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

Post by GooberBM » Mon Feb 02, 2015 6:46 pm

Pride Glory Honor Wrestling Presents Road to GLORY
Monday Week 1 July 2013 - Kunamoto Sports Field (Kyushu) Attendance: 5000

Pre-Show Match: Danger Kumasaka Kazuhige Matsuki, Totoya Munakata, Fujio Narahashi & Haranobu Kobayashi vs. Team Toronto - Alexander Robinson & Lee Bennett, Simon Flemmingway, Lion Genji & Mashashi Urogataya
Matsuki (7:58) via Fist of Fury on Mashashi
Rating: C- (57)
Pre-Show Angle: Announcers talk about winners
Rating: D+ (50)
Pre-Show Angle: Previewing Match 1
Rating: D (45)
Pre-Show Angle: Previewing Match 2
Rating: C (62)

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- (73)


Stone Torch - Stone Yoshikawa & Torch Nakazawa vs. Culture Clash - Acid II & Hiro Takimoto
Stone (8:59) via Ankle Lock on Acid
Rating: D+ (49)

Raymond Diaz & William Hayes vs. Greg Gauge & KC Glenn
Diaz (6:42) via lariat on Glenn
Rating: B- (72)

Masaru Ugaki & Ryoma Muruyama vs. Bryan Holmes & Art Reed
Holmes (9:37) via Final Impact on Ryoma
Rating: B (78)

Mito Miwa vs. Bussho Makiguchi
Bussho (9:50) via Blazing Elbow
Rating: B (79)



Intermission

The announcers review matches 1 and 2: Stone Torch picks up a victory over the new duo of Culture Shock, while Raymond Diaz sends a strong message that while his Glory Crown bid failed he's still a force to be reckoned with
Rating: C (63)

The announcers review matches 3 and 4: Holmes gets the last leg up before going to Night of GLORY, while Bussho shows his win at the Elite Series was no fluke by knocking off Mito Miwa yet again, and lining the Glory Tag Crown holders up going into their defense
Rating: B- (71)

The announcers preview matches 5 and 6: Seiji Jimbo is looking to consolidate a partnership with the very similar Tanyu Toshusai, and yet another test is at hand, in this 6 man tag action. We then have the other half of the KitoGuchi X MiwaKami battle as Akinori and Chojiro go at it
Rating: C (61)

The announce team previews the main event: Once again our two trios go toe to toe
Rating: B (78)



Seiji Jimbo, Tanyu Toshusai & SATO vs. Team Energy - Nobuatsu Tatsuko & Noriyori Sanda & Eien Miyamoto
Seiji (10:06) via Seiji Ocean Lock on Eien
Seiji and Tanyu look strong as we find ourselves on the way to Night of GLORY
Rating: C (60)

Akinori Kwakami vs. Chojiro Kitoaji
Akinori (13:30) via Kwakami Painlock
Akinori salvages the evening and keeps KitoGuchi from taking all the momentum as he makes Chojiro tap out
Rating: B (77)


Akinori gloats about the win and promises that he and Miwa will regain the Glory Tag Crown
Rating: C (65)


Kozue Kawashima & PRIDE Koiso & Tetsunori Yasuda vs. Team Dynasty 2000 - Yoshimi Mushashibo & Shuji Inukai & Eisaku Kunomasu
Kozue (24:37) via Kawashima Driver 2005 on Shuji
Yasuda and PRIDE continue to have a tense partnership but the Glory Crown Holder won't be denied as he drills Shuji with the KD 2005 again
Rating: B (82)


Tetsunori/PRIDE & Eisaku/Shuji leave the ringside area on their own
Rating: B (78)


Kozue and Yoshimi face off with each other with each man declaring that they will bring home the Glory Crown at Night of GLORY, which we are reminded is the next show on the calendar, as the show comes to an end
Rating: A (92)


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

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Pride Glory Honor Wrestling Presents Night of GLORY

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

(0) 8 Man Tag Match: Culture Clash - Acid II & Hiro Takimoto & Tsurayuki Kamachi vs. Fujio Narahashi, Lion Genji & Mashashi Urogataya

(1) 10 Man Tag Match: Team Toronto - Lee Bennett & Alexander Robinson, Simon Flemmingway, KC Glenn & Greg Gauge vs. Danger Kumasaka, Hirokumi Saito, Shiba Mizoguchi, Hito Suzuku & Haranobu Kobayashi

(2) 8 Man Tag Match: Team Energy - Nobuatsu Tatsuko & Noriyori Sanda, Art Reed & Ryoma Muruyama vs. Stone Torch - Stone Yoshikawa & Torch Nakazawa, Totoya Munakata & Kazuhige Matsuki

(3) Special Tag Match: Raymond Diaz & William Hayes vs. Seiji Jimbo & Tanyu Toshusai

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


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


(6) Historical Japan Title Match: Eien Miyamoto (28th champion) vs. SATO (challenger)
Sixth Defense


(7) Special Singles Match: Eisaku Kunomasu vs. PRIDE Koiso

(8) Glory Crown Match: Kozue Kawashima (17th Champion) vs. Yoshimi Mushashibo (Challenger)
Tenth Defense
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Re: A Story of Pride, Glory, Honor (TEW 2013 Simulation)

Post by Greg_McNeish » Tue Feb 03, 2015 2:48 pm

Pride Glory Honor Wrestling Presents Night of GLORY


(0) 8 Man Tag Match: Culture Clash - Acid II & Hiro Takimoto & Tsurayuki Kamachi vs. Fujio Narahashi, Lion Genji & Mashashi Urogataya
New team with a name. It's as good a reason as we're like to have.

(1) 10 Man Tag Match: Team Toronto - Lee Bennett & Alexander Robinson, Simon Flemmingway, KC Glenn & Greg Gauge vs. Danger Kumasaka, Hirokumi Saito, Shiba Mizoguchi, Hito Suzuku & Haranobu Kobayashi
This will totally go the other way, but fuck that all-gaijin team.

(2) 8 Man Tag Match: Team Energy - Nobuatsu Tatsuko & Noriyori Sanda, Art Reed & Ryoma Muruyama vs. Stone Torch - Stone Yoshikawa & Torch Nakazawa, Totoya Munakata & Kazuhige Matsuki
A bunch of kids that all seem to be on the up. Team Energy are useful Tag Crown challengers, but they recently had a shot, and have the legacy to fire back up in a heartbeat, when the time comes.

(3) Special Tag Match: Raymond Diaz & William Hayes vs. Seiji Jimbo & Tanyu Toshusai
Fuck it. I'm feelin' the upsets in the undercard. You've already run a chemistry experiment with the legacy kids, so if they're teaming again, they must have passed.

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

Only gaijin wearing gold get to win.

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

Logic dictates that KitoGuchi will retain, since you're putting in work to establish some new teams to keep their title reign going, but I'm an #OldManPower mark, so give my Miwa or give me Misawa-death.

(6) Historical Japan Title Match: Eien Miyamoto (28th champion) vs. SATO (challenger)
Sixth Defense

For no other reason than to not have too many titles changing hands. I have no fucks to give for the undercard title, residing as it is in the ultimate cooldown slot.

(7) Special Singles Match: Eisaku Kunomasu vs. PRIDE Koiso
PRIDE Koiso is the big title match you want to build, regardless of who walks out of GLORY with the Crown. Kunomasu is the last old guy whose body hasn't quit on him. Gotta keep him running with the big dogs as long as possible. He's the perfect first defence for Yoshimi, or as a follow-up for Kawashima. Either way, he's your man.

