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  1. Bloody hell, this looks atrocious.
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    Greatest year ever by a wrestler

    As much as I loved Ospreay in 2019, what drags him down, for me at least, is that a lot of his matches felt very similar. Not only that, I thought Shingo had better tournament runs, and was better in big match situations, even if he doesn't have the sheer volume that Ospreay has.
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    WrestleMania 36

    Becky vs Charlotte vs Sasha
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    Greatest year ever by a wrestler

    Some that I consider Okada in 2017 Hokuto in 1993 Toyota in 1995 Samoa Joe in 2005 Misawa in 1995 Kobashi in 1993 Flair in 1989 Bryan in 2006
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    Ring of Honor Wrestling

    It's weird because before Honor Club they had a good amount of stuff available all the way back to 2002. They didn't have everything, and there were some glaring omissions like the Punk vs Joe trilogy, but there was still a decent amount.
  6. There were a couple of years where the junior tag division was awesome, 2014-2015 I'd say, but that's about the best either tag divisions have looked. The lack of quality tag matches for singles stars wouldn't be so bad if it weren't for the fact that there are very few tag teams worth mentioning, and the matches themselves are mediocre. I happen to be a fan of G.O.D, but I know a lot of people hate them, and with them dominating the division a lot of people are turned off. Plus there are very few tag teams that aren't just singles guys thrown together. Of the top of my head I can only think of G.O.D and Tencozy for HW, though Tencozy is stretching it slightly, and Roppongi 3k for the junior division. I really think they should utilise ROH more for this purpose, especially The Briscoes, who had an awesome couple of matches with G.O.D last summer.
  7. Just gonna chime in on this Nick Gage love and say that his match with David Arquette was the most surreal wrestling match I've ever watched
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    WWE Elimination Chamber 2020

    When Graves isn't trying his best to obnoxiously heel it up he can be a damn good commentator
  9. I think you guys are selling Tanahashi a bit short. He might not have the fan connection that Kobashi has, but he's consistently ranked as the number 1 or number 2 most popular wrestler in Japan. Plus there's that anecdote from AJ that mentions he saw fans crying when he put Tanahashi in the calf-killer.
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    WWE TV 03/02 - 03/08 I know how to fix Bray Wyatt

    Orton/Edge and Lesnar/Drew is the first time I've been interested in a WWE feud since Becky/Sasha. Orton is the most frustrating wrestler of all time. We've had flashes of his best work in 2004, 2007-09, 2011, and now here with Edge. If he had any sort of consistency he'd be one of the world's best.
  11. I don't think All Japan own the footage to those so I doubt we'd be seeing those on the Network.
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    Current New Japan

    Is it not on NJPW world?
  13. I'd say their Mania match was pretty good and their LMS match was damn fun. Cena was one of the few who could bring out something good in Wyatt.
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    All Elite Wrestling

    Cobb has his moments but is really inconsistent. Archer is a terrific fit for AEW, with a good character and an excellent big-man moveset, something I think they need more of in AEW.
  15. Man, the reaction here is the complete polar opposite to wreddit and I'm in agreement here. Goldberg vs Reigns could be a great little match if handled right, but I do agree with the sentiment that they overdid it with The Fiend and built him up so much that a quick squash was rubbish. Also, that video is clearly setting up for Dr. Disrespect vs The Undertaker at WrestleMania.