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So I dunno if you guys have already completed the sets and are just waiting to release them. If not, here's (non-blindingly obvious) stuff from 1999 I'd recommend, a lot of which you might have already included. (After doing this, I realized that it was a lot, so I divided the recommendations into three categories: "very good match or very good indicator of where company stood in 1999," "worth watching," and "I enjoyed it, and maybe other people would, too."

 

Norman Smiley vs. Chavo Guerrero (Souled Out)

Kind of an interesting match, as Smiley does matwork that wasn't ever common in the U.S. and seems really out of place in 1999. You also get to see how over Smiley's wiggling was. His being forced off TV because of it probably hurt WCW, although I have no idea if they'd have capitalized on it.

Four-Way Cruiserweight Championship Match (Souled Out)

I assume that the Psychosis title win is going to make the set. I prefer this match because of the fun dynamic between Guerrera and Psychosis.

 

Chris Jericho vs. Booker T (Nitro 1/18)

Heel Jericho had a definite formula in WCW, and this was one of the best executions of it.

Scott Hall vs. Bam Bam Bigelow (Nitro 1/25)

Good ladder match in which Hall does a few of Shawn Michaels' ladder match spots.

 

Scott Hall vs. Chris Benoit (Nitro 2/1)

I don't remember much about this match, but this is the one in which, during the ring introductions, Michael Buffer makes reference to United States Title holder Bret "Hitman" Clarke.

 

nWo Horsemen Parody (Nitro 2/22)

Even more mean-spirited than the first one. Malenko and Benoit are presented as beneath even being mentioned by name. I imagine this was kind of a lock for the set anyway.

 

Bret Hart vs. Booker T (Nitro 1/18, 2/22)

The second match got four stars from Meltzer and is a really good match. It might be Hart's second-best in WCW and Booker's best ever. The first one I've never seen in full, but 1) I've heard good things about it, 2) it features Bret Hart re-using the ring bell spot from WM XIII with the U.S. Title belt, and 3) it's actually the match that Hart is talking about in the famous El Dandy promo.

Bret Hart Calls Out Goldberg (Nitro 3/29/99)

This is probably a lock already. Great segment that ended up meaning nothing.

 

Owen Hart/Jeff Jarrett vs. New Age Outlaws (Backlash)

Owen's last good match. Probably a contender for the Outlaws' best match ever.

 

Kane/X-Pac vs. Mark Henry/D'Lo Brown (Over the Edge)

Surprisingly good match, considering that it's from 1999 WWF. Very fun - Mark Henry and Kane trade power spots, Henry flings X-Pac around, and the crowd loves to tell D'Lo that he sucks. D'Lo is great fun.

 

Nitro 6/7/99

Is the segment in which Eric Bischoff spoils the Greater Power angle something you'd put on a yearbook?

 

Mexican Hardcore Match (Nitro 6/7)

The famous match that the commentators shit all over while the guys in the ring are really trying.

Billy Gunn vs. Bradshaw (RAW 6/28)

Gunn's first match as King of the Ring. He loses to a tag team wrestler in three minutes.

 

Edge vs. Jeff Jarrett (Fully Loaded and their house show match from the night before)

The house show match is nothing special and really only a novelty. The Fully Loaded match is pretty good and gives a good look at Jarrett as a worker, carrying Edge through a ten-minute-ish match.

 

Marty Jannetty vs. Ace Darling (ISPW 11/6)

Jannetty looks about as good as usual. I thought it might be interesting to have something from him from this late in the game.

 

Juventud Guerrera and Vince Russo (Nitro 11/29)

The tequila bottle match is probably a lock, but there's a backstage segment in which Russo acts like he's being forced to have Liger on his show and it's a real pain in the ass for him.

 

Lex Luger Segments (Nitro 11/29)

These cracked me up, probably more than they should have. Luger is trying to get into Vince Russo's good graces by forcing Elizabeth into a mud match. Luger asks Liz if she's heard of the word "breach" and then spells it for her, forgetting the A. Then he asks, "Who do you think you're going?" Luger's evil acting is beyond description.

 

Outsiders Throw Away the TV Title (Nitro 11/29)

Scott Hall is upset that the TV Title has not led to his meeting Ted Turner or getting any free TV dinners, so Nash dunks it into a garbage can.

 

Jushin Liger vs. Chris Benoit (Thunder 12/2)

I imagine that a Liger vs. Benoit match would make it on anyway, but this is the historic debut of Juventud Guerrera, color commentator. He trashes Liger and blames him for his injury, and I don't know if it's a work or not.

 

One Last Lex Luger Segment (Thunder 12/2)

Luger is trying to escape the arena because he has a match with Sid. As his cab arrives to pick him up, he stops to talk to Big Vito and Johnny the Bull, and Silver King, in the background, jumps into the cab, which drives off without Luger. The visual made me laugh, as did Luger (clad in a FUBU jersey) correcting the guy who called him Lex - "It's 'Total Package.'"

 

Juventud Guerrera on Commentary (Thunder 12/9, 12/16)

Please include something from the greatest color commentator in the history of our sport. He confuses Madison with Milwaukee and Mobile with New Orleans. "The Juice is in the house, and the house is with the Juice, baybay."

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With 1999, any Indy suggestions would be really helpful. We'll comb the DVDVR archives but some of you guys were at taped Indy shows and may have a feel of what felt important in 1999.

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With 1999, any Indy suggestions would be really helpful. We'll comb the DVDVR archives but some of you guys were at taped Indy shows and may have a feel of what felt important in 1999.

Omega January 29th, 1999

Matt & Jeff Hardy vs. The Serial Thrillaz

Possibly imo one of the best indy tag team match's ever!

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We won't be doing the 1999 Yearbook for a while, but I wanted to bump this to see if anyone who has all the WONs from '99 could compile all the New Japan WON star ratings for the year? The tOA list stops at '97, unfortunately. Giving as much notice as possible in case this is a long project. Thanks.

