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  1. This French gem features a 29 years old Al Hayes. Aside from that, there is an obvious thought looking at the matchup: how will a British guy fit into the French wrestling style? The answer is they meet up in the middle and work pretty much a World of Sports style match without rounds, with Hayes working classy British escapes, and Robin bringing the French touches, although the sights of the match were set on a chippy bout from the introductions. There it is immediately noticable how this match is pretty much the Roland Barthes description of wrestling exemplified: Hayes, the clean cut, tall technician who never complains and is never unfair, against the short, balding, somewhat mishapen looking Guy Robin. And Robin really embraces his role to the fullest being a pesky little goblin. And he is a total show here, gesturing big, diving all over the ring like he was Gargamel trying to catch a smurf. His out of control bumping, mannerisms and cartoony stooging were really awesome and may have carried the match. That is not to disparage Hayes, who had some quite beautiful escapes and knew to lay in the european uppercuts when it counts. At one point he did a totally GIF-worthy escape from a cravate that was slow and deliberate like Arkangel de la Muerte, at another he just lifted Robin and threw him, and my favourite may have been his beautiful sweep from the ground. It was almost like carny Jiu Jitsu. The whole match had a slow and deliberate pace, maybe because both guys weren‘t familiar, but they kept it simple and effective, with Robin really bringing the funk towards the end , earning himself a few public warnings and trying to crack Hayes with nasty backbreakers and armbreakers. Hayes retaliated with some nasty face scrapes that seemingly bloodied Robins nose and got sold with BattlARTS style 9 counts. Classic formula match executed extremely well, and it was really cool to see the classy British technical style in place at this stage.
  2. Wahoos Leg

    2019-03-22-ACTION Wrestling-Supershow

    ACTION Wrestling Supershow March 22, 2019 Tyrone, GA AC Mack vs Shawn Dean Matt Sells vs Michael Marshall Cain Justice & Jaden Newman vs The Carnies (Kerry Awful & Nick Iggy) Bobby Flaco vs Slim J Axel Havok, Erik Havok & Will Kaution vs Team TAG (Billy Buck, Chris Spectra & Kevin Blue) James Bandy vs O'Shay Edwards Aja Perera vs Dani Jordan Falls Count Anywhere : Arik Royal vs Fred Yehi Bold matches are PWO recommended.
  3. Classy lucha title match. Faraon is such a great but rarely seen grappler, and this was one of those matches where you just sit back and watch a master work his magic. Not only did he always know what to do, he was transitioning seamlessly between his holds like shootstyle grappler. Also check out the way he would create space and defend himself when Atlantis tried working over his arm. Atlantis held up his end and provided some nice dives so I wouldn't say he was luggage here, altough it's pretty clear who is leading the dance here.
  4. WWF All Star Wrestling Aired March 22, 1980 (Taped March 5, 1980) Hamburg, PA No review yet. Pat Patterson & Rene Goulet vs Johnny Rodz & Baron Mikel Scicluna Larry Sharpe vs Frank Williams Davey O'Hannon vs Angelo Gomez Larry Zbyszko vs Steve King Dominic Denucci vs Jose Estrada Hulk Hogan vs Mike Masters Bold matches are PWO recommended.
  5. WWF Championship Wrestling Aired March 22, 1980 (Taped February 12, 1980) Allentown, PA No review yet. Hulk Hogan vs Steve King Ivan Putski vs JoJo Andrews Wild Samoans (Afa & Sika) vs Rene Goulet & Mike Masters Larry Sharpe vs John Beauford Tito Santana vs BB Coleman Bold matches are PWO recommended.
  6. WING is a rare fed were the juniors are more interesting to me than the heavyweights. This match won't blow your mind, but it's interesting and a lot fun to watch. For two no name indy wrestlers these two are surprisingly competent at pro wrestling, and they manage to have a bonafide 17 minute proper title match with no stutters at all. Maybe I'm old fashioned, but I prefer this type of junior wrestling where they keep it mostly basic with rope running exchanges leading into hip tosses, and building to submission holds like a surfboard or STF. They are even clever enough to work a compelling layout with Motegi controlling early on and hitting a big dive right out of the gate, and Itakura having to work his way in. The finishing run was executed very well and they avoided overkill completely. Damn good showing for a match at a tiny houseshow.
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  9. This was a really competitive match, which is surprising considering Rabbit is at the same level as the two DIANA girls and Arisa is way above any of them. To their credit, both Sareee and Tanaka are unafraid to stand in there and trade shots with Nakajima and Tanaka does a pretty good job putting over the beating she gets. While there never really is a moment that the you feel that the DIANA girls are going to win, you also never feel that they are not really competitive either. Really fun stuff. ***1/2