GCW Bloodsport 8 / Spring Break 6 Pt. 1 POST Show

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John Pollock & Wai Ting kick off Mania Week bonus coverage with reviews of two Game Changer Wrestling events: Josh Barnett’s Bloodsport 8 & Joey Janela’s Spring Break 6 Part 1.

GCW Josh Barnett’s Bloodsport 8
March 31, 2022
Dallas, TX
Fair Park

  • Minoru Suzuki vs. Chris Dickinson
  • Jon Moxley vs. Biff Busick
  • Josh Barnett vs. JONAH
  • Mike Bailey vs. Yuya Uemura
  • Timothy Thatcher vs. JR Kratos
  • Zeda Zhang vs. Marina Shafir
  • Simon Gotch vs. John Hennigan
  • Alex Coughlin vs. SLADE
  • Bad Dude Tito vs. Royce Isaacs
  • Ninja Mack vs. Yoya
  • Masha Slamovich vs. Janai Kai

GCW Joey Janela’s Spring Break 6 Part 1
March 31, 2022
Dallas, TX
Fair Park

  • GCW Ultraviolent Title Match: Alex Colon (c) vs. John Wayne Murdoch
  • GCW World Title Match: Jon Moxley (c) vs. AJ Gray
  • X-Pac vs. Joey Janela
  • Spring Break Scramble Match: Jordan Oliver vs. Jack Cartwheel vs. Gringo Loco vs. Ninja Mack vs. Nick Wayne vs. The Prize Alec Price
  • Mickie James vs. Allie Katch
  • AR Fox vs. Blake Christian
  • GCW Tag Team Title Three Way Match: The H8 Club (Matt Tremont & Nick Gage) (c) vs. The Briscoes (Jay Briscoe & Mark Briscoe) vs. The Second Gear Crew (Mance Warner & Matthew Justice)

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Thanks for the show guys!

From home (nowhere near Dallas), I watched Bloodsport as intended, and I agree the fight between Moxley vs. Busick was incredible. Enjoyable show.

Later, I originally wasn’t planning on ordering anything else besides ROH, but I was still up for more wrestling yesterday, so I ordered the Mark Hitchcock Memorial Super Show.

  • I guess because of that actual prize of $5000 for the crowd’s favorite match, every match received more than enough time. A benefit for most of the matches, but two matches really dragged for me: Athena vs. Mia Yim, and John Hennigan vs. Taya Valkyrie in the Dirty Dishes Match (Taya had the dirty dishes and cleaning supplies “brought in from home” for this, but I started to wish they would take this match home).

  • Bandido vs. Speedball Mike Bailey opened the card and was so much fun. My definite match of the show. The six-man tag was fast-paced and exciting. I thought Timothy Thatcher vs. Tomohiro Ishii was pretty good, and Minoru Suzuki vs. Biff Busick very good (Biff’s cut from Bloodsport opened up).

  • The Briscoes vs. Homicide & Low Ki was the main event, and I thought it came together well after an awkward start, following some bullshit before the match between Low Ki and a front row fan.

  • I probably shouldn’t give away the entrants of Team PCO vs. Team Onita here, as the reveals were among the biggest highlights of the match to me. All I’ll say is that PCO’s partners were all WWE alumni, and Onita’s partners were… also WWE alumni technically, but not identifiable as such. Very light-hearted match.