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aguakun

Member Since 18 Feb 2017
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In Topic: Current Joshi Talk

Yesterday, 04:03 PM

It seems the story of the match was Mandy targeting Io's injured/recovering neck. She wasn't 100%.

 

I think the idea of putting Mayu with wrestlers she has already beaten is that one of them will probably challenge for and win the White Belt.


In Topic: Arisa Nakajima vs Hiroyo Matsumoto (SEAdLINNING Fortissimo 05/24/17)

04 August 2017 - 10:23 AM

Arisa Nakajima vs. Hiroyo Matsumoto
 
This was a back-and-forth where all of the moves and counters were well-placed, and it builds into a crushing finish. Arisa's desperation came across well in her facial expressions, and her suplexes were terrific. ****

In Topic: Current Joshi Talk

30 July 2017 - 09:10 AM

 

So Io Shirai held a press conference today to announce that she is taking time off to treat neck problems and undergo medical exams, (in Pittsburgh?) Meltzer mentioned that this might have been originally scheduled to announce Io leaving Stardom. I wonder if Io had some initial medicals for the WWE that threw up some flags that they want Io to check out further, preferably by their doctors, before they sign her. An interesting situation to follow.

 

Io did a run in at today's Stardom show then announced that she was entering the 5*GP. Two big questions are, just what condition is her neck actually in and what is her relationship with the WWE at this point?

 

 

The Stardom English rep likes to post inside scoops on the Stardom reddit, and he seems to be implying that Io isn't leaving now.


In Topic: Kazuchika Okada vs Satoshi Kojima (NJPW G1 Climax 07/27/17)

28 July 2017 - 10:21 PM

Why was Okada acting like a bad guy all of a sudden here? If this is the beginning of an actual tendency on his part, I welcome it - it's not clear to me what his character is supposed to be, and some cheating would help his matches make some sense.

 

If not, it came off like a contrived way to pop the crowd for one night.

 

It wasn't 'all of a sudden'. In an interview leading up to G1, Okada said that the third generation wrestlers don't deserve a spot in the G1 and that they're boring to wrestle because no one believes that they will win, so naturally he is positioned as a heel when faced against Kojima.


In Topic: Current Joshi Talk

16 July 2017 - 09:38 AM

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