New Japan Pro Wrestling Road to Power Struggle 2013 - Tag 6 - November 2 2013 - At the New Sunpia Takasaki in Takasaki, Gunma, Japan.
Match 1: Jushin "Thunder" Liger & Tiger Mask IV vs Valiente & Yohei Komatsu.
Winners: Jushin Liger & Tiger Mask 4(10:27) Tiger with a Chicken-Wing Facelock on Komatsu.
Updated 11-02-2013 at 08:30 PM by munchiewilson
I want to take the time and share my Top 10 Wrestlers since I have been watching Wrestling. I am 27 years old and grew up watching WCW and WWF back when the Monday Night Wars were in full force. This list is purely my opinion and I welcome any comments below. I will start from Least Favorite to Favorite. This list goes by success and just plain fun/exciting to watch on tv.
10. Mick Foley-
Updated 11-04-2013 at 02:15 PM by jledwig
After the recent pipebombs on Impact, it reminded me by how much disrespect AJ has received in recent years. Why does he get that disrespect? Is AJ really a Phenom? However, everyone knows for a fact he is a TNA original who has been in TNA since day 1. Fans, wrestlers, and so on have come and gone. 11 years later, having Dixie Carter on our TV screen. Verbally abusing 1 of TNA's few homegrown main
With all the talk these days about Daniel Bryan and if he should or shouldn't be champion, I thought it would be a good time to write a blog from (the presumed) corporate perspective. So let's get into it.
What makes a "top superstar?" To answer this we must first look at how wrestling has historically been viewed as a sport/form of entertainment. Traditionally, wrestling has
Getting A Reaction
So this blog will be looking at gimmicks and getting a character over. In today's WWE it doesn't matter if you're the best wrestler, you need to be the overall package. After this its up to creative to give the wrestler a gimmick that will get them over. Now, today we have lots of wrestlers and they all seem to be the same. Dolph Ziggler, The Miz, Jack Swagger, Antonio
Updated 11-01-2013 at 07:56 AM by Callum
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(1) Tomoaki Honma vs. Yohei Komatsu
◆Winner: Honma (8:30) following the Kokeshi.
(2) KUSHIDA & Sho Tanaka vs. Valiente & BUSHI
◆Winner: BUSHI (10:27) with the M/X on Sho.
(3) Hiroyoshi Tenzan, Manabu Nakanishi & Yuji Nagata vs. Toru Yano, Takashi Iizuka & YOSHI-HASHI
This blog is going to look at US wrestling through the prism of a baseball fan. I've been a fan of both for as long as I can remember. I've been to events from both that run from the pinnacle(WWE and MLB) to the lower levels(Indy wrestling shows and Minor League and Independent League baseball). Each level has their own style and is run in a different fashion.
The Independent Level
Survivor Series Main Event
Ladies and germs how the hell are you!? It has been a while and I missed this damn website and all my wrestling mans init (British slang for “MY nerdizles homies”!!)
Anyway let’s get straight to it. With Survivor Series coming up as the next BIG PPV I thought how cool would it be to give my irrelevant opinion on what I want the traditional
Cracking result for me here. 1st place again. Cut Dennis's overall lead down to just 6 now! Come on!
Many thanks to Cabers for doing these still. I did quite a few at the start of the year and no how long they take to calculate.
The world of professional wrestling seems like it changes more often than the jet stream of cold air in the Great Lakes every season, constantly shifting positions from one side of the map to the other. Storylines come and go, being adjusted along the way for various reasons, including, but not limited too, fan popularity or venue changes. Wrestlers also change promotions along the way
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