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    AJPW

    To begin this thread, Day 1 of this year's Champion's Carnival:

    AJPW, 4/8/2011
    Tokyo Korakuen Hall
    1,600 Fans

    1. Champion Carnival - Block B: Seiya Sanada vs. Joe Doering
    2. Champion Carnival - Block A: Ryota Hama vs. Takao Omori
    3. Champion Carnival - Block B: Minoru Suzuki vs. KENSO
    4. Champion Carnival - Block A: KONO vs Yuji Nagata
    5. Champion Carnival - Block B: Taiyo Kea vs. Jun Akiyama
    6. Champion Carnival - Block A: Suwama vs. Masakatsu Funaki
    http://www.filesonic.com/file/819366...t-BB.part1.rar
    http://www.filesonic.com/file/819366...t-BB.part2.rar

    ENJOY!

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    *Crosses fingers for Funaki/SUWAMA to be good*

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    DAY 2

    All Japan Pro-Wrestling - "CHAMPION CARNIVAL 2011"

    AJPW, 04/09/2011
    Tokyo Korakuen Hall
    1,800 Fans


    Champion Carnival - Block B:
    Seiya Sanada vs KENSO
    Champion Carnival - Block A: Ryota Hama vs KONO
    Champion Carnival - Block A: Masakatsu Funaki Vs. Takao Omori
    Seiya Sanada & KAI vs Manabu Soya & Hiroshi Yamato
    Champion Carnival - Block B: Joe Doering vs Jun Akiyama
    Champion Carnival - Block B: Taiyo Kea vs Minoru Suzuki
    Champion Carnival - Block A: Suwama vs Yuji Nagata

    http://www.fileserve.com/file/kGcW5CN/AJPW
    http://www.fileserve.com/file/CyS5m7v/AJPW
    DAY 3

    AJPW, 4-10-2011
    Tokyo Korakuen Hall
    1,700 Fans

    0. Champion Carnival - Block B: Taiyo Kea vs KENSO
    1. Champion Carnival - Block A: Takao Omori Vs. KONO
    2. Champion Carnival - Block B: Joe Doering Vs. Minoru Suzuki
    3. Taiyo Kea & BUSHI Vs. Manabu Soya & Kaz Hayashi
    4. Champion Carnival - Block A: Suwama Vs. Ryota Hama
    5. Champion Carnival - Block B: Seiya Sanada Vs. Jun Akiyama
    6. Champion Carnival - Block A: Yuji Nagata Vs. Masakatsu Funak
    fileserve
    http://www.fileserve.com/file/mBZxTv...ival.part1.rar
    http://www.fileserve.com/file/MReJya...ival.part2.rar

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    http://www.filesonic.com/file/829802...ival.part2.rar
    http://www.filesonic.com/file/829802...ival.part1.rar


    DAY 4

    AJPW, 04/12/2011
    Tokyo Korakuen Hall
    1,600 Fans

    Champion Carnival - Block B: Joe Doering vs KENSO
    Champion Carnival - Block B: Taiyo Kea vs Seiya Sanada
    Champion Carnival - Block A: KONO vs Masakatsu Funaki
    Joe Doering & Minoru vs Shuji Kondo & Manabu Soya
    Champion Carnival - Block A: Yuji Nagata vs Ryota Hama
    Champion Carnival - Block A: Takao Omori vs Suwama
    Champion Carnival - Block B: Jun Akiyama vs Minoru Suzuki
    http://www.fileserve.com/file/3b8J7C...ival.part1.rar
    http://www.fileserve.com/file/JEZFPb...ival.part2.rar

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    And the final night:

    AJPW 2011 Champion Carnival Final Night, 4-13-2011

    AJPW, 4-13-2011
    Tokyo Korakuen Hall
    2,100 Fans - Super No Vacancy Full House


    0. Champion Carnival - Block B: Jun Akiyama vs. KENSO
    1. Jun Akiyama & Makoto Hashi Vs. Manabu Soya & Masanobu Fuchi
    2. Champion Carnival - Block A: Ryota Hama Vs. Masakatsu Funaki
    3. Champion Carnival - Block B: Joe Doering Vs. Taiyo Kea
    4. Champion Carnival - Block A: Yuji Nagata New Japan Vs. Takao Omori
    5. Champion Carnival - Block A: Suwama Vs. KONO
    6. Champion Carnival - Block B: Minoru Suzuki Vs. Seiya Sanada.
    7. Champion Carnival - Final: Winner of Block A Vs. Winner of Block B

    FILESERVE
    http://www.fileserve.com/file/gZccq35/AJPW...nival.part1.rar
    http://www.fileserve.com/file/4Kd9v7y/AJPW...nival.part2.rar

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    http://www.filesonic.com/file/839743514/AJ...nival.part1.rar
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    I am away from home right now, but I've downloaded night 2 and will upload Nagata/Suwama as well as anything else anyone wants.

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    Minoru and Kanemoto vs Kondo and Hayashi was really disappointing

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    Right, finished Day 1.

    Matches in order of preference:

    1. Jun Akiyama vs. Taiyo Kea - Match of the night. At 30 minutes long it is does have some weaker parts, but they built it well. Good exchanges, and both Kea & Akiyama look on form and up for it. They kept my attention for pretty much the entire half hour which is saying something. Nice story with Akiyama almost getting the win right at the end but Kea holds on by the skin of his teeth. Kea looks strong and we can all see that with a couple more minutes Akiyama would have won. Very good.
    2. Suwama vs. Masakatsu Funaki - This was decent. Funaki uses his supreme fighting skills to attempt to take out Suwama's arms with holds and stiff kicks. Suwama fails to land a suplex at one point as a result. Overall, nothing great but a nice change of pace as Funaki offers something different.
    3. Minoru Suzuki vs. KENSO - Quite liked this towards the end. Mainly because MiSu offers more character than most and is just very fun to watch. A bit plodding and KENSO really is an annoying shit (forgetting to kick out, missing spots etc.) but it ended up being rather intriguing as MiSu struggled to put him away so easily. Eventually he does. Raises three fingers in the air as he celebrates to show that he plans on winning the Carnival for the third straight year. Puts him over as a real favourite.
    3. Yuji Nagata vs. KONO - Nagata tried hard and KONO held up his end reasonably well. KONO brought a measure of dirty tactics and cocky attitude, but he could have shown more. Fine first match for Nagata.
    5. Takao Omori vs. Ryoto Hama - Not too bad. Hama is pretty enjoyable as always. Loved the commentators laughing Mutoh was on commentary but not sure if he was one of the guys laughing when Hama would just sit on Omori and what not.
    6. Joe Doering vs. Seiya Sanada - Very uneventful. Not offensive or anything but Doering was super bland and Sanada doesn't really have much to work with.

