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Tag Team Championship #7
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RULE
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Man im torn as fuck. Both teams were very even. One had better flow, other was more direct. Both had personal moments which i liked. Both had a mixture of simple/played concepts and some nice fresh executions. As impressive as a schemed 32 is techincally, it did lead to too much filler for team B. Conversely team A the flow was choppy in places and could of used a little more scheme length in places. Mannn this is close. In the end i feel one team were slightly SLIGHTY more impressive conceptually. Votes in but this could go either way. 1/ Voted: Yes (Hidden)
Posted on: 2016-03-06 12:05:19 Private Message RULE



 

 
 

Lethal! Posted on: 2016-02-29 08:41:40 Private Message Manhattan


Either way, shits Lethal.... Posted on: 2016-02-29 16:22:18 Private Message Esso


Respect & much love to the familia. Either way it's Lethal. Let's give the people a show brothers. #BeLikeSkizzo #IAMWHOIAM Posted on: 2016-03-01 12:27:42 Private Message Skizzo


lets hope this isnt a no-show win like all the others Posted on: 2016-03-04 17:02:03 Private Message WarSand


Looking forward to this one Posted on: 2016-03-05 15:17:18 Private Message Streetz Da Hood


Homeskool

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Solid final match. One group had some impressive name-flips and some very solid concepts as well. The other team had some good personals and some creative set-ups, punches. I felt like the lengthy multi-run hurt the one team, as they ended up forcing their wording on a few punches to fit the scheme, which hurt the overall quality of their material. A couple punches could have been much better with simple edits. The other team stayed nearly as complex and executed their set-ups and punches with more consistency. Good job to all involved. Voted: Yes (Hidden)
Posted on: 2016-03-05 20:22:41 Private Message Homeskool


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#double-shots of textpresso!! Posted on: 2016-03-05 22:56:28 Private Message ILLoKWENT


One of the best battles on lb I have seen in ages. Both had personals, punches and concepts backed up by good metas and humor. And props to one for sticking to a scheme in a 32,, even if there was a Lil bit of forcing in places. Other had slightly better concepts, so this is a tough call... But one caught my attention slightly more. But dope from both, thx for a great final. Voted: Yes (Hidden)
Posted on: 2016-03-06 18:53:37 Private Message COFFIN DODGER


This is tough to vote one team wasn't as synchronized as the other..U can tell where one started and the other ended..But they had some really solid lines in there with some played ones but it didn't hinder their verse at all.. The other stayed with a complex rhyme scheme beginning to end and conceptually were stronger there opponents..I did feel u guys kinda dragged the personals a little and attacked one guy in particular more than the other but it wasn't bad..This is too tough to call..To bad there is no tie option..I got one the fairs in.. Voted: Yes (Hidden)
Posted on: 2016-03-06 19:27:08 Private Message Xercius


Very close battle... both were amazing, first group very creative dope concepts and punches while their flow was a bit choppy at places while second group maintained a scheme and had more hard hitting personal bars.. i can see this battle going anyside... goin with the one who stood out more for me fairs in no hate Voted: Yes (Hidden)
Posted on: 2016-03-07 00:51:01 Private Message Drgaire


damn i read that in double time this was a close one you guys all kept it up in the set up but I AM pulled through! Round 2 would be interesting if you dont mind me saying boys Voted: Yes (Hidden)
Posted on: 2016-03-07 09:58:14 Private Message BlazeDaMafioso


NatsHubby

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First verse- The first bar had a great continuation from the start to the end and everything connected, not conceptually but in terms of coherence. The punch in itself was a bit bland and not that striking. I felt the execution was on point and the wording was good but the punchline was not creative. At some places I felt that you placed your multis in a rather wrong way for example the "flyer sounding" multi was awkward and filler and even if i read the bar without it, it doesn't make any difference in terms of the concept or the build up. The second thing is that I felt that you carried that scheme a bit longer than expected and ended it with a rather basic punch. I get the in the clouds/pick up steam punch and I appreciate the fact that you used an idiom to tie in the punch with the build up but it didn't have much impact, especially when it was led by such a lengthy scheme. I liked the condensation/drips on outside idea but the way it was translated into a punchline was meh. Like the repetition of the drips/drops was unnecessary and you should have found a different way to tie in the condensation idea with the punch. I felt the "get it to work on his end/back arched with ass clapping" concept was much better than the punchline. The prophet/claiming he is god was a very basic analogy and the execution was rather stretched out whereas you could have worded the same punch in less than 2 lines. I liked the Manhattan project/massive explosion line especially how you tied it in with the text battle impact analogy. Other than the Ski-Man line was one of the best lines of the battle, execution was on point, loved how you tied in both the names to form the punch. Overall I felt that your verse was a hit and miss at points, I do feel that the punches which did hit hard were some of the best lines of this battle but the ones which didn't, really were bad. The second verse, I felt that in the first bar you wasted a lot of good multi sets by not executing them by lacing them with an independent concept but by just putting it out there as a statement. I liked the double ended multi as the punch but the Forest Griffin/Submission punch didn't pan out well solely because Griffin is not a submission fighter and also it was a rather basic comparison. The yoga / bending the truth analogy was ok, i liked the punch because you used the idiom "STEALING THUNDER" to tie it in with the punch and it all related to Raiden and Odin. The card/magician line was cool, the slip up/get wrecked/accidents line was cool...see this is what I meant when I said you wasted multi sets in the first bar by not tying it in with a concept. All that but I felt the punchline you ended the bar with was weak compared to the concepts you had in the setup of the same bar. The X-Man line was executed perfectly and the wording was on point, the concept was cool. The in-vest time/laser tag line was cool, I thought the mosaic line was meh. The Animals on the chopping block/throwing down with the snakes/moses tab all connected perfectly and hit hard, especially you had a setup about religion in the same bar. The cut from a different fabric idiom tied in with the jab was nice, I thought the solar system punch could have been worded in a more creative way tbh. Overall I felt that the scheme didn't limit your creativity, At times you did waste multi sets which could have been used with a certain concept to hit harder but instead they led to you having filler. My vote goes to the team which I felt had the superior punches, clear wording and a more mature verse overall. FV is in. Voted: Yes (Hidden)
Posted on: 2016-03-07 15:40:02 Private Message NatsHubby


Darn good final tag team. Props to both sides and always respect. I think one team had some clever concepts and wordplay, started real strong, fell off a bit in the middle with a few punches falling a bit short execution wise and then finished solidly. I do think they were a bit longer winded with the complex set ups and has some phrasing of multi sets that may have weakened punchline impact here and there. I felt the winners here were maybe a bit less complex in concepts, but more consistent with how they phrased set ups and multis leading into more obvious punchlines that created impact although the length of multis felt fillerish at times it also helped to clean up the read. I appreciated both sides wordplay and personal, but felt one team just came a bit cleaner with execution. This is a tough call and a bit of a tossup, but after reading a couple times, I am leaning one way. Both teams did some impressive work here. RESPECT 2 all. FV in. Voted: Yes (Hidden)
Posted on: 2016-03-07 21:08:47 Private Message The Ghost of Freak

 

 
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