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Andrew’s Top 5 Matches: Week Ending 4/5/2021

Alrighty, we’re back this week after a New Japan event which saw two title changes, and some decent television! Next week will be the big crazy sexy one, but let’s see how we kick off April!

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Alrighty, we’re back this week after a New Japan event which saw two title changes, and some decent television! Next week will be the big crazy sexy one, but let’s see how we kick off April!

For those who may have noticed, I skipped last week. Multitudes of reasons, one being personal and the other being; nothing I saw was particularly good and just felt like it would cheapen the pool. So March is gonna be won by New Japan, just a matter of which match you liked best!

March Pool:

  • New Japan Cup 3.6.2021: Kazuchika Okada vs Shingo Takagi
  • New Japan Cup 3.14: NJC: Zack Sabre Jr vs Will Ospreay
  • NJC 3.21.21: NJC Finals: Will Ospreay vs Shingo Takagi

 My vote will go to the NJC Finals: Will Ospreay vs Shingo Takagi. It played nicely off their previous encounters, and built for the eventual Shingo challenge. While it’s not likely Shingo will win, those matches are always great.

With that said, let’s see what kicks off April, as we brace ourselves for Mania week!

Quick Top 5:

  1. Sakura Genesis: IWGP Junior Tag Team Titles: Roppongi 3k vs Yoshinobu Kanemaru & El Desperado (c)
    Rating: *** ¾
  2. AEW Dynamite: Christian Cage vs Frankie Kazarian
    Rating: *** ¾
  3. Sakura Genesis: IWGP World Heavyweight Championship: Kota Ibushi (c) vs Will Ospreay
    Rating: *** ¾
  4. SmackDown: Street Fight: Daniel Bryan vs Jey Uso
    Rating: *** ½
  5. NXT UK: NXT UK Tag Championships: Pretty Deadly (c) vs Kenny Williams & Amir Jordan
    Rating: *** ¼

 

Honorable Mentions:

  • Sakura Genesis: Satoshi Kojima & Hiroshi Tanahashi vs Jay White & Bad Luck Fale
    Rating: ***
  • IMPACT! Eric Young w/VBD vs James Storm w/Chris Sabin, Chris Harris & Jake Something
    Rating: ***
  • MLW Never Say Die: MLW Championship: Jacob Fatu (c) vs Calvin Tankman
    Rating: ***
  • Sakura Genesis: United Empire (Aaron Henare, Jeff Cobb & Great-O-Khan) vs LIJ (Tetsuya Naito, SANADA & Shingo Takagi)
    Rating: ***
  • NXT: Roddy Strong vs Cameron Grimes
    Rating: ***
  • IMPACT!: TJP & Josh Alexander vs Ace Austin & Madman Fulton
    Rating: ***
  • NXT: Gauntlet Eliminator
    Rating: ***

5. NXT UK: NXT UK Tag Championships: Pretty Deadly (c) vs Kenny Williams & Amir Jordan

From Mitchell’s Coverage:

Williams rewinds, Howley anticipate and shoves Stoker out of the way, but into the ref! Williams hits Howley with the LARIAT! But now EVERYONE is down!! Williams sees that, and smirks. Williams brings out the Chancer and gets the title belts! Williams sets one in a corner and tosses the other to Jordan! Jordan doesn’t want to do it like this! Williams says Pretty Deadly would do it to them! Jordan says no, they have to do it right! Fine, Williams will do it himself. Jordan argues with Williams, “We don’t need to cheat!” They don’t need to use the belts to win the belts!

Williams throws the belt away, Jordan drags Stoker up, but Williams gets the other, to HIT JORDAN?!?  And from the look on his face, Williams didn’t do that by mistake, either! Williams drops that belt, Stoker tags Howley, and watches Jordan get SPILT MILK! Cover, Pretty Deadly wins!

