Listen to Major League Wrestling’s latest Talking Show with The Phenomenal Hoot AJ Styles along with IndyTaker and Corporate Kane (The Young Bucks) reunite with the Good Brothers to talk a little shop including…
-The Bullet Club address Bully Ray’s promo from Bound for Glory-ski
-Young Bucks working whack TNA gimmick matches
-Tiger Hattori-ski gets ribbed by Mr Perfect Curt Hennig
-How much does Karl miss Fergal Devitt
-The heat between Karl and his son escalates
-Food on the road
-Fake Kane’s gear not fitting right
-THE Johnny Davis chimes in with a question
-Kenny Omega coming to New Japan. Find out when!
-Calling it in the ring!
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It’s time again for a new playlist. And well, this is the time! In this weeks edition of the playlist entitled “The 4410.” We are featuring Amazing Red! The former TNA X-Division Champion and ROH Tag Team Champion.
Why have we chosen Amazing Red? Well it’s quite simple, we just saw him this past weekend and it was our first time seeing Red in such a long time. In fact that’s why we’re calling this “The 4410” because that’s how many days it’s been since I’ve last seen him wrestle live.
Yep, that is a lot of days. How many days ago was that actually? Well, a lot. We’ll have to go back to 2002 to get a little closer. In fact it’d have to be September 21st. Yep, October 18th, 2014 to September 21st, 2002. That’s where we counted. Or at least hopefully counted right.
We saw him wrestle Jay Briscoe at ROH’s Unscripted event in South Philly at the Murphy Rec. And due to not being able to find the match anywhere but some foreign website we’ll link yeah to that. And sadly, it won’t be in The 4410.
But don’t be sad, there’s still tons of great Amazing Red clips on the YouTube. So check them out and say hey thanks Red!
At NJPW’s King Of Pro-Wrestling show the Bullet Club comprised of Bad Luck Fale, Doc Gallows, Karl Anderosn, Tama Tonga, The Young Bucks, Yujiro Takahashi and AJ Styles were all set to wrestle. Some in tag matches and others defending their titles.
AJ Styles defended his IWGP Heavyweight Championship and Takahashi as well defended his NEVER Openweight Championship. Setting up small chance that some how the Bullet Club would lose it’s two top single titles.
While The Young Bucks challenged the Time Splitters, the team of Alex Shelley and Kushida for the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship. However it was a three way match for the titles as Forever Hooligans of Alex Koslov and Rocky Romero were also involved. But sadly the hottest tag team in the business today just couldn’t pull off the victory and failed to win.
As for Bad Luck Fale, Doc Dallows, Karl Anderson and Tama Tonga they were set to face off against Kota Ibushi, Togi Makabe, Tomoaki Honma, Yuji Nagata in a eight man tag match. Yes, that’s former WCW superstar Yuji Nagata. And well, his WCW fame was just too much for the Bullet Club members as they lost the opening match of the night.
This just left the two champions left to over come victory and well, we previously reported at AJ Styles lost the IWGP Heavyweight Championshp to Hiroshi Tanahashi. So this ultimately just left Takahashi and his NEVER Openweight Championship match against Tomohiro Ishii.
Ishii, who was described as Dave Meltzer as the “probably [one of the] most underrated guys in the business.” Ishii was looking to recapture the title for the second time and after a nearly 18 minute match he was successful. Thus sending another Bullet Club member to lose.
As it would finally end the Bullet Club had a total of 4 matches at King Of Pro-Wrestling and ended up losing each and every one of them. Going 0 and 4. What does this mean for the Bullet Club? Will they blame each other or will they blame the returning Jeff Jarrett?
At King of Pro-Wrestling, Naofumi Yamamoto returned to New Japan, attacking Jeff Jarrett when he interfered in the main event match and, in doing so, helped Hiroshi Tanahashi defeat AJ Styles for the IWGP Heavyweight Championship.
Yamamoto is best known to American wrestling fans as being Yoshi Tatsu. Where he performed for WWE’s shows from 2007 till his release on June 12th.
What will Yamamoto’s return to New Japan bring? Will he feud with AJ Styles and the Bullet Club?
It’s time again to forget about that other wrestling network and check out why the Indy Network is supreme. We present to you Why Aren’t You Watching!?
Featuring 12 matches including Austin Aries vs Ricochet, Dr. Cube, Dick Justice, Harry Smith, The Fiancee Mike Bennett and many many more!