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Wes Brisco


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# Date Promotion Match Event type
1 26.08.2012 World Wrestling Council Wes Brisco defeats Diabolico
WWC @ Cancha Bajo Techo in Sabana Grande, Puerto Rico, USA
2 25.08.2012 World Wrestling Council Gilbert defeats Wes Brisco
WWC @ Cancha Pepín Cestero in Bayamon, Puerto Rico, USA
3 18.08.2012 World Wrestling Council Wes Brisco defeats Super Star Romeo
WWC La Noche Del Fanatico @ Cancha Pepín Cestero in Bayamon, Puerto Rico, USA
4 21.07.2012 World Wrestling Council Wes Brisco defeats Super Star Romeo
WWC @ Pepin Cestero Arena in Bayamon, Puerto Rico, USA
5 14.07.2012 World Wrestling Council Thunder And Lightning (Lightning & Thunder) defeat Wes Brisco & Xix Xavant
WWC @ Mario Jimenez Coliseum in Guaynabo, Puerto Rico, USA
6 13.07.2012 World Wrestling Council Wes Brisco defeats Mr. X
WWC @ Pedro Albizu Campos Coliseum in Yabucoa, Puerto Rico, USA
Latest comments of the CAGEMATCH inmates
JMTheBadOne wrote on 21.11.2015:
[3.0] "At an indie level, Wes Brisco is a standout regional-level tag wrester who can handle the responsibilities associated with being a fed's main singles champion. Yet at the major or secondary level, Brisco's still finding his niche. Brisco started off immediately in WWE's Developmental system; though he would win FCW's Tag Team Title alongside Xavier Woods, Brisco was in the system for two years prior to his release. Brisco continued to hone his craft in the indies; most notably for NWA territories (winning the NWA-FUW Cuban Title and the NWA-RW Tag Title with Cassidy Riley), but also for The Funkin' Conservatory, WWC and ROH. Brisco would get a break in TNA as part of the Aces and Eights faction, yet he was largely used as cannon fodder so the main eventers could look better than he did. Brisco then returned back to the NWA territories, which saw him earn the NWA-FCW Heavyweight Championship and the right to challenge (albeit unsuccessfully) for the NWA World Heavyweight Championship in New Japan. Brisco has recently caught on with PPW to contend for their Heavyweight Championship, so it will be interesting to see if Brisco can finally cut his teeth on a televised platform. While questions about his size, image, and charisma persist, Brisco will need to prove himself through his wresting skills and dedication."
DanTalksRasslin wrote on 21.11.2015:
[4.0] "While I initially wrote Brisco off based on his time with TNA, his more recent work with Paragon Pro Wrestling has shown a good deal of improvement in terms of both technical skill and connecting with the crowd. Seems at his best in a tag team environment, such as his matches in PPW alongside fellow TNA alum Jesse Sorensen, though his recent singles work has also been respectable. He's still a work in progress, and may not reach the same accolades as his forebears, but Wes is clearly putting forth the effort to up his game and should do well for promotions like PPW, if not eventually find his way back to the national stage."
Coon and Friends wrote on 08.06.2013:
[3.0] "Not good at promos, sucks in the ring... Seems like the Briscoe talent skips a generation!"
JustinJDMarineau wrote on 04.06.2013:
[6.0] "I think when Wes Brisco came into TNA and joined the Aces & Eights, I think people were too quick to judge him when most of the world didn't know much about him and his abilities too much beforehand. But for me, I've watched Wes Brisco ever since he basically started his pro wrestling career in FCW and as he progressed in his rookie years in 2009 and 2010, I thought he became at least decent in the ring and as a character and I thought his finishing maneuver off the top rope which was known as Splash Ink was very innovative. Then a year later after his WWE release, he comes into TNA and he's a part of the Aces & Eights and he was in a feud with Kurt Angle and while I agree that a lot of the stuff he has done up to this point have not been too stellar, he is not horrible as a lot of fans probably want to make him out to be. He still may be a bit green even though he's been in pro wrestling for about 4 years now and he still botches a few things here and there, but he can and he does have the potential to improve greatly and I think last Sunday at Slammiversary, he really showed me at least that he's starting that improvement off just right. I think that especially since now he's finally getting mainstream exposure from wrestling fans on a big wrestling stage like TNA, I think people just need to give Wes time to improve on his skills before they think to judge him any further."
jchiofal wrote on 23.03.2013:
[6.0] "Wes Brisco only wrestled one match, and that was a squash match in which he took a sick german suplex, and people as a result call him a terrible wrestler? That honestly makes little sense to me. I have seen him wrestle before TNA, and while he isn't as good as his father, he is a talented wrestler in his own right. I do think he should go to OVW, with Garret Bischoff to polish his wrestling, but he isn't a bad wrestler at all."
HHH Pedigree wrote on 17.03.2013:
[1.0] "He hasn't the Brisco talent. He is too green, basic moves and his match with Garrett Bischoff was horrible."

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Average Rating: 2.91
Average in 2016: 2.80
Average in 2015: 2.60
Average in 2014: 2.50
Average in 2013: 3.18

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