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Pro Wrestling Guerrilla: Discussão Geral

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Re: Pro Wrestling Guerrilla: Discussão Geral

Mensagem por Diabo em Sex Dez 01 2017, 23:34

Esse cabrão, no ano passado começou a picar o Hero durante a entradas dos HeD. Pá, óbvio que Hero e End não lhe iam fazer nada, mas ficou num ar uma aura de "este tipo escreveu a sua própria sentença".
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Mensagem por Moore em Sex Dez 01 2017, 23:39

Best of Angry Fan - Vol. I http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x33mcr

Best of Angry Fan - Vol. II
http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x33mh4

Se der para meter vídeos do dailymotion de forma direta, que editem o post, sff.
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Mensagem por Diabo em Sab Dez 02 2017, 17:47

Dia 2:

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Mensagem por DiogoAz em Sab Dez 02 2017, 22:02

Human Tornado 
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Mensagem por Diabo em Sab Dez 02 2017, 22:16

Há uns tempos houve rumor crazy que tinha SIDA, mas acho que foi tudo desmentido.
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Mensagem por Diabo em Sab Dez 02 2017, 22:20



Já agora, um resumo de toda a saga. Reinado de Chris Hero que se seguiu foi na altura o reinado mais longo na PWG - que terminou no último dia de Bryan Danielson na PWG. Acho que apenas Cole, Roderick e Sabre Jr. o ultrapassaram em nº de dias enquanto campeão.

Candice Le Rae had been Human Tornado’s partner for a long time in PWG. Months before this event, Human Tornado defeated Joey Ryan and won the PWG World Championship. Just one month later, he lost the belt, laying the blame solely on the shoulders of Candice. After months of abuse, Candice turned on Tornado, costing him a BOLA First Round Match. After the match, he assaulted Candice, who was saved by Chris Hero. Following this, the two feuded for an extended period of time, having matches that failed to start due to the brawls, and then received a 1 on 1 match against Candice in which Hero interfered. In their first matchup together, Human Tornado stole the win off Chris Hero, then defeating he and Candice in a 6 man tag match. Tornado tore his ACL, but after refusing to relinquish the belt he was ordered to face the #1 contender inside a steel cage, the man who he'd feuded with off and on for a year, Chris Hero. This match is one of the most significant moments in PWG history, considering the pure hatred that was cast at Human Tornado for a long period of time, coupled with Chris Hero and Candice Le Rae's relationship.


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Mensagem por CChris em Sab Dez 02 2017, 22:30

O meu conhecimento da história das indys é reduzido e não fazia ideia de que esta feud tinha existido. Muito bom.
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Mensagem por Diabo em Dom Dez 03 2017, 16:49

Despedida de Kevin Steen



In 2014, after a BOLA match against Johnny Gargano, Kevin Steen was sighted by none other than William Regal, and signed to NXT/WWE. Nothing said ‘PWG’ more than Kevin Steen. He was there from the beginning, his first match being against El Generico in a match that was so good, had it not have been, they maybe never had been asked back. Since then, Kevin Steen went on to hold tag championships, tag with Super Dragon, El Generico, PAC, Adam Cole and the Young Bucks. Kevin Steen also held the PWG World Championship 3 times, and won the hearts of everyone in Reseda with his Mount Rushmore faction alongside Adam Cole and the Young Bucks. Nothing less than a perfect heel, a perfect face, Kevin Steen was everything that not only PWG, but also independent wrestling stood for, and still stands for today. From the beginning of PWG to his leaving PWG, Kevin Steen was beloved by everyone. A consummate professional, Steen faced Trevor Lee in his first singles PWG match, in a losing effort, in one of the upsets of the entire history of the company.


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Mensagem por Diabo em Seg Dez 04 2017, 01:23

Dia 4 - Criação dos Mount Rushmore



Adam Cole was the champion and a heel going into the Battle of Los Angeles in 2013, and Kyle O’Reilly had just won the Battle of Los Angeles for the first time. Their history together is very much storied, coming into PWG as partners as “Future Shock”, before Cole turned into the “Panama City Playboy” and made a run at the title, winning the Battle of Los Angeles the year previously and then taking the belt off Kevin Steen. In mentioning Kevin Steen, he had issues with these members in previous shows, losing the final of the DDT4 teaming with El Generico (who then left PWG) to the Young Bucks, and as mentioned earlier, losing his belt to Adam Cole and failing to regain it. Adam Cole made his way to the ring following O’Reilly’s win, prompting the Young Bucks to run in and attack Kyle O’Reilly as well. This wasn’t too much of a surprise, the men held all the gold in PWG, they were at the top of their game, and it was even previously foreshadowed on the cover of the most recent show – TEN (which prominently features both Cole and the Bucks). The shock and awe of this event, however, is Rick Knox coming down to the ring with a chair, which then brings Kevin Steen from the announcers-booth-shaped-like-a-table to come to the aid of Knox. Shockingly, Steen turns on Knox, turns on the PWG fans, and aligns himself with Cole and the Young Bucks. For months, Kevin Steen had resented the fact that Generico had left and it was no longer about Kevin Steen, it was about El Generico. Not only could he not beat Adam Cole, he also failed to defeat the Young Bucks.
As mentioned in his most famous promo following BOLA 2013, “if you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em.” You could lay claims to the fact that these men, at this point in time when the trigger was pulled, were the most important men in independent professional wrestling, and having them in the same faction all at once against the PWG locker room was nothing less than entertaining.

