The Franchise13 wrote:I have gone to a few IWL shows this year. I will be going to their show on Sunday. As far as quality of their shows/matches, it all depends who is wrestling. IWL is run by a group of friends, which sadly, sometimes just dont know how to step off from the spotlight. They have bad storylines which sometimes bring down the quality of the matches or the mood of the night. If u were to put that aside, which I always do, their wrestlers really put on a show. Bucks are always amazing aswell as Rosas and Kadillak. I saw a table match once at IWL, and It was 5 stars type of match.
Another bad thing about IWL is the crowds. When they were in Chino, it was a mixed crowd of disrespectful people aswell as people who screamed just to try to get attention.
luca brasi wrote:the IWL guys are good kids and try hard, but like another post said, they cant keep the spotlight off themselves, a common problem at indy shows. This problem stems from the fact they were predominantly untrained backyarders who could not /would not get booked anywhere so they had to create their own show. I know it may sound like I'm bashing them but I'm really not, they seem to legitimately try to learn for the most part, but they manage to get names on their cards because they are not afraid to spend money. I can't imagine the fed keeps going though; however, they've already lasted longer than I thought they would.
So in answer to your question... look at the card. If there are wrestlers/matches you want to see, it's worth checking out.
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