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Най-добрите мачове за 2017 година


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Мелцер обяви най-добрите мачове за 2017. Очаквано няма нито 1 мач от ВВЕ или американския ентертайнмент. :beer:

 

Топ мачовете:

Казучка Окада срещу Кени Омега (Доминион) ******1/4
Казучка Окада срещу Кени Омега (Ресал Кингдом) ******
Казучка Окада срещу Кени Омега (Г1 Климакс) ******

Кени Омега срещу Тетсюя Найто (Г1 Климакс) *****3/4
Казучка Окада срещу Катсюри Шибата (Сакура Дженезис) *****

Донован Диджак срещу Кийт Лии (ПВГ Битката на Лос Анджелес) *****
УОЛТЕР срещу Зак Сабре Джуниор (ПВГ ОлСтарс Уийкенд) *****
Тетсюя Найто срещу Хироши Танахаши (Г1 Климакс) *****
КУШИДА срещу Уил Оспри (Най-доброто от Супер Джуниорите Финали) *****

 

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Kazuchika Okada vs. Kenny Omega
NJPW Dominion | June 11
******1/4

Kazuchika Okada and Kenny Omega followed one of the greatest pro wrestling matches of all-time with an even better sequel: a 60:00 draw for the IWGP title in the main event of the June 1th Dominion show from Osaka Jo Hall.

 

When it was over, both men collapsed on the mat selling complete exhaustion. It was the first 60:00 draw in an IWGP heavyweight championship match since a March 26, 2005, title match with Satoshi Kojima vs. Manabu Nakanishi. There were three other previous one hour draws in IWGP title matches: a March 5, 2003, match with Nakanishi vs. Yuji Nagata, an October 21, 2002, match with Nagata vs. Masahiro Chono, and an August 8, 1988, match with Tatsumi Fujinami defending against Antonio Inoki.

 

In a match filled with memorable moments, perhaps the best was Omega being done and Okada throwing the Rainmaker, but Omega collapsed to the ground as he threw it, causing the champion to miss the move and go flying.

 

The key story of the match they were trying to tell is that Omega is the first person that Okada can’t beat with the Rainmaker as he hit him with it multiple times, but we still don’t know if Okada can survive the One Winged Angel. Omega hit the move once during the match but Okada’s foot was on the ropes.

 

A 60:00 match is far riskier today when a 30:00 match seems like an eternity. The idea of such a match had got so much talk that in his pre-match interview, Omega downplayed it by saying this match would not last the nearly 47 minutes of the first one, and it was not going 60.

Kazuchika Okada retained the IWGP heavyweight title with a 60:00 draw with Kenny Omega

Omega used a huracanrana on the floor and teased the Terminator dive, but Okada kicked him. Okada used a running flip dive and started selling like he hurt his left knee. Omega worked on the knee with a dropkick and a 70s Brisco avalanche leg dive. He worked it over with a kneebreaker and the figure four leglock, which Okada reversed as they got into the ropes. Omega gave him a kneebreaker on the apron and threw the knee on top of the table. Omega went for a moonsault off the guardrail, but Okada shoved him and Omega flew into the other guardrail. Okada did the running crossbody over the guard rail onto Omega and drove him through the second guardrail.

 

They both reversed out of tombstone attempts. Okada missed an elbow off the top. Omega did a top rope Asai moonsault to the floor where he nearly lost his balance for a second. Omega used a missile dropkick to the back of the head for a near fall. Omega did a power bomb, a forward fireman’s carry, and middle rope moonsault, but Okada got his knees up. They teased both a top rope piledriver and a top rope dragon superplex, neither of which they did. Okada did a Death Valley bomb on the apron and a running Woo (Suwa) dropkick into the guard rail. Okada set up a table. Omega did a top rope superplex with knee pressure but missed a knee. They each got out of the Rainmaker and One Winged Angel. Okada used two German suplexes and hit the Rainmaker. Okada went for his big dropkick but Omega power bombed him. That was incredible.

 

Okada later dropkicked him off the top to the floor. He put Omega on the table and came off the top rope with an elbow through the table, which cracked but didn’t fully break. Okada used a missile dropkick and a low dropkick. Omega was selling like he had no strength. Omega was throwing weak punches to the stomach and Okada hit two Rainmakers. Okada wanted the ref to stop it and Cody came out and wanted to throw in the towel, but the Bucks stopped him. Then Omega suddenly exploded with a jumping knee and a reverse huracanrana. He went for another knee but got hit with an Okada dropkick. Omega hit some running knees and hit the One Winged Angel for the first time in their two matches, but Okada got his foot on the ropes.

 

Okada hit another rainmaker and then stumbled. Omega hit the Fast Dragon suplex but Okada hit another dropkick. They traded elbows and Omega hit the running knees for a near fall. Omega went for the One Winged Angel but Okada reversed into a tombstone. Okada went for another Rainmaker, but Omega collapsed, causing Okada to miss. Both were trying gut wrenches to set up a tombstone but couldn’t get the other up. Omega hit all kinds of elbows and knees. He went for another One Winged Angel but Okada got out and hit a dropkick to the back. Okada hit a spinning tombstone, but then collapsed and couldn’t cover him. Okada did another German suplex, and another dropkick. Omega then started throwing backwards elbows and another snap dragon suplex.

