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Extreme Rising Card Subject To Change

Name of the event: Extreme Rising Card Subject To Change
Date: 29.12.2012
Promotion: Extreme Rising
Type: Pay Per View
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Arena: Pennsylvania National Guard Armory
Broadcast type: Aufzeichnung
Broadcast date: 30.12.2012
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Dark Tag Team Match
Dark Three Way Tag Team Match
Extreme Rising World Title Tournament Semi Final Match
Extreme Rising World Title Tournament Semi Final Match
Singles Match
Singles Match
Singles Match
Best Two Out Of Three Falls Match
Three Way Tag Team Steel Cage Match
Singles Match
Extreme Rising World Title Tournament Final Match (vakant)
Stevie Richards defeats Rhino - TITLE CHANGE !!!
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Latest comments of the CAGEMATCH inmates
tubewaybarmy wrote on 13.04.2014:
[9.0] "Truly amazing show. Great result for Stevie Richards, plus good showing from Luke Hawx. Sad to see Jerry Lynn go but excited by how promising Facade, Bradley and BLK OUT are. Best show so far."
elwanning wrote on 14.02.2014:
[6.0] "From beginning to end this was a good show. Wasn't great, but still worth a watch. Stevie Richards & Luke Hawx started it off with a good match. Rhino & Devon Storm followed it up with a good match of their own. Jerry Lynn and Homicide had a decent match to celebrate Lynn's last match in Philly. BLKOUT was supposed to wrestle The Ganstas, but Mustafa couldn't make it so it became BLKOUT vs. EL Dramaticos in a cage. Shortly into it The Briscoe Brothers arrived making it a 3 way match that was entertaining. Matt Hardy vs. Sabu was a decent old school ECW match. Rhino & Richards had a good match for the Extreme Rising title, and it was really cool to see Stevie celebrate with the fans afterwards."
steviecw wrote on 31.12.2012:
[10.0] "A very very strong and entertaining iPPV event with the roster's 'young blood' doing great things and the Extreme Originals maintaining a surprising quality of work. Highlights included (but not limited to) Jerry Lynn's emotional farewell, the back and forth Facade vs Jay Bradley contest, the young team of Brian XL and Matt Tremont... and of course, the long awaited crowning of Stevie Richards as the first ever Extreme Rising World Champion. This was my first Extreme Rising event, having heard mixed reviews of the previous shows and I was very happy with the matches. Some improvements can be made to the formula and presentation (long breaks between matches/segments, technical errors and odd amounts of announcer repetition) but ultimately the matches are what count and these were excellent."

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Average Rating: 7.50
Average in 2014: 7.50
Average in 2013: 5.00
Average in 2012: 10.00

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