Fighting Spirit Unleashed Live Coverage – The Golden Lovers Vs Kazuchika Okada and Tomohiro Ishii

Fighting Spirit Unleashed

Check out our Fighting Spirit Unleashed play by play with the Golden Lovers facing off against Kazuchika Okada and Tomohiro Ishii in the main event.

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ROH Death Before Dishonor Live Coverage – Jay Lethal Vs Will Ospreay

Death Before Dishonor

Check out our ROH Death Before Dishonor live coverage featuring New Japan and ROH on the same card.

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ROH Best In The World Live Coverage – Christopher Daniels Vs Cody Rhodes

best in the world

Check out our Best In The World live coverage.

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ROH/NJPW War Of The Worlds Live Coverage

War of the Worlds

Follow along with our War Of The Worlds live coverage.

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Global Wars Night 1 Play By Play

Global Wars Night 1

We have coverage of ROH and New Japan’s combined show, Global Wars Night 1.

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TNA Lockdown Review

TNA’s annual all still cage PPV is in the books and like every one before it, it shall remain very memorable in TNA’s history books. There were a variety of changes done to the card before hand but in the end, it turned out better than advertised.

One thing I wanted to mention was my opinion of the setup. I always believed that PPVs should look different than tapings and while tonight’s crowd separated them, I felt TNA could have done more with the stage, and ropes.

CAGE MATCH: LETHAL LOCKDOWN ADVANTAGE
Rob Van Dam defeated James Storm to earn his team the advantage.

Going in, I really questioned what chance James Storm had against the “Whole F’N Show” since RVD is so much higher on TNA’s pecking order. RVD kicked things off strong by knocking the cage door into the face of Storm then moments later jumping from the cage wall to the outside. RVD was bloodied (a common theme in tonight’s show) moments later. A very solid outing in spite of both men having to compete twice in tonight’s show. RVD picked up the win with a Five Star Frog Splash.

3 out of 5

CAGE MATCH: XSCAPE RULES
Homicide defeated Brian Kendrick, Alex Shelley and Chris Sabin to advance to the X Title Match later tonight

This was originally a tag team match but was changed as a result of the X Division Championship Match being changed. (More on that later) I felt like this match benefited from the change as beforehand there was no reason for these four to go at it. This should have been better than it was but wasn’t given enough time to develop. Kendrick got busted open then screwed over by Homicide, who escaped the cage to win and advance to the X Division Championship Match.

2 out of 5

STEEL CAGE
Kevin Nash defeated Eric Young


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