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Re: A Story of Pride, Glory, Honor (TEW 2013 Simulation)

Post by GooberBM » Fri Jan 23, 2015 8:19 pm

Pride Glory Honor Wrestling Presents Road to WARRIORS
Thursday Week 3 April 2013 - Nagoya Sports Stadium (Chubu) Attendance: 9450

Pre-Show Match: Bryan Holmes & Hirokumi Saito vs. Mashashi Urogataya & Shiba Mizoguchi
Holmes (5:43) via Cyclone Shock Kick on Mashashi
Rating: C- (58)

Pre-Show Angle: The announcers preview match 1, focusing on the brewing rivalry between Eien Miyamoto & Totoya Munakata and how they'll fare in 6 man tag action with veterans and young lions abound
Rating: D (44)

The announce team of Keiji Takeda, Sosa Morri & Sadaharu Jimbo open the show for the audience focusing on the tensions between Akinori Kwakami and PRIDE Koiso & Eisaku Kunomasu. Akinori is not satisfied with the bit of respect they showed and he wants victory, not respect. So he's called upon his partner Mito Miwa to get that victory and the real respect that it entails
Rating: B- (74)


Stone Torch - Stone Yoshikawa & Torch Nakazawa & Haranobu Kobayashi vs. Tsurayuki Kamachi, KC Glenn & Greg Gauge
Stone (11:36) via Ankle Lock on Kamachi
Rating: D+ (52)

Shuji Inukai, Eien Miyamoto & SATO vs. Simon Flemmingway, Totoya Munakata & Tanyu Toshusai
Shuji (13:26) via Untouchable Lariat on Totoya
Rating: C (61)

Yoshimi Mushashibo, Ryoma Muruyama & Masaru Ugaki vs. Nobuatsu Tatsuko, Art Reed & William Hayes
Yoshimi (7:34)) via Yoshimi Lock on Reed
Rating: B- (73)


Intermission

The announcers review match 1:Stone Torch looks impressive, in getting a nice victory that might build some momentum for them going forward
Rating: D+ (51)

The announcers review match 2: Eien and Totoya's tension continues to build, particularly after a late tag got Eien out and Shuji Inukai in. That ended as well as you'd expect for Totoya
Rating: D (45)

The announce team reviews Match 3: Yoshimi gets to work with his protege Akinori as he strikes the first blow in the battle against Nobuatsu
Rating: C+ (67)

The announcers preview match 4: Nobuatsu didn't get to have his regular partner in his corner because Sanda is in the first match after intermission, with he, Matsuki and Lion staring down the barrel of an ornery trio that has felt the sting of losses lately and Seiji and KitoGuchi are looking to right their respective ships, starting tonight
Rating: B- (71)

The announce team previews match 5: The focus of this match is obviously on the participants of the special tag match, but Yasuda gets have a first hand look at the Glory Crown holder Kozue and measure up where he stands
Rating: B- (73)


Seiji Jimbo & KitoGuchi - Choji Kitoaji & Bussho Makiguchi vs. Noriyori Senda, Lion Genji & Kazuhige Matsuki
Seiji (13:30) via Seiji Ocean Lock on Sanda
KitoGuchi, and Seiji in particular, bounce back strong from recent efforts and gets a much needed win to restore some order and confidence going forward
Rating: C+ (70)

Kozue Kawashima, PRIDE Koiso & Eisaku Kunomasu vs. Tetsunori Yasuda, Mito Miwa & Akinori Kwakami
Kozue (11:05) via Kawashima Driver 2005 on Miwa
Yasuda and Akinori acquit themselves well against the trio at the top of PGHW, but it's Miwa that wilts down the stretch and Kozue puts him out of his misery
Rating: B (81)


The winners celebrate their win as the losers stew and then clear out
Rating: C+ (70)

As the winners are preparing to leave PRIDE stops Kozue and the two go face to face. PRIDE is making it clear that he sees himself as the true contender for the Glory Crown and that whomever wins the match at Night of GLORY will have him to deal with first, no matter who it is
Rating: B+ (84)


Final Rating: B (78)
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Re: A Story of Pride, Glory, Honor (TEW 2013 Simulation)

Post by Greg_McNeish » Fri Jan 23, 2015 11:20 pm

PRIDE Koiso has no time or patience for other people making claims to be the Ace. He's comin' for all ya'll.
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Re: A Story of Pride, Glory, Honor (TEW 2013 Simulation)

Post by GooberBM » Sat Jan 24, 2015 7:22 am

Pride Glory Honor Wrestling Presents Road to WARRIORS
Monday Week 4 April 2013 - Asahikawa Stadium (Hokkaido) Attendance: 8375

The announce team of Keiji Takeda, Sosa Morri & Sadaharu Jimbo open the show for the audience focusing on Kozue and Raymond being in separate matches and seeing who will show the best form as they prepare for their match at Night of WARRIORS
Rating: B (78)


Danger Kumasaka & Kazuhige Matsuki vs. Lion Genji & Mashashi Urogataya
Matsuki (6:36) via Fist of Fury on Lion
Rating: D (47)


Eien Miyamoto, Shiba Mizoguchi & KC Glenn vs. Totoya Munakata, SATO & Greg Gauge
Eien (8:36) via STF on SATO
Rating: C (60)


Bryan Holmes & Team Toronto - Lee Bennett & Alexander Robinson vs. Seiji Jimbo & Stone Torch - Stone Yoshikawa & Torch Nakazawa
Bennett (7:45) via Return Ticket on Torch
Rating: C+ (70)


Seiji & Holmes battle after the bell, unconcerned with the end of the match, until attendants can finally separate them
Rating: C- (57)


Tanyu Toshusai & Team Dynasty 2000 - Yoshimi Mushashibo & Shuji Inukai vs. Haranobu Kobayashi & Team Energy - Nobuatsu Tatsuko & Noriyori Sanda
Tatsuko (6:44) via Tatsuko Driller on Tanyu
Rating: D+ (50)


Nobuatsu challenges Yoshimi and lets Yoshimi know that his time as the dominant person in PGHW is over and he will beat Yoshimi again to prove it
Rating: B- (71)



Intermission

The announcers review matches 1 and 2: Danger and Matsuki look solid while Eien Miyamoto sends a message of confidence to Totoya Munakata via his victory over SATO
Rating: D+ (51)

The announcers review matches 3 and 4: Team Toronto takes care of business while Seiji and Holmes are focused solely on each other and their coming match, then you have Nobuatsu sending a messsage to Yoshimi that he will be ready, come Night of WARRIORS, much like he was at the Elite Series
Rating: C+ (68)

The announce team previews match 5: Once again, the focus is on the special tag match and if Mito and Akinori can strike against their foes and not take another loss, while PRIDE and Eisaku are looking to send a message to all the other competitors in this match
Rating: B- (76)

The announce team previews the main event: This match is quite a showcase for Ray Diaz as he teams with KitoGuchi in what should be an opportunity to show his dominance, against Ryoma & Masaru, and Art Reed
Rating: C (65)


