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post #841 of 2789 (permalink) Old 05-05-2012, 10:26 PM
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Really liked Ki-Generico from Evolve 10. Haven't saw Ki since his return to the independence scene so i'm happy he isn't a spot-monkey with MOVEZ~! anymore like he was as Kaval. Great match, should be longer. ***3/4

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Yoshihito Sasaki vs Big Van Walter - BJW 5/5 "Endless Survivor"

Another great underdog performance by Yoshihito, and Walter did his part beating the shit out of Sasaki. Before the final sequence there was a point were they traded an unnecessary amount of false finishes for my liking but it wasn't that big of a deal. At least they were able to bring some real life to the Yokohama crowd near the end. It's totally worth a look but it's only a borderline MOTYC, imo.
Didn't like this. BJW at Yokohama just isn't the same BJW in Korakuen. Walter wasn't dickish enough for my liking and he felt a bit off. If the last few minutes happened on an Indy show then people would be lamenting it and I felt the same about it. Sasaki took all of Walter's big stuff and then just got back up and didn't sell any of it like it never happened. Woke the crowd up at least but the end didn't justify the means in this case.

Daisuke/Yuji tag was a let down too. Fun match but I really didn't want a fun whacky Brahmans match here. Especially after the initial match was vs Kasai/Numazawa which probably would have been awesome. Shame All Japan didn't send a replacement team but I guess it coincided with Champions Carnival.


Daisuke Sekimoto & Big Van Walter vs Yoshihito Sasaki & Yuji Okabayashi - BJW 28.04.2012
Kinda standard Strong BJ tag but a standard Strong BJ tag right now fucking rocks. Isn't on the level of the Strong Climb main events or the Akebono invasions but that's more of a testament to how great they were there. Hoped they'd be more dissension between Walter and Sekimoto as partners like at 16 Carat but there wasn't. Worked fine all the same and Walter got some good heat. Sekimoto doing his usual double teams with Walter was a great touch. Walter's super underrated right now. Some of his strikes are straight up nasty and he's a great monster in control. Okabayashi looked like a fucking beast coming in off the tag. He isn't quite at the point where he's a great singles wrestler but holy cow he's immense in tags. Strong BJ + Korakuen Hall is a winning combination if ever there was one.

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was hoping Sasaki/Walter would be great. I'll still give it a watch I think. Also, forgot to say before but yeah, Yuji was awesome once he got the tag in that match ^^.
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Didn't like this. BJW at Yokohama just isn't the same BJW in Korakuen. Walter wasn't dickish enough for my liking and he felt a bit off. If the last few minutes happened on an Indy show then people would be lamenting it and I felt the same about it. Sasaki took all of Walter's big stuff and then just got back up and didn't sell any of it like it never happened. Woke the crowd up at least but the end didn't justify the means in this case.

Daisuke/Yuji tag was a let down too. Fun match but I really didn't want a fun whacky Brahmans match here. Especially after the initial match was vs Kasai/Numazawa which probably would have been awesome. Shame All Japan didn't send a replacement team but I guess it coincided with Champions Carnival.
With that ending, I knew you wouldn't like it . I thought it was kinda fitting though, Yoshihito did one last flurry of offense as a last resort and it worked. Walter didn't work over any body part for me to be annoyed by Sasaki's comeback to the level of not liking the match (it wasn't perfect by any means, but didn't think it was that bad). Sure, he beat the shit out of Yoshihito but not to the point were an adrenaline-induced fighting spirit comeback wouldn't be believable.

Still, it wasn't a great match nor anything close to that. But it does deserve getting a look, imo.

The tag match was exactly what I expected. A fun match but nothing more than that. Kinda shocked you thought it could/would be any different. There's almost no chance of a better match with the Brahmans involved unless it's in Korakuen.

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With that ending, I knew you wouldn't like it . I thought it was kinda fitting though, Yoshihito did one last flurry of offense as a last resort and it worked. Walter didn't work over any body part for me to be annoyed by Sasaki's comeback to the level of not liking the match (it wasn't perfect by any means, but didn't think it was that bad). Sure, he beat the shit out of Yoshihito but not to the point were an adrenaline-induced fighting spirit comeback wouldn't be believable.

Still, it wasn't a great match nor anything close to that. But it does deserve getting a look, imo.

The tag match was exactly what I expected. A fun match but nothing more than that. Kinda shocked you thought it could/would be any different. There's almost no chance of a better match with the Brahmans involved unless it's in Korakuen.
The ending didn't annoy me as much as Sasaki just shrugging everything off at the end. Might have worked with a hotter crowd and if Sasaki made the comeback after the powerbomb and not after getting planted on his skull. I probably would have been fine with it all if Sasaki sold the moves more. Their match in wXw last year was much better anyway.

The Brahmans tag was exactly as I expected it to be. I just didn't want to see that type of match for the titles on this show, especially when it was the replacement for Kasai/Numazawa which would have been totally different. Brahmans are a fun undercard act but I don't want them in top of the card matches like that.

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Seth Rollins vs. Kassius Ohno from FCW 4/29/12 **** 1/2-**** 1/4
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Seth Rollins vs. Kassius Ohno from FCW 4/29/12 **** 1/2-**** 1/4
Wow, why is no one talking about this more, that was awesome

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Yeah, I was hesitant to ask why it hadn't been talked about yet out of fear that it was a discussion pages back and I had missed it. Guess not. Rollins/Ohno is definite 4.25 territory.
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