Tournaments can be wonderful things. Usually with a big prize for whoever wins, they can really help people move up the ranks. But, what about a tournament where the winner is guaranteed a championship by the end of the night? That’s what happens as WU goes back to California and reviews the 2015 DDT4 Tournament.
The DDT4 tournament takes center stage as the tag titles are on the line in EVERY match the reigning champs are in. The Worlds Cutest Tag Team go into the night with the belts, but will they finish the night with them? Or, will another walk out with belts? Who can survive 3 rounds and walk out with the PWG World Tag Team Championships?
But, there’s also non-tournament action, including a PWG World Championship match. Roderick Strong puts his title on the line against two of the biggest opponents he’s faced in Brian Cage and Chris Hero. Can Roderick survive this match to continue his title reign?
And, as always, stick around for our big finish, featuring our best and worst matches and cash and trash. The tag titles are on the line all night long as WU reviews PWG DDT4 2015.
Wrestling Unwrapped: PWG DDT4 2015
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This is what happens when two guys who collect wrestling DVDs and love to talk, get together to talk about wrestling DVDs. The results are rarely pretty. Patrick rarely shuts up, and Harry is full of one liners. This leads to constant badgering about the best and worst in wrestling.
Growing up in Chicago, Patrick has never been away from wrestling. From WWE, ROH, AAW, SHIMMER, and everything in between, he’s had at least a taste of everything. More into the Chicago indie circuit, following SHIMMER and AAW, Patrick still never shies away from making his opinions heard to all who will listen. Patrick also serves as the W2Mnet Wrestling Senior Editor and helps organize things in the section.
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