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    I actually caught Satomura Vs Matsumoto this morning and thought it was really really good. Satomura the GOAT strikes again.

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    I actually caught Satomura Vs Matsumoto this morning and thought it was really really good. Satomura the GOAT strikes again.
    Yeah forget about a Jackhammer just let Satomura cave in a Street with her kicks to get the job done

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    Yeah most joshi shows that are on tv are clipped to fit in the timeslot they are given. Most shows are over 2 hours but need clipped to fit under. They tend to clip lower card matches to give time to the more important stuff.

    Mika Shirahime is improving big time and her performances against Konami and Hana show that. She's ready to take the next step and I'd much rather she was the one to win the tournament than Hana. Her and Meiko vs Syuri and Shida would be mad fire whilst I'm still not super convinced on Hana. I think her being pushed is very clearly because of her looks... in Stardom, at least. But then again, Stardom is a Joshi company that's main focus is around looks rather than the in ring product for the most part, I'd say. Hana actually works as a face everywhere but Stardom btw so that's why she is completely different. I love Shirahime's hair when she gets into battles, it's amazing. Always kept an eye on her since Zero showed me her match vs Kairi Hojo (as Mika Iwata).

    Stuff with Eiger is usually comedic. KAORU and Emi Sakura are awesome. Sakura founded Ice Ribbon btw.

    Meiko vs Hiroyo is such a fantastic sprint. Really loved the match and Hiroyo continues to have a strong 2017 so far. She's a workhorse and she's been the best Joshi so far. She is representing Oz Academy well and I can't wait for her vs Hashimoto, who I'll mention in a second. Low key Meiko is doing an unbelievable job in making everyone she faces look like a world beater and elevating them. There's such a difference between watching her and watching people like Io and Kairi. Her matches feel like they are less centered around showcasing her talents.

    Shida is Zero's chick bud so I don't think we wanted you to watch for her... (I'm also pretty sure she has something going with Naomichi Marufuji but don't wanna crush Zero). Yes, Shida and Syuri use a SF theme, they're both big fans - Syuri comes out to Sakura's theme from Street Fighter 4 regularly. But the tag team theme is Ryu's theme from Street Fighter 5: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oUn549UmSlw

    Shida and Syuri probably the best Joshi tag team of the year so far tbh with you. Chisako is the smaller chick in the other team and is primarily known as a tag team specialist, she's really good, lost her tag team partner over a year when she retired - was her sister, Sendai Sachiko. They were known as the Jumonji Sisters (that's their surname). Cassandra Miyagi definite weak link in this match but she's not too bad herself. Has a look and character that stands out in Sendai.

    The fact Chihiro Hashimoto only debuted at the end of 2015 is unbelievable, seriously. She's a star in the making and I believe her vs Aja Kong actually got some decent news coverage in Japan too. At least more than what Joshi would get anyway.

    Sendai Girls are doing everything right that Stardom is getting wrong at the minute. Infact, every other Joshi org is pretty much getting it right in terms of booking whilst Stardom are floundering big time. Sendai have built up their rookies incredibly well - just look at Chihiro. Now compare Chihiro Hashimoto to Jungle Kyona. Stardom is sooo centric on making Io and Kairi look good and not elevating anyone else whilst Sendai is elevating everyone it possibly can and not making it the Meiko show. Seriously, it's ridiculous how much better every other promotion is at elevating their rookies compared to Stardom. Kyona should have beat Kairi. But then again, I highly doubt Sendai Girls is that bothered about their top people looking good... whereas Stardom are very obviously concerned with looks over in ring product. If Kyona was elsewhere, she'd be a big player by now. Chihiro is in line to have a big, big year and I have no doubt that the Hiroyo match is going to be great. Oz Academy champ vs Sendai champ. Much more interesting than Io Shirai vs Gaijin McJobberfuck part 24.

    This show also outdrew Kairi/Io by 200 with the circumstances in Kairi/Io's favour too. Stardom's drawing ability is diminishing whilst the ability of other promotions to draw is increasing. And it's because the other promotions are able to build talent up and get intrigue going whilst Stardom are doing the same thing over and over and over and over. I would also assume that promotions like Ice and Sendai having a tendency to not overly sexualise their performers means they appeal to a bit more than just the pervy male audience that Stardom seems to want to hit. But it's probably a non factor. I will be interested in seeing what the Cinderella tourney draws for Stardom. Under 1000 and it's a big bust.


    Enough of my Stardom/Io hate though (even though I still really like the promotion and Io and Kairi).
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    Quote Originally Posted by PowerfulShake View Post
    Yeah most joshi shows that are on tv are clipped to fit in the timeslot they are given. Most shows are over 2 hours but need clipped to fit under. They tend to clip lower card matches to give time to the more important stuff.

