Naito is 3-0 against Taichi, even when he was murdered with a ladder at the hands of Iizuka. The junior tag title feud of my dreams will have to wait. Kanemaru and El Desperado are the secret weapons of Suzuki— Gun, capable of winning almost any match, and they both showed how great they can be in the Best Of The Super Juniors tournament last year. Everything after that sees Tanahashi injure his own body in trying to retain. This was all over the place. Ospreay won the only other singles match in this company between the two of them but I expect Hiromu to even the score here.
He struggles at making himself look good. In particular the Goto-Evil match but Naito-Tacos also dropped short of expectations. They double teamed Umino with relative ease, Umino needing the help from Yoshida to make his come back. He climbs the ropes, hits a moonsault for a nearfall. Archived from on February 13, 2015.
Two Slingblades, a bridging Dragon suplex and Tanahashi takes to the top. When they needed him to job to someone in G1. Despite this Gedo tries to make the match about the mask vs. Tanahashi thinks about Aces High to the outside but White rolls back in and drops him with a Flatliner + German suplex combo. Kitamura shows improved psychology; drawing Nagata in for a spot by taking kicks.
This was fun and creative, but I can see it being very polarizing for some fans. But rally he does, focusing on high flying rather than butt bumps for a beat and it pays off! He wants them to tag once more before Iizuka retires but Iizuka has refused to respond. This one was a bit slow to start and ended a bit abruptly but I still enjoyed it more than I would have expected and would be fairly well into a rematch. Naito eventually won the match after hitting a half and a full Destino. If his knee was worked over the Bloody Cross would be a bad idea for example.
Jay White has promised to usher in a new era but will his words become the truth? Yujiro makes the save, allowing Owens the opportunity to finish Honma with the Package Piledriver. Bone Soldier in control, grinding him down, fending the Funky Weapon off with targeted knees to counter as he tries to rally. Much is the Imploding 450 but Ospreay does that so effortlessly. Really standard undercard stuff, hunt down a gif of Desperado and Takagi beating each other for sure, but the whole match? Archived from on February 16, 2012. Archived from on February 22, 2014.
He continues the attack by delivering a piledriver onto the ramp and walks back into the ring, making Okada come to him. All of this can of course be appealed by messaging us. Refusing to go for the pinfall, brutally wrenching at Tanahashi's leg in 100 different ways in an attempt to force him to give up. Fale is a nice guy to have around because he beat just about anyone on his day. Henare, Finlay, and Robinson 5. Quickly, he climbs to the top rope and hits a diving senton from the top to the floor.
It was very odd to see Naito come out for a singles match in the midcard. Okada manages a big elbow that rocks Fale, bouncing him off the ropes and giving Okada leverage for the slam. In desperation mode, Fale begins clubbing at Okada however possible. By no means bad, they worked their way up and managed to give a solid match but nothing that I personally would call must-see. I would pay good money to watch those two kill each other in a G1-esque bout.
Come here to discuss pro wrestling in all its forms and factions. When you increase the pace it feels special. Fale takes to the top but is cutoff by a dropkick and subsequently takes a superplex. They started off really strong and ended up delivering two absolutely must-see matches. Prediction: Taiji Ishimori Kazuchika Okada vs. Cody looked great, Kenny looked broken and great , and Ibushi got the reaction of a mega-star when he came running out. Liger is ringside so he responses on the Japanese commentary.
A new era is officially underway. Push come to shove, do I think it will? This starts fast and crazy. Archived from on March 1, 2014. He shows good strength here too, powering Nagata over on a gutwrench suplex. Only real complaint is it felt like it got a bit dragged out in the last ten minutes, but it was kind of necessary to tell the story of Tanahashi's Ace will breaking through but his body failing to meet that will.
They throw in a great spot where Ospreay goes for the Oscutter but Hiromu takes him down with a neckbreaker, taking us back to the logical neck storyline. Lots of brawling, more cheating. They kept it basic, sticking to power moves and fighting spirit. They have a slightly rough, but totally insane, spot where Hiromu gets caught up top and Will tries to suplex him off the top rope into the buckles while sliding off himself. We offer many Wrestling shows and they are posted almost everyday. One Destino lead directly into another Destino finally keeps Y-H down for the three count.