Wrestling Bands Together : Forbidden Door Works!

Forbidden Door is surely one of the wrestling events of the year. It may be the best of the year when the dust has settled. It was successful from beginning to end. No duds, no fairly good, no fatuous angles. And we learned some very interesting things... This Is The Fight Back I know I've... Continue Reading →

Rampage: Beginning Good, End Better…

But The Middle?.. Another Road Rager program, Rampage offered some quality this week. But only some. It's been a little lacking in recent weeks and this one was no different. So Let's Start With The Strengths Mr. Regal. Whether William or Steven, he's a godsend for AEW programming. Enjoying his role more than he perhaps... Continue Reading →

AEW Dynamite: The Owen Hart Tournament Begins [11/5/2022]

The Owen Hart Foundation Tournament officially kicks off on tonight's AEW Dynamite coming to you from Long Island, New York. along with a jam-packed night of in-ring action, we also have appearances from Frankie Kazarian, The Jericho Appreciation Society, The Blackpool Combat Club, and HOOK. Adam Cole and Dax Harwood Become Hart and Micheals This... Continue Reading →

AEW Rampage Pretty Good! Well, Perfectly OK…

And it was. There were some successes too. Among the angle issues. Same last week, which I thought was a blip. Can you have a double blip? Success 1: The Owen Hart Tournament Is Great It throws up great matches, which is when AEW succeeds, strangely enough. Here we had Darby Allin v Swerve Strickland... Continue Reading →

The Angles That Annoy: AEW Dynamite Disappointments

I'm on record as saying that I prefer AEW Rampage to Dynamite. And it was clear in this episode why I think that. This Dynamite had some great wrestling. But some terrible angles. And real issues as well. Issue 1: The Sammy Guevara Problem There were Sammy Guevara and Tay Conti in the ring. He'd... Continue Reading →

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