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  1. King of Debt

    All Elite Wrestling

    Maybe I should actually watch the product before I scramble in my wallet for cents but the vibes I've been getting from it all so far has been of a company who looks at all the studies showing that the average age of wrestling watchers is about 30-50+, says "Great! We know how to work those guys!", and forgot to ask the reason why, in a post-kayfabe MMA-era world, an adult of such an age would want the best for an art about two people pretending to hit each other and go ouch. I appreciate wrestling as a world-weary chap but if I didn't have that youngin's belief to trace it back to I wouldn't even know how to start admiring it in a fully unironic light. You can survive off the IWC but you won't be beating anybody with just the IWC. When we find a kid who gets excited for some guy smashing a prop chair with a sledgehammer, that's when we can have the discussion about AEW becoming #1
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    Your 2019 Midyear Awards

    I don't watch enough promotions to throw my hat into a discussion like this but if there's a major show better than Spring Break 3 Night 1 it's probably in Show of the Decade territory
  3. King of Debt

    WWE TV June 17th - 23rd 2019

    Anybody have a spare, preferably combustible limousine lying around?
  4. King of Debt

    Current Lucha Talk

    Sorta off-topic but did I miss something or did about 80% of the SlamBamJam catalogue just...disappear into the nether?
  5. King of Debt

    Interest in a Puerto Rico watch project?

    If you're able to wait until July for this I'd love to participate. I would still need to get my hands on the set somehow if it isn't floating through Youtube in bits and bobs but PR sounds like exactly my cup of tea. I just have to take a break for this wrestling malarkey while I move these boxes around in my own life
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    Greatest Match Ever Project

    Man, you guys really need to get into deathmatch feds. It's not even as if there isn't a bloodlust in this place given the performance of Kandori/Hokuto and Chicana/MS-1 so it's crazy how out of 487 matches submitted there's absolutely no BJW, FREEDOMS, CZW or GCW in there (and even the general hardcore promotions didn't do so great outside of FMW). That probably sounds crazy from the outside and I can't exactly complain given I didn't send a ballot but I legit got tears of emotion in my eyes watching Takeda v Kodaka 6/20 the first time so I'll make that argument all day. The best parts of deathmatch wrestling are downright transcendental in their interpolation of violence as a creative and emotive force. Can't knock the hustle for getting this project together in the first place, though. Hopefully it grows throughout the years.
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    Mania Week Insanity 2019

    It took a week but MurderMania Nights 1 & 2 are on Title Match Network. I don't know if it's clipped to high hell or not but if it isn't and you all made your Best of the Weekend lists before considering Casanova Valentine and the new Leatherface in a no-ring deathmatch, shame on you. Tut tut.
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    Mania Week Insanity 2019

    Stop asking silly questions.
  9. King of Debt

    NXT talk

    Something something subjectivity something something something opinions something the great outdoors something. It's like Schnitzel once said - radda radda RADDA radda.
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    Mania Week Insanity 2019

    Rock 'n' Roll Express, in their sixties, have still got it. God gave GCW too much power.
  11. I don't think people know that it was STYLE-E that Takeda got his start in, the training promotion of sorts (or at least the rung below U-STYLE) for the youngsters of the U-FILE CAMP run by Kiyoshi Goddamn Tamura. When Takeda wants to go, he can go - and he absolutely went. A very different beast to Thatcher/H Suzuki and Barnett/M Suzuki, short and sweet, quick-flicks between silk-smooth matwork and sickening schlaps. Every sparring sequence in this had me hopping out of my chair. MOTN on a ridiculously stacked card.
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    Mania Week Insanity 2019

    Honestly Barnett vs Suzuki was exhausting to me, still great but so far from my cup of tea that it could never justify going as long as it did. Good for you if you get it but it's too slow and methodical. Gresham/Takeda was exactly my jam, though, just two men striking each other into comas. The whole thing besides the first match was really solid and it'd be my show of the weekend (assuming I won't bother to watch Takeover) if Spring Break Night 1 hadn't delivered both probably the best deathmatch-as-spectacle you could ask for in the main and a very, very possible contender for the greatest comedy match of all time in the Invisible Brothers match
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    Mania Week Insanity 2019

    Watching BLP. Wasn't expecting Manny Fernandez and Swoggle to go over in the year of our lord 2019 but I'm strangely OK with it
  14. King of Debt

