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Mathew’s Top 25 Matches of 2018 #20-16

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Mathew’s 2018 Top Matches list continues! Let’s see what ends up 20th through 16th.

Welcome back to my Top 25 Matches of the year list and as you saw yesterday, I posted my first five matches from my list and I’ll keep doing five a day until December 31st which will be the final five to end the year.

If you haven’t seen the first set of lists, there will be a link in here and I’ll do it for the other days just in case people started following didn’t see the previous ones. Anyway, let’s not waste any time and get ready for our next five sets of matches.

 

20. Takashi Sugiura vs. Katsuhiko Nakajima (NOAH Global Junior League 10/4/2018)

– Takashi Sugiura was the unsung champion of 2018 and I say this as Takashi has had a fantastic reign with each title defense being different and giving us unique stories for him to tell once he won it in March. This match was mostly about Nakajima who went through a major transformation ever since he lost the GHC Heavyweight Championship last year and looked to be considered a failed experiment due to not being a big draw like NOAH would hope. During this year, Nakajima would go through a transformation from being a vanilla babyface with great wrestling ability to an aggressive heel with a new appearance and still just as badass in the ring as ever. Nakajima was one who took Takashi to his limit in this match with how aggressive his style has gotten this year and he took out all that frustration onto the champion to show the fans this is the ace they could’ve gotten if they didn’t give up on him last year to let him grow. If Nakajima were to win here, this would’ve been the perfect way to do so along with a big middle finger to the fans but it didn’t work out that way since Takashi was able to make Nakajima tap out in the match and have that final defense under his belt until he lost it to Kaito Kiyomiya in December. This is the Nakajima that fans should definitely fear since he has shown how dangerous he can be and if he keeps it up in 2019, he will take that title back. Definitely check out Takashi’s GHC Heavyweight title defenses as all of them were a treat to see and how a heavyweight champion should look.

 

19. Becky Lynch vs. Charlotte Flair (WWE Evolution 10/28/2018)

WWE Evolution Becky Lynch Charlotte Flair Smackdown Womens's Championship Last Woman Standing

– I think a lot of people knew this match would be on here somehow as it’s on a lot of peoples lists as not only the best women’s match of 2018 for some people, but also probably the best match when it comes to the WWE’s main roster scene. There’s no doubt that Charlotte Flair had the best year in wrestling when it comes to just the women as she performed at a high level and I know people wanna say Becky Lynch because of her new change in character, but it sadly doesn’t change the fact that the first eight months of 2018 had her in the background while Charlotte was making history and delivering quality matches and while I do applaud Becky for finding her voice and now being on the top draws on SmackDown and WWE as a whole, can’t call her number one for the overall year.

The two had an explosive rivalry with Becky Lynch stepping out of Charlotte’s shadow finally to show that while she’s better than her, she can carry the division by herself without her. Becky eventually defeated her for the SmackDown Women’s Championship at Hell in a Cell and held out on her own with the title where the two would have the final chapter of their feud at WWE’s first all women’s pay per view, Evolution where they would wrestle in the first ever women’s Last Man Standing Match. They made full use of the stipulation of the match with the use of weapons, wrestling, and having the crowd loving it that it boggles my mind that this match didn’t close out the show since it would’ve been the better way to close it up instead of Ronda Rousey vs. Nikki Bella. Becky would retain the title against Charlotte to prove that she’s all on her own from here and there was definitely respect shown between the two. Fantastic match and I hope these two women keep this momentum going for 2019 to help that their division to new heights.

 

18. Masaaki Mochizuki vs. Ben-K (Dragon Gate Champion Gate in Osaka 3/4/2018)

– This was the second Dragon Gate show I covered and I said this match would be on my list and I meant it since it was a great match that still holds up nine months later. Masaaki Mochizuki had an underrated title reign with the Open the Dream Gate Championship with some solid performances in his matches, but this is the one that stood out the most in his series of title defenses in this reign. Mochizuki would defend the title against a future star of the company, Ben-K and this was the first time seeing him in singles competition to see how he would do in the main event level if we were to one day win the championship, which blows my expectations out of the water and made me a fan of him right away.