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

Ten defences is a long-ass title reign. You've spent all this time building up the generational tension. No point having the youngin's win the day so quickly. Time to take back your thrown, Ace.
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Re: A Story of Pride, Glory, Honor (TEW 2013 Simulation)

Post by GooberBM » Thu Feb 05, 2015 6:40 pm

Pride Glory Honor Wrestling Presents Night Of GLORY
Friday Week 1 July 2013 - Yamagata Football Stadium (Tohoku) Attendance: 18010

Pre-Show Match: Culture Clash - Acid II & Hiro Takimoto & Tsurayuki Kamachi vs. Fujio Narahashi, Lion Genji & Mashashi Urogataya
Kamachi (7:08) via Boston Crab on Genji
Rating: D+ (52)

Announcers open the show obviously detailing the Glory Crown main event match between Kozue Kawashima and Yoshimi Mushashibo
Rating: B- (73)


Team Toronto - Lee Bennett & Alexander Robinson, Simon Flemmingway, KC Glenn & Greg Gauge vs. Danger Kumasaka, Hirokumi Saito, Shiba Mizoguchi, Hito Suzuku & Haranobu Kobayashi
Danger (6:42) via armbar on Glenn
Rating: C- (55)

Team Energy - Nobuatsu Tatsuko & Noriyori Sanda, Art Reed & Ryoma Muruyama vs. Stone Torch - Stone Yoshikawa & Torch Nakazawa, Totoya Munakata & Kazuhige Matsuki
Ryoma (9:27) via Muruyama Launch on Totoya
Rating: B- (72)

Raymond Diaz & William Hayes vs. Seiji Jimbo & Tanyu Toshusai
Seiji (11:15) via Jimbo Driver on Diaz
Rating: B+ (87)

Shuji Inukai vs. Tetsunori Yasuda
Yasuda (14:52) via Manilla Plunge
Rating: B (78)

International Title Match
Bryan Holmes (8th Champion) vs. Masaru Ugaki (Challenger)
Second Defense
Holmes (8:27) via Final Impact
Rating: B (80)



Intermission

The announcers recap match 1: Danger leads his rag-tag team of young'ens to victory
Rating: C (61)

The announcers recap matches 2 and 3: The young generation will have to continue to wait their turn as the veterans send them back, while Raymond Diaz takes a shocking loss at the hands of Seiji Jimbo and the proud uncle who watched his famous Seiji Driver end the match
Rating: C+ (70)

The anouncers recap matches 4 and 5: Tetsunori Yasuda collects another scalp on his way to legitimacy, beating Shuji Inukai, and Bryan Holmes successfully sends back the challenge of Masaru Ugaki and retains the International Title
Rating: B- (74)

The announcers preview match 6: The Glory Tag Crown will be on the line as Miwa and Akinori look to regain the title they lost to the champion team of KitoGuchi, but the young champions are only just beginning to prove themselves as a team and they have no intentions on relinquishing antyhing
Rating: B- (75)

The announcers preview matches 7 and 8: Eien Miyamoto has been a strong Historical Japan champion and he fully expects his reign to continue by retaining in this defense, while the semi-main event sees Eisaku Kunomasu & PRIDE Koiso looking to make the claim at being the next rightful challenger to the Glory Crown holder
Rating: C (63)

The announce team then previews the main event: Kozue Kawashima defends the Glory Crown against the man that won the Elite Series and earned the right to challenge at the biggest show of the year, Yoshimi Mushashibo
Rating: B (80)



We come back from intermission with a video package for the Glory Tag Crown match: KitoGuchi took the Glory Tag Crown in April of 2012 from the team they face tonight, Mito Miwa and Akinori Kwakami. It was a stunning upset then, but KitoGuchi has held the titles for over a year with 6 defenses under their belt so they are now truly worthy of being considered one of the top teams in PGHW, but they don't just want to be considered a top team. They are here to prove that they are part of the new generation that isn't going to wait in line, or prop up the senpai in their way. They want to face everybody in front of them, and beat them with the strength of KitoGuchi. Miwa and Akinori know what it takes to be at the very top of the heap in PGHW and that the chase for the Glory Tag Crown has produced some of the great teams and great matches in the history of PGHW. They understand their place in the history of the Glory Tag Crown and they are going to grow their legacy even further, by reclaiming the Glory Tag Crown, tonight
Rating: C (64)


Glory Tag Crown Match
KitoGuchi - Chojiro Kitoaji & Bussho Makiguchi (21st Champions) vs. Mito Miwa & Akinori Kwakami (Challengers)
Seventh Defense
Bussho (14:43) via Blazing Elbow on Miwa
The challengers are fierce but they are sent packing as the audacity of youth wins out and Bussho drills Miwa with the Blazing Elbow to prove their initial win was no fluke
Rating: B (78)

Historical Japan Title Match
Eien Miyamoto (28th Champion) vs. SATO (Challenger)
Sixth Defense
Eien (9:42) via STF
Eien once again proves himself as the class of the undercard, by easily repelling SATO's best efforts and tying him up in the STF
Rating: C (59)

Eien Celebrates his win as the announcers wonder who is going to stop his title reign
Rating: D+ (48)


Before the next match we get a video package: We get a recap of the Elite Series Block Decision Match that PRIDE Koiso won and the disappointment Eisaku felt at missing out at his opportunity there, but he knew that once PRIDE lost the Elite Series Final Match, their paths would cross again soon enough and Eisaku won't miss his opportunity twice. PRIDE knows how close he was to the Glory Crown, but he also knows that he's still right there in contention and that when he defeats his closest competition he'll get either the opportunity to face his partner, or the man that took the Elite Series from him. Either way it goes, he will be more than satisfied. But first, he deals with Kunomasu
Rating: B- (75)


Eisaku Kunomasu vs. PRIDE Koiso
Eisaku (17:18) via Kunomasu Vice
The two battle hard back and forth, with each acutely aware of the stakes and not wanting to make the mistake that costs them. Eventually though, it's Eisaku that fights to win, rather than not to lose, and by the the time PRIDE meets him at that level it's too late, and Eisaku blows PRIDE out before locking in the Kunomasu Vice and geting his win back from the Elite Series
Rating: B (82)


Before the main event, we get a recap of what has brought us to this night: First a reminder of the night Yoshimi's career turned, as he lost the Glory crown and a year of his career to PRIDE Koiso, followed by Kozue's failed attempts to finally break through. We then intercut Kozue's Glory Crown victory over Shuji Inukai with a young Yoshimi's first Glory Crown victory over Eisaku Hoshino in January 2001. Kozue's 9 defenses are broken up by some of Yoshimi's greatest victories as Glory Crown holder, including each of his other two victories to claim the Glory Crown. Finally we see Yoshimi pinning PRIDE to win the Elite Series and Kozue's story coming full circle as he repels Shuji Inukai again, and now the man who wishes to be the Ace is face-to-face with the last man who could truly claim to be the Ace. The question at hand is if the future that rests on Kozue is now the present, or if Yoshimi is still the Strength of the World
Rating: A* (100)


Glory Crown Match
Kozue Kawashima (17th Champion) vs. Yoshimi Mushashibo (Challenger)
Tenth Defense
Yoshimi (34:47) via Yoshimi Lock
These two are slow and cautious, building to crescendos, only to have the other come back and shut that down. Yoshimi is able to win, countering a third attempt at the KD 2005 into the Yoshimi Lock and being able to wrench back until Kozue has to tap
Rating: B (79)


Yoshimi celebrates his victory telling the audience that he foretold this moment, years in the making, as he has finally regained...his Glory. As the crowd erupts in cheers and laughter, Yoshimi states that he will continue to bear the standard of PGHW, and he will hold the Glory Crown with the Pride and Honor that is demanded, and continue to prove he is the best Wrestler alive, because he is the Strength of the World, Yoshimi Mushashibo. Confetti erupts and Yoshimi celebrates with the crowd as Night of GLORY comes to a close
Rating: A* (96)


Final Rating: B+ (88)
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Re: A Story of Pride, Glory, Honor (TEW 2013 Simulation)

Post by GooberBM » Fri Feb 06, 2015 9:39 am

Pride Glory Honor Wrestling Presents the Road to Night of HONOUR

PGHW is proud to announce the list of events leading to the next two major shows on the calendar. First up is the inaugural HONOR Cup tournament: A sixteen man, single-elimination tournament to determine a top contender for the Glory Crown at the Night of HONOUR event on Tuesday Week 4 August. The tournament will be held over three rounds, starting on Monday Week 1 August, with the semifinals and finals being contested at the HONOR Cup Finals event on Thursday Week 2 August. The matchups for the tournament are as follows:

Upper Bracket

Kozue Kawashima vs. Bussho Makiguchi
Mito Miwa vs. Eien Miyamoto
Stone Yakizawa vs. Akinori Kwakami
Bryan Holmes vs. Ryoma Muruyama


Lower Bracket

Tetsunori Yasuda vs. Kazuhige Matsuki
Masaru Ugaki vs. Shuji Inukai
Chojiro Kitoaji vs. William Hayes
Seiji Jimbo vs. PRIDE Koiso


The first round will be held on Monday Week 1 August at Fukuoka Athletics Stadium (Kyushu), and the show schedule is as follows:

(1) HONOR Cup First Round Match: Chojiro Kitoaji vs. William Hayes
(2) HONOR Cup First Round Match: Mito Miwa vs. Eien Miyamoto
(3) HONOR Cup First Round Match: Masaru Ugaki vs. Shuji Inukai
(4) HONOR Cup First Round Match: Bryan Holmes vs. Ryoma Muruyama
(5) HONOR Cup First Round Match: Kozue Kawashima vs. Bussho Makiguchi
(6) Yoshimi Mushashibo, Danger Kumasaka & Nobuatsu Tatsuko vs. Eisaku Kunomasu & Team Toronto - Lee Bennett & Alexander Robinson
(7) HONOR Cup First Round Match: Stone Yoshikawa vs. Akinori Kwakami
(8) HONOR Cup First Round Match: Tetsunori Yasuda vs. Kazuhige Matsuki
(9) HONOR Cup First Round Match: Seiji Jimbo vs. PRIDE Koiso


