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Wednesday, December 29, 2021

Retro Wrestling Gaming: A Look at WWF (WWE) Superstars (1989, Technōs Japan)

Check out my piece about retro wrestling game WWF (WWE) Superstars from 1989 for Daily DDT:

http://dld.bz/j7edt

Sunday, December 19, 2021

[Michinoku Pro][PHOTOS] Michinoku Pro’s 12/17/21 Tokyo Event

You can read a report on the event here.

Attendance: 700


Ayumu Gunji vs. Yasuyoshi Ogasawara.


Both wrestlers want to move up in the singles division.


Ayumu Gunji often opted for submission holds, while Yasuyoshi Ogasawara focused on aeriel and power moves.


In the end, Ayumu Gunji's submission strategy won out.


Masahiro Takanashi & Yuna Mizumori vs. Baliyan Akki & Sayaka.


Showing what the wrestlers of Gatoh Move have to offer.


Yuna Mizumori pinned Sayaka for the win.


Jinsei Shinzaki and Dick Togo vs. Manabu and Ken45.


Four very important members of Michinoku Pro's history.


This is wrestling.


Dick Togo forced Ken45 to submit to his signature crossface hold.


MUSASHI, Koji Kawamura, and  Yasutaka Oosera vs. Rui Hyugaji, Rasse, and Rekka. 


The battle was intense.


MUSASHI picked up the win for the new generation.


Space War.


After all of the participants arrived, the Space War began.


It didn't take very long for the ring to be taken apart.


The Great Sasuke did a senton onto a table.



After that, The Great Sasuke was bashed in the head with a traffic sign.



The tide turned when The Great Sasuke successfully dodged a powder attack.


The Great Sasuke used his signature Senton Atomico to pick up the win for his team.