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    My first impression of the tournament was that there were a lot of hoss teams thrown into the mix. I dig that a lot. It's probably the main advantage that All Japan has over most Japanese promotions nowadays, although unfortunately that leaves them with a rather poor Junior Heavyweight division.

    Valetta was decent enough during his last tour with All Japan so I think he'll do well enough. From what I read it seems he hasn't had a whole lot of experience outside of very small and obscure promotions, so this tournament will hopefully help him with that. Teaming with someone as experienced as Tajiri and facing a lot of different teams in the span of a month should be great for anyone in that position.

    In some other interesting news, All Japan is partnering up with Pro Wrestling Revolution, an independent promotion based in San Jose, CA, to hold tryouts in March 2019. I don't know if this is something they've done in the past or something new they're trying out, but I'm curious what comes out of it, for sure.

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    For sure, all the AJPW juniors stuff I've seen in the past few years has been very unremarkable. Just not their strong suit, it seems.

    A US partner, huh? Probably won't lead to more than a few extra gaijins in the promotion but that's not a bad thing either. Could be some cool discoveries.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mizfan View Post
    For sure, all the AJPW juniors stuff I've seen in the past few years has been very unremarkable. Just not their strong suit, it seems.
    Yep, this pretty much sums it up. Whenever All Japan has a Junior Heavyweight title match recently, I've given them a watch. But it's just not something that makes me want to seek out more. Not that they're bad by any stretch, but to me they don't do much to differentiate themselves from the heavyweights there. I'm not vouching for flips and crazy acrobatics all the time, but when they do the same as the rest of the roster it just makes them look like smaller rip-offs of their heavyweight counterparts. I just think that they need to help bolster that division, and if they don't care for it they should just cut the division out because it drags their shows a bit, in my opinion.

    Speaking of that stuff, it was announced that Super Crazy will be part of the Lucha Fiesta shows that All Japan is putting together next month. I didn't even know he's still wrestling - his Wikipedia page only has info up to his NOAH run three years ago. That actually might be interesting to see, to be honest. They also announced a few other wrestlers from CMLL that will be making the tour (that I honestly don't know about because I don't follow Mexico's promotions at all):

    - El Diamante
    - Sam Adonis
    - Ultimo Panda
    - Super Ciudadano

    All Japan also announced a few of their 2019 Champion Carnival dates. The tournament will start on April 4 and run until April 29, and they'll have four Korakuen Hall shows during the tournament including the opening show and I believe the final three shows, which I'll take as a good sign that they're running so many shows there.

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    Super Crazy is actually still very active wrestling here and there all over the world, so that's not entirely surprising that he'd pop up. I haven't seen him recently but I'd be interested to so maybe that's something to check out. The only name on that list I know off the top of my head is Sam Adonis, brother of Corey Graves. He's pretty solid, not amazing from what I've seen but not a bad guy to have in. Gonna try to go to any of those Champion Carnival shows, Deg?

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    Ah, I knew I'd heard of Sam Adonis before! I don't see any Mexican wrestling at all so I'm completely unfamiliar about who's doing what there.

    I wish I could travel to Tokyo for one of the Korakuen shows, but I'll definitely try to go to the Champion Carnival stop they'll most likely make in Osaka. The one I went to this year was really fun. I'm sure next year they'll have a good group of people again.

    They'll have two shows in Osaka for the Real World Tag League tournament shows in December - I think I'll be going to one of them since they'll have a decent card that day: Doering/James vs. Nomura/Aoyagi, Violent Giants vs. Akiyama/Sekimoto, and Zeus/Bodyguard vs. Kento/Yoshitatsu. Should be a fun one.

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    If you want to check out a bit of Sam Adonis, he had a pretty good hair vs. hair match with the legendary Negro Casas earlier this year!


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    Thanks for sharing that, pretty cool to see Negro Casas still out putting out matches over there!

    Yesterday was All Japan's big Yokohama show. It seems to have done okay, just one person shy of 2000 people. Although to be fair, it's a 5000-seat gym, so it was at 40% capacity. The production people did a decent job covering it up by keeping the arena mostly dark. I just had time to catch the title matches, which is what interested me the most.

