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  1. Always nice to see the M-Pro crew show up on another promotions card and try to steal the show. This was maybe slightly faster worked and more chaotic than their usual formula tag, which wasn't a bad thing. You are really kept on the edge of your seat when any minute 4 guys might run in to drop elbows all at the same time. A chaotic brawl breaks out halfway into the match and Naniwa gets bloodied and his mask ripped open, which just sets the crowd completely on fire for him. The Sasuke/Hamada/Yakushuji technico shine sections are really fun – Yakushuji fast complicated headscissors and armdrags are still the best, and I don't remember Hamada working as Fujiwara but he does a good job at it here. Still the massive blood and mask ripping portions and Naniwa getting to shine really set this one apart.
  2. There's some pre-match stuff with the CZW guys invading the ring and confronting the BJW guys who were on the ramp. MEN'S defends the BJW Jr. heavyweight title and the honor of BJW against the returning traitor and now CZW representative Jun Kasai. The match is pretty neat and had a ton of awesome segments such as MEN'S pulling a spike out of his boot and spiking Kasai like he's the Sheik. Also MEN'S and Kasai brawling to the back and Kasai tapping MEN'S to a table before diving off the balcony on top of the table was a nice little touch. A barbed wire baseball comes into play and there's cool spot where MEN'S counters Kasai's attack with it into an octopus hold. The finish was awesome with Teioh hitting a barbed wire baseball assisted knee/shin crusher from the second rope before locking in a barbed wire baseball bat assisted figure four leglock. Unfortunately the commentary seems like it was taped in a studio afterwards and we can't hear the appropriate crowd heat, but from what can hear, it does seem like it was a lively Very good match. ***1/2
  3. This was announced as the Kaientai DX revival match and it's basically a Kaientai DX showcase instead of a passing of the torch type match. The indy side is really composed of a mix of guys from different organizations. Shinjitsu Nohashi is a Michinoku Pro guy who was heavily influenced and may have been trained by Jinsei Shinzaki. Not a MOTYC by any chance or a great match or anything that compares to peak Michinoku Pro Kaientai DX or even Michinoku Pro Skull 'n' Crossbones even and something that's just mostly fun watching for the nostalgia of watching Kaientai DX together once again.
  4. Big badass brawl pitting Goto against Kaientai (who are all in WWF gear and have Yamaguchi-San with them), but mainly Goto against Togo. I loved the opening, which has Goto attacking Yamaguchi only to be hit by big Togo diving senton. Then chaos ensues and Togo is recklessly flying into chairs. Easily one of the better „opening brawling“ segments I can remember from a match in Korakuen Hall. Togo ends up busted open and has his cut worked over. Togo gives a really great performance here, and Goto and Aoyagi are great working the cut (Azteca is decent too).Goto uses foreign objects, while Aoyagi throws punches and kicks at Togo's face. Goto is so great here as a grotesque lumbering psycho destroying the little dudes, and Aoyagi working exchanges with Kaientai and laying into them with kicks is all kinds of fun too. It gets to the point where Goto gets ready to carve people up with a broken beer bottle and you wonder how Kaientai are gonna get out of this alive. I actually loved the sports entertainment twist right before the finish too as it resulted in a badass character moment from Aoyagi. Match probably needed a big dive train or something, but as it was it was a spectacular fight.
  5. MEN'S Teioh and Daisuke Sekimoto defend the BJW tag team title against Daikokubo Benkei and Abdullah Kobayashi at Korakuen Hall. I thought this was pretty underwhelming. Benkei isn't particularly good from what I recall and the other three are good/decent most of the time, but I thought they didn't do that well here and the crowd sitting on their hands and keeping their mouths shut until the finishing stretch hurt this. The last 3 or so minutes were fantastic though. Those deadlift German suplexes from Sekimoto are quite the visual specially when he's hitting them on much bigger guys such as Kobayashi.
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