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Re: Your 5 Star Match Lists

Top 5 in NOAH history, and their best tag team match. Oh, and Nakajima's kicks... Jesus! You should check his match with Kotaro from 9/23, the ending is mindblowing (it involves kicks).
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Segunda Caida seems to flip his shit over this match. I haven't seen it but he said it's the best match he's ever seen. That must mean something because he's a major wrestling freak. He knows his shit, so I reckon you'll love it. I on the other hand, ...got bored after 5 minutes though.
Watched this, and I preferred the Han match by some margin really, I guess the tiny crowd played a significant part in that... I'd give it **** at first watch.. Watched the Han match twice already and it's ****3/4 for me. There're some shoot style rules I have to get used to.. I guess they have some sort of rule where at some point the ropes can't be used any more to break a hold...?
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I feel I should give that another try. Thought it was about ****, which is still a fucking great match, but I didn't "get it" get it. I'll probably watch it back to back once I get to Kobashi/Sasaki.
It was everything Kobashi/Sasaki was but ten times better. The chop battle wasn't overkill, they had the young guys in their to mix it up and was just so much more exciting. I'm may be over-rating it because it's recent, but it'll probably be in my top 5 matches of all time.

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Watched this, and I preferred the Han match by some margin really, I guess the tiny crowd played a significant part in that... I'd give it **** at first watch.. Watched the Han match twice already and it's ****3/4 for me. There're some shoot style rules I have to get used to.. I guess they have some sort of rule where at some point the ropes can't be used any more to break a hold...?
Yeah. I don't know the exact number but you can only get a rope break a certain number of times.

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Yeah. I don't know the exact number but you can only get a rope break a certain number of times.
Three times like ROH Pure Wrestling rules?

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Three times like ROH Pure Wrestling rules?
3 or 5, I guess. I think it results in a DQ if you do it more than that. I could be bullshiting on that though.
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I liked ishikawa/Greco to the point where it'd likely remain in my top 10 for '08 if I went out and watched every great match from that year, but others seem to like it more than I do. Thought the elimination tag from June pretty much smoked it (would be MOTY if not for Dragon/McG @ 6YA) And yeah, there were a limited amount of rope-breaks. the part where they both forefeited their last one each on an agreement is brilliant.

RINGS' rules in the 90s are more complicated to follow, actually.

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I want a promotion that books only Iron Man matches with ROH Pure Rules. This is what I was hoping EVOLVE would be.
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AJPW 4/15/1994
Mitsuharu Misawa vs Akira Taue
Akira controls Misawa for the first portion of the match. Misawa struggles to fight back, but after wining and dining Akira on his world-famous elbows, Misawa regains control. Much like his comrade in the Holy Demon Army, Taue fights back with some dirty tactics and makes the match even. Some awesome sequences follow. Akira wants to dump Misawa on the concrete outside with a chokeslam, much like he did in the 9/6/1995 tag match. He eventually does and Misawa is hurt. From here on out, this reminds me of Akiyama/Kobashi '04. The heel slams the face on the outside and the face looks in bad shape. Much like Kobashi did in 2004, Misawa keeps selling the outside spot all the way until the end of the match. Misawa fighting spirit keeps him alive and puts Akira away after a couple of Tiger Suplexes.
*****
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Re: Your 5 Star Match Lists

Ric Flair(c) vs Sting,NWA Title,NWA Clash Of The Champions
Rey Mysterio vs Psychosis,WCW Bash At The Beach 1996
Rey Mysterio vs Eddie Guerrero(c),WCW CW Title vs Mask,WCW Halloween Havoc 1997
Edge And Christain vs The Hardy Boyz vs The Dudley Boyz(c),WWF Tag Titles,TLC,WWF WrestleMania X-Seven
Shawn Michaels vs Triple H,Street Fight,WWE Summerslam 2002
Brock Lesnar(c) vs Eddie Guerrero,WWE Title,WWE No Way Out 2004
Randy Orton(c) vs Cactus Jack,WWE IC Title,Hardcore Match,WWE Backlash 2004
John Cena(c) vs JBL,WWE Title,I Quit,WWE Judgment Day 2005 (Interesting)
Undertaker vs Shawn Michaels,WWE WrestleMania 25 (Bang On)
John Cena(c)vs CM Punk,WWE Title-WWE Money In The Bank 2011
Kurt Angle vs Steve Austin(c),WWF Title,WWF Unforgiven 2001

I think these are some of mine top matches..
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AJPW 4/15/1994
Mitsuharu Misawa vs Akira Taue
Akira controls Misawa for the first portion of the match. Misawa struggles to fight back, but after wining and dining Akira on his world-famous elbows, Misawa regains control. Much like his comrade in the Holy Demon Army, Taue fights back with some dirty tactics and makes the match even. Some awesome sequences follow. Akira wants to dump Misawa on the concrete outside with a chokeslam, much like he did in the 9/6/1995 tag match. He eventually does and Misawa is hurt. From here on out, this reminds me of Akiyama/Kobashi '04. The heel slams the face on the outside and the face looks in bad shape. Much like Kobashi did in 2004, Misawa keeps selling the outside spot all the way until the end of the match. Misawa fighting spirit keeps him alive and puts Akira away after a couple of Tiger Suplexes.
*****
This match is so underrated. I mean, everyone is talking about Misawa/Kawada, but people rarely mention Taue's awesomeness.
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