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  1. I agree with the rating on this match. I swear, I love some ZSJ, and I see his career going on for several decades. Irish wrestling is in good hands if Jordan Devlin is the one leading the charge. Again, 100% agreed. ****1/2
  2. I thought that this was a great match as well, up until now SHO was the breakout star, while YOH has looked like the weaker of the team as far as them both being singles wrestlers go. But in this match with Will Ospreay, YOH showed a lot of heart against one of the absolute best workers in the world who can truly put on a great match with anyone. I also liked that YOH went after Ospreay's well known injured neck which gave him a fighting chance even though he ended up on the losing end. ****
  3. Even though there is no film footage to show it, based on what I have researched, no one tops Lou Thesz when it comes to this topic. In the 1930's he was having many of the greatest matches of that decade and then even in the 1970's there is video footage of him teaming with Karl Gotch vs. Antonio Inoki & Seiji Sakaguchi in a match that neared 4 Stars in my eyes. Also him being a World Heavyweight Champion on & off from the 1930's to the 1960's must say something about the consistent quality of matches that he was having all the time. I just wish that there was video footage of him throughout all of those decades to expose it.
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    Finest Final Matches

    Katsuyori Shibata vs. Kazuchika Okada (NJPW Sakura Genesis 2017) Shawn Michaels vs. The Undertaker (WWE WrestleMania XXVI) Genichiro Tenryu vs. Kazuchika Okada in 2015
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    Best workers of the 2010s (so far)

    AJ Styles Kazuchika Okada Kenny Omega Hiroshi Tanahashi Kota Ibushi Bryan Danielson (Daniel Bryan) Shinsuke Nakamura (Until his arrival to the WWE main roster) Tomohiro Ishii Naomichi Marufuji Io Shirai Kana (Asuka) Meiko Satomura Zack Sabre Jr. (He may be the most consistent in-ring wrestler of the decade) Will Ospreay (Incredible consistency as well) WALTER KUSHIDA Ricochet Roderick Strong Kyle O'Reilly Jay Lethal Davey Richards Daisuke Sekimoto Shuji Ishikawa Johnny Gargano The Young Bucks (Most consistent in-ring tag team of the decade) Chris Hero (Before going back to the WWE) Matt Riddle (Even though he came midway through the decade he has been amazing regardless) Volador Jr. Negro Casas