    Mika Shirahime is improving big time and her performances against Konami and Hana show that. She's ready to take the next step and I'd much rather she was the one to win the tournament than Hana. Her and Meiko vs Syuri and Shida would be mad fire whilst I'm still not super convinced on Hana. I think her being pushed is very clearly because of her looks... in Stardom, at least. But then again, Stardom is a Joshi company that's main focus is around looks rather than the in ring product for the most part, I'd say. Hana actually works as a face everywhere but Stardom btw so that's why she is completely different. I love Shirahime's hair when she gets into battles, it's amazing. Always kept an eye on her since Zero showed me her match vs Kairi Hojo (as Mika Iwata).

    Stuff with Eiger is usually comedic. KAORU and Emi Sakura are awesome. Sakura founded Ice Ribbon btw.

    Meiko vs Hiroyo is such a fantastic sprint. Really loved the match and Hiroyo continues to have a strong 2017 so far. She's a workhorse and she's been the best Joshi so far. She is representing Oz Academy well and I can't wait for her vs Hashimoto, who I'll mention in a second. Low key Meiko is doing an unbelievable job in making everyone she faces look like a world beater and elevating them. There's such a difference between watching her and watching people like Io and Kairi. Her matches feel like they are less centered around showcasing her talents.

    Shida is Zero's chick bud so I don't think we wanted you to watch for her... (I'm also pretty sure she has something going with Naomichi Marufuji but don't wanna crush Zero). Yes, Shida and Syuri use a SF theme, they're both big fans - Syuri comes out to Sakura's theme from Street Fighter 4 regularly. But the tag team theme is Ryu's theme from Street Fighter 5: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oUn549UmSlw

    Shida and Syuri probably the best Joshi tag team of the year so far tbh with you. Chisako is the smaller chick in the other team and is primarily known as a tag team specialist, she's really good, lost her tag team partner over a year when she retired - was her sister, Sendai Sachiko. They were known as the Jumonji Sisters (that's their surname). Cassandra Miyagi definite weak link in this match but she's not too bad herself. Has a look and character that stands out in Sendai.

    The fact Chihiro Hashimoto only debuted at the end of 2015 is unbelievable, seriously. She's a star in the making and I believe her vs Aja Kong actually got some decent news coverage in Japan too. At least more than what Joshi would get anyway.

    Sendai Girls are doing everything right that Stardom is getting wrong at the minute. Infact, every other Joshi org is pretty much getting it right in terms of booking whilst Stardom are floundering big time. Sendai have built up their rookies incredibly well - just look at Chihiro. Now compare Chihiro Hashimoto to Jungle Kyona. Stardom is sooo centric on making Io and Kairi look good and not elevating anyone else whilst Sendai is elevating everyone it possibly can and not making it the Meiko show. Seriously, it's ridiculous how much better every other promotion is at elevating their rookies compared to Stardom. Kyona should have beat Kairi. But then again, I highly doubt Sendai Girls is that bothered about their top people looking good... whereas Stardom are very obviously concerned with looks over in ring product. If Kyona was elsewhere, she'd be a big player by now. Chihiro is in line to have a big, big year and I have no doubt that the Hiroyo match is going to be great. Oz Academy champ vs Sendai champ. Much more interesting than Io Shirai vs Gaijin McJobberfuck part 24.

    This show also outdrew Kairi/Io by 200 with the circumstances in Kairi/Io's favour too. Stardom's drawing ability is diminishing whilst the ability of other promotions to draw is increasing. And it's because the other promotions are able to build talent up and get intrigue going whilst Stardom are doing the same thing over and over and over and over. I would also assume that promotions like Ice and Sendai having a tendency to not overly sexualise their performers means they appeal to a bit more than just the pervy male audience that Stardom seems to want to hit. But it's probably a non factor. I will be interested in seeing what the Cinderella tourney draws for Stardom. Under 1000 and it's a big bust.


    Enough of my Stardom/Io hate though (even though I still really like the promotion and Io and Kairi).
    What I love about Zero and yourself Shake you guys always help me learn something new about the run down with Joshi talent in any promotion I watch. If I keep getting chances to see Sendai I'm down to watch it, OZ too if that company is good like this one. So the ladies like Street Fighter, perfect way to get the fellas together and let us all play together with our dates.

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    Kenny Omega & Kana vs Masato Tanaka & Hikaru Shida[8/28/2014]





    Easily one of the most entertaining Mixed Tag Team Matches I've ever seen. I mean you start out the contest with Omega backing it up with Kana showing towards Hikaru hey hey I've got a bootie too lol. Shida says you wanna battle, but Masato is like fuck that I'm here to wrestle not bootie battle with those two hehe. This Match had plenty of Comedy, and a Action which I was shocked to see after all the Comedy early on. I wonder has Kenny Omega and Jack Evans ever tagged together, because their antics during matches is so great and gets the fans involved really well. I mean who takes off her Underwear and tells Kana to drive Hikaru into his butt, and then Kana gets the Kenny Salad instead I mean I can't make this stuff up. Eventually Tanaka gives to the sternness and plays along, but he knew where to draw the line when the match needed to pick up. Old Man Tanaka is just as dangerous and good as he was in his ECW days and Omega found that out first hand.

