodtime.

B tagged in and hit a series of arm drags on Goodtime. B-Boy tagged in and hit a neck breaker/leg lariat combination on Goodtime. B-Boy stepped on Goodtime’s arms and pulled on his beard. B-Boy and B took turns chopping and kicking Goodtime in the corner. Yuma distracted B on the apron and Goodtime nailed him with a kick. Yuma then hit a huge DDT on the apron. RockNes locked in a double team arm bar on B and Excalibur wondered why they weren’t working his neck. Goodtime posted B while Yuma faked a knee industry. This match is dying a slow death right now. B countered a tandem airplane spin attempt from RockNes and the crowd fired up for the hot tag. B-Boy tagged in and ran wild.

B-Boy hit an exploder on Goodtime onto Yuma. He then shoved Yuma into Goodtime and hit a neck breaker on Goodtime forcing him to DDT Yuma. I hate moves that like. They’re so unrealistic. B-Boy caught Yuma charging at him and hit a falcon arrow with him onto Goodtime in the corner, but only got a 2 count. B came into the ring and hit a superkick on Goodtime for a nearfall. Yuma got a rollup, but kicked him right in the face. They went to a big exchange that ended with B-Boy hitting an ace crusher on Goodtime and everyone was down. RockNes hit a series of moves on B capped by a frog splash from Goodtime, but they only got a nearfall. B hung up Yuma’s feet on the top ropes. B-Boy came off the top with a double stomp and B hit a backbreaker on Yuma. B then hit a senton off the top on Yuma and wiped out Goodtime with a dive. B-Boy went to finish off Yuma, but got rolled up for the win.

Winners: Johnny Yuma & Johnny Goodtime – This was just a flat match with the crowd dead for a lot of the action. The crowd seemed to really not enjoy the RockNes Monsters, particularly Yuma. This match never clicked despite some nice exchanges.

4 - - Davey Richards vs. Sami Callihan

They started off exchanging blows. Richards spilled to the floor and Callihan nailed him with a dive through the ropes. The crowd went nuts as Callihan got a running start and wiped out Richards, who was lying on a row of chairs. They battled on the outside and the crowd went nuts after Callihan hit a huge running chop against the apron. Callihan slammed Richards into the ropes and went for a leg submission. Richards grabbed an ankle lock, but Callihan broke free and slammed Richards’s knee into the mat. Richards fired back and caught Callihan as he came off the ropes with a dropkick. Richards then caught Callihan with a running kick from the apron a short time later. They battled on the outside and Richards nailed a seated Callihan with a kick and he fell to the floor.

Richards began working over Callihan’s leg. The crowd fired up and Richards did a sexy time dance before wrenching back on Callihan’s legs. Richards then transitioned into the Indian death lock, but Callihan got the ropes. The fans rallied behind Callihan, but Richards took him down with a kick to the gut. Richards then grabbed a kneeling cloverleaf, but Callihan escaped. Richards grabbed a STF, but Sami bit his hand. Richards then retaliated by hitting him with several headbutts to break free. Richards did Bryan Danielson’s signature arm grab and stomp spot on Callihan. The crowd taunted him, so Richards said he’s better than Danielson. A mixed yes and no chant started as Richards went up top, but Callihan cut him off with a kick.

They battled up top, but Callihan finally kicked Richard’s knee and he fell to the mat. Both men began exchanging kicks to the chest. Callihan ducked a charge from Richards in the corner and nailed him with a running kick. Callihan hit a second kick in the corner and went for a third. Richards popped up and went for a kick, but Callihan countered it into a dragon screw. Callihan then applied a figure 4, but Richards got the ropes. Callihan no-sold a German suplex and went for a lariat, but Richards countered it into an arm bar. Callihan and Richards exchanged counters on the mat. They went to a big strike exchange. Callihan hit a big lariat, but Richards kicked out and both men were down.

