New Japan Road To Destruction Results, 9/09

Road To Destruction Day 2, 9/09 - Full Show with Japanese Commentary Yuji Nagata, Tetsuhiro Yagi, & Tomoyuki Oka b. Manabu Nakanishi, Katsuya Kitamura, & Shota Umino when Oka submitted Umino with a Boston Crab. Last show Kitamura teamed with Nagata, and Oka with Nakanishi. Seems they switched places for this match. Nagata and Nakanishi started out. Kitamura tagged in, followed by Yagi. Nakanishi and his Young Lions worked over Yagi. Yagi kicked out of a Nakanishi Big Splash. Kitamura and Yagi ...continue reading

A1 Podcast: Mae Young Classic, NJPW Dominion, AJ Styles Appears At Wildside Reunion

Streaming Link courtesy Stitcher - A1 Podcast On Stitcher Direct Link - A1 Podcast Episode 361 iTunes Page - A1 Podcast on iTunes It's a slightly different format for The A1 Podcast this week, as each panelist has their own segment. Josh talks The Mae Young Classic Finals of Kairi Sane vs. Shayna Baszler, and how Sane wrestle at an upcoming NXT Takeover. Seth reviews Night One of New Japan's Road To Destruction featuring a Survivor Series style Elimination Match. Norko talks ...continue reading

New Japan Road To Destruction Results, 9/07

Road To Destruction, Day 1 - Full Show with Japanese Commentary Like many "Road To" shows, this one was entirely tag matches to build toward title matches at the actual Destruction events. However the main event being an Elimination Match is definitely interesting considering World Champion Okada is in the match. Shota Umino d. Tetsuhiro Yagi in 10 minutes. Lots of mat based wrestling between the two Young Lions. Umino scored several near falls after a shoulderblock. Yagi fended off a half ...continue reading

G1 Climax Finals Results – 8/13

G1 Climax Finals Results, 8/13 - Full Show with English Commentary by Kevin Kelly, Don Callis, & Rocky Romero Well, here we are folks, the finals of a month long tournament! Suzuki-Gun (Yoshinobu Kanemaru, Taichi, El Desperado, & Taka Michinoku) b. IWGP Junior Heavyweight Champion KUSHIDA, Jyushin Thunder Liger, Tiger Mask IV, & Hirai Kawato when Kanemaru pinned Kawato with a Deep Impact DDT. Desperado was carrying the IWFP Junior Heavyweight Title Belt he stole from Kushida the night before. ...continue reading

G1 Climax B Block Night 9 Results – 8/12

G1 Climax B Block Night 9 Results, 8/12 - Full Show with English Commentary by Kevin Kelly, Don Callis, & Rocky Romero Suzuki-Gun (Yoshinobu Kanemaru, Taichi, El Desperado, & Taka Michinoku) b. IWGP Junior Heavyweight Champion KUSHIDA, Jyushin Thunder Liger, Tiger Mask IV, & Hirai Kawato when Desperado pinned Kawato with Pinche Loco. The heels attacked before the bell. Desperado and Kushida were the only men in the ring at the bell, so they're the legal men. Quicke exchange between the two ...continue reading

A1 Podcast: SummerSlam Weekend Preview, G1 Climax 27 Winner

Streaming Link courtesy Stitcher - A1 Podcast On Stitcher Direct Link - A1 Podcast Episode 357 iTunes Page - A1 Podcast on iTunes WWE's annual SummerSlam event is right arond the corner. Join Norko and Seth as they preview all the matches for both NXT Takeover: Brooklyn III and SummerSlam itselfNXT Takeover: Brooklyn IIINXT Championship: Bobby Roode(c) vs. Drew McIntyreNXT Women's Championship: Asuka(c) vs. Ember MoonNXT Tag Team Championship: The Authors Of Pain (Akan & Rezar)(c) ...continue reading

G1 Climax A Block Night 9 Results – 8/11

G1 Climax A Block Night 9 Results, 8/11 - Full Show with English Commentary by Kevin Kelly, Don Callis, and Rocky Romero Suzuki-Gun (NEVER Openweight Champion Minoru Suzuki, Taichi, & El Desperado) b. Hirai Kawato, Tomoyuki, & Katsyua Kitamura when Desperado pinned Kawato with a Pinche Loco. The Young Lions jumped the heels before the bell. Oka and Suzuki were the first to make it into the ring, thus making them the legal men. Suzuki chopped Oka into oblivion, until Oka tagged in Kitamura. ...continue reading

G1 Climax B Block Night 8 Results – 8/08

G1 Climax B Block Night 8 Results, 8/08 - Full Show with Japanese Commentary Chase Owens p. Tomoyuki Oka with a Package Piledriver. Oka got the shine early as he overpowered Owens in just bout every way. It took Owens dopping Oka over the ropes twice for the momentum to change. Owens hit a neckbreaker and a Penalty kick for near fals. Oka made his comeback and put Owens in a Boston Crab. Owens made it to the ropes and kicked Oka in the face. Oka kicked out of a Lariat, but soon fell to the ...continue reading