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#41 gordi

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Posted 09 October 2016 - 11:36 PM

Chainsaw Charlie (vs Hayabusa in a Mask vs Mask match) <--- my clear first choice

 

Hayabusa (vs Terry Funk in a Exploding Cage Death Match) <--- somehow, a distant second.

 

 

 

 

 



#42 Jesse Ewiak

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Posted 16 October 2016 - 10:23 PM

Awesome write up of the show and I can 'feel' the old school DVDVR review voice. You just need 'Dean Phil' calling The Gladiator the next Stan Hansen or something else crazy like that to finish things off. As for Battle Bowl, I like Hayabusa vs. Funk as the big match so you can give Gladiator an 'easier' 1st defense for now. 



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Posted 17 October 2016 - 01:30 PM

Writing up Lethal Lottery now and I did in fact use a randomized draw. This is legit folks!



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Posted 17 October 2016 - 01:31 PM

I'm so amped to read this!



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Posted 17 October 2016 - 01:48 PM

FMW Lethal Lottery

October 16, 1995

in Kumamoto, Kumamoto, Japan

Honda Civic Center

 

 

Lethal Lottery:

Hisakatsu Oya & Koji Nakagawa

vs.

W*ING Kanemaru & Super Leather

 

The brawling team here showed good chemistry and picked up the win when Leather pinned Oya. Leather demanded a title shot for him and Jason the Terrible after the match. Kanemaru was pissed and believes he deserves a title shot for getting a win over Oya.

 

 

Lethal Lottery:

Jason the Terrible & Ricky Fuji

vs.

Hayabusa & Katsutoshi Niiyama

 

Hayabusa carried Niiyama to the win here, picking up a pin on Fuji with the Fire Thunder Bomb.

 

 

Lethal Lottery:

Big Boss Man & Mitsuharu Matsunaga

vs.

Chainsaw Charlie & La Parka

 

In the bloodiest brawl of the show, these two teams parted into a Charlie-Boss Man and a Parka-Matsunaga brawl. All four bleed as they went all over the arena. Just as Boss Man hit the Slam, Jason the Terrible and Super Leather came out of nowhere and helped lay him out leading to Charlie pinning him.

 

 

Lethal Lottery:

Hanzo Nakajima & Masayoshi Motegi

vs.

Jinsei Shinzaki & Horace Boulder

 

The juniors versus the heavyweights here. Although Shinzaki kept up with the juniors in the flying department, this match went to the Goliaths when Shinzaki hit the Praying Power Bomb on Motegi.

 

 

Lethal Lottery:

Masato Tanaka & Maxx Payne

vs.

Sabu & Daisuke Ikeda

 

FMW talks about having all styles compete and this was truly an "All-Styles Match". Early on Payne and Ikeda tried to mat wrestle, but when Sabu and Tanaka got involved this became a crazy brawl. Ikeda did a great job of working over Tanaka's leg which lead to Sabu pinning Tanaka after a Triple Jump Moonsault.

 

 

Bring Your Own Weapon's Battle Bowl

Featuring:

Super Leather with a chainsaw

W*ING Kanemaru with a 2x4

Hayabusa with numchucks

Katsutoshi Niiyama with a kendo stick

Chainsaw Charlie with a chainsaw

La Parka with a chair

Jinsei Shinzaki with a bed of nails

Horace Boulder with a barbed-wire baseball bat

Sabu with a table

Daisuke Ikeda with his own fists

 

A wild out of control brawl that went all over the arena. Eliminations were by pinfall with falls counting anywhere. Chainsaw Charlie and Super Leather teamed up and took out Hayabusa early. The final four came down to Charlie, Leather, Sabu, and Jinsei Shinzaki. Sabu and Shinzaki teamed up and were able to tie Charlie up onto the barbed-wire board and then put Leather through the table. Charlie nailed Sabu in the arm with the chainsaw and pinned him, while Shinzaki came from behind and rolled up Charlie for the win.

 

Annoucements:

 

Jinsei Shinzaki earned a title shot against Masato Tanaka on October 28th at Korakuen Hall.

 

Also signed for October 28th is Chainsaw Charlie, Super Leather, and Jason the Terrible taking on Big Boss Man, Hayabusa, and a mystery partner in a Barbed-Wire Explosion Death Match.

 

The third announced match for October 28th is W*ING Kanemaru and a partner of his choice getting a tag title shot.

 

On October 26th Jason the Terrible and Super Leather get a tag title shot as well.



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Posted 17 October 2016 - 02:03 PM

I knew I wouldn't be disappointed!



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Posted 17 October 2016 - 05:48 PM

by the way, Terry Funk and La Parka tagging is the greatest thing ever!



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Posted 17 October 2016 - 06:09 PM

Yeah, parka and funk is an inspired pairing.

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Posted 17 October 2016 - 07:38 PM

Does Funk do the dance?