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    Have you seen Nagata/Suwama yet? Alan loved it, and while I don't always agree with him, I do love me some Nagata but on first watch it didn't seem to be that memorable.

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    Nope, going to watch Day 2 now actually. I've seen mixed reviews of the Nagata/Suwama match. Kea/Suzuki from this show sounds rather good too.

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    Look at you watching shit in order and everything! Gonna watch Akiyama/Sanada tonight I think. Heard that's pretty good as well.

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    DAY 2!

    Ranking the Carnival matches best to worst:
    1. Suwama vs. Nagata - I thought this was great. Maybe not as much as ALAN4L!!!!!! things but he thinks every match is amazing. I can see why chot thinks it wasn't so memorable, maybe out standards for high profile heavyweight matches in Japan have just really dropped in recent years, but I honestly really enjoyed it. It was cohesive, told a simple story as Nagata targeting the arm made so much sense when you take into account the Nagata Lock and the fact that Funaki had done a job on the arm the night before. Cool finish as well. Felt as though it was the biggest match so far with the winner looking like the favourite to take Block A. Best match of the Carnival thus far.
    2. Kea vs. Suzuki - Long term allies collide. Pretty damn good. Probably third after Kea/Akiyama and the match above. Suzuki repeatedly attacks the leg. Kea doesn't sell it much towards the end but heh, whatever. I guess Kea winning makes sense too.
    3. Omori vs. Funaki - Surprisingly decent. Both guys looked up for it and Funaki adds a great sense of realism to his matches. Wet the appetite for the two bigger matches which came after it too.
    4. Ryota Hama vs. KONO - Hey, this wasn't too bad either. Serious Hama WITH STRIKES is kind of nifty. I want to see him develop into this massive bad ass who just clobbers the shit out of people. Would enjoy some jabs too. Anyway this was alright in the end.
    5. Doering vs. Akiyama - Couldn't get into this at all until the end, which was admittedly really fun. After like 10 minutes of BORING Doering dominating half-heartedly, Akiyama woke up and gave us a hot couple of minutes. Okay.

    Overall, a better show than the opening night. Something to enjoy in all the matches, we didn't have to endure KENSO and the main event was a belter.

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    All Japan Pro-Wrestling - "TOHOKU REGION PACIFIC OCEAN COAST EARTHQUAKE REVIVAL CHARITY TOUR"

    AJPW, 10.05.2011
    Aomori Citizen Gymnasium


    1. BUSHI vs. Yasufumi Nakanoue
    2. Kaz Hayashi & KAI vs. Minoru & MAZADA
    3. KENSO vs. Hiroshi Yamato
    4. Minoru Suzuki vs. René Duprée
    5. Masakatsu Funaki & Akebono vs. TARU & KONO
    6. Suwama, Ryota Hama & Shuji Kondo vs. Takao Omori, Seiya Sanada & Manabu Soya
    7. Battle Royal:


    AJPW, 11.05.2011 (Samurai! TV)
    Hirosaki Kasai Sports Center

    1. KENSO vs. Yasufumi Nakanoue
    2. KAI & BUSHI vs. Minoru & MAZADA
    3. Takao Omori vs. Ryota Hama
    4. Akebono vs. René Duprée
    5. Minoru Suzuki & Masakatsu Funaki vs. TARU & KONO
    6. Suwama, Kaz Hayashi & Shuji Kondo vs. Seiya Sanada, Manabu Soya & Hiroshi Yamato
    7. Battle Royal:


    AJPW, 12.05.2011
    Aomori Industrial Hall


    1. KAI vs. Yasufumi Nakanoue
    2. Kaz Hayashi & Shuji Kondo vs. Minoru & MAZADA
    3. KENSO vs. BUSHI
    4. Minoru Suzuki vs. Hiroshi Yamato
    5. Masakatsu Funaki & Akebono vs. Takao Omori & Ryota Hama
    6. Suwama, Seiya Sanada & Manabu Soya vs. TARU, KONO & René Duprée
    7. Battle Royal:


    AJPW, 13.05.2011
    Akita Selion Plaza


    1. Kaz Hayashi & KAI vs. Shuji Kondo & BUSHI
    2. Takao Omori vs. René Duprée
    3. Masakatsu Funaki vs. Hiroshi Yamato
    4. Minoru Suzuki & Akebono vs. TARU & KONO
    5. Suwama & Ryota Hama vs. Seiya Sanada & Manabu Soya
    6. Battle Royal:


    All Japan Pro-Wrestling - "RISE UP TOUR 2011"

    AJPW, 15.05.2011 (GAORA TV)
    Tokyo Korakuen Hall

    1. Suwama & Masakatsu Funaki vs. Yuji Nagata & Manabu Nakanishi
    High hopes for the Suwama/Nagata tag.

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    DDT's thoughts:

    1. Champion Carnival - Block B: Seiya Sanada vs. Joe Doering

    -Doering's sucks, and Sanada's not yet good enough to carry people who out right suck. This match was bleh.

    2. Champion Carnival - Block A: Ryota Hama vs. Takao Omori
    -Surprisingly enjoyable, given that it is Omori. I place all credit on Hama being enjoyable. It's so obvious that he's trying his heart out I can't hate his matches, no matter how technically atrocious they may or may not be.

    3. Champion Carnival - Block B: Minoru Suzuki vs. KENSO
    -I've warmed up to Suzuki over the last two years, but even if I hadn't he doesn't deserve this; no one does. Fuck KENSO and Mutoh for hiring him. My God.

    4. Champion Carnival - Block A: KONO vs Yuji Nagata
    -I love New Japan crowds, especially when they go to other promotion's shows. I also love Nagata, because he's bad ass as all hell. And I'm starting to love KONO, as his new heel character just brought a life to him that wasn't there before. That, and his knees are pretty swank. Probably my favorite match of the night.


    5. Champion Carnival - Block B: Taiyo Kea vs. Jun Akiyama
    -You know what I can't stand about Taiyo Kea? Is that he has everything needed to be great; athleticism, legit $KilLZ, charisma, and stands out. But he is so content to go through the motions of "standard epic match formula" that it just kills whatever he could potentially do. And Akiyama tries, he really does, but what we get is a good match that's really good at the end, but there's a somewhat disjointed feeling to it that you sense prevents the match from being great.

    6. Champion Carnival - Block A: Suwama vs. Masakatsu Funaki
    -This...wasn't as good as their title match earlier this year. I'll have to give it a second watch, but I largely remember being disappointed.




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    At first there were reports that Super Hate had suffered a stroke. Now the story is TARU and at least 2 others beat him into a coma

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    Minoru, KONO and MAZADA have been suspended. Minoru stripped of the Jr Title, KONO stripped of the Tag Titles. Voodoo Murders disbanded.

    TARU had previously been suspended as announced at a damage control All Japan Press Conference. They are desperate to keep the cops out of this.

