Not much is going to top the Internet Championship match last week but with Austin Aries vs Gabriel Kidd this week it is going to be interesting to see what happens.
DEFIANT Wrestling is officially being controlled by IPW now. This week kind of feels a bit odd though because we got the announcements for the matches like usual at the end of the episode last week so it doesn’t really feel like this week WILL be under IPW control which… Seeing its only till the PPV in like 3 weeks time is kind of weird.
Oh well we get Bailey vs ZSJ. What more could you ask for?
(Other then Liam Slater vs Damien Dunne. Now that I might beg for.)
I know I missed the last two episodes of Loaded and never caught up. Lets just forget that. I also know I’m extremely late even watching this iPPV, I’ve just been busy. But here we are at the start of a new era, I’ve just signed up to Access Defiant and now I’m paying £7.99 a month for it I might as well continue with my reviews of the shows.
Refuse to Lose 2017 see’s the final PPV under the WCPW banner, December 4th we’ll see the company take on the name Defiance Wrestling. Until then we’re still with WCPW and we’re watching Refuse to Lose.
Everything is once again late thanks to a lot of reasons from dead pets to work. Only a few days late we’re back to the final Loaded before Refuse to Lose on Monday.
Hopefully this review will be much better then the one for last week which I admit was rather lackluster. I apologise for that.
So this week?
Another great week last week. Its nice to see a lot of stories up and down the roster beginning or being furthered. Can’t WAIT for Kidd vs ZSJ. Promises to be yet another brilliant night.
PLUS because I got asked on Twitter by someone, yes I will still be reviewing WCPW… Like just because the WhatCulture guys I liked left doesn’t mean I’m not going to watch WCPW or support the guys who are still there. WCPW is a great promotion to watch and like I once had a shitty boss and walked out of a job into a better one, it never made the other people shitty. So like just chill.
Last week we saw El Ligero and Joe Hendry both “punished” for their attack on Kushida and then Will Ospreay and Bea Priestley at the Pro Wrestling World Cup finals. I don’t think Adam Blampied will be happy that both won their matches, even more so in the manner of which Ligero won his.
This week though, as announced last week, we’ll see Ospreay get a chance to get some revenge as he takes on El Ligero. The build up to his title match against the Prestigious One at Refuse to Lose begins now.