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  1. This is one of those matches where I'm kind of stunned how it's been lost to time. It aired on Samurai TV, it has 4 quasi-big names of japan independent wrestling, and it's a 25 minute match in front of a big crowd where everyone goes all out to give the fans what they want. They could've easily coasted here and just done their crowd pleasing signature spots, but in between that there were some really good exchanges and a number of smart spots. Otsuka working lucharesu exchanges with Sasuke is all kinds of fun, and he and Ishikawa have some brief but great sections where they hit the mat and brain eachother with nasty headbutts. Both Sasuke and Shinzaki had their working boots on. Dug all the well timed thrust kicks from Shinzaki and Sasuke was laying in all of his kicks aswell as busting out all his big highspots. The bomb throwing at the end was something else. I don't associate the BattlARTS crew with the kind of big bombs you see in junior matches so seeing Otsuka eating a massive powerbomb off the top or Ishikawa getting dumped with a huge double German Suplex was wild. There was also some nifty team work emphasing moments and they switched control in such a way that you couldn't guess the outcome. Ishikawa countering Shinzakis rope walk was great and just the kind of character moment you want from a weird stylistic crossover match.
  2. Murakami wasn't doing his googly eyed psycho act at this point, but he was getting there. This was a really fun match. Yone is hit and miss, but put him in a short match where his sole duty is to hit and get hit really hard, he's quite formidable. Lots of guys pushing into eachother and trying to land thudding kicks and punches which is Murakamis forte. His non-showy style of matwork was a nice contrast to the BattlARTS crew and their shenanigans as well. Last few minutes was basically Murakami acting as a mini-Naoya Ogawa which works just for fine. Short, stiff, to the point, nothing too complicated and the ending drew big crowd reactions, it's everything an undercard on a post modern shootstyle/lucharesu joint show should be.
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    [1999-09-03-ECW-TNN] Taz vs Taijiri

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  4. DAISAKU is a kickboxer dude who has worked CAPTURE, so can handle himself against a stiff monster. Doesn't matter though cause S.U. Power just crushes him. Daisaku puts on a good fight but is put to sleep in about 3 minutes. Very brief but very painful looking. Amazing promo after the match and Super Uchu Power struts away as the theme from Terminator 2 blasts from the speakers. All hail the Super Cosmic Force!
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    [1999-05-24-WCW-Nitro] Owen Hart Tribute

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