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NJPW "EXPLOSION", 10/9/06 (WPW)

Tokyo Ryogoku Kokugikan

1. EXPLOSION Opening Match: Yujiro vs. Mitsuhide Hirasawa

2. Marvelous Super Jr. Tag: Wataru Inoue & Ryusuke Taguchi vs. Jushin Thunder Liger & Prince Devitt

3. Gokuaku Special Tag: Toru Yano & Tomohiro Ishii vs. Jado & Gedo

4. La Battaglia Tra Eroi Italiani: Tiger Mask vs. Milano Collection AT

5. Hip Press vs. Hip Attack ~ Ultimate Butt Showdown: Takashi Iizuka & Akebono vs. Shiro Koshinaka & Togi Makabe

6. TACTICS VS. TYRANT: Yuji Nagata & Naofumi Yamamoto vs. Yoshihiro Takayama & Minoru Suzuki

7. Triumph ~ the resistance to authority: Riki Choshu & Manabu Nakanishi vs. Masahiro Chono & Shinsuke Nakamura

8. IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Title: Koji Kanemoto © vs. Minoru

9. IWGP Heavyweight Title: Hiroshi Tanahashi © vs. Hiroyoshi Tenzan

Ето за това си говорим. Шоуто изглежда адски апетитно и след последните storyline развития съм надъхан много сериозно!

Wataru Inoue & Ryusuke Taguchi vs. Jushin Thunder Liger & Prince Devitt - Двете главни надежди на леката дивизия срещу легенда & Prince Devitt! В момента тече много интересна история около Prince Devitt и това, че той иска да става член на CTU (на практика в момента е part-time CTU member ;)), така че предполагам това тук ще изиграе някаква роля в историята. Аз лично стискам палци всичко това да с Devitt да води до преврат в CTU, при който Liger ще бъде изритан като лидер и ще стане отново face, но май не е много вероятен този вариант за съжаление :(. Надеждата умира последна!

Toru Yano & Tomohiro Ishii vs. Jado & Gedo - Уха! Един от топ отборите на японския кеч и може би топ rookie отбора за 2006 в Япония срещу отборните ветерани на леката дивизия. Интересно! Усещам това ще е следващата важна стъпка в отборния разтеж на Yano & Ishii, което може да значи и победа, и загуба в този мач - зависи как точно искат да развият историята;

Takashi Iizuka & Akebono vs. Shiro Koshinaka & Togi Makabe - NEW STABLE!!! От години насам ние New Japan феновете чакаме Tenzan да излезне от сянката на Chono, да направи свой собствен стейбъл и така да се стигне до един як stable war между Team Tenzan/Team Chono/Regular Army и може би още един стейбъл. Днес влизам да видя последните новини и какво да видя - Tenzan е сформирал стейбъл с Koshinaka & Makabe!!! AWESOME! Сега оставя да добавят още 1 или 2 члена и всичко ще е на макс. Та в този мач ще взема да заложа на Koshinaka & Makabe (който наскоро btw спечели една от по-престижните deathmatch титли в Япония и сега е набрал бая скорост);

Yuji Nagata & Naofumi Yamamoto vs. Yoshihiro Takayama & Minoru Suzuki - Nagata & Yamamoto са един много забавен отбор с интересен образ (teacher/student образ, но с малко допълнения). Противниците им? Takayama & Suzuki are back as a team!!! Един от любимите ми хийл отбори от преди няколко години is baaaack! Няма как да не се радвам. Този мач го чакам с голям интерес, макар и резултата да е ясен;

Tiger Mask vs. Milano Collection AT - Това пък е нещо като дрийм мач, мач между двамата "италиански идола" в компанията (Tiger Mask по принцип има солиден fan base в Италия). Milano напредва в леката дивизия и това само може да ме радва. Ако спечели тук значи вероятно ще се задръжи в компанията още време;

Riki Choshu & Manabu Nakanishi vs. Masahiro Chono & Shinsuke Nakamura - Ей, много яко се изкефих на завръщането на Nakamura. Всички очакваха да дойде и да спаси компанията, а той взе, че се присъедини към Masahiro F`N Chono! SWERVE! Тук ще мачка, няма как;

Koji Kanemoto © vs. Minoru - Този мач го строят вече няколко месеца и беше крайно време да се състои. Ще ми се да заложа на Minoru, но Kanemoto напоследък мачка, така че работата е 50/50. Teзи двамата винаги правят добри мачове помежду си;

