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My Take On 11.15.12: Looking at TNA Turning Point and DGUSA Uprising
Posted by Larry Csonka on 11.15.2012





WELCOME!
Welcome back to the latest edition of My Take On! I have brought back the column this week so that I could catch up on my PPV reviewing, since I haven't had time to do so in the Rs. Today I will be looking at the TNA Turning Point and DGUSA Uprising PPV events. I hope to get to writing about the New Japan Power Struggle 2012 iPPV event for the Monday Rs, and I still have to watch the entire event. As previously mentioned, with my return to writing the Rs on a more regular basis, I have tried to watch as MUCH PPV and iPPV as possible this year. WWE, TNA, ROH, EVOLVE, DGUSA and whatever else I can fit in. Lets get on with the column…






DGUSA Uprising 2012 11.03.12:

By: QUICK RESULTS
* Jigsaw & Fire Ant defeated Arik Cannon & Pinkie Sanchez via pin [***]
* Akira Tozowa defeated Samuray Del Sol via pin [***¾]
* Jon Davis defeated Johnny Gargano via pin [SQUASH]
* Super Smash Brothers defeated Ricochet & Rich Swann via pin [***½]
* Chuck Taylor, Drew Gulak & Orange Cassidy defeated The Scene & Cheech via pin [**]
* Sami Callihan defeated El Generico 2 falls to 1 [***]
* Open The United Gate Title Match: CIMA & AR Fox defeated Genki Horiguchi & Ryo Saito via pin [***½]

QUICK THOUGHTS

And I finally get to the middle event of the three-iPPV weekend from DGUSA, Uprising 2012. The show started off with Jigsaw & Fire Ant defeating Arik Cannon & Pinkie Sanchez. The match was a good, action packed opener, which I feel that you always need on a show. Jigsaw & Fire Ant got the victory, and I have said before and will again, the CHIKARA guys really need to be used more on these shows. I felt that they were a great part of early shows, always show up to work and deliver.

Akira Tozowa defeated Samuray Del Sol in the second match of the night, and in my opinion it was the match of the night. Two talented guys doing the most with the time that was given, and Samuray Del Sol continues to impress in DGUSA and EVOLVE.

Next up was more angle than match, as Jon Davis cut a promo about Champion Johnny Gargano, which led to a very quick non-title match, in which Davis won. The story of Jon Davis is a good one, and his constant promos and destructions of Gargano is good story telling. The squash made sense in the context of what they are doing, and the non-conventional booking was appreciated.

Super Smash Brothers defeated Ricochet & Rich Swann in the third match, and it was another good bout. All four men have worked well for the company, and they provide a lot of fun when they hit the ring. Super Smash Brothers are really a team to watch, either here or in PWG, as they have a lot of buzz and simply keep getting better. This was a good match, but it never hit that next level to be considered great.

Next was Chuck Taylor, Drew Gulak & Orange Cassidy defeating The Scene & Cheech. This was the definition of an average match, and the Scene continues to not be impressive in any way. The Gentlemen's Club (Chuck Taylor, Drew Gulak & Orange Cassidy) is fine, but I just have a feeling that they should be so much more.

Sami Callihan defeated El Generico in the next match, which was a two of three falls match. They had a great match at EVOLVE 13, and I was expecting more of the same here. Unfortunately I felt that it never got out of second gear, as they had a good match, but one that simply felt like a good mid-card match. I simply just never got into it.

The main event was an Open The United Gate Title Match, where CIMA & AR Fox defeated Genki Horiguchi & Ryo Saito. This was a good effort from all involved, but the crowd just wasn't into it, which again has been an issue for DGUSA and EVOVLE. Without that hot crowd, the good action down the homestretch just didn't come off as good as it should have, which is a shame.

At the end of the day it is a fine event, especially for the price, but nothing you have to go out of your way to see. It was filled with solid to good wrestling, but quite honestly, if you are picking and choosing what to spend money on, you can likely pass on the show.

SHOW RATING: 7.0

What the numbers mean…

0 - 0.9
: Torture
1 - 1.9: Extremely Horrendous
2 - 2.9: Very Bad
3 - 3.9: Bad
4 - 4.9: Poor
5 - 5.9: Not So Good
6 - 6.9: Average
7 - 7.9: Good
8 - 8.9: Very Good
9 - 9.9: Amazing
10: Virtually Perfect

As a reminder, this is not a basic "how good was the show" number like a TV show, as I have always felt that a PPV is very different from a regular show. I have always judged PPV on how they built to a match, the match quality, crowd reactions to matches and angles, the overall booking, how the PPV leads into the future, PPV price and so on and so forth. I have added this in here for an explanation since so many have asked, and I have previously discussed it on podcasts. I understand that this may seem different, but that is how I grade. Obviously your criteria may be different.