    I liked the girls weren't afraid to wrestle the fellas, and honestly Kana and Shida are two legit girls who could beat the shit outta alot of guys in this world. Their battle in the ring, has me searching for a singles match between the two right now as I type this up. I loved the spots when Shida dropped Omega for all butt smacking during the match, and Kana going toe to toe with Tanaka and she won that battle. I don't know any girls in the states who would take a shot from a guy like Tanaka, which is why I hold Joshi ladies and Asuka as the best in the WWE World and no one is close to her in my in the company.

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    Act Yasukawa vs. Kairi Hojo[1/26/14]

    -With the Official Announcement of Kairi Hojo leaving Stardom to be WWE bound soon, I thought why not watch some of her matches that I haven't seen before. Thank you JoshiPuro for uploading these on your Channel, now I can watch these matches and go from crying to yes yes yesing at the thought of Kairi being able to come to WWE. When I started watching Stardom Act Yasukawa was on her way out, at the time she was with Oedo-Tai. I thought she was awesome just being a Manager back then, getting involved in matches, but I always wanted to see matches from her, so it's a win win for me.

    Baby Kairi was really fiery in this match with Act. You can thank a lady like Yasukawa for helping Hojo become a better Wrestler in the ring. She made her look extremely strong, selling her repeated attacks with the Elbows to the point she had to struggle to use her Stretch Muffler for the win later in the Match. Their were some near pinfall wins for Kairi in this Match, but the champ pulled out the win like great champions more often than not, get done. Kairi didn't tap out, she passed out and that shows how far she was willing to go to beat Act that night. Young talent sometimes doesn't always get the chance to work veteran talent that is willing to help all the time. Veteran talent wants to hold onto their spot, but I commend Act making Hojo a better talent because she was in the ring with her.


    Kyoko Kimura and Alpha Female vs. Nanae Takahashi and Kairi Hojo[8/10/14]

    -Fro-less Kyoko, and Kairi Hojo wearing Glosses like one of the Wright Brothers what is going on here I loved that Springboard Diving Elbow Kairi did with Nanae, man that was very dangerous if she would of landed the wrong way, she might of destroyed her Arm or Elbow and would of been able out for awhile. Another good match involving Kairi, she took a hell of a beating in this one. Why did it seem Kyoko wanted to rip her hair out, the way she was rocking her hair up like that? When your in a match and see your favorites crying or really emotional, it gets you to that point. I think fans in NXT and the WWE will get invested in her character, they'll feel her pain and I think people will want to see her succeed. She can play the underdog role like no other, and if WWE plans to have her in NXT she'll do great with Asuka. People are looking for a strong Wrestler and character to beat the Queen Asuka, and I think the Pirate Princess herself will get the job done. This is all happens for me, after the Women's Tourney in the Summer coming up very soon.

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    Kairi Hojo vs. Io Shirai[3/29/15[Stardom the Highest]

    -Day 2 of my run of recommend matches of the great legacy Kairi Hojo has left behind for Stardom, as her last days draw near the end. They say best friends, make the best enemies and rivals and that is the case between Io and Kairi over the years. They've have great battles, that were knock out, drag out bouts, but this is a match I never seen which is a shock because I love both talents more so Kairi. One person would be World of Stardom Champion, the other would continue her run as Champion to move onto bigger and better things in her career. I wouldn't say this is the best match with then, far from it compared to their future matches, but still entertaining stuff no doubt. Kairi having to work wit an injured arm as Io worked on it every chance she got, while Kairi trying to go to the back of the champion. One reign ends..the journey of the Pirate Princess has begun!


    Kairi Hojo vs Mayu Iwatani[5/17/15]
    -From one best friend to another in Mayu Iwantani, Kairi would next face for the World of Stardom Championship with the tough challenger of Mayu. I always thought Stardom considered Mayu in the redheaded Step Child of Stardom, which is why she's never won the White or Red Belt up to now. Shake is right beauty plays alot into it, and she's more reserved and shy than Kairi and Io, but dammit the girl can wrestle her ass off give her a chance to roll with the Red Belt. Mayu saw the tape on Kairi and did what Io did work on the Arm, she's soft there, do it. Mayu is shy and all, but she can be a real bitch sometimes too she'll grab hair, she'll put her fingers into the mouths or noses of her opponent, yeah she can get quite evil in there. Speed or not..toughness or not Kairi even in pain, had no fear in using her Diving Elbow more than once to defend World of Stardom Championship poor Mayu.


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    Hudson Envy vs. Kairi Hojo[9/23/15, 5 Star Grand Prix Finals]

    - After losing the World of Stardom Championship to Meiko Satomura, Kairi was looking to get back on top to get a shot at that very Championship again in the future, and this was the tourney to get it done. I don't know anything about Ms.Envy, it could be Stardom loving to elevate a Gaijin in a tourney such as these cough cough the Tessa Blanchard booking

    It took two Diving Elbows, but Kairi became the 2015 5 Star Grand Prix winner in front of legends in Women's Wrestling like Bull Nakano and Madusa. Envy was one dirty bitch in this match, pulling hair, spitting on her, but Kairi isn't the type of person to lay down for anyone, and she'll never be intimidated by any lady from Stardom or outside of Stardom for that matter. Envy found that out first hand, you might have her down for now, but she isn't going to quit, she'll rather pass out than quit during a match. The word doesn't exist in her mind!