Ben-K looked strong in this match and even in the end when he lost the match by TKO instead of actually tapping out to make him look like a star. Will Ben-K win the title one day? I think he will since both times he went for the title this year showed he will be a huge success and it all depends on when they want to pull the trigger, especially since PAC came back and is not the current Open the Dream Gate Champion, so it all depends on how they plan it out. If you haven’t check out Ben-K before, this is the first match I would show people so they get a familiar idea of what he’s all about. My favorite Dragon Gate match this year and one that should be talked about when it comes to this company.

 

17. Taiji Ishimori vs. Hiromu Takahashi (NJPW Best of the Super Junior XXV 6/4/2018)

– This one is my favorite junior heavyweight match this year and definitely deserves a spot on the list for sure during this first time ever match-up. This was the finals of the 25th annual Best of the Super Junior tournament where the winner of this match will earn the right to challenge Will Ospreay for the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship at Dominion a few days after this show. Both Taiji Ishimori and Hiromu Takashi almost downright killed each other in this match with them pulling out all of the stops right in the beginning in the match with Taiji making Hiromu roll all the way down the bleachers and landing on the floor.

This match felt a little too dangerous for peoples tastes since it looked like they could’ve been seriously hurt if they weren’t careful with any of the moves that they pulled off in this match, but luckily that both of these men made it out of the match in one piece because nobody likes to see a wrestler injured or having their careers cut short by one mistake. Hiromu would eventually defeat Taiji in an incredible match to finally also defeat Will Ospreay to bring Mr. Belt back home after being separated from him for an entire year. Unfortunately, Hiromu wouldn’t hold the title long as he injured his neck when he fought Dragon Lee and landed on his head wrong on a Phoenix Suplex. I don’t know if he will be able to return or not and it’s a real shame to hear since he definitely had a lot more left to offer for the business and to see it cut short like this would be heartbreaking. I do hope for a successful recovery at the end of it all and thank him for giving us excitement for the junior heavyweight division.

 

16. AJ Styles vs. Shinsuke Nakamura (WWE Money in the Bank 6/17/2018)

– “But this feud was underwhelming and awful!” Technically it was but at the same time, it wasn’t the worst feud during AJ’s run. Both AJ Styles and Shinsuke Nakamura fought at Wrestle Kingdom 10 in a much-anticipated dream match where Nakamura was the victor before the two would depart to the WWE. Fans were excited to see them one day fight on the big stage and it happened when Nakamura won the Royal Rumble to earn that right to finally fight AJ Styles for the WWE Championship. A lot of fans were disappointed since it wasn’t like their Wrestle Kingdom match that many considered a classic, but I’ll get to that later since this was the first step to Nakamura turning heel once he lost to AJ Styles.

The two would meet in the ring at least three more times where the next two ended in a no contest and then Nakamura would get a win to tie it up which lead to the Last Man Standing Match. This match was their best WWE match together as it had the story from the rivalry, incorporated their skills mostly to try and take each other down rather than heavily rely on the weapons. I do wish Nakamura won this match since this would’ve been the right time for him to win the championship, but they wanted to advertise the WWE 2K19 game with Styles on the cover, so it would’ve been a bad move to take the title off him while giving him that honor. I was gonna use AJ Styles vs. Daniel Bryan from TLC instead but I decided not to since while that one was the much better wrestling match, this was the overall package if you were to compare the two, but still great and should check it out if you haven’t.

So why did this feud technically bomb to a majority of the fans? I think it’s because of the fact that a lot of people had their expectations set way too high when this rivalry was being developed. I liked it a lot more since I didn’t compare it to their match at New Japan because they’re two different companies who have different aspects on how they do their business and style of wrestling, if people were going to expect something similar or better then that is their doing for assuming. Also, you gotta understand that Nakamura is way past his prime and even has been for a couple of years before he left New Japan except for his matches with Styles, Hiroshi Tanahashi, and Kota Ibushi since that was the only time during his final run where he had great matches while the rest of it was pretty much just him there. His charisma was mostly the only thing keeping him over at this time and he can have a great match from time to time around this point of his career, but how he used to be isn’t him anymore and this is his own doing, which I don’t blame him since he wanted to tone it down. But, this was still a great match and definitely a top one for a Last Man Standing Match as a whole if I were to do a top 15 for this type of match.

