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(NOAH) NOAH WEEKLY NEWSLETTER VOL.144 ~ 7TH OCTOBER 2021

The N-1 Victory has concluded! We have a number one contender for Marufuji’s GHC Heavyweight Championship and much more! Hisame gives us all the emerald updates!

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The N-1 Victory has concluded! We have a number one contender for Marufuji’s GHC Heavyweight Championship and much more! Hisame gives us all the emerald updates!

NEWS

N-1 VICTORY 2021: Katsuhiko Nakajima vs Naomichi Marufuji

The final four of Katsuhiko Nakajima, Kenoh, Kaito Kiyomiya and Masakatsu Funaki, faced each other to fight to be the winner of the N-1 VICTORY 2021 on the night of the 3rd October at Korakuen Hall.

Kenoh had said he wanted to see for himself this new Kaito Kiyomiya, and he got a full first taste when Kiyomiya flew across the ring at him, not even waiting for the bell it seemed, and attacked. Kiyomiya went for the quick pins to try and catch Kenoh off guard, but after a fierce fight in which Kenoh had to figure out this stranger, it was Kenoh who walked away the victor. A furious Kaito Kiyomiya angrily stalked off (after slamming his fists against the ring, shaking the iron barrier in rage and pulling the curtains apart angrily), backstage he refused to be filmed.

Both Katsuhiko Nakajima and Masakatsu Funaki had said they were looking forward to their singles match. Nakajima had said it would be short, and while it wasn’t as short as he perhaps thought, (it was 8 minutes, 38 seconds), it was a brutal with a long hangtime on the vertical spike for the win by Katsuhiko Nakajima, meaning that the finals were now Kenoh vs Nakajima, the Kongoh showdown that Nakajima had wanted. When the main event started, you could feel the air being sucked out of Korakuen with expectation as the two of them faced up in the ring prior to the match. There was a handshake, and then it was on. Kicks, vicious slap war, chokes, they bought them out to wear each other down. There was a moment of comedy however when Kenoh did his own “Shutter Chance” on Nakajima, but the night was not to be his past defeating Kiyomiya, it belonged to Katsuhiko Nakajima who won with the Diamond Bomb after 20 minutes. Wrapping himself around the trophy for the second year in a row, Nakajima spoke on the mic and caused Marufuji to leave the commentary booth and come down to the ring.

“I won it this year too! Naomichi Marufuji, after winning the harsh league called the N-1, at last I have come to you. I am not going to finish there. On the 10th October, I am going to take Naomichi Marufuji’s belt in Osaka. Please polish it for then.”

Marufuji  congratulated him on his win, and said;

“I will shatter the confidence, the motivation & the chance to succeed that you gained by winning the league. I am going to break you into small pieces. I will break you so much you won’t even understand the meaning of winning the league. It’s victory or defeat, Katsuhiko”

The title match will take place on the 10th October in Osaka, but the match signing will take place on the 8th October at 17:00 JST on NOAH’s official YouTube (also expected will be the signing of the GHC  Junior Heavyweight and the “Special Tag in Osaka” between Keiji Mutoh and Kazushi Sakuraba vs Kenoh and Kaito Kiyomiya).

Eita humiliates Atsushi Kotoge

Pre-matches during the N-1 haven’t been easy for the juniors as NOAH held some events as empty arena  and attended matches have tended to be N-1 cards only. The pre-matches GHC Junior Heavyweight tag title challenge between Perros Del Mal De Japon (NOSAWA and Eita) and Atsushi Kotoge and Hajime Ohara haven’t happened too often as a result due to that, and Eita’s outside schedule. With only two NOAH junior matches on the card at finals night at Korakuen, Eita obliterated Kotoge in the first and last one. Eita’s tactics included hiding under the ring and emerging the other side to jump his opponent, attacking Kotoge when Kotoge broke the cardinal rule of never ever shaking hands with another NOAH Junior, and even throwing him over the barrier.

Eita’s true humiliation (as Kotoge described it) came at the end of the match when Eita poured water on Kotoge and then left, knocking him with his knee as he did. Backstage, Eita threw even more oil on a division that is ready to erupt at any moment at the slightest provocation, by proclaiming that he was the NOAH Juniors.