    Io Shirai vs. Kairi Hojo[3/20/17]

    Seemly the last time these two will ever face each other one on one, unless Io Shirai comes to the WWE during the tourney then this is going to happen again either in the Semi-Finals or Finals of the Women's Tournament. This was beautiful to watch seeing these two ladies, who know each other like the back of their hands reverse and counter moves that in the past worked on the other. It isn't a battle with Io/Kairi unless they do a Moonsault somewhere on the outside. I don't know how she doesn't blow our her knees, maybe she has Cat genes within her DNA lol. It was a battle of counters, and Kairi working on Io's back while the champion working her arm. Kairi/Io matches are always going to be wars, it usually comes down who makes the worst mistake at the wrong time and it costs them the match.

    It was pretty fucking amazing to see Kairi kick out of a Delayed German Suplex than a Moonsault from Io, not sure anyone on the roster could do that in just a short amount of time. It was even more amazing to see Io pick up Kairi from a laying position, Tombstone her and drop her. The strength and speed of that Women surprises me every match I see from her over the years. Truly was a great moment after the match to see Kairi and Hojo hug it out, and Io put the title on her saying you're a World Champion with or without it.

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    SEAdLINNNG ~Golden GO! GO![5/5/2017]

    Kaori Yoneyama vs Rin Kadokura
    - I mean if you want me to watch SeADLINNNG please no more Kaori matches, she's unbearable to watch during matches sometimes. I never wanted to see a rookie like Rin win so badly, but that didn't happen in this match. Rin spammed the shit outta her dropkicks, but hey go what works for you when you're first starting out good for her. Easily the moment of the match for me, is Kaori having Rin a Body Scissors and she's asking her give up multiple times. In one of those times she asked and theirs a delayed reaction from Rin to say no I lost it lol.

    Maruko Nagasaki vs Mio Momono
    -Since I don't know who's who, let's go with Pink Ranger vs Yellow Ranger shall we? What the hell I thought when you attack a Referee you get DQ'ed automatically? Also Female Referee fast counting like a motherfucker is this Here Comes the Pain the Game all over again..NIGHTMARES DAMN YOU EARL..DAMN YOU! It seems that these two girls have been Wrestling with each other for some time, that's just my guess but them reversals and their chemistry together was nice to see. I want to see these two ladies going at it again, some good stuff in a match that felt like 8 or 9 minutes.

    Hiroyo Matsumoto & Rina Yamashita vs Yoshiko Hamuko Hoshi
    -One of main reasons why I choose to watch this show was Hiroyo Matsumoto who is rising up the ranks of Josh talents I really like to watch. Shake can you tell me who is the lady in Gold because I had a nightmare of Hana getting old and looking like her. I know that's mean, but the lady was doing poses like Hana does..it better not happen..don't do this to me. Just wondering is this Yoshiko the girl who fucked up Act in an accident during a match years ago? I dug the interactions in the match with Rina and Yoshiko, those two were going clubbering towards each other that was great to watch. Hiroyo has to be one of the strongest Joshi talents going right now, she had her partner and one of her opponents on her back, and she carried them over with ease and drop on that weight on Yoshiko just amazing. When these two teams going into that second gear, both teams looked great and the match was very entertaining thank goodness this show needed this match to be great. After the match Rina shakes Yoshiko's hand and sticks the middle finger with her, is that a thing with one of them or what? If not it was funny to see.

    Best Friends vs Nanae Takahashi & Sareee
    -Great work between these two teams, and you forget their was no titles on the line at all with this one. Pride and respect was on the line, and both teams were laying it all out there for our entertainment. Now I already knew of Team Best Friends, but you can't tell me you can't become fans of Sareee and Nanae after this match. The last two matches are a treat, hopefully Realhero uploads FORTISSIMO from 5/24 in the coming week!

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    I think Kaori's a reliable person for rookies to work with and it's no harm. I don't really enjoy her matches all that much but she is kind of fun... somewhat. Though she can get tedious. It's always good to see her not working with the Stardom youngsters though. The dropkick is usually the common Joshi rookie move as I'm sure you've noticed. I think it's a rite of passage for every rookie to go through a point where they land 20 dropkicks a match or some shit lmao.

    Pink Ranger - Mio Momono, Yellow Ranger - Maruko Nagasaki. Mio is from Marvelous whilst Nagasaki is from Ice Ribbon. Both are rookies with a lot of promise, I think. Maruko is coming along nicely. Natsuki Taiyo is the referee, she used to wrestle and was a frequent fixture/influential figure in Stardom (along with Nanae) so there's that. Relaxed rules in joshi mang. I legit don't think I've seen a DQ. I could be wrong. Decent comedy spot though.

