Limitless Wrestling is one of the top independent wrestling promotions in the United States. This Friday, March 19, will be one of the most important nights in its six-year history. Double Vision will air exclusively on IWTV’s streaming service. The eight-match card will feature Christian Casanova defending the Limitless World Championship against Daniel Garcia. The hook: This will be Christian Casanova’s final independent wrestling match as he recently signed a WWE contract.
Christian Casanova has stated that win, lose, or draw, the title stays in Limitless Wrestling after Double Vision. Daniel Garcia is a traditionalist who believes a champion shouldn’t leave until they lose it in the ring. Now known as August Grey, Anthony Greene vacated the Limitless World Championship when he signed with WWE last summer. Garcia is determined to keep history from repeating itself.
Based in the Pine Tree State of Maine, Limitless’ features some of today’s best up-and-coming talent. Names such as Donovan Dijakovic (T-Bar), Santana & Ortiz, Jake Something, and many more are currently wrestling on television. August Grey is tearing it up on WWE’s 205 Live and AEW’s MJF is a former Limitless Champion.
Double Vision will boast a 9-match card topped by the aforementioned Casanova/Garcia match, and “Cashflow” Ken Broadway will also be in action.
I’m not familiar with every wrestler on the card; however, I’ve worked with many of them over the years. I’ve booked Alec Price on a couple of my shows. He’s smooth in the ring, the ladies like him, and he gets better with each outing. I haven’t seen him wrestle since the pandemic, but he stayed busy, which means fans should be in for a treat.
I’m very familiar with Rob Killjoy’s opponet, Rip Byson. I’ve booked him on several shows I promoted and called his matches on commentary for years. The dude is strong and can give as good as he can get. Last year, he decided to bet on himself, a scary proposition on the independent scene. I’m happy to see his hard work paying off and can’t wait to see what he brings to Double Vision.
Ashley Vox was in the first women’s match I ever booked, and I’m happy she’s recently found success. Vox appeared in Impact Wrestling’s Women’s Tag Team Title tournament and wrestled on the debut episode of AEW Dark: Elevation. I’ve called a few of Basic Becca’s matches on commentary before the pandemic hit. She was a little green at the time, but she’s grown. Limitless is giving Becca a tremendous opportunity to work with the well-traveled Vox this Friday night.
Davienne vs. Ava Everett caught my eye the moment it was announced. I’ve called several of Ava’s matches on commentary, and she knows how to make an impression with the audience. Davienne is one of the best in New England, regardless of gender. I tried booking her several times over the years, but the stars never aligned as she’s highly in-demand. Double Vision should serve as an excellent showcase for Davienne and Ava.
MSP (Maine State Posse) is wrestling in a triple threat match. I’m not familiar with The Competition, but my sources gave CJ Cruz and Ricky Archer heavy praise. MSP worked on a few of my shows, and fans always asked me to bring them back. They are a marvel to watch in the ring. Aiden Aggro and DangerKid wrestle two different styles individually and work in tandem with a fluidity reminiscent of the great tag teams of the ’80s.
I walked into a House of Glory show in New York to watch The Great Muta and walked out a Ken Broadway fan. He wrestled Rey Fenix in the most high-profile outing of his career. Broadway is a natural-born performer with equivalent athletic ability. “Cashflow” is a late but welcomed addition to the card.
A sign of a good wrestling show is when there are several match of the night candidates on the card. While that’s standard for Limitless Wrestling, there is more on the line this Friday. Christian Casanova’s title defense against Daniel Garcia has garnered a lot of excitement, but there are also local implications. WWE has picked New England clean of most of its top talent. Double Vision is an opportunity for the wrestlers on the show to serve the region by taking the top spots left by those who’ve moved on to the world stage.
Limitless Wrestling returns to IWTV on Friday, March 19th, for #DoubleVision headlined by Christian Casanova vs. Daniel Garcia for the Limitless Wrestling World Championship! Sign up for IWTV using promo code LIMITLESS for a free trial! I can’t watch it on Friday since it’s my 10th wedding anniversary. However, don’t fall victim to spoilers, and watch Double Vision on opening night.
You might even see a mention of Ringside Logic.