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Top 5: Matches Of The Week (Ending 3/4/2018)

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Well last week was dominated by two big events, NJPW/ROH Honor Rising and Elimination Chamber. This week’s matches have a little more versatility among match types, but are still dominated by two companies, WWE and Dragon Gate.

Before going into this week, we need to address the winner from last week. In what was a very close and spread out vote, The Women’s Elimination Chamber, managed to not only make history for WWE, but also be the last entry into the February pool.

February Pool:

Raw: Sasha Banks vs Asuka
NJPW: Kazuchika Okada vs SANADA
205 Live: Drew Gulak vs Tony Nese
WWE: Women’s Elimination Chamber

Now let’s see what this week offers for March:

 

5. NXT: Shayna Baszler vs Kairi Sane


A rematch of the Mae Young Classic Finals, that was set up nicely with Shayna’s reign of terror.

The first thing to take from this, is Kairi is a wonderful face in peril. She’s so smiley and adorable, that the way she emotes during a match really makes it easy to tell when she’s serious, in trouble or hurt. So with Shayna being the big bad heel who doesn’t give you much more than “I like to hurt people”, it was all down to Sane to sell the match.

It was constructed nicely with both women getting in timely moves and having chances to win, all throughout the match. However, Kairi did seem a little more desperate, and in the end that cost her. As she fell victim to the Kirifuda Driver. Decent match all around, nothing super special, but it did really get across the dynamic for the two wrestlers in the match.

Shayna did make her intentions obvious by calling out Ember again. So we could be headed for the rubber match at Takeover.

Rating: ** 3/4 (Silver I)

 

4. Dragon Gate Champion Gate: Dragon Kid & Kagetora vs Luchador Bandido & Zachary Wentz

After an injury sidelined Dragon Kid for a few months, he’s been back for a few weeks, and still as crisp as ever.

This was the official opening match to the March 3rd show, and it kicked things off to a fever pitch. A lot of respect shown between Bandido and Dragon, whereas Kagetora and Wentz went after each other full boar.

The match showcased a lot of high flying, tag maneuvers and each member trying to one up the other. It ended with Kid landing a Crucifix pin (he calls Bible) on Bandido. Good match, got things going, but also was one of the better matches on the entire card. So, for the show in general it might’ve been better suited for the next day.

Rating: *** (Gold V)

3. 205 Live: Roderick Strong vs Kalisto


I think this is Kalisto’s debut on the Top 5, and may be his best match in his WWE career.

Their styles were very complimentary, cause where Kalisto does the erratic “Lucha Thing”, he tends to get sloppy. So Strong, bringing the grounded approach, allowed for space between moves and more spots to adjust what could’ve been a botch in other matches.

Both guys put on a great show here, even got the crowd to chant 2-0-5. I didn’t rate this higher mainly for the fact that the match lacked a sense of urgency and there’s a whole exchange in the corner that started with seating Kalisto on the top rope, and I didn’t get that at all. Everything from that spot looked awkward and too cooperative, and when the announcers don’t know what kind of mid air rolling close your eyes and pray move you pulled off, that’s not really positive.

So even though Strong helped to cover a lot of Kalisto’s weaknesses, it’s still Kalisto, and he managed to sneak in some stuff that just leaves you scratching your head. Thankfully, Strong picked up the win with End of Heartache, and moves on to face Cedric Alexander in the Semi-Finals.

Rating: *** 1/4 (Gold IV)

 

Honorable Mentions:

NXT: Velveteen Dream vs Tyler Bate
Rating: ** 1/2 (Silver II)

WBW: Tag Team Championship Match: The Boglin Kings (c) vs The PM Experience
Rating: ** 1/2 (Silver II) – You can listen to our interview with one half of the still reigning champion Boglin Kings, Mathias Thrasher, March 16th on Chairshot Raido

 

2. Smackdown Live: John Cena vs AJ Styles

Cena came over to Smackdown looking for an opportunity, and he was granted this match with AJ Styles. If he wins, he gets added to the main event of Fastlane, if he loses, it’s back to the corner for him.

