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PostPostao/la Melloo » 30 svi 2018, 23:49

Covjek koji dize kompaniju iz mrtvih
Top 5 wrestler svijeta sa samo 29 godina
Hiroshi Tanahashi naseg doba

Najbolji wrestler o kojem nismo imali temu.
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PostPostao/la Sherpa » 30 svi 2018, 23:52

možda zvuči čudno, ali njega nisam imao priliku gledati
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PostPostao/la Melloo » 30 svi 2018, 23:55

Sherpa je napisao/la:Source of the post možda zvuči čudno, ali njega nisam imao priliku gledati

imao je 2 super meca sa Marafujiem zadnjih mjesec dana, mozes poceti od toga

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PostPostao/la Melloo » 02 svi 2019, 12:25

Kento Miyahara, who is an old school sort of way, may be the best worker in the business right now, captured the All Japan Champion Carnival tournament by beating Jake Lee in the finals before a sellout of 1,698 fans at Korakuen Hall in Tokyo.

There are a few things about Miyahara. The key to his game is that he’s an incredible seller. He sells in a way that engages the audience and his pacing is brilliant. More than any wrestler, he has the ability to make a 30 minute match feel like it’s maybe 18 minutes. While most considered Kenny Omega vs. Hiroshi Tanahashi to be the best match of the first week of the year in Japan, Miyahara’s title defense against Kai was right up there with anything else at the Tokyo Dome or the rest of that week. Omega vs. Tanahashi felt like a long match and was filled with spectacular moves. Miyahara, on the other hand, does all kinds of little things, very much like a Tanahashi, but with the exception of some of his head-butts, and granted that’s one of the worst moves for someone considered safe, ultimately he works matches with no spectacular high spots or big moves, dangerous spots or shows the kind of incredible athletic ability like an Okada or an Omega or an Ospreay.

It’s a style that dates back decades, and the uniqueness of his ability to feel like he’s time speeding (something everyone remarks about who sees him live and was the key thing talked about by Americans at the 1/3 show) is hard to explain. His offense is basic with chops, kicks and suplexes, the latter not overdone. He is able, in 2019, to make one engaged to a match as an athletic contest and pro wrestling style fight, as opposed to worked MMA, athletic spectacle or still style match. He’s very different from Tomohiro Ishii, but seems to kind of mix some of what makes Ishii good as far as making it a fight with the Tanahashi style of making every movement mean something.

In a sense, it’s the more you see him, the more you appreciate. As a live performer and company ace, he has the Tanahashi feel. He doesn’t have the star look of a Tanahashi, or even the cool moves Tanahashi was throwing in until recently when he’s had to adapt and change due to injuries.

He’s also a great show closer. I can’t speak for his promos given the language issue, but the reaction to his promos at the end of the show is similar to Tanahashi or, in the 90s, Atsushi Onita, where the promo also gets the incredible reaction.

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