    The lady in gold is Hamuko Hoshi. She's a part of a team called the Lovely Butchers with Mochi Miyagi. They're both big girls. They're pretty fucking funny too. Yes that is the Yoshiko who beat the shit out of Act. I've cooled down on the hate for her since Act forgives her and they've cleared the air and shit (plus Act kind of is a dumbass for shooting on her and then getting back into the ring to do so again) -- Yoshiko is generally good to watch and all the ladies involved in the match are fun. I think what happened at the end was that Rina challenged Yoshiko to a match and they decided to shake hands on it. The middle finger thing is a signature pose that both tend to do.

    Main event is really good and all four are top talents. Sareee's got potential but under Nanae she will definitely improve. It's a shame since she was supposed to go to Stardom but I think SEAd and Sareee's former promotion are both linked in some way and that's why she ended up going there instead. Maybe same management or some shit. Nanae is always solid and fun to watch. Can't speak highly for Best Friends. Best 2016 tag team in Joshi. Love their entrance theme too... if only their sung version of it was somewhere online. Nakajima's the best. Wish she was working a heavier schedule but I don't mind her being SEAdLINNNG's ace in waiting. Can't fucking wait for Arisa vs Hiroyo. Going to be glorious.
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    Thank you for your thoughts Shake, that girl Rin loves the dropkick more than Brie Bella

    Still I was happy with the show let's see I have Sendai Girls 4/9 to watch as well as OZ Academy from 4/12. After I watch Dragon Ball Super tomorrow morning since I'm watching Boxing I'll check out Sendai Girls and see how the day goes.

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    Sendai Girls 4/9/2017

    Mika Shirahime vs Manami
    -Bring up the young rookie Manami type of match I get it, she has a long road to go after that beating. Fight on Scuba Susan you survived the 5 minute time limit, take that drive and see where it takes you girl.

    Alex Lee vs Yako Fujigasaki
    -Come one Sendai Girls you can give me better matches than this. Lee felt like she dominated 75 or 80 percent of the match, as Yako had her second and third wind during the match. That last kick Lee put on Yako, I was hoping for her head to fly off her Shoulders would of been entertaining, before she landed the Alex Driver for the win. Congrats Lee, and GET YAKO A ICE PACK FAST!

    KAORU vs Eiger
    -Plenty of Comedy in this match, and poor Referee having to keep these two ladies in check during this match. I mean Eiger didn't want to give up her Chains, pretty sure the Ref wanted KAORU to get rid of the Lollipop and then Eiger gets the Lollipop shoved into her mouth and she LIKED IT! Dead people can't like this..IT'S THE RULES..HATE..DEATH...THAT IS ALL THAT MATTERS TO THEM!

    Even more Comedy when KAORU was in trouble she brought out a Lollipop to tease Eiger to stop her from attacking any further lol. That's like having a Mountain Dew in front of me and dangling in my face, I'm going to drink it and she got her prize and the loss for it

    Meiko Satomura & Cassandra Miyagi vs Nyra Rose & Mio Momono

    -What a odd pairing have Miyagi with Satomura, I had my doubts those two could work together, but they were a well oiled Machine together in this match. Momono took a hell of a beating, by the two veterans like I thought she would, but damn what Universe did Rose come from? Girl dwarfs both Meiko and Cassandra and she got more offense that damaged Satomura and Miyagi when she finally got in later in the match. I guess this is a warm up match for this new team, wanting to take the champ titles in the future woo!

    Mika Shirahime vs Syuri
    -This is the first I've seen Syuri in singles match and not teaming with Shida and I was impressed with what she was doing during the match. I was happy to see that she is just as much of a bad ass in a singles match, after making Mika tap and giving that angry face too. I thought she was going to take Mira's hand home with her, Ronda Rousey style.

    Chihiro Hashimoto & DASH Chisako vs Hikaru Shida & Rina Yamashita
    -Lol Shida and Yamashita pushing each other not wanting the other to get all the applause ah that gets me horny[sorry it does, girls fighting just does hehe] A solid tag team match to end the show, loved the act going on with Shida and Rina not trusting each other, and damn did she get pegged in the Knee with the Cane? Those two made one than one mistakes with their egos and it cost them in this match. Now I have to see OZ Academy from 4/12 in the coming days, but today it's time to get back into Ninja Sentai Kakuranger still need to finish the Season which is 53 Episodes!

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    OZ Academy: SAKURA HANASAKU 4/12/17

    Really happy with those show let's get into my thoughts on the show. The first three matches were clipped to hell, but for what we got I was very entertained overall. Konami vs Kato was a good match for what they showed, wished the Karate battle would of been like this like with Bito/Konami, but Konami came off really strong in a losing effort with Kato that's for damn sure.

    Aja Kong, Yoshiko, and Kuragaki vs. Ozaki, Maya Yukihi, and Yumi Ohka. Talk about an entertaining six Women Tag Team Match, you might as well call Ozaka, Yukihi and Ohka Chains, Whips and Sex appeal. Those ladies were swinging for the Fences like Barry Bonds with the Foreign Objects, but I guess like Bobby Heenan said it's not Foreign if you know what the object is I'm I right

    Tell Ohka she can get it by the way.

