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UWF-I Pro-Wrestling Sekai Heavykyu Senshukenjiai Super Vader vs. Gary Albright Commercial Tape 1/16/95 Tokyo Nippon Budokan
-2hr 15min. Q=VG/Ex. 2 DVDs

Standing Bout: Goon Yutacyai (?) vs. Rodney Blockfield

Hiromitsu Kanehara vs. Kenichi Yamamoto. Kanehara absolutely destroys Yamamoto in standup. Enjoyable, but just too quick and onesided to be that great of a match. *1/2

Tom Burton vs. Yoshihiro Takayama. *

Tatsuo Nakano vs. Bad News Allen. 1/4*

Yoji Anjo & Masahito Kakihara vs. Naoki Sano & Kazushi Sakuraba. Good action here. Much faster paced than the previous bouts, just constant movement. Kakihara was, not surprisingly, the best of the bunch. ***1/2

Kiyoshi Tamura vs. Jean Lydick. Excellent technical match, but it just kind of ended about 5 minutes sooner than I wanted it to. ***1/2

Nobuhiko Takada & Billy Scott vs. Kazuo Yamazaki & James Stone (Little Guido). Don't blink.

Pro Wrestling Sekai Heavykyu Senshukenjiai: Super Vader vs. Gary Albright. As is usually the case when two monsters collide, the match isn't too good because you realize just how important their smaller opponents are when it comes to taking the big bumps to get them over and make their matches work. They did some brawling and some wrestling, but their size negated each other so they never wound up delivering most of the big moves they teased. Adequate, but hardly the quality you expect from a "dream match." **

UWF-I SAKIGAKE Nobuhiko Takada vs. Kazuo Yamazaki, Kiyoshi Tamura vs. Masahito Kakihara Commercial Tape 2/18/95 Tokyo Bay NK Hall
-1hr 25min. Q=Master

Tatsuo Nakano vs. Kenichi Yamamoto

Thomas Burton vs. Hiromitsu Kanehara

Yoshihiro Takayama vs. James Stone

Kazushi Sakuraba vs. Yoji Anjo

Billy Scott vs. Yuko Miyato

Gene Lydick vs. Yuko Miyato

Kiyoshi Tamura vs. Masahito Kakihara

Nobuhiko Takada vs. Kazuo Yamazaki

UWF-I Pro-Wrestling Heavykyu Senshukenjiai Super Vader vs. Nobuhiko Takada 4/20/95 Nagoya Sogo Taiikukan Rainbow Hall
-2hr 15min. Q=Master. 2 DVDs

Kenichi Yamamoto vs. Thomas Burton. Kind of a dull match. Burton didn't give the young punk much respect, which I kind of liked Yamamoto always struck me as a guy who thought he was the shit even though he'd almost never done anything of note. Burton didn't have to use his best moves to win this one, which obviously didn't help. *1/4

Hiromitsu Kanehara vs. James Stone (Little Guido). Kind of short and one-sided, but Kanehara always puts on a good show. The mat work was impressive, but Stone's overexaggerated selling hurt the standup segments a good deal. **1/4

Yuko Miyato vs. Jean Lydick. Lydick is a lot bigger and the better wrestler. It was short and he controlled the whole match. Disappointing. *1/2

Yoji Anjo vs. Tatsuo Nakano. These guys have fought so many times over the years and generally their matches are good, but this one didn't go anywhere. Essentially nothing happened but then there were a few strikes and a submission out of nowhere.

Kiyoshi Tamura & Kazushi Sakuraba vs. Kazuo Yamazaki & Yoshihiro Takayama. Good technical match. It was one of those matches though where things are well done, but there aren't a lot of highlights. Nobody really stepped up their game. Even Takayama didn't look bad with these guys though. **1/2

Masahito Kakihara vs. Naoki Sano. Smart match. It was always interesting, but they didn't have to take much abuse. They did a lot of striking, particularly Kakihara, but they were blocking most everything. It wasn't just standup though, there was also nice movement on the mat. ***

Gary Albright vs. Billy Scott. Albright kept Scott in his clutches and threw him around when it could. This made the match alright to watch even though it was totally one-sided. The match was designed to rebuild Albright for his next big job (to Kakihara), and it succeeded well enough in that regard although the problem is it's not like anyone would think Scott could take Albright. Scott is way too small to wrestle with Albright and doesn't have the standup skills to do much there even though that's also a weakness of Albright's. *1/2

