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  1. Typical Choshu match with all that entails. You get Choshu slapping the shit out of Chono, and Chono bleeding and trying to take the megastar down. Pretty rough around the edges in terms of layout and Chono isn't very compelling (though I loved his full speed yakuza kick to Choshus face) but the big moments of the match felt brutal.
  2. Well, this seems like a no-brainer matchup. Williams is a aggressive and physical. Hashimoto may be the greatest ever at building a match around a physical challenge. And well this is a pretty sweet big burly guy fight in front of a molten hot crowd that was dying to see Hashimoto destroy this mutant. Williams is a little goofy at times but largely holds up his end. You some intense basic holds as well as the freak spots, such as Williams press slamming Hash and a great finish where they avoid the obvious in nice fashion.
  3. Takashi Iizuka vs. Khabil Biktashev (NJPW 12/6/1989) It's Sambo Pro Wrestling baby~! Biktashev is yet another East European/Caucasian shooter who fought Naoya Ogawa in judo and is decidedly good at pro wrestling. At this point, can we say the Soviet Union produced the most natural pro wrestlers ever? This is really a hidden gem. It's a rounds match with both guys mostly working the mat and it builds to some really big drama. Biktashev wears a jacket, so Iizuka controls the first round dragging him by the jacket. The second round Biktashev gets some more amateur style takedowns on Iizuka. The 3rd round onwards Iizuka just gives Biktashev the business kicking the crap out of him. Iizuka really looks like he was made for this kind of match, busting out cool takedowns and matwork. He would've had a great career if he had more matches in this style. Biktashev sells really well, the problem with Pro Wrestling is it conditions you to view things like a kick to the ribs or spine as minuscule. Here Biktashev was really selling Iizukas knees and stomps as such, struggling to get up and looking anguished. He was selling so well a big Biktashev chant broke out! Japanese love themselves some soviet judokas when they are gutsy. Finish was pretty great simplistic pro wresting, with Iizuka trying to put Biktashev away with the sleeper and Biktashev trying to throw him off and failing. Really big drama for such a basic move and the failed escapes ruled.
  4. Victor Zangiev vs. Osamu Kido (NJPW 12/6/1989) YES! I love me a Zangiev match and I love me a Kido match. And here they are, doing their thing. Some really cool matwork – Zangiev just goes into an unbreakable bridge whenever Kido puts him on his back, while Kido is constantly grabbing armlocks. Really nice finish with Zangiev coming across as this ferocious force only for Kido to trap him.
  5. Charles (Loss)

    1980-12-06-WWF-All Star Wrestling

    WWF All Star Wrestling Aired December 6, 1980 (Taped December 3, 1980) Hamburg, PA No review yet. Sgt. Slaughter vs Steve King Pedro Morales vs Jose Estrada Moondogs (Rex & Spot) vs Rick McGraw & Charlie Brown Killer Khan vs John Callahan Bold matches are PWO recommended.
  6. Charles (Loss)

    1980-12-06-WWF-Championship Wrestling

    WWF Championship Wrestling Aired December 6, 1980 (Taped December 2, 1980) Allentown, PA No review yet. Rick Martel & Tony Garea vs Baron Mikel Scicluna & Sylvano Sousa Rick McGraw vs Ron Shaw Sgt. Slaughter vs Manny Siaca Bold matches are PWO recommended.
  7. Charles (Loss)

    1986-12-06-WWF-Superstars

    WWF Superstars of Wrestling Aired December 6, 1986 (Taped November 19, 1986) South Bend, IN No review yet. WWF Intercontinental Title: Randy Savage vs SD Jones Koko B. Ware vs Bobby Colt Adrian Adonis vs Paul Roma Hercules Hernandez vs Jose Luis Rivera Kamala vs Salvatore Bellomo Billy Jack Haynes, Jacques Rougeau & Raymond Rougeau vs Dino Bravo & Dream Team (Greg Valentine & Brutus Beefcake) Bold matches are PWO recommended.
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