-The production quality is better than expected for a home production -Some of the moves were competently executed -I enjoyed that you apparently filmed this in my dad's basement. -As far as fake Indy wrestling titles go, yours is not the worst I've seen -Conceptually the masked referee is the worst and greatest thing ever
-Anybody who knows anything about me will tell you that I'm no proponent of the "big man" in wrestling, but I will say that it doesn't exactly get me to take you seriously if the three wrestlers you show look like you caught them on their lunch break from Orange Julius. I think the referee might be more intimidating. I realize you just might not know anybody who is over 6' and 150lbs, but it's still hard for any actual wrestling fan to take seriously. -The announcing is really grating. This is a very common problem with homespun promotions, but the color guy is annoying (and not in a "good" heel annoying way) and the play-by-play guy spends too much time trying to do color and not doing a good job of it. -The "crowd" really detracts from the show. If you're going to film your show in my dad's basement, fine, but it would probably come off better without a crowd. Your buddies trying to react/heckle/scream at the camera microphone just serves to amplify the fact that nobody is actually at your wrestling show. -I appreciate the fact that you have "backstage segments" and "storylines." If I were 17 again and making up my own wrestling promotion, that'd probably be the first (and only) thing I'd work on. The fact that they're not really any good isn't your fault, but they're not. Maybe they'll get better.
Overall, this promotion is exactly what I'd invisioned WWE to be when I wrote the RAW Satire. 10 stars.
And god i wish that was my dad's basement haha. Thats a storage locker type of place that the guy we rent from got ahold of. in Season 6 he actually moved to a great looking place so it makes a real big difference in the quality.
also relevant, you can see Herb Kunze slowly lose his patience with the direction that the WWF went in back in the late '90s. Also, the podcast Joe vs The World has some really good retrospectives of WWF for 1990 through 1992.