I haven’t done any reviews for the BOSJ this year, so I thought I’d at least do one for the final two days.
I’ve managed to keep up with most of the tournament but haven’t watched every match, but here’s a list of one that I have really enjoyed:
Taiji Ishimori vs. Will Ospreay
Dragon Lee vs. SHO
El Desperado vs. Hiromu Takahashi
Dragon Lee vs. Hiromu Takahashi
Will Ospreay vs. YOH
Chris Sabin vs. Dragon Lee
KUSHIDA vs. SHO
Hiromu Takahashi vs, Ryusuke Taguchi
Now onto the the Review:
It’s Wrestle-1’s show from golden week as the reformed Kumagoro now known as Kuma Arashi teams up with new stablemate Shotaro Ashino to take on the tag champs Manabu Soya and AKIRA in the main event!
Never thought I’d be reviewing a Chinese promotion but here we are. This is OWE a brand new promotion where people from a range of athletic backgrounds including acrobatics and martial arts, have been trained to become wrestlers by Dragon Gate veteran Cima.
Starting last week in association with american Indie promotion FSW they’ve started having shows streamed through Twitch on Fridays and I decided to check them out as the whole thing seems pretty interesting to be honest. So lets go!
All Japan returns to a packed out Korakuen Hall as the winner of the 2018 Champion carnival Naomichi Marufuji challenges Kento Miyahara in the main event and we get the return of Jake Lee!
It’s the 2018 Great Voyage in Niigata as Global Tag League Winners Kiyomiya/Shiozaki go for the Tag Titles and Atsushi Kotoge challenges Takashi Sugiura for the GHC Title in the main event.
Been meaning to review a Sendai Girls show on here for ages but just never got around to it, well I’m finally doing one and I have heard a lot of good things about this show. So lets see how it goes!
It’s Backlash 2018 featuring Shinsuke Nakamura/AJ Styles and Samoa Joe/Roman Reigns, lets see how it goes.
So New Japan just finished their big Wrestling Dontaku tour, spreading out a lot of big matches across different shows. So I decided to pile them all in together in one review (including the Hi No Kuni matches) since I only watched the main matches I was interested in on each show.
Time for some Wrestle-1 as the W-1 champ Manabu Soya teams up with old vet AKIRA to go after the tag titles in the main event. Plus Aljeandro gets his first shot at the Cruiser Title. Lets go!
It’s Champion Carnival Final time, as the Triple Crown Champion Kento Miyahara takes on NOAH’s Naomichi Marufuji. Gonna do the whole event this time since it’d be just one match other wise. Lets go.