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A big plus for me watching a Michinoku Pro show is that a lot of their guys have worked stateside. Being familiar with at least half of a card makes easing into a new promotion a lot easier. I was a little surprised at the size of the venue for this show, but there’s nothing wrong with Tokyo Korakuen Hall. Japan isn’t known for having the liveliest crowds, but this show had a pretty rowdy …

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I did this review upon request. This is my first Japanese show review (obviously 1st Dragon Gate review), and don’t be surprised if they become more frequent. I’m not sure what the readership demand is for these kinds of posts, but Japan has some of the most entertaining wrestling in the world. I’ve always been a fan through all my time spent playing Fire Pro games growing up, but I hope to become a more …

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The man who beat Colt Cabana for the NWA World Championship has been stripped of the title. According to The Sheik himself, The National Wrestling Alliance have stripped him of his World Championship Title. Apparently the reasoning stems from him pulling out of a bout with “Scrap Iron” Adam Pearce. There is evidently some heat between the two men, but Sheik doesn’t seem to be sweating the loss of the title. I’m not sure where …

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Near-Falls 10: Interview w/Roxie Cotton

Near-Falls 10: Interview w/Roxie Cotton

It’s been a couple of weeks since the last Near-Falls, but we had to make the 10th of the series suspenseful by making you wait for it! Luckily we have Roxie Cotton as the milestone interview, so you’re all in for a treat. Some of you may be familiar with Roxie, as she’s one of the top 50 female wrestlers in the world (according to PWI). If not, prepare to be enlightened. She knows her … Read entire article »

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I love the Lucha Libre style. When all other wrestling becomes stale, the cartoonish style from Mexico/AAA always entertains. The crowds are always great, the matches fun, and there’s always a great balance between comedy and drama. Not only that, but tag team wrestling is on an entirely different level in Mexico. Once I heard Jeff Jarrett was taking his act to Mexico, I knew I had to bring this review to the PINFALL Magazine …

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