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post #251 of 1407 (permalink) Old 08-03-2011, 02:31 PM
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Man, it's a good job you're not into puro or lucha - your 'shortlist' would crash the forum.



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Then came Sunday, the big match and Nagata awoke eager to fight Goto and ensure everything went smoothly and as planned such is his love for NJPW and his constant work for them as a true company man…

Problem was the headaches were getting worse and his left side had become pretty much immoveable and the company had to be told. Yuji did that and the match was cancelled and Nagata was sent to the hospital for tests and scans on his cranial region. First indications that have been gathered from these is that Yuji has had a stroke…. at the grand old age of 39.

Lets put that into perspective… a fit and healthy man who is said to be drug and alcohol free has suffered an injury to the brain usually seen in people who are twice his age and lead the opposite type of lifestyle.

So having eliminated the probable and most likely root causes of the injury there is but one conclusion left to make – wrestling made Yuji this way. I mean it killed Masakazu Fukuda, a former team mate of Nagata’s during the days of G-EGGS. It gave Takayama a stroke in 2004 and also has been seen as leading to the death of Hashimoto, all of them through similar injuries to the brain.

Now a stroke is cerebrovascular accident, where the blood vessels supplying the brain become disrupted or damaged and leading to either a blood clot or haemorrhage which then in turn damages the brains functions, most commonly in the areas of speech and movement. Ergo a stroke or related aliment can be caused by being hit hard in the head and thus causing damage to the brain.

Now Fukuda’s death was sudden, he caught a stiff elbow smash from Shibata and went down straight away, his skull filling up with blood from a damaged blood cell which in turn caused fatal and irreversible brain damage.
Apparently it was more a culmination of numerous brain damage as opposed to simply that one elbow.

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Wow, that makes me think about the risks of being a pro wrestler.

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That's pretty awful stuff right there. Way to put a downer on the thread...Jeez! Lol.
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Just watched Takayama Vs Kobashi at 2000 and it's a great match, but it's not even near to the five stars because of the crowd and the poor offence Kobashi could put into the match.

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Kobashi vs Akiyama 2004. One of the best matches I have ever seen. It's up there with most of the AJPW stuff I have seen easily and it is so much better than Kobashi/Misawa 2003. The suplex spot off the apron was disgusting! Kobashi was spitting out blood after it and the way Akiyama bounced off the floor looked really bad. I think soemone said before that this was the match of the decade, and I don't think I would disagree.

Kobashi/Takayama next.
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Kobashi vs Akiyama 2004. One of the best matches I have ever seen. It's up there with most of the AJPW stuff I have seen easily and it is so much better than Kobashi/Misawa 2003. The suplex spot off the apron was disgusting! Kobashi was spitting out blood after it and the way Akiyama bounced off the floor looked really bad. I think soemone said before that this was the match of the decade, and I don't think I would disagree.
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Well, to each their own. I loved the fuck out of it.

Kobashi/Takayama 2004. Another epic match right here. Kobashi is the fucking nuts.
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I fucking love Misawa/Kobashi from 2003 and would never dream of putting Kobashi/Akiyama ahead of it. I can totally see why others would, and it is technically a better match. BUT, on a personal level Misawa/Kobashi from 2003 is just amazing.

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