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NJPW, 2/17/08 (WPW/PPV)

Tokyo Ryogoku Kokugikan

1. IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Tag Team Title: Minoru & Prince Devitt © vs. Jushin Thunder Liger & AKIRA

2. Never Gonna Stop!: Yuji Nagata vs. Hirooki Goto

3. New Japan vs. TNA - The Highflying Star vs. The Phenomenal 2nd: Hiroshi Tanahashi vs. AJ Styles

4. IWGP Tag Team Title: Giant Bernard & Travis Tomko © vs. Togi Makabe & Toru Yano

5. IWGP Heavyweight Title Unification Match - IWGP 2nd vs. IWGP 3rd: Shinsuke Nakamura © vs. Kurt Angle ©

Вярно, че още не е обявен целият, но просто не мога да се сдържа да го постна. Л-У-Д-Н-И-Ц-А! Дотук шоуто звучи просто страхотно и всеки един от мачовете рулира здраво на хартия.

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Angle vs Nakamura,AJ vs Tanahashi,Nagata vs Goto...това си е dream card отвсякъде.Другите два обявени мача също звучат много добре.На мен лично този card ми е по-интересен и от Wrestle Kingdom II.

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GBH boss Hiroyoshi Tenzan finally returns to action on February 17th at Sumo Hall, leading a squadron against Legend. It will be interesting to see how Makabe, who took leadership of GBH in Tenzan's absence, responds to his senior's return. In a special singles match, Wataru Inoue battles RISE newcomer, Low Ki. Wataru's title is not on the line here, after his recent defense load, but should Low Ki win, a rematch for the belt might be on the cards. The only other match added today, completing the card (match order hasn't been announced yet) is a veteran vs. young generation eight man tag, and all in all, this looks to be a fantastic offering from New Japan.

NJPW, 2/17/08 (WPW/PPV)

Tokyo Ryogoku Kokugikan

1. Intensely! Desperately!: Manabu Nakanishi, Takashi Iizuka, Koji Kanemoto & Tiger Mask vs. Ryusuke Taguchi, Yujiro, Taichi Ishikari & Tetsuya Naito

2. Jr. NEW GENERATION: Wataru Inoue vs. Low Ki

3. Hiroyoshi Tenzan Return Match ~ Tenzan Home Coming: Riki Choshu, Masahiro Chono, Shiro Koshinaka & Super Strong Machine vs. Hiroyoshi Tenzan, Jado, Gedo & Tomohiro Ishii

4. IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Tag Team Title: Minoru & Prince Devitt © vs. Jushin Thunder Liger & AKIRA

5. Never Gonna Stop!: Yuji Nagata vs. Hirooki Goto

6. New Japan vs. TNA - The Highflying Star vs. The Phenomenal 2nd: Hiroshi Tanahashi vs. AJ Styles

7. IWGP Tag Team Title: Giant Bernard & Travis Tomko © vs. Togi Makabe & Toru Yano

8. IWGP Heavyweight Title Unification Match - IWGP 2nd vs. IWGP 3rd: Shinsuke Nakamura © vs. Kurt Angle ©

Tenzan се връща, а пък Low Ki го хвърлят веднага на Jr. шампиона. Доволно.

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Мисля да дам една бърза прогноза :)

1. Intensely! Desperately!: Manabu Nakanishi, Takashi Iizuka, Koji Kanemoto & Tiger Mask vs. Ryusuke Taguchi, Yujiro, Taichi Ishikari & Tetsuya Naito - тук не съм особено запознат,но мисля че отбора на Манабу ще победи

2. Jr. NEW GENERATION: Wataru Inoue vs. Low Ki - победа за шампиона,макар че аз въобще не го харесвам

3. Hiroyoshi Tenzan Return Match ~ Tenzan Home Coming: Riki Choshu, Masahiro Chono, Shiro Koshinaka & Super Strong Machine vs. Hiroyoshi Tenzan, Jado, Gedo & Tomohiro Ishii - победа за отбора на Тензан

4. IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Tag Team Title: Minoru & Prince Devitt © vs. Jushin Thunder Liger & AKIRA - тук се надявам да победят Лайгър и компания :)

5. Never Gonna Stop!: Yuji Nagata vs. Hirooki Goto - тоя мач ми е възможно най на X,все пак мисля че Гото ще победи като се има предвид пуша,който му дават напоследък

6. New Japan vs. TNA - The Highflying Star vs. The Phenomenal 2nd: Hiroshi Tanahashi vs. AJ Styles - тея двамата не се срещат за първи път,но тоя път мисля,че Танахаши ще победи

7. IWGP Tag Team Title: Giant Bernard & Travis Tomko © vs. Togi Makabe & Toru Yano - шампионите задържат титлите,макар че не съм убеден 100%

8. IWGP Heavyweight Title Unification Match - IWGP 2nd vs. IWGP 3rd: Shinsuke Nakamura © vs. Kurt Angle © - Накамура побеждава Кърт и обединява титлите

Тоя турнир ще е страшен,по-добър от Wrestling Kingdome

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Финалният card:

TNA's Christopher Daniels will replace RISE's injured Low Ki on the 2/17 card, making it three New Japan vs. TNA bouts. Of course, this will be a rematch from 1/4 when Wataru successfully defended his IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Title against Daniels, but said belt will not be on the line here.

NJPW, 2/17/08 (WPW/PPV)

Tokyo Ryogoku Kokugikan

1. Intensely! Desperately!: Manabu Nakanishi, Takashi Iizuka, Koji Kanemoto & Tiger Mask vs. Ryusuke Taguchi, Yujiro, Taichi Ishikari & Tetsuya Naito

2. Jr. NEW GENERATION: Wataru Inoue vs. Christopher Daniels

3. Hiroyoshi Tenzan Return Match ~ Tenzan Home Coming: Riki Choshu, Masahiro Chono, Shiro Koshinaka & Super Strong Machine vs. Hiroyoshi Tenzan, Jado, Gedo & Tomohiro Ishii

4. IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Tag Team Title: Minoru & Prince Devitt © vs. Jushin Thunder Liger & AKIRA

5. Never Gonna Stop!: Yuji Nagata vs. Hirooki Goto

6. New Japan vs. TNA - The Highflying Star vs. The Phenomenal 2nd: Hiroshi Tanahashi vs. AJ Styles

7. IWGP Tag Team Title: Giant Bernard & Travis Tomko © vs. Togi Makabe & Toru Yano

8. IWGP Heavyweight Title Unification Match - IWGP 2nd vs. IWGP 3rd: Shinsuke Nakamura © vs. Kurt Angle ©

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WOW!Очертава се изключителен турнир.Очаквам Кърт да загуби и ми е интерсно да видя Giant Bernard A.K.A. Albert в деиствие.

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We are on the eve of what could be one of the most important New Japan shows of the last few years. Can Shinsuke Nakamura do the impossible and unify his IWGP Heavyweight Title (2nd generation belt) with Kurt Angle's IWGP 3rd Belt, or will the Olympic gold medalist and global superstar defeat the young supernova and take another New Japan title hostage?

Angle arrived at Narita Airport today, sounding ready for war. The IWGP 3rd Belt and TNA Heavyweight Title holder said he is in top condition and after he sleeps off some of his flight tiredness, will be in prime shape to plunder Nakamura's 2nd generation belt. Angle said Nakamura is young and a great prospect, but considers Yuji Nagata to be New Japan's number one wrestler, and since he already beat Nagata, feels he is stepping down a level by facing the younger Nakamura. Angle said it is still too early for Nakamura to compete with him. The interviewer pointed out that Nakamura has been using a double-arm piledriver and suggested he could use this to target Angle's weak neck. Angle laughed it off literally, saying he is an Olympic gold medalist and pro wrestler, and that he has no uneasiness about his neck. Angle promised to prove his strength while also guaranteeing a good match tomorrow.