Pro-Wrestling Heavykyu Senshukenjiai: Super Vader vs. Nobuhiko Takada. This wasn't as good as their 8/18/94 match, but it was smarter and also great. Takada used his speed & mobility to stay out of Vader's clutches and get his shots in when he could. He focused his attack on the left side of Vader's body. In particular, he used low kicks to Vader's left leg to chop him down like a tree. The strategy was simply, take away his power by relegating his base useless and go right for the udehishigigyakujujigatame when the giant crumbled to the canvas. On the other hand, Vader tried to cut off the ring. He wanted to grab Takada or push him back into the ropes/corner where he could manhandle him. Again, this wasn't a true UWF-I match, but Vader comes off so big and strong that his massive chokeslams and powerbombs aren't too unbelievable. Once again, the match was extremely high impact. Takada did a very good job of bumping for Vader, while Vader was impressive putting over the damage of Takada's low kicks. The match was all action, but the psychology was excellent in part because they did a match that maximized the abilities of both performers. The Vader vs. Takada series is one of the big reasons I always felt that UWF-I title matches were the best when it came to aura. They always had a great pre match, but they way the guys fought and intensity they brought always made the title seem so coveted. Vader showed his respect for the title and the legends that believed in it before the match, but at the same time he never considered doing anything less than whatever it was going to take to beat his opponent and keep the title. In a way, his cheating almost showed a respect for the belt and his opponent because in a match of lesser magnitude he would simply run over a poor sap without having to resort to any shortcuts. My only problem with this match was the finish. The KO blow just wasn't very credible. I wish Vader got back up and they did a little more before going back to the same or a similar strike for the finish. It was a very anticlimactic way to end such a quality series, but I guess it was fitting of the way things were going for UWF-I at the time. ****1/2

UWF-I SAKIGAKE Nobuhiko Takada vs. Joe Malenko, Gary Albright vs. Masahito Kakihara Commercial Tape 5/17/95 Osaka Furitsu Taiikukaikan
-2hr 20min. Q=Master. 2 DVDs

Kenichi Yamamoto vs. James Stone. Decent opener. Yamamoto actually showed some potential even though he tended to get out of control. He got Stone really good with an errant spinning high kick. His enzuigiri was nice. Stone's selling was too exaggerated for this style. *3/4

Hiromitsu Kanehara & Tom Burton vs. Yoshihiro Takayama & Kazushi Sakuraba. Kanehara & Sakuraba worked well together as expected. Kanehara only did striking with Takayama, so it was passable. Takayama did decently throwing knees, but couldn't do anything else right. Burton was solid. **1/2

Tatsuo Nakano vs. Jean Lydick. I thought this could be good, but they didn't work well together and the match was lifeless. Lydick looked pretty good except when he had to fall to the mat. Nakano wasn't particularly giving, so the match never turned into anything. *1/2

Naoki Sano & Billy Scott vs. Yoji Anjo & Yuko Miyato. More spectacular than the previous matches, largely due to Anjo. It wasn't as realistic, but when it comes to UWF-I excitement over realism is a tradeoff that you don't mind. Scott was a kicking bag, especially for Anjo. Sano's team was getting slaughted early due to Scott, but it wound up going down to the wire. Lots of nice kicks and suplexes. Everyone did a good job. ***1/4

Kazuo Yamazaki vs. Kiyoshi Tamura. Tamura's execution was easily the best on this show. He brought a precision and intensity that was peerless. They showed a lot of respect for their opponent's abilities, so neither man rushed into anything. The match was technically excellent, but very much toward the realistic side so there were barely any UWF-I highspots. The match was good and the best on the show, but I expected something more dramatic. ***1/4

Gary Albright vs. Masahito Kakihara. Albright neutralized Kakihara's kicks by grabbing him immediately and only releasing after he'd driven him into the mat with a suplex. With his amateur background, Albright had little problem outwrestling Kakihara. Kakihara did a great enzuigiri just after 10, but Albright charged right at him as soon as he got up and used knees to set up a suplex that almost knocked Kakihara out and left him down to his last point. With Kakihara still reeling, Albright charged in and tried to do the same thing, but this time Kakihara turned the German suplex into a kneebar for the submission. The win showed Kakihara's resourcefulness and set him up for the big main event with Takada, while keeping Albright strong by having him dominate the whole match. Too bad they waited until the promotion was almost dead to build a new native up to the point where he could have a big match with Takada, and did it in a fashion where it seemed like his only chance against Takada was a fluke. ***