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TNA TURNING POINT 2012:

By: QUICK RESULTS
- TNA TV Title No DQ Match: Samoa Joe defeated Magnus @ 13:00 via pin [***½]
- Eric Young and ODB defeated Tara and Jesse From Big Brother @ 9:00 via pin [**]
- TNA X-Division Title Match: RVD defeated Joey Ryan @ 8:00 via pin [**]
- Doc defeated Joseph Park @ 12:00 via pin [*]
- TNA Tag Team Title Match: Chavo and Hernandez defeated Daniels and Kaz @ 14:00 via pin [***½]
- Winner Gets a TNA Title Shot, Loser of the Fall Cannot Get a Title Shot Until BFG 2013: James Storm defeated AJ Styles and Bobby Roode @ 17:00 via pin [***¾]
- Kurt Angle defeated Devon @ 12:00 via pin [**¼]
- TNA World Title Ladder Match: Jeff Hardy defeated Austin Aries @ 21:00 [****½]

QUICK THOUGHTS

And now we will discuss the TNA Turning Point PPV. I have to say I am glad I had some time to clear my head to write about this, I was initially upset that I had to cover the event on VERY last minute notice, and I didn't want that to completely cloud my view of the show.

The show started off with a hot start, as Samoa Joe defeated Magnus to retain the TNA World Title. While they have not had the TV title as many feuds, they have done well with the time they have received and they had a good match last month. This month's rematch was better than their BFG bout. They work well together, they worked a great pace and they had the crowd involved well. This was a very enjoyable match, with Joe going over, but Magnus looking strong in defeat.

Eric Young and ODB defeated Tara and Jesse From Big Brother in the second match, and while there was the comedy you'd expect, it was more enjoyable than I thought it would be. Eric Young is just a great pro wrestler, and made sure to allow Jesse to look good. But I will also add that Jesse did perfectly fine in the ring on his first PPV. It wasn't spectacular, and not what I generally like on PPV, but it was solid and entertaining.

RVD defeated Joey Ryan in the third match of the night to retain the X-Division title. It was better than the match they had on Impact, but for a title match on PPV, it didn't do anything for me. I cannot say that I am excited to see the feud continue, and the action was passable, but again, not what you were looking for on a PPV.

The next match saw Doc defeated Joseph Park, in a match that simply went too long. I know some people love the Joseph Park character, and the crowd plays along well enough, but again, as a PPV match, this did nothing for me.

Thankfully the PPV picked up with the tag team title match, as Chavo and Hernandez defeated Daniels and Kaz to retain the tag team titles. They had a good PPV match, and while I think that Kaz and Daniels would be better as the champions, that is a personal thing. I will say that they worked well together, and did a lot to pick up the pace of the PPV, after the show slowed down after a hot start with the opener. This was exactly what the show needed at this point.

In the next match (Winner Gets a TNA Title Shot, Loser of the Fall Cannot Get a Title Shot Until BFG 2013), three of TNA's best hit the ring, and again, they delivered. James Storm defeated AJ Styles and Bobby Roode to earn a title shot, and also, AJ Styles took the pin and received the punishment of no title shot until BFG 2013. Storm took out both men, but then pinned AJ Styles. Storm is the new #1 contender, while Styles is the one that gets the punishment, and they had a very good match and they told a good story. AJ sold the fact that he was "off his game," not only via facial expressions, but also with "intentional slips" and such in his move set. A good match that got a good amount of time to tell the story, and likely set up the neat year long angle of AJ Styles trying to rise to the top once again.

Next up was Devon vs. Kurt Angle, and while I thought in theory that the match was a good idea, it didn't come off all that well. Kurt Angle amps up his game on PPV, and while Devon reportedly tweaked his knee, the facts are that he couldn't keep up and have a "Kurt Angle PPV caliber match." Add into the fact that Aces and 8s appeared, did shit, Angle won and escaped; well, booking wise and wrestling wise, this just didn't work for me.

