Ring of Honor (ROH) is an American professional wrestling promotion, founded in 2002 by RF Video owner Rob Feinstein. From 2004 to 2011, the promotion was under the ownership of Cary Silkin... See full summary »
The Super Bowl of Japanese Wrestling just gets better, as challenger fights Kazuchika Okada for the IWGP World Heavyweight Title, and the rest of the card fights for control of New Japan Pro Wrestling.
The Perfect Balance Of Entertainment And Athleticism.
When i think of pro wrestling i consider it an art form, its an art in the sense that the squared circle is the canvas and the performers are the artists. Although i have been watching WWE since 2002, its gotten to a point that i can't care less who is the champion and who is the challenger as it seems that the emphasis is on making more and more money instead of entertaining the fans, not that they shouldn't be making money but when NXT is doing so good, the situation seems all the more frustrating. With that in mind, i decided to give a shot to El Rey networks Lucha Underground and boy am i loving the show.
Its completely different to any other wrestling show, the characters, the story-lines, everything is so fleshed out and full of intrigue.There are many unique concepts that are very fresh to say the least and to top it all of the roster is simply amazing with each performer equally credible and important to the narrative being told. What truly stood out for me were the many different and never before seen moves performed by the talented men and women in Lucha Underground. All things considered, this is wrestling how its supposed to be in my opinion, entertaining and engrossing throughout without ever letting up.
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