The match started off slow, but built nicely upon Cena’s frustration. His face showed more stress and pain than usual, his moves were deliberate and it was obvious he was trying to prove something. Styles on the other hand, didn’t put on a bad match at all, but didn’t bring the same fire as Cena. I’m almost curious if his character is supposed to be frustrated with management to the point of not being able to leave it all in the ring.

Well, Cena wins the match, and it was a perfectly fine match. A few clunky spots here and there but was a more than acceptable TV main event.

Rating: *** 1/4 (Gold IV)

 

1. Dragon Gate Champion Gate: Open the Dream Gate Championship Match: Masaaki Mochizuk (c) vs Ben-K


Now this is an interesting match, since I’m not a huge fan of Mochizuki but Ben-K has a lot of potential. Mochizuki’s last match and this one, are the best of his 4 title defenses. He shows so many aspects of his game, and makes his opponents look fantastic in the process.

Early on Mochizuki had a distinct advantage and was landing round kicks like they were going out of style, but a big spear from Ben-K knocked Mochizuki out of the ring. From that point forward the match was on like Donkey Kong. Ben-K showcased his power with multiple gutwrentch suplexes, power bombs and spears, while Mochizuki kept trying to create some space with stiff kicks and submission attempts.

Mochizuki went to the triangle armbar about four times in this match, and 3 times Ben-K was able to stand and powerbomb his way out of it. However, that fourth time, he stood, and then promptly collapsed. So winner by choking the life out of the guy and STILL Open the Dream Gate Champion, Masaaki Mochizuki.

Rating: **** 1/4 (Platinum IV)

 

Now this is another one of those weeks where I’m gonna follow suit with my rankings on which one I pick, however, I doubt it will win the week. In the next few days it should be posted up to Rutube.ru – check it out if you have time.

And for February, come on, did you see the Okada vs SANADA match? That was a fantastic display for both men, and it would be a crime and a shame if it doesn’t win the month.

Until next week everyone – keep on using your head!


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NXT: Don’t Call Them Up, Vince

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“Call me up Vince.” Those the words scrawled across the back of the Velveteen Dream’s gear last night at NXT Takeover Brooklyn 4. Obviously a not so subtle message that the Dream feels he’s ready for the call up to the main roster. Mauro Ranallo even made mention of it.

You can see why Velveteen Dream would want them to call him up at this point. Despite still only being 22 years old he’s already mastered his character which is over with the fans as well as being phenomenal in the ring. Having said that I don’t think he or anyone on NXT should be called up come RAW or SmackDown.

Now I know that post WrestleMania and post SummerSlam are when a number of NXT talents are called up because this are when they start to tell new stories and they can slide these new people into these new stories. The reason I don’t think anyone should be called up yet is because the main roster is struggling with the call ups they have at the moment.

Post WrestleMania 34 alone we got Authors Of Pain, Ember Moon, No Way Jose and Drew McIntyre called up to RAW and Sanity, the IIconics, Andrade “Cien” Almas and Zelina Vega to SmackDown. That’s too many call ups in my opinion.

Drew is doing well in his alliance with Dolph Ziggler and Almas is slowly building momentum but the others barely appear on TV at the moment. The IIconics started out good beating down Charlotte so Carmella could cash in but what have they done since?

Ember Moon had a great showing in the Women’s Money in the Bank match but then we didn’t see her until this past week’s RAW. I think the tables match with the New Day is the only match Sanity have won since they got called up. And this is before we get into past call ups who are doing nothing right now such as Tye Dillinger, Bobby Roode, the Riott Squad, the Revival the list goes on.

The problem is there’s too many people on the roster at the minute and not enough TV time to go around. You can understand that on SmackDown but RAW’s three hours. How can there be nothing for you on a three hour show?

WWE seems so desperate to call people up regardless if they have anything for them creatively. If that’s the case then why not just leave in NXT for a while longer where they can continue to be used effectively. I don’t want a well rounded character like Velveteen Dream called up to just be another guy who’s lost in the shuffle.

This is a rare point where I think no one really needs called up. Undisputed Era are clearly not done as they still hold the tag titles. Johnny Gargano might be legitimately injured so he’s not going up. Aleister Black won’t go up at least until he gets his rematch.