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    Holy shit, man. This is insane. This is going to bury All Japan.

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    Fucking hell. Don't even...

    Ugh.

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    ...just when they looked ready to turn things around and try and become an actual contender again.

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    New card for Sumo Hall based on events


    AJPW "PRO-WRESTLING LOVE IN RYOGOKU VOL. 12", 19.06.2011 (PPV)
    Tokyo Ryogoku Kokugikan

    1. All Asia Tag Team Title: Daisuke Sekimoto Big Japan & Yuji Okabayashi Big Japan (c) vs. Seiya Sanada & Manabu Soya
    2. AJPW World Jr. Heavyweight Title, Decision Match: KAI vs. X
    3. Masakatsu Funaki vs. Kyotaro
    4. AJPW World Tag Team Title, Decision Match: Great Muta & KENSO vs. X
    5. Triple Crown: Suwama (c) vs. Yuji Nagata New Japan

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    So basically every notable person on their roster but SUWAMA is going down for this.

    You figure now its a race to selling up between AJPW and NOAH now?

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    This company is the cult of Muto and will be around until he's gone and then be gone too.

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    Still NOAH; AJPW at least has SUWAMA, and Suzuki, Funaki, with Saya, KAI and Soya waiting in the wings. NOAH has jackshit.

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    Suzuki is back in New Japan now so who knows what commitments he has to All Japan. And Funaki is like 50 years old.

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    So was Tenryu back when he was still awesome...oh wait...

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    Yeah, Funaki is very much the fucking man.

    Plus, more opportunities for the New Generation of Puroresu Love!

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    Keiji Mutoh has resigned as President of All Japan taking all blame for the situation

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    WHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAT?!

    Okay NOW All Japan is dead.

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    They're not dead. This will slow down their growth for sure, but as mentioned they still have Suwama, Sanada, Funaki and all the rest. And shit, Mutoh is still going to be wrestling -- maybe even more than he would have otherwise.

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    Without Mutoh being the guy in charge, and a bunch of their most pushed wrestlers now involved in this mess, this promotion is the fucking Hindenburg after the fire caught. Matter of time.

    SUWAMA is fun. He isn't rescuing this.

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    Mutoh is still on the Board of Directors (or whatever it is called) and IIRC still has an ownership stake. This is just his penance.

    The upcoming Sumo Hall show will have crap attendance as well as the upcoming tours, but I don't think the company will fold up because of this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chotliwala View Post
    Mutoh is still on the Board of Directors (or whatever it is called) and IIRC still has an ownership stake. This is just his penance.

    The upcoming Sumo Hall show will have crap attendance as well as the upcoming tours, but I don't think the company will fold up because of this.
    You don't think they'll hit their normal half house in Sumo Hall with that card?

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    I think they would have before for sure. Now, maybe not. Depends on how the card shapes up. Wouldn't be surprised if they got 2,000 or 6,000.

    They were able to get Tajiri for a show so maybe the actions they've taken have assuaged the wrestling fans over there.

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    AJPW "CROSS OVER 2011", 12.06.2011 (Samurai! TV)
    Tokyo Korakuen Hall

    1. Masanobu Fuchi defeated Yasufumi Nakanoue (6:30) with a Cradle.
    2. Joe Doering defeated René Duprée (8:50) with the Revolution Bomb.
    3. World Jr. Heavyweight Title Advancement Decision Match, 3 Way Ladder Match: Shuji Kondo defeated BUSHI & Hiroshi Yamato (7:39) via Item Retrieval.
    4. World Tag Team Title Advancement Decision Match: Akebono & Ryota Hama defeated Taiyo Kea & Takao Omori (14:21) when Akebono used a Body Press on Kea.
    5. Minoru Suzuki, Masakatsu Funaki & KAI defeated Great Muta, KENSO & TAJIRI (16:30) when Funaki used a Backdrop Suplex on KENSO.
    6. Yuji Nagata , Daisuke Sekimoto & Yuji Okabayashi defeated Suwama, Seiya Sanada & Manabu Soya (26:46) when Nagata used a Backdrop Hold on Soya.

    - The All Japan Roster came in the ring before Match #1 started, led by New President & CEO Masayuki Uchida. Uchida apologized for the recent turn of events that struck the company and promised that he will do his best in handling the company. He said that on behalf of the company, they are wishing Nobukazu Hirai a full recovery and Hirai would be in their prayers. The Entire roster then bowed as a symbol of respect and left the ring.
    - The ladder match was changed into a 3 Way due to Kaz Hayashi's injury. Though Hayashi is present in the show and was among who came out before Match #1.
    - Great Muta & TAJIRI turned on KENSO during Match #6. First, Great Muta spit green mist on KENSO. Then TAJIRI did the same with his red mist and finally both men spit their mists on KENSO simultaneously. KENSO cut a promo after match calling both of them out and then he took a TV Camera from a cameraman.

    Credit: Strong Style Symphony forums

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    AJPW "PRO-WRESTLING LOVE IN RYOGOKU VOL. 12", 19.06.2011 (PPV)
    Tokyo Ryogoku Kokugikan
    8,000 Fans


    1. Kazushi Miyamoto & BUSHI besiegen Hiroshi Yamato & Yasufumi Nakanoue (5:18) nach einem Phoenix Splash von BUSHI gegen Nakanoue.
    2. Minoru Suzuki besiegt Masanobu Fuchi (5:35) mit einem Gotch-Style Piledriver.
    3. Taiyo Kea & Takao Omori besiegen Joe Doering & René Duprée (7:48) nach einem Axe Bomber von Omori gegen Duprée.
    4. AJPW World Jr. Heavyweight Title, Decision Match: KAI besiegt Shuji Kondo (25:41) mit dem Splash Plancha - Titelwechsel.
    5. All Asia Tag Team Title: Seiya Sanada & Manabu Soya besiegen Daisuke Sekimoto & Yuji Okabayashi (c) (21:22) nach einer Moonsault Press von Sanada gegen Okabayashi - Titelwechsel.
    6. K-1 Heavyweight Champion Pro-Wrestling Debut Match: Masakatsu Funaki besiegt Kyotaro (9:57) mit einem Doujime Chickenwing Hold.
    7. AJPW World Tag Team Title, Decision Match: Great Muta & KENSO besiegen Akebono & Ryota Hama (8:54) nach dem Shining Wizard von Muta gegen Hama - Titelwechsel.
    8. Triple Crown: Suwama (c) besiegt Yuji Nagata (30:13) mit einem Backdrop Hold (4th defense).
    - Kazushi Miyamoto replaced Kaz Hayashi for Match #1.
    - Both Akebono & Hama were wearing goggles in Match #7 to combat Great Muta's mist. But KENSO managed to rip Hama's goggles which lead to Muta finally hitting the Green Mist on Hama and the eventual finish.
    - Sanada challenged Suwama backstage for a shot at the Triple Crown.
    - Muta Red misted KENSO after their Match.