    Tajiri defended the TV championship against Rikidozan's grandson, Chikara Momota. It was okay for what it was, but Momota looked to be pretty green in the ring, despite apparently having four years of experience. He just looked very stiff and often felt like he was a bit lost on what to do next. Thankfully he was in the hands of a vet like Tajiri to steer that ship. Not sure if Momota will be around All Japan more often - hopefully he'll have a chance to improve there.

    The Violent Giants (Shuji Ishikawa and Suwama) defeated the team of Kengo Mashimo and KAI in a solid match. I'm happy to see Ishikawa and Suwama seemingly okay after missing most of this tour with injuries. Outside of Ishikawa having a wrapped-up shoulder and arm, neither of them looked to be hurt. Mashimo and KAI have an interesting dynamic, more of a "everything you can I do, I can do better" vibe. I look forward to seeing more of them in the upcoming tournament.

    In the main event, Kento Miyahara became the new Triple Crown Champion by defeating Zeus in a really good match. It's one of the longer All Japan main events in a while, clocking in at 34 minutes. It was a straight-up fight, and it had a big match feeling as well. It kinda had a feeling of an old-school type of title match. There were a few spots outside of the ring but almost everything was contained inside the ring. I like this match a lot, and I recommend it (although mizfan will probably dislike the number of Blackout knee strikes Miyahara hit - I stopped counting after 6). This is the Miyahara's fourth reign, tying Terry Gordy's number of reigns, and just behind Kawada (5), Misawa (5), and Suwama (6) in total number of title reigns. Considering he's still 29 years old, I'm sure he'll surpass those reigns, although I'm hoping he has a lengthy run this time around.

    I'm not sure what will happen next, given that the next thing going on in All Japan is the Real World Tag League tournament. Maybe something will happen there to lead to a title defense in early 2019.

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    Had no idea Chikara was Rikidozan's grandson! I just watched my first Rikidozan match the other day, so that's an interesting connection.

    Heard great things about Zeus/Kento, may have to seek that one out!

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    I recently caught TAJIRI vs. Super Crazy for the TV Championship from last week. It's crazy that these two guys from the original ECW are still battling it out in 2018.

    The match was actually fun for the most part. It was slow-paced, as you might expect from two guys in their mid to late-40s and have been at this wrestling thing for decades, along with this being All Japan where it's the norm. A few rest holds and some back and forth action with both guys pulling out their usual repertoire of moves. I was kind of surprised to see Super Crazy perform not one, but three moonsaults in this match, and they looked really good. The match ended in a draw after a double pin, so TAJIRI kept the TV Championship on him.

    This isn't a match I'd recommend people go out and seek immediately but I just thought it was cool to see these two vets put out a fun, quick match these days.

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    Tajiri/Crazy had some of my favorite matches ever 18 years(!!) ago, so I'm not surprised they're still doing pretty well even in their older age. Just the novelty of checking out that match again is enough to make me thing perhaps I should seek it out!

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    As I'm getting caught up on the stuff I was behind on there's a bit more time in my life to go searching for AJPW stuff. Anything from the past few months I should make an effort to track down?

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    There's a Kento Miyahara vs. Zeus match from 10/21 that got rave reviews, though I haven't had a chance to check it out!

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    PT, there were two matches between Kento Miyahara and Naomichi Marufuji this year (the finals of Champion Carnival in April and the Triple Crown title shot stemming from that match in May) that were really solid. I'd recommend those along with mizfan's recommendation of Miyahara vs. Zeus from October. I also remembered that a lot of Shingo Takagi's matches in this year's Champion Carnival were really good, especially against Miyahara, Yuji Hino and Shuji Ishikawa, so those might be worth a watch too.

    I've been pretty behind on wrestling in general since I went on vacation last month. I'm slowly catching up to all the things I've been trying to keep up with. The finals of the tournament happen later today. There are currently five teams left in the running, all of them tied at 12 points apiece. There will be four matches to determine the top two teams, who will then face each other in the finals at the end of the show to determine the winner. The teams left are Joe Doering/Dylan James, Jun Akiyama/Daisuke Sekimoto, KAI/Kengo Mashimo, Violent Giants and The End. I'm still thinking Doering and James (now known as "The Bomber") will win the tournament, so we'll see.