EC3 could go up because I actually think he’s wasted in NXT. After last night I think his style suits the main roster more than it does NXT. Shayna could be called up if the 4 Horsewomen vs 4 Horsewomen rumors are true.

For now I’m hoping WWE just leave people in NXT if they don’t have anything for them. Don’t screw up anyone else please.


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Top 5 Matches: Week Ending 8/19/2018

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Oh my god, plans on Saturday meant I had to watch TakeOver and SummerSlam back to back, so I’m soo tired. Also I didn’t have the time to watch any outside stuff, so for everyone who was mad about all the G1 Climax matches, this will be all NXT/WWE.

So before we get into the Top 5 this week, we need to address the winner from last week. G1 Climax 28 Finals Hiroshi Tanahashi vs Kota Ibushi, won by a decent margin, but Kota Ibushi vs Kenny Omega had the lead for a portion of the week.

Anyway, let’s see what we got to work with this week.

 

5. WWE SummerSlam: Daniel Bryan vs The Miz

From My Coverage:

Another really good match, with solid ring work and an overall story that you can sink your teeth into. Daniel kept wanting to make Miz pay for the verbal harassment last few years and to prove he’s a joke of a wrestler. The Miz just wanted to prove that his style is the best style for professional wrestling, and that he was superior because of it.

Both men pulled off the signature Roundhouse Kicks, Bryan doing his best Strong Style impression as he kept pushing forward into Miz’s kicks. Daniel kicks out of a Skull Crushing Finale, Miz fights to the ropes while in the Yes Lock, just a lot of good spots and moments where you weren’t sure who was going to win, Daniel hits a big Avalanche Belly to Back Suplex, and Miz moves out of the way to make sure Daniel kicks the ring post.  A lot of good back and forth.

The finish comes when the match spills to the outside in front of Maryse in the crowd with the baby, and it looks like she hands Miz something. So Miz absorbs some more punishment to shield the foreign object from the referee, and as Bryan goes for a Suicide Dive, Miz just cold cocks him with the Loaded Fist. He gives the item back to Maryse and slides into the ring for the pinfall victory.

Winner: The Miz via Loaded Left Hand

Rating: **** 1/2

 

4.  WWE SummerSlam Intercontinental Championship Match: Seth Rollins vs Dolph Ziggler (c)

WWE SummerSlam Rollins vs Ziggler

From My Coverage:

Well it looks like they have Ambrose’s return being a reunion tour of sorts. Return from the injury and be a deciding factor in the match, it makes sense.

When it comes down to the match, it was pretty damn good. The dynamic between McIntyre and Ambrose on the outside for most of the match was tenuous and added a different air to the match. It started off very deliberately paced and didn’t really feel like it sped up until Rollins hit a Reverse Superplex into a Sidewalk Slam for a near fall.

McIntyre gets involved by taking out Ambrose, allowing Ziggler to hit a Zig Zag for 2. Ambrose then nullifies McIntyre with Dirty Deeds, Seth hits a Super Kick before Ziggler can, and wins with a Curb Stomp, Blackout, The Stomp…whatever they call it anymore. Match told a solid story, so I guess we’re gonna see different iterations of tag matches and maybe even McIntyre getting a shot at the title by Hell in the Cell.

Winner: Rollins via Stomp

Rating: **** 1/2

 

3. NXT Takeover Brooklyn 4 NXT Tag Team Title Match: Undisputed Era (c) vs Moustache Mountain

From My Coverage:

NXT really likes the tag teams to go on early, but this match lived up to the story. The third match in about 5 weeks, with both teams getting one win, the rubber match was damn good.

Numerous callbacks to their previous matches, including the towel spot. Tyler Bate still did that stupid Fireman’s Carry/Giant Swing move, with makes no sense, but the match still flowed well. Trent Seven pulled off a move I’ve never seen him do, which looked like a Vertical Suplex lift, into a Flowsion, But the pace was so fast it felt a little too much, there were even times it looked like Kyle O’Reilly wasn’t quite ready when Strong was calling for tags.

Aside from nit picks, this was the best match I’ve seen between the two, I just wish it was paced slower. Undisputed Era came out the gates hot, and aside from one moment where O’Reilly had Tyler Bate in a Heel Hook submission, the frantic pace never seemed to change.

