DDT TV Show Episode 10 (17/10/20) Review

Breaks your heart. Credit: DDT

Ultimate Party is creeping ever closer and episode ten of the DDT TV Show was heavy with matches previewing the fun to come. Sadly, COVID means it’s not quite as big a party as last year, but they’ve still got time to convince us that we’ll have a enjoyable boogie.

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TJPW Wrestling Of My Mind (17/10/20) Review

Good people. Credit: TJPW

Tokyo Joshi’s last show before Wrestle Princess still had a couple of things to sort out. The biggest of which is figuring out who will join Mirai and Shoko in the semis of the International Princess Title Tournament. I know who I’m betting on, but as I’ve already watched the show, it would be a slightly tainted guess.

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Stardom Goddesses of Stardom Tag League (10/10/20) Review

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I reckon that’s going to hurt. Credit: Stardom

The 5STAR may have ended mere minutes ago, but Stardom is heading straight into Tag League. Perhaps it’s the short break between the two that has convinced them it’s a good idea for teams in the Red block to wrestle the teams in the Blue block. Make sense to you? Nope, me neither. Oh well, it doesn’t make too much difference, I can never be arsed working out the maths anyway.

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Stardom Yokohama Cinderella (3/10/20) Review

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The champ. Credit: Stardom

I believe this was the first wrestling show at the new Yokohama Budokan, but feel free to correct me if I’m wrong. Either way, Stardom had packed the card, with all the important titles up for grabs, a unit certain to disband and a couple of mystery opponents. By now, you probably know who they were, but just in case, let’s keep the suspense going a bit longer.

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Assemble (1/10/20) Review

Just a smidge of talent in that ring. Credit: Assemble

Joshi Assemble! There was always going to have to be a response from the smaller wrestling companies to the effects of COVID and, in a heartening move, joshi decided the best way to deal with it was together. Assemble might be more of a showcase for the different companies involved rather than an inter-promotional supershow, but it is still easy to get excited about. Throwing matches from Oz Academy, Sendai Girls, Pure-J, SEAdLINNNG, Marvelous and T-Hearts (even if we’re not quite sure what that is yet) together sounds like a jolly good time, no matter how it’s done.

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