- Robb Daniels - Chris Constantine, Jr. - Enforcer - Casey Holliday - Ethan Lucas - Ron Gregory - Matt Ryker - Titus Rush - Masked Hysteria #1 - Masked Hysteria #2 - Lauren Parker - Arch Stanton - Adrian O'Riley - Craig Eaton - Emma Douglas - Dylan Hunt - Steve Fury - Chris Chambers - Rhett Phoenix - Felix Nova - Chris Rivers - Chad Harris - Ron Powers - Johnny Taylor - Ron Powers - Kevin Hamilton - Mike Mitchell - Ryozo - Shioya - Akira Ogawa - David Graham - Steven Graham - Kwame Mekhi
Post by Matt Ryker on May 26, 2020 16:51:32 GMT -5
Another fantastic show. This show was another show that felt like we're seeing something special. All the matches were great. All the segments pushed all the stories along nicely toward the PPV. Biggest shock would be Lauren destroying the TV title. That was great. I couldn't believe it when I read it. Nicely done. Arch & Robb going to a draw. Great call to push Arch along. Nothing to complain about this show. Another great show. Overall rating 9.8/10.
Post by Robb Daniels on May 26, 2020 20:20:05 GMT -5
Magnificent Memorial Day Weekend show! All the matches were written with a bigger picture story in mind you could tell. Nice to see Arch Stanton our the World Champion on notice with a broadway. Chris Constantine Junior bounces back with a win not to mention some good news in the Command Center post of a rematch with Daniels. Enforcer and Emma Douglas has got me intrigued with each of their encounters. Arch Stanton’s Television Championship was destroyed. This is something different than what Jay has done in the past so I was surprised to see it but it was a good surprise. Jay has always held championships up on a pedestal so it did surprise me to see one be damaged possibly destroyed. Casey Holiday and Campbell Chase doing work as usual. This is the most excited I’ve been for UWL in a long time. I want to see everybody do well and enjoy themselves. 9/10 always room for improvement.
A lot of action, good show. Great progression toward the PPV. I loved how the stories are moving along. Jay really has gotten to show his chops booking wise since the move to a angle e-fed last year. All the matches were well written, solid action.
All the shows have me pumped to see what's going to happen next. 9/10.
Last Edit: May 29, 2020 21:17:08 GMT -5 by UWL Office
Post by Karter James on Jun 5, 2020 2:12:42 GMT -5
Damian vs Patti Rose
Quick, short match. Makes sense for early in a match. Inside cradle wins always work well early in a card. Without knowing Damian's record history and matches, so maybe the "impressive win" thing is lost on me? I am sure I will learn more as I go along.
Patti Rose Segment
I am a little confused. She called out two people but said a one-on-one match? But I did enjoy it.
Dennis Stowand vs Reggie Ross
Another quick match. Early match and appears to be Reggie's second match. So I get it. Interested to see how these talents play out later in matches higher up the card.
Tag Team Segment
Good classic tag team heat. I love the twist by the other team showing up. A great build to the PPV.
The Graham Legacy vs. Lightening Express
Nice solid tag team match.
I love the way his language is written, like you can "hear" him and the way he talks. Good, solid promo.
Campbell Chase vs Adrian O'Riley
Again the "Impressive win" phrase was used. Maybe give the commentators some character to them? Another quick match.
Robb Daniels Segment
Solid "stable building" sort of segment. I subscribe to kayfabe a bit and think using the word stable in character is a bit meh, but I know everyone has different tastes.
Dylan Hunt vs Emma Douglas
Again the use of "impressive win". For this far in the card, I am seeing more of a formula with match writing. If this is the norm, then forgive me. But it feels very much of the same thing. Perhaps add in more pin attempts, near falls, etc? Just my two cents.
Emma Douglas Segment
A good angle building, scuffle type of backstage segment.
The Fantastic Ones vs Masked Hysteria
This match was a little more involved. You tend to have more to work with or write with tag teams. Again with the "impressive win".
Kevin Hamilton and Mike Mitchell Segment
A great fake out hand shake to attack segment. Pure and simple, builds more story.
Autumn Raven vs Lauren Parker
Again, another formula based match. Perhaps mix it up somehow? Add dashes of something else in here? Perhaps some commentary that builds feuds or stories. Some history in depth of a character. "That was a impressive win."
Casey Holliday Segment
LOVE the segment. Love the apologies list. A creative segment!
Enforcer vs Casey Holliday
"That was a impressive win!" I feel like so much could be spiced up.
Campbell Chase Segment
I like a good stolen belt segment. A bit more build here would have been nice, but it served its purpose.
Robb Daniels vs Arch Stanton
A great back and forth. I like the commentary a bit more in this contest. It built the characters more. The ending was great. And another title being stolen.. it is clear who is running the show in UWL right now.
Short and sweet. But it was a great post-match segment. It gives reason as to why she stole the belt. Love it.
Matt Ryker vs Chris Constantine Jr
Logan Acker uses the phrase "one of the top faces", if he is speaking of babyfaces... I feel like kayfabe is breaking here and it makes me twitch. Good, solid match. Perhaps a bit more to the end of the show? Describe things a bit more? But it worked.
Please DO NOT take my criques too harsh. Just some outsider perspective. I am not sure of the writing scheme of the shows or how things work around here. Some good stuff, and there is a solid basis there. I think the commentary could be spiced up. Get more in depth. Vary things a bit more. It felt almost copy and paste. THe overall flow was not bad. Repeating the "impressive" phrase was very copy and paste. Maybe color code the results a bit more to make it pop more? One color for actions and one for words? I've run feds, written matches, and roleplayed for nearly 20 years. I know everyone runs things their own way, and I am here regardless. Just wanted to offer some thoughts.