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    Young Stallions vs. New Dream Team

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    Stinger1981

    by Stinger1981

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    Randy  Ragsdale
    Listen to Monsoon and Bockwinkle break down the psychology of this match. FANTASTIC COMMENTARY! If only Lawler, Cole, Striker and Grisham could be this subtle when breaking down the pyschology of a match. This match is not only a lesson in tag-team wrestling, but its an extremely good lesson in wrestling commentary 101, and wrestling commentary 101 starts with knowing your psychology and ins and outs of the ring.
    By Randy Ragsdale6 years ago
    Randy  Ragsdale
    Beautiful armdrag by Powers on the Hammer at 4:53. Tremendous depth and agility displayed on that nice armdrag takeover.
    By Randy Ragsdale6 years ago
    Randy  Ragsdale
    I love the way Hammer delivers suplexes and executes shoulderbreakers. He measures his opponents for maximum impact everytime you see him execute a shoulderbreaker or suplex.
    By Randy Ragsdale6 years ago
    Randy  Ragsdale
    The referee did not appear to be on his toes in this match. Several times throughout the course of this match he was out of position to go down for the count and at times he was a little lax in enforcing the five second grace period that both teams have to get in and out of the ring.
    By Randy Ragsdale6 years ago
    Randy  Ragsdale
    I know it might not look that way to a lot of people who watched this video, but these two teams actually managed to jell very well and work a very good match, and that's saying a lot considering the contrast in styles when you look at both these teams. For some strange reason the slow, laidback, technical, ponderous methodical style of Dream Team managed to complement the speed and agility of the Young Stallions very well during this match, and for my money it made for a very good and exciting match that would have otherwise been stale and vapid had both teams not been motivated to work a good match.
    By Randy Ragsdale6 years ago
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