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  1. Talk about it here.
  2. http://youtu.be/s8BSJZBz9E4 This match is structured in a pretty traditional joshi way but rather than the highspots and double teams that you would find in a 80/90's AJW match, the offense is mainly strikes and suplexes. Nakajima is just a beast on offense drilling her both opponents with strikes and dumping them with suplexes. Fujimoto was pretty good here too, as she is starting to transition from being company ace to grumpy, but still cute, veteran. Haruyama has slowed down from her prime because of a weight gain and two bad knees, but she is still great at selling and brings some nasty strikes to match Nakajima. Kizuki is being built up as the new ace for the company but she was the least of the four in this match. Her offense isn't up to level of everyone else, plus her selling is inconsistent. Kizuki had just come back from a knee injury and Fujimoto started working over it in the middle of the match only for Aoi to ignore it as soon as she went back on offense. The finishing run was pretty good though as it focused on Kizuki and Fujimoto, with the both of them going through a pretty furious exchange of finishers. ***3/4
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    [1995-10-17-ECW-TV] Pulp Fiction

    Talk about it here.