    I finally got a bit up to date with All Japan's Tag Team series, although I have only watched one show for the whole tournament which I went to see live so I don't know how it's been as far as quality goes. The show I went to had some good matches (although way too short). There was a really great match between Shuji Ishikawa and Suwama against Jun Akiyama and Daisuke Sekimoto that I enjoyed a lot, and the main event of Miyahara and Yoshitatsu against Zeus and Bodyguard was also fun to see. I also saw The End for the first time as part of an 8-man tag, and they look like a really solid team. I was really impressed by them and hope they get to tour Japan some more. I just wish the show had more than the two hours it did.

    As always, I also had fun scanning the merch tables and seeing a lot of the wrestlers there. Tajiri was selling his merch outside and looked like a grumpy old man when I got there for some reason. But I then saw him later letting some fans hold his TV Championship belt and pose for pics with them which was cool to see. The End was super-popular with the fans, selling a lot of signed 8x10's and posing for pictures with a ton of people and having little kids come up to them constantly. Ultimo Dragon was also selling merch and pics, although I never saw him stand up from his chair once. And Joe Doering gave me a hard sell for one of his shirts which I almost did buy but I really didn't want to spend 5000 Yen (~$44) for a simple T-shirt. Always a fun time at these events.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Degenerate View Post
    PT, there were two matches between Kento Miyahara and Naomichi Marufuji this year (the finals of Champion Carnival in April and the Triple Crown title shot stemming from that match in May) that were really solid. I'd recommend those along with mizfan's recommendation of Miyahara vs. Zeus from October. I also remembered that a lot of Shingo Takagi's matches in this year's Champion Carnival were really good, especially against Miyahara, Yuji Hino and Shuji Ishikawa, so those might be worth a watch too.
    I think those Marufuji/Miyahara matches were pretty much the last things I got to see, so I'll keep my eyes peeled for the Zeus match and for some of those Takagi matches you've mentioned.

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    The tag team tournament wrapped up a few days ago, with Joe Doering and Dylan James winning the tournament in the finals against the Violent Giants (Suwama and Shuji Ishikawa). The finals were in Korakuen with a reported attendance of 1758, which is really solid especially considering it was a Tuesday show. I'm happy to see a nice crowd on hand for them.

    With All Japan just about wrapped up for the year, they announced their first big matches of the year. They're running back to back shows at Korakuen Hall on January 2nd and 3rd with almost all their titles on the line in different matches:

    January 2nd:

    - Koji Iwamoto vs. Yusuke Okada for the Junior Heavyweight Championship
    - Violent Giants (Suwama / Shuji Ishikawa) vs. The Bomber (Joe Doering / Dylan James) for the World Tag Team Championships

    January 3rd:

    - TAJIRI vs. Minoru Fujita for the GAORA Television Championship
    - Naoya Nomura and Yuma Aoyagi vs. Takao Omori and Black Mensore for the All-Asia Tag Team Championships
    - Kento Miyahara vs. KAI for the Triple Crown Championship

    Both of those shows should have great main events, so I'm looking forward to them.

    All Japan also announced the participants of the Junior Battle of Glory, their yearly Jr. Heavyweight tournament. There's not much to say about the participants, just the usual smaller guys that have wrestled in the company before. I'm not all that interested.

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    Woo, Doering and Dylan for the win! I'm all about that!

    Really glad they are still using Tajiri so much. He may look grumpy because he's 48 and probably has more than his share of aches and pains, but I love that he still interacts with the fan. If you see him again, please know he's got a tremendously big fan back in America!

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    Am I right in hearing that the AJPW tag belts have been lost on a BJW show to a team from that promotion?

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    It's been a while since I wrote any updates here! I've kept up with All Japan but just didn't get much time to write about it here. I got a lot of updates now.

    There's an ongoing collaboration / storyline with Big Japan wrestlers coming in to All Japan. The team of Strong BJ (Daisuke Sekimoto and Yuji Okabayashi) beat the Violent Giants (Suwama and Shuji Ishikawa) for the World Tag Team titles at a Big Japan show last month. This is actually their third time with that title, having won it in 2016 and 2017.

    The whole All Japan / Big Japan collab has been turned into something of a storyline. Jake Lee had spent some time trying to get a Triple Crown title shot, but after Strong BJ won the tag titles he put it on hold. He declared it an "emergency" and vowed to return the tag titles back to All Japan. Lee and Ryoji Sai failed in yesterday's show in a really good 30 minute tag match. The founder of Big Japan (Great Kojika) was at the show and he said that more titles will go to Big Japan soon, setting his aim at the current All-Asia Tag Team champs.