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NJPW 1999

Posted by cNJ

March 06, 2000 17:37:26 U.S. CST

 

01/04/99 Ka Shin & Wagner Jr. vs. Otani & Takaiwa (Jr. Tag Titles) *** (1)

01/04/99 Liger vs. Kanemoto (Jr. Title) ***1/2 (1)

01/30/99 Otani vs. Liger ***3/4

01/30/99 Kojima vs. Yamazaki (#1 Contender Tourney) ***1/4

01/30/99 Sasaki vs. Nagata (#1 Contender Tourney) ***1/2

02/06/99 Ka Shin & Wagner Jr. vs. Samurai & Liger (Jr. Tag Titles) ***3/4

02/06/99 Sasaki & Yamazaki vs. Muto & Saito ***

02/13/99 Wagner Jr. & Ka Shin vs. Liger & Hamada ***

02/13/99 Kojima & Tenzan vs. Nagata & Nakanishi (World Tag) ***1/2

02/20/99 Liger vs. Wagner Jr. (Jr. Title) ***1/4

02/27/99 Ka Shin & Wagner Jr. vs. Otani & Takaiwa (Jr. Tag Titles) ***3/4

02/27/99 Sasaki vs. Kojima (#1 Contender Tourney Final) ****

03/06/99 Muto vs. Sasaki (World Title) ***3/4

03/13/99 Koshinaka & Sasaki vs. Kojima & Muto ***3/4

03/13/99 Kojima & Muto & Tenzan vs. Yasuda & Fujinami & Sasaki ***1/4

03/20/99 Kojima & Muto vs. Nagata & Yamazaki ***1/2

03/20/99 Kanemoto vs. Liger (Jr. Title) ****1/2

03/27/99 Nagata & Sasaki vs. Kojima & Muto ***1/4

03/27/99 Ka Shin & Wagner Jr. vs. Samurai & Hamada (Jr. Tag Titles) ***1/4

04/03/99 Sasaki & Koshinaka vs. Tenzan & Kojima (World Tag) ***1/2

04/10/99 Kanemoto vs. Otani (Jr. Title) ***3/4

04/10/99 Muto vs. Frye (World Title) ***

04/17/99 Liger & Sasuke vs. Wagner Jr. & Ka Shin (Jr. Tag Titles) ***1/2

04/24/99 Tenzan & Kojima vs. Nagata & Nakanishi ***1/4

04/24/99 Takaiwa vs. Tanaka ***1/2

04/24/99 Yamazaki & Fujita vs. Ishikawa & Otsuka ***

05/01/99 Otani & Takaiwa vs. Kanemoto & Ka Shin ****1/4

05/01/99 Kojima & Muto & Tenzan vs. Yasuda & Tenryu & Fujinami ***3/4

05/01/99 Nagata & Fujinami & Yamazaki vs. Nakanishi & Koshinaka & Sasaki ***1/4

05/08/99 Frye & Chono & AKIRA vs. Kojima & Muto & Tenzan ***

05/08/99 Takaiwa & Kanemoto vs. Liger & Ka Shin ***

05/08/99 Sasaki & Koshinaka vs. Nagata & Yamazaki (World Tag) ***1/4

05/15/99 Kanemoto vs. Takaiwa (Jr. Title) ***1/4

05/15/99 Muto vs. Tenryu (World Title) ****1/4

05/22/99 Otani vs. Wagner Jr. (Super Jr. Tourney) ***1/4

05/22/99 Kojima & Muto & Tenzan vs. Yasuda & Koshinaka & Nagata ***1/2

05/29/99 Otani vs. Orihara (Super Jr. Tourney) ****

05/29/99 Hamada vs. Liger (Super Jr. Tourney) ***1/4

05/29/99 Fujinami & Tenryu vs. Tenzan & Muto ***1/2

06/05/99 Ohara & Gotoh vs. Koshinaka & Yasuda ***1/4

06/05/99 Sasaki & Johnston vs. Nagata & Iizuka ***1/4

06/05/99 Chono & Frye & nWo Sting vs. Kojima & Muto & Tenzan ***3/4

06/05/99 Tanaka vs. Otani (Super Jr. Tourney) ****1/4

06/05/99 Liger vs. Kanemoto (Super Jr. Tourney) ****1/2

06/26/99 Ka Shin vs. Kanemoto (Super Jr. Final) ***1/4

07/03/99 Kojima & Muto vs. Chono & Frye ***3/4

07/03/99 Hashimoto & Nakanishi vs. Nagata & Fujinami ***1/4

07/03/99 Muto & Kojima vs. Wallstreet & Chono ***

07/03/99 Gotoh & Ohara vs. Koshinaka & Sasaki (World Tag) ***1/4

07/10/99 Kanemoto vs. Tanaka (Jr. Title) ****

07/10/99 Otani & Takaiwa vs. Liger & Wagner Jr. ***1/2

07/10/99 Hashimoto & Yasuda & Nagata & Meng vs. Tenzan & Muto & Kojima & Norton ***

07/24/99 Liger & Samurai vs. Wagner Jr. & Kanemoto ***1/2

07/31/99 Takaiwa & Otani vs. Liger & Sasuke (Jr. Tag Titles) ****1/2

08/07/99 Juniors Battle Royal (won by Ka Shin) ***

08/07/99 Gotoh & Ohara vs. Kimura & Koshinaka (World Tag) ***1/4

08/14/99 Hashimoto vs. Tenzan (G1) ****

08/14/99 Koshinaka vs. Chono (G1) ***1/2

08/14/99 Nagata vs. Kojima (G1) ****1/4

08/14/99 Fujinami vs. Muto (G1) ***3/4

08/14/99 Fujinami vs. Yasuda (G1) ***

08/14/99 Sasaki vs. Kojima (G1) ***1/2

08/14/99 Muto vs. Nagata (G1) ****

08/14/99 Chono vs. Hashimoto (G1) ***1/2

08/15/99 Tenzan vs. Chono (G1) ***1/4

08/15/99 Nakanishi vs. Muto (G1 Final) ***1/4

08/22/99 Ka Shin vs. Kanemoto (Jr. Title) ***1/2

08/22/99 Nagata & Nakanishi vs. Ohara & Gotoh (World Tag) ***1/2

09/18/99 Otani & Takaiwa vs. Liger & Samurai (Jr. Tag Titles) ***1/4

09/25/99 Norton & Muto vs. Nagata & Nakanishi (G1 Tag Tourney) ***1/4

10/02/99 Ka Shin vs. Takaiwa (Jr. Title) ***1/4

10/09/99 Nagata & Nakanishi vs. Tenzan & Kojima (G1 Tag Tourney) ***1/2

10/09/99 Muto & Norton vs. Nakanishi & Nagata (G1 Tag Final) ***3/4

10/16/99 Ogawa vs. Hashimoto (NWA Title) ***1/2

10/16/99 Muto vs. Nakanishi (World Title) ***3/4

10/23/99 Tenryu vs. Sasaki ***1/4

10/23/99 Tenzan vs. Gotoh ***1/2

10/30/99 Otani & Takaiwa vs. Tanaka & Kanemoto (Jr. Tag Titles) ****3/4

11/06/99 Malenko vs. Kanemoto ***1/2

11/06/99 Pegasus vs. Liger ****

11/06/99 Muto & Kojima vs. Koshinaka & Nagata ****

11/13/99 Yasuda & Tenryu vs. Nagata & Sasaki ***1/4

11/13/99 Liger & Pegasus vs. Takaiwa & Otani ****1/2

11/13/99 AKIRA & Wallstreet vs. Saito & Kojima ***

11/13/99 Chono & nWo Sting vs. Muto & Tenzan ***1/2

11/20/99 Otani & Kanemoto vs. Samurai & Liger ***1/2

11/27/99 Kido & Liger vs. Kanemoto & Koshinaka ***1/4

11/27/99 Otani vs. Ka Shin ***

11/27/99 Kojima & Muto vs. AKIRA & Chono ***1/4

12/04/99 Samurai & Ka Shin & Tanaka vs. Otani & Kanemoto & Takaiwa ***1/4

12/11/99 Ka Shin & Wagner Jr. vs. Otani & Kanemoto ***1/2

12/18/99 Tanaka & Ka Shin & Wagner Jr. vs. Takaiwa & Kanemoto & Otani ***1/2

12/25/99 Tenzan & Kojima vs. Chono & Frye ***1/4

12/25/99 Tenryu vs. Muto (World Title) ****1/2

 

All ratings from WON.

