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They’re a pair of good old fashioned redneck boys who like nothing more than kicking ass and winning titles, and that’s something they’ve been doing in Ring of Honor for over a decade now. Now ROH have paid tribute to “dem boys” once more with another DVD compilation in the form of The Briscoe Brothers: Sandy Fork Originals. And as is the custom with these things we’re starting right at the beginning with…. Disc One March 2nd, 2008 Our boys have travelled into Pro Wrestling NOAH territory as they challengeRead More
Progress Wrestling is on the agenda once more as we take a look at Chapter Nine of their ongoing saga, with Doug Williams challenging Rampage Brown for the title in the main event of Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kick Me, Kill Me. Disc one began with Tommy End taking on Dave Mastiff. This was a pretty impressive opener, especially when you consider that Dutch star End came in as a very, very late replacement for the injured Jimmy Havoc. It began with a nice exchange of hold before Mastiff showedRead More

Posted On March 14, 2014By Julian RadbourneIn Columns

The Two Sheds Review: TNA Lockdown

It’s time to step into TNA territory once again as we take a look at their first major pay-per-view of the year, Lockdown, shown this past Wednesday night on Challenge here in Britain. With all the matches inside the confines of the steel cage the show began with six man action as Bad Influence’s Frankie Kazarian and Christopher Daniels, along with Chris Sabin, faced X Division Champion Sanada, Yasu and the Great Muta. If this is what we’re going to get from TNA’s new working relationship with Japan’s Wrestle-1 thenRead More
British wrestling is on the agenda once again as we make a return journey to the world of Progress Wrestling and the promotional debut of a former TNA star, among other things, as featured on the DVD release of Chapter Eight: The Big Boys Guide to Strong Style. Disc one began with former TNA star (but not the one I was talking about) Mark Haskins of the Screw Indy Wrestling faction taking on Stixx. We had lots of posturing at the beginning of this one, with Haskins threatening to doRead More

Posted On January 17, 2014By Julian RadbourneIn Columns

The Two Sheds Review: TNA One Night Only: Hardcore Justice

It’s time to step into the Impact Zone…..oh wait, I can’t use that line now. Anyway, we’re heading into TNA territory as we take a look at the latest of their One Night Only shows, Hardcore Justice, shown this past Wednesday night on Challenge here in Britain. The show began with Ethan Carter III taking on Tommy Dreamer in a tables match. As far as show openers go this wasn’t too bad. There was the obligatory chain wrestling at the beginning before the action momentarily spilled out to the floor.Read More