ohtani's jacket Posted June 1, 2019 Report Share Posted June 1, 2019 This was an interesting match if for no other reason than it was a chance to see Kea work now that he was a "made man" of sorts. And you know what? I like him. Japanese wrestling is in such a slump at this point that at least Kea is a story and a guy you can follow. Smith brought his usual bag of submissions and joint manipulation and Kea stuck to his guns throughout. Mutoh was in Kea's corner, which to me is an ominous sign, but for now, I'm enjoying the Mossman push. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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