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  1. Well, this is going to be the most balls-out TV match of the year, I expect. This is worked at a joshi-level pace the whole way, for better (the advanced moves, the pacing not seen on WWF TV) and for worse (Bull takes a German suplex on the floor and sells it like a hip toss). Not much of a psychological masterpiece but for a 7-minute TV sprint loaded with big moves, this is fun as hell and a must for any supplemental set. Blayze regains the Women's title and has her nose broken afterward by a debuting Rhonda Singh. Singles match of Madusa's career?
  2. Man, I maybe be insane but 1990-1992 Bull rules so hard compared to what she was doing later. This was Bull as wall of doom who will squash you like a bug. Hasegawa and Bat are the weak links, altough Bat will kick you really hard in the face for a weak link. I continue to love incubatory Hokuto as everytime she's in it looks like a fight to the death. Actually it also looks like a fight to the death when Hasegawa is in because she takes the most god awful beating in this. Horrid horrid horrid. Hasegawa has almost no offense compared to karate Bat and Bull, so she takes her basic junior's spin kick and turns it into a death move. I mean she does this by straight up spin kicking Bat directly in the face several times and not pulling shit in the slightest. I could see Daisuke Ikeda appreciating those kicks. Actually the whole match is about executing moves in the most violent manner possible as Hokuto drops Bull with the absolute nastiest double arm ddt I've ever seen and then makes her nose touch the mat doing a seated Cattle Mutilation. Hokuto has her knee in a bandage and does a pretty realistic job selling it at one point. I mean this is just a super violent 10 minute sprint, but Hokuto will do stuff like that to remind you who she is.
  3. Finally! A Bull Nakano match where she works like Bull Nakano. This was her working as a monster. Yamada can't lift her etc. Nakano is great at putting over Yamada's kicks and offensive flurries. When she's on offense, she's just beating the shit out of Yamada. I wish these matches had transitions that felt a little less random, but what do ya want. Not all of Yamada's stuff landed clean, but it didn't really matter as she was just throwing the kitchen sink at Bull.
  4. What was Nagayo doing between the Crush Gals and this show, anyway? Or until the formation of GAEA? I do admire the booking of this show for laying out so many disparate styles, especially for a big joshi show where one of my criticisms is that the styles and matches tend to run together. This is a hard-hitting slugfest between two old rivals, with some crowd brawling and some intense submission work before we start hitting the near-falls. I don't know what Nagayo's status was but for a legend-returns-to-the-ring match this was pretty awesome, and she didn't look to have lost a step. Nagayo gets a nice comeback after kicking out of the Guillotine Legdrop, before Bull shrugs it off to put her away.
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