    Mania Week Insanity 2019

    The IDTV Reunion Jay v Parnell was the first match of that feud I've seen and now I want to binge through the whole damn thing. Brutal in the best way.
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    2004-2010 joshi puroresu

    Peep this thread. For completion's sake, here's the listings for PUNQ's Best of Joshi compilations for 2004 & 2005, courtesy of Blue Thunder Best of Joshi 2004 Disc 1 (1/18/04 - 4/30/04). 1. Akino & Ranmaru vs. Megumi Yabushita & Baby M (Jd' 1/18/04) 2. Fang Suzuki & Claw vs. The Bloody & Yumi Ohka (Jd' 1/18/04) 3. Meiko Satomura & Chikayo Nagashima vs. Ran Yu Yu & Toshie Uematsu (GAEA 2/17/04) 4. Ran Yu Yu & Toshie Uematsu vs. Chikayo Nagashima & Sugar Sato (GAEA 3/21/04) 5. Meiko Satomura vs. Genki Misae (GAEA 3/21/04) 6. Sugar Sato & Chikayo Nagashima vs. Chigusa Nagayo & Lioness Asuka (GAEA 4/30/04) Best of Joshi 2004 Disc 2 (4/4/04 - 8/8/04). 1. Chikayo Nagashima vs. Devil Masami (GAEA 4/4/04) 2. Mariko Yoshida, Michiko Ohmukai, & Baby M vs. Makai Majo #1, Makai Majo #2, & Makai Majo #3 - Elimination Match (M's Style 6/8/04) 3. Aja Kong & Amazing Kong vs. Manami Toyota & Dynamite Kansai (GAEA 6/20/04) 4. Chigusa Nagayo, Ayako Hamada, Chikayo Nagashima, & Carlos Amano vs. Amazing Kong, Mayumi Ozaki, Ran Yu Yu, & Toshie Umeatsu - Elimination Match (GAEA 6/20/04) 5. Meiko Satomura vs. Aja Kong (GAEA 6/20/04) 6. Lioness Asuka vs. Akino (GAEA 6/20/04) 7. Meiko Satomura & Akino vs. Ayako Hamada & Carlos Amano (GAEA 7/11/04) 8. Carlos Amano vs. Mayumi Ozaki (OZ Academy 8/8/04) Best of Joshi 2004 Disc 3 (8/8/04 - 9/20/04). 1. Shinobu Kandori & Raven Hiroka vs. Dump Matsumoto & Sasori (LLPW 8/8/04) 2. Momoe Nakanishi vs. Genki Misae (NEO 8/14/04) 3. Ayako Hamada vs. Kumiko Maekawa (AJW 8/29/04) 4. Yoshiko Tamura vs. Yuka Shiina (NEO 9/4/04) 5. The Bloody vs. Yoshiko Tamura (NEO 9/20/04) Best of Joshi 2004 Disc 4 (8/8/04 - 12/12/04). 1. Chikayo Nagashima & Amazing Kong vs. Aja Kong & Ayako Hamada (OZ Academy 8/8/04) 2. Azumi Hyuga, Tsubasa Kuragaki, & Erika Watanabe vs. Commando Bolshoi, Kayuko Haruyama, & Kaori Yoneyama (JWP 9/12/04) 3. Momoe Nakanishi & Nanae Takahashi vs. Ayako Hamada & Saki Maemura (AJW 11/7/04) 4. Mika Nishio vs. Hikaru (AJW 11/7/04) 5. Ayako Hamada & Momoe Nakanishi vs. Chikayo Nagashima & Sugar Sato (GAEA 12/12/04) 6. Ayako Hamada vs. Nanae Takahashi (AJW 12/12/04) Best of Joshi 2005 Disc 1 (1/16/05 - 4/17/05). 