    The main event of yesterday's show was Kento Miyahara defeating Suwama in a great match that I'd recommend people go watch. The story behind this was that Kento had failed to beat Suwama in one-on-one competition for a long time (or ever?). Kento finally got that monkey off his back. After the match, his NEXSTREAM stablemate and current All-Asia Tag Team Champion Naoya Nomura came out surprisingly declared he wanted a shot at the Triple Crown championship. Not only that, he was so firm in his decision that he decided to leave NEXSTREAM altogether and relinquish his All-Asia title so he could focus on becoming the Triple Crown champ. This turn of events is really, really interesting. I dig Nomura a lot and this is his first chance to be in a major program so I want to see what he can do.

    Finally, this year's Champion Carnival roster was announced. It'll feature 18 wrestlers, many of them from other promotions:

    A Block:

    - Kento Miyahara
    - Kengo Mashimo (from K-DOJO)
    - Yuma Aoyagi
    - Zeus
    - Gianni Valletta
    - Ryoji Sai
    - Dylan James
    - Shuji Ishikawa
    - Yuji Okabayashi (from BJW)

    B Block:

    - Joe Doering
    - Jake Lee
    - Yoshitatsu
    - Takashi Yoshida (a.k.a. Cyber Kong from Dragon Gate)
    - Daichi Hashimoto (from BJW)
    - Sam Adonis (from CMLL)
    - Joel Redman (formerly Oliver Grey of NXT)
    - Naoya Nomura
    - Suwama

    Lots of debuts and people who didn't participate last year. There are also a few missing names that surprised me. Jun Akiyama and The Bodyguard won't participate, which I had expected due to their company loyalty. I'm surprised they brought in a few of those foreigners like Sam Adonis and Joel Redman. As far as I know they haven't spent much time in Japan, so they just feel like filler. The A Block is going to have a ton of great matches.

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    Ahh, I'm popping in my seat at work at the idea of Cyber Kong vs. Joe Doering!! A Block is more stacked, definitely (LOVE that Okabayashi is in there) but that could be a serious banger.

    Love the update Deg, and I'll be adding Kento/Suwama to my list!

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    All Japan had their big March show at Korakuen Hall yesterday. They had a good showing with over 1,600 people there. Not sure if that constitutes a sell-out or just barely, but it's nice either way.

    I just caught the final two matches which were the ones I was interested in. The first of those two was the rematch between Strong BJ (Daisuke Sekimoto / Yuji Okabayashi) and the Violent Giants (Suwama / Shuji Ishikawa) for the World Tag Team titles. The Violent Giants won to regain the titles in a really cool match. It was just an old-school hoss fight between four large men just beating the hell out of each other for 27 minutes. I really dug this, I'd recommend it for a watch because all four of these guys are awesome.

    The main event of the show was the showdown between Kento Miyahara and Naoya Nomura for the Triple Crown Championship. Miyahara retained the title in a good match that went nearly 30 minutes. Miyahara's matches tend to be a bit formulaic, especially with him playing the role of the underdog before pulling out the win. This match was slightly different. Miyahara was the aggressor for most of the match. Nomura did a really great job here, playing into the story that he knows Miyahara well enough to counter a lot of his moves. The last couple of minutes of the match were really good, and I almost thought that Nomura would pull the massive upset. A decent match, but in my opinion it elevated Nomura a lot which is probably the best outcome you could ask for in this situation. I've mentioned it before but Nomura is someone to keep an eye on for this company.

    Next up will be this year's Champion Carnival tournament starting next Thursday. Definitely looking forward to those matches! I'll do my best to keep myself up to date and write a few posts here.

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    I haven't been able to catch too much of the Champion Carnival, but I know the guys who are currently leading are not the people in the promotion I know the best.

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    We're not very far in yet, but I do know that Yuji Okabayashi is leading A Block and that's awesome!

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    2019's Champion Carnival wrapped up last night, and the winner was Kento Miyahara. That makes him the first All Japan wrestler to win the tournament since Akebono won in 2015. Personally, I'm pretty happy with that result as I've been wanting All Japan to really invest in Miyahara as the one and true Ace in the company and give him a long run where he's almost unbeatable. He's done just that since last September - winning the Royal Road tournament, regaining the Triple Crown championship for the 4th time, defending the title three times since then, and now winning the Champion Carnival tournament for the first time in his career. That's a pretty good 6-7 month run.