    Reports are that the crowd was closer to 3,000. Such unfortunate luck for AJPW lately. Hope the BJ guys stay around for a while.

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    Kyohei Wada has resigned.

    AJPW, 7/18/11
    Tokyo Korakuen Hall


    1. Ryota Hama & Yasufumi Nakanoue vs. Yuji Okabayashi & Ryuichi Kawakami
    2. Manabu Soya vs. Daisuke Sekimoto
    3. Suwama & Masakatsu Funaki vs. Taiyo Kea & Seiya Sanada

    AJPW, 7/31/11
    Aichi Prefectural Gymnasium


    1. Triple Crown: Suwama © vs. Seiya Sanada

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    AJPW B-Banquet 297

    matches from 9/11/11
    Tokyo Korakuen Hall
    1,700 Fans

    1. Jun Akiyama & Atsushi Aoki vs Suwama & Hiroshi Yamato
    2. Takumi Soya & Che-Gyong Lee vs Yasufumi Nakanoue & Soshun
    3. Masanobu Fuchi, Jimmy Yang & BUSHI vs Hikaru Sato, MAZADA & BLACK BUSHI
    4. Masakatsu Funaki, Akebono & Ryota Hama vs KENSO, Dark Ozz & Dark Cuervo
    5. Wild vs. Wild Skirmish: Seiya Sanada & Manabu Soya vs Taiyo Kea & Takao Omori
    6. Jr. Heavyweight League - Block A: Kaz Hayashi vs Minoru
    7. Jr. Heavyweight League - Block B: Koji Kanemoto vs Shuji Kondo
    8. Jr. Heavyweight League - Block A: Kenny Omega vs KAI

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    Might as well start posting results and such since I have started following things again over the last month or so.

    AJPW "FLASHING TOUR 2011", 23.09.2011
    Eterna Takasaki
    950 Fans - Super No Vacancy

    1. Takumi Soya besiegt Yasufumi Nakanoue (6:53) mit einem Boston Crab.
    2. Jr. Heavyweight League - Block B: Jimmy Yang [4] besiegt MAZADA [0] (7:27) mit dem Yang Time.
    3. Masakatsu Funaki & Hiroshi Yamato besiegen KENSO & Soshun (14:46) nach einem Left High Kick von Funaki gegen Soshun.
    4. Jr. Heavyweight League - Block B: Koji Kanemoto [6] besiegt Hikaru Sato [4] (10:32) nach einem Face Kick.
    5. Akebono, Ryota Hama & BUSHI besiegen Taiyo Kea, Takao Omori & BLACK BUSHI (12:10) nach einer Running Body Press von Hama gegen BLACK BUSHI.
    6. Jr. Heavyweight League - Block A: KAI [5] vs. Minoru [5] - Time Limit Draw (30:00).
    7. Seiya Sanada, Manabu Soya & Kenny Omega besiegen Suwama, Kaz Hayashi & Shuji Kondo (21:26) mit einem Japanese Leg Roll Clutch Hold von Sanada gegen Hayashi.


    - Jr. Heavyweight League Standings

    Block A:
    1. KAI [5]
    -. Minoru [5]
    3. Kaz Hayashi [4]
    -. Kenny Omega [4]
    5. BLACK BUSHI [2]
    6. BUSHI [0]

    Block B:
    1. Koji Kanemoto [6]
    2. Shuji Kondo [4]
    -. Hikaru Sato [4]
    -. Jimmy Yang [4]
    5. Hiroshi Yamato [2]
    6. MAZADA [0]
    Only 3 more nights left in this tournament. Guessing Kanemoto faces KAI in the finals.

    AJPW, 23.09.2011
    Eterna Takasaki

    1. Jr. Heavyweight League - Block B: Hikaru Sato vs. Koji Kanemoto
    2. Jr. Heavyweight League - Block B: Jimmy Yang vs. MAZADA
    3. Jr. Heavyweight League - Block A: KAI vs. Minoru


    AJPW, 24.09.2011
    Sanjo City Public Welfare Hall

    1. Jr. Heavyweight League - Block B: Hiroshi Yamato vs. Jimmy Yang
    2. Jr. Heavyweight League - Block B: Shuji Kondo vs. MAZADA
    3. Jr. Heavyweight League - Block A: Kenny Omega vs. BLACK BUSHI
    4. Jr. Heavyweight League - Block A: Minoru vs. BUSHI


    AJPW, 25.09.2011 (GAORA TV)
    Ishikawa Industrial Exhibition Hall #3

    1. Jr. Heavyweight League - Block B: Shuji Kondo vs. Hikaru Sato
    2. Jr. Heavyweight League - Block B: Hiroshi Yamato vs. Koji Kanemoto
    3. Jr. Heavyweight League - Block A: KAI vs. BLACK BUSHI
    4. Jr. Heavyweight League - Block A: Kaz Hayashi vs. BUSHI
    5. Jr. Heavyweight League - Final: Block A #1 vs. Block B #1
    I quite like All Japan's more prominent Juniors, so some of these matches may prove to be worth while.

    Also, this is the line-up for the next big show. A great tag team rivalry continues and Akiyama challenges Suwama for the big one.

    AJPW "PRO-WRESTLING LOVE IN RYOGOKU VOL. 13", 23.10.2011
    Tokyo Ryogoku Kokugikan

    1. All Asia Tag Team Title: Seiya Sanada & Manabu Soya (c) vs. Daisuke Sekimoto & Yuji Okabayashi
    2. AJPW World Tag Team Title: Great Muta & KENSO (c) vs. Dark Ozz & Dark Cuervo
    3. Triple Crown: Suwama (c) vs. Jun Akiyama
    KENSO held an unofficial press conference announcing the creation of a new stable. Ozz & Cuervo were the only people who wanted to join, but they promptly turned on him Now, KENSO's only friend is Muta.

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    Muta sprays mist in his face in every match

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    Anyway:

    AJPW "FLASHING TOUR 2011", 25.09.2011 (GAORA TV)
    Ishikawa Industrial Exhibition Hall #3
    1,226 Fans - No Vacancy

    1. Jr. Heavyweight League - Block B: Shuji Kondo [6] besiegt Hikaru Sato [4] (9:30) mit der King Kong Lariat.
    2. Jr. Heavyweight League - Block A: BUSHI [4] besiegt Kaz Hayashi [4] (11:51) mit einem Crucifix Hold.
    3. Jr. Heavyweight League - Block B: Koji Kanemoto [8] besiegt Hiroshi Yamato [4] (9:31) mit einem Cross Heel Hold.
    4. Jr. Heavyweight League - Block A: KAI [7] besiegt BLACK BUSHI [4] (7:05) mit dem Splash Plancha.
    5. Jimmy Yang & Kenny Omega besiegen Minoru & MAZADA (9:46) nach dem Croyth's Wrath von Omega gegen MAZADA.
    6. Akebono, Ryota Hama & Yasufumi Nakanoue besiegen KENSO, Takumi Soya & Soshun (17:29) nach einer Body Press von Akebono gegen Soshun.
    7. Suwama, Masakatsu Funaki & Takao Omori besiegen Taiyo Kea, Seiya Sanada & Manabu Soya (19:01) nach einem Axe Bomber von Omori gegen Soya.
    8. Jr. Heavyweight League - Final: KAI besiegt Koji Kanemoto (22:16) mit dem Splash Plancha.


