2745970, i did it. best overall AEW PPV in a long long time.|
Posted by cgonz00cc, Sun Sep-05-21 11:11 PM
>on a personal level i really dont want to engage with their
>storytelling. i want to see Punk whip somebody's ass and then
>talk shit about the next person whose ass he's going to whip.
>for that reason, i dont like the babyface matchup here. i
>could honestly see Punk be willing to do the honors here, but
>that doesnt really do anyone any good.
got to see a solid ass whipping and Punk worked just heek enough to create some tension. good stuff.
>im not into this at all. Omega has done very little to
>justify his title reign. this will be his 4th consecutive
>World Title PPV match and the last 3 have all been bad.
>Moxley's typical nonsense didnt help the first one at all, and
>then Callis was involved in the finish. then the exploding
>barbedwire buttfuck match. then a triple threat match that
>had Orange Cassidy injected into it for some reason. now a
>match against a guy who already pinned him despite more
>these are not the big fights that i was lead to believe Kenny
>Omega has, and when Brock Lesnar comes back to get in the face
>of Roman Reigns while Paul E shits himself on the outside...it
>really makes this title reign look amateurish. sucks to say
>but the belt is losing gravitas to me, and that trickles down
>to the rest of the card in any promotion.
>additionally, there is going to be fuckery. i hope im wrong
>but i see this being infested with good brothers & the worst
>of jurassic express.
this had its moments, but it was definitely full of fuckery, with tables very early, a good brothers appearance, and multiple Callis spots that buried the ref. this is not my flavor of main event title match.
>ive never seen a high level championship match where one of
>the competitors hadnt cut a single promo on TV before the
>match. i dont understand this at all. I watch Elevation
>(best show they have imo), Dark, Dynamite, and Rampage every
>week and i have no idea how we got here with this.
i liked this. solid grappling, statlander has a new layer of polish, very good here-to-there title match.
>this...is cool. miro is getting heat with me for thinking
>that this decent gimmick can erase the stench of the one he
>came in with, but im enjoying his time on TV in some form or
>fashion. also, religiosity is not an appealing quality for me
>so Eddie Kingston working as a Nuyorican Richard Dawkins is
>really hitting a sweet spot. "Redeem these nuts" instantly
>slotted in with "I dont need to paint my face to be somebody"
>at the top of the pile for promos in AEW.
>champ retains but this should be fun.
this was two thumbs way up until the finish. the ref is fucking with the ring when he should be counting is bad enough, but if hes gonna throw his body in harms way to protect Miro then he needs to eat steel. it could have ended with a Kingston win at one point that would have been credible and blown the roof off. great match with a flat finish. still overall enjoyable but i dont want ref heat at all. Eddie getting to the ropes is a low key contender for moment on the night.
>Booker of the year couldnt write his way into a feud for this,
>so we have the 50leventh AEW title match determined by
>tournament or battle royale. its going to be a typical Young
>Bucks car crash that brings their opponents down rather than
>building them up, and i wont remember anything that happens 24
>i have no idea how this is going to end but the AEW tag team
>situation is going to continue to be awful until the Young
>Bucks are no longer involved with it. i really couldnt care
whatever, Bucks lost. they pissed on the idea of the cage, so there was that. i guess that will last in my mind but for the wrong reasons.
>this will at least be entertaining. Ruby Soho is obviously
>the surprise entrant bc they have to play her song, but Rancid
>is one of my all time favortie bands and if shes good enough
>for Lars shes good enough for me. Thunder Rosa, Ruby Soho,
>Jade Cargill, Leyla Hirsch are all wrestlers I care about and
>would like to invesst in personally, so Im sure that means Emi
>Lawler....er....Sakura is going to win.
i was into this VERY much. they ladies i liked had fun high spots and the ones that should have kicked ass did kick ass. love Ruby's selling. one of the best battle royales they've done.
>i dont understand why this is on PPV, and I dont understand
>what Moxley's overall raison d'etre is at this point. if he
>knew how to have a "WWE style" main event match in the mold of
>Austin, Punk, Cena, or even Jericho, he would be fucking huge.
>but i dont think thats ever going to happen because he cant
>see the opportunities to be creative presented by the
>constraints of rules and ring dimensions.
this was a good cold match, and im not hating the idea of occupying Jon Moxley with NJPW one offs for the next 6 months.
>hooooo boy you got that right. its almost like they shouldnt
>have started with War Games and done this whole thing
>backwards smh. credit to FTR/S&O for keeping their part of
>this hot, but this has been mismanaged from the get go. the
>labors were more laborious for me than Jericho, and thats
>saying something considering. Y2Js general out-of-breathness
i was ready to eat my words and talk about how much i liked this right up until the finish, a disturbing trend in an otherwise strong show.
>another thing i dont really understand, and i didnt realize
>there was such a clamoring for him to wrestle that he HAS to
>wrestle QT on PPV tonight. someone that could talk couldve
>made this interesting, but that aint QT. he's a silent film
>actor in a talkie world.
i was sufficiently let up.
>>Now the big question is: does Bryan Danielson debut? Are
>>any other big debuts (like Adam Cole)? I don’t think they
>>more than 2 debuts (including Ruby), but who knows?
>i dont know but if he does it would be nice if he did it
>without have an elaborately designed AV spectacle. Road
>Warrior Animal once said his basic tenet of pro wrestling was
>"visualize the shoot, then work it". only Moxley has ever
>worked his "surprise" debut like someone showing up to kick
>ass and chew his last piece of bubblegum without making it
>about how great the company is.
>i dont know if they think the world is too small to actually
>surprise people anymore, but thats a piss poor excuse for not
>presenting it that way. id much rather they do it Animal's
heavily produced AV packages for both. Danielson's music lends itself well to the situation but it seems too Vaudeville to have so much gaga ready for them right off the bat.
overall tho good stuff with good commentary. finishes left some things to be desired.