Promo em que Kevin Steen prevê o futuro.
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Mensagem por Diabo em Ter Dez 05 2017, 01:35



Regresso Supresa no ASW 11

Backstory
On the Christmas shows of mid-December 2015, All Star Weekend nights one and two, PWG fans had no idea what they were going to unwrap as a surprise present. Not one, but two surprises were made those two nights – both involving the lights dimming. In PWG land, this generally means one of two things, Super Dragon is back, or someone’s getting their ass beat. To an extent, both of these things happened at All Star Weekend, but not necessarily by the people involved. The following clips are cut together, but they happen on two separate nights.
Adam Cole made his debut for PWG wrestling alongside Kyle O’Reilly in the team titled ‘Future Shock’. Future Shock had also debuted in Ring of Honor at the same time, and throughout ROH and PWG Adam Cole began to find individual success. In September of 2012, Adam Cole started his “Panama City Playboy” gimmick and entered the Battle of Los Angeles as a heel. Somewhat surprisingly, he won, and became the number one contender to Kevin Steen’s PWG championship. After this win, he attacked Steen and left with the belt. Adam Cole then went on to win the belt and re-align with Kyle O’Reilly for the DDT4 tournament, and after being eliminated from this tournament, Cole went on to defend his PWG Championship successfully against the likes of Kevin Steen, Drake Younger and Sami Callihan, then forming the group “Mount Rushmore” alongside Kevin Steen and the Young Bucks, attacking Kyle O’Reilly after his successful win of the Battle of Los Angeles 2013. Adam Cole then went on to hold the PWG Championship for a record length 426 days, finally losing the belt in a “Knockout or Submission Only” match against none other than his former partner, Kyle O’Reilly. Adam Cole disappeared from PWG for this period of time, focusing his efforts on Ring of Honor’s gold, while in the process gaining an injury that would keep him out of action for some time.
All Star Weekend 11 Night 1
We come to All Star Weekend 11 Night 1, in which the stable of Roddy Strong, Super Dragon and the Young Bucks was dubbed ‘Mount Rushmore 2.0’. At the end of the event, the match set for the following night came to fruition somewhat early, with Candice LeRae, Joey Ryan and Speedball Mike Bailey rushing the ring and attacking Mount Rushmore 2.0 (Super Dragon had sustained another injury). The lights dimmed, and none other than Adam Cole (BayBay) returned dressed as Super Dragon. The somewhat minimal surprise in Excalibur’s voice on commentary dictates that at this point in time, Super Dragon was still ‘somewhat’ around, and seeing him wouldn’t have been much of a surprise, if any at all, especially considering he’d wrestled earlier that year. Thus, we come to the famous commentary call and one of my favourites of all time – “THAT’S ADAM COLE, THAT’S ADAM COLE”. A somewhat dejected and confused Roddy Strong reluctantly accepts Adam’s entry into the group and the new shirt (hence the fans chanting ‘2.1’), and we move into the following night.
All Star Weekend 11 Night 2
At the 2014 Battle of Los Angeles, Kyle O’Reilly suffered a storyline injury at the hands of Roddy Strong, forcing him to leave the tournament. He then defeated Ricochet for the PWG Championship, but a gloating Roddy Strong came out after the match and coaxed O’Reilly into a match following that of his with Ricochet – in which Strong came out victorious, and at the same time turned into one of the best heel wrestlers Reseda had ever seen. With Roddy Strong the champion, Kyle O’Reilly (along with Bobby Fish) made their way over to New Japan and Ring of Honor, winning belts essentially everywhere they went. He wasn’t seen in PWG for the entirety of 2015 after losing the belt to Roddy, until this event. The lights dimmed, and many believed it to be the real Super Dragon this time, but to everyone’s surprise Kyle O’Reilly returned, facing off and standing in the ring alongside his former partner from Future Shock who had attacked him once too many, and the man who coaxed him into losing his PWG Championship, Roddy Strong. O’Reilly returned and much as I mentioned before when the lights turned out, kicked someone’s ass.
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