Round 2 - Monday Week 2 August at Kochi Stadium (Shikoku)

() HONOR Cup Second Round Match: Winner of Tetsunori Yasuda/Kazuhige Matsuki vs. Winner of Masaru Ugaki/Shuji Inukai
() HONOR Cup Second Round Match: Winner of Stone Yoshikawa/Akinori Kwakami vs. Winner of Bryan Holmes/Ryoma Muruyama
() HONOR Cup Second Round Match: Winner of Kozue Kawashima/Bussho Makiguchi vs. Winner of Mito Miwa/Eien Miyamoto
() HONOR Cup Second Round Match: Winner of Chojiro Kitoaji/William Hayes vs. Winner of Seiji Jimbo/PRIDE Koiso


HONOR Cup Finals - Thursday Week 2 August at Yamagata Football Stadium (Tohoku)

() HONOR Cup Semifinal Match: Winner of Tetsunori Yasuda/Kazuhige Matsuki vs. Masaru Ugaki/Shuji Inukai vs. Winner of Kozue Kawashima/Bussho Makiguchi vs. Mito Miwa/Eien Miyamoto
() HONOR Cup Semifinal Match: Winner of Chojiro Kitoaji/William Hayes vs. Seiji Jimbo/PRIDE Koiso vs. Winner of Stone Yoshikawa/Akinori Kwakami vs. Bryan Holmes/Ryoma Muruyama
() HONOR Cup Final Match
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Re: A Story of Pride, Glory, Honor (TEW 2013 Simulation)

Post by GooberBM » Fri Feb 06, 2015 10:10 am

Correction

HONOR Cup Finals - Thursday Week 2 August at Yamagata Football Stadium (Tohoku)

() HONOR Cup Semifinal Match: Winner of Tetsunori Yasuda/Kazuhige Matsuki vs. Masaru Ugaki/Shuji Inukai vs. Winner of Chojiro Kitoaji/William Hayes vs. Seiji Jimbo/PRIDE Koiso
() HONOR Cup Semifinal Match: Winner of Kozue Kawashima/Bussho Makiguchi vs. Mito Miwa/Eien Miyamoto
vs. Winner of Stone Yoshikawa/Akinori Kwakami vs. Bryan Holmes/Ryoma Muruyama
() HONOR Cup Final Match
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Re: A Story of Pride, Glory, Honor (TEW 2013 Simulation)

Post by Greg_McNeish » Fri Feb 06, 2015 4:10 pm

No predictions in protest of Kunomasu being excluded. This is bullshit.
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Re: A Story of Pride, Glory, Honor (TEW 2013 Simulation)

Post by GooberBM » Fri Feb 06, 2015 7:48 pm

Pride Glory Honor Wrestling Presents Road to HONOUR
Monday Week 2 July 2013 - Kochi Stadium (Shikoku) Attendance: 5000

Pre-Show Match: Simon Flemmingway vs. Omezo Shikitei
Simon (4:37) via single-leg crab on Shikitei
Rating: C (63)

The announce team of Keiji Takeda, Sosa Morri & Sadaharu Jimbo open the show for the audience focusing on the main event, featuring Team Dynasty 2000 coming together to face the challenge of Tetsunori Yasuda, who still has business with Shuji Inukai, and Eisaku Kunomasu who wants to have business with Yoshimi Mushashibo, as they discuss the fact that Kunomasu refused an opportunity to be in the HONOR Cup
Rating: B (81)


Eien Miyamoto & Fujio Narahashi vs. SATO & Tanyu Toshusai
Tanyu (5:23) via Dangerous Brainbuster on Fujio
Rating: C (59)


Mito Miwa & Akinori Kwakami vs. Stone Torch - Stone Yoshikawa & Torch Nakazawa
Miwa (7:26) via Amphora Stretch on Torch
Rating: C+ (66)


Team Energy - Nobuatsu Tatsuko & Noriyori Sanda vs. Team Toronto - Lee Bennett & Alexander Robinson
Sanda (7:37) via Full Body Powerbomb on Robinson
Rating: B- (72)


KitoGuchi - Chojiro Kitoaji & Bussho Makiguchi vs. Raymond Diaz & William Hayes
Chojiro (14:58) via Kitoaji Lariat
Rating: B+ (83)



Intermission

The announcers review match 1: Tanyu shows growth from his time around Seiji Jimbo, and picks up a victory across from the Historical Japan champion, and may show he's ready to face Eien Miyamoto
Rating: C+ (66)

The announcers review match 2: As for some other kids that are punching above their weight, Stone Torch isn't quite ready as the veterans Miwa and Akinori take care of their business
Rating: C+ (68)

The announcers review matches 3 and 4: Team Energy defeats Team Toronto, thanks to the power of Sanda's full body powerbomb, while KitoGuchi shows their form is going to continue to carry them forward, as they withstand the strength of Raymond Diaz and his partner William Hayes, to show the strength of the Glory Tag Crown holders
Rating: B (79)

The announcers preview match 5: Having survived the challenge of Masaru, Holmes is looking to settle in and get his momentum in order going into the HONOR Cup, while Matsuki looks to to stand out as he gears up for the HONOR Cup too
Rating: C (59)

The announcers preview match 6: Seiji Jimbo receives a showcase opportunity, as he is the lead dog in this tag match, seeing if he can lead a young lion against the young pairing of Culture Clash
Rating: D (46)

The announcers preview match 7: The semi-main event features two major tag teams in action, as PRIDE and Kozue face off with Ryoma and Masaru, with HONOR Cup and Glory Tag Crown implications abound
Rating: B (78)

The announce team previews the main event: They elaborate on the tensions between the foursome in this match; Shuji lost to Yasuda at Night of GLORY, but with the opportunity to receive another Glory Crown shot in the balance, Shuji is looking to show the young Yasuda the way back down the ladder. They then spend time dealing with Kunomasu's decision to bypass the HONOR Cup with his reasoning being that he is the rightful contender to the Glory Crown. He is the only top contender since the Elite Series who hasn't had a chance at Yoshimi or the Glory Crown, he defeated PRIDE Koiso at Night of GLORY, and while the children and the irrelevant fight for the HONOR Cup, he is not going to wait for an opportunity. He wants to face Yoshimi now, before Night of HONOUR, and he will not rest until Yoshimi accepts his challenge
Rating: B (80)



Bryan Holmes, Totoya Munakata, Kazuhige Matsuki, Mashashi Urogataya & Haranobu Kobayashi vs. Art Reed, Hirokumi Saito, Danger Kumasaka, Greg Gauge & KC Glenn
Holmes (6:37) via Cyclone Shock Kick on Glenn
Holmes and Matsuki definitely stand out in this match, playing a short-form game of onesupmanship, but Holmes is the one that gets the victory
Rating: C (65)


Seiji Jimbo & Lion Genji vs. Culture Clash - Acid II & Hiro Takimoto
Seiji (8:07) via Seiji Ocean Lock on Hiro
Seiji feels far too beyond this match and leaves Lion to the wolves for long stretches, but his desire to not keep loss on his record heading to the HONOR Cup is far greater and he puts his foot down in the end
Rating: C- (55)


Kozue Kawashima & PRIDE Koiso vs. Ryoma Muruyama & Masaru Ugaki
Kozue (10:43) via Kawashima Driver 2005 on Ryoma
Kozue looks ready to bounce back from his disappointing loss to Yoshimi and takes out Ryoma
Rating: B (81)


PRIDE and Kozue celebrate their win and put the rest of the HONOR Cup on notice that they will be the two in the finals and one of them will end the reign of Yoshimi, before it ever gets started
Rating: A (93)


Eisaku Kunomasu & Tetsunori Yasuda vs. Team Dynasty 2000 - Yoshimi Mushashibo & Shuji Inukai
Yoshimi (15:31) via Yoshimi Lock on Eisaku
Yoshimi and Eisaku go fiercely at each other, while Yasuda and Shuji cancel each other out, but it's Yoshimi's calm and composure that carries the day, and he feasts on Eisaku's unfocused energies and taps Eisaku out
Rating: B- (76)


Team Dynasty 2000 celebrates their victory with Yoshimi answering Eisaku's challenge: Yoshimi will give Eisaku until the beginning of the HONOR Cup to prove his worth as a challenger. If Eisaku can defeat Yoshimi, not his partner but Yoshimi himself, before the tournament begins, he will accept Eisaku's challenge for the Glory Crown. If Eisaku cannot beat Yoshimi before then, Yoshimi will not acknowledge Eisaku, and it will be clear that only one man stands at the top in this generation. The Strength of the World, Yoshimi Mushashibo
Rating: A (93)


