Classic Show of the Month

Ring of Honor “Best in the World 2011” Review

Ring of Honor was in a very interesting position in the summer of 2011. At the end of May, it was announced that Sinclair Broadcast Group purchased the wrestling company in hopes of turning it into more than just a small, independent promotion. Though the announcement seemed like the preverbal reset button, the stories in …

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SHIMMER Volume 6 Review

With only six months under its belt as a wrestling promotion, SHIMMER was plugging along quite nicely by the spring of 2006. The all-women’s wrestling company had not only attained a consistent following in its home area, but also started garnering attention from wrestling fans looking for something different in their women’s wrestling. Thanks to …

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ECW Cyberslam 1999 Review

Extreme Championship Wrestling had a way of making its fans feel one with the company. One of the best examples of this was its annual “Cyberslam” event where the fans had the opportunity to meet and greet their favorite (and maybe not-so-favorite) extreme grapplers before watching some of the action ECW was known for. To …

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TNA Destination X 2005 Review

In 2005, Total Nonstop Wrestling was riding high thanks to the transition between weekly pay-per-view events and the company’s signing with Fox Sports Net to broadcast an hour-long television show, “Impact”. Replacing the weekly PPVs was a monthly three-hour event featuring TNA’s best. And for many fans, the best thing TNA had to offer was …

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WCW Superbrawl IX Review

Coming into World Championship Wrestling’s annual February event, the company was at a crossroads featuring two of the biggest names in wrestling history. Hulk Hogan’s time as wrestling’s top bad guy was dying a slow, painful death. Ric Flair had become the President of WCW and was looked upon as the savior that company had …

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