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Old 01-11-2012, 06:58 PM   #61 (permalink)
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Daisuke Sekimoto vs Suwama
AJPW; 2012/01/02


Only two days into the new year and Sekimoto already has three matches that could be considered MOTYC material. What a worker. This was a rare powerhouse match that I really got into, something that doesn't happened that often. Suwama, aware of Sekimoto's freaky strength, takes out his back and leaves him helpless. Locking in a crab, whipping him in to the barricade, just making him his bitch basically. This is all fuel to Sekimoto's comeback. He sells the back well and leaves you on the edge of your seat whenever he attempts a big power move.

Rating: ****¼
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Old 01-11-2012, 08:32 PM   #62 (permalink)
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Daisuke Sekimoto vs Suwama - AJPW B-Banquet 304

Thanks Seabs DA GAWD for upping this in file small enough for me to download it . So yeah, this was great and oddly enough met my high expectations. Seabs and Cactus already summed it up perfectly, all I gotta say is that if you like heavyweight battles you shouldn't skip this. I want a rematch!
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Old 01-11-2012, 09:11 PM   #63 (permalink)
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Sekimoto vs Suwama - AJPW 02/01
Wow I loved the hell out of this, incredible heavyweight match! Great workover by Suwama and selling by Sekimoto with some awesome comebacks and finishing stretch and a hot crowd to boot. Holy shit at the dead lift german to Suwama. Sekimoto is probably my favorite guy to watch in Japan right now. This was only the second Suwama singles match I've seen along with the Akiyama match, and I've seen him get some shit from some people but he's been so impressive with what I've seen of him. Awesome match.
****1/2

I just realised, did Sekimoto work the BJ and AJ shows on the same day and produce two MOTYC's? Man is too good.

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Old 01-11-2012, 11:16 PM   #64 (permalink)
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I just realised, did Sekimoto work the BJ and AJ shows on the same day and produce two MOTYC's?
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Old 01-12-2012, 01:00 AM   #65 (permalink)
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Going to get around to that All Japan match in the morning, sounds awesome.

Making a change to what a post in here. I just realized that it would be a huge waste of my time to go and write reviews for matches and then not post them if I don't rate them 4*s. So I basically plan on doing everything from Sebs' thread and if I come across anything that numerous people review I'll go ahead and do that as well.



FLUORESCENT LIGHT-TUBES DEATH MATCH:
Abdullah Kobayashi, Shadow WX & Takeda Masashi vs. Kasai Jun, Numazawa Jaki & Hoshino Kankuro (BJW 2012/01/02)

Well Jun Jasai wearing a fans winter jacket, getting thrown into lightbulbs, they don't effect him, Kasai celebrates, and throws the jacket back to a fan might have been the coolest thing ever. Oh and some of the most sickening headbutts ever from Numazawa (I think) added the brutality and awesomeness. The match was insane but it was really just them beating each other with light tubes. Being in the building love for something like this would be awesome but after seeing a few of those spots on TV they kind of lose the effect. Really bloody and everything but that's really the main appeal. I still enjoyed it but I've seen better examples of telling a story within a death match. I actually liked the death match that was on the card before this one a lot more.
***1/4



Daisuke Sekimoto & Yoshihito Sasaki vs Akebono & Ryuto Hama - BJW 02.01.2012

Strong Style Southern Tag. That's really the best way to describe this match and it was really awesome. Hama looked like he could barely move around but someone that's just so large I was impressed with what he was able to do. Akebono looks like someone that can really work a match and really looked like a threat in the ring. The crowd was awesome in the match as well as they really didn't like the Akebono and Hama. They were behind every single strike that was done to them and booed all their offense. As much as they hated the big guys they loved Sasaki and Sekimoto. Great atmosphere and crowd really helped a lot, and usually I'm not a fan of Japanese crowds.

So you have these 2 giant monsters in the ring with 2 crazy badasses. It's a perfect mix really. Sasaki was the one that found himself being worked over for a majority of the match while he tried to make the big tag to Sekimoto. I liked Akebono and Hama didn't have to break any rules to remain in control of the match, they were the heels but they didn't cheat, they just beat the hell out of the guy that the crowd loved. I thought the ending was really really weak though and to be quite honest it really hurt the match. I'm all for making dominant heels but there was no reason why Sasaki couldn't have made a tag. Instead Sekimoto stood on the apron looking like a fool getting hit over and over as he stood on the apron acting useless. I know the purpose of the match was to build on a feud but as a viewer of this match watching Sasaki get his ass kicked over for so long and totally failing to make a the big tag was a huge let down.

I'm still giving it a good rating because the fact that I was so annoyed by the ending of the match means that I was caring about the outcome. It did tell a great story and I can't wait to see these guys get in the ring again. Actually the more and more I go on about how much of a let down the ending was the more and more brilliant I'm realizing it was. I should go back and change everything that I just wrote about the ending but I'm going to leave it because that's me in total mark mode. A great way to build a feud.
****


Big Japan is awesome. Just watched the 1/2/12 Big Japan show and it was so easy to watch. The crowd was good and there were all sorts of matches. Going to do my best to see a lot of it this year.
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Old 01-12-2012, 06:31 PM   #66 (permalink)
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Daisuke Sekimoto = GOD
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Old 01-12-2012, 08:28 PM   #67 (permalink)
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Suwama vs. Daisuke Sekimoto
(All Japan 1/2/12)

Again the crowd loves Sekimoto, this is the third company I've seen him wrestle in and the crowd was behind everything he did in all 3 matches. Sekimoto managed to get in some offense early on in the match but Suwama proved to be too much for him as he would go on to control a long stretch of the match. The control segment was really well done with Sekimoto selling well and getting in limited offense. When he got it in though it was great. At one point he hit a reall stiff clothesline on Suwama, it looked like we were getting a fighting spirit comeback but Suwama just responded with his own and took out Sekimoto.

When Sekimoto finally got his comeback going it was really well done as he wasted no time trying to wear down Suwama and went right for the win. I have to say Sekimoto is a great face. For a match that I really have no reason to care about he is just really easy to get behind and root for. I think it has to do with he sells the control segments so well and when he makes his comebacks he looks like he can go and beat anyone. The ending of this was just heart braking because I realized Sekimoto wasn't going to win but the guy just kept fighting. He looked really tough while Suwama just looked unstoppable.

I really loved this. Sekimoto's legit third MOTYC in two days. The crowd was very good for this and they told a great story in the ring. For all 3 of Sekimoto's matches I have been left with the feeling that I really really want to see a rematch.
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Impact Wrestling 1/12/12:

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Old 01-13-2012, 03:15 PM   #70 (permalink)
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Wasn't that last year November?

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Storm vs. Angle ***1/2
You have no idea how much I'm actually looking forward to Impact now. I'm watching it with a friend, tonight (as tradition), but I was completely convinced it would suck so badly. Those ratings are much higher than anything on the PPV so I'm a happy chappy, again.

As for the AJPW Daisuke Sekimoto Vs Suwama match all I can say is wow. There really isn't anything to be said that hasn't been said before. I think I may just have a new favourite Japanese wrestler.
**** 1/4+
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