Callihan went for a splash, but Davey got out of the way. After a big exchange, they went up top and Richards hit a superplex and rolled through into a brainbuster for a nearfall. The crowd went nuts with both men down. Richards went up top, but missed a doubles stomp. Callihan lifted Richards up on his shoulder, but Richards countered it into a tombstone. Callihan kicked out, so Richards went up top and hit a double stomp. Callihan kicked out, so Richards applied an ankle lock. Callihan fought out of it and they began slapping each other in the face. They went back and forth. Richards no-sold a delayed back drop driver and ate a clothesline. Richards kicked out at one and they began exchanging blows again. Callihan ended up getting the stretch muffler and Richards had nowhere to go so he tapped.

Winner: Sami Callihan

Star rating: (***3/4) – This was a really good match. Neither guy sold the submission work their opponent did well at all, but there were some fantastic exchanges down the stretch. Richards’s no-selling some big moves and kicking out at one got the crowd really hot before he eventually tapped out.

5 - - Rich Swann vs. Roderick Strong

They worked a Greco Roman knuckle spot during the match. Strong tried to hold Swann’s arms down on the mat and kneed his legs each time he tried to bridge up. Swann powered out and hit a crazy arm drag into a dropkick and the fans went nuts. Swann did the ten punches in the corner spot and did the sexy party dance, but Strong pushed him off and nailed him with some huge chops. Strong punched Swann to his knees and continued to chop him, so Swann raked his eyes. Swann chopped Strong and that only made him mad, so Strong ended up obliterating him with a big chop. Swann fired back and went for a kick through the ropes, but Strong turned it into a powerbomb on the apron. Strong then picked up Swann on the outside and tossed him into the ringpost.

Strong slowed the pace down and grabbed an abdominal stretch on the mat. Swann fired and hit a scissor kick. He went for a rolling splash, but Strong got his knees up. Strong hit a huge backbreaker for a 2 count and grabbed a chin lock as the crowd chanted for both men. Swann fired back and went for a slingshot from the apron, but Strong countered it into a backbreaker for a 2 count. Strong taunted Swann with some light kicks. He continued to dominate the action, but could not put Swann away. Swann finally cut off Strong up top with a jumping hurricanrana that left both men down.

Swann fired up and sent Strong to the outside. He followed up with a crazy five to the outside on Strong that fired the fans up. They battled up top again a short time later. Swann jumped over Strong, but ended up taking a knee in the corner. Strong then hit a big backbreaker for a near fall. Strong countered a charge in the corner with a boot to Swann’s face. He then hit a combination of moves capped by a gutbuster, but Swann kicked out. Strong then applied the Stronghold, but Swann countered it into a rollup for a nearfall. Swann got up and caught Strong with a discus kick and both men were down. They went to an exchange of slaps and chops in the middle of the ring that ended with Swann ducking a chop and hitting a springboard ace crusher for a nearfall. Swann hit the standing 450, but Strong kicked out. Swann missed a frog splash, but surprised Strong with a crucifix pin for a nearfall. Strong then fired up and hit an insane pop-up back stabber for the win.

Winner: Rich Swann

Star rating: (***1/2) – Very good debut for Swann in PWG. Strong dominated a lot of the action, but Swann made some fantastic comebacks. They might have lost the crowd with all the nearfalls, but this was a fun match overall with some great exchanges. Strong’s chops and big back breakers are fantastic.

6 - - Brian Cage vs. Willie Mack

Big chant for both men to kick things off, although Mack’s was bigger. Mack no-sold a shoulder tackle and slapped Cage across the face. Cage went for another shoulder tackle moments later. Mack no-sold it and slapped him again. Mac then hit a flying shoulder tackle off the ropes to wipe out Cage. Cage went to the outside and Mack followed him. They brawled around the ring and Cage took control. Cage went for a suplex on the outside, but Mack turned it into a suplex of his own. Mack controlled the action once they were back inside the ring and hit a flipping neck breaker. Mack hit a spear in the corner and then lifted Cage and slammed him into the other corner. Mack went for a diving lariat in the corner, but Cage got out of the way and hit a backbreaker on Mack, who was seated on the second rope.