Hiroshi Tanahashi © vs. Hiroyoshi Tenzan - Добър buildup, 50/50 шанс и за двамата, Tanahashi & Tenzan работят добре заедно, и двамата са във възход, абе изобщо всичко е на макс. Шоуто е пълно! Хмм, верно не мога да реша кой има по-голям шанс за победа. Айде Tanahashi да речем;

Абе изобщо много, много съм доволен. Почти всички кечисти имат истории, образи и насока и като цяло има няколко много интригуващи storylines, booking-a e добър, както и match quality-то по принцип. След няколко години на съмнителни решения породени от backstage bullshit, тази година New Japan се представят много добре и определено са all-around the best puro promotion of 2006 (заедно с Big Japan де ;)).

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УАУ!Карда изглежда адски солиден и съм адски надъхан да гледам шоуто.Най-сетне дойде момента 2006 G1 Climax winner-а да се бие за титлата и според мен той ще излезе победител,но е възможно и Tanahashi да излезе победител.Другите мачове също ги чакам с нетърпение и особено Kanemoto vs. Minoru защото те двамата са ми любимите lightheavweights в Япония!

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"EXPLOSION" marked New Japan's fifth advance on Sumo Hall this year and behind the G1 final, was the second most successful, drawing about an 80% capacity crowd. In February and March, the "Global Standard" (aka Brock Lesnar) as the selling point was only able to fill Sumo Hall about 60%, but today's pureblood-driven card did much better. After a disasterous G1 campaign, young ace Hiroshi Tanahashi overcame a brutal challenge from "New Mr. G1" Hiroyoshi Tenzan to make a successful V1 defense of the IWGP Heavyweight Champion. It was IWGP vs. G1, Tenzan having clean sweeped the G1 without loss, having then beaten his former teacher on the following tour, then having launched his own faction. So for Tanahashi, who went 2-2 in the G1 and missed the final stages, today's victory over Tenzan was very meaningful. Tenzan took his new comrades, Koshinaka and Makabe, to the ring with him and looked to cap off two months of outstanding success. Tenzan overwhelmed Tanahashi with power in the opening part of the match, using Mongolian chops, headbutts, slaps, and a delayed brainbuster. Although Tanahashi rebounded, he struggled to control the pace of the match. The action quickened later on, with some exciting moments. Tenzan hit a diving headbutt and TTD, then applied the Anaconda Vice, but Tanahashi lived through this crisis and escaped. A missed moonsault press from Tenzan marked the beginning of Tanahashi's counterattack, the champion levelling his challenger with a Shining Wizard. After a Dragon sleeper, Tanahashi hit his Dragon suplex hold for a two count, Tenzan somehow kicking out! Tenzan drove Tanahashi into the mat with the Anaconda slam and re-applied his Anaconda Vice, Tanahashi almost passing out before reversing it into a cutback cradle for a near fall. They traded lariats (two from Tenzan) and enzuigiris (two from Tanahashi), and Tanahashi barely escaped the Original TTD that Tenzan wanted to use for his grandmother, but that Tanahashi just avoided and in doing so avoided losing the match. After some more back and forth, Tanahashi hit two Sling Blades, a release Dragon suplex, then flew off the top rope with his High Fly Flow (Superfly splash) for the three count and successful defense! No one, including Tanahashi's young generation rival, appeared to challenge him after the match, leaving him to enjoy the victory. Tanahashi declined an interview, but told the fans he loved them and received many cheers. There were indications backstage that Nagata or Nakanishi may challenge next, as Tanahashi wants to exceed the third generation to truly usher a new era.