1. Highlights from AJW's last show (AJW 4/17/05) 2. Chigusa Nagayo & Carlos Amano vs. Mariko Yoshida & Akino (GAEA 1/16/05) 3. Ayako Hamada & Kaoru vs. Lioness Asuka & Sakura Hirota (GAEA 1/22/05) 4. Carlos Amano vs. Ayane Mizumura (GAEA 1/22/05) 5. Carlos Amano & Akino vs. Toshie Uematsu & Ran Yu Yu (GAEA 2/11/05) 6. Jaguar Yokota vs. Sakura Hirota (GAEA 2/11/05) 7. Sugar Sato vs. Chikayo Nagashima (GAEA 2/11/05) 8. Aja Kong vs. Chigusa Nagayo (GAEA 2/11/05) 9. KAORU vs. Lioness Asuka - Hardcore Match (GAEA 2/11/05) 10. Sugar Sato, Chikayo Nagashima, Toshie Uematsu, & Ran Yu Yu vs. Chigusa Nagayo, Carlos Amano, Sakura Hirota, & Ayane Mizumura (GAEA 3/6/05) Best of Joshi 2005 Disc 2 (4/3/05 - 11/13/05). 1. Meiko Satomura vs. Aja Kong (GAEA 4/3/05) 2. Chigusa Nagayo & Lioness Asuka vs. Sugar Sato & Chikayo Nagashima - Lioness Asuka Retirement Match (GAEA 4/3/05) 3. Aja Kong vs. Carlos Amano (GAEA 4/10/05) 4. Sugar Sato & Chikayo Nagashima vs. Toshie Uematsu & Ran Yu Yu (GAEA 4/10/05) 5. Sakura Hirota vs. Mayumi Ozaki - Sakura Hirota Retirement Match (GAEA 4/10/05) 6. Meiko Satomura vs. Chigusa Nagayo - Chigusa Nagayo Retirement Match (GAEA 4/10/05) 7. Ayako Hamada vs. Mirai (OZ Academy 6/26/05) 8. Yumi Ohka vs. Mirai (Jd' 7/17/05) 9. Azumi Hyuga & Kyoko Kimura vs. Mariko Yoshida & Mirai (IBUKI 7/31/05) 10. Mirai Memorial Ceremony (IBUKI 9/23/05) 11. Mariko Yoshida & Haruka Matsuo vs. Kaoru Ito & Natsuki*Head (IBUKI 9/23/05) 12. Yumi Ohka & Kyoko Kimura vs. Ayumi Kurihara & Atsuko Emoto - 2-of-3 Falls Match (IBUKI 9/23/05) 13. Kaoru Ito & Shuu Shibutani vs. Mariko Yoshida & Bambi (IBUKI 11/13/05) 14. Haruka Matsuo & Atsuko Emoto vs. Kyoko Kimura & Natsuki*Head (IBUKI 11/13/05) 15. Kana vs. Saki Maemura (AtoZ 8/7/05) 16. Manami Toyota vs. Mika Nishio (AtoZ 8/7/05) 17. Yumiko Hotta vs. Kumiko Maekawa (AtoZ 8/7/05) Best of Joshi 2005 Disc 3 (1/7/05 - 12/11/05). 1. Nanae Takahashi vs. Momoe Nakanishi - Momoe Nakanishi Retirement Match (Momoe Nakanishi Produce 1/7/05) 2. Mayumi Ozaki & Carlos Amano vs. Sugar Sato & Chikayo Nagashima - Sugar Sato Retirement Match (OZ Academy 6/26/05) 3. Megumi Yabushita & Keiko Saito vs. Fang Suzuki & Maru - Maru & Keiko Saito Retreiment Match (Jd' 9/17/05) 4. Chikayo Nagashima vs. Akino (OZ Academy 12/11/05) 5. Meiko Satomura, Amazing Kong, & Dynamite Kansai vs. Mayumi Ozaki, Chikayo Nagashima, & Carlos Amano (OZ Academy 12/11/05) Best of Joshi 2005 Disc 4 (2/13/05 - 12/6/05). 1. Yoshiko Tamura vs. Kaori Yoneyama (NEO 2/13/05) 2. Yoshiko Tamura, Genki Misae, Etsuko Mita, & Yuki Miyazaki vs. Azumi Hyuga, Commando Bolshoi, Kayuko Haruyama, & Erika Watanabe - 30 Minute Iron Woman Match (NEO/JWP 3/14/05) 3. Yoshiko Tamura vs. The Bloody (NEO 6/19/05) 4. Kyoko Inoue & Manami Toyota vs. Yoshiko Tamura & Azumi Hyuga (NEO 7/3/05) 5. Yoshiko Tamura vs. Manami Toyota (NEO 9/18/05) 6. Jaguar Yokota vs. Ayako Hamada (EMPRESS 12/4/05) 7. Shinobu Kandori vs. Dump Matsumoto (LLPW 12/6/05)
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