Nobuhiko Takada vs. Joe Malenko. I don't know what these guys were thinking, but for some reason this was all on the mat. In over 21 minutes we didn't see one strike land in standup. Instead, one guy would lay on top and work over the arm. The match wasn't technically bad, but it was pretty damn boring. *1/2

THE UWF Spirits Nobuhiko Takada vs. Masahito Kakihara, Gary Albright vs. Kiyoshi Tamura
Commercial Tape 6/18/95 Tokyo Ryogoku Kokugikan
-2hr 5min. Q=Master

Kenichi Yamamoto vs. Steve Nelson

Kazushi Sakuraba vs. James Stone

Hiromitsu Kanehara & Billy Scott vs. Tatsuo Nakano & Jean Lydick

Joe Malenko vs. Yuko Miyato

Kazuo Yamazaki vs. Yoshihiro Takayama

Naoki Sano vs. Yoji Anjo

Kiyoshi Tamura vs. Gary Albright

Nobuhiko Takada vs. Masahito Kakihara

UWF-I THE UWF SPIRITS (II) Commercial Tape 7/13/95 Shizuoka Sangyokan
-1hr 25min. Q=Near Perfect

Kazushi Sakuraba vs. Kenichi Yamamoto

Tatsuo Nakano vs. Steve Nelson

Yoji Anjo & Yoshihiro Takayama vs. Hiromitsu Kanehara & Masahito Kakihara

Naoki Sano vs. James Stone

Kiyoshi Tamura vs. Joe Malenko 18:14

UWF-I THE UWF SPIRITS (III) Commercial Tape 7/22/95 Fukuoka Hakata Starlanes
-1hr 25min. Q=Near Perfect

Hiromitsu Kanehara vs. Kenichi Yamamoto.

Steve Nelson vs. James Stone.

Yoshihiro Takayama vs. Tatsuo Nakano.

Naoki Sano & Kazushi Sakuraba vs. Joe Malenko & Yoji Anjo.

Kiyoshi Tamura vs. Masahito Kakihara 6:20

UWF-I THE UWF SPIRITS (IV) Commercial Tape 8/18/95 Tokyo Bay NK Hall
-1hr 30min. Q=Near Perfect

Kenichi Yamamoto vs. Tom Burton

Hiromitsu Kanehara vs. Kazushi Sakuraba

Naoki Sano vs. Yoshihiro Takayama

Masahito Kakihara vs. Yoji Anjo

Nobuhiko Takada vs. Tatsuo Nakano

Kiyoshi Tamura vs. Gary Albright 6:24

UWF-I vs. NEW JAPAN ALL-OUT CONTEND BATTLE 1 Commercial Tape 10/11/95 Osaka Furitsu Taiikukaikan
-1hr 25min. Q=Master

Hiromitsu Kanehara & Kazushi Sakuraba vs. Tokimitsu Ishizawa (Ka Shin) & Tadao Yasuda (NJ team)

Yoshihiro Takayama vs. Kenichi Yamamoto

Billy Scott vs. Naoki Sano

Tatsuo Nakano vs. Kensuke Sasaki (NJ)

Yoji Anjo & Masahito Kakihara vs. Riki Choshu & Yuji Nagata

UWF-I vs. NEW JAPAN ALL-OUT CONTEND BATTLE 2 October 28, 1995 TOKYO BOUT Commercial Tape 10/28/95 Tokyo Kokuritsu Yoyogi Kyogijo Dai-nitaiikukan
-1hr 55min. Q=Gd-VG

Kenichi Yamamoto vs. Shinjiro Otani (NJ)

Hiromitsu Kanehara vs. Tatsuhito Takaiwa (NJ)

Kazushi Sakuraba vs. Koji Kanemoto (NJ)

Naoki Sano vs. Hiro Saito (NJ)

Yoshihiro Takayama vs. Kensuke Sasaki (NJ)

Masahito Kakihara & Tatsuo Nakano vs. Shinya Hashimoto & Akira Nogami (NJ)

Yoji Anjo vs. Masa Chono (NJ)

UWF-I vs. NEW JAPAN ALL-OUT CONTEND BATTLE 3 Commercial Tape 11/25/95 Tokyo Ryogoku Kokugikan
-1hr 40min. Q=Master

