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  1. Oh man, I love Juice. What a great professional wrestler he has become - Tama Tonga is someone who sure hasn't impressed me in singles action during his G1 runs, but here Juice brought out the best in him. I liked his aggressive onslaught on Juice & Juice's selling of that was just great - the energy, fire & charisma he brought was superb. The standing ovation after the match was very well deserved. ***3/4
  2. Talk about it here. Ioan Morris at PTBN review:
  3. Man-Sons Of Haku sounds like such a badass tag team yet you watch this and it's pretty transparent why these guys aren't on Raw or NXT right now. Honma is a very good worker and I like Makabe more than probably anyone else on PWO but carrying these two goofs to a good match was a bit too much of them to ask, Hashimoto and Masa Saito could've probably had a three star match against the Tongas and they are no Hash and Saito. Tama Tonga's body blows were just atrocious, Tonga Loa bumped for a Makabe Lariat before it even hit him and when they actually did an interesting rope running sequence the payoff to it was a weak Dropkick Honma sold as much as he should've but then he couldn't even retaliate with a Lariat properly because Tama Tonga was out of position. Honma fighting off two guys made for a solid finishing stretch but wasn't nearly as good as Shibata doing so against Anderson and Gallows. **1/4