Morrissey and Myers trade shots in the center of the ring until Morrissey outpowers Myers and punishes him in the corner. Morrissey delivers a sidewalk slam and goes outside to set up a table. Myers hits Morrissey with a top rope plancha to prevent the table from being set up.
Commentary says Morrissey is not at 100% due to his match with Wardlow last night on AEW Dynamite.
Myers slides the table in the ring but gets mauled by Morrissey for his trouble. Morrissey pulls another table out from underneath the ring and tries to set it up, but Myers runs interference. Myers finishes setting up the table, gets cut off, and slides out of a powerbomb from Morrissey.
Myers hangs Morrissey out to dry on the apron and is barely able to suplex him back into the ring. Morrissey regains control and attempts another powerbomb until Matt Cardona runs in to make the save. The Major Players hit Morrissey with a double-team vertical suplex.
Morrissey comes back and chokeslams Cardona and Myers at the same time. Chelsea Green runs in and tries to hit Morrissey with the Digital Media Title. Morrissey blocks it and tries to powerbomb Green until Cardona hits Morrissey with the title belt. Morrissey escapes a triple powerbomb attempt from the apron to the table.
Cardona and Myers tried to put the table through Morrissey as he was leaning on the ring post, but Morrissey ducked out of the way. Cardona retreats up the ramp, but Jordynne Grace cuts him off and gives him a spinebuster in the ring. Morrissey gives Cardona a big boot as Grace power bombed him through a table.
Grace chases off Green, and Morrissey hits Myers with a black hole slam and powerbombs Myers over the top rope onto the floor through a table for the win.
Winner: W. Morrissey
The Major Players interrupt a backstage interview with Willie Mack and Rich Swann as they’re reeling from the match with Morrissey. Swann takes exception, and Cardona says maybe he would still be a world champion if he shared the same attitude.
IMPACT Wrestling – 3/31/22: South Philadelphia, PA @ ECW Arena
-The video of Moose spearing Josh Alexander’s wife at Destiney Wrestling over the weekend opens the show. Impact President Scott D’Amore meets Alexander and informs him that Moose is not in the building. D’Amore says the committee is meeting to discuss stripping Moose of the Impact World Championship.
D’Amore says he knows how Alexander feels because he’s known his wife longer than him. Alexander pushes D’Amore against the wall and says he has no idea how he feels and objects to Impact stripping Moose of the title because he needs to be the one to beat him for it.
The show opens with Josh Alexander making a b-line for the Impact Zone. Alexander is furious over Moose going to his home last week. Alexander said he thought he knew everything Moose is capable of and said Moose crossed a line that you don’t cross with his family.
Alexander said as a wrestler, he’s more motivated than ever, but as a husband, he’s going to issue pain like never before and take the one thing in the world Moose cares about, the world championship. Alexander called out Moose.
Moose says Alexander will fail at Rebellion, and he will show his son Chet what an actual role model looks like. That’s all Alexander needed to hear as he jumped out of the ring and attacked Moose. The brawl goes backstage and up to the old eagle’s nest in the ECW Arena. Many wrestlers break it up before both men fall over the balcony, and Moose retreats.
The Lowell Memorial Auditorium hosted yet another historic night of professional wrestling as Cody Rhodes dethroned Christopher Daniels to become the ROH World Champion on Friday night. ROH’s ‘Best in the World’ was a fun pay-per-view event that your boy got to experience first-hand.
Excited fans in long lines and I mean loooong lines, encapsulated the enthusiasm people had for the show. Standing in said lines didn’t do any favors for my knee, but it was worth it thanks to Christopher Daniels.
The Lowell Memorial Auditorium was once again treated to anaction-packednight of squared circle mayhem as Ring of Honor brought their All-Star Extravaganza pay-per-view event to the Mill City. The best way to describe theROHproduct for the uninitiated is to call it pro wrestling with a side of sports entertainment.
WWE’s presentation favors the reverse ideology, but there is a die-hard fan base thatROHcaters to that’s not intoall thepomp, circumstance, and melodrama. The storylines are simple enough to follow, but it’s the matches thatkeeptheROHfaithful coming back for more.
My fellow wrestling promoting partner in crime, Ryan and I attended the show withpiquedinterest since neitherusofgoto Ring of Honor shows that often. In fact, this was only my thirdROHlive experience and my first in twelve years. Plus, some of the biggest moments in wrestling history have occurred in Lowell, and All-Star Extravaganza could provide another. Continue reading “ROH All-Star Extravaganza Review”→