shyboy13 wrote:I have been sick lately and since I have nothing else to do except lay in bed I decided to begin watching all the PWG DVDs from the beginning. I know I am not going to get through all of them in such a short period of time but that is irrelevant anyway.
Here are my questions so far:
1. In Taste the Radness, some guy on crutches started beating up Frankie Kazarian with a crutch. I understand he was a local guy but was it ever explained why he got involved in the match?
2. In 88 Miles per Hour, there are two wrestlers I have never heard of: Black Tigers and Tigers Mask. Who are these guys and why are their names so similar to Black Tiger and Tiger Mask? Are they similar to the fake luchadores who sometimes wrestle in Southern California who just wear famous wrestlers
Slappy wrote:I got a question, it was just before I started watching PWG but on the Card Subject to Change show, what was the original card?
TigerDriver98 wrote:We ended up voting for Homicide, but in hindsight, I think we made the wrong decision there. I think the show would have been better if American Dragon had won it, and Arrogance challenged B-Boy and Homicide for the tag titles. But then again hindsight is always 20/20.
onlxn wrote:As I recall, you *were* pushing for Danielson, as was I. That voting result was quite the bummer, as SD/Homicide was only decent (though AD/Hero was a fun comedy match). Who knows if we'll ever get the long-awaited Dragon vs. Dragon rematch now...
Couldn't agree more with you, man. This would definitely be a positive for the company right now; Tornado, while having been around the indies for a while now, really doesn't have that many stand-out matches with high-profile or well-known stars under his belt. A voting process could easily help change that.TigerDriver98 wrote:I'd like to see PWG break out the fan's vote for the challenger gimmick again. I think it would go over pretty well right now.
DuelingDragons wrote:Have I mentioned I miss those old Santa Ana Elks Lodge shows?
shyboy13 wrote:The original Card Subject to Change has a dear place in my heart cuz it was my first PWG show ever. Since then, aside from the European shows, I have only missed two (one because it conflicted with a Las Vegas trip I had planned and the other because I had to baptize someone).DuelingDragons wrote:Have I mentioned I miss those old Santa Ana Elks Lodge shows?
I attended the last Elks Lodge show ever. It was the WAR show where Jack Evans landed on his head and an ambulance had to come and get him. It was scary as fuck. I wonder if this is why they no longer allow wrestling there? Or was it cuz the wrestlers were dirtying the place with beer, water, etc. That was a really fun show that I hope one day comes out on DVD. Anyway, I too really like that venue. I believe it would be a great place to run a show now a days since it would look great on DVD when it is filled up, it can hold a lot of people, and the seats are quite cozy. I wonder if PWG can convince the owners that it was not their fault and it was another promoter that essentially burned the bridge. I love PWG but I hate the fuckin valley.
shyboy13 wrote:I attended the last Elks Lodge show ever. It was the WAR show where Jack Evans landed on his head and an ambulance had to come and get him. It was scary as fuck.
shyboy13 wrote:Can anyone shed some light on the situation invloving the Ballards and Rojos Locos?
SenimSilla wrote:So how did Bosh and Excalibur start to feud?
super_chico wrote:Quick question what show or shows did Alex Shelley wrestle Joey Ryan cause I was watching the DDT 4 tournament night 2 from least year and Excalibur was mention that match during the Danielson vs Ryan match.He kept saying how Shelley was putting on a clinic on Joey.
Slappy wrote:Excalibur joked how Joey Ryan would run to his car and then Alex Shelley would be a wristlock on the car. Great match and if you're a fan of Shelley its a must see.
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