    - Jr. Heavyweight League Final Group Standings

    Block A:
    1. KAI [7]
    2. Kenny Omega [6]
    3. Minoru [5]
    4. BLACK BUSHI [4]
    5. BUSHI [4]
    6. Kaz Hayashi [4]

    Block B:
    1. Koji Kanemoto [8]
    2. Shuji Kondo [6]
    3. Jimmy Yang [6]
    4. Hiroshi Yamato [4]
    5. Hikaru Sato [4]
    6. MAZADA [2]

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    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=APWxkVvXT-A&feature=player_embedded"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=APWxkVvXT-A&feature=player_embedded[/ame]

    Can't wait for the whole thing.

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    Funaki, Kono & Minoru have a name now.



    STACK OF ARMS.

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    That is deliciously cheesy. Not as bad-ass as Team DESTRUCTION, but very fitting with those armbar-happy lunatics.

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    Every time I read that it tickles me more. STACK of arms, fuckers. I picture them carefully laying their arms on top of each other and giving a mega lariat or just ripping dude's arms off and stacking them carefully to play Jenga with.

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    Apparently "ARMS" was the name of Funaki's stable/club/training team with Katsuyori Shibata when he was involved in MMA. So there is SOME history to it!

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    Let's be honest guys, it is much better than "Anti No Mercy Unit".

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    Hey, no one's criticising. ANMU, while straight and to the point, was a terrible name, though.

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    Taiyo Kea is head trainer now

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    Death knell of All Japan right there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Defrost View Post
    Taiyo Kea is head trainer now
    ...... First I forgot my homework, then they pulled megaupload, now this.

    Easily the worst day of 2012.

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    AJPW, 03.02.2012 (GAORA TV)
    Tokyo Korakuen Hall

    1. Masanobu Fuchi & Hikaru Sato beat Hiroshi Yamato & Yasufumi Nakanoue in 7:48 when Sato used a Jujigatame on Nakanoue.
    2. Osamu Nishimura & Manabu Soya beat KENSO & Yutaka Yoshie in 4:08 after Nishimura used a back-slide on Yoshie.
    3. Taiyo Kea, Seiya Sanada & KAI beat Suwama, Shuji Kondo & Takumi Soya in 10:50 when Sanada pinned Soya.
    4. Yuji Nagata & Wataru Inoue beat Masayuki Kono & Minoru Tanaka in 11:04 after Nagata used a backdrop hold on Tanaka.
    5. All Asia Tag Team Title Skirmish: Keiji Muto, Akebono & Ryota Hama beat Daisuke Sekimoto , Yoshihito Sasaki & Yuji Okabayashi in 16:28 after Muto used the Shining Wizard on Sasaki.
    6. AJPW World Jr. Heavyweight Title: Kenny Omega (c) beat Kaz Hayashi in 21:55 with the One-Winged Angel.
    7. Triple Crown: Jun Akiyama (c) beat Takao Omori in 23:21 with the Sterness Dust.

    AJPW "40TH ANNIVERSARY YEAR PRO-WRESTLING LOVE IN RYOGOKU VOL. 14", 20.03.2012 (GAORA TV)
    Tokyo Ryogoku Kokugikan

    1. Triple Crown: Jun Akiyama (c) vs. Keiji Muto

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    AJPW "40TH ANNIVERSARY YEAR EXCITE SERIES 2012", 11.02.2012 (GAORA TV)
    Matsushita IMP Hall
    1,050 Fans - Super No Vacancy

    1. Minoru Tanaka besiegt Yasufumi Nakanoue (7:10) mit dem Minoru Special.
    2. Baka x Hentai Wrestler Again: Hiroshi Yamato vs. Hikaru Sato - Time Limit Draw (15:00).
    3. KENSO, Yutaka Yoshie, Kaz Hayashi besiegen Takao Omori, Manabu Soya & Masanobu Fuchi (22:50) nach einem Double Kneedrop von KENSO gegen Fuchi.
    4. Suwama, Shuji Kondo & Takumi Soya besiegen Taiyo Kea, Seiya Sanada & KAI (21:30) nach einem Last Ride von Suwama gegen Sanada.
    5. Masayuki Kono vs. Yuji Nagata - Double Countout (8:16).
    5a. Masayuki Kono vs. Yuji Nagata - Double Countout (3:50).
    5b. Masayuki Kono vs. Yuji Nagata - No Contest (1:15).
    6. All Asia Tag Team Title: Daisuke Sekimoto & Yuji Okabayashi (c) besiegen Akebono & Ryota Hama (11:18) nach einem German Suplex Hold von Sekimoto gegen Akebono (3rd defense).

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    Akiyama/Omori was real good by the way. The Korakuen crowd was behind Omori every step of the way. Definitely worth a watch. Personal MOTY so far probably.

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    The Nagata/Kono tag from that show is my personal MOTY right now

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    Interesting, I'll give it a watch. That and Suwama/Sekimoto which I still need to see.

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    You weren't lying. Great fun.

    I would say more but this review from Seabs on WF sums up my thoughts:

    Holy cow. Not sure how anyone could want more from an 11 minute match than this gave. Stems from Nagata destroying Funaki's face at Wrestle Kingdom and now his two boys are out for revenge on Nagata on his behalf. So heated throughout and I loved both Kono and Minoru going for Nagata from the get go and just ignoring Inoue because he's irrelevant. Crowd gets really into it and they manage to get a great heel/face dynamic going and the crowd really get behind Kono and Minoru and eventually give some heat to Nagata too. Kono does the running knee in the corner on Nagata and it's a beautiful spot after WK and then at the end Nagata does it himself on Minoru and his reaction to hitting it is the best thing ever and the crowd give him all the shit he warrants for it. Breaks down again post match when Kono attacks Nagata doing his wonderful dance of justice. Ridiculous heat and hot crowd and only 11 minutes. More or the less the perfect match for what I want from wrestling in 2012. Can't wait for Nagata/Kono now which took place today and seems every bit as wild looking at the result.

