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  1. Ramsey

    Japanese GOAT

    I'm not sure I've seen this exact discussion here but I came up with the idea after watching WK13. Someone on the English commentary team suggested that Tanahashi could be at least considered a contender for greatest Japanese wrestler of all time. Now, a discussion of greatest wrestler of all time worldwide is obviously an enormous discussion due to the amount of years and nationalities involved in this thing we love. However, narrowing the discussion to Japanese workers makes it at least more easy to define. All things start at Rikidozan post WW2 and expands from there. So, who ya got? Who, i
  2. Just signed up for NJPW world. What do I absolutely need to see right now?!
  3. I heard y'all are the guys to come.to for this sort of thing. Kingdom Wrestle Pro is, in my eyes, the epitome of shoot style. They only had 13 shows, all in 97-98. I currently have the the first two shows and would do God damn just about anything to find the rest:
  4. So, apparently the Japan show with Brock/Kofi is going to air on the Network as a live special at 6:30am ET. - Lucha Dragons vs. Los Matadores- Divas Title: Nikki Bella vs. Paige vs. Naomi- Tag Titles: New Day vs. Tyson Kidd & Cesaro- Chris Jericho vs. Neville- Brock Lesnar vs. Kofi Kingston- John Cena & Dolph Ziggler vs. Kane & King Barrett- NXT Title: Kevin Owens vs. Finn Balor
  5. More than 1,300 matches Masaaki Mochizuki: 1377 matches with 296 singles matches (250-37-9 = 87% win) and 1081 tag matches (608-461-12 = 57% win) Naruki Doi: 1366 matches with 163 singles matches (100-61-2 = 62% win) and 1203 tag matches (717-477-9 = 60% win) Genki Horiguchi: 1341 matches with 177 singles matches (66-102-9 = 39% win) and 1164 tag matches (501-655-8 = 43% win) Dragon Kid: 1326 matches with 122 singles matches (83-38-1 = 69% win) and 1204 tag matches (702-498-4 = 59% win) Susumu Yokosuka: 1311 matches with 167 singles matches (114-46-7 = 71% win) and 1143 tag matches (655-481-7
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