After the scene setter, there's a Warryr-iffic promo form Dynamite Davey Richards...or is it now the Ultimate Richards?
Match 1: The Ultimate Dave Richards vs Ice
The announcers play up a concussion Richards had gotten in a match with Asian Cougar (Cooger, whateveh), and that Richards has been acting weird lately. Ice is pretty fair, does some nice chain work, but he's not the one who did the promo before the match so guess who wins.
Match 2: Sweet Daddy Devastation vs Seth Knight
The words "Space Tornado Ogawa" are mentioned, whatever the hell that means. If you've been playing along at home, count the number of wrestling names dropped by Mauro Ranallo during this broadcast. Don't use it as a drinking game, or you'll pass out. Knight is a solid wrestler, had a good match with Richards a couple weeks ago, but Devastation pulls it out with a rather anti-climactic finisher compared to what had already been done in the match.
Match 3: TRW Tag Titles: Nelson "Bomber" Creed and Layne Fontaine (champs) vs The Glamour Order of Discipline, "Gorgeous" Michelle Starr and "Mr. Beefy Goodness" Vance Nevada (with Disco Fury)
Nevada has eschewed the "Beefy" tights for a more mundane "Vance". Creed and Fontaine are an extremely good team in my opinion, very good teamwork, a lot of old school single-body-part work. They don't go for the unnecessary flying around though they show the ability to do some of that. I guess that's why I've enjoyed these TRW shows, they are more "wrestling logical" than most. Though I don't like the finish, things are set up for a run here between these teams. Nevada is very very good, Starr is a veteran and Disco Fury is a good weasel.
Match 4: TRW Heavyweight Championship: "Rocket" Randy Tyler (with Mike D)(champ) vs Kurt Sterling
The opening graphics call it the "Haveywieght" Championship. Is this that weiurd Canadiun speulling agaiun?
The Count after a Tyler bulldog: "That was one of the best looking running bulldogs I have ever seen from any athlete ever in the history of everything."
Solid little match, Tyler is quite good at the cowardly heel champ role. Ending left a lot to be desired, but that's what it was supposed to do. Odd ending sequence with a tag match tease, then the show abruptly ends.
(edited by Eddie Famous on 18.10.05 1818) As of 2/28/05: 101 pounds since December 7, 2004 OFFICIAL THREE-MONTH COUNT: 112 pounds on March 9, 2005 OFFICIAL SIX-MONTH COUNT: 142 pounds on June 8, 2005 As of 9/26/05: 170 pounds "I've lost a light heavyweight"
Man I'd be going to see these guys as often as I could afford it. I enjoy then quite a bit.
As of 2/28/05: 101 pounds since December 7, 2004 OFFICIAL THREE-MONTH COUNT: 112 pounds on March 9, 2005 OFFICIAL SIX-MONTH COUNT: 142 pounds on June 8, 2005 As of 9/26/05: 170 pounds "I've lost a light heavyweight"
I was actually surprised to see Godfather do the leg drop last night. Especially after it was used by Hogan in the nWo beatdown. The pimp's going to have to lose the move soon. By the way, I hope Bradshaw's not too attached to the fallaway slam.