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NJPW “WRESTLE KINGDOM 9 IN TOKYO DOME”

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Re: NJPW “WRESTLE KINGDOM 9 IN TOKYO DOME”

Mensagem por DiogoAz em Qui Jan 01 2015, 21:31

@Renato escreveu:7 da manhã Parece que vou antes ver a versão da GFW a horas "decentes".

A que horas é a da GFW?
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Re: NJPW “WRESTLE KINGDOM 9 IN TOKYO DOME”

Mensagem por Renato em Qui Jan 01 2015, 21:34

@DiogoAz escreveu:
@Renato escreveu:7 da manhã Parece que vou antes ver a versão da GFW a horas "decentes".

A que horas é a da GFW?
Meia-noite se converti bem os horários.
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Re: NJPW “WRESTLE KINGDOM 9 IN TOKYO DOME”

Mensagem por Marcos em Sex Jan 02 2015, 12:25

Aqui está a preview oficial do David Melzer no Wrestling Observer Newsletter desta semana! Acho que não se precisa de traduções e só ajuda no hype. Além disso, ele falou ainda dos eventos que acontecem hoje, em estilo de Fan Axxess com conferencias, match signings e onde Jim Ross e Matt Striker irão estar presentes. Além disso, a hora de começo do PPV nos EUA tem sido um debate, mas a DirecTV irá transmitir em directo, 15 minutos depois do PPV da UFC (Jones vs. Cormier) que deverá ser dos mais vistos do ano.

David Meltzer - Wrestling Observer escreveu:
As far as the show goes, here are some things to look out for:

1) New Japan Rumble: Who are the surprises? This is a good type of match to bring back a legend from the past for an easy pop.

2) Bobby Fish & Kyle O’Reilly defend the IWGP jr. tag titles against Alex Shelley & Kushida, Rocky Romero & Alex Koslov and the Young Bucks. This match is going to be fast paced, partially because with strict time limitations, they may have to do the match in far shorter than an optimum amount of time. Also, historically, jr. heavyweight matches don’t play as well at the Tokyo Dome. But this will be the match filled with incredible moves and should be the highlight of the early part of the show.

3) Satoshi Kojima & Hiroyoshi Tenzan & Tomoaki Honma vs. Yujiro Takahashi & Bad Luck Fale & Jeff Jarrett. Kojima & Tenzan are the veteran tag team, one of the best in Japanese history. Both are in their early 40s. Kojima can still go. Tenzan moves slow and when he does trademark moves like his flying spin kick, he barely gets off the ground. Every now and then he has a night where he can drink from the Fountain of Youth. Honma is the best underdog worker in the business. People will be into the match hoping he’ll win, and most likely, he’ll be the one to lose the fall. Takahashi does a playboy gimmick. On big shows, he usually comes out with hot models in bikinis, although he may not here since Karen Jarrett is supposed to debut at ringside during the show. So that means a lot of Americanized distraction and interference.

4) Shane Haste & Mikey Nicholls & Naomichi Marufuji & Toru Yano vs. Davey Boy Smith Jr. & Lance Archer & Shelton Benjamin & Takashi Iizuka. This will probably be a rushed match. Yano vs. Iizuka, a battle of long-time tag partners, is the backbone of the match, a program that usually is built around choking by Iizuka using the tag ropes, undoing the turnbuckle padding by Yano, and low blow spots. There is also a good shot at interference by Taka Michinoku, Taichi and Desperado, who are part of Suzuki-gun, the same group Iizuka’s team is with. The keys to this match are the positioning of Marufuji, the GHC heavyweight champion and top star from Pro Wrestling NOAH, and the obvious Haste & Nicholls vs. Smith Jr. & Archer battle, which is expected to be a NOAH feud going forward. With New Japan now having a strong financial involvement in NOAH, there will be more of a NOAH presence on New Japan major shows in 2015, as well as more of a New Japan presence on NOAH’s big shows. This match will kick it off, and it wouldn’t surprise me to have a NOAH vs. New Japan angle come out of this.

5) Kazushi Sakuraba vs. Minoru Suzuki. Two legends of MMA, with Suzuki as one of the last proteges of Karl Gotch, and Sakuraba as the best protégé of Billy Robinson. The early part of the match should be rolling on the ground for submissions, and it should pick up to a slapfest with teased ten count finishes, as well as built around securing the Gotch piledriver, and all sorts of submissions like chokes, heel hooks and armbars. This can only end via submission or knockout. This match is likely to be either great, or a big disappointment. Sakuraba is limited by injuries, but his match two years ago with Shinsuke Nakamura on the Dome show was a match of the year candidate. Suzuki is usually content to get over based on his “older bully” role and his great facials, but when called upon to headline, he can be incredible.

6) Tomohiro Ishii (c) vs. Togi Makabe for the Never Open weight title. This will be a battle of stiff clotheslines, hard chops, with highlights including a delayed superplex by Ishii and perhaps a German superplex by Makabe. But it’s more two guys standing there who refuse to go down after hard clotheslines and shoulderblocks in a battle of attrition.

