ECW’s final show ever … did they go out with a bang? Nah, it was more of a whimper.
1) Tom Marquez vs. Nova – 3
2) Joey Matthews & Christian York vs. E.Z. Money & Julio Dinero – 4
3) Super Crazy vs. Yoshihiro Tajiri – 4
4) Danny Doring & Tommy Dreamer vs. The Full Blooded Italians – 3
5) Jack Victory vs. C.W. Anderson – 4
6) Michael Shane vs. Oz – 2
7) Spike Dudley vs. Rhino – 3
8) Justin Credible vs. The Sandman – 2
Apparently everyone had figured out before the show that they weren’t going to get paid so no one put forth any effort. Marquez and Nova had a nothing match. The only highlight was when I accidentally spilled the pot pie I was eating all over the floor. Matthews and York had the standard fare against Hot Commodity, which not to say it wasn’t bad, it just wasn’t that enthralling either. Crazy and Tajiri are know for superb matches against each other and this was not one of them. They kinda did some cool spots but it was mostly Crazy mugging for the camera. Doring and Dreamer teamed up to do battle against the FBI in a wrestling match that turned into a dance off that the referee won. Wait … did I just write that? My head hurts just trying to make sense out of that. Victory and C.W. had a rather sitff encounter which I would sadly describe as the best match that was presented on this show. Some interference at the end completely soiled any prospect this had of receiving a good rating. Accoring to various sites, a wrestler named Oz was Michael Shane’s opponent. That being said, he really sucked so we’ll move on. Rhino destroyed Spike, as if anyone would have ever guessed. Apparently Spike was the only person worthy enough to get a title shot. Credible and Sandman actually had two matches. The first was a normal match that Credible won with a roll-up. He got pissed and challenged Sandman to a rematch. So Sandman comes back out with a trash boat full of weapons. Yeah, it was that bad.