Cage began working over Mack inside the ring. Cage hit an impressive delayed vertical suplex on Mack that drew a pop from the crowd, but only got a two count. The announcers said both men were in the title picture, but this wasn’t a #1 contender match. Cage ended up going for a lionsault, but Mack got out of the way. Mack ducked a charge from Cage once both men recovered and floated around him for a neckbreaker. Both men were down on the mat after. Mack recovered and ran wild on Cage. Cage finally fired back and hit a neck breaker on Mack. Mack managed to duck a charge in the corner and hit a forearm and then a running boot in the corner. Mack then hit a Saito suplex for a nearfall. The crowd fired up as Mack regrouped. He went up top, but Cage cut him off. Mack shoved Cage to the mat. Cage avoided a double stomp, but walked right into a flatliner. Cage then hit a pump-handle falcon arrow, but Mack kicked out. The crowd chanted for both men. Mack slipped out of a torture rack and hit a Samoan drop. Mack followed up with a standing moonsault, but Cage kicked out.

Mack went up top, but Cage sent him to the apron. He went to grab Mack from the top, but Mack hit an enzuguri. Mack then hit a spear back inside the ring, but only got a 2 count. Mack went up top again, but missed a big moonsault. Cage hit a TKO stunner. Cage then hit a running kick and a neck breaker, but Mack kicked out at the last second. The crowd chanted for Mack after he kicked out. Cage set up Mack on the apron and suplexed him back in the ring from the second rope, but Mack kicked out. That was nuts. Mack then countered a discus lariat into a powerslam for a nearfall. Mack lifted up Cage and hit the chocolate thunder bomb, but Cage kicked out. The fans chanted for Mack as he regrouped. Both men began exchanging blows in the middle of the ring. Cage caught a kick and went for weapon x, but Mack rolled him up for a 2 count. Cage went for a discus lariat, but Mack got out of the way and he hit the ref.

Mack hit the chocolate thunder bomb, but there was no ref to count the fall. Cage ducked a kick from Mack and nailed him with a kick to the groin. Cage then hit weapon x. The ref came over and slowly counted the win for Cage.

Winner: Brian Cage

Star rating: (***) – The crowd was flat at times, but ended up getting drawn into the action as the match went on. There were some good back and forth exchanges and both men pulled off some impressive maneuvers given their size. I really liked how they actually told a story in the end with Cage continuing his heel run and hitting a low blow on Mack after he accidentally took out the ref. There were too many nearfalls during the course of the match, but they pulled things together in the end.

7 - - El Generico & Kenny Omega vs. The Young Bucks

Nick crotched himself walking the top rope before the match began. That was hilarious. Omega got a huge pop when he was introduced and a welcome back chant. Nick and Matt took turns throwing their shirts in Generico’s face after the bell rang. Generico ended up chopping Nick off the apron. Generico and Matt had a fast paced exchange that ended in a stalemate. The fans chanted for Omega, but Generico stayed in the ring. Generico hit some big chops on Matt, who bailed to the outside before tagging Nick in. The pace picked up and Nick took down Generico with a twisting arm drag off the top and followed up with a dropkick and the crowd popped big. Omega tagged in and the crowd fired up. The paced picked up with Nick and Omega exchanging arm drags. Omega finally blocked an arm drag and turned it into a chin breaker.

The action broke down and Generico sent Matt to the floor with a running kick. Generico and Omega then hit huge flip dives on opposite sides of the ring to take out the Young Bucks on the outside and the fans went nuts. Omega took a hat from a fan and wore it in the ring. Matt missed an elbow drop and Omega turned his hat backwards and challenged Matt to an arm wrestling contest. The crowd went nuts as both men struggled to win. Omega was about to win, but Nick nailed him with a frog splash. That was incredible. The Young Bucks began working over Omega in their own corner after Nick snapped Omega’s neck over the top rope from the apron. Nick took the hat and put it on before taunting Omega with some light kicks. Omega surprised Nick with a bicycle knee and tagged in Generico, who ran wild. Generico went for ten punches in the corner, but Nick dropped him face-first onto the top turnbuckle.

