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Best Friends (Arisa Nakajima & Tsukasa Fujimoto) vs. Mabudachi❤Chu2byo...

12 October 2017 - 10:08 PM

Best Friends (Arisa Nakajima & Tsukasa Fujimoto) vs. Mabudachi❤Chu2byo卍卍 (Maruko Nagasaki & Mio Momono)


Mabudachi were obnoxious little shits in this match, showing a total lack of respect for Arisa & Tsukasa and getting punished severely in return. There's some top notch rookie punishment here. Arisa's always a pro at manufacturing heat, the slapping session she has with Mio was wonderful. Really awesome tag match, with great double teams, counters and near-falls. ****

Rina Yamashita vs. Yoshiko (WAVE, 8/12/2017)

10 October 2017 - 01:39 AM

Regina di WAVE Championship: Rina Yamashita © vs. Yoshiko


It feels surreal to watch a joshi event that takes place in the same venue Okada and Tiger Mask W fought in. This borrowed a lot from the SEAdLINNNG match, but since this is Rina's turf she was the focus of this story. The action was intense and hard-hitting, and the closing lariat battle was epic. ****1/4

Chihiro Hashimoto vs. Meiko Satomura (Sendai Girls, 9/24/2017)

08 October 2017 - 01:55 PM

Sendai Girls World Championship: Chihiro Hashimoto © vs. Meiko Satomura


I don't think this came anywhere close to their match last year, but it was still a great match. Satomura was trying everything to suppress the thigh-monster, and Chihiro's comebacks had amazing displays of strength and athleticism. There was a distinct lack of hip attacks that I was not a fan of, but Chihiro's powerbomb is terrifying, and this match does its job in establishing it as another move her opponents need to watch out for. The flipping senton from the top rope was also fucking nuts. ***3/4

Aasa Maika, Emi Sakura & Hana Kimura vs. Aja Kong, Cassandra Miyagi & Hikaru Sh...

08 October 2017 - 10:59 AM

Aasa Maika, Emi Sakura & Hana Kimura vs. Aja Kong, Cassandra Miyagi & Hikaru Shida
Super enjoyable trios match once it gets past the awkward opening (it was cute, but still...). The action flowed well; fun spots and match-ups. Aasa's charisma really shines in these big venue Senjo matches. ***1/2

Reika Saiki vs. Mizuki (Tokyo Joshi Pro, 9/30/2017)

03 October 2017 - 02:14 PM

TOKYO Princess of Princess Championship: Reika Saiki © vs. Mizuki


This started off rough, but they found their rhythm quickly. I was impressed with the pacing; the comebacks were timed well, and the submission sequences were very compelling. There's a dramatic moment where Itoh Maki motivates Mizuki at ringside -- it's fucking amazing. Itoh has such a strong presence and it heightens the intensity of the match. Great main event! ****1/4