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This was a weird one. We leave at like 5:30, to have time to bullshit before the show with the fellas from the interweb, because that's a nice thing to do before a show. Plus it's just good to be there way early for whatever reason. Being outside the building helps build the anticipation. But all the exits around the one we need to get off on on 94 are closed. So we end up in Illinois, which is ridiculous. Then we turn around, get off on the Hammond exit because I figure we can maneuver our way from there, and get a little lost.

Stop at a gas station. It's sensible. Find a local and say, hey, can you give us a hand here? Instead we get this cunt that gives us attitude and stupid directions: "Get on the interstate." Thanks, bitch. That helps a lot. I didn't even want to bother with her, so we went to another gas station, got directions from the attendant, and thanks to him managed to get to Highland at about 8:05 eastern with a 7:30 central bell time. That sucks. Got in, bought our tickets for tonight and TPI, luckily found a seat where I can sit on the aisle, even luckier got second row seats 2, 3 and 4 (there are three of us, I'm not that fat) for TPI, and all in all, I guess it wasn't so bad that we were driving around in northwest Indiana for an hour trying to figure out where the fuck to go. Kiss my ass, I-94.

Anyway, the show.

Ian kicked off the show with some announcements and gave us the first-round pairings for TPI. Here's what I can remember: Chris Hero v. Mike Quackenbush in a battle of Chikara's trainers, CM Punk v. Austin Aries, Alex Shelley v. Ray Gordy, Rainman v. Chris Sabin, Petey Williams v. BJ Whitmer, Nigel McGuinness v. Double C, Hallowicked v. Nate Webb, Sal Rinauro v. Matt Sydal (I think), Roderick Strong v. Samoa Joe, who's back in after being pulled from the Japan tour (yay!), and Jacobs/Delirous v. Cannon and Jacobs/Delirious v. Jimmy Rave. I don't remember which was which. But we'll get to that later anyway. I think that leaves Danny Daniels v. Todd Sexton as the 12th and final first round matchup. I'm not certain though.

JC BAILEY v. ICARUS

Pleasantly surprised to see both guys. Bailey won me over big with that I Quit match with Ian in January where he got German suplexed with a ladder wrapped around his head - I mean that's just stupid insane. This match was sloppy. Bailey was received well by the crowd and that was good to see, he busts his ass. There were a few points that were just downright bad, but as an opener for opener's sake this was alright. I mean, how much do these two even know about each other? They're from entirely different worlds, one from Chikara and one from King of the Deathmatch. There was some nice stuff mixed in here and it was pretty short. Finish came when Bailey hit a flying legdrop. I couldn't tell if it didn't hit or it was just my angle, but either way, Bailey won. Most of the crowd spent time talking about Icarus' hair.

Trik Davis came out to talk, and called Jim Fannin to the ring. Fannin came out and delivered another awesome promo. Davis told him he'd take on anyone Fannin had, in a no-DQ match since DQs are what's been saving him. Fannin went to the back, and we waited. I think a few of us were almost scared thinking of the idea of Fannin coming back with Necro Butcher, but what we got was fine by me.

TRIK DAVIS v. RYAN BOZ (with Jim Fannin)

Pretty easy match to guess what happens. Boz dominates Davis until Davis pulls out some baby powder and throws it in his eyes. Boz takes over again and has Fannin rub his eyes clean, which I thought was a nice touch. Davis gets a plastic bag from his tights (I think it was from his tights) and tries to put it on Boz's head, but fails to do so and chokes him instead. Boz beats the crap out of him some more before Trik manages to roll him up for the three. I forget how exactly that happened, but it was real fluky. Predictable, but short and enjoyable. The angle itself is going really well and I hope Trik Davis continues to improve. It occurs to me the last couple shows that Davis is going to end up really good someday working in IWA MS so often at such a young age. Post-match, BJ Whitmer and Danny Daniels come in to help Boz beat Trik down. Daniels is...reluctant and eventually walks out on them. Moments later, Chris Hero, Mickie Knuckles, Ian Rotten and Chad Collyer come down to chase Boz and Whitmer out. When we came in, Mickie told me I'd get in free because Ian's favorite team is the Orioles and I was wearing an Orioles BP jersey. I love Mickie Knuckles, she's so cute.

LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE MATCH
DELIRIOUS v. JIMMY JACOBS (champion)


Jacobs came out to the theme from Fraggle Rock. I shit you not. Jimmy Jacobs, you're great. This match was a hell of a lot of fun. I have never seen a funnier good wrestling match in my life, I don't think. A perfect mix of comedy and wrestling. These two seemed tailor made for one another, even moreso than they would have been when Jacobs was doing the huss. Lots of sound mat stuff, tons of good comedy spots - what more can you expect? The match actually surprised me in terms of how good it was. I don't know what the fuck Delirious is saying before he goes for the Chemical Imbalance #2, but it's like, "AH BA DA BA VA BA BA!" Here's a sample sequence of the match: "AH BA DA BA VA BA BA!" Jacobs counters, Delirious counters back. "AH BA DA BA VA BA BA!" Jacobs counters, Delirious counters back. "AH BA DA BA VA BA BA!" Jacobs counters, Delirious counters back. Don't know how to go about expressing further that this was really a ton of fun. The finish was a double pin, which vacated the title. Later in the show, they both came to the ring and agreed to forego the Ted Petty tournament in order to wrestle one another that weekend in a ladder match for the belt.

NWA MIDWEST X DIVISION TITLE MATCH
MATT SYDAL (champion) v. NATE WEBB


I initially questioned the decision to put this on right after the most similar match on the card. This was my surprise match of the night. Their 1/16 match was okay, but this was way better. The thing that made this so good live were the many instances where you watched them go through these spots, and they avoided a real disaster by inches two or three times, where one guy would've landed on the other's head or whatever. Nate wrote on his web site recently that "One day I shall throw the most ultimate spin kick ever. You'll see." He might've done it with tonight's arachnid kick, it was fucking beautiful. The match started with a hug and friendliness but gradually got more physical. Nate hit Soylent Green #2 for a near-fall. Sydal got Soylent Green #1 later in the match for another one. The finish came with Nate moonsaulting himself off the top rope when Sydal blocked his attempt at what would've been a superplex or top-rope 'rana, and Sydal followed up with a shooting star for the three count. This is the most impressed I've been with Sydal live, I think. I think his match with Aries in Lafayette and the one in Highland with Punk were maybe better matches, but Sydal himself looked great here and to be honest I was expecting a rather pedestrian match. They both looked good here.

AMERICAN DRAGON v. CHRIS HERO

Funny part right before when Prazak was in the ring to hype this match, and did a thing to introduce some comments from earlier in the day about this highly-anticipated battle. Then he went, "And that'll be on the DVD!" Fun to be part of a production moment. Dragon had this fucking awesome cloak, and Hero wore his black outfit. Dragon dominated the majority of this match, which surprised me a little. He just destroyed Hero's arm and I don't know if it was really their intention, but they definitely made Hero look like the weaker in the kayfabe sense. I thought Hero held his own here with Dragon, which a lot of people probably didn't think he could. Dragon definitely came off as superior of the two, but what's that a knock on? Hero not being about as good as you can possibly be? These guys also definitely have a better match in them. This was very, very good but with experience against each other, they should be able to knock out a MOTY. Dragon worked kind of heel, but it seemed to play off of Hero not wanting to shake hands before the match. Good for him, fuck all these jerks and just wrestle. PLAYTIME'S OVER! Hero eventually got the Hangman's Clutch on and I was freaking out screaming for Dragon to tap out, which I knew he wasn't going to but I get really into Hero's matches live because I keep wanting so badly for him to win just one goddamn time at a show I'm at. It was not meant to be here. He didn't have Dragon near weakened enough to get the submission, and Dragon countered a Hero's Welcome into the cattle mutilation and Hero tapped. I got really, really upset for a second. I was like, GOD *DAMN* IT. Oh well. Hero again wouldn't shake Dragon's hand after the match, and then Cannon came out to tell Hero he sucked some more because he beat him and he beat Dragon, and tonight, he'd do another thing Hero couldn't do: beat Homicide.