Generico tried to fire back on Matt a short time later, but Nick tripped him from the outside. The Young Bucks worked over Generico for a long period of time. The crowd tried to rally behind Generico as Matt taunted him. Nick grabbed a chin lock on Generico right in front of Omega. Generico fought out, but Nick slammed him to the matt by his tassels before he could tag out. Matt went for a back handspring in the corner, but Generico fought off Nick and hit a big suplex on Matt. Omega got the hot tag and ran wild on the Young Bucks. Omega hit a legdrop/bulldog combination on the Young Bucks for a nearfall on Nick that got a big pop from the crowd.

The pace picked up, as Omega and Nick went at it. Omega hit a suplex on Nick and tagged in Generico. The Young Bucks fired back and the action broke down. Omega got posted by Matt on the outside. Matt tagged in, but Generico countered a clothesline into a blue thunder powerbomb. Generico missed a running boot in the corner on Matt and Nick nailed him with a kick from the apron. Matt then hit a face buster for a nearfall. Generico tried to catch Matt by surprise with a running kick in the corner, but ate a superkick and an ace crusher for a nearfall. Omega tagged in and battled with Nick up top. Nick shoved him off and went for a dive, but Omega nailed him with a huge dropkick.

The Young Bucks fired back and wiped out Generico and Omega with super kicks. Omega countered a superkick from Nick and shoved his leg right into Matt’s face. Omega hit a German on Nick and then Matt. He covered Matt, but only got a nearfall. Matt countered a hurricanrana from Omega and turned it into a buckle bomb/enzuguri combination in the corner. Omega rolled out of the way of a double 450 and hit a double hurricanrana. Generico ran into the ring and wiped out both Young Bucks with a running boot in the corner. Generico then hit a tiger suplex on Matt right into the Hadouken, but Nick broke up the sure pin.

The crowd went nuts as all four men regrouped. A huge PWG chant broke out. The Young Bucks sent Generico to the outside after countered a simultaneous brainbuster and Croyt’s Wrath finish attempt. The Young Bucks then hit a spiked tombstone on Omega, but he kicked out at the last second and the crowd went nuts. Omega countered more bang for your buck and went for Croyt’s Wrath on Matt, but Matt drove him into the ref. Omega countered more bang for your buck a short time later. Matt charged at him, but ate an exploder from Generico into the corner. Generico nailed Nick with a running kick in the corner. Generico hit a super brainbuster on the top turnbuckle on Nick. Omega then hit super Croyt’s wrath on Matt. Referee Rick Knox then ran down and countered the double pin. Wow!

The crowd went nuts for Omega after the match and chanted please come back. Omega got on the mic and said it had been hard to come back because he was in Japan most of the time. He said PWG was the greatest place to come back to. Omega said PWG is the greatest place in the world because of the fans. He said PWG was the only place he could go and have an arm wrestling match. He thanked the fans for accepting him as a goof. Omega said he would come back as quickly as possible if the fans wanted him. The fans went nuts and chanted for Omega.

Winners: Kenny Omega & El Generico

Star rating: (****1/4) – This was an amazing match. They started with some long heat segments from the Young Bucks. Once Omega got the hot tag later in the match, the pace really picked up after the Young Bucks had used cheap tactics to keep Omega and Generico grounded at different times during the match. The crowd was so hot for this match and some of the sequences these two teams pulled off blew my mind. The crowd ate up every nearfall leading into the finish and it was simply awesome to see Omega back in a PWG ring. Where else are you going to see a crowd go nuts over an arm wrestling contest?

Steen got on the mic before the main event and told the fans Adam Cole had taken the belt, which is why he didn’t have it with him.

8 - - PWG Champion Kevin Steen vs. Ricochet vs. Michael Elgin – Triple Threat match

Elgin and Steen went face to face and ignored Ricochet. Ricochet tried to get into the mix, but they shoved him away. Ricochet took out both men with a backwards rolling kick. He then sent Steen and Elgin outside. Ricochet wiped out Elgin with flip dive. He then got in the ring and ran to the opposite side of the ring and hit a corkscrew press to the floor. Steen and Ricochet went at it and Ricochet caught him by surprise with an ace crusher. Ricochet charged at Elgin on the apron, but Elgin caught a springboard back elbow for a 2 count. Ricochet fired back and went for a swinging DDT, but Elgin caught him and hit a backbreaker on his shoulder only for Steen to break up the pin with a senton.

