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ECW Barbed Wire, Hoodies & Chokeslams (06.17.1995) (Wrestling Review)

ECW

Barbed Wire, Hoodies & Chokeslams

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

June 17th, 1995

 

Singles Match
Broad Street Bully vs. The New Jersey Devil

Squash

.5 / 5

Singles Match
Mikey Whipwreck vs. Val Puccio

Even being a squash really this was too long and too boring. 

.5 / 5

Singles Match
The Vampire Warrior vs. Hack Myers

The Vampire Warrior, what a name. This was a quick and less than stellar match but the first actual match of the card so thats a plus. 

1 / 5

Singles Match
The Vampire Warrior vs. Tommy Dreamer

A segment with Dreamer and Luna and Vampire Warrior and others somehow turned into a match. This was a mediocre brawl but entertaining at least. Dreamer bled, there were weapons, and it was fine. 

2 / 5

Singles Match
Jim Steele vs. 911

Squash with 911 showing off how much he likes choke slams. 

.5 / 5

Singles Match
Luna Vachon vs. Beulah McGillicutty

As a match this lasted 6 seconds maybe. Otherwise it was Raven beating down Luna and Dreamer. 

.5 / 5

Three On Two Handicap Match
Taz & Too Cold Scorpio vs. Raven & The Pitbulls (Pitbull #1 & Pitbull #2)

Taz gave some of the cleanest suplexes here. Otherwise not much here. 

2 / 5

ECW World Heavyweight Title Barbed Wire Match
The Sandman (c) vs. Cactus Jack

An odd match for sure. This had its moments but was a bit slow and boring in others. Not a bloodbath or anything like one might thing but Catcus took some harsh spots. The fake finish with Alfonso running in to tell them the rule change was a major buzz kill to the match. 

2.5 / 5

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