After Kyle kicks out of a Burning Hammer/Knee Drop tandem move, Strong slides in to cut off Bate and they land Total Elimination out of nowhere. The ending seemed a little abrupt, but with how the match was paced, it seemed very fitting.

Winner: Undisputed Era via Total Elimination

Rating: **** 3/4

 

Honorable Mentions:

WWE SummerSlam WWE Championship Match: AJ Styles (c) vs Samoa Joe
Winner: Samoa Joe via DQ
Rating: **** 1/4
NXT Takeover Brooklyn 4 NXT Women’s Championship Match: Kairi Sane vs Shayna Baszler (c)
Winner: Sane via Submission Reversal Roll
Rating: **** 1/4
WWE SummerSlam SmackDown Women’s Title Match: Charlotte Flair vs Carmella (c) vs Becky Lynch
Winner: Charlotte via Natural Selection
Rating: ****
NXT Takeover Brooklyn 4: EC3 vs Velveteen Dream
Winner: Dream via Purple Rainmaker Elbow
Rating: *** 3/4
WWE SummerSlam Cruiserweight Championship Match: Cedric Alexander (c) vs Drew Gulak
Winner: Cedric via Cradle
Rating: *** 3/4
Lucha Underground Gift of the Gods Championship Match: Dragon Azteca Jr (c) vs Killshot
Winner: Dragon Azteca Jr via Tornado DDT
Rating: *** 1/2
WWE SummerSlam SmackDown Tag Team Titles: Bludgeon Brothers (c) vs The New Day
Winner: New Day via DQ
Rating: *** 1/2
Lucha Underground Trios Championship Match: The Snake Tribe vs Son of Havoc, Killshot & The Mack
Winner: Snake Tribe via Shoulder Breaker
Rating: *** 1/4
WWE SummerSlam United States Championship Match: Shinsuke Nakamura (c) vs Jeff Hardy
Winner: Nakamura via Kinshasa
Rating: *** 1/4
WWE SummerSlam Universal Championship Match: Roman Reigns vs Brock Lesnar (c)
Winner: Reigns via Spear
Rating: ***
WWE SummerSlam Raw Tag Team Championship Match: B-Team (c) vs The Revival
Winner: B-Team via Inside Cradle
Rating: ***

 

2. NXT Takeover Brooklyn 4 NXT North American Championship Match: Adam Cole (c) vs Ricochet

From My Coverage:

Ricochet’s talent versus Adam Cole’s ego. Not sure if the battle is which is better or which is bigger, but it should be fun to watch.

Adam Cole talked smack most of this match, but the exchanges were pretty impressive. Cole showed a lot of spots of being the clever heel, but Ricochet threw haymakers and Cole ran out of answers. Tiger Feint in the corner ropes, Fosbury Flop, Inside Out Frankensteiner off the apron, all big impressive moves. But Cole had fantastic moments from timing a Thrust Kick perfectly to dodge the Asai Moonsault and kick Ricochet in the face as well as a nice Backstabber catching Ricochet mid Back Handspring.

The climax moment had to be the strike exchange that ended in a random near fall. Going back and forth and then Adam Cole falling on top of Ricochet made you wonder if the match was gonna end in a fluke way, or if Ricochet would realize what was going on. As you can see, Ricochet realized, overcame and picked up his first WWE championship.

All in all, the selling was solid, the story it was telling was great and amplified by Adam Cole running his mouth in the ring. It’s just one of those special moments and this was the first glance the WWE Universe got to see at a really great Ricochet match.

Winner: Ricochet via 630 Senton

Rating: *****

 

1. NXT Takeover Brooklyn 4 NXT Championship Last Man Standing Match: Johnny Gargano vs Tommaso Ciampa (c)

From My Coverage:

Best friends turned bitter rivals, who love gimmick matches. I’m fully aware this is only a match because Aleister Black got legitimately injured, but I also can’t stop myself from being burnt out by this story. Hopefully whatever happens in this rubber match, puts some space between these two.

Well this match starts off slowly, but that’s necessary since there’s so much to unpack in this rivalry. After the Spanish Announce Table destruction, the match starts to really pick up. No amount of me talking about moves or spots will do this justice.