Daisuke Harada vs HAYATA

Daisuke Harada and HAYATA clashed in their final pre-match at Korakuen Hall on the 3rd October, and again it was inconclusive and for Daisuke Harada at least (HAYATA is usually emotionless) it was frustrating as the first match ended in a double pin when both HAYATA and Harada had their shoulders down and therefore pinned each other, and when Harada demanded a one on one fight with HAYATA, HAYATA simply left after a few seconds. The title match will take place in Osaka (Daisuke Harada’s hometown and a significant place for HAYATA) on the 10th October.

NOAH Halloween

While there hasn’t been a NOAH Halloween show announced, NOAH are releasing Halloween themed merchandise. Sadly the badges will only be venue only, but fans will be able to purchase a towel, a t-shirt and keyrings with these designs via the online NOAH shop from 22.00 JST on the 10th October. Overseas fans please use a carrier like WhiteRabbit as NOAH cannot deliver internationally. Unsurprisingly HAYATA the pirate and YO-HEY the jester have proved very popular subjects for fan art…but the question must be asked, why those two together in particular been released as designs?

EVENT RECAPS & POST MATCH PROMOS

Event recap: N-1 VICTORY 2021 Finals Night (Sunday October 3rd 2021, Korakuen Hall)

Post Match Interviews: N-1 VICTORY 2021 Finals Night (Sunday October 3rd 2021, Korakuen Hall)

ELSEWHERE IN NOAH

– Naomichi Marufuji says that Kaito Kiyomiya is undergoing training with Yoshinari Ogawa.

– Yuya Susumu has termed his team as “The Hiroshima Boys” in the match on the 15th October in Yokohama. This is himself, Seiki Yoshioka and HAYATA. Not Yoshinari Ogawa. Interestingly, Ogawa has an singles match on that night against Kotaro Suzuki. It’s very rare that Ogawa has singles matches.

– Some brave mosquitos attacked Takashi Sugiura as he sat on a park bench after walking his dogs

– Referee Shu Nishinaga (along with long suffering referee Keigo Yoshino) where travelling in an elevator from an office on the 7th floor of a building when the lift stopped due to the earthquake which hit Tokyo on the 7th October. Both had to navigate a pitch black emergency staircase.

– Kenoh says he climbed Mount Fuji this summer, and did it in four hours.

– Kendo Kashin has decided that Manabu Soya should order a bed for his NOAH care home as he did an advert for nursing beds. Soya told him that if he wanted one, then he should approach the company directly. Akitoshi Saito said he wants a king sized bed with a water mattress.

– Naomichi Marufuji visited Takuma Sano recently at Sano’s restaurant. Sano has the old design of him made a few years ago, when the NOAH roster at the time where characterized as animals.

– Kenoh says that the picture on the front of Weekly Pro this week of himself and Katsuhiko Nakajima after the match was “Kongoh pride”

– HAYATA got into a fight with the gate when attempting to walk off from the match at Korakuen Hall.

– Arch rivals Kaito Kiyomiya and Kenoh not only have to team on the 10th October in Osaka (Kenoh’s reaction was one of shocked fury, while Kiyomiya has made no comment), but also are slated to attend the press conference on the 8th.

CURRENT CHAMPIONS

  • GHC Heavyweight Champion: Naomichi Marufuji
    Challenger: Katsuhiko Nakajima, (GRAND SQUARE 2021 in OSAKA, Edion Arena Osaka 1st Stadium, October 10th)
  • GHC Junior Champion: HAYATA
    Challenger: Daisuke Harada, (GRAND SQUARE 2021 in OSAKA, Edion Arena Osaka 1st Stadium, October 10th)
  • GHC Heavyweight Tag Champions: Masa Kitamiya & Kaito Kiyomiya
    Challengers: TBA
  • GHC Junior Tag Champions: Atsushi Kotoge & Hajime Ohara
    Challengers: Perros De Mal Del Japon (Nosawa RONGAI & Eita), (GRAND SQUARE 2021 in OSAKA, Edion Arena Osaka 1st Stadium, October 10th)
  • GHC National Champion: Takashi Sugiura 
    Challenger: TBA

 

THIS WEEK IN NOAH

(Full October schedule)

Sunday, October 10th: GRAND SQUARE 2021 in Osaka

Osaka EDION Arena, 1st Stadium

Start time: 4pm JST

Broadcast: ABEMA & WrestleUniverse

*Broadcast Note

WrestleUniverse will have English commentary.

