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Super Crazy vs Little Guido (ECW on TNN 09/24/99)

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This was just awesome. Little Guido is my favorite ECW wrestler ever. He just totally schools Crazy on the mat in this awesome exchange, acts as a great base for Crazy's highspots and brings the match back to the mat when he's in control. He also heels the crowd awesomely, both with the Big Sal interference spots and through his own actions. Just great TV wrestling and one of my favorite ECW matches.

 

Post-match, Spike Dudley comes to Crazy's rescue and puts down Big Sal.

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Fun TV match. Guido is just so awesome in matches like these. Big Sal interferes a lot and Crazy is his usual good self. One weird thing about this, Joel Gertner calls the match all by himself without Joey. That's rare for ECW.

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Guido, Tajiri and Crazy this year have had a couple matches that are really, really unique and so fun.  They all strike a really cool balance between technical wrestling, high spots and ECW rule breaking.  This is up there with them as a super fun match.  That full-nelson roll up thing Guido did was out of this world.

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I liked Joel on the call here. Good tv match with Guido showing off his wrestling and Sal added a lot of flavor on the outside interfering. Crazy is an easy babyface to get behind and he was willing to be led along by Guido and then take center stage for his highspots. Good quality wrestling on display for TNN. ***1/2 (7.1) 

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Heel play-by-play is usually death, but damned if Gertner isn't better at this than Styles. Guido remains an unsung hero of late-'90s wrestling and probably came along about 6 or 7 years too early, though he had a good career after this, too. A really fun TV match with a little bit of everything--mat wrestling, high-flying, death-defying spots into the crowd, and wrasslin' bullshit. 

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