Going through tables, but propping himself up on a crutch is a layered moment for Ciampa. The handcuffs, the exposed ring, ripping the padding apart on the outside and even the end. Johnny has a tendency to let his emotions get the best of himself. All the way back to when Zelina Vega distracted him with a DIY shirt, to Chicago II when he knocked down the ref so when he had Ciampa beat there was no one to count his victory and then he literally walked into a DDT. So I’ve seen some complaints about the ending, but it makes so much sense that Gargano would do something to screw himself over.

There’s probably some layered comment about Cleveland and shooting himself in the foot, but damn, this was the best of their trilogy…and now I’m not completely sure what I said earlier holds up. Even if I’m sick of the story, these matches are tremendous.

Winner: Ciampa

Rating: ***** 1/4

 

Thoughts:

Well ya it’s all WWE, and it’s not even a bad thing honestly. SummerSlam and NXT were both pretty great, and when it comes down to match choice from this Top 5, that’s not easy. Honestly, I liked, The Miz vs Daniel Bryan, the best of all these matches. Ciampa and Gargano always kinda show up and add new wrinkles, but The Miz isn’t known to always put on quality matches.

Daniel even managed to express the overall story in a backstage segment later on. That being, Miz has always said his style was better than Daniel’s, and Miz winning means he was technically correct. So it’s nice to see where the story is going, but all in all, I just really enjoyed the whole thing. Any of these are always a good choice, cause damn, WWE really brought some quality wrestling this weekend.


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Well everyone, this is what happens when you have plans on a Saturday. So I didn’t get to watch NXT live, so now I get to power through 84 hours of programming at the same time.

Everything I’ve heard said the show was a good one, which is always nice to hear. Especially since I said during the picks article, that this was one of the shows with a very low amount of buzz. Time to find out what went on, before SummerSlam goes into full swing.

 

NXT Takeover Brooklyn 4:

 

NXT Tag Team Title Match: Undisputed Era (c) vs Moustache Mountain

NXT really likes the tag teams to go on early, but this match lived up to the story. The third match in about 5 weeks, with both teams getting one win, the rubber match was damn good.

Numerous callbacks to their previous matches, including the towel spot. Tyler Bate still did that stupid Fireman’s Carry/Giant Swing move, with makes no sense, but the match still flowed well. Trent Seven pulled off a move I’ve never seen him do, which looked like a Vertical Suplex lift, into a Flowsion, But the pace was so fast it felt a little too much, there were even times it looked like Kyle O’Reilly wasn’t quite ready when Strong was calling for tags.

Aside from nit picks, this was the best match I’ve seen between the two, I just wish it was paced slower. Undisputed Era came out the gates hot, and aside from one moment where O’Reilly had Tyler Bate in a Heel Hook submission, the frantic pace never seemed to change.

After Kyle kicks out of a Burning Hammer/Knee Drop tandem move, Strong slides in to cut off Bate and they land Total Elimination out of nowhere. The ending seemed a little abrupt, but with how the match was paced, it seemed very fitting.

Winner: Undisputed Era via Total Elimination

Rating: **** 3/4

 

Velveteen Dream vs EC3

This match was pretty awkwardly paced honestly. Dream with the HBK/Hogan over selling being kicked in the corner and then getting crotched on the rope. But I’m not really sure what they were trying to get across. EC3 controlled the pace until Velveteen Dream hit a Twisting DDT on the ramp.

I suppose if I need to say something, it’s that this was basically a main roster match on NXT. There were a lot of entertainment spots, that didn’t make a ton of sense or just looked awkward, but the crowd seemed to enjoy it. A rolling Dream Valley Driver on the apron gave Dream the idea to hit the Purple Rainmaker on the apron, roll EC3 back in and squeak out with a Takeover victory.

Winner: Velveteen Dream via Purple Rainmaker Elbow

Rating: *** 3/4

 

NXT North American Championship Match: Adam Cole (c) vs Ricochet

Ricochet’s talent versus Adam Cole’s ego. Not sure if the battle is which is better or which is bigger, but it should be fun to watch.