Hopefully the ABEMA broadcast will be a free and worldwide one, but please note that whether it is or isn’t, if you are outside of Japan you should not subscribe to ABEMA to watch the show as unfortunately you need to be a subscriber to watch replays or to watch the event from the beginning should you be tuning in half way through. Unless you are either in Japan, or have a VPN that you know is compatible with ABEMA, subscribing and the added difficulty of finding a VPN that works is not recommended. A far better investment would be a subscription to WrestleUniverse as at the time of writing, you will not be charged until January 2022.

LINKS

“I’m the only one!” Kenoh’s law, domination of the N-1 and putting Marufuji on notice for the taking of the GHC

“I wanted to get rid of the glitzy look, and focus on professional wrestling” – the full resurrection of NOAH’s Supernova, Kaito Kiyomiya confesses the true intention of his image renewal

“The Best Fresh Feeling” Naomichi Marufuji aspires to a “same unit confrontation” with Funaki, a request for the 10th October Osaka event

With thanks to: Metal NOAH

GIF taken from WrestleUniverse

Picture credit (badges) NOAH GHC

 


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(NOAH) NOAH WEEKLY NEWSLETTER VOL.150 ~ 21ST NOVEMBER 2021

With their own big Budokan event coming up, and the huge crossover news, Hisame tells us all about the events in Pro Wrestling NOAH!

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NEWS

New Japan vs NOAH

On November 18th NOAH and New Japan both announced that they would be making a press conference on both of their respective YouTube channels on Saturday 20th November. Kaito Kiyomiya fueled further speculation by posting a picture of himself holding a picture of Kazuchika Okada, which had appeared on the front of Weekly Pro in June 2020, and captioning it “The Future”. At the press conference on the 20th, New Japan announced that as part of their 50th anniversary celebrations, they would be holding a joint Wrestle Kingdom show on January 8th 2022 at the Yokohama Arena. No mention was made of either side about the disaster of the “Suzuki Gun” era when Bushiroad owned NOAH, which indicates that both companies want to wipe the slate clean for the sake of the future. NOAH are not the company they were in 2015 and New Japan too have undergone a lot of changes.

The press conference was attended by Kaito Kiyomiya (ironically the only person in the room who was part of the fight against the Suzuki Army) and Hiroshi Tanahashi. A VTR was shown of three New Japan wrestlers (Hiroshi Tanahashi, Kazuchika Okada and current champion, Takagi Shingo) and three NOAH wrestlers (Kaito Kiyomiya, Keiji Mutoh and current champion, Katsuhiko Nakajima). Shingo said he had two names in mind, Naomichi Marufuji and Katsuhiko Nakajima, Nakajima whom he debuted the same year as and had lost to twice in the past, so “it’s time for some revenge”. Nakajima said he had no idea who their champion was, and Okada said he had no idea who was even in NOAH, and that if Kiyomiya really had wanted “to experience the Rainmaker”, he should have been more persistent. After Kiyomiya and Tanahashi had their say to the press with Kiyomiya vowing to make New Japan regret competing against NOAH, and Tanahashi saying he wanted to fight the one who represented NOAH the most, the two squared up before leaving the stage. Kiyomiya says that his original goal was Okada, but now he has a new focus, Tanahashi. No card has been announced as of yet, but KENTA has posted a picture of himself as GHC Heavyweight champion saying “See you there”

“The biggest announcement in history ever made”

For the New Year’s day event at The Nippon Budokan, NOAH have said they have five to make, with number four being what they are calling “the biggest in history”. This will be announced at this Tuesday. Kenoh says that the fifth announcement will be him walking out of The Budokan as a double champion.

