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aguakun

Member Since 18 Feb 2017
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In Topic: Io Shirai & Tam Nakano vs. Kagetsu & Sumire Natsu (Stardom 4/1/18)

22 April 2018 - 02:54 PM

Current Blast Exploding Bat Death Match: Io Shirai & Tam Nakano vs. Oedo Tai (Kagetsu & Sumire Natsu)
 
This was incredible, the action was fast-paced and exciting, and the tension building into the bat spots and the explosions themselves created such an unsettling atmosphere. I was on the edge of my seat the whole time, loved this. ****1/2

In Topic: Viper vs. Jungle Kyona (Stardom 4/1/18)

22 April 2018 - 02:53 PM

SWA World Championship: Viper © vs. Jungle Kyona
 
Great match, Kyona gave a spirited performance working underneath, she's the hometown hero so the crowd was strongly behind her and those last-minute counters she was making were great. ****

In Topic: Toni Storm vs. Mayu Iwatani (Stardom 4/1/18)

22 April 2018 - 02:52 PM

World of Stardom Championship: Toni Storm © vs. Mayu Iwatani
 
The opening segment with Toni mocking Mayu's injury was silly, but this was otherwise a great match. The callbacks to the previous encounter in Nagoya (where Mayu got injured, forfeiting the title) were done well, with Storm working the injured arm and the dropkick that caused the injury being a dramatic moment they built to. I also like how Mayu's frustration led to her rushing and making mistakes. Strong Zero being this dangerous, lightning-fast move reminds me of Mariko Yoshida's Air Raid Crash, loving how Toni utilizes it. ****

In Topic: Current Joshi Talk

19 April 2018 - 12:12 PM

Sumire has been killing it this year. I've always enjoyed her work, but since leaving WAVE I feel she has reached a high level. She's become one of my absolute favorites to watch, her stuff with Oedo Tai is gold.


In Topic: Toni Storm vs. Viper (Stardom 3/28/18)

10 April 2018 - 03:06 PM

SWA World Championship / ICW Women's Championship: Toni Storm © vs. Viper ©

 

This is probably the best gaijin vs. gaijin match I've ever seen in Stardom. It was physical, the pacing and move progression felt natural, even the outside portion didn't feel tacked on. I thought Toni's superhuman no-selling was consistent with how she has been presented in Stardom. She lost anyway, so it didn't really matter in the end. Extra 1/4 for Toni hitting an ultra-stiff hip attack. ****