That’s it for this set of matches and thank you very much for tuning in to read them. I know some are confused about the placements of the matches and everything, but again it’s all opinion based and my reasoning for each one is posted up there. I hope you all enjoyed the read and tune in tomorrow as we look at our next five matches. See you all then!


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Chris King: Seth Rollins vs. Kofi Kingston At Survivor Series-The Perfect Time For A Cash-in

Lesnar keeps playing his cash-in cards close to his vest. Never tipping if he’s aiming for Seth or Kofi. Por que no los dos?

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Lesnar keeps playing his cash-in cards close to his vest. Never tipping if he’s aiming for Seth or Kofi. Por que no los dos?

At WrestleMania 35, both Seth Rollins and Kofi Kingston overcame their opposition and capture the World Heavyweight Championships of their respective brands. The self-proclaimed ‘Beastslayer’ kept his promise and slayed the beast with three skull-crushing curb stomps to capture the Universal Championship. Kofi toppled the self-proclaimed ‘Planet’s Champion’ the New Daniel Bryan; who endured his own personal trouble in paradise, and Kofi captured his first WWE Championship in eleven-years. On the Post-Mania-Raw; as Rollins was celebrating his huge victory with the WWE Universe Kofi joined in the fun and challenged Rollins for a ‘Monumental’ Champion vs. Champion winner-takes-all main event with major implications of unifying both championships.

While the incredible first-ever contest was ruined after The Bar interfered; throughout the whole broadcast they were announcing Kofi’s celebration on SmackDown Live so he wasn’t going to lose his title, WWE was forced to end the match so abruptly.

Leaving the Post-WrestleMania crowd furious, It felt like WWE was building this one-on-one contest up for a bigger platform…Survivor Series.

All-the-while ‘The Beast in the Bank’ is looming, waiting for his opportunity to strike. He unsuccessfully attempted to cash-in on a weakened Rollins at Super ShowDown, and hasn’t appeared since…Which is why during the Champion vs. Champion ‘dream-match’ is the perfect chance for ‘The Beast of the Box Office’ to make headlines once again!

In the past two years, Survivor Series has transitioned into a battle for brand supremacy, pitting Raw vs. SmackDown Live champion vs. champion in head-to-head competition. At last year’s main-event we saw Brock Lesnar then-Universal-champion vs. Daniel Bryan the brand-new SmackDown Live champion; who more days ago defeated AJ Styles using wily tactics.

Bryan had the Universal champion reeling after delivering a low-blow while the official was down; and nearly stole the victory but Lesnar bounced back with a devastating F5, to stand tall and give the red brand another win. At this year’s Survivor Series, pitting Rollins and Kofi against each other the winner of the match is an extremely difficult decision to make. Contrary to the others, Lesnar was the undeniable choice to bet your money on.

Both Rollins and Kofi are currently booked to appear dominant; and cannot afford to take such a significant loss, WWE has a track record of favoring the Raw superstars on their flagship show, compared to SmackDown being the secondary show. I must say I am positively shocked that they are building Kofi up as a credible WWE champion; but I can’t count WWE’s confusing logic, that Kofi will suffer the loss. Let’s not forget about Mr. Money in the Bank who’s lurking in the shadows…who am I kidding we all know he’s sitting at home in Canada.

I’ve been reading all over social media; and everyone’s prediction is that Lesnar will cash-in on October 4, 2019 on the first episode of SmackDown Live on Fox; while I agree that would be a tremendous surprise that might generate higher ratings, Fox has been extremely vocal that if WWE’s viewership doesn’t improve or drop they will pull the plug. It would be a damn shame if they use Lesnar cashing-in to capitalize on one good night of television.

Instead, why doesn’t he choose a more unpredictable time to cash-in; to pay Rollins back for cashing-in on him when he was down and out at WrestleMania 31, and equally exercise the element of surprise on Kofi who he’s never been in the ring with? Everyone hated when Lesnar climbed up the ladder; unscratched and fresh to retrieve the Money in the Bank briefcase but, when his music blared through the arena the WWE Universe popped loud. Nobody had the slightest clue Lesnar was even in the building, and in this day and age, that’s hard to pull off.

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So how do we get Lesnar to cash-in and keep the titles on both Rollins and Kofi who are more deserving? You execute the bait-and-switch formula. The WWE Universe is already expecting another boring Lesnar title reign; so when ‘The Beast Incarnate’ rushes down to the ring and turns it into a triple-threat-match, have Rollins and Kofi join forces to take him out.