Kenichi Yamamoto vs. James Stone

Kazushi Sakuraba vs. Billy Scott

Hiromitsu Kanehara vs. Takashi Iizuka

Naoki Sano vs. Tokimitsu Ishizawa

Tatsuo Nakano vs. Riki Choshu

Masahito Kakihara vs. Tadao Yasuda

Yoji Anjo & Yoshihiro Takayama vs. Masahiro Chono & Hiroyoshi Tenzan

UWF-I vs. NEW JAPAN ALL-OUT CONTEND BATTLE 4 IWGP Heavyweight Title Match Nobuhiko Takada vs. Shiro Koshinaka
Commercial Tape 3/1/96 Tokyo Nippon Budokan
-2hr 25min. Q=Master. 2 DVDs

Tatsuo Nakano vs. Kenichi Yamamoto

Kiyoshi Tamura vs. Kazushi Sakuraba

Shinjiro Otani (NJ) vs. Masahito Kakihara

Muay Thai Rules: Hiromitsu Kanehara vs. Chanpa Gennsoritto (sp)

Yoji Anjo & Yoshihiro Takayama vs. Kazuo Yamazaki & Takayuki Iizuka (NJ team)

Yuhi Sano vs. Keiji Muto (NJ)

IWGP Heavyweight Title: Nobuhiko Takada vs. Shiro Koshinaka (HI)

UWF-I U.W.F vs. Shin Nihon All Out Contend Battle 5 Clash U.W.F.-gun vs. Heisei Ishingun Commercial Tape 3/23/96 Sendai Miyagi-ken Sports Center
-1 1/2hr. Q=Master

Kiyoshi Tamura vs. Kazushi Sakuraba

Tatsuo Nakano vs. Yoshihiro Takayama

Hiromitsu Kanehara vs. Kengo Kimura

Masahito Kakihara vs. Akitoshi Saito

Yoji Anjo & Kenichi Yamamoto vs. Kuniaki Kobayashi & Akira Nogami

Nobuhiko Takada & Yuhi Sano vs. Shiro Koshinaka & Michiyoshi Ohara

UWF-I U.W.F vs. Shin Nihon All Out Contend Battle 6 Top Confrontation Takada vs. Choshu Commercial Tape 4/19/96 Osaka Furitsu Taiikukaikan
-1hr 35min. Q=Near Perfect

Kiyoshi Tamura vs. Billy Scott

Tokimitsu Ishizawa vs. Kazushi Sakuraba 6:39

Yoshihiro Takayama vs. Tatsuhito Takaiwa

Masahito Kakihara vs. Yuji Nagata

Tatsuo Nakano & Yuhi Sano vs. Kenichi Yamamoto & Yoji Anjo

Kensuke Sasaki & Riki Choshu vs. Nobuhiko Takada & Hiromitsu Kanehara

UWF-I Commercial Tape 5/27/96 Tokyo Nippon Budokan
-2hr. Q=VG

Kiyoshi Tamura vs. Kazushi Sakuraba

Hiromitsu Kanehara vs. Akira Nogami (NJ)

Yuhi Sano vs. Kenichi Yamamoto

Tatsuo Nakano vs. Koki Kitahara (WAR)

Yoji Anjo & Yoshihiro Takayama vs. Hiromichi Fuyuki & Gedo (WAR team)

Masahito Kakihara vs. Shiro Koshinaka (HI)

Nobuhiko Takada vs. Yoshiaki Fujiwara (PWFG)

UWF-I Outbreak of War! U.W.F. vs. W.A.R What's this!? 6/7/96 Hokkaido Sapporo Nakajima Taiiku Center
-1hr 50min. Q=Master

Hiromitsu Kanehara vs. James Stone. Stone was greatly overexaggerating his selling of strikes, as usual. Very good match when it was on the mat, which is where it was after the first minute. Kanehara made a few great moves, but it was just too short. *3/4

Masahito Kakihara vs. Billy Jack Scott. Theme match where they agreed not to strike. This sounds like a waste of Kakihara, but there was some really fine and more modern (i.e. Tamura) matwork. Perpetual motion with constant countering early then slowing down some when they started hooking submissions. ***1/4

Kazushi Sakuraba vs. Koki Kitahara. Even though it's similar to what he regularly does in pro style, Kitahara was a little out of his element because he's not used to doing it shoot style. I though he would strike more to make up for it, but I'm not sure he struck as much as usual. Sakuraba controlled most of the match, and was definitely the better of the two. Enough talent in the ring to make it good, but I'm sure they could do a lot better if Kitahara did this style regularly. **1/2