1999 had 94 matches rated at *** and above.

 

- 6 matches MOTYC (****1/2+)

- 11 matches **** to ****1/4

- 36 matches ***1/2 to ***3/4

- 41 matches *** to ***1/4

Splits:

 

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Singles matches:

 

01/04/99 Liger vs. Kanemoto (Jr. Title) ***1/2 (1)

01/30/99 Otani vs. Liger ***3/4

01/30/99 Kojima vs. Yamazaki (#1 Contender Tourney) ***1/4

01/30/99 Sasaki vs. Nagata (#1 Contender Tourney) ***1/2

02/20/99 Liger vs. Wagner Jr. (Jr. Title) ***1/4

02/27/99 Sasaki vs. Kojima (#1 Contender Tourney Final) ****

03/06/99 Muto vs. Sasaki (World Title) ***3/4

03/20/99 Kanemoto vs. Liger (Jr. Title) ****1/2

04/10/99 Kanemoto vs. Otani (Jr. Title) ***3/4

04/10/99 Muto vs. Frye (World Title) ***

04/24/99 Takaiwa vs. Tanaka ***1/2

05/15/99 Kanemoto vs. Takaiwa (Jr. Title) ***1/4

05/15/99 Muto vs. Tenryu (World Title) ****1/4

05/29/99 Otani vs. Orihara (Super Jr. Tourney) ****

05/29/99 Hamada vs. Liger (Super Jr. Tourney) ***1/4

06/05/99 Tanaka vs. Otani (Super Jr. Tourney) ****1/4

06/05/99 Liger vs. Kanemoto (Super Jr. Tourney) ****1/2

06/26/99 Ka Shin vs. Kanemoto (Super Jr. Final) ***1/4

07/10/99 Kanemoto vs. Tanaka (Jr. Title) ****

08/14/99 Hashimoto vs. Tenzan (G1) ****

08/14/99 Koshinaka vs. Chono (G1) ***1/2

08/14/99 Nagata vs. Kojima (G1) ****1/4

08/14/99 Fujinami vs. Muto (G1) ***3/4

08/14/99 Fujinami vs. Yasuda (G1) ***

08/14/99 Sasaki vs. Kojima (G1) ***1/2

08/14/99 Muto vs. Nagata (G1) ****

08/14/99 Chono vs. Hashimoto (G1) ***1/2

08/15/99 Tenzan vs. Chono (G1) ***1/4

08/15/99 Nakanishi vs. Muto (G1 Final) ***1/4

08/22/99 Ka Shin vs. Kanemoto (Jr. Title) ***1/2

10/02/99 Ka Shin vs. Takaiwa (Jr. Title) ***1/4

10/23/99 Tenryu vs. Sasaki ***1/4

10/23/99 Tenzan vs. Gotoh ***1/2

11/06/99 Malenko vs. Kanemoto ***1/2

11/06/99 Pegasus vs. Liger ****

11/27/99 Otani vs. Ka Shin ***

12/25/99 Tenryu vs. Muto (World Title) ****1/2

 

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Tag:

 

01/04/99 Ka Shin & Wagner Jr. vs. Otani & Takaiwa (Jr. Tag Titles) *** (1)

