So our review is out and here we’ll take a look at our 5 best moments of Built to Destroy mainly because it was a super strong PPV so there isn’t anything really bad to say about it.
Not as late as I have been in recent times but DEFIANT Wrestling had Built to Destroy this weekend which was a absolutely packed show with some very interesting matches. Really looking forward to this after Road to Destruction was so good.
I might in the coming months start instead of reviewing RAW and SmackDown doing a 5 Things… Review instead. I thought I’d give it a try with this show even though its a different beast, the WWE ones might end up being less a 5 things as in 5 THINGS but 5 things spread across a few different things… We’ll come to that when it happens though.
So 5 Things about DEFIANT Wrestling’s Road to Destruction!
It feels weird having these Road to… mini PPVS. Like I’m not too sure how I like the non-weekly show format but if its what is best for them then that is what is best for them. It meant that I had 0 need to run out and watch this when it came online until I had a bunch of time to myself.
So I finally got to the end of Road to No Regrets so the obvious next step is to actually WATCH No Regrets.
WCPW turned a year old with one of their biggest and most packed show to date.
WCPW is being effected by the changes to YouTube’s policy. When they aired Fight Back I was at work and by the time I got home just after 11pm the show had been blocked from YouTube and they had received a strike for putting it online. They then loaded it to Facebook and Extra so we’re watching it on there instead.