    I want them to keep building on that because they really need someone to be the face of the company and he's the best they got by far. The problem with that is there's really few people in place to challenge him. Miyahara beat Jake Lee in the finals of the tournament, which has already happened a few times already in the past year. It was interesting that Miyahara did have losses in the tournament to Zeus, Shuji Ishikawa and Gianni Valetta, so maybe one of those guys will step up to challenge him based on that.

    I'm also unsure what will become of their partnership with Big Japan Wrestling. I was expecting Okabayashi to win to mark him as the next challenger to the Triple Crown as they've done in the past couple of years. I've read that the association will continue but we'll see to what extent.

    I didn't catch all of the Carnival like I did last year, but I caught a good chunk of it and it was pretty solid most nights. The mix of talent was pretty good. A lot of the local All Japan talent was really good but the guy who impressed by the most was Dylan James. Last year I felt he wasn't that good, but this year he had a lot of good brawls. He's definitely improved a lot in the past few months.

    The people they brought from other promotions did really awesome. Okabayashi was great throughout the entire tournament and I honestly thought he would win it all. Yoshida didn't factor in much but he had fun matches. Sam Adonis played his role really well, especially when he cranked up on the "U.S.A. is Number One!" shtick. Joel Redman had really good matches with everyone and was impressive throughout. Hashimoto did pretty well based on the little I saw of him. Having those guys really added a lot and All Japan deserves some credit for bringing them onboard for the tournament.

    I'm not sure what's next for All Japan. They have a couple of weeks off and start their Power Series tour which wraps up on June 2nd.

    EDIT: And just as I finished posting this, All Japan had a press conference to announce the card for their May 20th show at Korakuen Hall. It'll be headlined by Kento Miyahara against Shuji Ishikawa for the Triple Crown championship. Should be a good one, as they always seem to have kick-ass matches against each other.
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    Personally I've kind of tired of Kento's shtick, it's a bit Cena-esque in that he always seems to take a big ass kicking then come back with his big moves for the win, but I still agree he's their best ace and it's smart to invest in him so heavily. A rematch with Ishikawa does sound appealing, and taking on Okabayashi sounds even better, so sounds like they've got some good stuff lined up!

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    I agree that he has that same formula, but he makes it work really well, especially with the live crowds. The fans eat that stuff up big time.

    I also think Kento has been doing better in that regard. His last two Champion Carnival matches (against Okabayashi in the A Block finals, against Lee in the tournament finals) had elements of that but felt more of a back-and-forth than his typical matches. There was a bit more aggression there from everyone. If you haven't watched those matches, I'd recommend them. They were pretty good.

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    Nice, I'll see if I can check them out!

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    News just broke a few minutes ago that Atsushi Aoki passed away last night in a motorcycle accident. That really sucks. He was always part of the All Japan shows I've been to and was a solid hand. He was just 41 years old, too.

    EDIT: Not only was he an active performer (and current Junior Heavyweight Champ, winning the title just a few weeks ago), I just read that he was also their head booker and trainer. That's a heavy loss.
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    Damn, that truly sucks. I didn't know he was involved on such a high level but I'm not surprised either. Big loss indeed.

    I remember hearing that this match was great last year, didn't get a chance to watch it then but I will now for sure:


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    I'll definitely check that one out, looks like a solid tag match on paper.

    I also would recommend checking out Aoki's participation from this year's Champion Carnival. He was a late-addition after Kengo Mashimo was taken out due to injury, and he filled that void really well considering that he's typically in the Junior Heavyweight division. His match against Kento Miyahara in particular was really good.

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    I'll make a point to check that one out!

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    Someone online posted a full episode of an All Japan TV show (commercials included!) from the 1982 Champion Carnival. It has matches involving Ted DiBiase, Jumbo Tsuruta, Genichiro Tenryu and Bruiser Brody. Pretty interesting stuff.



    This is the type of content I would love to see in All Japan's streaming service. Stupid TV rights have to ruin all the fun.

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    They for sure need to sort out the older footage if the All Japan streaming service really wants to succeed. I've heard very little about it since it came out which makes me think most people aren't using it that much. That's a great find though!

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