7) Ryusuke Taguchi (c) vs. Kenny Omega for the IWGP jr. title. Taguchi is a smooth worker, who may pull out a flip dive in tribute to long-time partner Prince Devitt, but mostly works to set up his ankle lock submission. Omega is an incredibly underrated talent with a wide assortment of unique moves. This is Omega’s first match while being part of The Bullet Club, and this should be a title change.

8) Karl Anderson & Doc Gallows (c) vs. Katsuyori Shibata & Hirooki Goto for the IWGP tag title. Anderson usually builds around his gunstun, and blocks of it early. Shibata & Goto are best friends from high school, and had a fantastic feud with each other, but have not fully clicked as a team when it comes to blow away matches. This is a rematch of the tag tournament final, a good but not great match, which Goto & Shibata won. But it is the right time and place for the title change.

9) A.J. Styles vs. Tetsuya Naito. This is where you see just how far in advance booking was laid out. Naito beat Styles in the G-1, which was to set up the Naito vs. Okada singles match. Styles also lost twice to Tanahashi. My gut feeling is this is being put high on this card so the winner can challenge the Okada vs. Tanahashi winner on one of the New Beginnings shows. This is the right time and place for Styles to get the clean win, since he hasn’t had his rematch for the title since Tanahashi beat him in October.

10) Shinsuke Nakamura (c) vs. Kota Ibushi for the IWGP IC title. Nakamura took this nothing of a title, created in a U.S. tournament for MVP, and has made it one of the strongest No. 2 belts of the last two decades. The Nakamura vs. Tanahashi feud over the belt, which headlined last year’s Tokyo Dome show, raised the profile, and this match could headline a PPV easily. If their first match is any indication, this should be a match of the year candidate. It’s got all the dynamics, two of the best guys in the business with a big show feel. They will likely work this for Ibushi to work as the underdog coming from behind and getting a lot of near falls. Nakamura has dominated the belt for the last two-and–a-half years, which has kept him away from the IWGP belt. While he’s dropped it three times (to La Sombra, Tanahashi and Fale), he always wins it back. To me, for 2015, I’d have Ibushi win the title here, and then have Nakamura pick up some wins, leading to both Ibushi and Nakamura challenging for the IWGP belt.

11) Hiroshi Tanahashi (c) vs. Kazuchika Okada for the IWGP World title. The score after three years is Okada with three wins, Tanahashi with two, and one draw. They’ve kept these two apart for 15 months since Okada’s last win. All of those stats lead one to believe Tanahashi takes it. Really, it doesn’t matter, because if you’ve got Styles, Nakamura and Ibushi waiting in the wings, plus you can always bring back guys like Suzuki, and even Nagata, Goto, Fale, Kojima and Anderson, there is a long list of potential big show and small show title defenses that either could do. For Tanahashi, the moves to watch are the Texas cloverleaf, sling blade and of course the high fly flow. If the undercard doesn’t go over and these guys get their 25 minutes, or more, there should be a missed high fly flow early. Okada’s key moves are the red ink (STF/camel clutch combo), tombstone piledriver and the rainmaker. Okada has also vowed to introduce a new move on the show that will spell the difference. Whether this is good or bad depends on your point of view, but even if this match lives up to Okada’s prognostications, there will be no “This is awesome” chants here.
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Re: NJPW “WRESTLE KINGDOM 9 IN TOKYO DOME”

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Re: NJPW “WRESTLE KINGDOM 9 IN TOKYO DOME”

Mensagem por Renato em Sab Jan 03 2015, 18:12

O Jim Ross já está no Japão.


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Re: NJPW “WRESTLE KINGDOM 9 IN TOKYO DOME”

Mensagem por Moore em Sab Jan 03 2015, 18:16

Tanta hype que o comboio do Laree não chegou... #ChuChu
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Re: NJPW “WRESTLE KINGDOM 9 IN TOKYO DOME”

Mensagem por Fabio08 em Sab Jan 03 2015, 20:01

@Moore escreveu:Tanta hype que o comboio do Laree não chegou... #ChuChu

#HypeTrainChuChu 
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Re: NJPW “WRESTLE KINGDOM 9 IN TOKYO DOME”

Mensagem por Renato em Sab Jan 03 2015, 22:58

Um aviso: para a discussão do show em direto ou seja qual for a hora a quem o vejam, usem o outro tópico que criei agora e que irei colocar como Anúncio, deixando este para outras questões que surjam sem que tenham que ser spoilados.
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Re: NJPW “WRESTLE KINGDOM 9 IN TOKYO DOME”

Mensagem por DiogoAz em Dom Jan 04 2015, 16:58

Ando a tentar evitar spoilers a todo o custo por isso pergunto aqui se já existem vídeos disponíveis ou se terei mesmo que esperar pela tal repetição a meia noite?
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Re: NJPW “WRESTLE KINGDOM 9 IN TOKYO DOME”

Mensagem por Moore em Dom Jan 04 2015, 17:27

No XWT já há a versão japonesa.
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