As I start this post, this was the only results post on you-know-what page:
Hey Dave. I’m sure you’ve probably gotten match results from others (and lord knows I don’t remember them), so I’ll just give a few notes from the show:
–Place was PACKED. I’d say at least 3/4 of the people there were standing. Made it impossible to see what was happening when they fought outside the ring (which they did in every match).
–It was definitely a bit of an older crowd compared to old ECW shows back in the day. It basically looked like everyone from the old days had grown up; not a lot of kids or teens there. I was actually quite surprised how many guys had attractive girls there with them. Not something I saw a lot of back in the day at ECW shows. Hey good for them!
–The show did start late. They aired a video package in tribute for all the wrestlers who have died in the last decade and then a taped promo by Douglas but the sound wasn’t working. Nice touch but not a good omen.
–The show started with a tag team match with 4 guys whose name I couldn’t hear. Crowd hated it.
–They then did a “match” with 2 more indy guys. One of them was this little tiny Asian guy who took the mic before the match and started talking to the audience in a high-pitched voice that made him sound like William Hung. Then this guy comes from the crowd and told both of the wrestlers in the ring to scram. Nobody had any idea who this guy was. He then called out Shane Douglas, who didn’t show up. Funny thing was that Shane was literally standing right behind us in the crowd.
–Then the “ECW” part of the show started with the FBI vs BWO. Richards, Marmaluke, and Guido were probably the only 3 guys on the entire show in good shape. Match was total comedy. Highlight was Guido and Meanie doing a thumb wrestling war on the mat with the ref giving a 2 count when Meanie had Guido’s thumb down. The same unknown dude from the last segment distracted Richards for the finish. It was never explained who this guy was.
–CW Anderson and Al Snow were next. Anderson looks like he’s about 60 now. Snow was grossly overweight. He was winded just from doing his entrance. Match was a disaster. Anderson put an armbar on Snow no less than 5 times. There were several chants of “Armmmmmmmmmbar” as a homage to the old Chris Jericho “Man of 1004 Holds” promo. Snow beat up Head after the match and then went running back begging for forgiveness, which was actually pretty entertaining.
–The segment with The Gangstas vs Angel was also pretty bizarre. Angel came out asking for someone to be his partner (did Devito no show?) but nobody came. Gangstas then came out (Mustafa looking absolutely huge and not in a good way) and beat him up for 3 minutes before the indy guys from the 1st match came in, beat them up for like a minute, and then left. One of them looked to have gotten into a legit fight with a fan on the way out that was broken up by security, but it was hard to tell. Complete waste of time.
–Somewhere in here they did a planned spot where the ring announcer was making some general announcements, the lights went out, and they brought out a stripper to try and recreate the Kimona Wannalaya strip tease from that time they lost power at the ECW Arena. The stripper basically just writhed around on the mat like a sizzling piece of bacon in a skillet. It was a little weird.
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