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  1. Mo why not go to your old thread also about Tuesday line ups and update that one?

     

    But thank you for the info... Fuji and Bob was a 60 minute draw wasn't it? Or was it a count out draw?

     

    Yeah, I should've just stuck this update in t'other thread rather than start a new one.

     

    The match in question was a Backlund wasn't either of the two finishes you mention, but I won't elaborate for fear of spoiling the match for anyone. :)

  2. Hi folks, just a quick rundown for tonight's show, as I've got some narration work to do. Here's the matches for this evening's four shows:

     

    CMLL- 8pm

    1 Alan Stone, Lestat & Leono vs. Brazo De Plata Jr, Karisma & Espiritu

    2 Atlantis, Mr. Niebla & Zumbido vs. Black Tiger, Super Crazy & Emilio Charles

    3 L.A. Park, Shocker & Mascara Magica vs. Universo 2000, El Terrible & Rey Bucanero

     

    New Japan- 9pm

    1 Josh Barnett vs. Mitsuya Nagai

    2 Manabu Nakanishi & Genichiro Tenryu vs. Yuji Nagata & Masahiro Chono

    3 Masahiro Chono vs. Yuji Nagata

     

    NOAH- 10pm

    1 Makoto Hashi vs. Tsuyoshi Kikuchi

    2 Takashi Sugiura vs. Takeshi Morishima

    3 Bull Schmidt, Bison Smith, Donovan Morgan & Mike Modest vs. Naomichi Marufuji, Takuma Sano, Yoshinari Ogawa & Mitsuharu Misawa

     

    GAEA- 11pm

    1 Devil Masami vs. Chikayo Nagashima

    2 Chigusa Nagayo vs. Mayumi Ozaki

    3 Akira Hokuto vs. Meiko Satomura

     

    Notes

    CMLL continues with more from Los Guapos University contenders, the heated rivalry between Zumbido and Super Crazy, and a huge main event featuring Shocker.

     

    New Japan will feature a tag match from its March 12th show, which leads into the big Chono vs. Nagata match which took place on March 28th.

     

    More 2001 goodness from NOAH with two class singles contests and a long eight-man match to round off the show.

     

    GAEA is must-see TV tonight, with three massive singles matches. You don't want to miss Hokuto vs. Satomura, which is considered by many experts to be one of the greatest ever GAEA matches.

     

    Later in the week we revisit the early eighties for New Japan Classics, and the matches you can expect to see are:

    1 Karl Gotch vs. Yoshiaki Fujiwara

    2 Animal Hamaguchi vs. Riki Choshu

    3 Tatsumi Fujinami vs. Bob Backlund

    4 Roland Bock vs. Antonio Inoki

     

    The show is from August 5th 1982 and features a bunch of huge names. Watch out for the great Fujinami/Backlund match, which is for the WWF World title.

  3. Here is the line-up for tomorrow night's programmes on TWC:

     

    CMLL- 8pm

    1 Texano Jr., Brazo De Oro Jr. & Brazo De Plata Jr. vs. Coreano, Maximo & Lobo Vikingo

    2 Volador, Safari & Alan Stone vs. Super Crazy, Zumbido & Doctor X

    3 El Terrible vs. Mascara Magica

     

    New Japan- 9pm

    1 Mitsuya Nagai, Katsuyori Shibata, Makai #1 & Ryushi Yanagisawa vs. Blue Wolf, Toru Yano, Shinya Makabe & Yutaka Yoshie

    2 Katsushi Takemura vs. Tiger Mask

    3 Jushin ‘Thunder’ Liger vs. Masayuki Naruse

     

    NOAH- 10pm

    1 Shinjiro Ohtani vs. Kentaro Shiga

    2 Satoru Asako & Takao Omori vs. Yoshinari Ogawa & Mitsuharu Misawa

    3 Takeshi Rikio & Takeshi Morishima vs. Yoshinobu Kanemaru & Jun Akiyama

     

    GAEA- 11pm

    1 Dynamite Kansai vs. Meiko Satomura

    2 Chikayo Nagashima & Sugar Sato (challengers) vs. Akira Hokuto & Mayumi Ozaki (champions)

    3 Kyoko Inoue & Aja Kong vs. Lioness Aska & Chigusa Nagayo

     

    In addition, Friday night's New Japan Classics (11pm) will feature:

    1 G-1 1998 Semi-Final: Masahiro Chono vs. Kazuo Yamazaki

    2 G-1 1998 Semi-Final: Satoshi Kojima vs. Shinya Hashimoto

    3 G-1 1998 Grand Final

     

    Notes

     

    The highlight of the CMLL show is a big grudge match between former friends from Los Guapos, Mascara Magica and the recently turned heel El Terrible. Also, look out for Zumbido and Super Crazy to try and get back into winning ways after dissension flared up between the two in a match last week.

     

    The New Japan show continues with coverage from the March 28th 'King of Sports' PPV, with three matches, highlighted by an excellent NOAH GHC junior heavyweight title defence by Jushin 'Thunder' Liger. DON'T miss that one!

     

    NOAH features more hot matches from 2001 (the up-to-date material should be arriving next week), with all three bouts having something to offer.

     

    The GAEA matches come from the promotion's sixth anniversary show that took place in April 2001. Keep an eye out for the second match, which is for the AAAW World tag team titles.

     

    Later this week we've got the concluding part of our 1998 G-1 Climax tournament coverage. We've got the two semi-finals followed by a tremendous final. Be sure to watch that show.

     

    Looking to next week, expect more great action including Tatsumi Fujinami vs. Bob Backlund in New Japan Classics, Shocker and L.A. Park back in action on CMLL and one of the greatest matches in GAEA history, Akira Hokuto vs. Meiko Satomura~!

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