Since it’s now a triple-threat-match any and all weapons can be utilized; have Kofi knock Lesnar out with a Trouble in Paradise onto the announce table, then have Rollins deliver an a Frog-splash through Lesnar and the table. After that, when ‘The Beast’ starts stirring and he will…Rollins can crush his skull with a colossal Curb Stomp through the final announce table…Paul Heyman will be beside himself as views the damage of his client.

Paramedics come down to stretcher Lesnar out of the arena; no more Mr. Money in the Bank looming, and the best part of all is both champions can carry on with their fantastic match. Where will are guaranteed to get a definitive winner, and prove once and for all which championship is the ‘Undisputed’ Championship in the land of WWE!


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Andrew’s Top Matches: Week Ending 6/16/2019

A jam packed week of matches displays a few of the more infrequent companies. Who made the Top 5?

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A jam packed week of matches displays a few of the more infrequent companies. Who made the Top 5?

Two big New Japan shows had them dominate last week. Funnily enough, one match dominated by amassing nearly 5 times as many votes as second place. The winner of last week’s Japanese filled Top 5, NJPW BOSJ 26 Finals: Shingo Takagi vs Will Ospreay.

For anyone who was upset about the domination last week, well this is the week for you. We’ve got some WWE products, a little flavor from Mexico, and of course some matches from Japan.

Let’s get down to business!

 

5. NXT UK: Imperium (WALTER, Marcel Barthel & Fabian Aichner) vs British Strong Style ( Pete Dunne, Tyler Bate & Trent Seven)

Snippet from Mitchell’s Coverage:
Barthel throws Dunne out while Walter throws Seven. Walter stomps Dunne down while Barthel has Bate. Aichner tags in but Bate fights back. Bate boots but Barthel deflects that to ropes. Aichner gives Bate a draping backstabber! Barthel climbs to add double stomps! Aichner covers, TWO!! Bate survives and Glasgow loves it! Aichner is furious but he keeps focus on Bate. Tag to Barthel and they trash talk Bate in their respective languages. But Bate fires off with fast hands! Aichner kicks low and whips Bate, but Bate rebounds for DOUBLE LARIATS! Bate crawls but Walter intercepts, only to get the rolling kick! Hot tag to Seven!

Dunne tags in off Seven, Seven gives Barthel the Seven Stars Lariat! Seven DIVES onto Aichner while Dunne tags Bate. Dunne pump handles, Bitter End on Barthel! Bate climbs, for the corkscrew senton! Walter returns and barrels through Dunne to BOOT Bate! Dunne dropkicks Walter then slingshots out, only to miss. Walter runs at Dunne but Dunne sends him into steel steps! But then Walter back suplexes Dunne onto barriers! Wait, who is that coming down the ramp? He wears a hood and familiar mask… In the ring, Seven CHOPS Aichner. Aichner shoves Seven into the ref! Seven clotheslines Aichner and himself out of the ring! The mystery man enters the ring and targets Bate! It’s ALEXANDER WOLFE!! The German Ax Man POWERBOMBS Bate! Glasgow boos but Wolfe grins. Barthel covers while Walter gets the ref in. Imperium wins!!

Winner: Imperium via Sit-Out Powerbomb

Rating: ****

 

4. AAA Verano de Escalando 2019: AAA Tag Team Championship: Lucha Brothers vs The Young Bucks (c)

From Joe’s AAA Coverage:
Lucha Bros jump the Bucks. Matt Jackson does 3 northern lights suplexes to Fenix then does one to Fenix and Pentagon at the same time. Matt does a baseball slide and then Nick does a dive over him. Matt unties Pentagon’s mask and then beats him up in the crowd. Back in the ring they hit double super kicks. Pentagon hits sling blades on both Bucks. Fenix does a double cutter. They roll out and Fenix hits a huge dive and goes flying into the crowd while Pentagon hits Matt with the Pentagon driver. Matt hits a Canadian destroyer then a spear and Fenix breaks it up. Lucha bros go for super kicks but the Bucks reverse it into sharptshooters. Lucha bros break out and a ton of super kicks get hit. Nick hits a frog splash on Fenix and Penta runs up his back and hits a Canadian destroyer on Matt. Fenix then hits a stomp on the apron on Nick. Pentagon hits the package piledriver on Matt. He kicks out. Then Fenix and Pentagon do the combo package piledriver. Nick pulls the ref out. Nick does an asai moonsault to the ref and Fenix. Matt pulls off Pentagon’s mask and kicks him in the groin and then they hit a Meltzer driver. Fenix pulls the ref out now. Fenix kicks Matt in the groin and then hits a cutter for a two. A new ref is out here now. They do the combo package piledriver again and Fenix hits a middle rope splash on Nick. Penta pins Matt. Pentagon pins Matt Jackson with a package piledriver combo.