Intermission was here. I think Lacey may have come out to talk before the intermission, but it could've been after the popcorn match too. Either way, she looked seriously smoking freaking hot and it was announced she'd defend the title against Mercedes Martinez at the TPI. I hope her knee is up for it because I actually like watching her wrestle. We had great seats for that segment, opposite the hard cam. Sadly, I spent most of her promo looking at her ass. I ain't gonna lie.

I was buying a Dr. Pepper and a hot dog when Ian Rotten came out and announced that they'd found two replacements for Jacobs and Delirious in the Ted Petty: AJ Styles and Super Dragon. Holy shit I'll take it. Damn glad we got second row tickets. Styles v. Rave and Cannon v. Super Dragon are their matchups.

Chicago indy star Justin Kage came out for the next match, and then Carmine DeSpirito returned to the IWA and graced us, yes, graced us with his presence. We clapped and clapped for Carmine because I think he's a great manager, and he acknowledged us and bowed. Hooray! I'm a mark. Carmine said he'd brought with him a man who knows all about OLD SCHOOL. Before there was CM Punk and Colt Cabana and all those dudes from Chicago, there was Scrap Iron Adam Pearce. Yeah motherfucker. Carmine rules.

JUSTIN KAGE v. ADAM PEARCE (with Carmine DeSpirito)

Holy shit this match was great. Pearce comes out in a swank Flair-style robe, his entrance music was "Freebird", and he wasted no time in wasting time, stalling and stalling and amping the crowd way the fuck up, arguing with Troy, cutting a filthy promo on Kage about fucking his mother in the ass and somehow she conceived him, looking over at my man Soup Ladle (who was giving him thumbs down) and calling him "the dumbest son of a bitch alive" or some such - I just enjoyed the hell out of this. When I was getting ready to leave and sitting around and thinking and doing like I do before a show, I was thinking even in the indies it's pretty rare to get a guy that really plays the chickenshit cocksucker heel, the guy that rolls out of the ring and wastes time while the babyface tells him to get back in there and get what's coming to him and all. I've seen knocks on Pearce that he imitates too much instead of truly encompasses what he's going for, but I liked his work a ton here. Everything he did looked good, he pissed the crowd off to amazing levels as half of them were just booing him because they found it fun, and the other half were actually getting annoyed with him (that's about the best you can ask for, really). Very old school indeed, as Pearce dominated but Kage would make these awesome babyface comebacks and get a flurry of forearms or a big move or whatever. I'm honestly not saying enough about Kage, who really impressed not just me but everyone else it seemed, and I hope he does get brought back because if this match is any indication, he's definitely good enough for this level. The finish came when Pearce was reeling but got in a shoving match with the referee with Kage perched on top. The ref shoved Pearce into the ropes, which crotched the ref (they did this twice since it appeared the first time Kage forgot to fall - I don't know why he would, though, so I'm probably wrong about that). Pearce finished him off with a wicked awesome piledriver from there. Please God tell me I have more of Adam Pearce and Carmine DeSpirito in my future, because this was fucking awwwwwesome.

BJ WHITMER & DANNY DANIELS v. NIGEL MCGUINNESS & CHAD COLLYER

I don't know a whole lot, but I damn sure know Nigel McGuinness is over as hell in Highland. I don't remember much about this match at all because it never, ever clicked. Just damn dull. It was weird during the entrances because Whitmer came out alone, got booed and got lots of heckles about how he's boring, and then Daniels came out as his partner to a face reaction. Nigel and Collyer got a great face reaction. I like Nigel and Collyer as a team a lot, and Whitmer and Daniels seems like something that would work better than it actually does. I don't like to really state popular opinion because everyone already knows itor at least has heard it, but Whitmer is just fucking boring. There is nothing at all wrong with Whitmer, I've said that before and I'll probably say it again. He just isn't interesting. I don't know what it is. It's that intangible that he does not have. And it sucks because technically, he's pretty good. There were a few people audibly groaning every time Whitmer was tagged in. I thought that was a bit much, but whatever, people respond how they feel. Collyer and Nigel dominated early, then Nigel ended up as face-in-peril. Once Collyer got the hot tag, Whitmer turned on Daniels and walked out, leaving his partner hanging and he ended up losing to Collyer. I don't remember on what. Daniels took the mic and said he's been carrying Whitmer's boring, no charisma ass for a year, and he hopes and prays they meet in the Ted Petty. I doubt they will, but I hope they do sometime after that. Danny Daniels the face has to happen, no one's booing him.