TNA's other representatives, AJ Styles and Christopher Daniels, also arrived with Angle. AJ said he is in great shape and as a pro wrestler, he'll wrestle anywhere and any time, in any condition. Asked about his impression of Tanahashi, AJ called him a young and wonderful wrestler, but claimed he himself is better. AJ said he remembers his previous match with Tanahashi well, but doesn't consider it a victory, as it was an "accident" caused by unfair interference. Hence, he plans to beat Tanahashi cleanly in what he called their "first confrontation". AJ said there will be no Shannon Moore tomorrow, and he will win "beautifully".

Daniels is back for a rematch with the man he lost to on January 4th, Wataru Inoue. Wataru's IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Title won't be on the line this time, but the Fallen Angel is out for revenge. Daniels has researched the footage of their previous match and says he has figured out where he went wrong, and should win tomorrow. Daniels suggested that if he does win tomorrow, he will re-challenge for the junior belt. He sent a message to the fans, saying last time he was at Sumo Hall, he and Low Ki had a great match with Minoru & Prince Devitt, and promised another strong performance at the same building tomorrow.

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At today's New Japan event at Sumo Hall, Shinsuke Nakamura defeated Kurt Angle to officially unify the two versions of the IWGP Title in the main event.

Other matches on the card featuring TNA talent saw Hiroshi Tanahashi defeat AJ Styles, Togi Makabe & Toru Yano defeated Tomko & Giant Bernard to win the IWGP Tag Team Titles and Christopher Daniels defeated IWGP Jr. Champion Wataru Inoue in a non-title match.

It should be noted that Yuji Nagata, who competed against Kurt Angle on the "Global Impact" special for the IWGP Title, was rushed to the hospital earlier in the day when he showed up at Sumo Hall for the show complaining of severe pain in the brain and no control of the left side of his body. Although he was speaking clearly and his right side appeared to be fine, the belief is that he may have suffered a stroke. Nagata had been suffering from severe headaches two weeks ago, but continued to wrestle and never got it checked out.

Source: WrestlingObserver.com

Като гледам няма изненади,само малко съм изненадан,че Даниелс е победил Иное,но това може само да ме радва :) .Нямам търпение да го гледам и това.

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Shinsuke Nakamura has lived out his destiny and leads New Japan Pro-Wrestling after the biggest win of his career today at Sumo Hall in Tokyo. Nakamura defeated global superstar and double champion Kurt Angle, to prove himself the real and strongest IWGP Heavyweight Champion, defending his 2nd generation belt for the first time while capturing the controversial 3rd generation belt that Brock Lesnar ran off with, before Angle defeated him for it. It was always going to be an uphill battle for the RISE leader against the IWGP 3rd and TNA Heavyweight Champion, and it proved to be a very difficult match for Nakamura, who was often on the defensive. But Nakamura's technique shone as he returned to his roots, Angle tapping out cleanly in the middle of the ring, Nakamura's quest to recapture the lost belt complete. Angle embraced Nakamura after the match, showing complete respect, while Kotetsu Yamamoto broke down into tears as he handed the new young leader of the Japanese pro wrestling industry both IWGP belts, which he and Tanahashi have done so much to repair. Nakamura said in his post-match interview that he could hardly believe he has beaten Angle, but that he has proven himself the TRUE IWGP champion. This result, following so many other events, perhaps completed the change of generation in New Japan. Backstage, when asked about his trainer Kotetsu's tears, Nakamura said it was important that New Japan revive and uphold the "strong" professional wrestling, a quest he has persisted with since the Ultimate Crush days, and Kotetsu is one of the forefathers of the "strong" New Japan, having been there since the start. Nakamura suggested that the second generation IWGP belt may be retired again, as it was supposed to be in memory of Shinya Hashimoto, and that he may wield the third generation belt that was stolen from the company. Angle admitted he had perhaps underestimated Nakamura, and called him a wonderful wrestler who he believes will hold the title for a very long time.