    Manami Toyota vs. Takako Inoue. How in the hell did OZ Academy locked in this match-up. I mean this isn't these two Joshi legends from the 90's with AJW, but for what we got for 46 and 47 year olds some good stuff indeed. You could tell they both were having so much fun together, and saw it in a spot where Inoue had her legs wrapped around Toyota's body and she said something to here probably vulgar. Toyota started to chuckle within the hold and it was little things like that that made me really like this match. Aja Kong, Toyota, Inoue truly have the fountain of youth with them, great way to end their careers if this is the last match for the both of them.

    In other news.. INOUE damn..

    INOUE..

    INOUE!



    Syuri and Hikaru Shida vs. AKINO and Kaho Kobayashi[OZ Academy Tag Team Championship]
    -Can we not have Chains hooked together with the Championships in this company for a request please. It looks so goofy, it this CVS were locking down everything no reason to have that. As for the Match, is this the first time these two teams hooked up because AKINO and Kobayashi came ever so close to winning the gold in this one. I've seen plenty of tag team matches in 2017 and this might be up there as one of the best for the year so far for me. Time might be ticking on the reign of Shida/Syuri if the challengers came this close in the first title shot.

    Hiroyo Matsumoto vs. Kagetsu[OZ Academy Openweight Championship]
    -It felt so weird watching Kagetsu I'm so used to her being the heel with Stardom and to see her as a face felt odd to look at during the match. I guess this storyline was Hiroyo is the known champion within the company, and Kagetsu is talent wanting to prove she is worth the title shot she won to get to this match. Two of the best Freelancers in Joshi Wrestling really did their thing in this match and Kagetsu had some close near falls to get the upset win, but Hiroyo rode the wave and was able to get the win. The only thing I didn't like in the match, is when both unleashed randomly their signature moves and they kicked out with a one count. I mean it was legit in a spot that didn't need to happen, but other than that this match was smooth with the execution. Good Main Event for the show.

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    Oz Academy is always a good time.

    Sonoko Kato is underrated and doesn't get enough exposure cause she's really only working Oz shows for whatever reason.

    Ozaki is actually the founder/owner of Oz Academy - it stems from a stable she founded. Zero likes her alot and she's pretty legendary. The whole point of her stable is that they're supposed to be tyrannical/trying to stay on top. They go through their phases of being dominant here and there. They use weapons alot and stuff, it's their shtick. I fucking hate their manager, Police... but I guess that's good heel work. Yukihi and Ohka usually work as faces outside of Oz. Mio Shirai used to be a part of the stable as well as Arisa Nakajima so they pretty much go through changes here and there. I like Ohka alot but I think she struggles to stand out alot due to a lack of personality plus her moveset just not being flashy compared to a lot of others. But you should check out her match with Ozaki from the Mayumi Ozaki anniversary show (August) last year as well as her Oz Academy title chain deathmatch vs Sonoko Kato from December 2015. Definitely someone that deserves more love, imo, and is one of my favourites right now. Does a good job in WAVE.

    Where'd you get the idea that was Toyota/Inoue's last match? They were just having fun really. Inoue wrestles sporadically nowadays, I think and Toyota is probably embarking on some sort of farewell run before she hangs it up in November. Fully expecting Kong vs Toyota at some point. Wouldn't be surprised if it takes part in Oz since Oz is Kong's home promotion.

    The chains being with the championships is just to represent Ozaki, im pretty sure. I like it tbh. It fits with the promotion and is pretty different. AKINO's a vet, she helped train Fuka from Stardom btw. I think it's the first time Syuri/Shida have taken on AKINO/Kaho but I can't be sure. But AKINO and Kaho earned their shot by winning a number one contenders match, similar to Kagetsu facing Hiroyo in the main event. AKINO, Kaho, Kato and Kagetsu are all a part of a stable known as MISSION K4 in Oz Academy. This group are basically the good guy foil to Ozaki's group's villains. Generally, title matches are always extremely close. Syuri/Shida are in a strong run right now. A really good match for sure. The thing about Oz is that the titles aren't defended every week or every 2 weeks, it's quite irregular so who knows when Syuri/Shida's next defence will be. I don't think you'll see Syuri/Shida lose them until they lose their Sendai titles. But I can't be sure.

    I don't really know what the story is with Hiroyo and Kagetsu heading into the match. Just that Kagetsu managed to beat Shida to get her title shot and that she and Hiroyo had failed together in a title challenge to Syuri/Shida just a while before that. Infact, seek that match out if you can, it rules. Kagetsu cuts a promo at the end of it and... well, I can't tell you what was said cause I don't exactly understand but they appear to have a bit of a tiff as a result of it. Hiroyo only won the belt in November and hasn't really made her way through the roster yet or went on an amazing run so it's really hard to say. I'd guess the Kagetsu stuff is just a way of building Hiroyo up but also making Kagetsu look good. Shida is Hiroyo's next challenger so I guess that all ties into this too. Kagetsu won her title shot around the time she was challenging Io for her belt in Stardom iirc so that might have been why too. I don't think there's that much to the story other than the Kagetsu/Hiroyo rivalry forming after that tag match but I could be wrong. This was a good match but not as good as the tag match before it. I think something was off with the match but still enjoyable.
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    Oz Academy is always a good time.

