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.
I know this came out in three parts on YouTube and has been up for ages but I have been busy and kept meaning to review it and never got around to it but HERE I AM ready to review it late as always.
So DEFIANT Wrestling beat IPW at Chain Reaction. We have all the fall out on a show that lets us know that Aussie Open will STILL be wrestling in DEFIANT which is the most important thing ever.
Finally after the problems with the PPV on Sunday I am able to sit here and watch the whole show and review it. So Chain Reaction…
This week Billy Wood is trying to get rid of the tag team champions by making them fight each other for the Hardcore belt before fighting for their Tag Team belts.
Gonna be fun.
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.)
We have the DEFIANT Wrestling vs IPW story in full swing, we have a crazy preacher converting people to his side and we have Alex Gracie monologue-ing at himself on a nearly weekly basis. DEFIANT Wrestling has very much made their show a much watch every single week.
With a dodgy ending to Defiant #4 and a title match this week will we see fair play coming from the refs or is this war going to turn dirty?
So finally getting up to date with DEFIANT wrestling. Three shows to catch up with going into the new year. Their first PPV was amazing and it really feels like a new start for them.