Final Rating: B (81)
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Re: A Story of Pride, Glory, Honor (TEW 2013 Simulation)

Post by GooberBM » Fri Feb 06, 2015 8:37 pm

Pride Glory Honor Wrestling Presents Road to HONOUR
Thursday Week 2 July 2013 - Matsue Sports Park (Chugoku) Attendance: 5000

Pre-Show Match: Simon Flemmingway vs. Omezo Shikitei
Simon (5:22) via single-leg crab on Shikitei
Rating: C (64)
Pre-Show Angle: Announcers recap pre-show match focusing on Simon's solid performance and Omezo giving a good account of himself in defeat
Rating: C+ (69)
Pre-Show Angle: The announcers preview match 1 wondering if Eien can get his groove back, as Historical Japan champion, heading into the HONOR Cup
Rating: D+ (50)

The announce team of Keiji Takeda, Sosa Morri & Sadaharu Jimbo open the show for the audience focusing on the main event, seeing a HONOR Cup prelude match between the Glory Tag Crown holders of KitoGuchi and one of the great teams in all of PGHW, Kozue Kawashima & PRIDE Koiso
Rating: B (80)


Eien Miyamoto & Fujio Narahashi vs. SATO & Tanyu Toshusai
Tanyu (6:02) via Dangerous Brainbuster on Fujio
Rating: C (60)

Bryan Holmes, Totoya Munakata, Kazuhige Matsuki, Mashashi Urogataya & Haranobu Kobayashi vs. Art Reed, Hirokumi Saito,Tsurayuki Kamachi, Greg Gauge & KC Glenn
Holmes (7:09) via Cyclone Shock Kick on Glenn
Rating: B- (73)

Stone Torch - Stone Yoshikawa & Torch Nakazawa vs. Hito Suzuki & Shiba Mizoguchi
Torch (6:34) via Tsunami Legdrop on Shiba
Rating: C- (58)

Akinori Kwakami & William Hayes vs. Noriyori Sanda & Ryoma Muruyama
Akinori (11:44) via Kwakami Painlock on Sanda
Rating: B (79)



Intermission

The announcers review match 2: Matsuki is continuing to impress, as he's growing in confidence by the show, but Holmes is still holding control here and is the class of the match
Rating: C (60)

The announcers review match 3: Stone Torch takes the lessons of their defeat at the last show and make it count, bouncing back in style
Rating: C (64)

The announcers review match 4: Akinori may not have his partner, but he's got the skills to pay the bills as he outclasses Sanda and gets the victory
Rating: B (79)

The announcers preview match 5: Seiji gets to run this one back again with the various young'ens
Rating: D (47)

The announcers preview match 6: Yasuda and Eisaku may have lost at the last show but they grew closer and not only want another shot at Team Dynasty but have christened themselves Crossed Wires, as they will use the strength of young and old to change the PGHW landscape: Yasuda will claim the HONOR Cup, Eisaku will face and defeat Yoshimi and then they will meet on the other side and face each other
Rating: B (82)

The announcers preview match 7: Raymond Diaz' decline seems to be continuing, since his loss to Kozue, but he has another opportunity to stop the slide, by stopping Masaru Ugaki on his way to the HONOR Cup tournament
Rating: B- (72)

The announce team previews main event: KitoGuchi has so much to prove here, getting an opportunity to face two of the true elite of PGHW and show that they do in fact belong. For PRIDE and Kozue, there's also a lot on the line as their personal ambitions have taken away from their joint success and a win tonight would bring them closer to their hope of total domination of PGHW
Rating: B+ (86)



Seiji Jimbo & Lion Genji vs. Culture Clash - Acid II & Hiro Takimoto
Seiji (6:18) via Seiji Ocean Lock on Hiro
Seiji did as Seiji does
Rating: C- (54)

Kurosuwaiyā - Eisaku Kunomasu & Tetsunori Yasuda vs. Team Dynasty 2000 - Yoshimi Mushashibo & Shuji Inukai
Yoshimi (7:56) via Yoshimi Lock on Yasuda
Eisaku and Yasuda have fire to spare and as they gel as a unit, the rest of the teams in PGHW are going to have a force to be reckoned with, but on this night the oiled unit of Team Dynasty 2000 is able to get the victory
Rating: B- (76)


Team Dynasty celebrate again with Yoshimi reiterating that the clock is running short on Eisaku and that he won't reach him at that level
Rating: A (93)


Raymond Diaz vs. Masaru Ugaki
Masaru (11:50) via Ugaki Clutch
Masaru proves that Diaz' slide is real and that his victory over Diaz in the Elite Series was no fluke. This is the kind of momentum building victory that Masaru needed heading into the HONOR Cup
Rating: B- (75)

Kozue Kawashima & PRIDE Koiso vs. KitoGuchi - Chojiro Kitoaji & Bussho Makiguchi
Kozue (14:31) via Kawaashima Driver 2005 on Bussho
The champions take a very humbling loss here, as they absolutely tear it up with the well seasoned team, but they didn't anticipate the second or third gear that PRIDE and Kozue could turn up to and blew them out of the water down the stretch
Rating: A (90)


PRIDE and Kozue have a few words for the audience and the competitors in their way. Kawashima starts with a few things to say:

2). This is the strength of the Second Generation. If anyone wants to doubt that they are the present and future of PGHW they will be punished.
3). Tonight, they hope KitoGuchi takes the lessons they learned tonight and grows, so that when PRIDE and he face them again, there will be no excuses when they lose the Glory Tag Crown to the men upon which the future of PGHW shall forever rest.

PRIDE then takes the mic and says it's been a while since he's spoken to the crowd this way, and he's pleased to be back here being able to perform for the audience in the main events on the brightest stages. He agrees with Kozue that they have their eyes on the Glory Tag Crown and that the champions should be on notice, but before they attend to that business, the two of them have a certain tournament to dominate. PRIDE has let his focus wane when he's been at the doorstep to success, and that ends now. It doesn't matter who's legacy is in his way, it doesn't matter who's bloodline he must crush, and it doesn't matter who the future rests with (PRIDE says turning to Kozue), the next Glory Crown reign will belong the man who bears the PRIDE of PGHW.

PRIDE and Kozue then stand off with each other, then back down and celebrate their victory as the show comes to an end
Rating: A* (97)


Final Rating: B+ (86)
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Re: A Story of Pride, Glory, Honor (TEW 2013 Simulation)

Post by GooberBM » Sat Feb 07, 2015 6:56 am

Pride Glory Honor Wrestling Presents Road to HONOUR
Monday Week 3 July 2013 - New Mei Sports Stadium (Kinki) Attendance: 9555


Pre-Show Match: Pre-Show Match: Hirokumi Saito & Hito Suzuki vs. KC Glenn & Greg Gauge
Saito (4:50) via Cross Arm Suplex on Glenn
Rating: C (61)

The announce team of Keiji Takeda, Sosa Morri & Sadaharu Jimbo open the show for the audience focusing on the two main events of KitoGuchi facing off with PRIDE and Kozue again, while Team Dynasty once again faces the challenge of Crossed Wires
Rating: B (76)


Art Reed, Kazuhige Matsuki, Totoya Munakata & Torch Nakazawa vs. Raymond Diaz, Danger Kumasaka, Fujio Narahashi & Tanyu Toshusai
Matsuki (6:41) via Fist of Fury on Diaz
Rating: C (64)

Noriyori Sanda & SATO vs. Culture Clash - Acid II & Hiro Takimoto
Sanda (7:12) via Full Body Powerbomb on Acid
Rating: C+ (67)

Seiji Jimbo & Omezo Shikitei vs. Nextwave - Mashashi Urogataya & Haranobu Kobayashi
Mashashi (6:15) via Backdrop hold on Omezo
Rating: D+ (52)

Mito Miwa & Akinori Kwakami vs. Bryan Holmes & William Hayes
Holmes (9:58) via Final Impact on Miwa
Rating: B (77)



Intermission

The announcers review match 2: Sanda looks strong and SATO is impressive in getting this win over the young Culture Clash
Rating: C- (56)

The announcers review match 3: Seiji is more than ready for the HONOR Cup, but the newest member of the PGHW roster, Omezo gets overwhelmed by the proteges of Danger Kumasaka, who have come together under the team name Nextwave and pick up a very good victory as a unit
Rating: C (62)

The announcers review match 4: Holmes and Hayes overcomes the fierce challenge of Akinori and are able to isolate Miwa down the stretch and pull out the victory
Rating: B (78)