Perros Del Mal De Japon vs STINGER; No Touch Tag Rules

In a recent interview, Yoshinari Ogawa verified that he never actually intended to challenge for the GHC Junior Heavyweight tag belts with Yasutaka Yano. He had told Yano to return the belts to NOSAWA Rongai and Eita as a way of humiliating them, but Yano had gotten a little carried away. Ogawa says that Yano needs more experience in the ring before he can start challenging for titles. He did feel sorry for him though being attacked and drenched in water. Ogawa stated that if he was going to challenge for the tag titles, then it was going to be with HAYATA and HAYATA only, but he also had a proposal for Eita. Why wasn’t the tag done under the DragonGate No Touch rules? What this basically means is that a tag partner does not have to tag in, he can get legally in the ring once his opponent is at ringside. Perhaps both NOSAWA and Eita should have thought more about accepting, as Ogawa rarely comes up with anything like this that will seemingly benefit his opponents and not himself, without having some kind of plan in mind. Title match will take place on the 28th November, with a handicap match between Ogawa and Yano vs NOSAWA taking place on the 23rd.

ELSEWHERE IN NOAH

– Kaito Kiyomiya endured a bit of teasing online due to appearing at the New Japan vs NOAH press conference in an oversized green jacket. Takashi Sugiura almost echoed Giant Baba when he wondered about the fashions of young people these days.

– Keiji Mutoh says he has an ambition to be GHC National Champion for his 60th birthday.

– Kenoh is convinced that by “this time next week” he will be heading to The Nippon Budokan as both the GHC National and the GHC Heavyweight Champion

– Hirooki Goto said he wanted to fight Takashi Sugiura at Wrestle Kingdom. Sugiura said he wanted anyone but Goto.

– Naomichi Marufuji was at an appearance/talk recently, and said that red used to be his color but he had to change it due to Kongoh, which meant that fans were still using the red penlight color for him. He was kind of irritated that he’d had to change!

– Yoshiki Inamura has resumed prowling Tokyo and photographing dogs and cats.

– Hitoshi Kumano hinted that he will be returning to the ring.

– Money raised from NOAH THE Home has bought some new equipment to the dojo. However, Yoshiki Inamura still seems to be used as weight by Daisuke Harada.

CURRENT CHAMPIONS

  • GHC Heavyweight Champion: Katsuhiko Nakajima
    Challenger: Kenoh – LEC Cleanup! presents NOAH the BEST 2021, Yoyogi National Stadium Second Gymnasium, Sunday, November 28th
  • GHC Junior Champion: HAYATA
    Challenger: Tadasuke – THE WARROAD 2021 in NAGOYA, Aichi / Nagoya Congress Center Event Hall, Sunday, December 5th 2021
  • GHC Heavyweight Tag Champions: The M’s alliance (Naomichi Marufuji and Keiji Mutoh)
    Challengers: TBA
  • GHC Junior Tag Champions: Perros De Mal Del Japon (NOSAWA Rongai & Eita)
    Challengers: STINGER (HAYATA & Yoshinari Ogawa) – LEC Cleanup! presents NOAH the BEST 2021, Yoyogi National Stadium Second Gymnasium, Sunday, November 28th
  • GHC National Champion: Kenoh
    Challenger: Katsuhiko Nakajima – LEC Cleanup! presents NOAH the BEST 2021, Yoyogi National Stadium Second Gymnasium, Sunday, November 28th

THIS WEEK IN NOAH

(Full November schedule)

Monday, November 22nd: Hitoshi Kumano (30)

Monday, November 22nd: Bison Smith memorial (2011)

PREMIUM PRELUDE 2021

Tuesday, November 23rd

Niigata / Bandaijima Multipurpose Plaza Large Kama

Start time: 17:30 JST

Broadcast: TBA

LEC Cleanup! presents NOAH the BEST 2021

Sunday, November 28th

Yoyogi National Stadium Second Gymnasium

Start time: 3pm JST

Broadcast: ABEMA, WrestleUniverse

LINKS

Guide to New Japan vs NOAH

NOAH vs New Japan: Press conference transcript

“Breaking the impasse in the world with the power of pro wrestling” – fighting against NOAH at the Yokohama Arena Event on January 8th next year

“I will match you” – Yoshinari Ogawa proposes a no touch rule to Eita in GHC Junior Tag Battle

Keiji Mutoh’s three promotion “Grand Slam” achieved. Next year is 60th birthday, New Year ambition is to “aim for the red belt”

With thanks to: Nodapooh

GIFS taken from NOAH Official YouTube


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(NOAH) NOAH WEEKLY NEWSLETTER VOL.149 ~ 15TH NOVEMBER 2021

We see a Dream Team make a bid for gold and sights are set on the Budokan main event! Hisame let’s us know about all the NOAH current events!

