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  1. Charles (Loss)

    1980-01-19-WWF-All Star Wrestling

    WWF All Star Wrestling Aired January 19, 1980 (Taped January 2, 1980) Hamburg, PA No review yet. Pat Patterson vs BB Coleman (Discuss) Rene Goulet vs Jose Estrada Ken Patera vs Charlie Brown Dominic Denucci vs Johnny Rodz Handicap Match: Hulk Hogan vs Steve King & Bill Berger (Discuss) Bold matches are PWO recommended.
  2. Charles (Loss)

    1980-01-19-WWF-Championship Wrestling

    WWF Championship Wrestling Aired January 19, 1980 (Taped January 1, 1980) Allentown, PA No review yet. WWF Intercontinental Title: Pat Patterson (c) vs JoJo Andrews (Discuss) Rene Goulet vs Ben Ortiz Hulk Hogan vs Joe Mascara (Discuss) Wild Samoans (Afa & Sika) vs Dominic Denucci & Johnny Rivera (Discuss) Ken Patera vs Angelo Gomez Bold matches are PWO recommended.
  3. Stiff match with plenty of neat moments. Unfortunately the structure was kind of a mess. Kato was wearing a bandage from her match against LCO and got bloodied again, but simply refused to be face in peril and no-sold through the attacks against her. Ozaki & Sato looked good when they got to work the cut and Satomura and Sato have really nice chemistry together. The nearfall section was good when it was Satomura and Kato trying their darndest to pin that witch Ozaki but I thought it went too long. Ozaki is hit or miss but she looked got kicking a bloody Kato in the face here and she threw a rotten backfist at one point. I'm all for experimentation in wrestling but this would've been really great with a traditional structure.
  4. This was #245 on our friend shodate's list of the Top 250 90s matches. Good thing because otherwise I probably would've never watched this. This was fantastic and instantly became one of my favourite joshi matches of the year. Lots of cool uncooperative exchanges throughout, and the match told a good story. You had Hokuto being two classes above both opponents (and making that very clear), Uematsu refusing to back down and wrestling a class above hers, and Kaoru and Ichiki trying everything to gain the advantage and topple their opponents. There were some basic spots such as biting, stomping eye rake or hair pulling toss which felt really violent here. There was also plenty of awesome receipt spots, especially whenever Hokuto felt disrespected, she would step up and show who's boss usually by booting someone in the face. There was also plenty of head droppin death moves and crushing diving attacks. Despite that the match didn't feel like overkill and ended at just the perfect spot. Little weak transitions here maybe, but yeah all things considered I enjoyed the hell out of this.
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