The announcers preview match 5: A HONOR Cup prelude match, with Eien and Stone coming together to take on the seasoned team of Ryoma and Masaru and see where they stand going into the tournament
Rating: C+ (67)

The announcers preview match 6: KitoGuchi gets another crack at Kozue & PRIDE and an opportunity to give a stronger account of themselves against one of the elite teams in PGHW, while PRIDE and Kozue look to consolidate their claim towards the Glory Tag Crown, as we head on towards the HONOR Cup tournament
Rating: B+ (85)

The announce team previews the main event: Yoshimi and Shuji continue their fight as they try to deny Eisaku's challenge and put the young Yasuda back in his place, respectively
Rating: B+ (86)



Eien Miyamoto & Stone Yoshikawa vs. Ryoma Muruyama & Masaru Ugaki
Ryoma (6:34) via Muruyama Launch on Stone
Eien and Stone do give a good fight but they are simply not ready to take on a team like Ryoma and Masaru in a situation like this and get handled pretty easily
Rating: C+ (67)

PRIDE Koiso & Kozue Kawashima vs. KitoGuchi - Chojiro Kitoaji & Bussho Makiguchi
PRIDE (13:44) via Running Koiso Kutter on Chojiro
This match doesn't go much better than the last one for KitoGuchi, as they get blown out again, down the stretch and it's clear that no matter what happens in the HONOR Cup, that PRIDE and Kozue are going to be challenging for the Glory Tag Crown sooner than later
Rating: B (78)

Team Dynasty 2000 - Yoshimi Mushashibo & Shuji Inukai vs. Kurosuwaiyā - Eisaku Kunomasu & Tetsunori Yasuda
Yoshimi (10:41) via Yoshimi Lock on Yasuda
Eisaku continues to claw closer to a match against Yoshimi but his level isn't there yet to get the win he needs, as the Glory Crown Holder is one step closer to repelling the challenge facing him, as he taps out Yasuda again
Rating: B+ (88)


Team Dynasty and Kurosuwaiyā face off with Yasuda pointing out that Shuji won't have Yoshimi to fight his battles for him, if they meet in the HONOR Cup, while Yoshimi reiterates that Eisaku cannot reach him at this level and he won't be able to reach Yoshimi before he runs out of time
Rating: B- (73)


Final Rating: B+ (84)
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Re: A Story of Pride, Glory, Honor (TEW 2013 Simulation)

Post by GooberBM » Sat Feb 07, 2015 7:13 am

Pride Glory Honor Wrestling Presents Road to HONOUR
Thursday Week 3 July 2013 - Asahikawa Stadium (Hokkaido) Attendance: 7812


Pre-Show Match: Pre-Show Match: Culture Clash - Acid II & Hito Takimoto vs. Lion Genji & Omezo Shikitei
Hiro (6:32) via lariat on Omezo
Rating: F+ (16)

The announce team of Keiji Takeda, Sosa Morri & Sadaharu Jimbo open the show for the audience focusing on the six man tag main event featuring KitoGuchi and Yoshimi Mushashibo taking on Noriyori Sanda & Crossed Wires
Rating: B (81)


Art Reed, Simon Flemmingway & Team Toronto - Lee Bennett & Alexander Robinson vs. Akinori Kwakami, SATO, Totoya Munakata & Hito Suzuki
Akinori (7:19) via Kwakami Painlock on Robinson
Rating: C (63)

Kazuhige Matsuki & Tsurayuki Kamachi vs. Bryan Holmes & William Hayes
Holmes (9:19) via Final Impact on Kamachi
Rating: B- (72)

KC Glenn & Greg Gauge vs. Stone Torch - Stone Yoshikawa & Torch Nakazawa
Stone (10:08) via Ankle Lock on Glenn
Rating: C- (53)

Raymond Diaz vs. Eien Miyamoto
Eien (11:28) via STF
Rating: C (62)



Intermission

The announcers review match 2: Matsuki looks very good in his portion of the match, but taking on what has been a functioning team, with a lower member of the roster is the kind of thing that gets you beat. As the case is proven here
Rating: C+ (68)

The announcers review matches 3 and 4: Stone Yoshikawa gets a much needed victory, giving himself some confidence as the HONOR Cup draws near. Then we see maybe the final insult of Raymond Diaz, as he is defeated by the Historical Japan champion, and the news is that Diaz is now quitting PGHW, maybe never to be seen in this ring again
Rating: D+ (52)

The announcers preview match 5: Nextwave gets a chance to test what level they are at, as they get an opportunity to face the team of Ryoma and Masaru who are gearing up for the HONOR Cup
Rating: C (60)

The announcers preview match 6: Seiji Jimbo finally gets to work with his favored (but not yet official) partner, Tanyu Toshusai, in a major match against the red-hot team of PRIDE Koiso & Kozue Kawashima. It would be a huge coup for the legacy kids to beat the team that just wiped the floor with the Glory Crown holders
Rating: B- (74)

The announce team previews the main event: The Glory Crown holders are teaming up, for this 6 man main event, with Crossed Wires still breathing down Yoshimi's neck, a win here could get Eisaku finally in line to face Yoshimi, or put their hat (or Team Energy's) into the Glory Tag Crown ring
Rating: B (78)



Ryoma Muruyama & Masaru Ugaki vs. Nextwave - Mashashi Urogataya & Haranobu Kobayashi
Masaru (5:33) via Ugaki Clutch on Mashashi
The young proteges of Danger Kumasaka show some real bite as a team, but they need much more seasoning. Tonight was a good first step though
Rating: B- (73)

Kozue Kawashima & PRIDE Koiso vs. Seiji Jimbo & Tanyu Toshusai
Kozue (15:27) via Kawashima Driver 2005 on Tanyu
Speaking of good steps, Seiji and Tanyu look very strong and do make Kozue and PRIDE gear up and face them. But once they force that level out of Kozue and PRIDE, the gap between the two teams becomes clear as day
Rating: B (78)


PRIDE Kozue celebrate and tell Seiji and Tanyu that they'll see them in a few years when they're ready, as the young duo walks out
Rating: B (79)


Yoshimi Mushashibo & KitoGuchi - Chojiro Kitoaji & Bussho Makiguchi vs. Noriyori Sanda & Kurosuwaiyā - Eisaku Kunomasu & Tetsunori Yasuda
Yoshimi (12:48) via Yoshimi Lock on Sanda
Kunomasu & Yasuda make progress as they last long enough to not take the fall, and have KitoGuchi in trouble for stretches, but the weak link in this match proved to be Sanda, who wilted under the pressure of the Strength of the World
Rating: B+ (85)


Yoshimi & KitoGuchi celebrate after the match with Crossed Wires warning Yoshimi that HE is the one running out of time because Kunomasu will reach him, soon
Rating: C+ (68)


Final Rating: B (81)
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Re: A Story of Pride, Glory, Honor (TEW 2013 Simulation)

Post by GooberBM » Sat Feb 07, 2015 7:30 am

Pride Glory Honor Wrestling Presents Road to HONOUR
Monday Week 4 July 2013 - Tochigi Sports Stadium (Kanto) Attendance: 10000


Pre-Show Match: Pre-Show Match: Bussho Makiguchi vs. Fujio Narahashi
Bussho (4:55) via Blazing Elbow
Rating: C (65)

The announce team of Keiji Takeda, Sosa Morri & Sadaharu Jimbo open the show for the audience focusing on Yoshimi Mushashibo taking Akinori Kwakami as his partner in the main event to face Crossed Wires
Rating: B (79)


Art Reed, Team Toronto - Alexander Robinson & Lee Bennett, KC Glenn & Greg Gauge vs. Stone Torch - Stone Yoshikawa & Torch Nakazawa, Shiba Mizoguchi, Tsurayuki Kamachi & Lion Genji
Reed (6:13) via Hangtime Moonsault on Lion
Rating: C (61)

Chojiro Kitoaji vs. Hito Suzuki
Chojiro (8:01) via Kitoaji Lariat
Rating: B- (76)

Bryan Holmes & William Hayes vs. Nextwave - Mushashi Urogataya & Haranobu Kobayashi
Holmes (7:28) via Cyclone Shock Kick on Haranobu
Rating: C+ (68)

Ryoma Muruyama & Masaru Ugaki vs. Simon Flemmingway & Noriyori Sanda
Masaru (14:32) via Ugaki Clutch on Simon
Rating: B (80)



Intermission

The announcers review matches 2 and 3: Chojiro and Suzuki have a surprising barn burner with Suzuki proving his worth on the roster, but the Glory Tag Crown co-holder is able to beat him as he continues his preparations for the HONOR Cup. Meanwhile, Holmes & Hayes handle Nextwave with relative ease and keep their trajectory going upward for the tournament
Rating: C (63)

