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  1. Holy SHIT. Doc is just absurd at this point--it's one thing to start putting on great matches with the Four Corners, but to have a match THIS good and THIS well-worked with Jun (who's still not a Corner, despite his tremendous rookie credentials), after where Doc was just a couple years ago, would have been beyond my comprehension. This opens with some of the best matwork seen in an All-Japan ring in years--I daresay I'd put it up against almost any '80s Project match outside of Robinson vs. Bockwinkel. Then we progress, and it's another star-making performance from Jun in defeat, but this may be the most star-making of all. Some great hope spots and comebacks from Jun here, set up perfectly by Doc. I particularly liked Jun taking a page from Williams' book and ramming his back into the turnbuckle before hitting the Northern Lights. Williams fails to put Jun away with the Stampede and then Jun counters the Doctor Bomb, leaving Doc no choice but to bust out the backdrop driver for a tough, tough win. Williams is making a strong Wrestler of the Year push, and he's still got a lot of big matches to go! I enjoyed this as much as almost any match I've seen so far on this Yearbook--it was THAT good. And a very different style of match by '90s All-Japan standards. Easily the best of Jun's career to this point--he deserves to get a pin over somebody before the year is out.
  2. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UFKc040pkfY&list=WL&index=117 This is a match between two women who are mostly known for being jobbers on NXT. I was most interested in seeing Purrazzo here as she get a fair bit of hype online, while I've enjoyed a lot of Santana's indy work. This was worked in a smart way. After some back and forth in the opening Santana picks up the pace with Purrazzo unable to keep up so she has to slow it down through stalling. Deonna doesn't do anything flashy but all of her offense is focused and her selling is tremendous. Santana is pretty mcuh Santana here, just another very good all around performance. Finish is a bit out of nowhere but doesn't take anything away from the work done before it. ***1/2