Yuhi Sano vs. 200% Machine. Nothing much happened. 200% was somewhere in between Greco Roman and shooting, and very methodical at both. *

Nobuhiko Takada vs. Arashi. Takada is so patient that it makes him seem all the more explosive when he unleashes his strikes. Arashi doesn't have the right approach much less the talent, but this turned into an exciting match even though it wasn't the most believable. Takada had a good idea turning Arashi's shotei into and udehishikigyakujujigatame, but it turned out clumsy. Short but Takada looked very good after the feeling out period. **

WAR Nintei Sekai 6 Man Tag Senshukenjiai: Yoji Anjo & Yoshihiro Takayama & Kenichi Yamamoto vs. Hiromichi Fuyuki & Jado & Gedo. Very stiff pro-wrestling with lots of double teaming from Fuyuki's team. Anjo's team beat the hell out of Fuyuki's team all match because they are the "shooters", to the point of it being a massacre. Fuyuki bled immediately and his partners soon followed. This had some comedy as well with Anjo attacking Fuyuki with an octopus, as well as some brawling like Anjo's team using the title belts outside the ring. Fuyuki's team did their usual double team spots like the stuff powerbomb off the 2nd. Generally entertaining match even though it made no sense to have this as the main event of a show that was otherwise worked shoots, and losing to guys that don't do "real" fighting killed whatever myth the UWF-I guys had left. **3/4

UWF-I Takada, Fujinami, Tenryu, Anjo Puroresu Scramble Wars Commercial Tape 6/26/96 Nagoya Rainbow Hall
-2hr 15min. Q=Master. 2 DVDs

UWF-I Takada, Fujinami, Tenryu, Anjo Puroresu Scramble Wars 6/22/96

150% Machine vs. Koki Kitahara

Kazushi Sakuraba vs. Rene Rooze

Hiromitsu Kanehara vs. Billy Jack Scott

Yoshihiro Takayama & 200% Machine vs. Genichiro Tenryu & Arashi

Yoji Anjo vs. Naoki Sano

Nobuhiko Takada & Masahito Kakihara vs. Tatsumi Fujinami & Yoshiaki Fujiwara

UWF-I vs. 200% Gundan Commercial Tape 7/28/96 Kobe Fashion Mart
-1hr 55min. Q=Near Perfect

Hiromitsu Kanehara vs. 100% Machine

Masahito Kakihara vs. Kenichi Yamamoto

Yuhi Sano vs. 150% Machine

Yoshihiro Takayama vs. Billy Scott

Nobuhiko Takada vs. 200% Machine

Yoji Anjo vs. Kazushi Sakuraba

UWF-I Takada Anjo Tenryu Kimo Summer Jingu Great Battle Commercial Tape 8/17/96 Tokyo Jingu Stadium
-2hr 35min. Q=Master 2 DVDs

Dutch Windmail vs. Kenichi Yamamoto 5:34

Hiromitsu Kanehara vs. Tiger Maduro 7:10

The Great Kabuki & Tokeru & Benkei Daikokubo vs. Kishin Kanabata & Shigeo Okumura & Gekko 14:44

Tiger Mask (Sayama) vs. Gran Hamada 15:00

Kimo vs. Yoshihiro Takayama 1:16

Kazushi Sakuraba vs. Masahito Kakihara 14:31

Genichiro Tenryu vs. Yuhi Sano 8:59

Nobuhiko Takada vs. Yoji Anjo 11:26

UWF-I 5th Anniversary UWFvsWAR Top Confrontation Nobuhiko Takada vs. Genichiro Tenryu Commercial Tape 9/11/96 Tokyo Jingu Stadium
-2hr 45min. Q=VG/fair. 2 DVDs

Errol "Tiger" Maduro vs. Kenichi Yamamoto 8:00

Hiromitsu Kanehara vs. Nikolia Gordeau 5:30

Kazushi Sakuraba vs. Masao Orihara 10:41

Shodai Tiger Mask vs. The Cobra 12:54

Kensuke Sasaki vs. Masahito Kakihara 8:43

Shinya Hashimoto vs. Yuhi Sano 11:00

Yoji Anjo vs. Dave Beneteau 2:48

Nobuhiko Takada vs. Genichiro Tenryu 19:30

Toshiaki Kawada vs. Yoshihiro Takayama 8:43. Green tinted handheld of the stadium jumbotron because Baba wouldn't allow the match to be included on the official comm. Pity because Kawada's inspired performance results in what would have been the best Takayama match on a UWF-I comm.

