I'm just doing this straight from youtube. And yes, that's the name of the promotion.
|"Do it again" - the kid watching the match|
|"These girls have a lot more trust in the fans than I do" - Me|
Thunder Rosa beat Shotzi Blackheart with a version of Phillip J Fukumasa's Buckingham Drop. I absolutely loved the fancam presentation of this match with no commentary In this day in age with HD, I think fancams are a lot more relevant. I could hear every bump. I could hear the wrestlers talk trash and I could hear the wrestlers interact with the crowd. I loved that. I felt a part of the match and felt I had the best seat in the house, which was great.
As for the match, it honestly wasn't bad at all. The girls did have a bit of awkwardness/greenness to their moves, as only the American female wrestlers seem to have. I have no idea what this is or why it happens, but it seems to be an American female only problem. Is it a lack of training or practice? Is it a lack of strength? I don't know, but it did hurt the match a bit.
I really liked it overall though. The girls worked the crowd, jarred with each other and a lot of the moves were definitely connecting. Rosa's llave style moves are very refreshing and I think both wrestlers look like superstars. Shotzi got a few submissions in there as well and I can't think really think of a ton of critiques here minus the greenness. They also ripped each other on the mic pre-match, giving something to make you care here and then talked a little after, but it was hard to pick up what was said.
This is on youtube and I really recommend checking this out if for nothing else than the presentation style. I've always loved the fancam style and they really hit it out of the park here.