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Date Promotion Title Rating
09.08.2014 World Wrestling Entertainment Exclusive interview with Rob Schamberger (english)
Interview, by DaNi
 
23.05.2014 CHIKARA Exclusive interview with Vin Gerard (english)
Interview, by ARIZA
 
16.04.2014 CAGEMATCH OWW and CAGEMATCH announce a strategic partnership
Sonstiges, by Matt Macks
 
Date Name of the event Type Location
28.08.2014 Alpha Omega Wrestling AOW Event Coachella, California, USA Card
27.08.2014 Combat Zone Wrestling CZW Dojo Wars #8 Event Blackwood, New Jersey, USA Card
27.08.2014 International Wrestling Revolution Group IWRG Event Naucalpan de Juarez, Estado de Mexico, Mexiko Card
26.08.2014 Consejo Mundial De Lucha Libre CMLL Martes Arena Mexico Event Mexico City, Mexiko Card
26.08.2014 Consejo Mundial De Lucha Libre CMLL Guadalajara Martes Event Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexiko Card
26.08.2014 World Wrestling Entertainment WWE Main Event #100 TV-Show Ontario, California, USA Card Report
26.08.2014 World Wrestling Entertainment WWE Friday Night SmackDown #784 TV-Show Ontario, California, USA Card Report
25.08.2014 World Wrestling Entertainment WWE Superstars #281 TV-Show Anaheim, California, USA Card
25.08.2014 Consejo Mundial De Lucha Libre CMLL Lunes Arena Puebla Event Heroica Puebla de Zaragoza, Puebla, Mexiko Card
25.08.2014 World Wrestling Entertainment WWE Monday Night RAW #1109 TV-Show Anaheim, California, USA Card Report
Date Name of the event Type Location
24.08.2014 Insane Championship Wrestling ICW Ice To See You Event Edinburgh, Scotland, UK Card
24.08.2014 All Star Wrestling ASW Event Skegness, Lincolnshire, England, UK Card
23.08.2014 Norwegian Wrestling FederationUnion Of European Wrestling Alliances NWF HeteSLAG 2014 Event Oslo, Norwegen Card
23.08.2014 Swiss Wrestling Entertainment SWE Bözen Open Air Event Bözen, Aargau, Schweiz Card
23.08.2014 All Star Wrestling ASW Event Minehead, Somerset, England, UK Card
21.08.2014 All Star Wrestling ASW Event Skegness, Lincolnshire, England, UK Card
20.08.2014 All Star Wrestling ASW Event Minehead, Somerset, England, UK Card
19.08.2014 All Star Wrestling ASW Event Bognor Regis, West Sussex, England, UK Card
17.08.2014 All Star Wrestling ASW Event Skegness, Lincolnshire, England, UK Card
17.08.2014 Do Or Die Wrestling DDW All Or Nothing II Event Rzeszow, Polen Card
Date Name of the event Type Location
28.08.2014 Pro Wrestling ZERO1 ZERO1 Fighting Beer Garden - Tag 3 Event Utsunomiya, Tochigi, Japan Card
27.08.2014 All Japan Pro Wrestling AJPW Summer Impact 2014 - Tag 4 Event Chino, Nagano, Japan Card
26.08.2014 WRESTLE-1 W-1 WRESTLE-1 Tour 2014 Flashing Summer- Tag 7 Event Asahikawa, Hokkaido, Japan Card
26.08.2014 Pro Wrestling ZERO1 ZERO1 Fighting Beer Garden - Tag 1 Event Utsunomiya, Tochigi, Japan Card
25.08.2014  GENTARO Produce GENTARO Aid ~ Everyone Who Helped, Big Meeting Event Tokyo, Japan Card
24.08.2014 All Japan Pro Wrestling AJPW Summer Impact 2014 - Tag 3 Event Nagano, Japan Card
24.08.2014 Kaientai Dojo K-DOJO Club-K Super In TKP Event Chiba, Japan Card
24.08.2014 Union Pro Wrestling Union Sea Wrestling Event Kanagawa, Japan Card
24.08.2014 Dramatic Dream Team DDT Road to Saitama Super Arena 6 Event Saitama, Japan Card
24.08.2014 Osaka Pro Wrestling Osaka Pro Summer Vacation Event Osaka, Japan Card
Week 34/2014
Superstar Of The Week
Nicole Matthews (Independent, 2012)
The Superstar Of The Week is chosen every week by the CAGEMATCH team based on both the absolute and relative, personal accomplishments of a worker in the previous week.

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John Cena (WWE, 2014)
John Cena: "Ladies and gentlemen, my name is John Cena [Gemischte Reaktionen, größtenteils Buhrufe] and six days from now at SummerSlam I am to be maimed and conquered by Brock Lesnar [Buhrufe]. That is...Read on!

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Last 3 comments
[9.0] "was a really strong match to add to Styles’ impressive resume since coming to Japan. Both men seemed to have the others finishers scouted ahead of time, with Tanahashi escaping the Styles Clash and AJ seeming to know exactly when his opponent was going for the High Fly Flow. This all built into them having to pull out new stuff, with Styles himself trying for a High Fly Flow but ending up meeting knees to the gut instead, and Tanahashi eventually winning with a cheeky roll up out of the Styles Clash. AJ at one point hit a sickening Ganso Bomb when he couldn’t get the Styles Clash locked in which looked like it did horrible things to his opponents neck which was…not a highlight, exactly, but something very interesting."
[8.0] "Hirooki Goto and Katsuyori Shibata put on an exhibition in how to beat the poop out of an opponent, chocked full of stiff kicks and stomps, and ended with Shibata Penalty Kicking Goto in the throat just because. I loved it, but I love Goto and Shibata together so that’s not really a surprise."
[8.0] "The early mat exchanges between KUSHIDA and O’Reilly were crisp and perfectly executed, and some sharp double teaming by the more popular team highlighted the opening stages. Shelley eventually ended up isolated by the RoH Tag Champions, who zoned in on the taped up left arm. A mid-match hot tag to KUSHIDA kept the crowd invested, only to end in him being cut off by a series of kicks from O’Reilly, who took out Shelley too for good measure. From here on, the action got really intense with the crowd behind everything the four men did. Fish landed a top rope Falcon Arrow on KUSHIDA for a two count only, and the gaijin team joined forces to destroy Shelley with a series of kicks and a Demolition Decapitation style knee drop. That would leave KUSHIDA exposed, but just as he looked set to tap in a guillotine choke Shelley would appear to break it up with a sick double stomp to O’Reilly, before his partner locked in a kimura lock to give them the win and successfully defend their IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Titles. This was a fast paced, hard hitting match and really hit the spot, being different from everything else on the card and refreshing the crowd after the early heavyweight contests."
 
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