    Sonoko Kato is underrated and doesn't get enough exposure cause she's really only working Oz shows for whatever reason.

    Ozaki is actually the founder/owner of Oz Academy - it stems from a stable she founded. Zero likes her alot and she's pretty legendary. The whole point of her stable is that they're supposed to be tyrannical/trying to stay on top. They go through their phases of being dominant here and there. They use weapons alot and stuff, it's their shtick. I fucking hate their manager, Police... but I guess that's good heel work. Yukihi and Ohka usually work as faces outside of Oz. Mio Shirai used to be a part of the stable as well as Arisa Nakajima so they pretty much go through changes here and there. I like Ohka alot but I think she struggles to stand out alot due to a lack of personality plus her moveset just not being flashy compared to a lot of others. But you should check out her match with Ozaki from the Mayumi Ozaki anniversary show (August) last year as well as her Oz Academy title chain deathmatch vs Sonoko Kato from December 2015. Definitely someone that deserves more love, imo, and is one of my favourites right now. Does a good job in WAVE.

    Where'd you get the idea that was Toyota/Inoue's last match? They were just having fun really. Inoue wrestles sporadically nowadays, I think and Toyota is probably embarking on some sort of farewell run before she hangs it up in November. Fully expecting Kong vs Toyota at some point. Wouldn't be surprised if it takes part in Oz since Oz is Kong's home promotion.

    The chains being with the championships is just to represent Ozaki, im pretty sure. I like it tbh. It fits with the promotion and is pretty different. AKINO's a vet, she helped train Fuka from Stardom btw. I think it's the first time Syuri/Shida have taken on AKINO/Kaho but I can't be sure. But AKINO and Kaho earned their shot by winning a number one contenders match, similar to Kagetsu facing Hiroyo in the main event. AKINO, Kaho, Kato and Kagetsu are all a part of a stable known as MISSION K4 in Oz Academy. This group are basically the good guy foil to Ozaki's group's villains. Generally, title matches are always extremely close. Syuri/Shida are in a strong run right now. A really good match for sure. The thing about Oz is that the titles aren't defended every week or every 2 weeks, it's quite irregular so who knows when Syuri/Shida's next defence will be. I don't think you'll see Syuri/Shida lose them until they lose their Sendai titles. But I can't be sure.

    I don't really know what the story is with Hiroyo and Kagetsu heading into the match. Just that Kagetsu managed to beat Shida to get her title shot and that she and Hiroyo had failed together in a title challenge to Syuri/Shida just a while before that. Infact, seek that match out if you can, it rules. Kagetsu cuts a promo at the end of it and... well, I can't tell you what was said cause I don't exactly understand but they appear to have a bit of a tiff as a result of it. Hiroyo only won the belt in November and hasn't really made her way through the roster yet or went on an amazing run so it's really hard to say. I'd guess the Kagetsu stuff is just a way of building Hiroyo up but also making Kagetsu look good. Shida is Hiroyo's next challenger so I guess that all ties into this too. Kagetsu won her title shot around the time she was challenging Io for her belt in Stardom iirc so that might have been why too. I don't think there's that much to the story other than the Kagetsu/Hiroyo rivalry forming after that tag match but I could be wrong. This was a good match but not as good as the tag match before it. I think something was off with the match but still enjoyable.
    Ozaki is the older lady on the group who hit the Muta mist on Aja toward the end of the match right? Also I laughed my ass off when Police came in to try and attack Kong and she was like get the fuck outta here

    I just assumed maybe this might be their last matches, but I guess it's more so their last matches with each other maybe. Shida vs Hiroyo title match sounds like a match of the year quality nominee, hopefully the hype is met for us fans both talents.

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    Hojo/Konami/Mimura vs Queen's Quest
    -You guys better watch this fast don't know how this will stay up on this person's channel, but I consider this officially Kairi Hojo's last Match with Stardom. I saw from the card after this they had her in multiple one minutes matches with talent on the Stardom Roster. I'm happy to see Hojo get this great send off, she truly deserves it for all her contributions to Wrestling and Stardom as a company. The match was really short for my taste, but the ceremony and respect everyone gave Kairi after the match was a great thing to see. Too bad I have no clue what they are saying, but you can't help to break down when you see a talent in tears you loved watching with a company moving on with their lives.

    You can fill a Bottle with my Tears right now. Onto her next journey, get ready WWE fans this girl is coming hungry and ready to put on a show! Oh in the next few days I'm going to add another to my entry involving a Hair vs Hair

    Why would these ladies put their hair on the line??! Look out for that one by the end of this week.

