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Found 20 results

  1. Kitahara/Kawauchi was basically just a gritty uncooperative streetfight. Kawauchi was more aggressive and overzealous here so Kitahara just absolutely beat his ass in between taunting him. Short but good stuff that the fans got really into and I hope this isn't the last I see of Capture International. 
  2. Kitahara/Kurashima was a nifty little battle. Kurashima is naturally at home on the mat and Kitahara is actually willing to work the mat against him. However Kitahara has the advantage because he is a bastard. Kitahara brutally kicks him in the jaw while exchanging leglocks and follows with more boots to the face. Kurashima makes some desperation takedown attempts until Kitahara catches (captures) him for the tap.
  3. Johta/Mineno was another rounds match only this time they had MMA gloves. Why the rounds? Hey, look these ring girls (mat girls?) are totally HOT! They got Capture International style bikinis!!! The match was really good as these two just kick the hell out of eachother and also have good grappling and throws. Basically the worlds greatest worked Shooto. It works because there's no back and forth strike trading, just two guys throwing and evading really fast and aggressively. Little premature ending as this was only half as long as their boxing gloves match, but the finish was pretty damn brutal so what the hell.
  4. https://mirc.sc.edu/islandora/object/usc%3A51367
  5. WWF All Star Wrestling Aired March 8, 1980 (Taped February 13, 1980) Hamburg, PA No review yet. Pat Patterson vs Johnny Rodz Tony Atlas vs Jose Estrada Baron Mikel Scicluna vs Angelo Gomez Tito Santana vs JoJo Andrews Larry Sharpe vs Mike Masters Bold matches are PWO recommended.
  6. WWF Championship Wrestling Aired March 8, 1980 (Taped March 5, 1980) Hamburg, PA No review yet. Wild Samoans (Afa & Sika) vs Rene Goulet & Mike Masters Larry Sharpe vs Dominic Denucci Pat Patterson vs Paul Marrett Ken Patera vs Angelo Gomez Tito Santana & Ivan Putski vs Jose Estrada & Davey O'Hannon Hulk Hogan vs Charlie Brown (Taped January 23, 1980; Hamburg, PA) Bold matches are PWO recommended.
  7. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-FvBGEs91zE It's exceptionally rare that you see a match that is built around the performance of a rookie, but this match is centered around Kana trainee Konami. There is also the interesting dynamic of both Syuri and Shida being junior rivals of Kana in the past. The story of the match is Syuri and Shida focusing on Konami with one of the matches biggest strengths is the way they find interesting, reasonable ways to get Konami offense. Anytime she manages to get something in it's done in a logical fashion, not forced. Even when Kana gets tagged back in she gets in some offense but eventually falls to the 2-on-1 situation because she doesn't have any backup. Everyone in the match plays her own role very well leading to a great match. ****1/4
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