 

Okada hit another dropkick, hit the Rainmaker, and collapsed. Okada was crawling trying to get the pin when the bell rang. They didn’t gimmick the time at all as it was right at 60:00.

 

You could argue that Omega as challenger should have been the one crawling. The match story was all about Omega’s survival so from that standpoint, Okada should have been trying for the pin at the end, but it really doesn’t matter. After their January 4th match, which was one of the best matches I’ve ever seen, I watched the Mitsuharu Misawa vs. Toshiaki Kawada match from 1994, which many call the best match ever. Obviously, that is subjective and there are tons of matches that can fit into that category, but more people I know would say Misawa vs. Kawada then any other. I would say the two were comparable, but they were different.

 

Misawa vs. Kawada was more like a fight and more heated like an incredible sports contest. Omega vs. Okada I was more spectacular when it came to moves as we’re 23 years later but every bit as dramatic, which is ultimately the goal. What I can say is that while this match was not as heated as either of those two matches, it was more intense, featured better selling, was more dramatic, and told a better story than either.

Everyone is entitled to their own opinion on the greatest match they’ve ever seen. This was better than those two matches that I thought were the best ones I’d ever seen. It was the two best wrestlers in the world at this point in time, both in the best match of their lives. We are seeing history with this Okada championship run and this Omega vs. Okada program. This is the modern version of the 1989 Flair-Steamboat series, which consisted of three major national shows (they also did dozens of house show matches, most of which were close to the level, at least one of which was above the level, of the three national matches, which is something Omega and Okada didn’t do).

 

Omega and Okada are right now scheduled for three matches this year, and after two, they are well ahead in comparison, even factoring in the time and place elements. I don’t know how you could top it, except some day, like everything, it will happen.

 

Okada vs. Omega II basically broke the bank on superlatives, if the first match was one of the few ****** matches in history, this may have been the first Milky Way Galaxy match. And this was hardly the perfect time or place, even if Osaka and Dominion ahead of time looked like it would be. This wasn’t the usual super hot Osaka crowd, and the main event’s bell rang roughly four hours after the start of the show, and followed a match of the year contender with the emotional draining element of Tanahashi, fighting with one arm, beating Naito, who had been destroying and defacing the IC title belt.

 

Omega vs. Okada was a very different match from the first one. The first one went 46:40, building to the key moves late. This time, going 60:00, they had to pull out all the stops. Omega survived multiple Rainmakers, including one just seconds before the finish. Omega finally hit the One Winged Angel, but Okada got his leg over the ropes to stop the count.

 

There was no vibe of a 60:00 main event as the show was going on. The key undercard matches all were given time and if you’re planning a one hour broadway, you normally wouldn’t start it four hours into the show, nor have so many long matches underneath. They were building the apparent finishing sequences around 40:00 in to where it felt like there simply wasn’t enough left to go much longer. At the 50:00 mark, you had to think it was going to a one hour draw, but New Japan had done a finish in the Tenzan vs. Kojima match just 11 seconds shy of 60 minutes in a big 2005 match.

 

There is expected to be a third meeting before the end of the year. Okada’s run as champion over the past year should go down as legendary with the title defenses against Marufuji, the two with Omega, Minoru Suzuki, and Katsuyori Shibata all being among the best matches of the past year, as well as a strong non-title win over Tiger Mask W and a very good match with Bad Luck Fale.

 

The Okada vs. Omega future storyline really revolves around what decision Omega makes come January. If he stays, he should get a long run as champion and be the international face of the company. Given his performances, for Japan, he as champion with Japanese stars chasing him should work, and for expansion internationally, he’s the better face of the company than Okada.

 

This leads to the U.S. title tournament that the company is doing on 7/1 and 7/2 in Long Beach. Omega is in the tournament. For a WWE-weaned modern fan, a U.S. title would seem below the level of Omega, although when WWE put the title on John Cena, its biggest star, the title never meant more. It’s the man who makes the belt today and if Omega wins, it goes from being just another mid-card title, to a main event level title, similar to how Shinsuke Nakamura elevated the IC title, as did Naito, and as likely will Tanahashi.

 

******1/4

 

 

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Първо, КазучИка Окада, а не Казучка.

Второ, Brock Lesnar >>> Kenny Omega. Само Brock имаше ПОНЕ 3 мача, която бяха с левги над всичко останало в целия кеч в световен мащаб, ако не и 4 мача. 

Нужно е да спомена само най-великите 5 минути в кеча от поне 8 години, когато Goldberg и Lesnar срутиха жалкия стадион в Орландо. ПЕТ МИНУТИ! 5 минути, които ще се помнят дълги години, за разлика от общо 2-та часа, в които Kenny Omega се пънеше да се лигави с Okada. Защото качеството е над количеството!

