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Rev Pro Uprising
Report by Dot Net reader
1. Jay White beat Josh Bodom.
2. Sha Samuels beat Big Damo.
3. The Bruce and Jake McCluskey beat Pj Black and Ryan Smile.
4. Chris Hero beat Marty Scurll.
5. Ricochet beat Pete Dunne.
6. Zack Sabre Jr beat Jeff Cobb.
7. Vader pinned Will Ospreay.
This was my first ever Rev Pro show I have watched, so I was unfamiliar with some of the wrestlers who performed. There was a full house for the show, which I would estimate was between 2,000 and 3,000 fans.
This was the first time I have seen Big Damo and his athleticism was shocking for such a big name.
PJ Black was an unadvertised surprise, which was good as he was the only one in that match I knew.
Marty Scurl vs. Chris Hero was the match of the night it went about 20-25 minutes and they had the crowd fully engrossed in it all the way.
Ricochet vs. Pete Dunne had a very good match. After Ricochet won, he offered a handshake. After Dunne shook it he gave Ricochet a version of a gutwrench powerbomb to loud boos.
Zack Sabre Jr. vs. Jeff Cobb was an odd match. To start with Sabre was cheered loudly and five minutes in the fans started cheering Cobb and when Sabre won he got booed by everyone. After the match, when he was heading up the ramp and Sabre was holding his championship belt up, Marty Scurl came out and held Sabre’s hand up to even louder boos. It looks like ZSJ turned heel here.
The Will Ospreay vs. Vader match was interesting. They brawled up the ramp before the bell. Vader ended up powerbombing Ospreay through a table. Ospreay then crawled to ring to start the match. During the match, Pete Dunne came out to help Vader, which brought out Ricochet to even it up. When Vader won the match, about 95 percent of the arena started chanting “This is bullshit.” That result was not well received.
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