Battleground Championship Wrestling “When Worlds Collide” (03.26.2022) (Wrestling Review)


Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

March 26th, 2022


Three Way Match
Bull James vs. Rich Swann vs. Ray Jaz

A quick decent opening match. Some hard hits from Bull and Swanns top rope move always look good. A lackluster end that worked for heel heat but felt uneventful. 

2.5 / 5

Singles Match
Eugene vs. Dark STG

A pretty awful match that made no sense. Eugene got a pop for coming out but in ring this was a lackluster comedy match at best that just never hit. 

.5 / 5

Singles Match
Wrecking Ball Legursky vs. Alec Odin

An okay but quick big man match. Some hard hits but moved slow and never felt like either did much during the short time. 

1.5 / 5

Singles Match
Tony Nese vs. KC Navarro

A slower match that had its moments. Some good spots by both but Nese messed up one of his best moves by hitting the ropes some. The finish came out of no where and felt underwhelming given these two mens back and forth match. 

2 / 5

Singles Match
Brian Cage vs. Buddy Matthews

A really great match here between Buddy and Cage. A lot of hard hits, a great fast pace to it, and tons of great spots. Buddy is great in ring and Cage shines when given a fast match with someone agile. The finish, even though setting up another match, was just awful though and made no sense on why Buddy would be DQ’d. 

4 / 5

Singles Match
Super Leather vs. Traxx

A pretty bland match here. Super Leather isn’t some great technical wrestler and Traxx didn’t come off as one. This turned into battle of the big guys but without any of the fun. 

1 / 5

Singles Match
Afa Jr. vs. The Beastman

A somewhat better big man match than the previous match but still not great. Some hard hits and more impressive moves but it was a bit slow and sluggish. The end didn’t help either as it was just uneventful. 

1.5 / 5

Singles Match
Lady Frost vs. Mariah May

If this had a few minutes cut it could of flowed much better and not getting stale during it. Frost carried the match was Mariah seemed to be lacking a little. It never had a good flow but had a few decent spots throughout. Frost taking the loss a bit shocking though. 

2 / 5

Hardcore Match
The Great Nita (w/Super Leather) vs. Bully Ray (w/Sabu & The Sandman)

So by all accounts this should have been half decent until you remember Onita is super old and can’t / won’t usually do many bumps and Bully Ray rarely wrestles. This turned into a slow moving hardcore match that mostly was holds and spitting mist at one another. The run ins are the same thing, should be cool, until you realize Sandman and Sabu can barely run let alone do much else. If this is building to a big FMW vs ECW match then they need some crazy stipulation like exploding barbed wire to cover their lack of doing anything else. 

2 / 5

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