NJPW Wrestle Kingdom 14 Day One (4/1/20) Review


The start of a new decade and of course New Japan kicks it off with their biggest show of the year, which for the first time ever is split across two days!
This first day inlcudes Hiromu against Ospreay for the Jr. Title, Naito vs. Jay White for the IC title and of course, Okada/Ibushi for the Heavyweight title in the main event. Let’s see how it goes.

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My Decade with Wrestling (2010 – 2019)


So as we come to the end of the decade, it’s time to reflect on the events of the past 10 years. Wrestling has been real good this decade, the quality and availability of stuff has been higher than ever, though of course this has still been a fair amount of hot garbage to go along with it. But rather than do a match of the decade list, which in all honesty, I would have real trouble picking in the first place, I wanted to just highlight some events and things that have stuck with me or kept me interested as a fan, whether it be something specific or much more general. I did plan writing something big and detailed, but not really had the time to, so instead here’s just a few things that stuck me this decade.

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NOAH The Best 2019 ~ Battle Of Aesthetics (2/11/19) Review


So I’ve honestly not watched much Japanese wrestling these past couple of months, which tends to happen a lot for me anyway towards the end of the year, but I knew that I at the very least, wanted to NOAH’s big show in the Sumo Hall. They got a varied mix of guests coming in and the crowning of the first ever GHC National Champion between Michael Elgin and Takashi Suguira. As well as N-1 Winner Kenou once again having another go at taking the GHC Heavyweight belt from Kiyomiya. Let’s go.

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NJPW Royal Quest 2019 Live Show Review


So on Saturday we had three big shows on the go and I wanted to tackle all of them, and this first one I actually got to attend in person.
It was first New Japan show I’ve ever attended and first wrestling show I’ve gone to in just over three years. And with a  quite a good card on the go, I was certainly excited to attend, even though I wasn’t originally meant to go, instead filling in for a spare ticket.

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