Kozue Kawashima, PRIDE Koiso & Eisaku Kunomasu vs. Tetsunori Yasuda, Mito Miwa & Akinori Kwakami
Akinori (10:09) via Kwakami Painlock on Eisaku
Akinori & Mito get their breakthrough, as they are able to get an important victory over PRIDE and Eisaku, via Kwakami tapping out Eisaku
Rating: B (81)


Akinori & Miwa celebrate, letting Eisaku & PRIDE that they are going to be in for a great fight come Night of WARRIRORS
Rating: B- (71)


Ryoma Muruyama & Masaru Ugaki & Art Reed vs. Raymond Diaz & KitoGuchi - Chojiro Kitoaji & Bussho Makiguchi
Diaz (10:37) via Ray Gun on Reed
Diaz gets the showcase he wants, but it's Ryoma, Masaru, Chojiro and Bussho that have a real coming out party, as they make the opportunity in this main event count. The real cream rises though, and Diaz takes it by the scruff of the neck when it counts
Rating: B+ (85)


Diaz reiterates his goal of taking the Glory Crown and that he will dominate Kozue just the way he dominated here
Rating: B- (73)


Final Rating: B (80)
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Re: A Story of Pride, Glory, Honor (TEW 2013 Simulation)

Post by GooberBM » Sat Jan 24, 2015 7:46 am

Pride Glory Honor Wrestling Presents Road to WARRIORS
Thursday Week 4 April 2013 - Tochigi Sports Stadium (Kanto) Attendance: 10000

The announce team of Keiji Takeda, Sosa Morri & Sadaharu Jimbo open the show for the audience focusing on the renewed engagement between Kozue, PRIDE and Eisaku taking on Miwa, Akinori and Yasuda
Rating: B- (74)


Shiba Mizoguchi & Tanyu Toshusai vs. Mashashi Urogataya & Tsurayuki Kamachi
Shiba (12:18) via Raised Crab on Kamachi
Rating: C- (55)


Lion Genji, KC Glenn & Greg Gauge vs. Haranobu Kobayashi & Stone Torch - Stone Yoshikawa & Torch Nakazawa
Torch (11:25) via Single-leg crab on Glenn
Rating: D+ (48)


Masaru Ugaki & Ryoma Muruyama & Eien Miyamoto vs. Danger Kumasaka, Simon Flemmingway & Totoya Munakata
Masaru (8:26) via Ugaki Clutch on Simon
Rating: C+ (69)


Bryan Holmes, Art Reed & William Hayes vs. Seiji Jimbo, Kazuhige Matsuki & Hirokumi Saito
Seiji (11:23) via Seiji Ocean Lock on Hayes
Rating: C (60)


Intermission

The announcers review matches 1 and 2: The most important takeaway from the first two matches is the showcase for Stone Torch as they get another solid win
Rating: D (44)

The announcers review matches 3 and 4: Masaru and Ryoma overwhelm the competition as Eien and Totoya continue their posturing. Seiji then gets another victory on his road to Bryan Holmes, and Holmes must be getting frustrated not getting the results that would consolidate his victory for the title, and Seiji is gaining momentum by the day
Rating: C+ (68)

The announcers preview match 5: Team Toronto has put together some solid performances and now they get to test themselves against the Holders of the Glory Tag Crown. We get to see if this form they've had is an illusion or if they are a true threat to KitoGuchi's reign
Rating: C- (57)

The announce team previews the main event: Once again Kozue, PRIDE & Eisaku do battle with Yasuda, Miwa and Akinori, as the struggle for control continues between PRIDE, Eisaku, Miwa and Akinori
Rating: B- (76)



SATO & KitoGuchi - Chojiro Kitoaji & Bussho Makiguchi vs. Noriyori Sanda & Team Toronto - Lee Bennett & Alexander Robinson
Bennett (10:33) via Return Ticket on SATO
Team Toronto shows themselves to be more than a threat as they physically control this match, and get the pinfall on SATO. They are a team that KitoGuchi is going to have to deal with in their immediate future
Rating: C+ (67)


Kozue Kawashima, PRIDE Koiso & Eisaku Kunomasu vs. Tetsunori Yasuda, Mito Miwa & Akinori Kwakami
Kozue (11:02) via Kawashima Driver 2005 on Miwa
The foursome continue to battle to a standstill of sorts, but Kozue is not interested in any of that and he blasts Miwa with the KD 2005
Rating: B+ (84)


Kozue plays to the crowd and makes his 3 statements:

1). He's still Kawashima-san
2). He's still the best that PGHW has to offer and he proved it tonight and will continue to do so
3). He hopes PRIDE took notes on how to dispatch Miwa because if he can't do that, then there's no reason to worry himself with a Glory Crown match because if he can't beat the old man, how can he hope, with everything on the line, to defeat the man upon which the future of PGHW shall forever rest
Rating: A* (95)


Final Rating: B (82)
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Re: A Story of Pride, Glory, Honor (TEW 2013 Simulation)

Post by Greg_McNeish » Sat Jan 24, 2015 8:08 am

Kozue, PRIDE, and Kunomasu team up, and job the fuck out. Hot damn. Yeah, the champ picked it back up in the rematch, but Kunomasu tapped out, son. There's no take backs on that.

Dat promo tho.
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Re: A Story of Pride, Glory, Honor (TEW 2013 Simulation)

Post by GooberBM » Sat Jan 24, 2015 8:09 am

Pride Glory Honor Wrestling Presents Road to WARRIORS
Monday Week 1 May 2013 - Fukushima Stadium (Tohoku) Attendance: 8594

The announce team of Keiji Takeda, Sosa Morri & Sadaharu Jimbo open the show for the audience focusing on the all-star tag main event: Eisaku Kunomasu, PRIDE Koiso and Kozue Kawashima face Raymond Diaz, Yoshimi Mushashibo and Tetsunori Yasuda
Rating: B (78)


Kazuhige Matsuki, SATO & Tanyu Toshusai vs. Hiro Takimoto, Lion Genji & Haranobu Kobayashi
Matsuki (9:09) via Fist of Fury on Lion
Rating: C- (56)

Mito Miwa, Greg Gauge & Mashashi Urogataya vs. Art Reed, Hito Suzuki & KC Glenn
Miwa (8:11) via Boston Crab on Glenn
Rating: D+ (50)

Seiji Jimbo & Team Energy - Nobuatsu Tatsuko & Noriyori Sanda vs. Bryan Holmes & Stone Torch - Stone Yoshikawa & Torch Nakazawa
Seiji (7:42) via Seiji Ocean Lock on Stone
Rating: C+ (67)

Masaru Ugaki & Ryoma Muruyama & Eien Miyamoto vs. Danger Kumasaka, Hirokumi Saito & William Hayes
Masaru (6:43) via Ugaki Clutch on Hayes
Rating: C- (54)


Intermission

The announcers review matches 1 and 2: They focus on the new dojo graduate Hiro Takimoto and the new signee Hito Suzuki and their solid debuts, as well as Mito Miwa getting a solidifying victory in 6-man action
Rating: D (47)

The announcers review matches 3 and 4: Seiji continues to build his momentum up to a crescendo as Holmes has no answer for his renewed spirit so far and needs to figure it out quickly if he hopes to retain
Rating: C+ (66)

