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  1. Earl Caddock (c) vs Joe Stetcher World Heavyweight Championship January 30, 1920 New York, NY The World's Championship Wrestling Match Between Joe Stetcher And Earl Caddock Related
  2. This had some shady guys typical of DDT at the time. Masahiko Orihara is a Masao Orihara clone in a goofy mask, and kind of wrestles like a poor mans Masao Orihara, while Neo Iceman looks like a guy who forgot his wrestling gear so he enters the ring in street clothes and a random mask they had lying around. Both guys were okay though, aside from one funny moment where Orihara went for an RVD move and fell on his head. Takai was in the rookie underdog role and kind of rough, he blew his clothesline and dropkick, how the hell can you not hit your clothesline and dropkick when you’re a japanese rookie? That said Toba had an awesome moment where he came in and worked over Neo Iceman with stiff blows, and I continue to leave young MIKAMI, he gets good exchanges out of everyone and when he’s throwing out highspots he’s just crushing dudes. Onryo was good but these two carried the show. Kind of an undercard tag with some rough and some nice moments, but I had fun.
  3. Fun mini epic which was pretty much built around showcasing Phantom Funakoshi. Phantom is an SGP guy who wrestles kind of like a junior version of Osamu Nishimura. He throws a great dropkick and always forces guys to do some matwork and I really dug him here, grounding MIKAMI with judo sweeps and attacking his arm and shoulder. MIKAMI was kind of the ace of DDT at this point - squashing other low ranked guys within minutes - so I thought the match had an intelligent layout initially allowing Funakoshi to dominate with his technical skill and then forcing Mikami to take an unexpectedly big bump before he could get the advantage using his athleticism. Mikamis brief bursts of offense are impressive but you will want Funakoshi to score the upset here.
  4. Fun CAPTURE-esque spectacle. All the strikes were just brutal and the shootstyle floor brawling a suitably crazy moment. I wasn't sure how Toba would work in this kind of main event singles match but the whole thing comes out fine. He certainly knows how to throw that spinning backfist as an exclamation point. Sasaki muscling Toba around to drop him on his head was suitably gritty. Stiff as fuck brawl, DDT should go back to this stuff.
  5. Wahoos Leg


    World Wrestling Federation WWF Mania Aired January 30, 1993 No review yet. Kamala vs Brooklyn Brawler (originally aired on 1/25/93 RAW) Shawn Michaels vs Reno Riggins (originally aired on 1/24/93 Wrestling Challenge) Tatanka vs Iron Mike Sharpe (originally aired on 1/24/93 Wrestling Challenge) Loser Leaves WWF: Mr. Perfect vs Ric Flair (originally aired on 1/25/93 RAW) (Discuss) Bam Bam Bigelow vs Gary Jackson (originally aired on 1/23/93 Superstars) Bold matches are PWO recommended.
  6. Talk about it here.