Winner: Pretty Deadly via Spilt Milk

 

4. SmackDown: Street Fight: Daniel Bryan vs Jey Uso

From Mitchell’s Coverage:

Jey drags Bryan up, takes aim, but Bryan blocks the suplex! Bryan fights back with body shots, then turns things around to suplex Jey off the steps and to the floor! Jey writhes, Bryan seethes, and Bryan glares at Edge to get something under the ring. Bryan brings out another chair and he SMACKS Jey again! And again! And again! Bryan bounces Jey off the announce desk, and again, and again, staring Edge down each time! Bryan puts Jey in, gets on the top rope, and leaps, to missile dropkick Jey down! Bryan fires up, the fans are joining in on their screens, and Bryan gives more YES Kicks to Jey! Jey flounders about as Bryan keeps giving KICKS!

Roman doesn’t like what he sees now as Bryan BUZZSAWS Jey down! Bryan paces, and he picks up the steel chain! Bryan wraps the chain around his arm, brings Jey up, and drives STEEL ELBOWS into Jey’s head!! Roman is furious as Bryan puts Jey in the YES LOCK!! Jey is stuck, he taps! Bryan wins!!

Winner: Daniel Bryan via Yes Lock

 

1t. Sakura Genesis: IWGP World Heavyweight Championship: Kota Ibushi (c) vs Will Ospreay

From My Results:

Ospreay goes for an Overhead Kick, and it looks like Ibushi was supposed to catch him for the Bastard Driver or Lawn Dart, but Ibushi couldn’t do it. Three separate attempts before they finally just gave up on the spot and Ibushi sold the back. If it wasn’t for the multiple attempts, it would’ve been more accepted as a sell, but that was a mess.

So in typical Ibushi fashion, a botch causes for some awkwardness in the match, Ibushi takes too long to slip out of the Stormbreaker and it looks weird. But thankfully, Ospreay ate two normal Kamigoyes, wouldn’t take the Exposed Kamigoye, hits a Flying Knee, the Hidden Blade and then Stormbreaker to win the match!

Winner: Ospreay via Stormbreaker

 

1t. AEW Dynamite: Christian Cage vs Frankie Kazarian

From Mitchell’s Coverage:

Fans are fired up again as Kaz puts Christian in a corner and ROCKS him with that right! Kaz puts Christian up top to ROCK him again, then again! Kaz climbs up to join Christian, but Christian hits back! Kaz CLUBS Christian, adjusts, and brings Christian up, only for Christian to resist! Christian throws body shots, Kaz HEADBUTTS back! Kaz steadies himself, brings Christian up, and SUPER SPANISH FLIES!?! Cover, TWO!??!? Christian survives Kaz’s Flux Capacitor and no one can believe it!! Kaz stands Christian up but Christian gets the chicken wings! No Killswitch/Unprettier, and Kaz has Christian in ropes to KICK him! Then GUILLOTINE- NO! Christian avoids the leg!

Christian HOTSHOTS Kaz, climbs up top again, and FROG SPLASHES! Cover, TWO?!?!? Now Kaz shocks everyone! “This is Awesome!” Maybe even more awesome than earlier thought! The two slowly rise, time is running out on the limit, but Christian gets the chicken wings! He turns Kaz, Kaz shoves to get his chicken wing! But Christian rolls off the hold, POSTS Kaz, then gets the arms and turns, KILLSWITCH!! Cover, Christian wins!

Winner: Cage via Killswitch

 

1t. Sakura Genesis: IWGP Junior Tag Team Titles: Roppongi 3k vs Yoshinobu Kanemaru & El Desperado (c)

From My Results:

The near falls in this match actually made a lot of sense. Kanemaru hits Deep Impact, but SHO made the save, which allowed YOH to turn a Figure Four attempt into an Inside Cradle for 2. Then RPG 3k hit Strong X, which Despy comes in to make a save. But SHO grabs Despy and you hear Despy screaming at Kanemaru to fight back. But YOH hits a new move for his arsenal, and Roppongi 3k get the happy return win!