The announcers preview match 5: KitoGuchi and Team Toronto take center stage as Robinson and Alexander look to establish themselves as the next contenders to the Glory Tag Crown
Rating: C+ (67)

The announce team previews the main event: In what is nothing short of a massive main event, 6 of the top singles performers in PGHW will do battle with lots of bragging rights on the line
Rating: B (77)



KitoGuchi - Chojiro Kitoaji & Bussho Makiguchi & Shiba Mizoguchi vs. Team Toronto - Lee Robinson & Alexander Robinson & Tsurayuki Kamachi
Chojiro (9:57) via Kitoaji Lariat on Kamachi
KitoGuchi does restore some normalcy to affairs, but they do not take care of Team Toronto, who still looms as a major threat. They do get the victory though, via a Kitoaji Lariat though and that will have to do
Rating: C- (56)

Kozue Kawashima, PRIDE Koiso & Eisaku Kunomasu vs. Tetsunori Yasuda, Raymond Diaz & Yoshimi Mushashibo
Diaz (15:03) via Ray Gun on Eisaku
This is a happening, with Yasuda especially showing himself well and standing toe to toe without backing down. Raymond's momentum has been strong though and he is able to take this one away from Kozue, then takes down Eisaku with the Ray Gun
Rating: B+ (87)


Raymond Diaz keeps the young boy Kozue in the ring with him so Diaz can tell him to his face that his reign is a farce. He's no true champion, and while he's skated by so far, he isn't ready for the force that Raymond Diaz is, and in just a short week Diaz will bring the Glory Crown home where it belongs. Diaz then lets Kozue leave so he can celebrate his win
Rating: B+ (88)


Final Rating: B (80)
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Re: A Story of Pride, Glory, Honor (TEW 2013 Simulation)

Post by Greg_McNeish » Sat Jan 24, 2015 10:32 am

I love how even Pillars of Heaven use the Boston Crab when looking to finish off a young lion.

And damn, Kunomasu; let's try getting our shit together, eh?
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Re: A Story of Pride, Glory, Honor (TEW 2013 Simulation)

Post by GooberBM » Sat Jan 24, 2015 8:28 pm

Pride Glory Honor Wrestling Presents Road to WARRIORS
Thursday Week 1 May 2013 - Kumamoto Sports Field (Kyushu) Attendance: 5000

The announce team of Keiji Takeda, Sosa Morri & Sadaharu Jimbo open the show for the audience focusing on the main event featuring Eisaku Kunomasu, PRIDE Koiso and SATO facing Mito Miwa, Akinori Kwakami and Hito Suzuki
Rating: B- (76)


Bryan Holmes, William Hayes & Art Reed vs. Seiji Jimbo, Ryoma Muruyama & Masaru Ugaki
Seiji (9:37) via Seiji Ocean Lock on Reed
Rating: B (81)


Shuji Inukai, Simon Flemmingway, Greg Gauge & Tsurayuki Kamachi vs. Tetsunori Yasuda, Hirokumi Saito & Stone Torch - Stone Yoshikawa & Torch Nakazawa
Yasuda (8:48) via Manilla Plunge on Gauge
Rating: C+ (66)


Yoshimi Mushashibo, Eien Miyamoto, Tanyu Toshusai & Hiro Takimoto vs. Nobuatsu Tatsuko, Totoya Munakata, Haranobu Kobayashi & Lion Genji
Totoya (11:35) via Boston Crab on Hiro
Rating: D (46)


Noriyori Sanda, Kazuhige Matsuki & Danger Kumasaka vs. Mashashi Urogataya, KC Glenn & Shiba Mizoguchi
Sanda (8:06) via Boston Crab on Glenn
Rating: D+ (48)



Intermission

The announcers review matches 1 and 2: Seiji Jimbo strikes another blow as he looks primed to regain the Intercontinental Title from Bryan Holmes. Then we get a showcase tag match featuring Shuji Inukai and Tetsunori Yasuda that sees Yasuda pick up the victory by dropping Greg Gauge with the Manilla Plunge
Rating: C+ (66)

The announcers review matches 3 and 4: While the focus would be on Yoshimi and Nobuatsu coming to blows again, it's Totoya that has a real breakout as he has a great showing and then picks up the win over the rookie, Hiro. That is followed by Noriyori Sanda salvaging the evening for Team Energy by winning the tag match he's featured in
Rating: C- (54)

The announcers preview match 5: Kozue Kawashima is paired up with the Glory Crown Holders to face Kozue's challenger Raymond Diaz and Team Toronto, who is threatening heavily to receive a Glory Tag Crown opportunity once more
Rating: B- (71)

The announce team previews the main event: Eisaku and PRIDE are to face off with Akinori & Mito, this time joined by young roster members in SATO and Hito Suzuki respectively
Rating: C (62)



Kozue Kawashima & KitoGuchi - Chojiro Kitoaji & Bussho Makiguchi vs. Raymond Diaz & Team Toronto - Lee Bennett & Alexander Robinson
Diaz (10:17) via Ray Gun on Bussho
The challengers make their cases, as Team Toronto looks strong in their time in the match, and Diaz lands the kill shot on Bussho via the Ray Gun
Rating: B (80)


Eisaku Kunomasu, PRIDE Koiso & SATO vs. Mito Miwa, Akinori Kwakami & Hito Suzuki
PRIDE (15:13) via Koiso Kutter on Suzuki
This match goes about where you'd figure: The stars cancel each other out, but once one of them can isolate the young lion on the other team things fall into place quickly, regardless of how Suzuki fights
Rating: B (80)


PRIDE & Eisaku face off with Mito & Akinori after the match as they start to make it clear that all of these distractions will soon be out of the way and at Night of WARRIORS it will just be the four of them going to battle
Rating: C+ (68)


Final Rating: B (77)
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Re: A Story of Pride, Glory, Honor (TEW 2013 Simulation)

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Pride Glory Honor Wrestling Presents Road to WARRIORS
Monday Week 2 May 2013 - Iwakuni Stadium (Chugoku) Attendance: 7633

The announce team of Keiji Takeda, Sosa Morri & Sadaharu Jimbo open the show for the audience focusing on Bryan Holmes and Seiji Jimbo headlining a tag match tonight and Team Toronto being installed as the next contenders to the Glory Tag Crown, as they face off with KitoGuchi in the main event. KitoGuchi being joined by Kozue Kawashima while Team Toronto is joined by Akinori Kwakami
Rating: B (80)


Hirokumi Saito, Simon Flemmingway & Greg Gauge vs. Tetsunori Yasuda & Stone Torch - Stone Yoshikawa & Torch Nakazawa
Yasuda (7:42) via Manilla Plunge on Gauge
Rating: C+ (67)


Tetsunori Yasuda celebrates his victory and wants to show the strength a disciple of Eisaku Hoshino can hold and that his legacy will be reborn in PGHW
Rating: B- (74)


Yoshimi Mushashibo, Mashashi Urogataya, Tanyu Toshusai & Hiro Takimoto vs. Nobuatsu Tatsuko, Noriyori Sanda, Haranobu Kobayashi & Lion Genji
Nobuatsu (7:17) via Tetsuko Blind Kick on Hiro
Rating: C- (54)