Two years ago to the day on the infamous Sumo Hall show headlined by Fujita vs. Kensuke, Minoru Tanaka betrayed his old friend Kanemoto during a Junior Stars reunion, and joined CTU. Two years later, the two junior titans met again in an IWGP Jr. vs. Best of the Super Jr. collision that has been built towards ever since Minoru's Super Jr. victory. Despite winning the title in May, this was just Kanemoto's first defense in his fifth reign as champion. It was a match that saw lots of great technical wrestling, with the pace picking up later on, leading to an explosive close of near falls and submissions. 30 minutes passed, but they kept fighting, each man willing himself on and not wanting to lose to his greatest rival. Although both survived many of each others' moves in a scorching finale, Kanemoto's ankle hold continued to serve him well, the G1 Climax semi finalist continuing to reign as saikyo junior when Minoru tapped out! Kanemoto said after the match that he appreciates Minoru, and that they had completed a fresh match today. He believes today's defense was one of his most important ever as IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Champion, having beaten his rival in one of their best matches. Kanemoto said he is "the" New Japan junior, but without the support of fans, he wouldn't be able to do his best. So he thanked his fans to loud cheers, and the "golden team" of Tanahashi & Kanemoto will now officially be formed in the G1 Tag League!

"Black Savior" Shinsuke Nakamura finally returned home today after half a year of training in America. Nakamura debuted his new team with Chono against the power fighting combination of Choshu & Nakamura, four generations of New Japan trueborns in one ring. Nakanishi entered first, followed by Chono, then Choshu, and finally Nakamura. Nakamura wore new short tights and showed off his macho body that made him look truly heavyweight. Unfortunately, this match turned out to be the disappointment of the show. No, Shinsuke wasn't necessarily a disappointment individually, because he didn't get chance to be one, having very little time in what was a strange match where the returning wonderkid only got to make his presence felt a few times. Despite his UP in power, Nakamura still found he has a wall to cross, losing a test of strength against New Japan's resident power warrior, Nakanishi, who didn't seem too phased by Nakamura's new strength and refused to become a test subject for him. At the end, Nakamura finally started showing his new power, taking on both Choshu and Nakanishi with authority, and finally using his new finisher (on both), which is a modified fireman's carry into a vertical drop (only wasn't quite vertical drop today), for the win (over Choshu). After the match, Yamamoto (who criticized Nakamura's overseas excursion some time back) rushed into the ring and attacked Nakamura, picking a quarrel with his former dojo classmate and possibly setting up a singles match for the near future. Nakamura threw him away and backstage said he is back for the IWGP Heavyweight Title and wants Tanahashi to give it back to him. From now on, he plans to polish his skills and forcibly change the balance of power in New Japan. He isn't naming his new moves (all of which he didn't show today) yet, as he wants to warm them up first. Although it was hardly an explosive return, eyes will continue to be on Nakamura as he returns to the tour circuit and settles back in, the G1 Tag League beginning a week from now.

Former IWGP Tag Team Champions, Yoshihiro Takayama & Minoru Suzuki, revived their team for just the second time since Takayama's return from injury. The first time was in BIG MOUTH LOUD when they defeated Nagata & Murakami, Suzuki choking out Murakami on that day. Today, they again met their rival Nagata, who has a history with both, but his partner this time was young prodigy, Yamamoto. As expected, it was a severe lesson for Yamamoto, with the question never being who would lose, but how long Yamamoto would last and how well he'd fight. Well, the first ten minutes were almost a complete slaughter, as the famous foreign enemy team toyed with Yamamoto and taunted an increasingly frustrated Nagata at the same time. Nagata was eventually tagged in and did his work, taking on both Takayama and and the Triple Crown Champion with effect. Yamamoto later returned and came good with some offense, troubling Takayama a little. However, Takayama countered Yamamoto's backdrop with a kneelift and went on to win with a picture perfect "Everest" German suplex hold. Former IWGP Provisional Tag Team Champions, Koshinaka & Makabe, continued to frustrate Akebono today. The two were triumphant in the "ketsu" battle, defeating Akebono & Iizuka. As expected, there were many hip attacks from both Koshinaka and Akebono, the crowd "OI!"'ing along to them. In the end though, it was the other two who decided the match, Makabe hitting Iizuka with a low blow, then cradling him with a three count to continue his good form of late that led to him winning the WEW World Title (which he carried today). Koshinaka & Makabe will battle Choshu & Akebono on 10/26 in the G1 Tag League, and the 64th generation Yokozuna isn't likely to be in a good mood that day. Heroes of Italy did battle in a special singles match that brought Milano to the ball game in the New Japan junior division. Milano defeated one of the long-standing forts of the junior division and the current NWA Jr. Heavyweight Champion, Tiger Mask. Milano unleashed a heel fight that Tiger may not have been expecting, and was described as "the best Tiger Hunter (of this generation) yet". Milano got the big breakthrough with a low blow, and followed with a strange cradle, listed as a "Jorge Rivera-style llave" by New Japan. After the match, Milano completed his celebration by ripping off Tiger's mask and taking it as a prize. To be sure, after somewhat limited success with the heavyweights, Milano announced himself as a major threat to all junior titles today and later in the show, was seen at ringside during the junior title match with CTU.

