NJPW Best Of The Super Juniors Final (3/6/18) Review

Hiromu you beautiful mad bastard. Credit: NJPW

Gosh, you always forget how long these tournaments are until you’re halfway through them, realise you’ve fallen five shows behind and need to write reviews of them all. Okay, that might not be a universal experience, but it’s been a long old road to get here. More importantly, though, it’s been a fun one, and the juniors have delivered some outstanding matches. Now it’s time to find out if the final can cap it all off nicely.

Continue reading


NJPW Best Of The Super Juniors Night Thirteen (3/6/18)

There was a lot of this. Credit: NJPW

Here’s a treat that we don’t often get from New Japan. An entire card of singles matches. By combining the final days of both blocks, NJPW has put together a super show. Can it live up to the potential that it has on paper?

Continue reading

NJPW Best Of The Super Juniors Night Five (24/5/18) Review

Sneaky foot. Credit: NJPW

Night five of Super Juniors is a mixed bag. No-one is getting pumped about Bushi vs Tiger Mask, while Ishimori vs Flip could go either way. The most intriguing contest going in was Will Ospreay vs YOH, which will mark YOH’s first ever main event. It’s a chance for the youngster to build on the promise of his opening performances and prove he’s the real deal as a singles wrestler.

Continue reading