Part one, pre-riot
Part two, post-riot
First off, I have to say Get the Hell Off Our Lawn is the best name for a PPV event I've heard in awhile.
Now, to the results.
This was the first NAPW PPV event I've read, and I have to say, it was pretty good. Definitely on the level of their shows in terms of quality. The only thing I have a problem with is on the matchwriting level, that it seems a little too close to being a regular TV match in some instances. Still, it's a minor complaint.
There was a bunch of stuff going on here, a lot of promos that built up the matches. I love that. It gives the show such an old-school WWF PPV feel to it. Promo, D! and Static stand out for their spots.
I thought the riot was unique. I don't know what else to say about it, because I have mixed feelings about it. On one hand, it's something unexpected and interesting. It's a good heat builder for Rex and Ravager and the other of Winchell's minions. On the other hand... it came of a little forced. If a riot really broke out, then the show wouldn't have resumed the next day and used for an angle, and if it was an angled riot, then it comes off a little cheesy. I don't know... I'll probably come around on it, especially if the parties involved build off it into something special.
I personally can't wait to see Tommy Deathrow react to having to wear a dress :)
The title match sequence at the end I thought was pretty good. You had some heel dickery, the underdog face winning against all odds, but there was a twist. I can't wait to see where this new Man in Black arc is headed, and I'm waiting to see how D! plays winning the title in a tainted manner. Diego's such a talented writer, I'm actually excited to see where it's going.
So in closing, I think you should read this show, even if it will be your first NAPW show. It's an overall positive experience, and I think it serves as a great building block into bigger and better things.