02/06/99 Ka Shin & Wagner Jr. vs. Samurai & Liger (Jr. Tag Titles) ***3/4

02/06/99 Sasaki & Yamazaki vs. Muto & Saito ***

02/13/99 Wagner Jr. & Ka Shin vs. Liger & Hamada ***

02/13/99 Kojima & Tenzan vs. Nagata & Nakanishi (World Tag) ***1/2

02/27/99 Ka Shin & Wagner Jr. vs. Otani & Takaiwa (Jr. Tag Titles) ***3/4

03/13/99 Koshinaka & Sasaki vs. Kojima & Muto ***3/4

03/20/99 Kojima & Muto vs. Nagata & Yamazaki ***1/2

03/27/99 Nagata & Sasaki vs. Kojima & Muto ***1/4

03/27/99 Ka Shin & Wagner Jr. vs. Samurai & Hamada (Jr. Tag Titles) ***1/4

04/03/99 Sasaki & Koshinaka vs. Tenzan & Kojima (World Tag) ***1/2

04/17/99 Liger & Sasuke vs. Wagner Jr. & Ka Shin (Jr. Tag Titles) ***1/2

04/24/99 Tenzan & Kojima vs. Nagata & Nakanishi ***1/4

04/24/99 Yamazaki & Fujita vs. Ishikawa & Otsuka ***

05/01/99 Otani & Takaiwa vs. Kanemoto & Ka Shin ****1/4

05/08/99 Takaiwa & Kanemoto vs. Liger & Ka Shin ***

05/08/99 Sasaki & Koshinaka vs. Nagata & Yamazaki (World Tag) ***1/4

05/22/99 Otani vs. Wagner Jr. (Super Jr. Tourney) ***1/4

05/29/99 Fujinami & Tenryu vs. Tenzan & Muto ***1/2

06/05/99 Ohara & Gotoh vs. Koshinaka & Yasuda ***1/4

06/05/99 Sasaki & Johnston vs. Nagata & Iizuka ***1/4

07/03/99 Kojima & Muto vs. Chono & Frye ***3/4

07/03/99 Hashimoto & Nakanishi vs. Nagata & Fujinami ***1/4

07/03/99 Muto & Kojima vs. Wallstreet & Chono ***

07/03/99 Gotoh & Ohara vs. Koshinaka & Sasaki (World Tag) ***1/4

07/10/99 Otani & Takaiwa vs. Liger & Wagner Jr. ***1/2

07/24/99 Liger & Samurai vs. Wagner Jr. & Kanemoto ***1/2

07/31/99 Takaiwa & Otani vs. Liger & Sasuke (Jr. Tag Titles) ****1/2

08/07/99 Gotoh & Ohara vs. Kimura & Koshinaka (World Tag) ***1/4

08/22/99 Nagata & Nakanishi vs. Ohara & Gotoh (World Tag) ***1/2

09/18/99 Otani & Takaiwa vs. Liger & Samurai (Jr. Tag Titles) ***1/4

09/25/99 Norton & Muto vs. Nagata & Nakanishi (G1 Tag Tourney) ***1/4

10/09/99 Nagata & Nakanishi vs. Tenzan & Kojima (G1 Tag Tourney) ***1/2

10/09/99 Muto & Norton vs. Nakanishi & Nagata (G1 Tag Final) ***3/4

10/30/99 Otani & Takaiwa vs. Tanaka & Kanemoto (Jr. Tag Titles) ****3/4

11/06/99 Muto & Kojima vs. Koshinaka & Nagata ****

11/13/99 Yasuda & Tenryu vs. Nagata & Sasaki ***1/4

11/13/99 Liger & Pegasus vs. Takaiwa & Otani ****1/2

11/13/99 AKIRA & Wallstreet vs. Saito & Kojima ***

11/13/99 Chono & nWo Sting vs. Muto & Tenzan ***1/2

11/20/99 Otani & Kanemoto vs. Samurai & Liger ***1/2

11/27/99 Kido & Liger vs. Kanemoto & Koshinaka ***1/4

11/27/99 Kojima & Muto vs. AKIRA & Chono ***1/4

12/11/99 Ka Shin & Wagner Jr. vs. Otani & Kanemoto ***1/2

12/25/99 Tenzan & Kojima vs. Chono & Frye ***1/4

 

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Six Man:

03/13/99 Kojima & Muto & Tenzan vs. Yasuda & Fujinami & Sasaki ***1/4

05/01/99 Kojima & Muto & Tenzan vs. Yasuda & Tenryu & Fujinami ***3/4

05/01/99 Nagata & Fujinami & Yamazaki vs. Nakanishi & Koshinaka & Sasaki ***1/4

05/08/99 Frye & Chono & AKIRA vs. Kojima & Muto & Tenzan ***

05/22/99 Kojima & Muto & Tenzan vs. Yasuda & Koshinaka & Nagata ***1/2

06/05/99 Chono & Frye & nWo Sting vs. Kojima & Muto & Tenzan ***3/4

12/18/99 Tanaka & Ka Shin & Wagner Jr. vs. Takaiwa & Kanemoto & Otani ***1/2

 

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Other:

07/10/99 Hashimoto & Yasuda & Nagata & Meng vs. Tenzan & Muto & Kojima & Norton ***

08/07/99 Juniors Battle Royal (won by Ka Shin) ***

 

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By */Date

 

**** 3/4

10/30/99 Otani & Takaiwa vs. Tanaka & Kanemoto (Jr. Tag Titles) ****3/4

 

**** 1/2

03/20/99 Kanemoto vs. Liger (Jr. Title) ****1/2

06/05/99 Liger vs. Kanemoto (Super Jr. Tourney) ****1/2

07/31/99 Takaiwa & Otani vs. Liger & Sasuke (Jr. Tag Titles) ****1/2

11/13/99 Liger & Pegasus vs. Takaiwa & Otani ****1/2

12/25/99 Tenryu vs. Muto (World Title) ****1/2

 

**** 1/4

05/01/99 Otani & Takaiwa vs. Kanemoto & Ka Shin ****1/4

05/15/99 Muto vs. Tenryu (World Title) ****1/4

06/05/99 Tanaka vs. Otani (Super Jr. Tourney) ****1/4

08/14/99 Nagata vs. Kojima (G1) ****1/4

 

****

02/27/99 Sasaki vs. Kojima (#1 Contender Tourney Final) ****

05/29/99 Otani vs. Orihara (Super Jr. Tourney) ****

07/10/99 Kanemoto vs. Tanaka (Jr. Title) ****

08/14/99 Hashimoto vs. Tenzan (G1) ****

08/14/99 Muto vs. Nagata (G1) ****

11/06/99 Pegasus vs. Liger ****

11/06/99 Muto & Kojima vs. Koshinaka & Nagata ****

 

*** 3/4

01/30/99 Otani vs. Liger ***3/4

02/06/99 Ka Shin & Wagner Jr. vs. Samurai & Liger (Jr. Tag Titles) ***3/4

02/27/99 Ka Shin & Wagner Jr. vs. Otani & Takaiwa (Jr. Tag Titles) ***3/4

03/06/99 Muto vs. Sasaki (World Title) ***3/4

03/13/99 Koshinaka & Sasaki vs. Kojima & Muto ***3/4

04/10/99 Kanemoto vs. Otani (Jr. Title) ***3/4

05/01/99 Kojima & Muto & Tenzan vs. Yasuda & Tenryu & Fujinami ***3/4

06/05/99 Chono & Frye & nWo Sting vs. Kojima & Muto & Tenzan ***3/4

07/03/99 Kojima & Muto vs. Chono & Frye ***3/4

08/14/99 Fujinami vs. Muto (G1) ***3/4

10/09/99 Muto & Norton vs. Nakanishi & Nagata (G1 Tag Final) ***3/4

10/16/99 Muto vs. Nakanishi (World Title) ***3/4

 

*** 1/2

01/04/99 Liger vs. Kanemoto (Jr. Title) ***1/2 (1)

01/30/99 Sasaki vs. Nagata (#1 Contender Tourney) ***1/2

02/13/99 Kojima & Tenzan vs. Nagata & Nakanishi (World Tag) ***1/2

03/20/99 Kojima & Muto vs. Nagata & Yamazaki ***1/2

04/03/99 Sasaki & Koshinaka vs. Tenzan & Kojima (World Tag) ***1/2

04/17/99 Liger & Sasuke vs. Wagner Jr. & Ka Shin (Jr. Tag Titles) ***1/2

04/24/99 Takaiwa vs. Tanaka ***1/2

05/22/99 Kojima & Muto & Tenzan vs. Yasuda & Koshinaka & Nagata ***1/2

05/29/99 Fujinami & Tenryu vs. Tenzan & Muto ***1/2

07/10/99 Otani & Takaiwa vs. Liger & Wagner Jr. ***1/2

07/24/99 Liger & Samurai vs. Wagner Jr. & Kanemoto ***1/2

08/14/99 Koshinaka vs. Chono (G1) ***1/2

08/14/99 Sasaki vs. Kojima (G1) ***1/2

08/14/99 Chono vs. Hashimoto (G1) ***1/2

08/22/99 Ka Shin vs. Kanemoto (Jr. Title) ***1/2

08/22/99 Nagata & Nakanishi vs. Ohara & Gotoh (World Tag) ***1/2

10/09/99 Nagata & Nakanishi vs. Tenzan & Kojima (G1 Tag Tourney) ***1/2

10/16/99 Ogawa vs. Hashimoto (NWA Title) ***1/2

10/23/99 Tenzan vs. Gotoh ***1/2

11/06/99 Malenko vs. Kanemoto ***1/2

11/13/99 Chono & nWo Sting vs. Muto & Tenzan ***1/2

11/20/99 Otani & Kanemoto vs. Samurai & Liger ***1/2

12/11/99 Ka Shin & Wagner Jr. vs. Otani & Kanemoto ***1/2

12/18/99 Tanaka & Ka Shin & Wagner Jr. vs. Takaiwa & Kanemoto & Otani ***1/2

 

