pwggrodd wrote:I'd bet they've already been mentioned, but I'd like to see the Hooligans, Devin and Mason Cutter, in DDT4 next year. They're pretty good, even if they look like a twin pair of grungy fat dudes. Lots of sweet double teams. A match between them and the Bucks in the first round to get the crowd hot could be really amazing.
pwggrodd wrote:I've probably already mentioned this, but I thought it was odd that Jay Lethal wasn't in BOLA. Hope he gets another shot sometime.
El Asian wrote:I'd say Tremont is more of an Eddie Kingston type though I guess if PWG wanted an Eddie Kingston type, they could book Eddie Kingston instead but I'm gonna defend that Tremont and Mathis are generally the best deathmatch workers in the US right now since Drake retired from deathmatches and Tremont has worked non-deathmatches before, more a brawler type, much like Drake
As for the Hooligans, watching a highlights of them, nothing exactly impressive about them really, maybe with time, maybe PWG could give them a shot but they seem generic fat grunge looking guys that also resemble Hack Myers meet Sheamus
El Asian wrote:So in a current WWE storyline, WWE "fires" Cody Rhodes after failing to beat Randy Orton, which lead to this to the McMahons feuding with the Rhodes family, however, just today, Pro Wrestling Syndicate announced they are booking Cody Rhodes for a show exclusively it seems, so while Cody getting "fired" is a work, the fact they are allowing him to work indies is surprising all things considered. So whatever this angle is going, I do hope this means PWG can book Cody Rhodes for a show if possible because despite what some of you might think, I think Cody would fit really well in PWG and could have a great match with anyone in PWG as well.
pwggrodd wrote:If he did show up, it'd probably be a one-shot deal-so, who does he face?
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