As I’ve attempted to in the past I shall be reviewing a PPV without having watched TOO much of RAW or SmackDown recently. With some interesting match ups it’ll be fun to see what happens at the Biggest Party of the Summer.
After a outstanding qualifier in Germany WCPW presents what should be yet another amazing qualifier with the Japanese side of the tournament. Who goes through and will it top the amazing German qualifier? Who knows….
I know this ended up being really late but I did go to the last Pride show in Taunton with the absolute legend that is Scott Hall. Whilst the review is completely irrelevant right now it was a wonderful show so I’m still going to share the review no matter how late it is.
So thanks to Hurricane Matthew the show was altered at the last moment and we didn’t get to meet the Boogeyman, as sad as that might sound Pride once more turned it to their own advantage and delivered a great evening of entertainment.
So I said I wasn’t going to another PWA show but then had a free ticket so went, I also said I wouldn’t review it but it was such a good night I’ve completely changed my mind on that too.
Last night I went to see NXT live here in Plymouth. I had been super excited about it since the moment I knew they were coming and managed to get tickets on O2 priorities before they were released for general sales. Couldn’t believe how good the seats where till we got in, it wasn’t front row but we were in the tiered seating pretty much in the middle (not quite) with a awesome view.
Obviously we had a great night.
PWA’s Anniversary show was something else. Was it nine matches in one night? Championships changing hands, The Winner NOT Winning and Eddie Ryan being screwed out of the TNA Heavyweight Championship.
One hell of a anniversary show.
With a re-match on the cards and new faces to PWA it couldn’t really be named better.