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Powerbombshells Episode 9: Forbidden Door Dream Matches

For episode 9 of Powerbombshells, we did another livestream. Mel went to her first GCW show, Old Me. She talks about her experience and the matches she got to see. The selling point for her was Minoru Suzuki vs. 2 Cold Scorpio, but look at this stacked card! *TONITE 8PM!* Legends COLLIDE as Minoru Suzuki…

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Scott E. Wrestling’s WrestleMania Weekend Diary – Day 2

The WrestleMania Weekend Diary is back for day two. I’m to finish up all the shows from day one that I missed and then will to what is a stacked day with ROH Supercard of Honor being the best treat of all. Friday: 1:45 a.m. It’s late (early). But I want to watch wrestling so…

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Scott E. Wrestling’s WrestleMania Weekend Diary – Day 1

WrestleMania weekend is always exciting, but this will be the first year since 2019 where it feels right again. It feels as though every wrestling promotion has a show of some sort somewhere in the Texas area. I’m here to do my best and watch as much of the great wrestling as possible and will…

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GCW Welcome To Heartbreak: X-Pac and Joey Janela team up

  The road to The Collective (Dallas) continued on this weekend, as GCW returned to the Ukrainian Cultural Center in Los Angeles, California for a doubleheader affair, featuring shows on Friday and Saturday. Welcome To Heartbreak, which was Friday’s show, was the bigger show of the weekend as it featured the in-ring debut of wrestling…

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Atticus Cogar: The Future of Game Changer Wrestling

Game Changer Wrestling is currently in the midst of their hottest run as a promotion in their seven-year history. The promotion is selling out venue after venue across the United States and is currently led by a great collection of talent that includes Jon Moxley, Nick Gage, Joey Janela, The Briscoes, AJ Gray along with…

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GCW Don’t Tell Me What To Do Review & Results

GCW Don’t Tell Me What To Do show was the second show of another doubleheader weekend in Atlantic City, New Jersey. The ‘Believe Me show, which took place the night before, was an enjoyable show all-around. Don’t Tell Me What To Do had the much weaker card on paper, so I was interested to see…

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GCW Believe Me Recap & Review

GCW returned to Atlantic City this weekend for another set of doubleheader shows. These set of shows follows the Texas shows from the first week of February. The first show, titled Believe Me, premiered on Saturday, February 19 and featured a collection of matches that made the show thoroughly entertaining. There were a few matches…

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GCW If I Die First: Big improvement over Fight Club 2

GCW presented their second event of a doubleheader this past weekend, hosting If I Die First from the Athletic Zone in Dallas, Texas on Saturday, February 5. This event follows up the Fight Club 2 event that took place the previous night in Houston, Texas. Personally, I didn’t care for the Fight Club 2 event…

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GCW/Loko Fight Club 2: Houston recap & review

After a controversial outing at the Hammerstein Ballroom, GCW returned to action for a doubleheader events in Texas this weekend. The first show, that was on Friday, February 4th, emanated from the Houston Premier Arena in Houston, Texas. The event was co-hosted by popular Houston indie Loko Wrestling. The show’s card ended up being vastly…

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The WRLD on GCW Live Coverage – Jon Moxley Vs Homicide

Game Changer Wrestling has gone from a revamped version of Jersey Championship Wrestling to becoming a highlight of WrestleMania weekend with Joey Janela’s Spring Break shows exposing a lot of new eyeballs to now hitting the legendary Hammerstein Ballroom. ECW made the venue famous with pro wrestling, but Ring of Honor has helped carry that…

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