And then we came to the main event, a rematch from Bound For Glory (which was a pretty damn great match) between Austin Aries and Jeff Hardy. While I have had some questions about Hardy as Champion, the one thing I have always said is that when he is motivated and in his element, he delivers, and along with Aries, they delivered an awesome main event. This match had a good pace, tremendous back and forth action, insane spots and the crowd was loving it. While it isn't the kind of match you want these guys to have all the time, because of the risks, I will not bash it like some have for that. This was simply a great, great main event, and these guys work very well together, delivering back to back main event matches very worthy of their PPV slots.

As an overall PPV, I really enjoyed the show. The show had a hot opener, a good tag title match, a good #1 contender's match and a tremendous main event. While I still have some issues with the TNA product, they delivered once again on PPV, and that is a good thing.

SHOW RATING: 7.5

What the numbers mean…

0 - 0.9
: Torture
1 - 1.9: Extremely Horrendous
2 - 2.9: Very Bad
3 - 3.9: Bad
4 - 4.9: Poor
5 - 5.9: Not So Good
6 - 6.9: Average
7 - 7.9: Good
8 - 8.9: Very Good
9 - 9.9: Amazing
10: Virtually Perfect

As a reminder, this is not a basic "how good was the show" number like a TV show, as I have always felt that a PPV is very different from a regular show. I have always judged PPV on how they built to a match, the match quality, crowd reactions to matches and angles, the overall booking, how the PPV leads into the future, PPV price and so on and so forth. I have added this in here for an explanation since so many have asked, and I have previously discussed it on podcasts. I understand that this may seem different, but that is how I grade. Obviously your criteria may be different.





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YEAR IN REVIEW (PPV) by Csonka:
TOP PPVs:
* New Japan Pro Wrestling's King of Pro Wrestling iPPV - 9.5

* ROH Glory By Honor iPPV - 8.5
* Chikarasaurus Rex: How to Hatch a Dinosaur iPPV 8.4
* TNA Destination X – 8.3
* DGUSA Open Freedom Fight 2012 iPPV - 8.4
* DGUSA Open the Ultimate Gate 2012 iPPV - 8.2
* DGUSA Mercury Rising 2012 iPPV - 8.1
* WWE Extreme Rules - 8.0
* EVOLVE 13 iPPV - 8.0
* ROH Border Wars iPPV - 8.0

* WWE WrestleMania 28 - 7.9
* DGUSA Enter the Dragon Gate 2012 iPPV - 7.8
* DGUSA Fearless 2012 iPPV - 7.7
* TNA Hardcore Justice – 7.7
* DGUSA Untouchable 2012 iPPV - 7.6
* ROH Best in the World iPPV - 7.5
* TNA Bound for Glory – 7.5
* TNA Turning Point – 7.5
* ROH 10th Anniversary iPPV - 7.4
* TNA Slammiversary – 7.4
* ROH Showdown in the Sun: Night One iPPV - 7.4
* EVOLVE 12 iPPV - 7.3
* TNA Sacrifice – 7.2
* EVOLVE 16 iPPV - 7.1
* WWE Money in the Bank - 7.0
* EVOLVE 17 iPPV - 7.0
* EVOLVE 14 iPPV - 7.0
* EVOLVE 11 iPPV - 7.0
* ROH Boiling Point iPPV - 7.0
* DGUSA Uprising 2012 iPPV - 7.0

* WWE Summerslam - 6.9
* EVOLVE 15 iPPV - 6.8
* TNA No Surrender – 6.7
* WWE Night of Champions - 6.6
* TNA Victory Road – 6.5
* TNA Against All Odds – 6.5
* WWE Over the Limit - 6.5

* CZW Down with the Sickness iPPV 5.0
* TNA Genesis – 5.0
* WWE Royal Rumble - 5.0
* WWE Hell in a Cell - 5.0

* WWE No Way Out - 4.9
* WWE Elimination Chamber - 4.0

* TNA Lockdown – 3.0


TOP PPV MATCHES:
* From NJPW King of Pro Wrestling iPPV - Hiroshi Tanahashi vs. Minoru Suzuki [*****]

* From The ROH Showdown in the Sun: Night Two iPPV –ROH Title Match: Davey Richards vs. Michael Elgin [****¾]
* From The ROH Glory By Honor iPPV – ROH Title Match:
Kevin Steen vs. Michael Elgin
[****¾]

* From DGUSA's Freedom Fight 2012 - Open the Freedom Gate Title Match: Johnny Gargano vs. Ricochet vs. Akira Tozawa vs. AR Fox [****½]
* From WWE Over the Limit - WWE Title Match: CM Punk vs. Daniel Bryan [****½]
* From WWE WrestleMania 28 - Hell in a Cell: The Undertaker vs. Triple H [****½]
* From DGUSA's Untouchable 2012 - CIMA and AR Fox vs. El Generico and Samuray Del Sol [****½]
* TNA World Title Ladder Match: Jeff Hardy vs. Austin Aries [****½]

