NJPW Wrestle Kingdom 13 (4/1/19) Review


Time to kick-off 2019 with the biggest New Japan show of the year featuring Kazuchika Okada vs.Jay White, Tetsuya Naito vs. Chris Jericho and of course Kenny Omega vs. Hiroshi Tanahashi in the main event. Lets go!

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NOAH Global League 2018 Day 1 (30/10/18) Review


It’s the start of NOAH’s big yearly singles tournament which sadly doesn’t have the same coverage that the Champion carnival or G1 Climax has, so a lot of it will end up unseen. But here’s day 1 that was aired by Nicopro which isn’t ideal but it’s alot better than getting nothing.
This day also features a Jr. Title Match between Daisuke Harada/Kotaro Suzuki which should be fun and there were also two opening tag matches which I shall be skipping to the straight to the main meat. Lets Go!

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AJPW 2ND WRESTLE-1 Show (19/1/03) Review


Someone recently uploaded this oddball show and as soon as I saw the card, I thought I would check it out and review it even though I’m not really expecting much good from it, but still find these bizarre shows quite fascinating.
From one I can gather this is the second of two shows run by AJPW in partnership with K-1 and PRIDE. The first show was in Yokohama and was main eventedĀ  by Bob Sapp/Great Muta, whilst this one is in the Tokyo Dome and main evented by Bob Sapp/Ernesto Hoost, so there was obviously a lot of money thrown at it considering the venues.
It has a bit of an early HUSTLE vibe to it and certainly looks like a card they would have produced in the beginning almost like a prototype event for it. So lets see how it went.

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AJPW Summer Explosion Series (26/8/18) Review


It’s the big show on All Japan’s Summer Explosion tour featuring the first match of the Oudo Road tournament between Kento Miyahara and Yuji Hino plus the All tag titles and Jr. Heavyweight belt are on the line as well as the Triple Crown Title as Zeus defends against Shuji Ishikawa in the main event.
-Now I will only be focusing on those main matches for this review but I will say that I did quite enjoy the Tatsu/Akiyama vs. Sai/Lee tag match, especially with Akiyama really laying it into Lee.

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