Big Japan - The promotion of MEN

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Re: Big Japan - The promotion of MEN

Post by jesse » Wed Oct 12, 2016 2:00 am

Dreamboat wrote:Not going to sit here and listen to Daichi being denigrated like this
Daichi turned his back on Kazuki by teaming with Kamitani just like he turned his back on Zero1, New Japan and IGF.

That and Kazuki's a better wrestler over all. If people disagree all I can say is you need to go and watch more Kazuki matches. I don't think it's very close either. Of course he's my favorite wrestler in the world so I might have a bias but that's beside the point.
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Re: Big Japan - The promotion of MEN

Post by Dreamboat » Wed Oct 12, 2016 6:43 am

jesse wrote:Daichi turned his back on Kazuki by teaming with Kamitani just like he turned his back on Zero1, New Japan and IGF.
Good.

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Re: Big Japan - The promotion of MEN

Post by rollup » Wed Oct 12, 2016 8:13 am

jesse wrote:
rollup wrote:i do not follow BJW regularly , but who is the better Hashimoto ? interested to see their progress
Kazuki Hashimoto is better than Daichi Hashimoto so I don't know which one you are talking about.
will take you on your word on this :) while i watch the archives ...

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Re: Big Japan - The promotion of MEN

Post by ayaashm » Sun Nov 06, 2016 2:59 pm

Everyone check out BJW Saikyou Tag League Finals show when it hits the RHDRive. It has two absolutely great ****+ matches and I had the main event at ****1/2/. Really awesome show from top to bottom.
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Re: Big Japan - The promotion of MEN

Post by Superkix » Tue Nov 08, 2016 4:15 pm

Hottest opener of the year for sure.

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Re: Big Japan - The promotion of MEN

Post by Dreamboat » Wed Nov 09, 2016 7:45 am

Started watching it last night and the show's been great so far. Really enjoyed the Daichi/Kamitani/Kikuta vs Suzuki/Uto/Nomura 6-man as well, although it did lose a little bit of steam towards the end imo. Daichi and Nomura's parts of that match were awesome

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Re: Big Japan - The promotion of MEN

Post by Morten VH » Fri Nov 11, 2016 9:18 pm

Put my recommended matches from the tour down below.
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Post by ayaashm » Mon Nov 14, 2016 4:28 am

TYB for these recs!
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Re: Big Japan - The promotion of MEN

Post by Morten VH » Wed Nov 23, 2016 4:34 pm

Hideyoshi Kamitani defends the Strong Title against Daisuke Sekimoto at Death Vegas

Kankuro Hoshino defends the Deathmatch title against Abdullah Kobayashi at Death Vegas

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Re: Big Japan - The promotion of MEN

Post by rollup » Wed Nov 23, 2016 6:04 pm

kamitani's title reign seems to be quite low key

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Re: Big Japan - The promotion of MEN

Post by Morten VH » Wed Nov 23, 2016 6:40 pm

The match he won it in was incredible and a low key MOTYC. The two title defenses after have been.... very average to put it midly.

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Re: Big Japan - The promotion of MEN

Post by Dreamboat » Fri Nov 25, 2016 10:20 am

Twin Towers vs Hideki Suzuki & Takuya Nomura announced for Death Vegas. God DAMN

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Re: Big Japan - The promotion of MEN

Post by PKThree » Fri Nov 25, 2016 1:38 pm

Morten VH wrote:The match he won it in was incredible and a low key MOTYC. The two title defenses after have been.... very average to put it midly.
Partly I think he also has not really been put in another position to deliver on that level again since winning the belt. Like they want him to have a run with the belt But he has not been put in the same position as Yuji with it. Understandable since he is not as established as Yuji or Sekimoto. But if they had given him a bit more steam in this run with the belt he made have been more on his way to being on that level than he is right now.

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Re: Big Japan - The promotion of MEN

Post by Danwaka » Sun Nov 27, 2016 9:57 am

http://puroresuspirit.net/2016/11/news- ... r-25-2016/

So apparently Tatsuhiko Yoshino is going over to BJW in 2017. Given he got a write up on VOW by Brennan I figured this was big news. He'll be facing Guts Ishijima in his final match.

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