ARIK CANNON v. HOMICIDE (with B-Boy)

This match was all kinds of fucked up. Homicide was just brutal here, sticking Cannon in the eye with right jabs repeatedly. I don't know what was really going on there, because, well, how the fuck would I know, but I do know that Cannon wasn't returning the shots, so it came off really weird live. Homicide was just laying into him with all his strikes, and hit a VILE headbutt in the corner that got a freaked out/scared/disgusted/amazed/shocked kind of pop. The sound on it was horrific and Cannon just went down. Right to the left eye unprotected. Brutal brutal brutal. I loved this match, which either says I'm sick or that this match was great. Actually, of the Cannon matches I've seen against Hero, AmDrag and Smothers, he was more outclassed here than in any of those matches. Not a knock on Cannon at all, but Homicide was on. Homicide was also killing him right to death which helped pick the crowd up. Or at least I know it did me. Damn good match here with Cannon not doing much at all. Actually, thinking about it, this was just the least offense I've seen Cannon get since the Samoa Joe match, so maybe that's why he seemed outclassed. But whatever, Cannon delivered the goods AGAIN and has more than justified this huge win streak he's got going in Highland, now standing at a hitlist of Hero, Danielson and Homicide. Cannon kept avoiding the Cop Killa, and ended up winning on a cradle. B-Boy got in the ring and Homicide seemed to tell him he was going to shake Cannon's hand. Instead, Cannon spit water in his face. What an anarchist. This led to B-Boy putting the boots to Cannon, and Homicide hyping himself up to break Cannon's neck. He got him up for the Cop Killa, but Chris Hero ran in and stopped them. They kept trying to get at Cannon, but he told them to let it go. Homicide was ranting and raving about how Cannon disrespected him, then looked at Hero and went, "Are you fucking insane?!" I liked how this played into the friendship and mutual respect these three have for each other and that these two thugs were willing to let something go because Hero asked them to. They did warn him that if he doesn't take care of it, they're coming for him though. Really liked that too. Hero told Cannon that if it wasn't for him seeing his tapes and giving him advice and telling Ian to book him for TPI last year, he'd still be wrestling in Assfuck, Minnesota in front of no one. Hero was really getting some attitude tonight and I liked it. He told Cannon that he's willing to accept that maybe Cannon is better than him, but he's more of a man than Cannon is because of that. Cannon tried to rebut, but Hero simply told him to "kiss my ass, bitch" before walking out. Don't know where they're going with this, but it's really interesting so far and very well-booked.

STEVE STONE v. IAN ROTTEN

What do you expect they did? Brent came up from Chicago to go to this show with us, and he hadn't seen Stone in a long time and remarked how much better he looked physically than back in '02 and early '03. They brawled with Stone holding the upper-hand early, then spilling to the floor and trading vicious forearms. Ian backed up and took a running start and tackled Stone on the floor. Mickie Knuckles was ref here and was pleading for them to get back into the ring, but instead Stone hit Ian with something on the floor (I heard stunner but didn't see it) and Ian came up with a nasty fucking gash over his left eye. They continued in the ring, with Stone pounding the cut and getting blood on his hands for visual effect, then missing something off the top rope and selling that he'd blown his knee out. Ian, naturally, attacked the knee. Eventually, NWA Midwest honcho Ed Chuman came out to order the match be stopped for loss of blood. This pissed Ian the fuck off and he worked us all like a pro into uniting as a crowd against those NWA pussies. It was effective. Worked on me anyway. Ian is great. He told Ed that this is still his fucking company, etc., and they'd do this again at the Ted Petty weekend in an anything goes match that will not be sanctioned by the National Wrestling Alliance. Fuck yeah motherfucker. God that's going to be an awesome weekend of wrestling.