Yoshimi and Nobuatsu stand off and Nobuatsu promises to take the Glory Crown Challenge Rights away from Yoshimi at Night of WARRIORS
Rating: B (81)


Eisaku Kunomasu, PRIDE Koiso & SATO vs. Shuji Inukai, Tsurayuki Kamachi & Hito Suzuki
PRIDE (6:32) via Koiso Kutter on Suzuki
Rating: C (65)


PRIDE & Eisaku stand tall looking ready to meet the challenge of Miwa and Akinori
Rating: B (82)


Kazuhige Matsuki, Danger Kumasaka & Totoya Munakata vs. Eien Miyamoto, KC Glenn & Shiba Mizoguchi
Totoya (7:18) via Boston Crab on Glenn
Rating: D (46)



Intermission

The announcers review matches 1 and 2: Yasuda looks very good overpowering the lesser competition he is in with, while Nobuatsu looks as ready as he is going to get in is preparations to challenge Yoshimi for the right to face the Glory Crown Holder at Night of GLORY, but will that be enough when the time comes?
Rating: C (64)

The announcers review matches 3 and 4: PRIDE and Eisaku receive some pushback from Shuji Inukai but their pedigree is more than enough to suffice while things cool down after that with Totoya making his last push to stake the momentum to his side, going into his Historical Japan Title match with Eien
Rating: C+ (66)

The announcers preview match 5: Bryan Holmes and Seiji Jimbo take center stage one more time, as the last dress rehearsal before their match at Night of WARRIORS draws nigh
Rating: B- (75)

The announce team previews the main event: Kozue has one more opportunity to send a message to the waiting Raymond Diaz, while Team Toronto looks to prove the decision to appoint them challengers to the Glory Tag Crown has been earned through their performance on this tour
Rating: C+ (66)


Bryan Holmes, William Hayes & Art Reed vs. Seiji Jimbo, Ryoma Muruyama & Masaru Ugaki
Masaru (11:38) via Ugaki Clutch on Reed
Holmes and Jimbo cancel each other out, and the Masaru and Ryoma prove themselves the stronger of the remaining pairs
Rating: B (81)


Holmes/Seiji standoff in the face of the rest of that business occuring, with Seiji making clear that he will take back what is his
Rating: C (64)


Kozue Kawashima & KitoGuchi - Chojiro Kitoaji & Bussho Makiguchi vs. Akinori Kwakami & Team Toronto - Lee Bennett & Alexander Robinson
Kozue (13:36) via Kawashima Driver 2005 on Bennett
KitoGuchi know that they are in for a fight at Night of WARRIORS with the tag legends going across from them, but on this night, it's about Kozue proving his dominance by taking down Bennett with the KD 2005
Rating: B- (72)


KitoGuchi and Team Toronto leave with KG feeling good and TT licking their wounds
Rating: C (63)

Kozue speaks to the audience, as is custom by this point:

1). He's still Kawashima-san
2). Diaz is fortunate to not be here, and be able to get himself into top condition going into their match at Night of WARRIORS because Kozue wants no excuses for his defeat
3). He shall prove himself worthy go to Night of GLORY, and successfully defend the Glory Crown on that night, so the he can leave absolutely no doubt that he is the best wrestler in PGHW, the best in all of the Japan, and the man upon which the future of PGHW shall forever rest
Rating: A (91)


Final Rating: B (79)
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Re: A Story of Pride, Glory, Honor (TEW 2013 Simulation)

Post by GooberBM » Sat Jan 24, 2015 8:59 pm

Pride Glory Honor Wrestling Presents Night of WARRIORS

PGHW is proud to announce the full card for the next show on the calendar, Night of WARRIORS, scheduled for Sunday Week 2 May.

(0) 8 Man Tag Match: Noriyori Sanda, Kazuhige Matsuki, Hito Suzuki & Hiro Takimoto vs. Stone Torch - Stone Yoshikawa & Torch Nakazawa, Simon Flemmingway & KC Glenn

(1) 8 Man Tag Match: Tetsunori Yasuda, Danger Kumasaka, SATO & Tanyu Toshusai vs. Shuji Inukai, Hirokumi Saito, Greg Gauge & Haranobu Kobayashi

(2) Historical Japan Title Match: Eien Miyamoto (28th champion) vs. Totoya Munakata (challenger)
Fifth Defense


(3) Special Tag Match: Ryoma Muruyama & Masaru Ugaki vs. William Hayes & Art Reed

(4) Glory Tag Crown Match: KitoGuchi - Chojiro Kitoaji & Bussho Makiguchi (21st Champions) vs. Team Toronto - Lee Bennett & Alexander Robinson (Challengers)
Sixth Defense


(5) Special Tag Match: Akinori Kwakami & Mito Miwa vs. Eisaku Kunomasu & PRIDE Koiso

(6) International Title Match: Bryan Holmes (8th Champion) vs. Seiji Jimbo (Challenger)
First Defense


(7) Glory Crown Challenge Rights Match: Yoshimi Mushashibo (Holder) vs. Nobuatsu Tatsuko (Challenger)

(8) Glory Crown Match: Kozue Kawashima (17th Champion) vs. Raymond Diaz (Challenger)
Ninth Defense
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Post by Greg_McNeish » Sun Jan 25, 2015 5:02 am

Pride Glory Honor Wrestling Presents Night of WARRIORS

(0) 8 Man Tag Match: Noriyori Sanda, Kazuhige Matsuki, Hito Suzuki & Hiro Takimoto vs. Stone Torch - Stone Yoshikawa & Torch Nakazawa, Simon Flemmingway & KC Glenn
TWO gaijin jobbers tip the balance here.

(1) 8 Man Tag Match: Tetsunori Yasuda, Danger Kumasaka, SATO & Tanyu Toshusai vs. Shuji Inukai, Hirokumi Saito, Greg Gauge & Haranobu Kobayashi
I'll take the bounce back win for the former champ, I guess.

(2) Historical Japan Title Match: Eien Miyamoto (28th champion) vs. Totoya Munakata (challenger)
Fifth Defense

Sure.

(3) Special Tag Match: Ryoma Muruyama & Masaru Ugaki vs. William Hayes & Art Reed
One gaijin tag team is challenging for the titles, so why not double them up?

(4) Glory Tag Crown Match: KitoGuchi - Chojiro Kitoaji & Bussho Makiguchi (21st Champions) vs. Team Toronto - Lee Bennett & Alexander Robinson (Challengers)
Sixth Defense

The Canadians have had their fun in the tag ranks.

(5) Special Tag Match: Akinori Kwakami & Mito Miwa vs. Eisaku Kunomasu & PRIDE Koiso
The tour has done what needed to be done for Kwakami. Let's keep the eye on the prize, here.

(6) International Title Match: Bryan Holmes (8th Champion) vs. Seiji Jimbo (Challenger)
First Defense
Holmes has been getting the bitch treatment all month, but he's got a challenger waiting in the wings.

(7) Glory Crown Challenge Rights Match: Yoshimi Mushashibo (Holder) vs. Nobuatsu Tatsuko (Challenger)
Bring it on home, boy.