SHO did a great job helping YOH get over after his surgery while looking great, and Despy definitely looked to be on a different singles level than everyone, he was just a step short on helping Kanemaru retain. Well told story in the ring, just wish there was a normal build up to really enjoy the whole story telling aspect.

Winner: RPG 3k via Double Arm Brainbuster

 

Thoughts:

Even though the quality wasn’t through the roof, I felt it was a good enough baseline for the month. With how packed this coming week will be, I expect the matches from this article to get lost in the sauce. But there’s no reason to skip this article.

Anyway, I’ll give my vote to the IWGP Junior Tag match. Whereas it might not have blown doors off, it told a solid story and performed around where it should have. Unlike the Ospreay/Ibushi match which fell well below the expectations.

Now let’s get to Mania week!


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News From Cook’s Corner 4.12.21: The E-S-T of the I-W-C

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Hi, hello & welcome to News From Cook’s Corner! It’s been a bit of a weird week for me. While the rest of you are celebrating WrestleMania or the cornucopia of WM Weekend shows, I’m stuck working very long shifts at a job I’ve given notice at. So I’m a lame duck while wrestlers in Tampa are swimming in the rain like ducks. Kind of ironic, I suppose.

What that means for this column: Haven’t finished the show. Watched Night One through parts of Sunday, watched the Broken Skull Sessions with Chris Jericho since I didn’t get home in time to watch Night Two from the beginning. Kind of awkward since this is a news column getting posted the day after WrestleMania, but hell, I’ve written about stuff I haven’t been watching for decades now. Gotten really good at faking it, though my exes would disagree with that notion.

(What can I say? When you’re single for most of your life and getting older, sometimes you try to act like things are working in a relationship when they really aren’t. Fortunately I’m over all this now and am quite happy with life as a spiritual eunuch. I’m not really sure how any of this is relevant to the column, just riffing here to fill space and give you a little update on how things are going. Those who were around back in the day remember I was quite emo about the lack of female attention. Now I’ve kinda had my fill and am good with it, though my friends try to make me think I’m not. I think we’ve riffed enough now and can start with some wrestling news.)

Anywho, here’s the news!

New Announcers For Raw?

WWE likes to shake things up on multiple levels after WrestleMania most years. Sometimes that involves a change in the announce booth, and that seems to be on tap this year. WrestlingInc reported that former ESPN host Adnan Virk will be joining Raw’s announce team starting this Monday, replacing Tom Phillips on play by play. Andrew Zarian added that Corey Graves will also be moving over to Raw, replacing Samoa Joe. No word yet on if this means Graves will be working both shows, or if Joe will be moving to SmackDown, or if Joe will be moving back into the ring, or if Phillips will be moving to NXT UK, NXT India & whatever other NXT pops up in the next couple of years.

Many folks I know like to make a big deal of these things, as they feel announcers are crucial to the overall enjoyment of a show. I used to as well, but the more I watch these things the less I think that they’re that critically important to the sports or sports entertainment presentation. Sure, it’s nice to have a legend of the business, or a dynamic presence in their prime, on the microphone talking about the action. It can get the die-hards through some rough seasons, or some less than compelling in-ring action. Does it really affect viewership? I don’t think so. It’s not like Los Angeles Dodgers fans stopped following their team after Vin Scully retired. On the flip side, it’s not like the 50+ wrestling fan demographic has flocked to AEW Dynamite to listen to Jim Ross or Tony Schiavone.

It’s what the people are talking about that matters, not the people talking about it. Which a lot of us in the talking & the writing business could stand to remember from time to time.

Why did the Hurt Business break up?

It’s the question that was on everybody’s minds right after Shelton Benjamin & Cedric Alexander were sent packing by Bobby Lashley & MVP. Why split them up? It was a stable that was working pretty well together, seemingly getting over with the public in the right way, and added a lot of options to Bobby Lashley’s act as WWE Champion.