Heel tags teams from both weight classes collided, with Yano & Ishii showing how they have grown this year by overcoming IWGP Jr. Tag Team Champions, Jado & Gedo. It wasn't easy though, and in fact the famous junior tandem dominated much of the match, Yano bleeding badly until his blond hair was dyed red. In the end though, Yano & Ishii's teamwork and heavyweight strength guided them to victory as the two debuted a new combination technique, an Oni Koroshi (from Yano)/lariat (from Ishii), which resembles a Double Impact (Doomsday Device). Both teams will be in the G1 Tag League, so this was something of a preview. Prince Devitt's remarkable growth in New Japan also continued. Since graduating from the dojo, Devitt has quickly improved and has already bypassed the young lion stage, making a name for himself in the junior division. Throughout the last tour, Devitt tried to impress CTU enough to get in, and while most of them were satisfied, Liger was grumpy and not so easy to please. Today, he witnessed Devitt's skill directly, as the two defeated Wataru & Taguchi in a good match. There was a moment where things threatened to go horribly wrong for the Irishman, when a missile kick hit Liger instead of the opposition, but he came good and pinned Wataru with a brainbuster. Liger praised Devitt after the match, and it looks like he's finally been accepted into the role as CTU's new young prodigy! Opening match rivals began the show, former amaresu stars Yujiro and Hirasawa doing battle. Yujiro is clearly ready to move up the card at any point and has been for a while, and showed the difference in strength and experience today, beating Hirasawa convincingly with a lariat. It is customary on the big October show each year for New Japan to announce the 1/4 Tokyo Dome show. Today there was no announcement, raising questions about exactly what will happen on 1/4 next year. Although it would be nice to keep the tradition running, it just seems out of the question right now, but we should know what they plan soon.

NJPW "EXPLOSION", 10/9/06 (WPW)

Tokyo Ryogoku Kokugikan

1. EXPLOSION Opening Match: Yujiro beat Mitsuhide Hirasawa (5:45) with a lariat.

2. Marvelous Super Jr. Tag: Jushin Thunder Liger & Prince Devitt beat Wataru Inoue & Ryusuke Taguchi (12:50) when Devitt used a brainbuster on Inoue.

3. Gokuaku Special Tag: Toru Yano & Tomohiro Ishii beat Jado & Gedo (10:12) when Ishii pinned Jado after a lariat & Oni Koroshi combination.

4. La Battaglia Tra Eroi Italiani: Milano Collection AT beat Tiger Mask (10:49) with a Jorge Rivera-style llave.

5. Hip Press vs. Hip Attack ~ Ultimate Butt Showdown: Shiro Koshinaka & Togi Makabe beat Takashi Iizuka & Akebono (10:23) when Makabe used a horizontal cradle on Iizuka.

6. TACTICS VS. TYRANT: Yoshihiro Takayama & Minoru Suzuki beat Yuji Nagata & Naofumi Yamamoto (16:54) when Takayama used an Everest German suplex hold on Yamamoto.

7. Triumph ~ the resistance to authority: Masahiro Chono & Shinsuke Nakamura beat Riki Choshu & Manabu Nakanishi (10:54) when Nakamura used a modified fireman's carry -> vertical drop on Choshu.

8. IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Title: Koji Kanemoto © beat Minoru (33:39) with an ankle hold (1st defense).

9. IWGP Heavyweight Title: Hiroshi Tanahashi © beat Hiroyoshi Tenzan (26:45) with the High Fly Flow (1st defense).

Просто идеално. Няма дори и един мач, от който да не съм доволен като изход. Сега само остава до края на седмицата да изгледам нещата и всичко ще е на шест. New Japan 2006 rocks the puro scene!

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Нещата се развиат в много добра насока.Сега като се замисля загубата на Tenzan е логична,но мисля че след време той отново трябва да има мач за титлата и да го спечели.Да се надяваме,че до седмица,две ще съм изгледал шоуто,защото програмата ми в момента е доста натоварена.

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