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    Watching some Kenny Omega matches and he is amazing as a heel in this company

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    AJPW "40TH ANNIVERSARY YEAR HOLD OUT TOUR 2012", 04.03.2012 (GAORA TV)
    Tokyo Korakuen Hall
    1,750 Fans

    1. Akebono & Ryota Hama besiegen Masanobu Fuchi & Masao Inoue (10:30) nach einer Running Body Press von Hama gegen Inoue.
    2. KAI besiegt Michael Nakazawa (1:21) mit dem Splash Plancha.
    3. Grudge Adjustment: Yutaka Yoshie besiegt Osamu Nishimura (5:32) mit einem Flying Bodyscissors Drop.
    4. Keiji Muto, Shuji Kondo & Hiroshi Yamato besiegen Taiyo Kea, Minoru Tanaka & Yasufumi Nakanoue (5:47) nach dem Shining Wizard von Muto gegen Nakanoue.
    5. All Asia Tag Team Title Skirmish: Yuji Okabayashi besiegt Takumi Soya (9:11) mit einer Lariat.
    6. AJPW World Tag Team Title Contendership, TLC Match: Takao Omori & Manabu Soya besiegen KENSO & Kaz Hayashi (10:31) als Soya das Zertifikat abhängte.
    7. Stack of Arms vs. Aogi-gun: Yuji Nagata besiegt Masayuki Kono (12:53) mit dem Nagata Lock IV.
    8. 2/3 Falls Match: Suwama besiegt Seiya Sanada (27:35).
    Suwama besiegte Sanada mit einem Backdrop Hold (15:15). Suwama besiegte Sanada mit einem Last Ride (12:23).

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    AJPW "40TH ANNIVERSARY YEAR GROWIN' UP 2012" , 14.04.2012 (Samurai! TV)
    Tokyo Differ Ariake
    1,000 Fans - No Vacancy

    1. Jr. Tag League: KAI & Gillette [4] besiegen Kenny Omega & Michael Nakazawa [4] (11:50) nach dem Splash Plancha von KAI gegen Nakazawa.
    2. Jr. Tag League: BUSHI & SUSHI [6] besiegen Hiroshi Yamato & Hikaru Sato [5] (13:22) nach dem Tekkamaki von SUSHI gegen Yamato.
    3. Jr. Tag League: Kaz Hayashi & Shuji Kondo [6] besiegen Koji Kanemoto & Minoru Tanaka [5] (13:22) nach der King Kong Lariat von Kondo gegen Kanemoto.
    4. KENSO besiegen Masao Inoue (14:24).
    5. Champion Carnival Participation Match : Takumi Soya besiegt Yasufumi Nakanoue (9:34) mit einem Stretch Plum.
    6. Champion Carnival Skirmish Special Eight Man Tag Match: Suwama, Akebono, Manabu Soya & Masayuki Kono besiegen Takao Omori, Yutaka Yoshie, Seiya Sanada & Ryota Hama (22:33) nach einem Wild Bomber von Soya gegen Omori.
    7. Jr. Tag League - Final: Kaz Hayashi & Shuji Kondo besiegen BUSHI & SUSHI (16:10) nach der King Kong Lariat von Kondo gegen SUSHI.


    - Jr. Tag League Group Stage Final Standings:

    1. BUSHI & SUSHI [6]
    2. Kaz Hayashi & Shuji Kondo [6]
    3. Koji Kanemoto & Minoru Tanaka [5]
    -. Hiroshi Yamato & Hikaru Sato [5]
    5. KAI & Gillette [4]
    6. Kenny Omega & Michael Nakazawa [4]

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    Day 9 of the Carnival...

    AJPW "40TH ANNIVERSARY YEAR CHAMPION CARNIVAL 2012", 04.05.2012
    Nagoya International Conference Hall
    1,400 Fans

    1. Taiyo Kea & Akebono besiegen Takao Omori & Masanobu Fuchi (12:51) als Akebono Fuchi pinnte.
    2. Seiya Sanada, KAI & Hiroshi Yamato besiegen Kaz Hayashi, Shuji Kondo & Minoru Tanaka (11:55) nach dem This Is It von Sanada gegen Kondo.
    3. Champion Carnival - Block B: Yuji Okabayashi [5] besiegt Manabu Soya [6] (14:44)
    4. Champion Carnival - Block A: Masayuki Kono [6] besiegt Yuji Nagata [8] (13:40) mit einem Giant Kneedrop.
    5. Champion Carnival - Block A: KENSO [4] besiegt Ryota Hama [2] (11:11) mit dem Hagakure.
    6. Champion Carnival - Block A: Suwama [4] besiegt Daisuke Sekimoto [6] (21:03) mit einem Last Ride.

    - Champion Carnival Standings:

    Block A:
    1. Yuji Nagata [8]
    2. Daisuke Sekimoto [6]
    3. Masayuki Kono [6]
    4. Takao Omori [4]
    -. Suwama [4]
    -. KENSO [4]
    7. Ryota Hama [2]

    Block A:
    1. Akebono [8]
    2. Taiyo Kea [7]
    3. Manabu Soya [6]
    4. Yuji Okabayashi [5]
    5. Seiya Sanada [4]
    6. Takumi Soya [2] *
    7. Yutaka Yoshie [2] *

    * Verletzt ausgeschieden
    Yoshie and Soya both getting injured is rather inconvenient as it potentially fucks up the booking. Only two days left before the final day now:

    AJPW, 05.05.2012
    Matsushita IMP Hall

    1. Champion Carnival - Block B: Akebono vs. Takumi Soya
    2. Champion Carnival - Block B: Manabu Soya vs. Yutaka Yoshie
    3. Champion Carnival - Block A: Masayuki Kono vs. Ryota Hama
    4. Champion Carnival - Block A: Suwama vs. Yuji Nagata


    AJPW, 06.05.2012
    Takaoka Ecoeur

    1. Champion Carnival - Block B: Seiya Sanada vs. Yutaka Yoshie
    2. Champion Carnival - Block B: Taiyo Kea vs. Manabu Soya
    3. Champion Carnival - Block A: Takao Omori vs. Masayuki Kono
    4. Champion Carnival - Block A: Suwama vs. Ryota Hama


    AJPW, 07.05.2012 (GAORA TV)
    Tokyo Korakuen Hall

    1. Champion Carnival - Semi Final:
    2. Champion Carnival - Semi Final:
    3. Champion Carnival - Final:
    Guessing Suwama wins his last two to complete his comeback and go through. Assuming Kono doesn't pick up another win and Nagata gets through as well.

    Akebono beats T. Soya by default so he'll get through. And Kea and Manabu's match will presumably be winner goes through. Hopefully the latter.

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    So the semis are Suwama vs. Akebono and Nagata vs. Kea.

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    Kea over Suwama to win it

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    My brain says there's a tiny chance that you could be right. That said, it's fucking Taiyo Kea.

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    There isn't enough dick torture in the world to make me watch that match.