 

https://www.youtube....h?v=vnBexLcMkq4  <--suggested theme song for that team.



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Posted 18 October 2016 - 04:50 AM

Does Funk do the dance?

 

https://www.youtube....h?v=vnBexLcMkq4  <--suggested theme song for that team.

 

If he doesn't pretty sure the booker should be fired



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Posted 18 October 2016 - 12:03 PM

FMW Fall Spectacular, Night 1

October 17, 1995

in Minokama, Gifu, Japan

Minokama Central Gym

 

La Parka, Ricky Fuji, & Hisakatsu Oya

vs.

Mitsuharu Matsunaga, W*ING Kanemaru, & Horace Boulder

 

W*ING has started tested out team mates for his tag title shot on the 28th, but this night did not seem too successful. Matsunaga focused on La Parka and was not a great partner. Parka and Mr. Danger brawled all over and were a bloody mess, which left it as Boulder & Kanemaru versus the tag champions. Fuji played face in peril, but Oya came in on the hot tag and got the pin on Boulder.

 

 

Jinsei Shinzaki

vs.

Maxx Payne

 

Shinzaki gets the win in a warm up match for his title shot on the 28th.

 

 

Chigusa Nagayo, Shinobu Kandori, & Cutie Suzuki

vs.

Shark Tsuchiya, Crusher Maedomori, & Mayumi Ozaki

 
A really good women's tag to showcase Kandori's debut. She picked up the win on Crusher.
 
 

The Gladiator Mike Awesome w/ Mr. Awesome

vs.

Masyoshi Motegi

 

After losing the title at the finals of the Grand Slam tournament, The Gladiator has returned under the name Mike Awesome. He has lost the face paint and gained a new second, the masked Mr. Awesome. Awesome destroyed Motegi here.

 

 

Super Leather & Jason the Terrible

vs.

Ktsutoshi Niiyama & Hanzo Nakajima

 

The two foreign monsters destroyed the young guns of FMW.

 

 

Double Inoue

vs.

Combat Toyoda & Megumi Kudo

 

After the war Toyoda and Kudo had on the last show at Korakuen Hall for the title, they decided to put their differences aside for a renewed focus on tag team. However, Double Inoue have more experience as a team and were able to pick up the win when Kyoko Inoue pinned Kudo. She challenged Kudo to a title shot on the 28th, which Kudo accepted.

 

 

Masato Tanaka & Koji Nakagawa

vs.

Sabu & Daisuke Ikeda

 

Sabu shocks everybody by pinning the FMW World Brass Knuckles Champion for a second time in two nights.

 

 

Chainsaw Charlie w/ Super Leather & Jason the Terrible

vs.

Big Boss Man w/ Hayabusa

 

A big time brawl here, but the numbers game on Charlie's corner was enough to give him the win with a moonsault through a barbed wire board. Boss Man and Hayabusa really need to find a third partner for their match on October 28th.



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Posted 18 October 2016 - 12:48 PM

This is... intense.



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Posted 24 October 2016 - 01:45 PM

FMW Fall Spectacular, Night 2

October 24, 1995

in Akagi, Gunma, Japan

Citizen Gym

 

 

Super Leather & Jason the Terrible

with Terry Funk

vs.

Katsutoshi Niityama & Masayoshi Motegi

 

A simple squash to show how dominate the top tag challengers are.

 

 

No Holds Barred:

La Parka

vs.

Maxx Payne

 

La Parka wanted to show Matsunaga that he is just as dangerous as Mr. Danger. Parka blooded Payne up and they brawled all over. Parka draped his steel chair with barbed wire and nailed Payne in the head for the win. He challenged Matsunaga to a Death Match of Matsunaga's choice for the show on the 28th.

 

 

Double Inoue

vs.

Shark Tsuchiya & Crusher Maedomori

 

Kyoko Inoue pins Shark to win for her team and is ready for MegumI Kudo on October 28th.

 

 

Jinsei Shinzaki, Hisakatsu Oya, & Rick Fuji

vs.

W*ING Kanemaru, Daisuke Ikeda, & Koji Nakagawa

 

Kanemaru tried out two new partners and it was promising, but Shinzaki pinned Nakagawa for the win and to keep his momentum going into the 28th title shot against Tanaka. Kanemaru said he will give Ikeda and Nakagawa another chance.

 

 

Masato Tanaka & Sabu

vs.

Mike Awesome & Mr. Awesome

 

Double Awesome picks up the win after a miscommunication between Sabu & Tanaka. Afterwards they almost came to blows, but shook hands afterwards.

 

 

INTERMISSION!

 

 

Shinobu Kandori

vs.

Cutie Suzuki

 

Kandori destroys Cutie on way to victory.

 

 

Terry Funk

with Super Leather & Jason the Terrible

vs.