The answer seems to be the same answer behind every other decision WWE makes. Cause Vince McMahon said so. He decided that Alexander & Benjamin didn’t deserve a push, which is pretty consistent with how their runs with WWE have gone, and that was that. Really not that surprising when you think about it. Somebody talked Vince into giving them a chance, Vince didn’t see it working the way he wanted it to, and then you had King Corbin backing up Lashley for an episode of Raw.

It’s a shame for Alexander & Benjamin, but it’s not in the least bit surprising. We’ll see if somebody else can talk Vince into giving them a chance down the road. Until then, the checks will clear.

Damian Priest Barely Made It To WrestleMania

I remember finding it kind of odd when Miz vs. Bad Bunny was announced for WrestleMania. It’d been reported for months that Miz & Bad Bunny would compete in a tag team match at the show, with John Morrison & Damian Priest as their respective tag team partners. It eventually got made into that, but what was with the pause?

Turns out that Priest had a back injury and wasn’t cleared until the days leading into WrestleMania. Which is really lucky for him, as one of the points of this whole thing was to get him over. At least I think it was. Now we got everybody talking about how Bad Bunny was the best debut wrestler since Pat McAfee, which really wasn’t that long ago but now feels like it happened multiple years ago.

Don’t know what the odds are on Bunny & McAfee main eventing a future WrestleMania, but I rule nothing out these days.

Becky Lynch & Ronda Rousey Back Soon?

That’s the word according to WWE President Nick Khan, who told Colin Cowherd as such on his radio show last week. Quite the scoop for Cowherd, who was once detested by fans for making fun of Eddie Guerrero after he died & calling wrestling fans “booger-eaters”. Now, he’s got WWE executives appearing on his show. Makes me feel better about getting WWE executives on my non-existent show one of these days.

Becky teased a WrestleMania Night One return on her Twitter account, but as usual with her social media teases, nothing came of it. Dave Meltzer mentioned in the Observer that at one point there were plans to have her show up in a truck during a Bayley talk show segment, but obviously the plans for a big truck were shifted to Bad Bunny. Gotta say that it feels like a misfire not having Becky return at WrestleMania in front of the live crowd if she’s coming back anytime soon. If she’s not, no big deal, but if she’s a Night After WrestleMania surprise in the ThunderDome, it’s not the same as bringing her out in front of 25,000 people.

As for Ronda, she was rumored to be coming back for this year’s WrestleMania when it was taking place in Los Angeles. Dunno if that means she’ll be back for WrestleMania two years from now or not.

Dabba-Kato Returns

Surely you remember Dabba-Kato from his time on Raw Underground. The big fella hadn’t been seen after the end of those segments until Sunday night, where he re-debuted as Commander Azeez & helped Apollo Crews win the Intercontinental Championship. I would say this pretty much guarantees that he’ll be in line for a big push at the expense of Crews, but it’s not like the rest of Retribution has done anything since they dropped Mustafa Ali like a bad habit.

Here’s my question: The guy’s first name is Babatunde. Why don’t they just go with that? It just rolls off the tongue. No need to give him stuff like Dabba-Kato & Azeez when “Babatunde” is right there.

Mox vs. Gage?

The biggest news to develop from GCW’s Collective weekend involved Jon Moxley making a surprise appearance to confront Nick Gage after Gage re-gained GCW’s championship. Moxley had wrestled against Josh Barnett on another GCW show during the weekend, but this was the first time Moxley & Gage had crossed paths since their glory days in CZW. I don’t know if they consider their CZW days “glory days”, but it seemed like a good phrase to use there.

One expects that it’ll lead to a match between Mox & Gage for GCW, which would be a pretty big deal for them given Mox’s drawing power and the fact that Gage will be the subject of a Dark Side of the Ring episode this season, which starts next month. I also wouldn’t rule out a Nick Gage appearance in AEW, as Tony Khan is a huge fan of people from that era of CZW & AEW has seen nearly everybody else in the business not contracted by WWE make an appearance at some point this year.

