It’s a full show, and I don’t know how I feel about that. On the one hand, we get to catch up with the likes of Okada and Tanahashi and see how they’re getting on. On the other, that’s a lot more average wrestling to watch. Oh well, the review must go on. Let’s dish out some stars.
Do you hear that? That’s the sound of A Block rumbling back into my view and bringing with it an incredibly unsexy card. Let’s dish out some stars and get this over and done with.
It sometimes feels like I’m the only person watching this tournament. That can’t be true, however, there is zero hype around it. People are much more interested in the various end of year awards and Observer Hall of Fame nominations. To be honest, I don’t blame them.
At least we’re hanging with the better block on this show, and that always makes my job a bit easier. Let’s dish out some stars.
Night seven of World Tag League and your reviewer is beginning to think they might have made a mistake.
‘Please don’t make me watch any more average wrestling. I’ll even watch the bad stuff, at least there’s something to say about that.’
Noone is listening.
Let’s dish out some stars.
The four-match cards continue, and – surprise, surprise – this one actually looks a bit tasty. I haven’t been coming into these shows excited about what I’m going to see, but this might buck the trend. Which probably means I’m going to come out disappointed. Damn, heightened expectations. Let’s dish out some cautiously optimistic stars.
We’re on night five, and these shows are already blurring into one. The next few have upped the quota to four Tag League matches, so that’s, well, annoying. Let’s dish out some stars.
Night four of World Tag League and we’ve got some Young Lions in action. I’m a Lion lover, though, so that’s A-okay with me. I’m not going to chatter away for too long here. Let’s dish out some stars.