*The Following Press Release Was Issued By IWTV*
IWTV ANNOUNCES NEXT MAIN STREAM EVENT
IWTV is excited to announce our next Main Stream event will take place on Friday, October 8th at the H2O Wrestling Center in Williamstown, NJ.
The event, currently “Untitled”, will feature matches submitted by IWTV partner promotions and will lead a “Coast to Coast” doubleheader with West Coast Pro streaming later that night live from South San Francisco, CA featuring an international dream match: “Red Death” Daniel Garcia vs Minoru Suzuki!
Tickets for “Untitled” go on sale Friday September 10th at ShopIWTV.com
Also just announced: The day before “Untitled”, Beyond Wrestling’s “Uncharted Territory” returns for a third season!
What’s Streaming On IWTV?
Watch Daniel Garcia vs Minoru Suzuki as part of a “Coast to Coast” doubleheader on Friday, October 8th on IWTV!
By Nicholas Jason Lopez
“Notes In Observance” features random thoughts and analysis on television shows. Quick results can be found at the bottom of the post.
(Aired 3/13/17 On FITE TV)
– Alex Shelley was on commentary with Ian Riccaboni as Coast To Coast (LSG/Shaheem Ali) came out to battle ROH World Tag Team Champions, The Young Bucks. Once YB’s music hit, our hopes of anything purposeful for a CTC push went out the window. With a superkick-tastic pre-taped promo from YB as they hyped their encounter against The Hardys at Supercard Of Honor XI on April 1, it was obvious where this one would go. YB broke out their typical aerial antics along with a few moveset references to The Hardys. Good, subtle stuff. LSG did a sweet corkscrew springboard plancha. CTC did get to do their namesake double team, but in the end of things, the superkicks (way over with this crowd) did them in and a springboard 450 splash won it for YB. Post-match, YB did a Twist Of Fate/Swanton Bomb combo on Ali to send a clear message to The Hardys. We also liked that their post-match ambush style fit into their “rebellious” ways.
By Nicholas Jason Lopez
“Notes In Observance” features random thoughts and analysis on recent television shows. Quick results can be found at the bottom of the post.
Battle Of The Jays
– With Wrestle Kingdom 11 on the back burner (though it aired on Jan. 4 and they’re just giving us the Ring Of Honor followup now), we had a new ROH World Champion and his name was Adam Cole… bay bay. The opening video looked back at Cole’s match with Kyle O’Reilly at WK11 and had him cut a promo over match footage about how “he” effectively concluded the story. Finally, some updated stuff. We were spinning our wheels there.