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  3. I was pleasantly surprised by the match itself. Both guys worked really hard and built to some good nearfalls before the time limit draw. Kobayashi's selling was very good. Ultimately, this is a bad spot for both guys because of the lack of heat. Tough to do a great garbage match with big nearfalls in front of so few people making so little noise.
  4. cramerjason87

    [2000-03-26-BJW] Tomoaki Honma vs Jun Kasai

    Really interesting match. It felt like a New Japan young lion vs a veteran match with weapon shots. They did a great job of engaging the crowd with nearfalls. Honma had some fantastic offense especially the brainbuster. Kasai sold well and had fire on his comebacks. Interested to see more Big Japan after this match.
  5. It's difficult to tell how good this match was with the clipping but it looked fun. NJPW is consistently entertaining through these first three months. The no selling got a bit extreme here but I respect the effort you get out of every NJPW heavyweight.
  6. Dull match mainly because of Team No Fear. There was a lack of intensity in the way the match unfolded. Had a similar structure when Shiga was in to the singles match he had with Akiyama but without Akiyama the match didn't work.
  7. Mr. Mexico looks so good in the clips. High intensity when he is on offense. The clipping makes it hard to judge how good the match is but getting a chance to see Mr. Mexico here is worthwhile.
  8. If the first half of this match is anything like the back half this could be a classic. The finishing stretch is such a back and forth struggle. Crowd was going nuts and all four guys looked great. Such a big fan of the pace of heavyweights in New Japan in these matches.
  9. cramerjason87

    [2000-03-20-NJPW] Jushin Liger vs Don Frye

    Frye has a look and instincts for pro wrestling. He does a great job keeping the leg work on Liger interesting. His strikes look good too. Match loses steam because of Liger's spotty selling.'Ok match but seeing Frye in this match compared to the Sasaki match was impressive, he totally gets it.
  10. cramerjason87

    [2000-03-19-AAA] Oscar Sevilla vs Gran Apache

    It is interesting to watch a match with double juice take place in the rain. The actual match is pretty decent considering how slick the ring is. Pretty intense brawl with some nice sequences.
  11. An epic struggle between two masters. The match gets better every time I see it. If anything in this project is in the same stratosphere as this match I would be shocked. I wish I had the words to express how great I think this match is.
  12. Such an easy match to watch. Non-stop action but what made it so fun was the variance in how each pairing worked. Tons of dives and big bumps.
  13. Fun stuff. The rudo team was great all around. The brawling in the first fall was very good and intense. I liked how they mixed in some more traditional sequences in the second fall before going back to the brawling for the finish. Texano busting open Perro Jr. looked great. Best thing from AAA so far.
  14. Absolutely outstanding. The fueds in CMLL are so intense. Rivera and Mr. Mexico spent every second of this match attacking each other. Everything they did looked crisp and violent. The other 4'guys did a very good job of staying out of the way and providing interesting sequences between the brawling. The third fall dive sequence was great. Best low blow I've ever seen by Mr. Mexico at the finish. Loved this match.
  15. Scruffy match due to some poorly timed spots but interesting. Hopefully more minis matches show up.