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  1. With a name like Black Salem, you hope for some kind of esoteric mat wizard, but this turns into a brawl pretty much from the get go with Pellacani barraging Salem with his stiff forearm blows, punch combos and thudding kicks. Black Salem fought back with good looking dropkicks and big headbutts. Pellacani looked good in the Takashi Ishikawa role of psychotically potatoeing a guy, at one point he even started doing these stiff low kicks. Also liked Pellacani taking swings at the audience which gave the whole thing a vibe like something was about to break out. Pretty short at about 15 minutes and felt like it could have been more. Atleast we got a rough looking end sequence leading to the pinfall.
  2. Insane spectacle, which may have been even better than the previous match. Easily the best Nagasaki singles match I've seen ever, hell it's probably the best for Fuyuki too. This is a lumberjack match which in WAR means guys dressed like ninjas or wearing devil masks and tracksuits are stalking near the ring. Initially it's fun with both guys being locked in the ring to potatoe each other, but things take a crazy turn when Nagasaki takes a big bump to the outside (a remarkable thing in itself) and for no reason decides to shove Tenryu aside. Tenryu gets pissed off and they proceed to hurl chairs at each other as you can feel the tension growing exponentially. Jado & Gedo proceed to get involved, braining Nagasaki with a chair, leaving him bleeding like crazy. It leads to this really fascinating ending run where they just keep escalating the violence while guys from the outside keep getting involved. Nagasaki is especially of the charts here, bleeding and absorbing some sick headbutts and lariats but then turning around and doing some psychotic things, throwing the referee around, teeing off on Fuyuki with chairs, undoing the ring ropes to strangle his opponent, hitting his awesome superkick. I've never really thought of lumberjack matches as a great stipulation or cared for matches that have guys not involved in the match getting involved., but fuck this was great.
  3. Wahoos Leg

    2003-11-29-ROH-War of the Wire

    Ring Of Honor War of the Wire November 29, 2003 Framingham, MA No review yet. The Backseat Boyz (Trent Acid & Johnny Kashmere) vs Fast Eddie & Hotstuff Hernandez Tag Team Scramble: Slugger, DeVito, Loc, Joel Maximo & Jose Maximo vs Special K (Angel Dust, Dixie, Hijinx, Hydro & Lit) Gauntlet Match: BJ Whitmer vs CM Punk vs Colt Cabana vs Jimmy Rave vs Matt Stryker April Hunter & Slyk Wagner Brown vs The Outcast Killaz (Diablo Santiago & Oman Tortuga) John Walters vs Xavier ROH Tag Titles : The Briscoe Brothers (Jay Briscoe & Mark Briscoe) (c) vs The Prophecy (Christopher Daniels & Dan Maff) ROH Worlds Title: Samoa Joe (c) vs AJ Styles No Ropes Barbed Wire Match: Homicide vs Steve Corino Bold matches are PWO recommended.
  4. WWF All Star Wrestling Aired November 29, 1980 (Taped November 12, 1980) Hamburg, PA No review yet. Moondogs (Spot & Rex) vs Angel Marvilla & Ron Shaw Tony Garea vs Jose Estrada Killer Khan vs Marc Pole Bold matches are PWO recommended.
  5. WWF Championship Wrestling Aired November 29, 1980 (Taped November 11, 1980) Allentown, PA No review yet. Ernie Ladd vs Ron Shaw Stan Hansen vs Gene Crespo Sgt. Slaughter vs Jim Duggan Moondogs (Rex & Spot) vs Dominic Denucci & Don Serano Tony Garea vs Sylvano Sousa Tony Atlas vs Marc Pole Bold matches are PWO recommended.
  6. Loss

    1986-11-29-WWF-Superstars

    WWF Superstars of Wrestling Aired November 29, 1986 (Taped November 19, 1986) South Bend, IN No review yet. Harley Race vs Lanny Poffo American Express (Mike Rotunda & Dan Spivey) vs Dave Wagner & Rick Renslow Kamala vs Bob Boyer WWF World Tag Team Titles: British Bulldogs (Dynamite Kid & Davey Boy Smith) (c) vs Hart Foundation (Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart) Butch Reed vs Max Blue Bold matches are PWO recommended.
  7. WWF Saturday Night's Main Event on NBC Aired November 29, 1986 (Taped November 15, 1986) Los Angeles, CA No review yet. WWF Intercontinental Title: Randy Savage (c) vs Jake Roberts WWF World Title: Hulk Hogan (c) vs Hercules Hernandez Roddy Piper vs Bob Orton Jr. Hart Foundation (Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart) vs Killer Bees (B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell) Koko B. Ware vs Nikolai Volkoff Don Muraco vs Dick Slater Bold matches are PWO recommended.
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