Working Dark Matches
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Re: Akira Hokuto vs. Shinobu Kandori - Dreamslam (4/2/93)
Thia should go in the indy DVD thread for future reference buddy.
Something about the looseness of the Joshi work that I like. The way they flop around. Makes it seem realistic.
I'm not familiar with Japanese Joshi work, but to what extent are they loose to the point of Mil Mascaras or just typical Hogan esque 'showing air?
A wrestling match is like a balanced diet. The basics are carbs, keeping you going. Armdrags may not be the highlight, but they're key to the development. Dairy is emotion and crowd interaction, like bones, they strengthen the match, and in there absense, the it will fall apart. Meat is moves like suplexes and finishers. They’re cool, but if you rely on them you’d be unhealthy, and the matches unwatchable. Mat work is fruits and vegetables. We may not like them, but some is sweet chain wrestling. Last is spots and indy MoVEz~!, your sugars and fats. You can't just eat chocolate, and thus you need to do more than flips and head drops to get above ****.