* From The ROH Glory By Honor iPPV – Jay Lethal vs. Davey Richards [****¼]
* From WWE Night of Champions – WWE Title Match - John Cena vs. CM Punk [****¼]
* From DGUSA's Enter the Dragon Gate 2012 iPPV – I QUIT Match: Johnny Gargano vs. Chuck Taylor [****¼]
* From TNA Slammiversary – Tag Team Title Match: Kaz and Daniels vs. Kurt Angle and AJ Styles [****¼]
* From WWE Extreme Rules - World Title Match: Daniel Bryan vs. Sheamus [****¼]
* From DGUSA's Mercury Rising 2012 - Low Ki, BxB Hulk and Akira Tozawa vs. Ricochet, PAC and Mazaaki Mochizuki [****¼]
* From EVOLVE 11 iPPV – Fit Finlay vs. Sami Calihan [****¼]
* From TNA Destination X – TNA Title Match – Austin Aries vs. Bobby Roode [****¼]

* From DGUSA's Freedom Fight 2012 - Samuray Del Sol & El Generico vs. Genki Horiguchi & Ryo Saito [****]
* From TNA Bound for Glory – Street Fight – Bobby Roode vs. James Storm [****]
* From TNA Bound for Glory – World Title Match – Austin Aries vs. Jeff Hardy [****]
* From NJPW King of Pro Wrestling iPPV - Low Ki vs. Kota Ibushi [****]
* From NJPW King of Pro Wrestling iPPV - Kazuchika Okada vs. Karl Anderson [****]
* From TNA No Surrender – AJ Styles and Kurt Angle vs. Christopher Daniels and Kazarian [****]
* From TNA Hardcore Justice – Bound for Glory Series Ladder Match – AJ Styles vs. Christopher Daniels vs. Kurt Angle vs. Samoa Joe [****]
* From TNA Hardcore Justice – TNA Title Match – Austin Aries vs. Bobby Roode [****]
* From DGUSA's Enter the Dragon Gate 2012 iPPV - Open the United Gate Tag Team Title Match: AR Fox and CIMA vs. Rich Swann and Ricochet [****]
* From WWE Extreme Rules – John Cena vs. Brock Lesnar [****]
* From WWE Money in the Bank- WWE Title Match: Daniel Bryan vs. CM Punk [****]
* From WWE Extreme Rules - WWE Title Match: Chris Jericho vs. CM Punk [****]
* From EVOLVE 11 iPPV – Low Ki vs. El Generico [****]
* From EVOLVE 13 iPPV – El Generico vs. Sami Calihan [****]
* From DGUSA's Untouchable 2012 - Open the Freedom Gate Title Match – Johnny Gargano vs. Akira Tozowa [****]
* From DGUSA's Mercury Rising 2012 - Open the Freedom Gate Title Match – Johnny Gargano vs. Masato Yoshino [****]
* From DGUSA's Open the Ultimate Gate 2012 - Open the United Gate Tag Title Match: Chuck Taylor vs. Johnny Gargano vs. Ricochet and Masato Yoshino [****]
* From DGUSA's Open the Ultimate Gate 2012 – Akira Tozowa vs. Masaaki Mochizuki [****]
* From WWE WrestleMania 28 - WWE Title Match: CM Punk vs. Chris Jericho [****]
* From The ROH Best in the World iPPV - Hybrid Fighting Rules: Adam Cole vs. Kyle O'Reilly [****]
* From The ROH Showdown in the Sun: Night One iPPV – Last Man Standing Match – Kevin Steen vs. El Generico [****]
* From TNA Sacrifice – AJ Styles vs. Kurt Angle [****]
* From TNA Destination X – Last Man Standing Match - AJ Styles vs. Christopher Daniels [****]
* Chikarasaurus Rex: How to Hatch a Dinosaur iPPV – Ladder Match: Gran Akuma vs. Icarus [****]
* From EVOLVE 17 iPPV – Samuray Del Sol vs. El Generico [****]
* From EVOLVE 15 iPPV – Samuray Del Sol vs. El Generico [****]
* From EVOLVE 14 iPPV – Samuray Del Sol vs. El Generico [****]
* From DGUSA's Enter the Dragon Gate 2012 iPPV – I QUIT MATCH: Johnny Gargano vs. Chuck Taylor [****]
* From DGUSA's Enter the Dragon Gate 2012 iPPV – Open the United Gate Tag Team Title Match: AR Fox and CIMA vs. Rich Swann and Ricochet [****]