*** 1/4

01/30/99 Kojima vs. Yamazaki (#1 Contender Tourney) ***1/4

02/20/99 Liger vs. Wagner Jr. (Jr. Title) ***1/4

03/13/99 Kojima & Muto & Tenzan vs. Yasuda & Fujinami & Sasaki ***1/4

03/27/99 Nagata & Sasaki vs. Kojima & Muto ***1/4

03/27/99 Ka Shin & Wagner Jr. vs. Samurai & Hamada (Jr. Tag Titles) ***1/4

04/24/99 Tenzan & Kojima vs. Nagata & Nakanishi ***1/4

05/01/99 Nagata & Fujinami & Yamazaki vs. Nakanishi & Koshinaka & Sasaki ***1/4

05/08/99 Sasaki & Koshinaka vs. Nagata & Yamazaki (World Tag) ***1/4

05/15/99 Kanemoto vs. Takaiwa (Jr. Title) ***1/4

05/22/99 Otani vs. Wagner Jr. (Super Jr. Tourney) ***1/4

05/29/99 Hamada vs. Liger (Super Jr. Tourney) ***1/4

06/05/99 Ohara & Gotoh vs. Koshinaka & Yasuda ***1/4

06/05/99 Sasaki & Johnston vs. Nagata & Iizuka ***1/4

06/26/99 Ka Shin vs. Kanemoto (Super Jr. Final) ***1/4

07/03/99 Hashimoto & Nakanishi vs. Nagata & Fujinami ***1/4

07/03/99 Gotoh & Ohara vs. Koshinaka & Sasaki (World Tag) ***1/4

08/07/99 Gotoh & Ohara vs. Kimura & Koshinaka (World Tag) ***1/4

08/15/99 Tenzan vs. Chono (G1) ***1/4

08/15/99 Nakanishi vs. Muto (G1 Final) ***1/4

09/18/99 Otani & Takaiwa vs. Liger & Samurai (Jr. Tag Titles) ***1/4

09/25/99 Norton & Muto vs. Nagata & Nakanishi (G1 Tag Tourney) ***1/4

10/02/99 Ka Shin vs. Takaiwa (Jr. Title) ***1/4

10/23/99 Tenryu vs. Sasaki ***1/4

11/13/99 Yasuda & Tenryu vs. Nagata & Sasaki ***1/4

11/27/99 Kido & Liger vs. Kanemoto & Koshinaka ***1/4

11/27/99 Kojima & Muto vs. AKIRA & Chono ***1/4

12/04/99 Samurai & Ka Shin & Tanaka vs. Otani & Kanemoto & Takaiwa ***1/4

12/25/99 Tenzan & Kojima vs. Chono & Frye ***1/4

 

***

01/04/99 Ka Shin & Wagner Jr. vs. Otani & Takaiwa (Jr. Tag Titles) *** (1)

02/06/99 Sasaki & Yamazaki vs. Muto & Saito ***

02/13/99 Wagner Jr. & Ka Shin vs. Liger & Hamada ***

04/10/99 Muto vs. Frye (World Title) ***

04/24/99 Yamazaki & Fujita vs. Ishikawa & Otsuka ***

05/08/99 Frye & Chono & AKIRA vs. Kojima & Muto & Tenzan ***

05/08/99 Takaiwa & Kanemoto vs. Liger & Ka Shin ***

07/03/99 Muto & Kojima vs. Wallstreet & Chono ***

07/10/99 Hashimoto & Yasuda & Nagata & Meng vs. Tenzan & Muto & Kojima & Norton ***

08/07/99 Juniors Battle Royal (won by Ka Shin) ***

08/14/99 Fujinami vs. Yasuda (G1) ***

11/13/99 AKIRA & Wallstreet vs. Saito & Kojima ***

11/27/99 Otani vs. Ka Shin ***

 

Notes:

 

(1) Both matches were replayed on the 01/16/99 NJPW TV show in lengthier versions and Dave rated both of them at the ***3/4 level

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Old board, which is long gone. I've got them on the hard drive... though only could find the coded up version last night rather than the txt files I'm sure I created for NJPW. I should probably clean them up and simply post them on tOA. Chris and/or I did every 90s year for AJPW and NJPW.

 

John

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Any '99 lucha missing? Anything that should be here not here? Is there no AAA from '99 that should go on?

 

01/22/99 - Atlantis, Emilio Charles Jr. & Felino vs Black Warrior, Blue Panther & Dr. Wagner Jr. (CMLL)

02/24/99 - Tsubasa & Oriental vs Ultimo Guerrero & Virus (CMLL)

03/12/99 - Oriental vs Virus (CMLL)

03/16/99 - Shocker vs Black Warrior (CMLL)

03/19/99 - El Hijo del Santo & Negro Casas vs Bestia Salvaje & Scorpio Jr. (CMLL)

05/14/99 - Ultimo Guerrero, Violencia, Rey Bucanero, Black Warrior & Fuerza Guerrera vs Tarzan Boy, Zorro, Pantera, Olimpico & Tony Rivera

05/16/99 - Mike Segura vs Shiima Nobunaga (IWRG)

05/21/99 - Ultimo Guerrero vs Great Sasuke (CMLL)

08/15/99 - Arkangel, Zumbido & Ultimo Guerrero vs Solar, Oriental & Mr. Niebla (CMLL)

09/10/99 - Mr. Aguila, Antifaz Del Norte & Tony Rivera vs Violencia, Rey Bucanero & Zumbido (CMLL)

09/10/99 - El Hijo del Santo, Emilio Charles Jr., Negro Casas & Olimpico vs Black Warrior, Blue Panther, Dr. Wagner Jr. & Ultimo Guerrero (CMLL)

09/17/99 - El Hijo del Santo & Negro Casas vs Dr. Wagner Jr. & Blue Panther (CMLL)

09/24/99 - Shocker & Mr. Niebla vs Villano III & Atlantis (CMLL)

11/??/99 - Jushin Liger vs Shocker (CMLL)

11/26/99 - El Hijo del Santo, Antifaz del Norte, Olimpico, Tarzan Boy, Tony Rivera, Felino, Negro Casas & Emilio Charles Jr vs Rey Bucanero, Ultimo Guerrero, Black Warrior, El Satanico, Bestia Salvaje, Blue Panther, Fuerza Guerrera & Zumbido (CMLL)

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There's a lot of good stuff on the OCESA Ruleta de la Muerte PPV, especially the torneo cibernetico that opens the show and the key tournament matches.