Winner: Lucha Bros via Spike Fear Factor

Rating: ****

 

3. 205 Live: #1 Contender Fatal 4 Way: Drew Gulak vs Humberto Carrillo vs Akira Tozawa vs Oney Lorcan

Snippet from Mitchell’s Coverage:
Sacramento fires up behind Lorcan, but Ariya Daivari runs out to SMACK Lorcan with a chair!! The Persian Lion is a sore loser from his loss last week. The referee can’t disqualify anyone but he does get Daivari to leave. That doesn’t matter to Daivari, the damage has been done, and he laughs all the way to the back. This leaves Carrillo and Gulak in the ring. Gulak goes to throw Carrillo but Carrillo throws him out first. Carrillo turns around to get Tozawa’s mule kick. Tozawa swings, misses, slides under and hits the rolling roundhouse! Nese is still watching as Tozawa climbs up top! Fans fire up but Carrillo kicks Tozawa down! Carrillo climbs but Gulak returns to shove him off! Carrillo hits barriers!

Gulak has Tozawa, but Tozawa fights back! They brawl up top and Tozawa clubs away. Fans “AH! AH!” along with him, but Gulak just headbutts Tozawa to stop him. Gulak adjusts, for the SUPERPLEX! But both men cradle the other!! Three count, but who wins!?

Winner: Tozawa & Gulak via Simultaneous Pin

Rating: ****

 

Honorable Mentions:

NOAH Misawa Memorial 6.9.2019: Naomichi Marufuji vs Go Shiozaki
Winner: Shiozaki via Gowan Lariat
Rating: *** 3/4
NXT: Submission Match: Drew Gulak vs Kushida
Winner: Kushida via Hoverboard Lock
Rating: *** 1/2
NJPW Kizuna Road: IWGP Jr Tag Team Titles: Roppongi 3k (c) vs El Phantasmo & Taiji Ishimori
Winner: ELP via CR2
Rating: *** 1/2
205 Live: Chad Gable vs Jack Gallagher
Winner: Gable via Countout
Rating: *** 1/2
AAA Verano de Escalando 2019: Tessa Blanchard & Daga vs Taya Valkyrie & Laredo Kid
Winner: Laredo Kid via Laredo Fly
Rating: *** 1/2
NJPW Kizuna Road: LIJ vs Kota Ibushi, Yuji Nagata, Tiger Mask IV, Jyushi Thunder Liger & Shota Umino
Winner: Shingo via Pumping Bomber
Rating: *** 1/2
IMPACT: Michael Elgin vs Willie Mack
Winner: Elgin via Elgin Bomb
Rating: *** 1/4
NJPW Kizuna Road: DOUKI, Yoshinobu Kanemaru & Taichi vs Tomohiro Ishii, Tomoaki Honma & Ren Narita
Winner: Taichi via Superkick
Rating: *** 1/4
WWE Raw: Bobby Lashley, Samoa Joe & Cesaro vs Ricochet, The Miz & Braun Strowman
Winner: Ricochet via 630 Senton
Rating: *** 1/4
NXT: Undisputed Era (Roderick Strong & Kyle O’Reilly) vs Oney Lorcan & Danny Burch
Winner: Burch via Distracted Roll-Up
Rating: *** 1/4
NJPW Kizuna Road: Minoru Suzuki, Lance Archer & Zack Sabre Jr vs Kazuchika Okada, YOSHI-HASHI & Toa Henare
Winner: Archer via Claw
Rating: ***
IMPACT: Jordynne Grace vs Madison Rayne
Winner: Rayne via CrossRayne
Rating: ***