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    AJPW "40TH ANNIVERSARY YEAR CHAMPION CARNIVAL2012", 07.05.2012 (GAORA TV)
    Tokyo Korakuen Hall
    1,900 Fans - Super No Vacancy

    1. Osamu Nishimura besiegt Yasufumi Nakanoue (3:34) mit einem Bow and Arrow Hold
    2. Champion Carnival - Semi Final: Taiyo Kea besiegt Yuji Nagata (11:51) mit einem Schoolboy.
    3. Champion Carnival -Semi Final: Suwama besiegt Akebono (8:18) nach einem Backdrop.
    4. Masayuki Kono & Minoru Tanaka besiegen KENSO & Masao Inoue (8:05) mit einem Jumping Cross Armbreaker von Kono gegen Inoue.
    5. Hiroshi Yamato, KAI & Seiya Sanada besiegen Manabu Soya, Takao Omori & Masanobu Fuchi (11:37) mit dem This is it von Sanada gegen Soya.
    6. Kaz Hayashi, Ryota Hama & Shuji Kondo besiegen Daisuke Sekimoto, Yuji Okabayashi & Kazuki Hashimoto (11:55) als Hayashi Hashimoto pinnte.
    7. Champion Carnival - Final: Taiyo Kea besiegt Suwama (22:33) nach einem TKO.

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    Yuji Nagata is being loaned to AJPW for the year much like BUSHI is being loaned to NJPW

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    1. Osamu Nishimura vs. Yasufumi Nakanoue
    2. Champion Carnival - Semi Final: Taiyo Kea vs. Yuji Nagata
    3. Champion Carnival - Semi Final: Suwama vs. Akebono
    4. Masayuki Kono & Minoru Tanaka vs. KENSO & Masao Inoue
    5. Seiya Sanada, KAI & Hiroshi Yamato vs. Takao Omori, Manabu Soya & Masanobu Fuchi
    6. Ryota Hama, Kaz Hayashi & Shuji Kondo vs. Daisuke Sekimoto, Yuji Okabayashi & Kazuki Hashimoto
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    Quote Originally Posted by Defrost View Post
    Yuji Nagata is being loaned to AJPW for the year much like BUSHI is being loaned to NJPW
    That's actually big news for All Japan. Good for them.

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    The CC Final was okay; kind of a dull body that went for a really good finishing run, and just when I started to think that maybe I got Kea all wrong, he started spamming Misawa's finishers. And SUWAMA kicked out of them.

    I don't know which of them pisses me off more in that situation to be honest.

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    AJPW "40TH ANNIVERSARY YEAR RISE UP TOUR 2012", 27.05.2012 (GAORA TV)
    Tokyo Korakuen Hall
    1,650 Fans

    1. Osamu Nishimura & MAZADA b. Hiroshi Yamato & Yasufumi Nakanoue (7:03) with an Inside Cradle by Nishimura on Nakanoue.
    2. Akebono & Ryota Hama b. KENSO & Masao Inoue (8:40) with a Body Press by Akebono on Inoue.
    3. Masayuki Kono & Minoru Tanaka b. Suwama & Masanobu Fuchi (9:10) with a Cross Armbreaker by Kono on Fuchi.
    4. Takumi Soya Return Match: Seiya Sanada & Joe Doering b. Manabu Soya & Takumi Soya (13:42) with the This Is It by Sanada on Takumi.
    5. Champion Carnival AFTER THAT: Taiyo Kea b. Takao Omori (14:08) with the TKO.
    6. All Asia Tag Team Title: Daisuke Sekimoto & Yuji Okabayashi (c) b. Kaz Hayashi & Shuji Kondo (18:06) with a German Suplex Hold by Sekimoto on Hayashi (6th defense).
    7. AJPW World Jr. Heavyweight Title: KAI b. Kenny Omega (c) (20:15) with the Splash Plancha - KAI is the 32nd champion, in his 2nd reign.

    After his defeat, Takumi Soya, at only 24 years old and having only wrestled for just over a year, announced his retirement from professional wrestling due to complications from a jaw injury he had suffered last year, ironically at the hands of his brother Manabu, who he was teaming with today.

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    That blows! He was the most promising prospect All Japan has had in a while. Fucking Manabu.

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    AJPW "40TH ANNIVERSARY YEAR CROSS OVER 2012", 17.06.2012
    Tokyo Korakuen Hall

    1. AJPW World Tag Team Title: Seiya Sanada & Joe Doering (c) vs. Takao Omori & Manabu Soya
    2. Masakatsu Funaki Return Match: Masakatsu Funaki & Minoru Tanaka vs. Keiji Muto & Kaz Hayashi

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    AJPW, 7/29/12
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    - Special Singles Match: Masakatsu Funaki vs. Yuji Nagata New Japan

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    AJPW "40TH ANNIVERSARY YEAR JR. HYPER LEAGUE 2012", 29.07.2012 (GAORA TV)
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    1. SUSHI, Gillette & Andy Wu besiegen Hikaru Sato, MAZADA & Aegyptus Aerial (10:57) nach dem Tekkamaki von SUSHI gegen MAZADA.
    2. Jr. Hyper League - Semi Final: Hiroshi Yamato besiegt Koji Kanemoto (19:18) mit einem Cross-Arm Suplex Hold.
    3. Jr. Hyper League - Semi Final: Shuji Kondo besiegt KAI (7:25) mit einem Inside Cradle.
    4. KENSO Nomination Match: Taiyo Kea, Masanobu Fuchi & Masao Inoue besiegen Akebono, KENSO & Ryota Hama (11:07) nach einem Inside Cradle von Inoue gegen Hama.
    5. Suwama & Kaz Hayashi vs. Masayuki Kono & Minoru Tanaka - No Contest (13:22).
    6. Special Singles Match: Masakatsu Funaki besiegt Yuji Nagata (9:38) mit einem Hybrid Blaster.
    7. AJPW World Tag Team Title: Takao Omori & Manabu Soya (c) besiegen Seiya Sanada & Joe Doering (14:28) nach einem Wild Bomber von Soya gegen Sanada (1st defense).
    8. Jr. Hyper League - Final: Hiroshi Yamato besiegt Shuji Kondo (14:28) mit einem Cross-Arm Suplex Hold.

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    A lot of All Japan news recently. First off:



    The title match wasn't bad; in fact, it went over fairly well, which shocked the hell out of me. Funaki's chicken-wing tombstone thing looks really dangerous and silly in my opinion, hardly the most dangerous or silliest thing someone has done in wrestling recently.


    DDT's WMOTY


    But silly nonetheless. I get that they were trying to hide the fact that it would be five minutes by starting out with a King's Road Epic feeling out process, but it still made it feel disjointed. Anyway, not as bad as I initially feared, but still pretty dumb overall. Secondly, SUWAMA keeps hurting people; he beat up KAI, then gave Kono a concussion. Haven't seen the second one, but the first one was a lariat where SUWAMA did hit the poor fool too hard, but it was the way KONO fell that did the damage; SUWAMA could probably lariat 100 people the exact same way and it wouldn't happen again.

    Speaking of KAI, he is FINALLY taking his "hiatus to bulk-up and return as a heavyweight" that he should have done forever and a day ago, so now he can have terrible heavyweight matches with people that are honestly not that much bigger than him, instead of terrible matches with midgets. It was uber silly to take Seiya Sanada as a heavyweight when the bigger KAI was slumming it in the junior division just because of his Dragon Gate style.

    Kazushi Miyamoto is back in All Japan and reformed Turmeric Storm with Tomoaki Honma, so All Japan has a new tag team and Honma has a job again, which is good.

    And in the last bit of important news, the following people will have the chance to become the first-ever All Japan Television CHAMPION!!!: Sanada, Soya, Kono, Hama, Nakanoueno, Okabayashi, Honma & Miyamoto. I honestly don't know how to feel about this. On the one hand, it could really help All Japan's younger heavies develop, especially with the moderate success that New Japan has been having with their Intercontinental title in a similar way. On the other hand, it's All Japan; you know they'll fuck it up.

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    See, but New Japan gave its Intercontinental title credibility first by putting it on a popular gaijin (MVP), and subsequently on top guys who had stepped away from the main event for a bit (Goto and Nakamura). So that belt immediately became worth something, and will make for a big rub for somebody coming up sometime soon. How the shit is All Japan going to do anything like that when they're holding onto Triple Crown title credibility by a fingernail?

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    True, but who the shit do they have to give that title belt credibility? SUWAMA's in the main event, Mutoh has become a side-show attraction, and Akebono is hurt; they've literally got no one, and just have to tally-ho on ahead since the decision has been made.

    I guess Hama would do in a pinch; former Triple Crown champion and all.

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    That's exactly what I mean. The whole idea of introducing a new title, when you're barely keeping up the maintenance on the ones you have is just reactionary and misled.

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    So GET WILD won the RWTL and tag titles, beating Suwama and Doering in the final.



    I will watch the final because I have seen almost every RWTL final and ain't about to stop now!
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    AJPW "40TH ANNIVERSARY FINAL TOUR 2012", 11.12.2012 (GAORA TV)
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    2,450 Fans

    1. Kaz Hayashi & Shuji Kondo besiegen Minoru Tanaka & MAZADA (6:04) nach dem Power Plant von Hayashi gegen Tanaka.
    2. 3 Way Match: SUSHI besiegt Kikutaro & Andy Wu (6:48) mit dem Tekkamaki gegen Wu.
    3. Tomoaki Honma besiegt Yasufumi Nakanoue (7:05) mit dem Kokeshi
    4. Masayuki Kono besiegt Takao Omori (7:51) mit einem Giant Kneedrop.
    5. Taiyo Kea, Akebono & Ryota Hama besiegen Suwama, Joe Doering & KENSO (6:43) nach einem TKO von Kea gegen KENSO.
    6. GAORA TV Title: Seiya Sanada (c) besiegt Kazushi Miyamoto (11:42) mit dem This Is It (2nd defense).
    7. AJPW World Jr. Heavyweight Title: Hiroshi Yamato (c) besiegt Koji Kanemoto (14:02) mit einem Cross-Arm Suplex Hold (5th defense).
    8. Special Tag Match: Keiji Muto & Big Van Vader besiegen Bambi Killer & Franz Dynamite (6:22) nach dem Shining Wizard von Muto gegen Dynamite.
    9. Triple Crown: Masakatsu Funaki (c) besiegt Manabu Soya (19:18) mit einem Hybrid Blaster (3rd defense).

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    Man, this isn't any half assed show, either. Definitely not a good sign.

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    It's a show headlined by Manabu Soya. I'd say that's fairly half-assed.

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    Well yeah, but VADER.

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    Against Bambi Killer. And Franz Dynamite. In a six minute match.

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    VADER

    Also, there's a difference between "not bringing your A game" and "not having an A game to bring".

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    Yes there is; about 4,600.

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    Some All Japan news:

    Chinese born rookie Soshun will be officially retiring as of December 31st. Soshun was unable to compete for All Japan for well over a year due to visa issues which then led to pressure from his parents to give up wrestling. All Japan seems to have been trying to setup a return for him, but being that he has spent so much time away it has effected his condition to compete.
    KENSO was at the press conference for Soshun as one of the last times Soshun was competing he became a member of Team Bichitto”. Of course the loss of Soshun really brought the team down and left KENSO as the sole member.


    Poor guy. Rough situation for him.

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    AJPW "NEW YEAR SHINING SERIES 2013 NEW YEAR 2 DAYS", 02.01.2013 (GAORA TV)
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    2,000 Fans - Super No Vacancy

    1. KENSO besiegt SUSHI (7:13) nach einem Diving Elbow Drop.
    2. Koji Kanemoto & Minoru Tanaka besiegen Osamu Nishimura & Andy Wu (6:32) mit einem Cross Armbreaker von Tanaka gegen Wu.
    3. GAORA TV Title Skirmish: Seiya Sanada & Yasufumi Nakanoue besiegen Tomoaki Honma & Kazushi Miyamoto (7:46) als Honma disqualifiziert wurde.
    4. Triple Crown Contendership Skirmish: Suwama & Joe Doering besiegen Akebono & Ryota Hama (8:15) nach einer Death Valley Bomb von Doering gegen Akebono.
    5. Taiyo Kea Send-Off Match: Keiji Muto, Kaz Hayashi & Masanochu Fuchi besiegen Minoru Suzuki, Taiyo Kea & MAZADA (12:08) mit einem Inside Cradle von Fuchi gegen MAZADA.
    6. AJPW World Tag Team Title: Takao Omori & Manabu Soya © besiegen Masakatsu Funaki & Masayuki Kono (14:44) nach einem Axe Bomber von Omori gegen Funaki (2nd defense).
    7. AJPW World Jr. Heavyweight Title & GHC Jr. Heavyweight Title: Shuji Kondo [GHC] besiegt Hiroshi Yamato [AJPW] (18:36) nach der King Kobg Lariat - Titelwechsel.
    8. New Year Heavyweight Battle Royal: Taiyo Kea besiegt Seiya Sanada nach dem TKO (7:57). Reihenfolge des Ausscheidens: Yasufumi Nakanoue, Tomoaki Honma & Kazushi Miyamoto, Ryota Hama, Suwama & Joe Doering, Masayuki Kono & Takao Omori & Manabu Soya, Keiji Muto, Osamu Nishimura, KENSO & Seiya Sanada

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    "Taiyo Kea Send-Off Match"? Is he retiring?!

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