Post by rememberalf on Mar 5, 2015 23:48:55 GMT -5
Don't take this the wrong way, I'm not trying to pick on you guys or anything. I understand that it's all in the name of fun, but this was really poor. Over abundance of high spots, most of which were sloppy. I know this was a highlight package, but where's the pacing and psychology? You start off with a backflip into a DDT that is so overly set up and fake looking, that it looks like you're just playing around and training for spots. Most of the spots are really poorly executed. Like, most of them are you guys just standing around and getting into position for the spot, no sense of realism, just "oh, time to take a DDT, better stand in the middle of the ring". The spot in the corner, one dude barely gets touched and falls down,then he just lays there, clearly aware of what's going on around him, but he doesn't move because you're so committed to the spot.The Destroyer/flipping DDTS was a crazy dangerous spot, which again, looked awkward and phony. He barely gets kicked and voluntarily turns around and bends over, so you guys can complete the spot. One tries to do some corner cannon ball thing,but misses and another is so desperate to nail his high spot, that he over shoots someone on a corkscrew splash.
Less is more, everything starts to blend together and loss importance when it's just one high spot after another. They only stand out to me because they look so choreographed and often times, were sloppy, if not out right botched. Slow it down, pace yourself, and try to tell a deeper story. Make the spots count and make them look real, but don't kill each other. It's all for fun, I get that, but you're reaching an audience of what, 100 people, max? For no money and nothing really gain. Don't kill yourselves for that. You wanna wrestle,more power to you, but, be smart about it.