Fuck me running. These two are fucking crazy people. I didn’t like this quite as much as their NYC match, but this was still a ton of fun. This felt a little more like they were moving form thing to thing. On the other hand, it also felt a good bit more brutal on the hole. Janela wound up with a nasty cut down his back, I believe from the barb wire. Havoc did a fucking top rope double stomp on to tacks with no shoes on. Both men walloped each other with some chairs and pans and the like. This was a ton of fun and moved at quite the pace. All the cringy moments where there and both men looked absolutely insane during different parts of the match, which was more or less what we were going for here. The funny thing is I felt like Janela was the star of their first match and he lost. I thought Havoc was the star here and he lost. That is really the sign of good wrestling in a way. Even though I felt this was a touch more aimless than NYC, they never lost the plot as they integrated death-match tropes and brutality They even did some fun callbacks to their other match, like a cinder block spot that looked like it probably fucked Janela’s shoulder up pretty bad. This was just a lot of good stuff. ****
This doesn't really go into my rating of the match, but this segment as a whole was top notch wrestling. After a very good and wild match, Havoc cut one of the most believable and subtly visceral promos I have seen in a really long time on Jim Smallman. As that was coming to an end Will Ospreay came out and challenged Havoc to a match at Wembley in Sept. The challenge itself was pretty good and then Havoc does some psycho Flair bumps on fucking tacks. This really did set some anticipating for their match. Everything flowed seamlessly here. We got a really good/fun match, a great promo, and good set up for a future match... that is a quality wrestling segment.