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  1. Talk about it here.
  2. This is one of those feel good matches you can just back and enjoy every second of it. Basically Hashimoto & Ogawa waltz in and just destroy everything in their path. STOs, nasty kicks and chops and various cool combination moves abound. Norton & Tenzan don‘t stand much of a chance but they try. You get a great little Norton performance as he sells all the nasty chops and kicks he takes to his shoulder in a big way. There is an art to selling in such a way that everyone can emphatize with you even when you‘re a giant muscled up dude like Norton and he had it down. Tenzan also doesn‘t suck!
  3. About 10 minutes of 15 shown. This starts out with a bang as Yokota misses a big dive to the floor and Cooga lands a Tombstone, then follows up with rabbit punches to the back of the head and Yokotas face, bloodying her. Cooga would continue to work over Yokotas neck, hitting another piledriver on a table and a big knee to the back of the head, while Yokota tried to make technical comebacks. This could've easily built to a classic but instead a wonky transition happens were Cooga apparently injures herself hitting a senton and Yokota just gives her the business hitting 2 kneeling piledrivers on the floor and then beating her with the double underhook kneeling piledriver. Maybe something essential was clipped out but yeah.
  4. Rutten has been quite the consistent worker in NJPW. His strikes are so crazy that you buy him just caving in Nakanishis face any second. Rutten has such an aura that anytime Nakanishi can get a move in on him is impressive. There are a few spots that they pull off much better than you'd think, and Rutten gets thrown around. Nakanishis selling in the last couple seconds was shockingly good, not something I thought he had in him. Also loved him trying to power out of the flying armbar a split second after getting caught.
  5. WWF Saturday Night's Main Event on NBC Aired May 2, 1987 (Taped April 28, 1987) South Bend, IN No review yet. Kamala vs Jake Roberts Lumberjack Match: Randy Savage vs George Steele WWF World Tag Team Titles, 2/3 Falls: Hart Foundation (Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart) (c) vs British Bulldogs (Dynamite Kid & Davey Boy Smith) WWF Intercontinental Title: Ricky Steamboat (c) vs Hercules Can-Am Connection (Rick Martel & Tom Zenk) vs Iron Sheik & Nikolai Volkoff Bold matches are PWO recommended.