Looking forward to seeing Gulak and Thatcher team up together in CWFH on MAV TV.
Speaking of CWFH on MAV TV, last night on MAV TV I watched the rumble match from the Red Carpet Rumble.
How's you like it? Live I thought it was great. From Stu Stone's involvement to Jake Robert's whirlwind participation, it was a lot of fun.
I really liked it, I thought it was alot of fun to watch.
Some of my favorite moments also were Jake Roberts putting the snake on The Grappler and Stu Stone entering the Red Carpet Rumble but trying to hide behind Othello almost the whole time he was in the match
Ethan HD had a good performance as he entered somewhere around 5-7 and lasted until the final 4 (although I was a little surprised Mikey O'Shea didn't last very long)
also cool to see XPAC make a guest appearance and to see Matt Striker play an important part at the end of the Rumble, I like how he is part of the Family Stone
Here in Las Vegas, if you have a satellite dish like myself, CWFH is shown weekly on Tuesday nights. Last night I watched CWFH and I thought Toasterboy and Danielle did a good job of describing how points are allocated for this Summer Tag Team Classic: 2 points for a victory and 3 points for a victory by submission (I could definitely see Gulak and Thatcher getting 3 points this way) but teams can also lose points if they get DQd and a team can not fall below zero points..
Looking forward to seeing who wins the Summer Tag Team Classic to challenge the RockNES Monsters!
On IPPV, tonight I just watched Gulak and Thatcher wrestle each other for EVOLVE.
And both Gulak and Thatcher were announced by former Family Stone member (and former FSW manager) Heather Lynn who is doing the ring announcing tonight for EVOLVE.
Nice. I wondered what Heather had been up too more recently.
yeah, Heather was awesome and I really miss her working for FSW and CWFH
As a manager, she once told me some of her biggest influences were Sir Oliver Humperdink (who she knew personally) and Sherri Martel. In response, I told her that I definitely saw the Sherri influence the way she in FSW as a manager pounded on the mat and screamed.
One really cool Heather Lynn story I want to share:
Last year in January 2013, the Royal Rumble was next door in Phoenix and I went to it. On the Friday of that weekend, Championship Wrestling from Arizona (I don't think they exist anymore?) put on a show featuring guest appearances from Shelton Benjamin, Carlito, Chris Masters, Honkytonk Man, and Hurricane. The night before this show on that Thursday, I was talking to Heather on Facebook via messages abut how the promoter claimed if you did not buy tickets in advance at a local location only then you might not get in because the show was reportedly on the verge of getting sold out (that turned out to be BS- they had a decent crowd but you could still walk in and get tickets it turned out.) Heather actually gave me her phone number (I never called it- but I still have it saved in the contacts of my IPhone) and told me to call her if I could not get into that show or any show she works at in the future and she would make sure I got in the door.
Heather was absolutely one of the nicest persons I ever talked to in wrestling. I am glad she did the ring announcing for EVOLVE last night!