We are so close to being up to date. Here we are kind of on day 4 of our catch up with a show that had Nathan Cruz wrestling on it which makes it one of the best shows so far because I like watching Nathan Cruz wrestle.
So Loaded is back.
I honestly think this might be the best thing to happen to DEFIANT and as long as they keep their direction going. It is going to be exciting.
Stacked was just that… Stacked.
It had some great matches, some not so great matches and everything in between. It breathed new life into old feuds, created new feuds with new faces and gave us a whole bunch of new number one contenders to the titles giving DEFIANT a new feel as it inches closer to Loaded coming back weekly (well it is back but when this was on it was a while still till now if you get my meaning.)
So on we go to Stacked 2018. It promises to be a brilliant show what with Walter vs Ospreay, Kirby vs Hendry and all our new favourites.
I am so pumped which is great because it has my love of wrestling back.
Again, because I want it clear I can not PICK 10 wrestlers without leaving out another 10 that I love, this is in no order. It literally is the first 10 names that came off the top of my head with one or two being changed because I realised that I had named 10 people I’d been watching recently and trying to pull some memories out of the bag from earlier in the year.
If I had to pick one person to be my wrestler of 2018 it would be David Starr mainly because I don’t think I’ve seen a bad match with him in and I just think he’s a massive plus to the UK scene no matter what others seemed to think but I would instantly be then going “umm but I also think Brookes had a stand out year and remember when Walter did this or how Davis is being kick ass in single competition in PROGRESS or everything that Havoc has done or how much I love Country Big Josh Knott (who didn’t make this list sadly)..” and I would be here forever.
So here are 10 I loved.
I am also perfectly aware they are all male too.
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.
Sorry its late but I’ve been doing nights and this is the first time I’ve had a chance to sit and watch it, though there is a good chance I won’t be watching it in one piece anyway.
The last few weeks of DEFIANT have been kinda meh but Lights Out looks to be one of the best PPVs they’ve done so far.