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  1. Welcome to Shinya Hashimoto's ZERO1, where 2 olympic medalists, a japanese megastar and a US nobody with a supersoldier gimmick get together to work Memphis meets Shootstyle with a sports entertainment twist. Ghaffari was pretty grotesque but was a really good monster/immovable object here, no lying. The fact his nasty gut squish attack lead to a credible nearfall aswell as him acting invincible like an olympic level greco roman wrestler should added a ton to the match. Hashimoto struggling to do anything and Ogawa finally taking him off his feet all felt like like big moments. Howard looked really good too at this point as he hit all his stuff perfectly, including braining Hashimoto with a world class superkick. Unfortunately the 2nd half kind of breaks down with lots of ref bullshit happening, altough there is still fun to be had with guys getting bowled around and Ghaffari almost killing Ogawa with one of the most devastating splashes ever caught on film. Should add Ogawa looked great here too heating up the fans and selling very well. Borderline listworthy, must watch if you want to check out something unique.
  2. Brutally stiff fight that blows away pretty much all current (2019) pro wrestling. The opening segment alone where they unload in the corner was just disgusting. The submissions here won't make you forget U-Style, but they did everything with a certain intensity, and you'll be too busy wincing at these two lunatics trying to hit eachother as hard as humanly possible to notice. They did a good job telling the story of the match, which was that Hoshikawa was slowly falling apart as he kept getting destroyed by his super vicious, more precise opponent. I liked how both guys used limb selling to put over the punishment, it makes sense that wyou would pick up injuries after getting kicked a dozen times, even without your opponent specifically targetting a bodypart. Sakata was just a bastard here, Hoshikawa is someone you buy as being really tough, but anytime Hoshikawa started to build momentum Sakata would punch him in the liver or knee him in the face. All the big strikes, including Hoshikawas massive enzuigiris were really well timed. I'm not gonna pretend the match was flawless or some kind of classic as Hoshikawa does a pretty lame no sell and at times the match is just going a long but for this kind of brutal fight it was fairly great. It starts out pretty nasty and you wonder how can they keep this going and have some kind of arc building up, but they pull it off and the last strike that left the loser drooling blood from his mouth really feels like an exclamation point.
  3. Wahoos Leg

    2018-12-15-NJPW-Road to the Dome, Stage 2

    New Japan Pro Wrestling Road to the Dome 2018, Stage 2 December 15, 2018 Aired on NJPW World Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, Japan No review yet. Ayato Yoshida & Shota Umino vs Ren Narita & Teruaki Kanemitsu CHAOS (Rocky Romero, SHO & YOH) vs Jushin Liger, Tiger Mask IV & Toa Henare CHAOS (Hirooki Goto & Tomohiro Ishii) vs Suzuki-gun (Minoru Suzuki & Takashi Iizuka) Los Ingobernables del Japon (EVIL & SANADA) vs Chase Owens & Yujiro Takahashi Los Ingoberrnables del Japon (Tetsuya Naito, Shingo Takagi & BUSHI) vs Suzuki-gun (Taichi, El Desperado & Yoshinobu Kanemaru) Kazuchika Okada, Toru Yano, Togi Makabe, Tomoaki Honma & KUSHIDA vs Bullet Club (Jay White, Bad Luck Fale, Tama Tonga, Tanga Loa & Taiji Ishimori) Golden Lovers (Kenny Omega & Kota Ibushi) vs Hiroshi Tanahashi & Will Ospreay (Discuss) Bold matches are PWO recommended.
  4. I've noticed it in Motegi matches, and it was also the case here: 90s junior wrestling was far more unpredictable and fun. Basically any exchange could lead into a crazy dive out of nowhere. When they work the mat, they work almost quasi-shootstyle. Sasuke nearly dislocates TAKA's ankle, and TAKA kicks him in the face for good measure. Later, Sasuke catches a flying TAKA with a kick and then pummels his kidney with punches. Obviously TAKAs athleticism is blowaway great, but I also loved how tightly this was worked. Check out how tight Sasuke cradled him following a moonsault. This is how you make your wrestling look competitive. Obviously the Sasuke spin kicks were great and his selling was flawless. Apparently TAKA was in his 2nd year of pro wrestling here
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