The show was rocked by the announcement that Yuji Nagata had been rushed to hospital before it with symptoms resembling a stroke. Abnormalities in his brain, which led to a severe headache and Nagata losing feeling in parts of his body, led to the cancellation of the much anticipated Nagata vs. Goto match, and cast the future of Mr. Saikyo in much doubt. After appearing in IGF yesterday and suggesting his loyalties may lie there in Japan now, Travis Tomko was not a popular figure going into his and Giant Bernard's IWGP Tag Team Title defense today against underdogs and 2007 Japanese Tag Team of the Year, GBH's Makabe & Yano. Bernard & Tomko were approaching a one year anniversary going into today's defense, but failed, as the on-fire rulebreaking tandem got the better of them, Makabe chain lariating Tomko, then dropping the knee for the three count. This was the first IWGP coronation for both Makabe and Yano, who have taken the lead in GBH. Tomko, who is becoming a bigger priority in TNA and is seen as a possible main eventer for the near future there, may be done as a New Japan regular now. Should the working agreement with TNA continue in any form, there is talk of Team 3D returning to challenge the new champions in a rematch from the Tokyo Dome.

New Japan's domination of TNA superstars today was even sweeter when Hiroshi Tanahashi avenged a loss that has been bothering him some time, pinning AJ Styles in a strong match. This had lots of good action and ended without Shannon Moore interference, Tana dropping his High Fly Flow on AJ for the three count. The two shook hands after the match, Tanahashi calling AJ a "genius" and showing full respect for his fallen opponent. Tanahashi now looks ahead to All Japan's Sumo Hall show, where he teams with mentor Keiji Muto against the "Oudou" team of Toshiaki Kawada & Taiyo Kea. Having dropped the IWGP Heavyweight Title, Tanahashi is being given room to explore new opportunities and grow even more as a wrestler after becoming a bonifide main eventer in 2007. RISE lost the other tag belts today too, as Minoru & Prince Devitt somewhat surprisingly failed in their V1 defense of the IWGP Jr. Tag Team Title they took from Togo & TAKA at the start of the tour, beaten by Legend's Liger & AKIRA. Liger pinned Devitt after a ruthless avalanche-style brainbuster and AKIRA captured the junior tag belts for the first time as he continues to shelve his acting career to work full-time in his home-again, New Japan. This was also Liger's first New Japan title since he lost the IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Title last in July, 2000, almost EIGHT years ago. Young lions Yujiro & Tetsuya Naito stormed into the ring after the match, challenging the new champions to a match. Liger said that although New Japan is led by younger wrestlers nowadays, he and AKIRA showed that experience means something and they had proven the older wrestlers still have something to offer today.

Hiroyoshi Tenzan's return match ended in disaster as he was betrayed by his GBH partners, Jado, Gedo, and Ishii. The new look Tenzan seemed healthier in his return match, but Legend's united power saw them beat GBH, Chono pinning Ishii. It was after that that Tenzan received a beating from his teammates, and he was left alone, a man without allies. What does the future hold for Tenzan? It wasn't all misery for TNA today as "Fallen Angel" Christopher Daniels made it 1-1 in his series with Wataru Inoue, pinning the IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Champion in a rematch from the 1/4 Tokyo Dome show. Unfortunately for the former Curry Man, no title was on the line today. Daniels demanded a third match, a conclusion match, with the title again on the line, and Wataru seemed positive to the idea, with it all depending on the IWGP executive committee. Wataru did say he'd go to America to defend it if he had to.

NJPW, 2/17/08 (WPW/PPV)

Tokyo Ryogoku Kokugikan

1. Intensely! Desperately!: Manabu Nakanishi, Takashi Iizuka, Koji Kanemoto & Tiger Mask beat Ryusuke Taguchi, Yujiro, Taichi Ishikari & Tetsuya Naito (9:45) when Nakanishi used an Argentine backbreaker on Naito.

