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RStrawsma

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You know the drill.

Thoughts. Opinions. Best matches. Surprises. Interesting plot developments. All criticism is expected to be constructive if not praising or positive.
 

FrankieScott

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Overall, It was a very good show. 8 out of 10.

I know what it sounds like... and I also know I haven't made many strides to change the situation for any fed I go to. But, Damn. I'm tired of opening up the show. Curtain Jerkers can kiss my ass.

I enjoyed Frankie vs. Omega very much. Whoever wrote the match... Good job. But, I think Frankie posing for the crowd at this point in his career where he is now trying to prove that he belongs in EPW should probably not happen until he feels that the fans as well as the guys in the back believe in him. I did like the brass knucks to give him an edge to get 'Barb" back in his possession. The angle continues...

I don't know Jared Wells from H.G. Wells or even former MLB pitcher, David Wells... but making his presence known in EPW was a good read. The angle makes you feel like this group will be EPW's Main Event Mafia. :cool:;)

The Main Event was worthy of an actual PPV match. Over the top... but original in thought. The use of Instant replay was the best.

Thanks again to all the writers and thinkers. Can't wait for the next show!
 

BarryClarkJr

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The sad thing is we really had The Anthology angle in the works for awhile. Way before Main Event Mafia. One night Tom IM'ed me and said TNA just ripped us off. :p True story.
 

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Great show, lots of big suprises and well-written matches. I'm obviously disappointed with the way the final match turned out, but it's not like I lost to a schlub. Congrats again, Jay, you deserved it.
 

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I did a review on Fusenshoff's blog as well as Wrestler of the Month and Featured Promo of the Month.

http://fusenshoff.blogspot.com

Please take a look. I try to mention everyone when I write them, but this one got a little long.

Also, I miss the Wreslter of the Night, Match of the Night, Seg of the Night, Line of the Night feedback format.
 

jayshort

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Great show, lots of big suprises and well-written matches. I'm obviously disappointed with the way the final match turned out, but it's not like I lost to a schlub. Congrats again, Jay, you deserved it.

It gets to be a little tough at times, when you're giving your all and come up short. I had about a seven or eight match losing streak, and with each loss it became more and more frustrating, and, even though we know this is a game, it's a game we still want to excell at, and be the very best. Each loss made the next match more important.

These last two matches with you completely drained me. You did a great job. You definitely deserve to be EPW champ(which you will be again), and it's one of those situations where it sucks that somebody has to lose. If it means anything, I asked Dave to job Trip to JA before the RP period even started, and told him that I'd still RP my ass off for the match like we never had the conversation. I felt like it'd be good to have the main event go in a different direction, and have Trip focus on the tag scene with The Stalker. He - sensing that I was going through - told me he'd much rather have the title match be based off of RP, which I understood. He also pointed out, that as a result of all of the losing, I kinda took my character off the deep end, which was totally true. I tried to lighten him up in our thread and take him in a different direction than the brief back and forth on the Air Time board.

I honestly didn't know who'd win, and read that match biting my nails. I'm sure JA and Trip will see each other often, in a main event type setting, with a big boy belt on the line. Keep your head up. You did your thing. Thank you for pushing me, and being so classy about it.

Jay
 

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That was one hell of a pay-per-view. I think it had a real big pay-per-view feel to it. I am glad there were not a lot of segs because the ppv should be about telling a story with wrestling instead of bombarding the airwaves with segs. That's what the weekly shows are for.

The main event was incredible. I don't know who wrote it but whoever wrote it did an excellent job. Usually I can tell who is going to win a match in the middle but this match kept me on the edge of my seat. Congrats to Tom and J for one hell of a match.

The introduction of another stable was interesting. I had no clue who Jared Wells was but his promo gave us a little background on him. I think whatever this new group has planned for EPW won't be anything nice.

The Tag Team title match was a good read with Beast going at it alone. You know you can't trust Miles. I am looking forward to seeing what will happen when Beast and Miles are face to face again.

The storyline between Fuse and Stalker has me very intrigued. Stalker is a grade A nutjob and the things that he is putting Fuse through can't be legal. Anyway the match was good and with Stalker and Stevens forcing Fuse to tag with them on next Aggression, I am wondering if Fuse's deep inner turmoil will come to a head in this match.