UWF-I UWF ROAD in Morioka 9/30/96 Morioka Iwate Kenei Taiikukan
-2hr 25min. Q=Ex. 1 DVD

Debut Match: Ryuki Ueyama vs. Shunsuke (Daijiro) Matsui

Hiromitsu Kanehara vs. Billy Jack Scott

Shodai Tiger Mask vs. Naohiro Hoshikawa

Nikolai Gordeau vs. James Stone

Yoshihiro Takayama vs. Masahito Kakihara

Nobuhiko Takada vs. Yoji Anjo Double Bout 5 Match Trial: Kenichi Yamamoto & Yoji Anjo vs. Nobuhiko Takada & Kazushi Sakuraba

UWF-I U.W.F. ROAD in Shizuoka 10/23/96 Twin Messe Shizuoka
-2hr 25min. Q=Master 2 DVDs

James Stone vs. Shunsuke Matsui

Kenichi Yamamoto vs. Billy Scott

Tiger Mask (Sayama) vs. Naohiro Hoshikawa

Hiromitsu Kanehara vs. Masahito Kakihara

Yoshihiro Takayama vs. Keith Dirody

Nobuhiko Takada vs. Yoji Anjo Double Bout 5 Match Trial: Nobuhiko Takada & Yuhi Sano vs. Kazushi Sakuraba & Yoji Anjo

UWF-I U.W.F. ROAD in Sapporo 11/20/96 Sapporo Nakajima Taiiku Center
-2hr 25min. Q=Near Perfect. 1 DVD

Errol "Tiger" Maduro vs. James Stone

Shodai Tiger Mask vs. The Cobra

Nikolai Gordeau vs. Yuhi Sano

Hiromitsu Kanehara vs. Kenichi Yamamoto

Yoshihiro Takayama vs. Kazushi Sakuraba

Nobuhiko Takada vs. Yoji Anjo Double Bout 5 Match Trial: Billy Scott & Yoji Anjo vs. Nobuhiko Takada & Masahito Kakihara

UWF-I U.W.F. ROAD in Sendai 11/23/96 Miyagi-ken Sports Center
-2hr 25min. Q=VG. 1 DVD

Billy Scott vs. Errol "Tiger" Maduro

Shodai Tiger Mask vs. Shoichi Funaki

Masahito Kakihara vs. James Stone

Kenichi Yamamoto vs. Kazushi Sakuraba

Hiromitsu Kanehara vs. Yoshihiro Takayama

Nobuhiko Takada vs. Yoji Anjo Double Bout 5 Match Trial: Nobuhiko Takada & Yuhi Sano vs. Nikolai Gordeau & Yoji Anjo

UWF-I U.W.F. ROAD in Fukuoka 12/25/96 Fukuoka Hakata Starlanes
-2hr 10min. Q=Master. 1 DVD
UWF-I U.W.F. ROAD in Fukuoka 12/25/96

Daijiro Matsui vs. Ryuki Ueyama

Hiromitsu Kanehara vs. Kazushi Sakuraba

Yoshihiro Takayama vs. Kenichi Yamamoto

Naoki Sano vs. Masahito Kakihara

Nobuhiko Takada vs. Yoji Anjo Double Bout 5 Match Trial: Nobuhiko Takada & James Stone vs. Yoji Anjo & Billy Jack Scott

UWF-I U.W.F. FINAL 12/27/96 Tokyo Korakuen Hall
-2 1/2hr. Q=Master. 2 DVDs

Daijiro Matsui vs. Ryuki Ueyama

Naoki Sano vs. James Stone

Yoji Anjo vs. Billy Jack Scott

Masahito Kakihara & Kenichi Yamamoto vs. Hiromitsu Kanehara & Kazushi Sakuraba

Nobuhiko Takada vs. Yoshihiro Takayama

U-SPIRITS Battle Station 3/16/13 U-SPIRITS again taped 3/9/13 Tokyo Korakuen Hall
-2hr. Q=Perfect

Mitsuya Nagai vs. Takaku Fuke

KEI Yamamiya vs. Daijiro Matsui

Yoshihiro Takayama vs. Hikaru Sato

Katsunori Kikuno vs. Takafumi Ito

Yoshiki Takahashi vs. Kenichi Yamamoto

Minoru Suzuki vs. Hans Nyman

Yuki Kondo vs. Hiromitsu Kanehara

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