The announcers review match 4: Two HONOR Cup entrants against two non-entrants...sensing a pattern here yet?
Rating: B- (76)

The announcers preview match 5: Eien Miyamoto has a golden ticket to the HONOR Cup, but coming off the biggest win of his PGHW career he wants to settle all of the accounts he has with the men that wish to challenge for his Historical Japan title, so he will face SATO, Tanyu Toshusai & Totoya Munakata in a 4-Way match, and when he beats all three of them at the same time, there will be no questioning his deserving right to be in the HONOR Cup
Rating: C- (58)

The announcers preview match 6: Kozue Kawashima & PRIDE Koiso face off with Seiji Jimbo and Kazuhige Matsuki in an HONOR Cup prelude match
Rating: B (78)

The announce team previews the main event: The hubris of Yoshimi Mushashibo is growing larger by the day, as he doesn't even feel he needs the support of his regular tag partner, Shuji Inukai to repel the challenge of Eisaku Kunomasu anymore and will take on Akinori Kwakami as his partner to beat Crossed Wires
Rating: B+ (88)



Historical Japan Title Match: Eien Miyamoto (28th Champion) vs. SATO (Challenger) vs. Tanyu Toshusai (Challenger) vs. Totoya Munakata (Challenger)
Seventh Defense
Tanyu (10:10) via Dangerous Brainbuster on SATO
In a shocker, the Historical Japan Champion falls on his seventh defense, without factoring in the fall. The trio ganged up on Eien whenever he threatened to be involved in the match and Tanyu was able to take advantage of the extended focus on Eien, by dumping Totoya out of the ring and hitting the Dangerous Brainbuster on SATO to become the 29th Generation Historical Japan Champion
Rating: C+ (66)


Kozue and PRIDE, then Seiji & Matsuki come to the ring for their match
Rating: B+ (83)


Kozue Kawashima & PRIDE Koiso vs. Seiji Jimbo & Kazuhige Matsuki
Kozue (12:11) via Kawashima Driver 2005 on Seiji
This one goes pretty much the way you'd expect it. Seiji and Matsuki are growing talents, but they're not on the same level, either individually or as a unit, as Kozue or PRIDE
Rating: B (81)

Yoshimi Mushashibo & Akinori Kwakami vs. Kurosuwaiyā - Eisaku Kunomasu & Tetsunori Yasuda
Eisaku (13:39) via Kunomasu Vice on Akinori
The crowd grows behind Kunomasu, the more that Yoshimi tries to discredit him as a challenger, and the wave becomes so big that Kunomasu is finally able to start to focus his desire to face Yoshimi positively and he finally gains a measure of momentum, by making Akinori tap out to the Kunomasu Vice
Rating: A* (95)


Eisaku makes it clear that he will challenge Yoshimi for the Glory Crown, and if he only has one more chance to make that happen, Yoshimi better beware because he will make it happen
Rating: B- (74)


Final Rating: B+ (88)
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Re: A Story of Pride, Glory, Honor (TEW 2013 Simulation)

Post by GooberBM » Sat Feb 07, 2015 8:01 am

Pride Glory Honor Wrestling Presents Road to HONOUR
Thursday Week 4 July 2013 - Nagoya Sports Stadium (Chubu) Attendance: 8311


Pre-Show Match: Pre-Show Match: Danger Kumasaka, Hito Suzuki, Fujio Narahashi & Nextwave - Mashashi Urogataya & Haranobu Kobayashi vs. Team Toronto - Lee Bennett & Alexander Robinson, Greg Gauge, KC Glenn, & Lion Genji
Haranobu (8:09) via Kobayashi Plunge on Lion
Rating: C- (58)

The announce team of Keiji Takeda, Sosa Morri & Sadaharu Jimbo open the show for the audience focusing on Eisaku Kunomasu's last chance to beat Yoshimi Mushashibo and earn a Glory Crown Match
Rating: B (82)


Bryan Holmes & William Hayes vs. Tanyu Toshusai & Totoya Munakata
Holmes (5:03) via Final Impact on Totoya
Rating: C (65)

KitoGuchi - Chojiro Kitoaji & Bussho Makiguchi vs. Culture Clash - Acid II & Hiro Takimoto
Bussho (5:33) via Blazing Elbow on Hiro
Rating: B- (76)

Noriyori Sanda & Ryoma Muruyama vs. Art Reed & Hirokumi Saito
Ryoma (6:09) via Muruyama Launch on Art
Rating: B (78)

PRIDE Koiso & Stone Yoshikawa vs. Shuji Inukai & Mito Miwa
PRIDE (10:02) via Running Koiso Kutter on Miwa
Rating: B (80)



Intermission

The announcers review match 1: Holmes and Hayes make their final preparations for the HONOR Cup by handling the Historical Japan level opponents
Rating: C (63)

The announcers review match 2: Any rumors of KitoGuchi's demise are quite premature, as they do the damn thing with Culture clash and have a very solid match that they pull out
Rating: C+ (69)

The announcers review match 3: Ryoma Muruyama gets the showcase this time, and he makes it count, hitting the Muruyama Launch to get the victory
Rating: B- (76)

The announcers review match 4: In another HONOR Cup Prelude Match, PRIDE leads Stone to the watering hole and the duo shows good composure in beating First Generation legends, Shuji Inukai & Mito Miwa, giving Stone confidence in heading into his first round match with Miwa's partner, Akinori
Rating: B (82)

The announcers preview matches 5 and 6: Speaking of, Akinori gets a showcase match with SATO, to tune up for the HONOR Cup, while Eisaku gets his last chance to dance with Yoshimi, as they both will carry HONOR Cup partners they're not used to tagging with; Kunomasu gets the recent Historical Japan Champion Eien Miyamoto, while Yoshimi gets Kazuhige Matsuki
Rating: C+ (69)

The announce team previews the main event: The HONOR Cup will be the focus of the main event as this prelude match features the recent Glory Crown holder Kozue Kawashima and the man who carries the legacy of Hoshino Tetsunori Yasuda, facing off with the bloodline of PGHW Seiji Jimbo and and the protege of Yoshimi Mushashibo, Masaru Ugaki. This much Second (and Third) Generation firepower gets the opportunity to prove that it is truly the future of PGHW and that they can carry the company going foward
Rating: B+ (85)



Akinori Kwakami vs. SATO
Akinori (8:47) via Kwakami Painlock
SATO carries himself well but it's just not enough to get anywhere near close enough to win
Rating: B- (71)

Eisaku Kunomasu & Eien Miyamoto vs. Yoshimi Mushashibo & Kazuhige Matsuki
Eisaku (14:48) via Roll-Through Kunomasu Vice on Yoshimi
Kunomasu finally breaks through! He finally found the right mix of desperation and focus, and with Yoshimi's resolve weakening as the tour has gone on, Kunomasu knew he had the right opportunity, and this time, he doesn't fail to lock Yoshimi up and make him submit
Rating: B (77)


Getting the victory Yoshimi demanded of him, Eisaku formally challenges Yoshimi for the Glory Crown, knowing that Yoshimi's honor will not allow him to decline the challenge
Rating: B (80)


Kozue Kawashima & Tetsunori Yasuda vs. Seiji Jimbo & Masaru Ugaki
Yasuda (17:44) via Minilla Plunge on Masaru
The night turns out to be a nightmare for the lineage of Yoshimi as his pupil is the one to fall in the main event, with Yasuda taking the growth we've seen from him in the last month and putting it on full display, as he takes over this match down the stretch, much to Kozue's surprise
Rating: B (81)


Kozue and Yasuda hold the ring after the match and Yasuda speaks first. He has shouldered the brunt of the enmity of the roster and the fans because of Eisaku Hoshino but he's done that with pride because he understands what it means to people: Both what Hoshino did in this ring, and what happened to force him away from it. And Yasuda will not stand to see his mentor's legacy be tarnished, so he will restore it with his own strength. And he hoped to be able to work with Kozue to do that, as their mentors were the great Team Breakdown, but Kozue disrespects that history by teaming with PRIDE Koiso. So instead, Yasuda will not rest until he's beaten them both, and returned the Glory Crown where it belongs: Under the Legacy of Hoshino. Yasuda suggests Kozue not cross his path in the HONOR Cup because he won't like what he sees if he does.
Kozue stops Yasuda short and says after all of that he should hear what Kozue has to say:

1). A young boy like him needs to call him Kawashima-san!
2). Team Breakdown died the day Hoshino walked out on PGHW, and it is Yasuda's own weakness that keeps him clinging to a lost past. That time is over, the time of Hoshino is over, and nothing that Yasuda can do will resurrect that.
3). Yasuda doesn't have the strength to change the landscape but he is standing in the ring with the man that does. He may have lost the Glory Crown to Yoshimi, but that will not deter him, because Kozue is the man that will unite the Glory Crowns together. He will win the HONOR Cup, and regain his Glory Crown then he WILL team with PRIDE to win the Glory Tag Crown and become the man to hold the Triple Crown (the crowd loses their shit because no man has ever held the Triple Crown). And there will be nobody that can stand in his way because he is the man upon which the future of PGHW will forever rest!