(8) Glory Crown Match: Kozue Kawashima (17th Champion) vs. Raymond Diaz (Challenger)
Ninth Defense

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Pride Glory Honor Wrestling Presents Night Of WARRIORS
Sunday Week 2 May 2013 - Kobe Football Stadium (Kinki) Attendance: 16536

Pre-Show Match: Noriyori Sanda, Kazuhige Matsuki, Hito Suzuki & Hiro Takimoto vs. Stone Torch - Stone Yoshikawa & Torch Nakazawa, Simon Flemmingway & KC Glenn
Sanda (7:01) via Vortex Crush on Simon
Rating: B- (73)
Pre-Show Angle: Announcers talk about the winners as they exit
Rating: C- (55)

The announce team of Keiji Takeda, Sosa Morri & Sadaharu Jimbo open the show and focus on our main event matches that will determine the main event at Night of GLORY: The challenge rights match between Yoshimi Mushashibo and Nobuatsu Tatsuko, and the Glory Crown Match between Kozue Kawashima and Raymond Diaz
Rating: B (79)


Tetsunori Yasuda, Danger Kumasaka, SATO & Tanyu Toshusai vs. Shuji Inukai, Hirokumi Saito, Greg Gauge & Haranobu Kobayashi
Yasuda (7:13) via Manilla Plunge on Gauge
Rating: C (59)


Historical Japan Title Match
Eien Miyamoto (28th champion) vs. Totoya Munakata (challenger)
Fifth Defense
Eien (10:04) via STF
Rating: B- (71)


Ryoma Muruyama & Masaru Ugaki vs. William Hayes & Art Reed
Ryoma (7:42) via Muruyama Launch on Reed
Rating: B (82)


Glory Tag Crown Match
KitoGuchi - Chojiro Kitoaji & Bussho Makiguchi (21st Champions) vs. Team Toronto - Lee Bennett & Alexander Robinson (Challengers)
Sixth Defense
Bussho (9:18) via Blazing Elbow on Robinson
Rating: B (82)



Intermission

The announcers review matches 1 and 2: There was an undeniable tension between Shuji and Yasuda, as Yasuda continues his attempts to be taken as a serious challenger to the elite of PGHW. Shuji was not particularly interested in acknowledging that challenge, but Yasuda picking up the pinfall definitely makes him harder to ignore and he has no problem letting Shuji know that he wants a shot to face Shuji, without the other distractions.
The second match was the Historical Japan title match, which saw the champion, Eien Miyamoto get a decisive victory over the challenger Totoya, in a hard hitting affair. Getting another strong victory has the announce team wondering just how far Eien can come, and how the Historical Japan title has been a springboard for some of PGHW's best, including Mito Miwa, Nobuatsu Tatsuko, and PRIDE Koiso. Being among that lineage means there are great expectations on Eien, and he's living up to them
Rating: C+ (68)

The announcers review matches 3 and 4: Ryoma and Masaru get a solid, workmen-like victory against Hayes and Reed, as Masaru gears up for his forthcoming International Title challenge.
The Glory Tag Crown match was next and saw KitoGuchi get a real statement victory, as beside a burst early in the match, the young champions were firmly in control of the old veterans. The old horses certainly left nothing on the table but they just didn't have the firepower to match the strength of KitoGuchi, and they fell as the champions continue onward in their reign
Rating: B- (72)

The announcers preview match 5: The absolutely massive match between Eisaku & PRIDE, Mito & Akinori will be next; the pure power of Eisaku and PRIDE has been on display, at times, but their lack of experience together and their desire to stand out as the stronger of the two has handicapped them. Mito and Akinori have had no such issues and are firmly on the same page. Will it be that cohesion, that allows them to overcome the sheer force of will that will be across the ring from them, and will their desire to join in the Glory Tag Crown race be enough to resist two of the top contenders for the Glory Crown, tonight?
Rating: B (79)

The announcers preview matches 6 and 7: The International title rematch between Seiji Jimbo and Bryan Holmes will be next. Seiji has looked strong as he tries to wipe away the stain of being knocked unconscious at Night of FORTITUDE, and regain a measure of honor. Holmes is looking to consolidate that win, and prove that Seiji beating him for the International Title was nothing more than a fluke that should never have happened, and he will continue the tradition of strong foreign domination of the International Title (as half of the 8 reigns have been by Gaijin).
The next match will be for the Glory Crown Challenge Rights as Yoshimi Mushashibo and Nobuatsu Tatsuko renew their rivalry. Yoshimi only dropped two matches in the Elite Series and he's avenged the loss to Miwa. Now he sets his sights on doing the same here so he can go to Night of GLORY with a clear record. Nobuatsu knows his better days are over but he's got the opportunity for one more shot at glory, and to get it, he has to beat the leader of his generation. Fortunately for Nobuatsu, this is something he's quite capable of. Now he just needs to do it one more time, and he will get to headline the biggest show of the year
Rating: C+ (68)

The announce team previews the Main Event: The Glory Crown is on the line between Kozue Kawashima and Raymond Diaz. Diaz wants the one thing that has eluded him in his career, the Glory Crown. Kozue Kawashima wants to prove his domination over the PGHW roster. One of these things will have to give way as these two bulls come together with the Glory Crown and the slot at the biggest show of the year on the line
Rating: B+ (87)



Eisaku Kunomasu & PRIDE Koiso vs. Mito Miwa & Akinori Kwakami
Akinori (14:44) via Kwakami Painlock on PRIDE
The individual strength of Eisaku and PRIDE was more than Mito and Akinori could handle, but the match turned when neither Eisaku nor PRIDE trusted the other to handle the business and wanted to do it themselves, to get in better position to challenge for the Glory Crown and basically look more interested in fight each other. Their lack of allegiance to each other was their downfall as the TEAM of Miwa and Akinori gained strength and resolve, and were able to overcome the singular talents, and prove themselves as worthy
Rating: B+ (84)


We then get a video for the next match, showing footage from each of the three matches they've had since November 2012: The first being Seiji's upset win for the International Title, and Holmes' subsequent two wins that got him the International title back. Holmes vows that tonight he ends the hype of the Prodigal Son of PGHW, and Seiji is confident that his ascension begins anew right here
Rating: C (65)


International Title Match
Bryan Holmes (8th Champion) vs. Seiji Jimbo (Challenger)
First Defense
Holmes (9:50) via Full Impact
That ascension is not meant to be, tonight, because Holmes quite definitively pushes back the challenge of Seiji and shows that he will have to take some time to grow before he makes that jump to the next level. Holmes makes his first defense of the International Title and looks primed to carry on the foreign tradition of the belt
Rating: B (78)


We get a video for the semi-main event: History is recounted as Nobuatsu has been a man that stood in Yoshimi's way of taking the Acedom in the early 00's. Particularly in 2003-2005, Nobuatsu was the primary thorn in the side of Yoshimi. He ended Yoshimi's 2003 Glory Crown reign in November, holding the Glory Crown for a 14 month span, then winning the 2005 Elite Series. Yoshimi hasn't forgotten those defeats and failures, and then Nobuatsu beat him again in this year's Elite Series. To get to the most important match of his life, he has to clear this hurdle and beat this man. Then he can consider himself ready to challenge for the Glory Crown and reclaim his position at the very top of Japan
Rating: C+ (69)


