Piece of shit can't even post a fucking picture.
This is coming out soon.
The clip of Steen vs. Hero gives me a stonner.
edit: PWG is quickly becoming one of my favourite indy feds.
great card, lookin forward to everything but the legends battle royal lol
looks like a great show
i think the first show with a title like that
was kurt russllemania last year
dont think this is from that show i just love this video
@Necro: PWG has overtaken ROH in my opinion, as it is truly the best Indy promotion today (not that ROH can really be described as an Indy fed these days), I just love that raw feeling I get from PWG, which is what has been missing from ROH for quite a while now.
Yeah, it's debatable whether ROH can be considered a true indy company anymore. I know DOI and some other places tend to scoff at it for being "too mainstream" or whatever.
I've only really seen 2009 and 2010 PWG, but it reminds me of 2004-2006 ROH a bit (in that they care more about workrate and putting on "dream matches" over storylines and taking themselves seriously and whatnot.)
The first PWG show I ever saw was the Tango and Cash tag team tournament 2004.
Here's the list of the teams.
American Dragon and Super Dragon
Apollo Kahn and Sara Del Rey
B-Boy and Homicide
Babi Slymm and Matt Cross
The Ballard Brothers (Shane Ballard and Shannon Ballard)
Chris Bosh and Quicksilver
Chris Hero and CM Punk
Christopher Daniels and The Messiah
Disco Machine and Rising Son
Excalibur and Jonny Storm
Hardkore Inc. (Al Katrazz and Hardkore Kidd)
Havana Pitbulls (Ricky Reyes and Rocky Romero)
The Iron Saints (Sal Thomaselli and Vito Thomaselli)
Los Luchas (Phoenix Star and Zokre)
Puma and Samoa Joe
X Foundation (Joey Ryan and Scott Lost)
This was a mother fucka of a show!!! Check out some of those names!
I've seen most of the Super Dragon and Kevin Steen feud in PWG too, in fact I often use the #1 contenders match to get people into indy wrestling IRL.
Obligatory (3:40 onwards)
That's some card though. I really wish I was into indy wrestling back in the early-mid noughties.
Speaking of tournaments, I have the TPI 2004 downloaded, which has gotta be one of the greatest cards EVER. Watching it as soon as I've caught up with this year's ROH and Chikara events.