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NEWS

Kenoh & Katsuhiko: GHC and National double championship match

Kenoh defeated Masaaki Mochizuki for the GHC National at the Yokohama Budokan on Saturday 13th November. Before anyone could announce a challenge, Kenoh spoke on the microphone to announce he had other plans. One of Kenoh’s long cherished dreams is to be a double champion, namely the GHC National Champion and the GHC Heavyweight Champion at the same time. Whenever he has the National (and this is his second title reign, which is ironic as he said he wasn’t interested in it once), he always challenges the GHC Heavyweight Champion to a title vs title match. The fact that the champion was his unit member, Katsuhiko Nakajima, didn’t bother him and he challenged, bluntly saying he wanted to be the GHC Heavyweight Champion at the Nippon Budokan and he was therefore challenging Katsuhiko Nakajima to a belt vs belt match. Nakajima, looking like a wolf who has spied some new tasty prey, came to the ring and said he had no objection to Kenoh’s challenge and would do it. Later when Kenoh was cutting a promo backstage, Nakajima appeared and the two held up their belts glaring at each other. Nakajima smiled eerily and said, “I am looking forward to it, Kenoh”.

Title match has been set for 28th November at the Yoyogi National Stadium No 2 Gymnasium.

Aleja out, Tadasuke in; HAYATA’S next challenger

HAYATA retained the GHC Junior Heavyweight against Aleja at the Yokohama Budokan, and was challenged after the match by Tadasuke. Despite the loss of his Aleja (“Aleja Aleja”) Tadasuke said he was on a roll that night after defeating YO-HEY earlier on, and took the chance when there was a gap for a new challenger. HAYATA and Tadasuke have a long history together before RATELS; teaming together in Osaka Pro, teaming together in Dove. For both this is going to be a very different challenge, HAYATA is not the HAYATA that Tadasuke knew, and for HAYATA this is probably the first challenger he’s had out of the challengers so far (Tadasuke is number seven) who can wrestle like a heavyweight.

Title match has been set for Aichi / Nagoya Congress Center Event Hall, Sunday, December 5th 2021.

Marufuji’s dream, and Kiyomiya’s nightmare; M’s alliance win the GHC Heavyweight Tag Titles

Puroresu once again was witness to a generational struggle between veterans and younger generations of wrestlers, when Naomichi Marufuji and Keiji Mutoh defeated Kaito Kiyomiya and Masa Kitamiya for the tag titles. For Naomichi Marufuji this is a boyhood dream to team with Keiji Mutoh (and a chance to remind his juniors that they are nit going to come him) and for Keiji Mutoh this means that he gets a Grand Slam tag record and does not have to finish the year without wearing a belt. For Kaito Kiyomiya, this was again a nightmare as his nemesis Keiji Mutoh was once again triumphant, although it was not Kiyomiya who Mutoh had pinned. No challengers have come forward as of yet.

“NOSAWA. NOSAWA who lost to me in Kumamoto”

Yoshinari Ogawa’s revenge on the humiliation that Eita had poured him on (literally) was brutal when in a match that ended with Eita using a chair on him which had the match thrown out, he left NOSAWA hanging over the ropes and Eita on the mat after a submission move, he walked off with the GHC Junior Tag Titles. Backstage, NOSAWA was talking about how he and Eita were not going to defend the belts in NOAH when Yasutaka Yano returned them to them. Yano, handing the belt to NOSAWA and shoving Eita’s into his chest, told “NOSAWA. NOSAWA, who lost to me in Kumamoto” that he and Yoshinari Ogawa were teaming up to challenge for the belts. Because Yano is NOAH Born and therefore cannot sustain being rude for long (being stubborn is another matter), when NOSAWA told him to repeat himself as due to his old age he didn’t quite catch it, Yano very politely did and got knocked to the floor, beaten down, covered with water, his shirt ripped and his pants pulled down by Eita on the way out and told by NOSAWA that if Ogawa wanted a title match then he would give one to himself and HAYATA, not this “little boy”. BUT, if Yano really did want a match, then he would give him one, a two on one match which would be Ogawa and Yano vs NOSAWA. The handicap match will take place on Tuesday November 23rd in Niigata, with the title match taking place on the 28th November.

