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NOAH: The First Navigation 2015


Pro Wrestling NOAH: The First Navigation 2015
February 4, 2015
Tokyo, Japan
Korakuen Hall

The current NOAH champs are as follows:
GHC Heavyweight Champion: Naomichi Marufuji (7/5/2014)
GHC Tag Team Champions: Mikey Nicholls & Shane Haste (1/10/2015)
GHC Jr. Heavyweight Champion: Atsushi Kotoge (12/6/2014)
GHC Jr. Heavyweight Tag Team Champions: Hajime Ohara & Kenou (10/12/2014)

I don’t know who the hosts are. Does it really matter? I speak English. The building is about 60-70% full with everybody spread out in the stadium seats.
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ROH Glory by Honor 7!

I’ve been a wrestling fan as far as I can have memories (which is like three years old and I’m 22 – my memory wasn’t erased at 16 or anything – MEN IN BLACK~!) and I’ve been to WWF Survivor Series 2001, TV tapings, Nitro, and enough Saturday night indy feds in North Carolina to make me hate indy feds in North Carolina and I have never been in such a great wrestling atmosphere. The best wrestling experience of my life was Glory by Honor 7. The crowd was incredibly hot and into everything that happened, which also included a great card. Plus, you add in the prestige and history of being in the old ECW arena for a wrestling show and you’ve got enough to make for an amazing evening. The people there were so open and you felt apart of the show and I liked that. It seems hard to find that these days in wrestling.

– Jerry Lynn vs. Kenny King: Good opener. I had never seen Kenny King before. He’s like 2005 Shelton Benjamin with a dash of charisma. Lynn still looks good in the ring and the Philly crowd made sure to give him a warm welcome. I think they owed him that since I had heard he wasn’t too impressed with the ROH crowd. Lynn wins with the Cradle Piledriver. ** 1/2 Read the rest of this entry

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