Adam Cole talked smack most of this match, but the exchanges were pretty impressive. Cole showed a lot of spots of being the clever heel, but Ricochet threw haymakers and Cole ran out of answers. Tiger Feint in the corner ropes, Fosbury Flop, Inside Out Frankensteiner off the apron, all big impressive moves. But Cole had fantastic moments from timing a Thrust Kick perfectly to dodge the Asai Moonsault and kick Ricochet in the face as well as a nice Backstabber catching Ricochet mid Back Handspring.

The climax moment had to be the strike exchange that ended in a random near fall. Going back and forth and then Adam Cole falling on top of Ricochet made you wonder if the match was gonna end in a fluke way, or if Ricochet would realize what was going on. As you can see, Ricochet realized, overcame and picked up his first WWE championship.

All in all, the selling was solid, the story it was telling was great and amplified by Adam Cole running his mouth in the ring. It’s just one of those special moments and this was the first glance the WWE Universe got to see at a really great Ricochet match.

Winner: Ricochet via 630 Senton

Rating: *****

 

NXT Women’s Championship Match: Kairi Sane vs Shayna Baszler (c)

The second of three rubber matches tonight. Kairi beat Shayna to win the first Mae Young Classic, but Baszler got her win back after they were both in NXT. Which wrestler has grown the most in the past year?

Kairi immediately starts off with going for submission holds, which gets into Shayna’s head. A Heel Hook followed up with a Stretch Muffler attempt get under Shayna’s skin and we see both women pulling out different things. Shayna’s striking has evolved, even pulling out an interesting Hesitation Bicycle Knee Strike.

Since Kairi was seen as the underdog the entire build, it was definitely driven home through the match. Kairi paced out the match much like Hiroshi Tanahashi, working through the pain to hit signature top rope moves and capturing the hearts of the audience while she just wouldn’t quit. Numerous close calls with the Kirafuda Clutch made it look like Kairi was as good as dead, hell, Shayna even kicked out of an Insane Elbow.

The finish really made you feel like Shayna was going to win this when she got her feet up to counter the Insane Elbow and went for the Kirafuda Clutch, but shades of Ember Moon, Kairi just floats backwards and manages to reverse the submission into a pin. So where Kairi has shown more heart and a bevy of submission moves, Shayna lost the same way she did when she first joined NXT.

Curious how this will all play into the story moving forward.

Winner: Kairi Sane via Submission Reversal Roll

Rating: **** 1/4

 

NXT Championship Last Man Standing Match: Tommaso Ciampa (c) vs Johnny Gargano

Best friends turned bitter rivals, who love gimmick matches. I’m fully aware this is only a match because Aleister Black got legitimately injured, but I also can’t stop myself from being burnt out by this story. Hopefully whatever happens in this rubber match, puts some space between these two.

Well this match starts off slowly, but that’s necessary since there’s so much to unpack in this rivalry. After the Spanish Announce Table destruction, the match starts to really pick up. No amount of me talking about moves or spots will do this justice.

Going through tables, but propping himself up on a crutch is a layered moment for Ciampa. The handcuffs, the exposed ring, ripping the padding apart on the outside and even the end. Johnny has a tendency to let his emotions get the best of himself. All the way back to when Zelina Vega distracted him with a DIY shirt, to Chicago II when he knocked down the ref so when he had Ciampa beat there was no one to count his victory and then he literally walked into a DDT. So I’ve seen some complaints about the ending, but it makes so much sense that Gargano would do something to screw himself over.

There’s probably some layered comment about Cleveland and shooting himself in the foot, but damn, this was the best of their trilogy…and now I’m not completely sure what I said earlier holds up. Even if I’m sick of the story, these matches are tremendous.

Winner: Ciampa

Rating: ***** 1/4

 

Thoughts:

Well this definitely ranks up there with the previous Brooklyn shows. Ricochet vs Cole, Ciampa vs Gargano, those will be matches people remember for a few years. Hell Kairi and Shayna was surprisingly gritty and tough, not quite as good as Sasha vs Bayley or Ember vs Asuka, but damn good.

Takeover brought it and even if most people see NXT in an odd transitional period, it’s hard to argue with the quality of the last few shows. SummerSlam will have it’s work cut out for it.

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