In this article we will be spotlighting the FTR vs The Briscoes 2. We will look at the stats and how the match unfolded as well as comparing and contrasting it to the original and modern tag team classics in DIY vs The Revival and the Young Bucks vs Omega/Page.
First of a quick look at the excellent Pure Rules match between Wheeler Yuta and Daniel Garcia:
FTR vs The Briscoes was an incredibly offence-rich match even at 43 minutes. Double figures for strikedowns and grapples meant it was hard-hitting from both sides. Fascinatingly, The Briscoes almost doubled FTR's share of the total offence; 62% vs 38%. Full In-ring Statistics below:
Below there are Flow of Offence charts that illuminated how the teams traded offence and advantages throughout the contest. You can also see where the falls occurred in relation to the intensity of the action or the strength of either team's momentum at that time:
Now we have the two FTR/Briscoes matches compared alongside each other. We have both the literal numbers and the Per Hour numbers so we can compare the matches easily without the difference in match times being an issue. Please Note the mistake on the FTR/Briscoes 2 match. The Briscoes strikes per hour should be 233 and not 95:
This time we have the two matches between the two teams but their Flow of Offences compared. You can see the differences in how the first match was more competitive whereas the second saw the teams exchange momentum more in opposition to each other. The Match Flow also shows the total offence occurring in each match per minute. The second peaks lower but falls less:
It seems sensible to compare this 2/3 Falls FTR match with the famous one they had with DIY as The Revival in NXT. You will find both the literal numbers and the Per Hour numbers so we can compare the matches easily again, without the difference in match times being an issue. Please Note the mistake on the FTR/Briscoes 2 match. The Briscoes strikes per hour should be 233 and not 95:
Same two matches as the previous image but this time we are comparing the Flow of Offences as be did with the two Briscoes matches. The length difference means that the two matches are incredibly different:
To finish things off we are comparing the previously mentioned three matches with, quite possibly, the best tag match of modern wrestling; Adam Page and Kenny Omega vs The Young Bucks:
Per Hour numbers again to flatten out time differences. Please remember the mistake on the FTR/Briscoes 2 match. The Briscoes strikes per hour should be 233 and not 95:
Flow of Offences shows that the Briscoes/FTR 2 was easily the most back and forth?
To finish, we have the pace of each match plotted below:
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