The two men stand off with each other as we are reminded the HONOR Cup starts with the next show, as this one comes to a close
Rating: A* (100)


Final Rating: B+ (85)
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Re: A Story of Pride, Glory, Honor (TEW 2013 Simulation)

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

Post by GooberBM » Mon Feb 09, 2015 3:25 pm

Pride Glory Honor Wrestling Presents Road to HONOUR: The HONOR Cup - Round One
Monday Week 1 August 2013 - Fukuoka Athletics Stadium (Kyushu) Attendance: 7508

Pre-Show Match: Torch Nakazawa, Fujio Narahashi & Culture Clash - Acid II & Hiro Takimoto vs. Greg Gauge, KC Glenn, JOJI & Omezo Shikitei
Torch (9:19) via Boston Crab on Omezo
Rating: C- (57)
Pre-Show Angle: Announcers recap pre-show match
Rating: D+ (51)
Pre-Show Angle: Tetsunori Yasuda speaks
Rating: B- (74)

The announce team of Keiji Takeda, Sosa Morri & Sadaharu Jimbo open the show for the audience focusing on the showcase first round matches: Kozue Kawashima vs. Bussho Makiguchi, Tetsunori Yasuda vs. Kazuhige Matsuki and Seiji Jimbo vs. PRIDE Koiso in the main event
Rating: B (79)


HONOR Cup First Round Match: Chojiro Kitoaji vs. William Hayes
Chojiro (7:09) via Kitoaji Lariat
Rating: C+ (68)

HONOR Cup First Round Match: Mito Miwa vs. Eien Miyamoto
Eien (7:35) via STF
Rating: D+ (50)

HONOR Cup First Round Match: Masaru Ugaki vs. Shuji Inukai
Shuji (8:31) via Untouchable Lariat
Rating: C (64)

HONOR Cup First Round Match: Bryan Holmes vs. Ryoma Muruyama
Holmes (9:02) via Final Impact
Rating: B (80)

HONOR Cup First Round Match: Kozue Kawashima vs. Bussho Makiguchi
Kozue (13:59) via Kawashima Driver 2005
Rating: B (79)


Kawashima celebrates the win as the announcers note how strong he looked in victory
Rating: B+ (84)



Intermission

The announcers review matches 1 and 2: Chojiro Kitoaji starts the tournament off strong, by picking up the victory over William Hayes, while Eien Miyamoto makes waves by beating the legendary Mito Miwa to pick up the biggest win of his career, by far
Rating: C+ (68)

The announcers review match 3 and 4: Bryan Holmes picks up a workmanlike victory as he grinds Ryoma Muruyama down and puts him away with the Final Impact, then they talk about Shuji Inukai maintaining himself amongst the elite in PGHW by beating the growing youth Masaru Ugaki
Rating: B (80)

The announcers review match 5 and preview match 6: They reiterate Kozue's desire to win the Triple Crown, and how he's taken the first step, towards both, by beating a co-holder of the Glory Tag Crown, and then look at Eisaku Kunomasu, who has finally earned the right to challenge Yoshimi Mushashibo for the Glory Crown, and how he looks to keep that momentum going against Yoshimi
Rating: B+ (86)

The announcers preview matches 7 and 8: Stone Yoshikawa gets his first foray into the big time, as he faces a man trying to break through to that next level, in Akinori Kwakami. Then they talk about the semi-main event where Kazuhige Matuski is another young gun trying to find his place and make a move up the ladder, but is staring the growth of Tetsunori Yasuda in the face. Yasuda has made it very clear that he will not stand by and watch this generation get away from him, the way it did from his mentor, and his first step on that path is this match tonight
Rating: B- (73)

The announce team previews the main event: Seiji Jimbo gets the short straw, in facing a very focused PRIDE Koiso who is looking to break away from the rest of the pack in chasing down the Glory Crown. Seiji is very talented, and with a better draw could have really made noise, but can he overcome the wall in his way?
Rating: B+ (85)



Yoshimi Mushashibo, Danger Kumasaka & Nobuatsu Tatsuko vs. Eisaku Kunomasu & Team Toronto - Lee Bennett & Alexander Robinson
Eisaku (8:29) via Kunomasu Vice on Danger
Kunomasu does, in fact, continue his momentum and it has the Glory Crown Holder reeling
Rating: C+ (66)

HONOR Cup First Round Match: Stone Yoshikawa vs. Akinori Kwakami
Akinori (10:14) via Kwakami Painlock
Akinori looks very good in victory but Stone looks great in defeat, and shows that in time, he very well may find a regular spot in tournament fields
Rating: B- (72)

HONOR Cup First Round Match Tetsunori Yasuda vs. Kazuhige Matsuki
Yasuda (11:47) via Minilla Plunge
Yasuda and Matsuki don't bother holding back as both know the other man is out there with something prove. Matsuki's time surely will come but not at the expense of who is now being christened Kibō no Otoko - The Man of Hope, and Yasuda will carry that hope on to the next round
Rating: B+ (83)

HONOR Cup First Round Match: Seiji Jimbo vs. PRIDE Koiso
PRIDE (13:51) via Running Koiso Kutter
Seiji, it can be said, is close to the cusp of a breakthrough, but that breakthrough isn't going to be here, as PRIDE is too talented, too focused, and too seasoned to fall this early. He gets the job done and moves on to the second round
Rating: B+ (83)


PRIDE celebrates his win and swears that KoiShima will bring home the Triple Crown, one way or another, on his pride and honor, as the man who bears the PRIDE of PGHW
Rating: A* (100)


Final Rating: B+ (85)
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Pride Glory Honor Wrestling Presents Road to HONOUR: The HONOR Cup - Round One
Thursday Week 1 August 2013 - Iwakuni Stadium (Chugoku) Attendance: 7599

Pre-Show Match: Tanyu Toshusai & JOJI vs. Culture Clash - Acid II & Hiro Takimoto
Tanyu (6:50) via Dangerous Brainbuster on Acid
Rating: C- (55)

The announce team of Keiji Takeda, Sosa Morri & Sadaharu Jimbo open the show for the audience focusing on the two main event tag matches, featuring the 8 remaining men in the HONOR Cup Tournament
Rating: B (80)


Noriyori Sanda vs. Omezo Shikitei
Sanda (4:42) via backdrop hold
Rating: C+ (69)

Ryoma Muruyama, Masaru Ugaki, Kazuhige Matsuki & SATO vs. Art Reed, William Hayes, Simon Flemmingway & Hirokumi Saito
Masaru (8:46) via Ugaki Clutch on Simon
Rating: B (78)

Stone Torch - Stone Yoshikawa & Torch Nakazawa vs. Nextwave - Mashashi Urogataya & Haranobu Kobayashi
Stone (11:40) via Ankle Lock on Mashashi
Rating: C- (57)


Stone Torch celebrates their win after the match
Rating: C- (55)


Seiji Jimbo vs. Totoya Munakata
Seiji (7:51) via Seiji Ocean Lock
Rating: B- (71)



Intermission

The announcers review matches 1 and 2: Sanda picks up the victory over the young lion, while the team of Ryoma & Masaru carry things through their matchup and bring victory home
Rating: B- (75)

The announcers review match 3: Stone Torch continues building momentum up as a unit, beating Nextwave convincingly
Rating: C- (54)

The announcers review match 4 and preview match 5: Seiji Jimbo and Totoya Munakata have a spirited match to end the first half of the show, and while Totoya shows he has great potential, it's the polish of the Bloodline of PGHW that carries the day. They then preview the next match up where Yoshimi Mushashibo & Fujio Narahashi will take on fresh partners in Fujio Narahashi & Hito Suzuki respectively to continue their march to the Glory Crown match
Rating: B+ (84)

The announcers preview match 6: The first of the HONOR Cup prelude tag matches is next, as the focus is on the upper bracket where Kozue Kawashima will tag with Akinori Kwakami to face Bryan Holmes and Eien Miyamoto, who is hoping to to show he can belong with the upper echelon of the company
Rating: B+ (85)

The announce team previews the main event: The lower bracket match featuring Tetsunori Yasuda and Chojiro Kitoaji taking on PRIDE Koiso & Shuji Inukai. The rivalry between Yasuda and Shuji has been ongoing for months now and another chapter will likely be written in this match, but PRIDE and Chojiro have their own aspirations and will not look to be overshadowed
Rating: B- (76)