That’s all I’ve got for you right now. Later this week we’ll do a Fave Five for April, maybe pick up the Top 5 Quarterbacks by Franchise gimmick where we left off, and whatever else I can think of for wherever else I can think of. Thanks for reading, and keep your stick on the ice.


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It’s WrestleMania Sunday and Greg DeMarco is back to see if WWE can follow-up a great Night One!

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It’s WrestleMania Sunday and Greg DeMarco is back to see if WWE can follow-up a great Night One!

WWE WrestleMania is the Showcase Of Immortals, and it’s also when the WWE gets to showcase itself. After a tremendous Saturday, WrestleMania Sunday has a tough work to follow. Can it follow? Read on to see what Greg DeMarco thought in real time!

Randy Orton vs. “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt w/Alexa Bliss

  • Honestly, this is a great choice to open. It might run long, and they can adjust where needed.
  • Nice to see the video ring posts and ring aprons back. I understand why we didn’t have them last night (cage match), but this also help separate both nights.
  • No more burnt #PizzaTheHut, who ruins my Bold Prediction on The #Miranda Show.
  • Dude, Alexa Bliss AND The Fiend are insanely O.V.E.R. Randy is, too.
  • A bit odd seeing The Fiend acknowledge the crowd.
  • Goddammit Alexa Bliss is amazing at this character. It’s even better in front of fans
  • “The Fiend has been restored!”
  • Amazing entrance sequence overall.
  • Bray Wyatt (the guy) keeps getting himself into better shape. Glad to see I’m not the only one who didn’t waste the quarantine.

  • In a rather odd ending, Alexa Bliss distracted The Fiend with fire and weird shit dripping from her head, allowing Orton to hit the RKO for the win. Obviously this is heading somewhere. Finn Balor?

Winner: Randy Orton

  • So that started out WHITE HOT and ended on a rather odd note. We’ll see where this goes in the future. I like the idea that Alexa is pulling some strings…but why tho?

Bayley’s Back!

  • “My fellow co-hosts,” and she’s a huge fan of his podcast! Love it.
  • Bayley is doing her best Billie Kay impersonation, and it’s working.
  • Hogan looks like a mascot for McDonald’s.
  • Titus being upset that he can’t hang out with Hogan is just wrong.

WWE Women’s Tag Team Championships: Natalya & Tamina vs. Champions Shayna Baszler & Nia Jax

  • I am actually surprised we didn’t get more Saturday ➡ Sunday carryover.
  • Sad that Shayna Baszler is the second fiddle in this tag team, at least from the entrances. She’s such a bad ass, but she only has so many years left.
  • Natalya with the ol’ babyface “C’mon you guys!” yell. That’s what you do when you’re not over.

  • At least the right team won. Hopefully we find better champs so Shayna Baszler can dispatch of Jax and move on to somethign better.

Winners and STILL WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions: Shayna Baszler & Nia Jax

Sami Zayn vs. Kevin Owens

  • A feud that has been going since 2009 gets the WrestleMania stage for the first (and probably not last) time. But Sami Zayn is doing his best work sans mask in pretty much ever.
  • Sami Zayn seems overcome with happiness about working in front of a stadium crowd, and heaving them sing his theme. I bet we see babyface hero Sami at some point in 2021.
  • Honestly we don’t need Logan Paul for this one, but his reach is undeniable.
  • But Logan’s gonna pull a Mike Tyson and cost Sami in the end.
  • “Expertly trained conspiracy theory expert” and “modern day Copernicus” are some of my favorite lines of the night so far.
  • Rare referee naming by Michael Cole, calling Jessika Carr by name.

  • Jessika Carr is back to being “the official,” btw.
  • Second time tonight a ref has had to pull their count before someone kicked out. Timing off, I am thinking it’s due to being in a stadium with fans for the first time in 1 year, 1 month, and 2 days.
  • Nice recover on the Blue Thunder Bomb reference… when Zayn actually hit the move.
  • STEENALIZER!
  • “You could hear that echo through Raymond James Stadium” … that’s because it’s two-thirds empty.
  • KO wins with the “You Did This” Stunner, and Logan Paul was worthless (so far).