WrestleUniverse uploads

WrestleUniverse will upload Samurai TV NOAH content from 2019. So far they are not uploading anything classic from NOAH’s “Golden Era”, but the fact that NOAH are able to do this is a good start.

Nippon Budokan announcements

NOAH will make two further announcements regarding the Nippon Budokan event at their shows on the 28th November and the 5th December. So far we have had special guest commentators, Funky Kaito doing the theme music and an ABEMA special broadcast.

EVENT RECAPS & POST MATCH PROMOS

GO ON THE DEMOLITION STATE 2021 (November 10th, Korakuen Hall)

Event recap

Post match interviews

DEMOLITION STAGE 2021 IN YOKOHAMA (November 13th, Yokohama Budokan)

Event recap

Post match interviews 

ELSEWHERE IN NOAH

– Tadasuke wondered if the ringside camera was broken as when he went to watch the WrestleUniverse Yokohama Budokan event, he saw only himself talking at it and not to it. Tadasuke didn’t explain however the invisible crowd he was pushing through when making his way to the ring though.

– An eight man tag match will see Naomichi Marufuji and Takashi Sugiura team with Funky Express (Mohammed Yone and King Tani), Marufuji asked “Gisu” (Sugi) if they were going to be funky. Sugi said yes, so funky that Tani would have no choice but to quit. Sugi had also wondered that Tani was ever the serious soldier from the JSDF.

– “Yoneya”, Mohammed Yone’s restaurant, celebrated ten years in business this past week. Sadly someone stole some of the flowers given to mark the occasion. Yone wondered about such people in the world.

– Daisuke Harada turned 35 on the 13th November. However, he had two complaints; the first was to NOAH GHC for posting a picture of him being photobombed by his older brother, to which he said to them to never ever use that picture ever again and the second complaint was that despite the fact that he and Atsushi Kotoge had arrived at the venue and left the venue at the same time, Kotoge hadn’t even given him a present. Knowing Kotoge he had probably forgotten it was Harada’s birthday.

– Kendo Kashin was thrown off a ledge by King Tani in Yokohama, but no help was forthcoming from either Takashi Sugiura or Kazushi Sakuraba who were more annoyed about losing the match, and then tried to exit the arena only to have to turn around and go back as they were going the wrong way.

CURRENT CHAMPIONS

  • GHC Heavyweight Champion: Katsuhiko Nakajima
    Challenger: Kenoh, LEC Cleanup! presents NOAH the BEST 2021, Yoyogi National Stadium Second Gymnasium, Sunday, November 28th
  • GHC Junior Champion: HAYATA
    Challenger: Tadasuke, THE WARROAD 2021 in NAGOYA, Aichi / Nagoya Congress Center Event Hall, Sunday, December 5th 2021
  • GHC Heavyweight Tag Champions: The M’s alliance (Naomichi Marufuji and Keiji Mutoh)
    Challengers: TBA
  • GHC Junior Tag Champions: Perros De Mal Del Japon (NOSAWA Rongai & Eita)
    Challengers: STINGER (HAYATA & Yoshinari Ogawa), LEC Cleanup! presents NOAH the BEST 2021, Yoyogi National Stadium Second Gymnasium, Sunday, November 28th
  • GHC National Champion: Kenoh
    Challenger: Katsuhiko Nakajima, LEC Cleanup! presents NOAH the BEST 2021, Yoyogi National Stadium Second Gymnasium, Sunday, November 28th

THIS WEEK IN NOAH

(November schedule)

Wednesday, November 17th: Kinya Okada (29)

Thursday, November 18th: Yoshiki Inamura (29)

LINKS

“I would like to chase a record breaking match”, Mutoh announced the second double tag in history of the Big Three conquest – The GHC Tag signing ceremony

GHC National Match Signing: Mochizuki is calm, Kenoh declares “Stop the middle aged” and declares a Kongoh monopoly on single titles

“It’s all Kashin’s fault” – with all ways blocked at home and in the ring, King Tani to get rid of his anger in Yokohama

“A wonderful card for me to check comparison” Yoshiki Inamura return interview


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