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    Akira Hokuto vs Rumi Kazama[Hair vs Hair Waisha Kamikiri Death Match]

    -First of all these ladies are T-Bone Steak tough to one put their hair on the line in this match, but to face each other in a Death Match as well Jesus. Most people know Akira Hokuto from her days in WCW, and I remember liking her back then, so that was one of the reasons why I wanted see this match so badly. You know if you have guys put their hair on the line, it's not worth as much unless you're Kurt Angle. I'm a guy who rocks the Buzz, Bawdy look like Austin in ECW so losing my hair doesn't mean crap to me. As for Women, you have their hair out so badly like that, you would think the world is ending.

    Leg vs Back. Amazing work between these two ladies, Akira going for the back of Rumi throughout the match, and being evil as fuck, while Rumi when she finally found her opening started to go after Akira's bad Wheel. I mean Akira was laying her whole body on the back of Rumi for added pressure, and Rumi was dropping Akira's knee on the Wooden Table on the outside. As the match goes on the fans of both companies start to get into the match, of course wanting their talent to win. It's just sad that this match didn't go longer, because it was getting so good and it was stopped with a sleeper submission after Kazama was out cold. LLPW talent didn't like Akira keeping that hold on after the bell, and a brawl started and you know when these ladies get down teeth are going to fly if needed be. LLPW don't want her to cut her hair, so she cuts it herself respecting the rules. I thought Akira was going to cut her hair, but Rumi say something to her and they talked and she went to the back. Let the cutting begin, poor Rumi, but she saved loads of money on Hair Spray and Shampoo I bet.

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    Chigusa Nagayo, Satomura, and Kato vs. Masami, Kuzumi, and Miyaguchi[GAEA on 8/5/95]

    BABY MEIKO! BABY MEIKO! BABY MEIKO!

    Yes Meiko Satomura one of the best Women Wrestlers in the world today, was only 15 I believe at the time, but to me to came off as the MVP of this match in my opinion. Their was a point during this Six Woman Tag Team Match where Meiko confronted Masumi who is a veteran of her team, and took it to her and nearly made her tap out! Moments before that Kato was afraid to do anything to the same lady, so that itself meant to I bet everyone in the company this girl has guts. I love how Masami and Nagayo got a kick outta beating the other team's rookies, while putting their bodies on the line to protect their own teammates during the most intense moments during the match. Satomura even got the win for the team, but it was a great battle with Nagayo having to save Meiko multiple times in pinfalls during the end. I commend Nagayo and Masami bringing out the best outta their teammates.

    Lastly that staredown with Meiko and Kuzumi was FUCKING INTENSE! Nagayo and Masami had to scoop them up because they looked like they were going to go right there shoot style damn.

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    OZ Openweight Championship: Sonoko Kato Vs. Yumi Ohka (12/13/15)

    -So after some advice from Shake, he wanted to check out this match between these two ladies over the OZ Openweight title. I mean I had a feeling shit was going to hit the Fan, when one lady comes out with a Black Cross, and the other comes to the ring with a Board with a Barbwire wrapped around it. Funny joke, I've slept on floors as rough as the Stretcher Board with Wire on it.

    I've seen loads of OZ Academy lately, more so on the new stuff, but this the first time I've seen a match from their company as hardcore as this. Can someone in OZ just grab Police up and send him through a dozed full of Flaming Tables so we can get rid of this guy, dude interferes worst than Ellsworth. I know it's under NO DQ, but Jesus the dude is beating up Women with Weapons left and right. I mean I could tell Kato and Ohka really hated each other, but damn you want to crucify her and end her existence!? Everything and the Kitchen Sink was used in this match, a good brawl between the two workers. At times friends of both ladies started to get involved way too much for liking, but a good match poor Yumi. If I wasn't redoing my streak again, I would give her a call, but I'm afraid this girl would trap me in her Suitcase of Weapons like that Web Net that was used on Police during the match. They needed a hero as Skillet said in Kato's theme which I love as a band as well, and they got it that night.

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    This is a really fun match though purists would fucking hate it due to the amount of bullshit going on. But that's a regular theme of Ozaki/Ohka's matches most of the time. Ohka/Ozaki/Yukihi are all in a team together and Police is their manager dude who interferes on their behalf. I fucking hate him

    But yeah, Kato is a part of the 'face' stable of Oz... the name eludes me for a second... Mission K4 i think it is. But they were in opposition to Ozaki and her heel group. Kagetsu is featured in this match - she's helping Kato. I just enjoyed the violence in the match quite a bit and found myself wanting to watch more Oz. Kato is good but she never works elsewhere which sucks. I think she'd be spoken about more if so because she's top tier. Ohka is one of my favourites in the Joshi scene right now although she doesn't have a big personality or the wrestling acumen compared to some others. She just tends to be involved in a lot of fun stuff (especially in WAVE). If Ohka was ten years younger then she'd have a shot at being one of the big stars in Josh rather than spending the majority of her career in the 'dark ages'. Her voice is so deep too it frightens me. If you liked that match then you should find Yumi Ohka vs Mayumi Ozaki from Mayumi's 30th anniversary show last year. It's on Real Hero. Also check out Arisa Nakajima vs Mayumi Ozaki from last year for the JWP Openweight Title. Gets bloody quickly. Should be on YouTube that one.
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