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You're missing the set-up to the double hair/mask vs. hair/mask match:

 

El Hijo Del Santo y Negro Casas vs. Bestia Salvaje y Scorpio Jr. (CMLL 2/5/99)

El Hijo Del Santo y Negro Casas vs. Bestia Salvaje y Scorpio Jr. (CMLL 2/26/99)

El Hijo Del Santo y Negro Casas vs. Bestia Salvaje y Scorpio Jr. (CMLL 3/12/99)

 

In the first match, Santo and Casas win the tag titles but refuse to accept them as it was on a DQ. The second match is a title match for the same vacant titles. The third match I can't remember anything about.

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Battlarts 5/14/99

 

(Bed of Nails Death Match) Yuki Ishikawa vs Mitsuhiro Matsunaga

 

Bed of Nails is always an interesting gimmick, because of how legit dangerous it no one ever takes any real bumps into the thing and you've gotta come up with unique ways to work around the limitation. In this they flat out just don't touch the thing but they do do a hell of a job teasing it and milking a lot of drama out of almost getting sent into the nails. I dug Matsunaga tying his belt to the ropes to avoid getting pushed off the apron. Eventually Matsunaga bust out the spike and bloodies up Ishikawa again, he brings in a barb wire bat but the ref gets whacked accidently. In a repeat of the last match Ishikawa gets the advantage, takes Matsunaga down with punches and a sleeper but this time with no ref he can't get the win and when he lets go Matsunaga recovers enough to toss a fireball at him then lock in a choke of his own which causes Ishikawa's seconds to toss in the towel. Post match Otsuka runs in to get Matsunaga off and he eats a fireball of his own. Not quite but almost as great as their first match in 98. Matsunaga is so awesome in the old school role of your special guest assasin heel. Someone who'd get old after a while in this environment but if you bring him in once a year for a short run, have him destroy some mid carders, spilling blood and causing chaos along the way then get beat by the big hero in the end it's fucking gold every time. So yeah, highest recomendation for this.

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Tamura vs Yamamoto, RINGS 6/24: Okay, this match. There are so many times where I nominate the same 2000s matches, the same early 1990s matches, and it kills me that a year like 1999 is always a total also-ran. I do think it's "weak" in comparison to 2000, but it has its moments. This one right here is one of the first matches I think of when the term "hidden gem" comes up. RINGS was on its last legs as a worked promotion, and they have to lower themselves to using Korakuen. But that means a packed, super-hot crowd for a super-hot match. This might be the best RINGS match, and it's certainly a MOTYC.

Seconding this. Tamura/Yamamoto is my favorite shoot-style pairing. Terrific match and very accessible for people who may not be especially into shoot-style. Overall, one of the best 3 or 4 RINGS matches ever.

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Benoit v Sting from the September 20 Nitro is really good.

Benoit v Mike Enos from Souled Out is worth a look too.

Rey has a chunk "v big man" matches that, based on hearsay, are terrific short matches. v Nash, Norton, Bigelow....they're on youtube for a watch.

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Do you guys have the Michaels TWA fed or do I need to go digging through tapes to send to Will? At minimum one of the Spanky v. AmDrag matches should make this set and I'd argue for Diamond v. Michaels (and possibly Diamond v. Wolfie D) too.

 

I assume the semi-famous Daniels v. Mike Modest match from APW will make it. Pretty sure that was in Jan or Feb of 99.

 

APW should have at least a few other matches of note from 99 but I'll be damned if I can remember anything in particular

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10/5/98

 

(B-CUP '98 Tournament R1) Yuki Ishikawa vs Mitsuhiro Matsunaga

 

Good vs Evil, Them vs Us, 2 mother fuckers that don't like each other about to fight. Ishikawa, Battlarts Ace, representitive of clean pure skill based sportsman like grappling & striking contest. Matsunaga, Mr. Danger, dastardly invader, representitive of anything goes, weapon wielding hardcore matches. Matsunaga waste no time getting things started as he whips out a fuckin sword he smugled into the ring and goes after Ishikawa. He then uses every other dirty trick he can think of, he stabs him with a fork, he uses chairs, he chokes, he stomps, he bites him with his vampire fangs, just for the hell of it he goes back to his martial arts roots and tosses in a few karate kicks and a suplex too. Ishikawa fights back here and thear but keeps getting cut off and gets bloodied up. He does kind of wussy blade job on his head actually but all is forgiven when a few mins later he goes to the complete other end of the spectrum of balls out manliness and gets his arm legit carved up by Matsunaga's fork and starts driping blood all over. Finally he's able to catch Matsunaga with something and make his comeback to the delight of the crowd, and since this match is about pride as much as anything he never results to using Matsunaga's own weaposn against him. Instead he proves his style is better and finishes him with holds & suplexes, a quick sleeper puts Matsunaga out and Ishikawa mounts him and rains down punches as the ref calls for the bell and gives him the KO victory. Pro Wrestling can't get any more Pro Wrestling then this match here.

Battlarts 5/14/99

 

(Bed of Nails Death Match) Yuki Ishikawa vs Mitsuhiro Matsunaga

 

Bed of Nails is always an interesting gimmick, because of how legit dangerous it no one ever takes any real bumps into the thing and you've gotta come up with unique ways to work around the limitation. In this they flat out just don't touch the thing but they do do a hell of a job teasing it and milking a lot of drama out of almost getting sent into the nails. I dug Matsunaga tying his belt to the ropes to avoid getting pushed off the apron. Eventually Matsunaga bust out the spike and bloodies up Ishikawa again, he brings in a barb wire bat but the ref gets whacked accidently. In a repeat of the last match Ishikawa gets the advantage, takes Matsunaga down with punches and a sleeper but this time with no ref he can't get the win and when he lets go Matsunaga recovers enough to toss a fireball at him then lock in a choke of his own which causes Ishikawa's seconds to toss in the towel. Post match Otsuka runs in to get Matsunaga off and he eats a fireball of his own. Not quite but almost as great as their first match in 98. Matsunaga is so awesome in the old school role of your special guest assasin heel. Someone who'd get old after a while in this environment but if you bring him in once a year for a short run, have him destroy some mid carders, spilling blood and causing chaos along the way then get beat by the big hero in the end it's fucking gold every time. So yeah, highest recomendation for this.