Glory Crown Challenge Rights Match
Yoshimi Mushashibo (Holder) vs. Nobuatsu Tatsuko (Challenger)
Yoshimi (16:32) via Yoshimi Lock
Yoshimi does as he said he would, as he exorcises the failures of the past and present, beats Nobuatsu, and clears his path to Night of GLORY
Rating: B (80)


We then get a video package for the main event: Kozue Kawashima has been the holder of the Glory Crown for the last 16 months and it is beyond clear that he is at the upper echelon of not only PGHW, but of workers in all of Japan. He's young, he's accomplished, he's part of the "First Couple" of Japan with Yuma Maruya; simply put his star burns brighter than almost anyone. But there's still the lingering doubt that he's not unequivocally the Ace. And one reason for that is Raymond Diaz, who physically dominated him at the Elite Series, en route to laying one of the three losses that cost Kozue the chance to win. Diaz is one of the most physically imposing men in all of Japanese wrestling right now, and he is absolutely sure that it is his time to take over. He wants to become the first foreigner to hold the Glory Crown since Buddy Garner in 2001, and he wants to further his status as the greatest foreign talent to ever grace a PGHW ring, and he will destroy the boy-king to do it. The Glory Crown, and all of PGHW, will belong to Raymond Diaz
Rating: B+ (86)


Glory Crown Match
Kozue Kawashima (17th Champion) vs. Raymond Diaz (Challenger)
Ninth Defense
Kozue (28:04) via Kawashima Driver 2005
Diaz followed through with his promise to make this a physically draining affair, as he absolutely pounds Kozue mercilessly. The champion survives on his strong will and fantastic technique, slowly chipping away at The Monster. Though things seem lost when he can't land the KD 2005 through multiple attempts at it, Kozue stays the course and once he finally beats the beast back, he is able to hit Diaz with the KD 2005, and he is able to escape, by the skin of his teeth and retain the Glory Crown
Rating: B (78)


A weary and beaten Kozue is met by a fresh looking Yoshimi Mushashibo. Yoshimi congratulates the champion on retaining because this is the match that he wanted. Kozue and Yoshimi have never met before, in singles action, with the Glory Crown on the line. It is the richest title in all of Japan because of the men that have built the title into what it is today: Koryusai Kitoaji, Eisaku Hoshino, Shuji Inukai, his mentor Mito Miwa, but more than anyone else him. Yoshimi Mushashibo. He has built that legacy and given of his body and soul to do it, and he will not hand his legacy over to someone that is not worthy of it. So if Kozue Kawashima wants to carry the legacy of PGHW as he claims he does, he will have to beat Yoshimi for it. He'll be ready at Night of GLORY, and he hopes Kozue will be too
Rating: B+ (86)


Kozue has now perked up and he invites Yoshimi to stay and listen to what he has to say:

1). Kawashima-san is going to Night of GLORY as the Glory Crown Holder
2). Yoshimi will have to be more than ready because he has never faced anyone as ready for this moment as Kozue is. The challenges that the old ones gave him will be nothing that compares to what Kozue brings: He's stronger, he's faster, he's never going to back down, and when you push him he will only grow stronger so if Yoshimi wants to claim Kozue's spot he is going to be in for a very disappointing awakening when he realizes he can't even reach Kozue
3). And everyone else will realize they can't reach Kozue either, because the era of the first generation is already over. The Glory Crown, being in Kozue's possession, signifies the death of the first generation and the evolution of PGHW. Yoshimi had his moment in the sun, but his moment is over. His sun will always be blocked out by the rise of those who have surpassed him, and the greatest shadow of all will be created by the man who stands above all, the man who will dominate and change the very landscape upon which all stand, and the man upon which the future of PGHW shall forever rest

Kozue then celebrates his victory as the show comes to an end
Rating: A* (100)


Final Rating: B+ (84)
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Post by Greg_McNeish » Tue Jan 27, 2015 4:17 pm

Motherfucker dropped a 100 rated promo.
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Post by GooberBM » Tue Jan 27, 2015 6:20 pm

Thank the Gods that I was down to about a 70/30 ratio. That promo helped cover up for a bomb of a main event
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Post by GooberBM » Thu Jan 29, 2015 5:27 pm

Pride Glory Honor Wrestling Presents the Road to Night of GLORY

PGHW is proud to announce the partial card for the next PPV show on the calendar, Night of GLORY, scheduled for Friday Week 1 July.


() Special Singles Match: Tetsunori Yasuda vs. Shuji Inukai
The tension developed during the Road to WARRIORS tour, and they want to settle it in the ring. Yasuda craves the acknowledgment of the fans and the other workers as he tries to revive Hosino's Legacy, while Shuji Inukai is a man who fought against Hoshino himself, so if anyone is capable of legitmizing Yasuda's claims it would be The Unbreakable One

() Glory Tag Crown Match: KitoGuchi - Chojiro Kitoaji & Bussho Makiguchi (21st Champions) vs. Akinori Kwakami & Mito Miwa (Challengers)
Seventh Defense

Akinori & Miwa have been nominated as the next challengers by the Glory Tag Crown Holders themselves. Bussho Makiguchi lost to Akinori but defeatedMiwa during the Elite Series, and he and Chojiro wish to show the strength of KitoGuchi against one of the finest teams PGHW has to offer, on the biggest stage

() International Title Match: Bryan Holmes (8th Champion) vs. Masaru Ugaki (Challenger)
Second Defense

Ugaki was locked in as the next challenger to the International title, via beating the reigning champion during the Road to WARRIORS tour. With Holmes retaining at Night of WARRIORS, he gets the opportunity to rectify that loss and strengthen his claim towards becoming the strongest foreigner in PGHW

() Special Singles Match: PRIDE Koiso vs. Eisaku Kunomasu
There has been obvious tension between PRIDE and Eisaku, going back to their match on the final day of the Elite Series, which saw PRIDE win the A Block. They've worked together to push back the challenges of the next generation, but that teamwork dissolved under the stress of the Road to WARRIORS tour. Now they take to the mat at Night of GLORY to settle their accounts

() Glory Crown Match: Kozue Kawashima (17th Champion) vs. Yoshimi Mushashibo (Challenger)
Tenth Defense

This is the biggest match on the biggest stage: The Elite Series Winner facing the Glory Crown Holder at Night of GLORY. Nothing else needs to be said
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Pride Glory Honor Wrestling Presents Road to GLORY
Monday Week 3 May 2013 - Kochi Stadium (Shikoku) Attendance: 5000

The announce team of Keiji Takeda, Sosa Morri & Sadaharu Jimbo open the show for the audience focusing on the champions Kozue & Holmes meeting their challengers in 8 man tag action, in the main event
Rating: B (80)


William Hayes & Art Reed vs. KC Glenn & Greg Gauge
Hayes (7:42) via Hayes Fever Backbreaker on Glenn
Rating: C (63)

Seiji Jimbo, Acid II & Hiro Takimoto vs. Shuji Inukai & Stone Torch - Stone Yoshikawa & Torch Nakazawa
Shuji (10:29) via Inukai Driver on Acid
Rating: D+ (51)

