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  1. World Wrestling Entertainment Friday Night SmackDown #721 on Syfy Aired June 14, 2013 (Taped June 11, 2013) Greensboro, NC No review yet. Sheamus vs Antonio Cesaro The Great Khali vs Heath Slater Alberto Del Rio & Chris Jericho vs Big E. Langston & Dolph Ziggler Curtis Axel vs Wade Barrett Daniel Bryan, Kane & Randy Orton vs The Shield (Roman Reigns, Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins) (Discuss) Bold matches are PWO recommended.
  2. Here's a rare creature – a slow paced GAEA match. Yamada looked really good dominating with her superior striking early on and Kaoru would only get minuscule offense. A superplex and sleeper spot end up being important and setting up the stretch run. Both sold well down the stretch and KAORU avoiding Yamadas finisher was really good. I wasn't sure how these two would click in a singles match but they did just fine.
  3. Charles (Loss)

    1980-06-14-WWF-All Star Wrestling

    WWF All Star Wrestling Aired June 14, 1980 (Taped May 28, 1980) Hamburg, PA No review yet. Wild Samoans (Afa & Sika) vs Rene Goulet & Steve King Tor Kamata vs Frank Williams Pedro Morales vs Johnny Rodz Pat Patterson & Rick McGraw vs Jose Estrada & Davey O'Hannon Bold matches are PWO recommended.
  4. Charles (Loss)

    1980-06-14-WWF-Championship Wrestling

    WWF Championship Wrestling Aired June 14, 1980 (Taped May 27, 1980) Allentown, PA No review yet. Pedro Morales vs Baron Mikel Scicluna (May 28, 1980; Hamburg, PA) Wild Samoans (Afa & Sika) vs El Olympico & George Rosello Ken Patera vs Charlie Brown Tor Kamata vs ?? Tony Atlas vs Ron Shaw Harley Race vs Frank Williams (May 6, 1980; Allentown, PA) Bold matches are PWO recommended.
  5. YEAH~~! I cannot express how perfect Kurisu is on this card. Okamura is the next ultra-green reckless kicker from Kitao's Dojo and nowhere near as on-point as Mochizuki. This goes exactly how you imagine it to go from how it looks on paper: Okamura recklessly kicking Kurisu in the face a bunch of times, and Kurisu Kurisu'ing the fuck out Okamura. Because this fed is quasi-shootstyle, there's no brawling or chairs, so instead Kurisu mainly focusses on stomping and headbutting Okamura into a coma. Kurisu has about the most god awful stomps on film, as he puts the boots to Okamura's head, ears, and neck. To make things worse, Okamura even increases the trainwreck potential by blowing stuff and even trying a spin kick from the second rope. It eventually resolves into Kurisu almost popping Okamura's knee with a twisted Single Leg Crab. This match was ugly, grotesque, primitive, and fun as hell.
  6. This was a pretty fun match between two young and eager workers. The Scorpion works a fun junior/shootstylist hybrid style and Ozaki always adds a ton of personality to her matches. In fact Ozaki looked as good and charismatic as she did in her most famous matches. Her outfit was pure pulp awesomeness and she reminded me a little bit of Negro Casas here in how fast she was thinking and how she would exploit weaknesses relentlessly. Scorpion's execution was a little sloppy at times, so I have no problem calling this an Ozaki carryjob. Whenever Ozaki was able to grab an arm or leg, she would stomp the shit out of that body part to create an opening, then go for the finish. Because this was 1990, moves like a superplex or sunset flip were HOT nearfalls and they timed everything extremely well, resulting in a bunch of 2,9999s that the crowd went bananas for. Weak finish, but I still liked the match a lot.
  7. WHO IS JAMES MAGNUM?? Magnum looks like Randy the Ram and I love him and the bullseye he has on his butt. They totally missed out not showing Randy the Ram getting KO'd in a 90s primitive MMA fight in that movie. Magnum pussies into the corner, to start but blindsides Kitao with a huge forearm to the eye and looks in a quasi stretch plum. Kitao NUKES him with a Uranage, but Magnum says fuck YOU and headbutts him in the jaw! Magnum follows with some more awesome headbutts holding Kitao's pants, but eats a knee to the face before Kitao cripples him with a series of low kicks. Awesome squash match.
  8. Charles (Loss)

    [1999-06-14-WCW-Nitro] Sable appearance

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