Battlarts 11/9/99

 

Alexander Otsuka vs Mitsuhiro Matsunaga

 

Final part of the saga. As I mentioned in the 1st review, Matsunaga vs Ishikawa was very much good vs evil with Ishikawa refusing to stoop to Matsunaga's lvl and out to prove that his was is best. This match is the opposite, Matsunaga has been terrorising the Bat Bat crew on & off for over a year now and Otsuka goes into this match on some eye for an eye type shit. Otsuka has no issues getting down & dirty, attacking before the bell, taking the fight into the crowd, swinging chairs, busting Matsunaga open, riping off Matsunaga's belt and trying to choke him out with it. Overwhelmed, Matsunaga is finally reduced to begging for a clean fight and offering Otsuka the hand of friendship. Reluctantly, Otsuka agrees and we get a minute or two of nice gentlemanly combat. The biggest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the world he didn't exist so i've heard. Coming out on the losing end of a fair fight as well, Matsunaga rewards Otsuka's kind trusting nature with a fireball to the face. Follows that up with a spike to the head and oh dear god but Otsuka bleeds...and bleeds...and BLEEDS...EVERYWHEAR. The mat gets soaked, the ref gets soaked and Otsuka is a crimson mess. Matsunaga continues the punishment, stabing him more and more and more, in the head, in the arm, in the hand. Valiantly Otsuka refuses to die and fights back, he's able to fire up enough offense to knock Matsunaga outside and in an awesome visual hits a great bloody tope con hilo to wipe him out. The rest of the match is them going back & forth for a bit. Otsuka finally gains the upper hand again after a series of head butts and the crowd goes ape shit when that allows him to gain controll of the spike and go for revenge. Matsunaga gets saved by the ref and makes one last desperate attempt to win by throwing a 2nd fireball but Otsuka foils him before he can even light up. Otsuka nails him with a few more strikes and a suplex then locks him in a modified scorpion death lock. Knowing he has nothing left Matsunaga instantly taps and as soon as the seconds drag Otsuka off, Matsunaga limps away as fast as he can, a bloodied & beaten man, swinging his sword and cursing the name Alexander. Best match of the 3. I love wrestling :)

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How's this for an All Japan list? If push comes to shove, what are the first cuts? Can anything be clipped to the finish?

 

Kenta Kobashi & Jun Akiyama vs Toshiaki Kawada & Akira Taue (AJPW 01/07/99)

Yoshinari Ogawa vs Masahito Kakihara (AJPW 01/15/99)

Vader vs Kenta Kobashi (AJPW 01/15/99)

Hayabusa & Jinsei Shinzaki vs Tamon Honda & Jun Izumida (AJPW 01/16/99)

Kenta Kobashi, Jun Akiyama & Jinsei Shinzaki vs Vader, Masahito Kakihara & Yoshihiro Takayama (AJPW 01/22/99)

Mitsuharu Misawa vs Toshiaki Kawada (AJPW 01/22/99)

Giant Baba funeral coverage (AJPW TV 02/13/99)

Hayabusa & Jinsei Shinzaki vs Tamon Honda & Jun Izumida (AJPW 02/13/99)

Mitsuharu Misawa, Yoshinari Ogawa & Masahito Kakihara vs Kenta Kobashi, Jun Akiyama & Kentaro Shiga (AJPW 02/13/99)

Jumbo Tsuruta retirement announcement (AJPW 02/20/99)

Mitsuharu Misawa & Yoshinari Ogawa vs Kenta Kobashi & Jun Akiyama (AJPW 03/06/99)

Vader vs Akira Taue (AJPW 03/06/99)

Jun Akiyama vs Akira Taue (AJPW Championship Carnival 03/26/99)

Mitsuharu Misawa vs Vader (AJPW Championship Carnival 03/26/99)

Kenta Kobashi vs Jun Akiyama (AJPW Championship Carnival 04/04/99)

Vader vs Kenta Kobashi (AJPW Championship Carnival 04/08/99)

Vader vs Kenta Kobashi (AJPW Championship Carnival 04/16/99)

Great Sasuke, Tiger Mask IV & Hayabusa vs Maunakea Mossman, Masahito Kakihara & Yoshinari Ogawa (AJPW Tokyo Dome 05/02/99)

Giant Baba Ceremony (AJPW Tokyo Dome 05/02/99)

Mitsuharu Misawa + Keiji Muto (AJPW Tokyo Dome 05/02/99)

Toshiaki Kawada vs Hiroshi Hase (AJPW Tokyo Dome 05/02/99)

Vader vs Mitsuharu Misawa (AJPW Tokyo Dome 05/02/99)

Hayabusa & Jinsei Shinzaki vs Takao Omori & Yoshihiro Takayama (AJPW 06/04/99)

Mitsuharu Misawa & Akira Taue vs Kenta Kobashi & Toshiaki Kawada (AJPW 06/04/99)

Kenta Kobashi & Jun Akiyama vs Johnny Ace & Bart Gunn (AJPW 06/09/99) (Finish only - title change)

Yoshinari Ogawa vs Kentaro Shiga (AJPW 06/09/99)

Toshiaki Kawada & Akira Taue vs Yoshihiro Takayama & Takako Omori (AJPW 06/11/99)

Mitsuharu Misawa vs Kenta Kobashi (AJPW 06/11/99)

Kenta Kobashi & Kentaro Shiga vs Yoshihiro Takayama & Takao Omori (AJPW 07/04/99)

Toshiaki Kawada vs Yoshihiro Takayama (AJPW 07/17/99)

Mitsuharu Misawa vs Toshiaki Kawada (AJPW 07/22/99)

Vader & Gary Albright vs Kenta Kobashi & Jun Akiyama (AJPW 07/23/99)

Yoshinari Ogawa & Masahito Kakihara vs Johnny Smith & Jinsei Shinzaki (AJPW 07/23/99)

Mitsuharu Misawa & Yoshinari Ogawa vs Yoshihiro Takayama & Takao Omori (AJPW 08/25/99)

Yoshinari Ogawa vs 2 Cold Scorpio (AJPW 08/30/99)

Mitsuharu Misawa vs Yoshihiro Takayama (AJPW 09/04/99)

Jun Akiyama vs Takao Omori (AJPW 09/04/99)

Vader vs Mitsuharu Misawa (AJPW 09/04/99)

Kenta Kobashi vs The Gladiator (AJPW 09/04/99)

Yoshihiro Takayama, Takao Omori & Masa Fuchi vs Kenta Kobashi & Jun Akiyama (AJPW 10/09/99)

Mitsuharu Misawa & Yoshinari Ogawa vs Kenta Kobashi & Jun Akiyama (AJPW 10/23/99)

Kenta Kobashi & Jun Akiyama vs Yoshinari Ogawa & Takao Omori (AJPW 10/30/99)

Vader vs Mitsuharu Misawa (AJPW 10/30/99)

Mitsuharu Misawa & Yoshinari Ogawa vs Vader & Johnny Smith (AJPW 11/13/99)

Mitsuharu Misawa & Yoshinari Ogawa vs Kenta Kobashi & Jun Akiyama (AJPW 11/20/99)

Kenta Kobashi & Jun Akiyama vs Stan Hansen & Akira Taue (AJPW 12/03/99)

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How's this for an All Japan list? If push comes to shove, what are the first cuts? Can anything be clipped to the finish?