Същата простотия е в Холивуд, където едно време правеха легендарни филми за час и половина, а сега и 3 часа не са им достатъчно.

 

В крайна сметка, в Япония имаше силни мачове, но това беше comeback годината на Brock Lesnar и Goldberg!

 

 

Вражда на годината за 2018 година: baikiro срещу koleda321 (9-6-5-5-1)   🏆🏆🏆

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КазучИка е за малоумните спортс ентертайнери. Я ми обясни ОТВОРКО ти на Накамура ШинсУке ли му викаш или Шинске??? Това някакви фенчета на ентертайнмента дето не са учили японски през живота си да ми обясняват как се произнася името на Окада.....

Не гледам ВВЕ но бързо мога да ти докажа, че не си в час.

Голдберг срещу Брок Леснер (Ресел Мания) ***1/2
Голдберг срещу Кевин Оуенс (Фастлейн) ДУД (нула звезди :rofl:)

Тва му е уъркрейта на това дърво. Около * авередж. 

 

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22 minutes ago, njpw_puroresu said:

КазучИка е за малоумните спортс ентертайнери. Я ми обясни ОТВОРКО ти на Накамура ШинсУке ли му викаш или Шинске??? 

 

Педераст или травестит му викат най-често.

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Какъв Мелцър бе, момче? Най-добрите мачове за 2017 ги решават потребителите на BWC в ето тази тема:

 

 

Марк на годината (2017); (2018).

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4 hours ago, koleda321 said:

Първо, КазучИка Окада, а не Казучка.

И двете са правилни, поне така знам. Аз му викам Казучка. :D 

4 hours ago, njpw_puroresu said:

Не гледам ВВЕ но бързо мога да ти докажа, че не си в час.

Къде ти е запетаята след измисленото "ВВЕ"? 

4 hours ago, njpw_puroresu said:

Голдберг срещу Брок Леснер (Ресел Мания) ***1/2
Голдберг срещу Кевин Оуенс (Фастлейн) ДУД (нула звезди :rofl:)

Тва му е уъркрейта на това дърво. Около * авередж. 

Първо говориш за Леснър, след това пишеш за Голдбърг, ебава се със скуаш мач, което нз какво му е смешното, не знае ни български, ни английски, но твърди, че знае японски, повечко смами дори и от мен...... 

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Шинцука и Ацука Накомора се казват! Също така Кени Окада и Ей Гей Стил! :)

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КУР ЗА СМАРКОВЕТЕ!

 

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DELETE! DELETE! DELETEEAAA!

 

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27 minutes ago, Yulian said:

И двете са правилни, поне така знам. Аз му викам Казучка. :D 

Къде ти е запетаята след измисленото "ВВЕ"? 

Първо говориш за Леснър, след това пишеш за Голдбърг, ебава се със скуаш мач, което нз какво му е смешното, не знае ни български, ни английски, но твърди, че знае японски, повечко смами дори и от мен...... 


Писменият ми български не ми е добре, но не ми е приоритет в момента. Японския и английския ми е по-важен да мога да разбирам Мелцер и да комуникирам с английско говорящи пуро смаркове. Една запетайка съм изпуснал. Голем праз. Нямам време да си гледам постове да търся грешки. Пурорезото не се гледа само. Има над 100 петзвездни мача, това да не ти ВВЕ да имат два петзвездни мача и това да ти е гледането. :rofl:

 

Леснер е прехвален от ентертайнмент феновете. Поредната назобана буца на Винс. Най-голямият му успех в живота беше като взе ИВГП титлата ама тогава Иноки я даваше на некви мемейци зобаджии и разни други отрепка, затва NJPW не можеше да се конкурира с NOAH. Кечисти без петзвезден мач не са ми интересни. Особено такива дето цялата кариера са в ВВЕ, дето ако има нещо което и малко да се доближава до пурото, Мелцер веднага ще даде петзвездния. 

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Аре напиши поне едно нещо както си трябва, бе! "ИВГПВ" ; "ВВЕ"... Боже, ама претенднира, че английския му е приоритет. Няма да се учудя ако си някой бежанец.....

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2 hours ago, njpw_puroresu said:


Писменият ми български не ми е добре, но не ми е приоритет в момента. Японския и английския ми е по-важен да мога да разбирам Мелцер и да комуникирам с английско говорящи пуро смаркове.

 

Ранен кандидат за изказване на годината! :D

 

 

Вражда на годината за 2018 година: baikiro срещу koleda321 (9-6-5-5-1)   🏆🏆🏆

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34 minutes ago, koleda321 said:

Японския и английския ми е по-важен да мога да разбирам Мелцер

This made ma' day! :) 

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8 hours ago, Farest said:

Много е забавно как му се дразните, а той ви ебава по тънкия начин понеже е фейк. Хахахха

Мда........ @hacky да си признава, faker! :) 

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