* From TNA Bound for Glory – Tag Team Title Match – Daniels & Kaz vs. Angle & Styles vs. Chavo & Hernandez [***¾]
* From The ROH Glory By Honor iPPV – Adam Cole vs. Eddie Edwards [***¾]
* From EVOLVE 17 iPPV – Ricochet vs. AR Fox [***¾]
* From WWE Night of Champions – Randy Orton vs. Dolph Ziggler [***¾]
* From WWE No Way Out – WWE Title Match – CM Punk vs. Kane vs. Daniel Bryan [***¾]
* From TNA Destination X – Bound For Glory Series Match: Kurt Angle vs. Samoa Joe [***¾]
* From TNA Slammiversary – X-Division Title Match: Austin Aries vs. Samoa Joe [***¾]
* Chikarasaurus Rex: How to Hatch a Dinosaur iPPV - Campeonatos de Parejas Match: Chuck Taylor vs. Johnny Gargano © vs. The Young Bucks [***¾]
* From NJPW King of Pro Wrestling iPPV - Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Hirooki Goto [***¾]
* Chikarasaurus Rex: How to Hatch a Dinosaur iPPV - Lucha de Apuesta: Mask vs. Hair Match: Hallowicked vs. Tim Donst [***¾]
* Chikarasaurus Rex: How to Hatch a Dinosaur iPPV - Eddie Kingston, Mike Quackenbush, Jigsaw, Soldier Ant & Green Ant defeated 17, The Shard, assailANT, combatANT, deviANT [***¾]
* From TNA Sacrifice – Austin Aries vs. Bully Ray [***¾]
* From TNA Lockdown – Bobby Roode vs. James Storm [***¾]
* From WWE Over the Limit – World Title Match – Sheamus vs. Chris Jericho vs. Randy Orton vs. Alberto Del Rio [***¾]
* From WWE WrestleMania 28 – The Rock vs. John Cena [***¾]
* From The ROH Best in the World iPPV – ROH World Title Match: Davey Richards © vs. Kevin Steen [***¾]
* From The ROH Border Wars iPPV – ROH World Title Match: Davey Richards © vs. Kevin Steen [***¾]
* From The ROH Showdown in the Sun: Night One iPPV – ROH World Title Match: Davey Richards © vs. Roderick Strong vs. Eddie Edwards [***¾]
* From TNA Victory Road – Kurt Angle vs. Jeff Hardy [***¾]
* From TNA Against All Odds - TNA X-Division Title Match: Austin Aries vs. Alex Shelley [***¾]
* From The ROH 10th Anniversary iPPV - Eddie Edwards & Adam Cole vs. Davey Richards & Kyle O'Reilly [***¾]
* From DGUSA's Mercury Rising 2012 – El Generico vs. Lince Dorado vs. Rich Swann vs. Cima vs. Chuck Taylor vs. Samurai Del Sol [***¾]
* From EVOLVE 12 iPPV – Fit Finlay vs. Jon Davis [***¾]
* From EVOLVE 12 iPPV – AR Fox vs. Sami Calihan [***¾]
* From EVOLVE 13 iPPV – Low Ki vs. Jon Davis [***¾]
* From EVOLVE 13 iPPV – DGUSA Open the Dream Gate Title Match: Johnny Gargano vs. AR Fox [***¾]
* CZW Down with the Sickness iPPV - Title Unification Ladder Match: AR Fox (CZW Junior Heavyweight Champion) vs. Dave Crist (CZW Wired Television Champion) [***¾]
* From WWE Hell in a Cell – World Title Match – Sheamus vs. Big Show [***¾]
* From DGUSA's Fearless 2012 - Jon Davis vs. Akira Tozawa [***¾]
* From DGUSA's Fearless 2012 - Ryo Saito and Genki Horiguchi vs. The Super Smash Bros [***¾]
* From DGUSA's Fearless 2012 – AR Fox vs. Riccochet [***¾]
* From DGUSA's Freedom Fight 2012 - Cima vs. Sami Callihan [***¾]
* From DGUSA's Uprising 2012 - Akira Tozowa vs. Samuray Del Sol [***¾]
* James Storm vs. AJ Styles vs. Bobby Roode [***¾]




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