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NJPW - card + RESULTS за 3 Maй 2006, Lesnar vs Bernard!


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1. New Japan & Pro Wrestling KAGEKI Special Match - 2/3 Falls: El Samurai, Ryusuke Taguchi, Wataru Inoue, Prince Devitt, Azteca (KAGEKI) & KAZE (KAGEKI) vs. Jushin Thunder Liger, Jado, Gedo, Hirooki Goto, Diablo (KAGEKI) & Kurokage (KAGEKI)

2. Naofumi Yamamoto vs. Shiro Koshinaka

3. Hiroyoshi Tenzan vs. Tomohiro Ishii

4. Hiroshi Tanahashi vs. Toru Yano

5. Yuji Nagata vs. Togi Makabe

6. Riki Choshu & Manabu Nakanishi vs. Masahiro Chono & Black Strong Machine

7. IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Title: Tiger Mask © vs. Koji Kanemoto

8. IWGP Heavyweight Title: Brock Lesnar © vs. Giant Bernard

Като цяло шоуто е средно по-важност, но определено има неща, които много ме заинтересуваха. Естествено най-вече искам да видя главния мач. Тази седмица приключи New Japan Cup, който беше турнир на принципа на директна елиминация като победителят получава title shot срещу Lesnar. Като цяло се получи много интересен турнир. Финалът беше Yuji Nagata vs Giant Bernard и засега feedback-a от този мач е, че е бил New Japan MOTY за 2006. Пак по време на New Japan Cup имаше rematch от 4 Януари между Giant Bernard & Manabu Nakanishi, който мач също получи много добри хвалби за качество. Още не съм имал възможността да ги гледам, но по принцип откакто напусна WWE определено мнението ми за Albert/A-Train/Giant Bernard се промени коренно. Преди го смятах за посредствен кечист, а сега съм на мнението, че Bernard f`n rulz и в момента ми е един от любимите big man workers, да не казвам и един от най-добрите big man workers! Сериозно нямам търпение да ги видя тези двата мача, както и мача с Леснар (който не очаквам да е много добър btw и то главно заради Леснар). Bernard все още няма загуба в New Japan и като се има предвид, че Леснар иска да ходи в MMA не бих се учудил федерацията да реши да махне титлата от Леснар, та да не би евентуално Брок да изложи компанията в MMA. Иначе договорът на Брок е за още два мача, като за всеки мач Брок получава по 30 хиляди долара.

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Shawn_Michaels

Ми добре се очертава като цяло :) .От card-a искам да видя мача на Леснър и тоя на Tanahashi :)

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Много яко шоу се очертава,ако го пуснат в PWT или XWT ще остана доволен.Най-голямо впечетление ми правят първия мач и Main Enveta,който трябва да е много як.Брок и Бернард много ме кефят.Снимката на Гиант рулзззз :)

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nWoHulkster

1. New Japan & Pro Wrestling KAGEKI Special Match - 2/3 Falls: Jushin Thunder Liger, Jado, Gedo, Hirooki Goto, Diablo  (KAGEKI) & Kurokage (KAGEKI) beat El Samurai, Ryusuke Taguchi, Wataru Inoue, Prince Devitt, Azteca (KAGEKI) & KAZE (KAGEKI) (16:19). Diablo used a powerbomb on KAZE (7:14). Gedo used a Superfly splash on Taguchi (16:19).

2. Shiro Koshinaka beat Naofumi Yamamoto (8:11) with a diving hip attack.

3. Hiroyoshi Tenzan beat Tomohiro Ishii (11:16) with the TTD.

4. Hiroshi Tanahashi beat Toru Yano (12:36) with a backslide.

5. Yuji Nagata beat Togi Makabe (11:41) with the Nagata Lock IV.

6. Riki Choshu & Manabu Nakanishi beat Masahiro Chono & Black Strong Machine (9:55) when Choshu used a lariat on Machine.

7. IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Title: Koji Kanemoto beat Tiger Mask © (19:27) with a Falcon Arrow to become the 50th champion.

