After the thrills and spills of day 14, the A Block suddenly has something to live up to. Can they provide anything as exciting as Juice and Evil’s wins? Well, how about Tanahashi vs. Ishii? All the stars!
Night 14 of the G1 Climax and there is a touch of magic in the air. The upsets are coming and who are we to delay them? Let’s dish out those star ratings.
You go away for a long weekend and not only do you fall behind on the G1, but New Japan dredges up a demon from the depths of hell to provide commentary. It’s brilliant to see Honma on the mend, but fuck me, I’m going to be having nightmares about that voice for weeks. Anyway, as mentioned, I’ve fallen behind so we better get on with the show.
Day 12 of the G1 and let’s get down to business, shall we?
Wednesday is playlist day, but I’m away Friday, and if I’m going to keep up with this damn G1, I can’t be slacking. We’re onto day eleven where the action certainly wasn’t lacking. See what I did there?
Day 10 and we are over half-way through G1 Climax 27. Considering I was out of things to say in introductions a few days to go, it’s perhaps unsurprising to hear that not much has changed. On with the stars!
Day nine in the G1 Climax and everyone is knackered. At least I’m knackered, so I can’t imagine how the wrestlers are feeling. Yano’s ballshotting arm must be in agony. Yet, the quality doesn’t seem to be dropping, and while some of the lower card matches are maybe half a pace slower, the wrestling is holding up. It’s got to the point where picking an MVP is near impossible. But that’s a worry for another day, and right now we’re getting down to dishing out some stars.