 

 

2. Stardom Shining Destiny: Wonder of Stardom Championship: Tam Nakano vs Arisa Hoshiki (c)

The backstory is interesting for the match. Arisa returned to Stardom about 6 months ago and has been part of the STARS faction, the same faction as Tam. Tam is an awkward girl who just wants to prove herself. Io pushed her before she left (see the Exploding Baseball Bat Match), Mayu saved her from humiliation when she was kicked out of Oedo Tai. So Arisa joining STARS and becoming quite friendly with Mayu, never sat well with Tam. Then during this years draft, Arisa was taken before Tam. This is their chance to express their feelings through a fight, since words don’t seem to be doing the job.

Tam came out with a stoic and distant look in her eyes, while Arisa was her typical upbeat self. It almost looked like Tam was distracted by her own determination to prove herself. Arisa smiles as she hits you, she’s having fun, she enjoys the sport. This was notable since Tam was straight faced through the first half of the match. Once it spilled to the outside and Tam his a German Suplex on the apron, the tone shifted.

Tam was smiling through the ropes down on Arisa, but not chiding, like she started having fun. The two had a big exchange of strikes and smiles, before Arisa started to harden a little. Tam knew to dodge the Brazilian Kick, but everything else was a great back and forth. Arisa and Tam trade running Knee Strikes, top rope attempts and Arisa tries to submit Tam, but she gets out of it.

We see the fight come to an end after the second time Arisa caught Tam with the Brazilian Kick. They have a moment after the match where Tam tells her that she’s not allowed to lose that belt to anyone besides her, or she’ll boil her. They even posed with their STARS faction, embracing with the Wonder of Stardom belt between them…and Starlight Kid keeping Tam standing.

This was a hard fought match, with a unique story that you’d see in anime but not often in professional wrestling. The concept of, words weren’t enough, so maybe they could communicate better in the ring. It’s quite poetic if you think about it.

Winner: Hoshiki via Brazilian Kick

Rating: **** 1/4

 

 

1. NOAH Misawa Memorial 6.9.2019: GHC Heavyweight Championship: Kaito Kiyomiya (c) vs Takashi Suigiura

Now as we all know from Hisame’s Newsletters, the June 9th show wasn’t televised until June 13th, hence why it qualifies for this week’s matches. Sugiura has been a great mentor to the young champion Kiyomiya. But since their tag team dissolved, Sugiura has taken to tough love. Earning his opportunity by pinning the champion a few weeks ago, Sugiura looks to become a 5 time GHC Heavyweight Champion.

Kaito came out with a lot of energy. He was trading with The Killing Machine, and holding his own, even trying to focus the left arm to take away some of his power, but the champion took a beating for a while. Kaito managed to fight out of everything Sugiura threw at him. Front Neck Lock, Olympic Slam and even a Guillotine with Body Scissors.

Kiyomiya eventually found an opening when Sugiura went for the Avalanche Olympic Slam, but Kaito turned it into an Avalanche Reverse DDT. Being Misawa’s Memorial show, Kaito hit a few Emerald Flowsions and it was only appropriate that Sugiura pulled out the ole Misawa Rolling Elbow, to rock the young champion and give hope that the old vet would pick up the win. But in a feat of beautiful camera work and great resolve from Kiyomiya, he pulls off the Tiger Suplex Hold, right in front of the portrait banner of Misawa. Almost as if Misawa gave the match his blessing.

Brutal match that proved the young champion has guts and could easily be a Match of the Year candidate.

Winner: Kiyomiya via Tiger Suplex Hold

Rating: **** 1/2

 

Thoughts:

A lot of good stuff this week! AAA managed to make an appearance outside of TripleMania, NOAH saved some great matches for the memorial shows and 205 Live looks to be almost back on track.

However, my vote will go to, Wonder of Stardom: Arisa Hoshiki (c) vs Tam Nakano. Though it wasn’t the highest rated match, I really enjoyed the story and how it told the story throughout the match and even the promo afterwards. Arisa has cemented her return and her position as a prominent player. Tam felt like she got better overnight last year during the 5 Star Grand Prix and she continues to prove she’s figured it out. If she can manage to stay healthy (she has a history of missing a few shows here or there with little nagging injuries), she might finally get a singles title.


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