B-BOY (with Homicide) v. CM PUNK

I only got like five hours of sleep before getting up to get ready to leave for this show, and it was about 1am my time by the time these two were finished. I like B-Boy a lot and enjoy Punk. This...didn't work for me, I'm sad to say. Honestly sad to say because I was really expecting a lot out of this match. It was...I dunno, man, dull? Not boring but it didn't go anywhere for me. I'm sure more people liked this than didn't but I just wasn't feeling it. They did some cool stuff like both not getting their corner kicks the first time they tried, then trading them back-to-back later on. Punk was working both heel and face again here and part of what's bothering me about his IWA matches is him walking the line like that, it makes it hard for me to figure out what he's going for. Which maybe shouldn't be a problem and probably just makes me a dork, but it hurts the enjoyment of the match for me. Like with the Petey/Shelley match from June that I didn't like that much, I know for damn sure these two have a better match in them. Petey and Shelley gave me that match the next month, and I hope to see B-Boy and Punk put on theirs sometime. It was just leaving something to be desired. Punk worked the back a ton and got B-Boy up in a torture rack. This was odd enough, but then B-Boy tapped? What the fucking hell was that? Punk was pretty hilarious, looking out seriously from the apron after and doing the Luger rack signal. They're both from Chicago, you know.

They took another intermission here to set up for the Pondo/Klein strap match with fan lumberjacks, but I had no interest in that and was hungry and tired so we headed off to the Steer and I got some chicken fingers. Our waitress was really really nice and joking with us. We'd had her before and she was kinda bitchy, so this was a nice surprise. I recommend this show highly, there's a lot to like here and it harkens back, in a way, to the days where IWA had something for everyone. And shit if you add the match I didn't see, it just IS that, and on arguably a higher level. There's great comedy, intense brawls, stiff ass Homicide stuff, fantastic wrestling, everything Adam Pearce did, good angles that are going somewhere - great show from what is right now a flat-out excellent promotion that, for my money, can't be topped by anyone in the way that they're offering a complete product that has more than just lots of great wrestling.

See you for TPI weekend, and damn can it not come fast enough.



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Yeah 94 was a bitch, especially since I ended up being around Highland during rush hour, which was not very fun at all. Although the Highland exit going east on 94 wasn't closed off, so I hate you Illinois people.




    JC BAILEY v. ICARUS



Okay opener, but completely forgettable.



    TRIK DAVIS v. RYAN BOZ (with Jim Fannin)


Really a fun match and a great way to get the crowd going. All of Trik's spot's were amusing and Boz properly killified Trik.

    Moments later, Chris Hero, Mickie Knuckles, Ian Rotten and Chad Collyer come down to chase Boz and Whitmer out.
The best part being that only Mickie and Hero ran out at first, which makes it kinda funny that Boz and Whitmer retreated so quickly. I mean seriously, Boz and Whitmer are both pretty big guys. Mickie is tiny. Do the math here. This angle really worked and foreshadowed some of the events to come.



    LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE MATCH
    DELIRIOUS v. JIMMY JACOBS (champion)


    Jacobs came out to the theme from Fraggle Rock. I shit you not. Jimmy Jacobs, you're great. This match was a hell of a lot of fun. I have never seen a funnier good wrestling match in my life, I don't think. A perfect mix of comedy and wrestling.

Really really fun match for what it was, as they were able to mix comedy and solid wrestling about as well as they could. Bryce is a BUMP FREAK~. I didn't dig the resulting angle so much as a double pin is a draw, damn you! I can get into a ladder match between the two, though.



    NWA MIDWEST X DIVISION TITLE MATCH
    MATT SYDAL (champion) v. NATE WEBB




I really like both guys and this turned out really well. Both guys were game and it showed. Just a great spotfest. Probably the best I've seen Nate look live.



