Marvelous (18/1/20) Review

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I love this poster. Credit: Marvelous

Marvelous have packed January with shows, with this being the second of the three they’re putting on. Not that you’ll get any complaints from me (or at least the part of me that doesn’t look at my bank balance), as so far they’ve been having a very good 2021. Can they keep it up? Let’s find out.

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TJPW Winter ~ Lovers (16/1/20) Review

Rika’s definitely not the third-wheel in this situation. Credit: TJPW

Saturday morning Tokyo Joshi is one of life’s great pleasures. Waking up on the weekend to watch some good wrestling feels right, and Tokyo Joshi usually provides it. Did this show continue the trend? Well, I guess you should read my review and find out.

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Tokyo Joshi Pro ’21 (4/1/21) Review

It’s Tokyo Joshi, of course everyone cried. Credit: TJPW

Good old January 4th, a special time of year when Tokyo Joshi hold a yearly show and, well, I don’t know, I’m sure some other stuff happens too. TJPW may have had a bigger event at Tokyo Dome City Hall not that long ago, but this date has a lot of history, and with a packed card, it’s safe to say they aren’t about to ditch it any time soon.

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Ramblings About’s Wrestler Of The Year: Lulu Pencil

Deathmatch Pencil. Credit: ChocoPro

I sometimes worry that people think my love of Lulu Pencil is a joke. There is a side of the wrestling fandom which dismisses people like Lulu, declaring them memes or ‘irony’ wrestlers, and it’s always sad to see how many follow along with those opinions blindly. I suspect they would see me name Lulu my wrestler of the year and scoff at someone trying too hard or deliberately going out of their way to be different. So, I want to make it very clear. Lulu Pencil is my wrestler of the year because, in my mind, she was the best wrestler in the world over the last twelve months, and there’s no joke about that.

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TJPW Wrestling Of My Mind (12/12/20) Review

Sugar Rabbits can fly. Credit: TJPW

I know 2020 has been a hell year that went on forever, but I also can’t quite believe it’s nearly over. It’s simultaneously crawled and sprinted past as this is Tokyo Joshi’s final live showing before the January 4th Korakuen as everything else will be going out on a tape delay. That means this will probably be the last time I review them in 2020, so let’s go out on a high.

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