“Notes In Observance” features random thoughts and analysis on recent television shows.
Moving Forward, Looking Back
– If you’ve been following Pro Wrestling Syndicate, then you’ll know the intertwined history of PWS Champion Mario Bokara, Fallah Bahh and Dan Maff quite well. These three squared off sometime ago in a hardcore rules match for the Championship that stole the show and should be considered a Match Of The Year contender. The match embraced the hardcore in many ways – featuring staple guns, thumbtacks and chairs. Even without the action, the three characters all mesh well together in terms of who they are. You have Bokara, who is tough and technically proficient in the ring. You have Bahh, an utter beast in every sense of the word who could just smash you into pieces with his own body if he felt like it. Then, last but not least, you’ve got Maff, who has more than voiced his passion to become PWS Champion, coming so close many times, but falling short. When these three collide, magic happens. With it set to happen again, you could probably view it as a “throwaway clip show” to feature all three men in their “breakthrough” matches, but it also did an excellent job to hype this big encore.
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.
200th Episode Extravaganza
– With it being the 200th TV episode and go-home show for the Death Before Dishonor iPPV, it made sense for there to be a bold dash of nostalgia and hype, with a fair nod to the past, as matches were shown on TV of past events like The Addiction beating reDRagon for the Tag Team Championships on 4/25/15, Extreme Cage Warfare on 7/26/13, Donovan Dijak-Will Ferrera in the Finals of the Top Prospects Tournament (3/7/15), Tag Wars 2014, Hanson-AJ Styles (11/22/14) and Lance Storm-Mike Bennett (8/4/12).