Winner: Kevin Owens

  • Thoroughly enjoyed that one, and I have a feeling that’s not their last WrestleMania showdown.
  • Sami turns on Logan Paul and gets pushed over.
  • Kevin Owens hits the Stone Cold Steve Austin feel good Stunner on the guest, as expected.

United States Championship Match: Sheamus vs. Champion Matt Riddle

  • Hard hitting match to start, crowd is out of it a little. Not surprised after Owens-Zayn.
  • Top Rope Overhead Belly To Belly Suplex! That woke up the crowd, and they seem to be sticking with it now.
  • Brogue Knee might be more effective than Brogue Kick.
  • There were some botches in the match that definitely hurt it, but the finishing Brogue Kick was impressive, and “the right guy won.”

Winner and NEW United States Champion: Sheamus

Nigerian Drum Battle for the Intercontinental Championship: Champion Big E vs. Apollo Crews

  • This is basically a No DQ Match that happens to have Apollo Crews in it, but I like that they named the stipulation after him. It’s a nice touch.
  • PLUNDER! That adds to this match as well.
  • I was literally just watching and not typing lol.
  • Babatunde finally has a role, and Apollo has his championship win. Once again, the right person wins.

Winner and NEW Intercontinental Champion: Apollo Crews

Raw Women’s Championship Match: Rhea Ripley vs. Champion Asuka

  • After losing at WrestleMania 36 (in the best match of the entire event), Rhea Ripley kinda needs to win here.
  • Sometimes I really enjoy a live entrance theme. This is not one of those times. This rendition of Ripley’s Brutality theme sucked.
  • Asuka should be the baddest woman on the planet, but instead she…dances. Don’t blame her level of success on WWE booking, it’s how she plays her character.
  • You know, it’s weird. When the bell rang, Rhea Ripley seemed to lose steam.
  • I think that early kick really rocked her.
  • Rhea Ripley hits the Riptide, but I bet she’d love to have that one back. Right person, yet again, wins.

Winner and NEW Raw Women’s Champion: Rhea Ripley

  • I really think that early kick in the corner rocked Rhea, and it hurt the match a bit. Rhea pulls it out in the end.

Universal Championship: Daniel Bryan vs. Edge vs. Champion Roman Reigns (w/Paul Heyman)

  • Very surprised by the lack of a reaction for Roman Reigns. His entire turn took place with no fans, this is truly the first time he has fans for it.
  • Edge wearing the white WrestleMania gear, it’s basically him and Randy Orton.
  • Jey Uso immediately attacks Daniel Bryan… and it’s BRILLIANT.
  • Jey was the MVP of the early portion of the match, before being taken out.
  • WAY too much commentary talk about Roman losing his title without being pinned.
  • For the record, I picked Daniel Bryan to win, beating Edge.
  • We’ve settled into the typical triple threat match formula, and here’s the thing: IT’S WORKING.
  • Roman Reigns is honestly selling his ass off for Daniel Bryan.
  • So much happened in this match–so much. Hell of a way to close out one hell of a WrestleMania.

Winner and STILL Universal Champion: Roman Reigns

  • I know I picked Daniel Bryan–and I got it wrong–but this feels like the right call seeing it live. Everyone had their spots, Edge had some moments where it would seem like he was going to win, but Roman Reigns supreme.
  • Big E is freed up to feud with Roman, and Daniel Bryan and Edge can feud all summer. I think we are in for a fun ride through October’s WWE Draft over on Smackdown.

Overall Impressions

It’s too soon to call, I need to re-watch it. But this feels like an all-time great WrestleMania. So many things clicked, so many things seemed to go right. This was 7 hours of wrestling action, but it was spread over two nights. I hope this format is here to stay. Kudos to all involved, especially the crowd. Welcome back!


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