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Kensuke Office Battle Station 2/14/10 Take The Dream 2010 in Korakuen taped 2/11/10 Tokyo Korakuen Hall
-2hr. Q=reception problems


Catfish Man #1 & Catfish Man #2 vs. Kentaro Shiga & CHANGO 3:33 of 9:31

Takashi Okita Return Match: Takashi Okita vs. Takeshi Minamino 9:24

Ultimo Dragon vs. Satoshi Kajiwara 7:59 of 10:21

Yutaka Yoshie & Bear Fukuda & Go vs. Takeshi Morishima & Kento Miyahara & Hajime Ohara 15:23 of 18:21

Naomichi Marufuji vs. Katsuhiko Nakajima 29:04

Big Murakami Return Match: Kensuke Sasaki vs. Big Murakami (Kazunari Murakami) 9:18

Kensuke Office Battle Station 5/22/10 Take The Dream 2010 in Koriyama taped 5/9/10 Koriyama-shi Sogo Taiikukan
-2hr. Q=Perfect

Jun Nishikawa Debut Match: Bear Fukuda vs. Jun Nishikawa 7:23

Kikutaro & Namazu Man vs. CHANGO & Go 13:02

Kazunari Murakami & Takeshi Minamino & Manjimaru vs. Junji Izumida & Taishi Takizawa & Satoshi Kajiwara 15:04

Yutaka Yoshie vs. Takashi Okita 14:09

Kensuke Sasaki & Kento Miyahara vs. Jun Akiyama & Makoto Hashi 19:33

Kensuke Office Battle Station 11/2/10 Take The Dream 2010 in Osaka taped 10/16/10 Osaka Furitsu Taiikukaikan 2
-2hr. Q=Perfect

Yutaka Yoshie vs. Jun Nishikawa

Kikutaro & Namazu Man vs. Kuishinbo Kamen & Takoyakida

Takashi Okita & Satoshi Kajiwara vs. Bear Fukuda & Go

Big Murakami vs. Kento Miyahara

Kensuke Sasaki & Katsuhiko Nakajima vs. Takashi Sugiura & Atsushi Aoki 24:24. Sasaki & Sugiura fired up for the expected brutal war. They worked a lot more than I expected, and neither was willing to back down, so it was pretty intense. Still, it was pretty clear that Sugiura was the angrier more blistering beast, and I was very impressed by the way he was just laying into everyone. It would have been nice if he could have combined that with any sort of offense beyond strikes, but I guess you can't have everything and I certainly prefer the new savage Sugiura to the old one who did a few slams but was only imtimidating on occasion. Sasaki was typically clumsy in points and the extra weight isn't helping him, but this is what he does well, and he was working hard with opponents who were into doing his thing, so it was among the best of his recent matches. Aoki was the weak link because his strikes were so feeble compared to the others. Granted he did his best to avoid trying to be something he isn't, but even though his technical and action oriented work with Nakajima was good, he wasn't enough of a change of pace to make up for it. It was still a nice match with Aoki, but if you added the typical Nakajima vs. Mochizuki stuff to what Sasaki & Sugiura were doing it would have been an excellent match for sure. ***1/2

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