PRIDE Koiso, Ryoma Muruyama & Tsurayuki Kamachi vs. Eisaku Kunomasu, Tetsunori Yasuda & Lion Genji
PRIDE (7:24) via Koiso Kutter on Lion
Rating: C (60)



Intermission

The announcers review match 1: William Hayes picks up the fall over the young Glenn in this all-Gaijin matchup
Rating: C (60)

The announcers review matches 2 and 3: Shuji is able to withstand the push of Seiji and land the kill blow on newcomer Acid II. In the next match, with lots of star power abound, PRIDE is the power that stands out and takes the victory
Rating: B (77)

The announcers preview matches 4 and 5: Eien Miyamoto is front and center with lots of potential threats to his Historical Japan title. Will he be able to withstand the pressure? Then we have the first salvo of the KitoGuchi vs. MiwaKami battle as the young champions face the team they took the Glory Tag Crown from for the first time since their reign began. Miwa and Akinori want back what was taken from them and are looking to start out showing their strength
Rating: C (59)

The announce team previews the main event: Kozue Kawashima & Bryan Holmes face off with the challengers they'll meet at Night of GLORY, Yoshimi Mushashibo and Masaru Ugaki respectively. They'll be joined by other faces, young and old alike, but it will all come down to that foursome, in the end
Rating: B (78)



SATO, Totoya Munakata & Simon Flemmingway vs. Eien Miyamoto, Shiba Mizoguchi & Mashashi Urogataya
SATO (8:52) via Wind Sprint Elbow on Mashashi
Sato takes the first step towards challenging Eien. He looks confident that he'll be able to string the victories together to earn the right to do just that
Rating: C (60)

KitoGuchi - Chojiro Kitoaji & Bussho Makiguchi & Haranobu Kobayashi vs. Mito Miwa, Akinori Kwakami & Tanyu Toushusai
Chojiro (8:47) via Kitoaji Lariat on Tanyu
KitoGuchi looks primed to prove themselves and they take no mercy on any of their opponents, but certainly not Tanyu
Rating: C (62)

Kozue Kawashima, Bryan Holmes, Kazuhige Matsuki & Fujio Narahashi vs. Yoshimi Mushashibo, Masaru Ugaki, Hirokumi Saito & Hito Suzuki
Kozue (13:20) via Kawashima Driver 2005 on Suzuki
Round one, goes to the champs, with Kozue delivering the KD 2005
Rating: C+ (70)


Kozue and Yoshimi go nose-to-nose after the match, with Yoshimi making it clear that winning that match doesn't prove anything and that it'll be a lot different when Kozue has to hit that on him. Kozue takes Yoshimi's bluster in stride and simply poses without talking to the audience, as the show comes to an end
Rating: A (91)


Final Rating: B- (73)
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Pride Glory Honor Wrestling Presents Road to GLORY
Thursday Week 3 May 2013 - Nagoya Sports Stadium (Chubu) Attendance: 9742

The announce team of Keiji Takeda, Sosa Morri & Sadaharu Jimbo open the show for the audience focusing on the rather major 6 man tag main event featuring the Second Generation of PGHW - PRIDE Koisio, Kozue Kawashima, and Tetsunori Yasuda (the proteges of Nobuatsu Tatsuko, Mito Miwa, and Eisaku Hoshino respectively), taking on their First Generation opponents they'll face at Night of GLORY: Eisaku Kunomasu, Yoshimi Mushashibo, and Shuji Inukai
Rating: B- (73)


SATO & Danger Kumasaka vs. Acid II & Lion Genji
SATO (7:57) via Single-Leg Crab on Acid
Rating: D (41)

Seiji Jimbo & Tanyu Toshusai vs. KC Glenn & Greg Gauge
Seiji (9:28) via Boston Crab on Glenn
Rating: C- (57)

KitoGuchi - Chojiro Kitoaji & Bussho Makiguhchi & Totoya Munakata vs. Mito Miwa, Akinori Kwakami & Kazuhige Matsuki
Matsuki (16:11) via Fist of Fury on Totoya
Rating: C+ (69)



Intermission

The announcers review match 1: SATO picks up another win as his momentum grows
Rating: D+ (51)

The announcers review match 2: Seiji Jimbo knows what he's missing and it's having an all-star partner. But he wants to build his team from the bottom up and he's got to find the right guy who he can grow with. His obvious first choice is another Legacy child like himself, in Tanyu Toshusai. They have a successful effort, but will they join together full time is the real question
Rating: C- (54)

The announcers review match 3: Miwa and Akinori have a better showing this time and actually cancel out with KitoGuchi, but the third man of each grouping makes the difference as Matsuki takes out the Blood Fighter
Rating: B- (74)

The announcers preview match 4: Raymond Diaz and William Hayes get a showcase match against Haranobu and Hiro, but this could also be an opportunity for those two to showcase themselves as well
Rating: C (62)

The announcers preview match 5: Speaking of showcasing, Stone Torch gets to show why they are going to be the future of the Glory Tag Crown scene, as they face old stalwarts, Team Energy in tag action
Rating: C (63)

The announcers preview match 6: Ugaki's challenge of Holmes continues, as he joins up with his partner Ryoma to take on Holmes and fellow Gaijin Art Reed
Rating: B- (71)

The announce team previews the main event: A bigger battle of generational change, we could not have as the two top standouts of the Second Generation, and their contemporary rival who is trying to break into that tier, take on three of the top stars of PGHW history in what will be a huge battle
Rating: A (89)



Raymond Diaz & William Hayes vs. Haranobu Kobayashi & Hiro Takimoto
Hayes (7:24) via Ray Gun on Hiro
Haranobu and Hiro acquit themselves well but Diaz and Hayes are far too much for them to handle
Rating: C (64)

Team Energy - Nobuatsu Tatsuko & Noriyori Sanda vs. Stone Torch - Stone Yoshikawa & Torch Nakazawa
Sanda (10:26) via Vortex Crush on Stone
Ditto Stone Torch, here against Team Energy
Rating: C- (56)

Masaru Ugaki & Ryoma Muruyama vs. Bryan Holmes & Art Reed
Masaru (8:57) via Ugaki Clutch on Reed
Masaru sends a message to Holmes via his forcing Art Reed to tap
Rating: B (79)

Kozue Kawashima & PRIDE Koiso & Tetsunori Yasuda vs. Team Dynasty 2000 - Yoshimi Mushashibo & Shuji Inukai & Eisaku Kunomasu
Kozue (24:08) via Kawashima Driver 2005 on Shuji
In a long, drawn out battle the audacity of youth is served well, as the second generation trio draws out the older legends, and Kozue finishes off Shuji, much like he did at Night of FORTITUDE
Rating: A (93)


Even though they won, Kozue, PRIDE & Yasuda have tension after the match, with Yasuda having particular issues with PRIDE, with his mentor Hoshino being run out of PGHW by PRIDE's mentor Nobuatsu. Kozue is able to keep the peace, though, and the trio celebrates as the show comes to an end
Rating: B (82)


Final Rating: B+ (86)
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Pride Glory Honor Wrestling Presents Road to GLORY
Monday Week 4 May 2013 - Asahikawa Stadium (Hokkaido) Attendance: 9036