8. IWGP Heavyweight Title: Brock Lesnar © beat Giant Bernard (14:32) with the Verdict (3rd defense).

"Global Standard" Brock Lesnar is still on top. The IWGP Heavyweight Champion is approaching his seventh month with the title, and many thought it would be another monster from America, Giant Bernard, who would end Lesnar's dominant reign today. However, Lesnar pulled through in his V3 defense, narrowly beating the New Japan Cup winner. Bernard overpowered Lesnar in the early stages, driving him to the outside. The two exchanged lariats, then the match became unexpectedly "Japanese". Bernard entered the match with an injured arm, which was bandaged up from the NJC, and Lesnar targetted it with techniques such as the wakigatame. Lesnar also tried other approaches, at one point hitting a big front suplex and even trying to win with an inside cradle, showing urgency to defeat Bernard. Bernard made a counterattack later, hitting a neck-hanging bomb and corner press, but Lesnar caught Bernard with a toe kick to the midsection, then dropped him with the Verdict to end perhaps his toughest, and certainly his longest, IWGP match yet. New Japan acknowledged this as the first foreigner vs. foreigner IWGP Heavyweight Title match since Vader vs. Hansen in 1990 (noting that Akebono has Japanese citizenship). Lesnar avoided announcing his future course of action after the match, simply shouting, "I'll receive anyone's challenge!". He is approaching Vader and Norton's foreigner defense record (four successful defenses). Bernard said he had dirtied the signboard of New Japan today, and ashamed of his failure, demanded a rematch. The big talk has been about Lesnar's new relations with K-1 and whether he will begin an MMA career in the near future. Antonio Inoki met with Lesnar yesterday and they sat down for the press. Inoki made a surprising comment, saying Lesnar most likely would not appear in K-1 HERO's (the MMA group he would work for if he signed with K-1). Inoki also proposed a Japan vs. USA super-show this year to Simon, which would be centered on the New Japan/TNA working agreement. Simon told Tokyo Sports the other day that talks had not taken place between K-1 and Lesnar, and that the press had exaggerated it. Lesnar has one match left on his current New Japan deal, but apparently wants to keep appearing beyond that. However, he also wants to pursue MMA at the same time, but he has barely begun early training yet, so it might not be until New Year's Eve or so that he debuts, assuming he does reach an agreement with K-1.

Koji Kanemoto ascended to the top of the junior division again after a long time, ending Tiger Mask's third reign as IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Champion and beginning his fifth! Kanemoto, whose fourth reign was the most popular in recent years, won the belt back just over three years after losing it to who else but Tiger Mask. As always, there was a mixture of strikes, submissions, and suplexes, Kanemoto missing a moonsault press, which led to Tiger taking apart that leg. The pace quickened later on, going back and forth, and when it seemed that it was Tiger suplex hold time, Kanemoto countered skillfully with his ankle hold. Shortly after, Kanemoto hit a stiff Falcon Arrow (which was mistaken for a Square Driver by some, so it must have been pretty brutal) for the three count and title! One thing to remember is that Tiger's NWA Jr. Heavyweight Title was not on the line today, so both of these men will enter the Best of the Super Jr. with prestigious singles titles. They are also in the same BOSJ block, so Tiger Mask has a chance to avenge not only this loss, but his 12/11/05 loss to Aniki. Tiger promised to bounce back by winning the BOSJ for the third time in a row. Four singles matches took place underneath today, three with a "youth vs. veteran" theme. Nagata debuted the Nagata Lock IV, the specifics of which I'm not sure of yet, to defeat Makabe, just as he did in the NJC. Tanahashi was able to overcome Yano, but had to come from behind with a backslide for the win. Like in their G1 match last year, the fans supported Yano more than Tanahashi, calling his name. Once again, Ishii made a good impression by dying a noble death against a top veteran, lasting over 10 minutes before going down to Tenzan's TTD. Koshinaka drove some of his professional wrestling knowledge into honor student Yamamoto, beating him today in what was Koshinaka's first New Japan tour appearance since leaving in January, 2003, to join Choshu's World Japan. Koshinaka will work the next two shows, but its unknown if he will appear after that. Today's opener started things off in vintage junior style, with a lightning fast paced 2/3 Falls Match with a Jr. Sekigun/KAGEKI technicos vs. CTU/KAGEKI rudos theme. The heels won it in two straight falls, Diablo powerbombing KAZE in the first and Gedo pinning Taguchi in the second to gain more steam going into Kyoto's big IWGP Jr. Tag match.

Идеално, никакви оплаквания нямам от резултатите. Booking-a е солиден.

Между другото, ето го "дебюта" на Леснар в K-1/Hero`s

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xMIkWRBJdAk...k&search=lesnar

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Brock_Lesnar

Йес Брок пак мачка,а Албърт нови татуитоврки си е направил и се е обръснал :P .Ще го погледна този мач,като го срещна.

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