Yoshimi Mushashibo & Fujio Narahashi vs. Eisaku Kunomasu & Hito Suzuki
Yoshimi (10:13) via Yoshimi Lock on Hito
Yoshimi finally breaks the slide and gets a needed win to rebuild his confidence against Kunomasu
Rating: C- (56)

Kozue Kawashima & Akinori Kwakami vs. Bryan Holmes & Eien Miyamoto
Kozue (11:02) via Kawashima Driver 2005 on Eien
In the battle of the 4 remaining upper bracket competitors, Bryan and Akinori face off and mostly cancel out but it's Kozue and Eien that is the major mismatch, and Kozue takes care of business down the stetch
Rating: B (79)


Holmes looks smug as the ring attendants work on Eien, letting Kozue and Akinori know that it won't be him ending up like. It will be them
Rating: C+ (68)


Tetsunori Yasuda & Chojiro Kitoaji vs. Shuji Inukai & PRIDE Koiso
Shuji (15:53) via Untouchable Lariat on Chojiro
In the lower bracket matchup, it's Yasuda and PRIDE who go after each other, with Yasuda bringing special fire for the man who is the pupil of his mentor's hated rival. When Chojiro gets isolated with Shuji, the Unbreakable One proves to be just that and shows Chojiro the power of his lariat
Rating: B (82)


PRIDE and Shuji celebrate, though it is tempered by the fact that they very well may have to face each other soon. Shuji and PRIDE both look forward to it, and Shuji relinquishes the ring to PRIDE, who reiterates that KoiShima will dominate PGHW and one of them will hold the Triple Crown. The announcers tell us the next show will be feature the second round matches in the HONOR Cup and PRIDE celebrates as the show comes to an end
Rating: A (91)


Final Rating: B (82)[/quote]
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Post by Greg_McNeish » Tue Feb 10, 2015 10:56 am

Poor Mito Miwa.
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Post by GooberBM » Tue Feb 10, 2015 2:45 pm

Yeah it's hard to say he hasn't fallen really hard. Poor guy
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Pride Glory Honor Wrestling Presents Road to HONOUR: The HONOR Cup - Round Two
Monday Week 2 August 2013 - Kochi Stadium (Shikoku) Attendance: 5000

Pre-Show Match: Shiba Mizoguchi & Tsurayuki Kmaachi vs. KC Glenn & Greg Gauge
Shiba (8:35) via Raised Crab on Gauge
Rating: C+ (66)

Stone Torch - Stone Yoshikawa & Torch Nakizawa & Hito Suzuki vs. Art Reed & Nextwave - Mashashi Urogataya & Haranobu Kobayashi
Stone (6:59) via Ankle Lock on Haranobu
Rating: B- (71)

Seiji Jimbo, Tanyu Toshusai & Fuji Narahashi vs. Noriyori Sanda & Culture Clash - Acid II & Hiro Takimoto
Seiji (8:31) via Seiji Ocean Lock on Hiro
Rating: C (63)

Yoshimi Muhashibo, Hirokumi Saito & Simon Flemmingway vs. Eisaku Kunomasu, SATO & Totoya Munakata
Eisaku (11:07) via Kunomasu Vice on Simon
Rating: B (79)



Intermission

The announcers review match 1: Stone Torch are the driving force for their side picking up the victory in the six man match
Rating: C (60)

The announcers review match 2: Seiji Jimbo and Tanyu Toshusai seem to be getting closer to coming together as a unit, as they work well with Fujio to beat Noriyori Sanda and Culture Clash
Rating: C+ (66)

The announcers review match 3: Kunomasu pulls another victory over Yoshimi, in the last prelude match before their Glory Crown clash, which will headline the HONOR Cup Finals event
Rating: B- (72)

The announcers preview match 4 & 5: The HONOR Cup match between Yasuda and Shuji will be first up, with the two of them looking to finally put their rivalry to rest and continue on the path to earning a Glory Crown shot. Then you have Akinori Kwakami facing Bryan Holmes in what should be a very physical affair, as Holmes looks to really establish himself as the top foreigner on the roster while Kwakami wants to establish himself on that upper tier himself
Rating: B+ (84)

The announce team previews the main events: Kozue Kawashima faces Eien Miyamoto in the semi-main event, with Kozue's attempt to ascend right back to the Glory Crown meeting up with rising talent Miyamoto who has everything to gain and nothing to lose in this match. The main event has Chojiro Kitoaji facing PRIDE Koiso with storylines abound: PRIDE and Kozue have set their sights on the Triple Crown, and while both are alive in the HONOR Cup tournament, they are also lined up to take on KitoGuchi as they have beaten them in tag matches and Kozue holds a single victory over Bussho in the HONOR Cup. Chojiro has a lot of pride on the line, and is facing the man who carries PRIDE in his name and carries the pride of PGHW in himself. It will be a match that show who's pride carries more weight
Rating: B+ (85)



HONOR Cup Second Round Match: Tetsunori Yasuda vs. Shuji Inukai
Yasuda (7:28) via Minilla Plunge
Yasuda carries another singles victory over Shuji and rising momentum and confidence into the HONOR Cup semifinals
Rating: B- (76)

HONOR Cup Second Round Match: Akinori Kwakami vs. Bryan Holmes
Akinori (7:35) via Kwakami Painlock
Holmes takes control from the outset, trying to overwhelm and blow Akinori out of the water straight away, but Akinori stays composed and Holmes allows himself to succumb to his frustrations and that opens the door to Akinori to pull off the upset
Rating: B (78)


Akinori celebrates and he is definitely looking to be a dark horse going to the final day of the tournament
Rating: B- (74)


HONOR Cup Second Round Match: Kozue Kawashima vs. Eien Miyamoto
Kozue (11:50) via Kawashima Driver 2005
Eien Miyamoto has a real breakout performance going toe-to-toe with the most recent Glory Crown holder and it is a very impressive showing. But we do know what was going to happen here at the end, and it did just that
Rating: B+ (83)

HONOR Cup Second Round Match: Chojiro Kitoaji vs. PRIDE Koiso
PRIDE (16:30) via Running Koiso Kutter
Chojiro fought with the pride of a Kitoaji, the pride of a Glory Tag Crown holder, and the pride of man who doesn't want to take one more loss at the hands of KoiShima...but PRIDE is coming from a different level and his desire and skill is just too much for Chojiro
Rating: B- (75)


PRIDE Koiso speaks to the crowd after the match and tells them that KoiShima will accept nothing less than total domination of the PGHW landscape. They acknowledge the fight of KitoGuchi but when their turn comes, the Glory Tag Crown Holders will fall.
PRIDE appreciates the challenge of a young rising star like Akinori Kwakami, but this is not his time and he will fall to Kozue.
And come the finals of the HONOR Cup (the crowd starts to stir as they realize PRIDE refuses to acknowledge his semifinal opponent), KoiShima will battle, at their full strength, to produce the challenger to the Glory Crown that will begin their rise to own everything. And he vows to be that man that stands at the end, on his honor, as the man who bears the PRIDE of PGHW
Rating: A (92)


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

Post by GooberBM » Tue Feb 10, 2015 3:46 pm

Pride Glory Honor Wrestling Presents The HONOR Cup: Finals

PGHW is proud to announce the full card for the next major show on the calendar, The HONOR Cup: Finals, scheduled for Thursday Week 2 August

(0) Special Tag Match: Stone Torch - Stone Yoshikawa & Torch Nakizawa vs. KC Glenn & Greg Gauge
(1) 8 Man Tag Match: Shiba Mizoguchi, Tsurayuki Kamachi & Culture Clash - Acid II & Hiro Takimoto vs. Fujio Narahashi, Omezo Shikitei & Nextwave - Mashashi Urogataya & Haranobu Kobayashi
(2) Speical Tag Match: Team Energy - Nobuatsu Tatsuko & Noriyori Sanda vs. Eien Miyamoto & SATO
(3) Special Tag Match: Bryan Holmes & William Hayes vs. Mito Miwa & Kazuhige Matsuki
(4) HONOR Cup Semifinal Match: Tetsunori Yasuda vs. PRIDE Koiso
(5) HONOR Cup Semifinal Match: Kozue Kawashima vs. Akinori Kwakami
(6) 6 Man Tag Match: Seiji Jimbo & KitoGuchi - Choijiro Kitoaji & Bussho Makiguchi vs. Masaru Ugaki, Ryoma Muruyama & Totoya Munakata
(7) Historical Japan Title Match: Tanyu Toshusai (29th Champion) vs. Hito Suzuki (Challenger)
First Defense
(8) HONOR Cup Final Match
(9) Glory Crown Match: Yoshimi Mushashibo (18th Champion) vs. Eisaku Kunomasu (Challenger)
First Defense
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