 

Hayabusa & Jinsei Shinzaki vs Tamon Honda & Jun Izumida (AJPW 01/16/99)

Great Sasuke, Tiger Mask IV & Hayabusa vs Maunakea Mossman, Masahito Kakihara & Yoshinari Ogawa (AJPW Tokyo Dome 05/02/99)

Yoshinari Ogawa & Masahito Kakihara vs Johnny Smith & Jinsei Shinzaki (AJPW 07/23/99) FINISH ONLY

Yoshinari Ogawa vs 2 Cold Scorpio (AJPW 08/30/99)

These would be my no brainers. Can certainly edit further based on over-representation.

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More for the drop list:

Jun Akiyama vs Akira Taue (AJPW Championship Carnival 03/26/99)

Yoshinari Ogawa vs Kentaro Shiga (AJPW 06/09/99)

Vader & Gary Albright vs Kenta Kobashi & Jun Akiyama (AJPW 07/23/99)

Though I still vouch for the Team FMW vs Honda/Izumida tags...

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While I'm at it, here's the New Japan list, if that can also be edited:

 

Dr. Wagner & Kendo Ka Shin vs Shinjiro Otani & Tatsuhito Takaiwa (NJPW Tokyo Dome 01/04/99) (Finish only - title change)

Shinya Hashimoto vs Naoya Ogawa (NJPW Tokyo Dome 01/04/99)

Hiroyoshi Tenzan & Satoshi Kojima vs Genichiro Tenryu & Shiro Koshinaka (NJPW Tokyo Dome 01/04/99) (Finish only - title change)

Keiji Muto vs Scott Norton (NJPW Tokyo Dome 01/04/99) (Finish only - title change)

Jushin Liger vs Shinjiro Otani (NJPW 01/27/99)

Jushin Liger & El Samurai vs Kendo Ka Shin & Dr. Wagner Jr. (NJPW 02/02/99)

Satoshi Kojima & Hiroyoshi Tenzan vs Yuji Nagata & Manabu Nakanishi (NJPW 02/05/99)

Shinjiro Otani & Tatsuhito Takaiwa vs Dr. Wagner Jr. & Kendo Ka Shin (NJPW 02/11/99)

Kensuke Sasaki vs Satoshi Kojima (NJPW 02/11/99)

Keiji Muto vs Kensuke Sasaki (NJPW 02/14/99)

Atsushi Onita angle (NJPW 03/03/99)

Keiji Muto & Satoshi Kojima vs Kensuke Sasaki & Shiro Koshinaka (NJPW 03/03/99)

Jushin Liger vs Koji Kanemoto (NJPW 03/17/99)

Hiroyoshi Tenzan & Satoshi Kojima vs Kensuke Sasaki & Shiro Koshinaka (NJPW 03/22/99)

Jushin Liger & Great Sasuke vs Dr. Wagner Jr. & Kendo Ka Shin (NJPW 04/10/99) (Finish only, title change)

Masa Chono vs Atsushi Onita (NJPW 04/10/99, Explosive Barbed Wire Match)

Keiji Muto vs Don Frye (NJPW 04/19/99)

Shinjiro Otani & Tatsuhito Takaiwa vs Koji Kanemoto & Kendo Ka Shin (NJPW 04/21/99)

Genichiro Tenryu, Tadao Yasuda & Tatsumi Fujinami vs Hiroyoshi Tenzan, Satoshi Kojima & Keiji Muto (NJPW 04/21/99)

Genichiro Tenryu vs Keiji Muto (NJPW 05/03/99)

Shinjiro Otani vs Masao Orihara (NJPW 05/25/99)

Shinjiro Otani vs Minoru Tanaka (NJPW 05/31/99)

Jushin Liger vs Koji Kanemoto (NJPW 05/31/99)

El Samurai vs Shinjiro Otani (NJPW 06/03/99)

Masa Chono & Don Frye vs Keiji Muto & Satoshi Kojima (NJPW 06/08/99)

Genichiro Tenryu vs Shinya Hashimoto (NJPW 06/08/99)

Koji Kanemoto vs Minoru Tanaka (NJPW 06/27/99)

Kensuke Sasaki & Shiro Koshinaka vs Tatsu Goto & Michiyoshi Ohara (NJPW 06/27/99) (Finish only)

Koji Kanemoto vs El Samurai (NJPW 07/01/99)

Jushin Liger & Great Sasuke vs Shinjiro Otani & Tatsuhito Takaiwa (NJPW 07/13/99)

Hiroyoshi Tenzan vs Shinya Hashimoto (NJPW G-1 Climax 08/10/99)

Shiro Koshinaka vs Masa Chono (NJPW G-1 Climax 08/10/99)

Yuji Nagata vs Satoshi Kojima (NJPW G-1 Climax 08/10/99)

Tatsumi Fujinami vs Keiji Muto (NJPW G-1 Climax 08/10/99)

Kensuke Sasaki vs Satoshi Kojima (NJPW G-1 Climax 08/11/99)

Keiji Muto vs Yuji Nagata (NJPW G-1 Climax 08/11/99)

Masa Chono vs Shinya Hashimoto (NJPW G-1 Climax 08/11/99)

Keiji Muto vs Manabu Nakanishi (NJPW G-1 Climax 08/15/99)

Koji Kanemoto vs Kendo Ka Shin (NJPW 08/28/99) (Finish only, title change)

Great Muta vs Great Nita (NJPW 08/28/99, No Rope Barbed Wire Land Mine Exploding Death Match)

Yuji Nagata & Manabu Nakanishi vs Michiyoshi Ohara & Tatsu Goto (NJPW 08/28/99) (Finish only, title change)

Hiroyoshi Tenzan & Satoshi Kojima vs Yuji Nagata & Manabu Nakanishi (NJPW 09/23/99)

Keiji Muto & Scott Norton vs Manabu Nakanishi & Yuji Nagata (NJPW 09/23/99)

Jushin Liger vs Kendo Ka Shin (NJPW Tokyo Dome 10/11/99) (Finish only, title change)

Shinjiro Otani & Tatsuhito Takaiwa vs Minoru Tanaka & Koji Kanemoto (NJPW Tokyo Dome 10/11/99)

Shinya Hashimoto vs Naoya Ogawa (NJPW Tokyo Dome 10/11/99)

Keiji Muto vs Manabu Nakanishi (NJPW Tokyo Dome 10/11/99)

Jushin Liger vs Wild Pegasus (NJPW 10/17/99)

Keiji Muto & Satoshi Kojima vs Shiro Koshinaka & Yuji Nagata (NJPW 10/17/99)

Jushin Liger & Wild Pegasus vs Shinjiro Otani & Tatsuhito Takaiwa (NJPW 10/19/99)

Genichiro Tenryu vs Keiji Muto (NJPW 12/10/99)

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