Pro Wrestling NOAH was once a proud wrestling promotion in Japan. They never really recovered though after the in-ring death of Mitsuharu Misawa though and have been in a decline ever since. They are now being run by the red-hot NJPW, and the Suzuki-gun stable from NJPW has been doing a hostile-takeover of the product.
With all that said, it’s time to drum up some excitement for NOAH. What better way to do that than with poetry, by
legendary artist, TJ Hawke.
Note from Tom: Heya, I’m back. Once again, Ilyass is the only true legendary artist round these parts. Regardless of all that though, TJ tried another poem. Frankly, it’s no better than the first. I understand it’s important to be supportive but we really should draw a line at some point, you know? Anyway, sorry about this.
The next match looked at is Zack Sabre Jr. vs. Katsuhiko Nakajima
Sabre Junior loves the beer.
Doesn’t mind when women leer.
Nakajima kicks him in the head.
But he’s boring like The Walking Dead.
Booing Zack is strange behavior.
He should be NOAH’s savior.
Nakajima was the winner.
The booker, Jado, is a sinner.
Match had no flipping, back rakes.
That’s why it’s only three flakes.