    AMERICAN DRAGON v. CHRIS HERO

    Dragon had this fucking awesome cloak, and Hero wore his black outfit.
The cloak was suitably bad assed and Hero's outfit ruled too. Initially I thought this was a little below my expectations, but now that I think about it, I reallllly liked the storyline of this match. Dragon and Hero are equals on the mat, so Dragon starts heeling~ it up to throw Hero off until Hero FUCKING SNAPS which causes him to make that one fatal mistake that Dragon jumps on , because he's American FUCKING Dragon and he rules you. If there's one thing that impresses me the mots out of the million or so things Dragon does well, it's the fact that he can bring the hate to his matches, even when he's wrestling a guy for the first time. I do gotta admit to being bummed when Hero lost, but that's really just a credit to how well these guys did.Hero/Dragon 2 can't come soon enough, but it's not like everybody didn't know that already.



    Intermission was here. I think Lacey may have come out to talk before the intermission, but it could've been after the popcorn match too. Either way, she looked seriously smoking freaking hot and it was announced she'd defend the title against Mercedes Martinez at the TPI. I hope her knee is up for it because I actually like watching her wrestle. We had great seats for that segment, opposite the hard cam. Sadly, I spent most of her promo looking at her ass. I ain't gonna lie.
The Lacey promo was after a match, although I can't remember which one. And yes, Lacey is sooosooo hot.



    I was buying a Dr. Pepper and a hot dog when Ian Rotten came out and announced that they'd found two replacements for Jacobs and Delirious in the Ted Petty: AJ Styles and Super Dragon.

I did call both of theses guys being added, but really who else was going to get added off a 3PW show? Gary Wolfe? Blue Meanie? I really hate Ian now as I was only planning on maybe going to night two if it looked good and then Ian goes and makes the TPI all fucking stacked and shit and now I desperately have to go to night one because Arik Cannon is a mealy-mouthed cocksucker and Super Dragon is going to curbstomp him back to Fuckass, Minnesota. Or something. Oh and Roderick/Joe looks great too. I do have to say that Ian did a great job of making a decent looking tourney into a can't miss event. The 3-way tag looks interesting as well.



    JUSTIN KAGE v. ADAM PEARCE (with Carmine DeSpirito)


I can definitely get into more of both of these guys, especially Pearce and his ruling the fucking world old schoolishness. I wasn't so in love with this for reasons I can;t really figure out. I'd like to see both guys work against guys who work a more similar style to theirs.



    BJ WHITMER & DANNY DANIELS v. NIGEL MCGUINNESS & CHAD COLLYER

    I don't know a whole lot, but I damn sure know Nigel McGuinness is over as hell in Highland. I don't remember much about this match at all because it never, ever clicked. Just damn dull. It was weird during the entrances because Whitmer came out alone, got booed and got lots of heckles about how he's boring, and then Daniels came out as his partner to a face reaction.
Whitmer's starting to get suck heat. Pretty much an angle match, an not a very good one at that. But it turned Danny Daniels, so that's fine by me.



    ARIK CANNON v. HOMICIDE (with B-Boy)



I loves me some surly asskicker Homicide and he brought all kinds of that in this one. I didn't like this as much as Cannon's previous two matches. Cannon did some good stuff, but Homicide was kinda inconsistent in his selling and I didn't really get much of a feel for this match besides Homicide beating the shit out of Cannon. The post match angle was initially confusing, as I thought for sure that Hero was about to turn. I do like how the keep building the audience's desire to see Cannon get destroyed, and Super Dragon is another great choice of an opponent for Cannon.



    STEVE STONE v. IAN ROTTEN


BRUTALITY~. I dug this a whole bunch. The resulting angle was executed perfectly and was a great way to placate the fans who really don't like the NWA.



    B-BOY (with Homicide) v. CM PUNK

    Punk was working both heel and face again here and part of what's bothering me about his IWA matches is him walking the line like that, it makes it hard for me to figure out what he's going for. Which maybe shouldn't be a problem and probably just makes me a dork, but it hurts the enjoyment of the match for me.
Yeah it definitely hurt the quality of this one especially since Punk was doing some quality heeling. Underwhelming is the best way to describe this one. For some reason I do love the fact that Punk won with the torture rack. Probably because it pissed people off. Work those marks Punk!


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