Horace Boulder

 

Boulder is outmatched by the three men. Hayabusa and Boss Man run out to get rid of Leather & Terrible, but that left Funk alone with Boulder. Funk made Boulder submit to the Spinning Toe Hold.

 

 

Megumi Kudo & Combat Toyada

vs.

Mayumi Ozaki & Chigusa Nagayo

 

A tough battle back and forth. The WWF and FMW Women's Champions squared off for the first time here and the battle was instense. Combat pinned Ozaki with the Thunder Fire Bomb.

Horace Boulder



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Posted 26 October 2016 - 07:57 AM

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My good friend and senpai Vicious Verne with your top challengers, c. 2001. A blast from the future!



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Posted 26 October 2016 - 03:41 PM

Amazing picture! Will this be the future tag team champions?



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Posted 26 October 2016 - 04:35 PM

FMW Fall Spectacular, Night 3

October 25, 1995

in Joetsu, Niigata, Japan

Region Plaza

 

 

Megumi Kudo, Chigusa Nagayo, & Cutie Suzuki

vs

Shark Tsuchiya, Kyoko Inoue, & Mayumi Ozaki

 

Inoue and Kudo battled, but neither could get the upper hand. The end saw Shark crush Cutie for the win.

 

 

Hisakatsu Oya

with

Ricky Fuji

vs

W*ING Kanemaru

 

W*ING proved why he thinks he will be the next tag team champion, but pinning Oya.

 

 

Mitsuharu Matsunaga

vs

Mitsuarhu Motegi

 

Matsunaga destroyed Motegi and busted him open. Afterwards La Parka came to the ring and knocked out Matsunaga with a chair. He then challenged him to a Death Match on October 28th.

 

 

Shinobu Kandori

vs

Crusher Maedomori

with Shark Tsuchiya

 

A quick destruction by Kandori. Afterwards Shark got in her face and referees had to pull them apart.

 

 

Daisuke Ikeda & Maxx Payne

vs

Horace Boulder & Katsuotoshi Niiyama

 

Ikeda made Niiyama tap and looked impressive. The others just brawled.

 

INTERMISSION

 

Hanzo Nakajima & Koji Nakagawa

vs

Mike Awesome & Mr. Awesome

 

The Double Awesomes threw around the smaller team, but they fought back hard. Mr. Awesome seemed extra focused on Nakagawa. Mike Awesome hit the Awesome Bomb on Nakajima for the win.

 

 

Winner gets a WWF Women's Title Shot on October 28th:

Combat Toyoda

vs

Takako Inoue

 

Combat's quest to end her career as champion left her very determined in this contest. However, it made her too aggressive and she got rolled up with an inside cradle for the loss. Both Double Inoue get title shots on October 28th.

 

 

Masato Tanaka, Sabu, & Jinsei Shinzaki

vs

Chainsaw Charlie, Super Leather, & Jason the Terrible

 
This was awesome. A bloody brawl that went everywhere. Hayabusa & Big Boss Man sat at ringside with front row seats. Chainsaw taunted them through the contest and in the end pinned Tanaka with the Boss Man Slam. A brawl almost broke out afterwards between Boss Man/Sabu the serial killing team, but security stopped them.

 

 

Upcoming Events:

 

10/26 FMW Fall Spectacular, Night 5 @ Citizen Gym in Nanao, Ishikawa, Japan
 
FMW World Brass Knuckles Tag Titles Match: Hisakatsu Oya & Ricky Fuji [c] vs Super Leather & Jason the Terrible
 
 
10/27 FMW Fall Spectacular, Night 6 @ City Gym in Oita, Oita, Japan
 
 
10/28 FMW Fall Spectacular, Night 7 @ Korakeun Hall in Tokyo, Japan
 
FMW World Brass Knuckles Title Match: Masato Tanaka [c] vs Jinsei Shinzaki
 
Barbed-Wire Explosion Death Match: Terry Funk, Super Leather, & Jason the Terrible vs Hayabusa, Big Boss Man, & ???
 
FMW Indepedent Women's & WWA Women's Title Match: Megumi Kudo [c] vs Kyoko Inoue
 
WWF Women's Title Match: Chigusa Nagayo [c] vs Takako Inoue
 
W*ING Kanemaru & ??? will get a FMW World Brass Knuckles Tag Team Titles shot
 
Shinobu Kandori vs Shark Tsuchiya


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Posted 02 November 2016 - 12:05 AM

Great stuff - looking forward to the tour ending show. I'm thinking the long term setup is toward some kind of Women's Triple Crown, La Parka possibly being the mystery partner, and of course, Mr. Awesome being unmasked as Steve DiSalvo, OK, maybe not the last one. 



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Posted 03 November 2016 - 12:26 PM

Masato Tanaka, Sabu, & Jinsei Shinzaki is a siiiiiiick team






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