Steen began to dominate the action and he caught Ricochet with a DDT into the ring as he came through the ropes. Steen then went after Elgin in the corner with some elbows before going back to Ricochet and nailing him with a huge chop. Ricochet tried to kick Steen, but he caught his foot and kicked him low. Steen went for a double clothesline, but only Ricochet went down. Elgin then took Steen out with a huge clothesline. Elgin lifted Steen and went for a delayed vertical suplex, but Ricochet kicked his leg causing Elgin to go down with Steen. Ricochet then hit a standing SSP for a 2 count.

It was hard to keep track of all the action, as things really picked up at this point. Elgin ended up lifting both of his opponents and he dumped him over his shoulder. He covered Steen, but he kicked out at the last second and the fans went nuts. Ricochet and Steen battled up top a short time later. Steen got Ricochet up on his shoulders and hit a Finlay roll off the top onto Elgin, but only got a two count. Steen went for a senton off the top on Elgin, but he got his knees up. Steen and Elgin went back and forth. Steen countered an enzuguri from Elgin and applied the sharp shooter. Ricochet then went up top and nailed Steen with the meteora. The fans fired up as Ricochet went on the attack.

Elgin ended up countered Ricochet and hitting a massive uranagi variation only for Steen to drag him to the outside and powerbomb him on the apron. Ricochet took Steen down and went up top. He changed his mind and wiped out Elgin with a SSP press to the floor. He then hit a SSP press on Steen, who kicked out at the last second and the crowd went nuts and chanted for Ricochet. Ricochet went up top, but Elgin cut him off. Ricochet sent Elgin to the mat, but Steen got up and crotched him on the top turnbuckle. Elgin hit a back fist on Steen and powerbombed him into the corner. Ricochet came off the top, but Elgin caught him and powerbombed him into Steen in the corner. Elgin went for a spinning powerbomb on Ricochet, but he countered it into a reverse hurricanrana. Steen recovered and hit a big powerbomb on Ricochet. Steen the hit the package piledriver on Ricochet onto Elgin. He then covered Elgin for the win.

Steen got on the mic after the match. He said all he wants for Christmas is Adam Cole’s testicles on a stick.

Winner: Kevin Steen to retain the PWG Championship

Star rating: (***1/2) – There was just so much going on in this match that it was hard to keep track of everything. All three men pulled off some great spots during the match and if you enjoy this style of match, you’ll love what they put together. The highlight of the match was Ricochet hitting a SSP to the outside on Elgin and then going right up top and hitting one on Steen for a good nearfall. This was a short match by usual PWG main event standards, but it was fun.

Overall thoughts: (8.5) – This was another fantastic in-ring show from PWG. If you’re looking to see matches you won’t see anywhere else, PWG is the place to go and once again they delivered an all-star caliber lineup.

The undercard started off a little slowly with the exception of the Elgin-Edwards match, which was very good. Elgin took over for Steen when it came to pulling double duty on this show and was part of two really good matches on the same card.

The card really picked up steam with Callihan and Richards engaging in an all-out war with both men working leg submissions and building to a fantastic finish, although their selling needs some work if they’re going to get fans to buy into the submissions.

Rich Swann had a great debut for PWG on this show and the fans ate up his rapid-fire style of offense. Strong hit some sick looking maneuvers on Swann, including a huge pop-up back stabber that popped the crowd huge leading into the finish.

Kenny Omega & El Generico vs. The Young Bucks stole the show with an incredible tag team match that set the crowd on fire. They did a nice job of building the match around the Young Bucks heel tactics giving them the advantage before the action really heated up and all four men pulled off some fantastic exchanges leading into the finish. It was a blast seeing Omega back in PWG and the crowd was thrilled to see him.

The main event was really good, although it was a bit on the short side from what you would expect from a PWG main event. All three men went all out here and delivered some fantastic sequences during the match with rapid fire spots and nearfalls leading into the finish. Ricochet thrives in this kind of environment and he shined here. If you’re into this style of action, you’re going to love this match.

Overall, this was another really good card from PWG and if you’re looking for great wrestling in front of a hot crowd, this show is more than worth the price of admission.

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