A few of my favorite highlights:
Paul London taking forever to get to the ring, while leisurely roaming amongst the fans giving high-fives and hugs, a quick bathroom break, thinking about going into the ring, more jostling with the fans then deciding to get in the ring. It's old but funny each time.
During the Eddie Edwards/Jay Lethal match, Eddie Edwards always tags a fan to Irish whip them into his opponent. Jay did the same. He grabbed a young boy and a girl and tried the same thing but took a bump on the ring apron outside, then yelled "What's wrong with you?!?" Original and made us laugh. Also, coming out to his Black Machismo gimmick made everyone pop.
It's been said many times but Younger looked like he had a huge flap of skin hanging out from the back of his head. Really rough if aren't accustomed to his deathmatch style. Fans were cringing but we kept on watching because both Callihan and Younger gave everything.
Expected more from Trent but in Night 1 he never seemed to loosen up and maybe surprised of how the PWG fans are...rowdy but smart. Quietest match of the night. Silence is deadly in the American Legion Hall.
Crowd was hot all night and the matches were the reason. If you are low on funds, I would suggest getting this DVD over Night 1.
6-Man match was incredible. Hats off to Brian Cage, Michael Elgin, Kevin Steen, Ricochet, Rich Swann and AR Fox for doing everything we would want. Crazy bumps, incredible feats of strength, more flips than a Chinese circus-Cirque du Soleil joint production, comedy spots and a race-to-the-finish line ending. Just amazing.
Trent seemed to settle in during Night 2 and had a much better match with Paul London. Some people credit it mainly to London but Trent had moments of greatness. Chants of "Johnny Nitro" towards Trent had people in stitches. Also, dueling challenges via glove slaps were a highlight.
Upset of the weekend, in my opinion, O'Reilly goes over Callihan via submission. I thought a Callihan victory was an after-thought after his great match in Night 1. Pleasantly surprised. I think this match will come off much better on the DVD.
Samuray Del Sol has some great movesets. I definitely want to see more of him in the future.
The Young Bucks can't seem to have a bad match and both nights with them were highly entertaining.
Chuck Taylor demanding five-stars from the fans for his unfinished match = genius.
I'm probably missing quite a bit but it's all a wonderful haze this Sunday afternoon.
Here's my pic of Drake Younger after the match of Night 2. Great heart from this guy. He may be the new "face" of PWG, going forward: