If anyone doesn't think it's one of the best matches ever, then they must not have seen it. Probably my favourite match of all time, a masterpiece of a wrestling match.
I don't think it's as cut and dry as that at this point. Well, it probably never was as cut and dry as that, but with the footage explosion of the last five or six years, where an absolute shit ton of stuff has been unearthed and tonnes of wrestlers/matches have been re-evaluated or discovered, I don't think 6/9/95 is the go-to GOAT anymore.
I mean, my tastes in wrestling have shifted considerably from when I last watched the match roughly 6 years ago. If I'm in the right sort of mood for watching 90s All Japan then it can be as great as it always was, but shit, some of that stuff is just so...I don't know, HEAVY, I guess. Like, I would much rather sit and watch a match like Tenryu/Hashimoto or Andre/Hansen at this stage where they get in and out and achieve everything they want to in under 20 minutes. I'm not saying there's anything wrong with going over half an hour if you're good enough to fill the time well, and guys like Misawa, Kawada, Kobashi, etc. certainly were, but for all the "storytelling" and "psychology" and whatever other buzzwords you can throw at the big All Japan matches (and I'm not saying they don't fit), I'd rather watch Tenryu punch a guy in the face or Fuerza Guerrera act like a shithead or Fujiwara pull a last ditch armbar out of nowhere.
Peak All Japan has some great, great shit, but I don't think it's untouchable stylistically. It can grind you down. I've seen almost all of the 90s All Japan I ever wanted to see years ago, and it's honestly a style I have little interest in revisiting. Granted, there's always the "fresher versus better" talking point, and I'm not sure I'd necessarily argue that something like Andre/Hansen or Tenryu/Hashimoto is straight up *better* than 6/9/95 or the 6/3/94, but I know for certain which matches I'd rather watch. Like, if I made a list of my ten favourite matches ("favourite" being much easier than "best," which is honestly something I drink way too fucking much to be able to coherently and properly think about), I don't think I'd have more than one match from 90s All Japan on it. And even then it'd be Hansen/Kawada, which is hardly similar to 6/9/95 stylistically (ie it's all about them beating the everloving shit out of each other rather than the layered storytelling and psychology and callbacks and such).
FWIW I still think guys like Kawada and Misawa and the others responsible for the quality of those All Japan matches are great pro-wrestlers. I think Kawada and Misawa are all-time top 20 guys. I think Stan Hansen is the best wrestler in history (although I don't really think of him in the same way I think of a Misawa or Kawada, or even a Steve Williams, given the way Hansen wrestled). I think Masa Fuchi is a fucking amazing wrestler and had as much to do with a ton of the early 90s stuff being great as Jumbo or anybody else did.
I don't dislike 90s All Japan. I just don't think it's untouchable as a style and that something like 6/9/95 is untouchable as a match.