2. Jr. NEW GENERATION: Christopher Daniels beat Wataru Inoue (13:00) with the Best Moonsault Ever.

3. Hiroyoshi Tenzan Return Match ~ Tenzan Home Coming: Riki Choshu, Masahiro Chono, Shiro Koshinaka & Super Strong Machine beat Hiroyoshi Tenzan, Jado, Gedo & Tomohiro Ishii (8:55) when Chono used a Shining Yakuza kick on Ishii.

4. IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Tag Team Title: Jushin Thunder Liger & AKIRA beat Minoru & Prince Devitt © (14:55) when Liger used an avalanche-style brainbuster on Devitt to become the 20th champions.

5. New Japan vs. TNA - The Highflying Star vs. The Phenomenal 2nd: Hiroshi Tanahashi beat AJ Styles (18:54) with the High Fly Flow.

6. IWGP Tag Team Title: Togi Makabe & Toru Yano beat Giant Bernard & Travis Tomko © (16:30) when Makabe used a top rope King Kong kneedrop on Tomko to become the 51st champions.

7. IWGP Heavyweight Title Unification Match - IWGP 2nd vs. IWGP 3rd: Shinsuke Nakamura © beat Kurt Angle © (13:55) with a cross armbreaker (1st defense) to become the new IWGP 3rd Belt Champion and unify the titles.

Като изключим новите Jr. Tag Team шампиони всичко друго се очакваше. Много кофти, че така стана с Nagata. Дано да се оправи бързо. А иначе шоуто задължително ще се гледа.

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То сега не излиза ли, че Даниелс се бие като Даниелс за NJPW все едно е от ТНА, а пък за ТНА се бие като Къри мен, все едно е от NJPW ? :)

 

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Shawn_Michaels

Сега да се изкажа и по тоя турнир(аз даже го гледах вчера още преди NWO,защото първо се снабдих с тоя,защото NWO беше с гадно качество,но както и да е това са подробности :) ),но за съжаление версията не беше цялата и ще се изкажа само за тея мачове,които включваше:

Jr. NEW GENERATION: Christopher Daniels vs Wataru Inoue - Като цяло тоя мач се получи доста добре,особено добре се представи Даниелс както съм изненадан и от победата за него,тая победа най-много ме изненада,но пък и незнаех,че мача няма да е за титлата :) .

New Japan vs. TNA - The Highflying Star vs. The Phenomenal 2nd: Hiroshi Tanahashi vs AJ Styles - това си беше най-добрия мач от турнира за мен.Много добро представяне и от страна на двамата,доста качествен мач направиха,беше ясно че Танахаши ще победи тоя път,но пък AJ се представи толкова добре в тоя мач както не съм го виждал от много време в TNA.

IWGP Tag Team Title: Togi Makabe & Toru Yano vs Giant Bernard & Travis Tomko - мача не беше нищо особено,вероятно най-слабия мач от турнира(поне от тея,които гледах).Едните дървокопи срещу другите дървокопи :D ,имаше това онова пак не беше много зле поне,тук поне нямаше такива прецакани хватки от страна на Томко и Бернард както на предния турнир,но мача не беше нищо специално.

IWGP Heavyweight Title Unification Match - IWGP 2nd vs. IWGP 3rd - Ето го и втория най-добър мач за вечерта(но не и по важност като се има предвид колко голям беше залога),малко не му достигна да стане най-добрия според мен,но пък AJ & Tanahashi се представиха доста добре.В тоя мач имаше доста добри моменти и обрати,Кърт се представи на добро ниво,същото може да се каже и за Накамура,който си заслужи победата като също се представи по подобаващ начин.Много ми хареса особено края и начина,по който Накамура прекара Кърт,не очаквах да стане толкова добре.Иначе победителя беше повече от ясен,важното е че се представиха на много добро ниво и накрая Кърт показа класа.

Ако и завбъдеще NJPW правят толкова добри турнири няма да пропускам турнир :)

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