Good to see D Stone in a ring again. I know what Karsten is capable of once he puts his mind to something. I can't wait to see what Stone has in store for EPW.

The Omega/Scott match was a good read also. I like the feud the two are having. I think that Omega may be bringing something out of Scott that people may not have seen before. I really hope people enjoy this feud because I am doing something totally different with Omega than what I normally do. He is definitely an interesting character to write.

Can't wait for Aggression 40.
 

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First off, congrats to all the victors of the PPV!

I thought the Main Event was a great read. The idea of using the Instant Replay at the end definitely got me thinking about the possibilities. I thought JA might get "screwed" by being the first to touch the floor, and the refs blowing the call.. which is somewhat realistic. heheh. But I thought the way it ended was great, with the rest of the match being top notch writing. Props to the author.

I'm also interested in the Stalker/Fuse angle. I can tell there's going to be some f***ed up, good stuff developing there.

I had a feeling Miles would leave Beast to get beat at some point in the tourney, but once they reached the finals, I wasn't sure. Looks like things will heat up there, too.

Overall, I thought the card did a good job of getting sparks further flying, or started flying. The Anthology can add something new to The Fallen's stable angle, and make some noise in general, too.

Great job to the writers and RPers. Apologies to Dan and Adam for not really showing for this one. I guarantee Tact will be back on the scene asap!
 

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Top to bottom amazing card. I am really looking forward to the development of Omega as another EPW nut job.

I am also extremely excited about the new stable that is forming. I think it will set us in a nice new direction if it works well.

The card did have a very good pay-per-view feel to it, which was exciting. So many stories to develop, so many directions to go it's hard to focus on one good thing when everything is looking this good.
 

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Good to see D Stone in a ring again. I know what Karsten is capable of once he puts his mind to something. I can't wait to see what Stone has in store for EPW.

I do agree. I just hope I can keep my head in the game long enough to make an impact.

As far as the PPV goes, the only thing that I thought went bad was my promo. I still thought it was a three-way-match. Guess I must pay attention more. Other than that, that was a good PPV. Lots of things to digest and think about for the next show.

K
 

DBrunkGXW

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I do agree. I just hope I can keep my head in the game long enough to make an impact.

As far as the PPV goes, the only thing that I thought went bad was my promo. I still thought it was a three-way-match. Guess I must pay attention more. Other than that, that was a good PPV. Lots of things to digest and think about for the next show.

K

In your defense, I think you actually sent that in before it was changed. I meant to edit that for you. So it's not really your fault.

Sorry about that.

Still, people seem happy to see you. :)
 

jayshort

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Jared Wells intrigued me.

Damian Stone coming back wasn't a surprise considering we all saw Karsten on the boards, but it was still welcomed, considering Karsten is a familiar face from back in the day, and I'm always happy to see characters I'm familiar with, to see their progression and how the writers have evolved.

Omega vs. Frankie Scott was a great opening bout, and I love the fact that there will be a continuation of it. I like Omega being crazy and delusional. It's a throwback to the old days when characters were crazy and you believed them. For some reason, when I read an Omega post, I believe him. Great job, Eduardo. :)

Can anybody beat The Forsaken? :confused:

It's no secret how big of a Felix Red fan that I am, so I look forward to any and all Forsaken matches/segments/confrontations.

I'm biased but I love the Stalker. I also fell in love with the Fusenhoff character. Especially his personal life. His strengths, his weaknesses, his faults. He's quickly becoming one of my favorite characters. To see the Stalker more interested in making Fusenhoff be who he wanted him to be, a person who'd ignore his morals for the opportunity to first degree murder Stalker, makes you wonder how crazy the Stalker really is.

Great match. And, I'm excited about what it'll lead to, and happy to be apart of it.

Stevens vs. JA was a great match. A match that had unbelievable circumstances, that were described to a T, in a way that allowed us to follow along easily. That was one of the best matches my character has ever been in, if not the best, and I appreciate whomever the writer was for making Trip and JA look so strong. And, I'm also excited about another opportunity to handle the EPW champ, and hopefully this time I do it right.
 

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