Pre-Show Angle: Team Shiba enters the ring
Rating: D (46)
Pre-Show Angle: Team Simon enters the ring
Rating: D (45)
Pre-Show Match: Shiba Mizoguchi, Hiro Takimoto, Hito Suzuki & Haranobu Kobayashi vs. Simon Flemmingway, Fujio Narahashi, Lion Genji & Acid II
Simon (8:23) via Suicide Solution on Shiba
Rating: C- (54)

The announce team of Keiji Takeda, Sosa Morri & Sadaharu Jimbo open the show for the audience focusing on the six man tag main event again
Rating: C+ (70)


Greg Gauge vs. SATO
SATO (8:53) via Wind Sprint Elbow
Rating: C- (58)

Seiji Jimbo & Tsurayuki Kamachi vs. Mashashi Urogataya & KC Glenn
Seiji (9:26) via Boston Crab on Glenn
Rating: C (59)

Nobuatsu Tatsuko vs. Tanyu Toshusai
Nobuatsu (10:24) via Tatsuko Driller
Rating: D+ (51)

Bussho Makiguchi vs. Akinori Kwakami
Akinori (14:22) via Kwakami Painlock
Rating: C (64)


KitoGuchi stands off with Mito & Akinori as Miwa and Chojiro are primed to meet next
Rating: B- (71)



Intermission

The announcers review matches 1 and 2: SATO keeps his upward mobility going by beating Greg Gauge, while Seiji Jimbo has a successful enough partnership with Mashashi Urogataya, as he continues to search for the right partner to move forward with
Rating: D+ (51)

The announcers review match 3 and 4: Tanyu does well with Nobuatsu, but he falls in the end, to the Tatsuko Driver. KitoGuchi X MiwaKami continues as the teams begin with singles competition against each other. Akinori takes round one, facing off with Bussho, though KitoGuchi remains confident that they will win when it matters
Rating: C+ (67)

The announcers preview matches 5 and 6: William Hayes and Stone Yoshikawa meet in singles action, while Masaru continues his challenge of Bryan Holmes in tag action
Rating: C (65)

The announce team previews the main event: The six-man action between generations continues
Rating: B (82)



Stone Yoshikawa vs. William Hayes
Stone (7:18) via Ankle Lock
Stone picks up possibly his biggest win in PGHW action
Rating: C- (56)

Masaru Ugaki & Ryoma Muruyama vs. Bryan Holmes & Art Reed
Holmes (13:27) via Final Impact on Ryoma
Holmes returns the favor on Masaru for the last show
Rating: C+ (69)

Kozue Kawashima & PRIDE Koiso & Tetsunori Yasuda vs. Team Dynasty 2000 - Yoshimi Mushashibo & Shuji Inukai & Eisaku Kunomasu
Yoshimi (23:19) via Yoshimi Lock on PRIDE
PRIDE comes at the fall, as Yoshimi wins by making Koiso tap out
Rating: C (64)


Yoshimi talks to Kozue as he retreats from the battlefield, telling him that at Night of GLORY, the Glory Crown comes back to where it belongs, and the true spirit of PGHW will be restored by the Strength of the World, Yoshimi Mushashibo
Rating: A (89)


Final Rating: B- (71)
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Pride Glory Honor Wrestling Presents Road to GLORY
Thursday Week 4 May 2013 - Tochigi Sports Stadium (Kanto) Attendance: 9843

Pre-Show Angle: Team Saito comes to the ring
Rating: C+ (67)
Pre-Show Angle: Team Danger comes to the ring
Rating: D+ (50)
Pre-Show Match: Hirokumi Saito, Haranobu Kobayashi & Team Toronto - Lee Bennett & Alexander Robinson vs. Danger Kumasaka, Simon Flemmingway, Greg Gauge & KC Glenn
Saito (9:17) via Cross Arm Suplex on Glenn
Rating: C- (54)

The announce team of Keiji Takeda, Sosa Morri & Sadaharu Jimbo open the show for the audience focusing on the six man tag main event again
Rating: B- (76)


Eien Miyamoto & Hito Suzuki vs. Totoya Munakata & Hiro Takimoto
Eien (7:09) via Single-Leg Crab on Hiro
Rating: D- (40)

SATO & Fujio Narahashi vs. Acid II & Lion Genji
SATO (10:18) via Boston Crab on Lion
Rating: D (47)

Seiji Jimbo, Tsurayuki Kamachi & Tanyu Toshusai vs. Team Energy - Nobuatsu Tatsuko & Noriyori Sanda & Mashashi Urogataya
Seiji (8:27) via Seiji Ocean Lock on Mashashi
Rating: C (59)


Seji Jimbo makes it clear that he is evolving every day and once he finds the partner that can stand with him, he shall claim what is his as the Bloodline of PGHW
Rating: C+ (69)


Chojiro Kitoaji vs. Mito Miwa
Chojiro (12:43) via Kitoaji Lariat
Rating: B- (75)



Intermission

The announcers review match 1: Eien stands tall in this tag match making quick work of the opposition once he gets going
Rating: C- (55)

The announcers review match 2: SATO continues to look good as he closes in on the right to challenge Eien for the Historical Japan title
Rating: D (46)

The announcers review matches 3 and 4: Seiji is continuing to build the wave up behind himself, and his efforts may prove fruitful, if he can find the right partner to grow with. Meanwhile, Chojiro had very much wanted to face Miwa and he did not let the opportunity pass him by as he gets the strong victory over the PGHW legend
Rating: B- (76)

The announcers preview matches 5 and 6: Raymond Diaz will face the other portion of the Stone Torch team while Masaru & Ryoma continue to face off with Holmes and Reed
Rating: C+ (66)

The announce team previews the main event: Once again Kozue, PRIDE, and Yasuda take on Eisaku and Team Dynasty 2000
Rating: B+ (84)



Raymond Diaz vs. Torch Nakazawa
Diaz (7:22) via Monster Mash
Yup, that worked out the way it was supposed to
Rating: C (63)

Masaru Ugaki & Ryoma Muruyama vs. Bryan Holmes & Art Reed
Masaru (12:25) via Ugaki Clutch on Reed
Masaru gets another victory, though not the pinfall over Holmes he wanted
Rating: B (79)

Kozue Kawashima & PRIDE Koiso & Tetsunori Yasuda vs. Team Dynasty 2000 - Yoshimi Mushashibo & Shuji Inukai & Eisaku Kunomasu
Kozue (26:58) via Kawashima Driver 2005 on Shuji
The Glory Crown Holder gets another win on this tour
Rating: A (92)


Kozue responds in kind to Yoshimi with 3 statements

1). Kawashima-san isn't going to wilt away and will be ready for Night of GLORY
2). He will prove that what he says is true and that after all these years, the time of the First Generation is dead and gone, and Kozue will bury the last vestiges himself
3). He will settle this business that his generation is not ready or capable of dominating the landscape because the man that holds the Glory Crown is the man that represents PGHW and is the true measure of PGHW's strength, and there is nobody that can carry that resolution than the man upon which the future of PGHW shall forever rest

Kozue then celebrates as we end the final show of this tour, and we'll be back in July for the conclusion of the Road to GLORY tour
Rating: A* (98)


Final Rating: B+ (88)
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