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Post by iamloco724 » Wed May 18, 2016 9:55 pm

Looking to get into AAW is there a starting point I should start at?

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Post by Memphis Mark » Thu May 19, 2016 2:44 pm

iamloco724 wrote:Looking to get into AAW is there a starting point I should start at?


The logical starting point would be the 2015 Windy City Classic XI show. This is when AAW started booking the Lucha Underground talent . Fenix and Pentagon , JR. made their debts on this card.. This is a turning point for AAW .


There is a series of AAW Best OF DVDS that I would recommend to you . I have the Best of 2009, 20010 , 2011 and 2013 collections. This is a great way to watch some quality matches and become familiar with the history of AAW . There are also the Best of Tyler Black , Motor City Machine Guns and AAA : THE EARLY YEARS colections..

The best of sets are feature many top quality matches . Davey Richards vs. Sami Callihan , ACH vs. Kyle O ' Reilly , Richards vs. Michael Elgin , Masada vs. Elgin , Eddie Edwards vs. Silas Young , Richards vs. Jimmy Jacobs , Elgin vs. Alex Shelly , Young vs. Colt Cabana , Young vs. Rhino , Jacobs vs. Arik Cannon ( I Quit Match ) , Elgin vs. BJ Whitmer , Richards vs. Super Crazy , Young vs. Hallowicked , Young vs. Tyler Black , Young vs. Ricochet , Richards vs. Black , Young vs. Bryan Danielson are some of the highlights from the Best of Collections.

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Post by DBSommer » Thu May 19, 2016 4:03 pm

Memphis Mark wrote:
There is a series of AAW Best OF DVDS that I would recommend to you . I have the Best of 2009, 20010 , 2011 and 2013 collections. This is a great way to watch some quality matches and become familiar with the history of AAW . There are also the Best of Tyler Black , Motor City Machine Guns and AAA : THE EARLY YEARS colections.. .
Got all those best of's. Totally agree.

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Post by iamloco724 » Thu May 19, 2016 6:40 pm

Thanks!

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Post by JustSkiff » Fri May 20, 2016 6:18 pm

I think they also have tv shows online that you could breeze through to get caught up on the past few years.

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Post by DXvsNWO1994 » Fri Jun 17, 2016 3:26 pm

Awesome card for tonight's show:

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Post by Memphis Mark » Mon Aug 22, 2016 8:34 am

Did AAW find a money mark ? These cards are great , but all this talent is expensive. I wonder where the money is coming from or maybe business is just that good ?

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Post by JShmoopy » Mon Aug 22, 2016 9:30 am

I'm about 2 hours from where AAW shows are held and I've been meaning to go, but it just hasn't worked out schedule-wise. I need to make this happen. There hasn't been a lot of wrestling visiting my town over the past few years.

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Post by maxx_powerz » Sat Nov 26, 2016 6:25 am

Anyone have experience with AAW DVDs going back? I am considering getting into the company. I ordered a 2007 DVD and was annoyed that it was a DVD-R split into two discs. While conceding this is more of an OCD issue with me than anything wrong AAW has done, I was wondering if anyone familiar with the company could comment on if their longer shows still get split into two discs. And if not, if they know if this is a fairly recent occurrence (say, around the time they added a Blu-Ray option) or something they got away from years ago. As an example, if anyone can comment on whether Day of Defiance 2013 is a one disc or two disc show, it would be helpful. Thanks!

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maxx_powerz wrote:Anyone have experience with AAW DVDs going back? I am considering getting into the company. I ordered a 2007 DVD and was annoyed that it was a DVD-R split into two discs. While conceding this is more of an OCD issue with me than anything wrong AAW has done, I was wondering if anyone familiar with the company could comment on if their longer shows still get split into two discs. And if not, if they know if this is a fairly recent occurrence (say, around the time they added a Blu-Ray option) or something they got away from years ago. As an example, if anyone can comment on whether Day of Defiance 2013 is a one disc or two disc show, it would be helpful. Thanks!
Most of them from back in 2012 and earlier were 2 disc DVD-Rs. I do know the recent 'Epic' Blu Ray was one BR, though.

And DoD '13 is one of the few single shows I bought (mostly I got their Best ofs') and I'm 90% sure it was 2 discs.

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Post by cgstong » Sat Nov 26, 2016 7:56 pm

maxx_powerz wrote:Anyone have experience with AAW DVDs going back? I am considering getting into the company. I ordered a 2007 DVD and was annoyed that it was a DVD-R split into two discs. While conceding this is more of an OCD issue with me than anything wrong AAW has done, I was wondering if anyone familiar with the company could comment on if their longer shows still get split into two discs. And if not, if they know if this is a fairly recent occurrence (say, around the time they added a Blu-Ray option) or something they got away from years ago. As an example, if anyone can comment on whether Day of Defiance 2013 is a one disc or two disc show, it would be helpful. Thanks!
I would say that you should def check out their current product on MP4 as I feel that actually seems like a better visual experience for me but I admit I haven't bought a DVD from them in a while as the mp4 is good enough for me.
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Re: The AAW Thread

Post by Memphis Mark » Wed Jan 11, 2017 3:02 pm

I just watch the Sami Callihan vs. Pentagon Jr. Mexican Death match . Love it. Non stop violence . Do your a favor and watch the match.It on the Jim Lyman show, night one.

The whole show was really good, it reminded me of the glory years of ROH . I was pleasantly surprised by the AAW product.

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Post by Memphis Mark » Wed Jan 11, 2017 3:03 pm

I just watch the Sami Callihan vs. Pentagon Jr. Mexican Death match . Love it. Non stop violence . Do your a favor and watch the match.It on the Jim Lyman show, night one.

The whole show was really good, it reminded me of the glory years of ROH . I was pleasantly surprised by the AAW product.

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Post by cgstong » Mon Jun 12, 2017 10:42 am

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Video - Sami Callihan vs. Michael Elgin AAW Championship Press Conference: https://youtu.be/XBRlW64lUvM

2. AAW Heritage Championship Match: Penta EL 0M vs. Trevor Lee
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3. John Morrison vs. Brian Cage

4. Abyss vs. Low-Ki

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6. Zach Sabre Jr vs. Mat Fitchett

7. Eddie Kingston vs. Jeff Cobb

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