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Re: A Story of Pride, Glory, Honor (TEW 2013 Simulation)

Post by Greg_McNeish » Wed Feb 11, 2015 5:44 pm

[quote="GooberBM"]Pride Glory Honor Wrestling Presents The HONOR Cup: Finals

(0) Special Tag Match: Stone Torch - Stone Yoshikawa & Torch Nakizawa vs. KC Glenn & Greg Gauge
Because obviously.

(1) 8 Man Tag Match: Shiba Mizoguchi, Tsurayuki Kamachi & Culture Clash - Acid II & Hiro Takimoto vs. Fujio Narahashi, Omezo Shikitei & Nextwave - Mashashi Urogataya & Haranobu Kobayashi
*shrug*

(2) Speical Tag Match: Team Energy - Nobuatsu Tatsuko & Noriyori Sanda vs. Eien Miyamoto & SATO
Old guys need some love at some point.

(3) Special Tag Match: Bryan Holmes & William Hayes vs. Mito Miwa & Kazuhige Matsuki
Mito Miwa continues to not have nice things.

(4) HONOR Cup Semifinal Match: Tetsunori Yasuda vs. PRIDE Koiso
PRIDE's pride gets the best of him, as he overlooks the Man of Hope. Besides, the finals aren't the main event, and you aren't going to have PRIDE vs. Kozue not close a show. That's crazy talk.

(5) HONOR Cup Semifinal Match: Kozue Kawashima vs. Akinori Kwakami
I'm not quite ready to go all in on Akinori. Besides, if Kawashima wasn't going to make the finals, coming off his big title reign, he wouldn't still be standing by the final day.

(6) 6 Man Tag Match: Seiji Jimbo & KitoGuchi - Choijiro Kitoaji & Bussho Makiguchi vs. Masaru Ugaki, Ryoma Muruyama & Totoya Munakata
KitoGuchi could use some love, and they're teaming up with the boss' nephew. This will get that mojo going.

(7) Historical Japan Title Match: Tanyu Toshusai (29th Champion) vs. Hito Suzuki (Challenger)
First Defense

It takes very special circumstances for me to pick against the champ on his first defence.

(8) HONOR Cup Final Match: Tetsunori Yasuda vs. Kozue Kawashima
Hope conquers all. Believe that.

(9) Glory Crown Match: Yoshimi Mushashibo (18th Champion) vs. Eisaku Kunomasu (Challenger)
First Defense

Kunomasu is my dude, but as I said at GLORY, his worth right now is as the big establishment defence for Yoshimi's new title reign. This will be some glorious First Gen warfare.
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Re: A Story of Pride, Glory, Honor (TEW 2013 Simulation)

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Pride Glory Honor Wrestling Presents Road to HONOUR: The HONOR Cup - Finals
Thursday Week 2 August 2013 - Yamagata Football Stadium(Tohoku) Attendance: 17284

Pre-Show Match: Stone Torch - Stone Yoshikawa & Torch Nakizawa vs. KC Glenn & Greg Gauge
Torch (9:14) via Tsunami Legdrop on Glenn
Rating: B- (76)

The announce team of Keiji Takeda, Sosa Morri & Sadaharu Jimbo open the show for the audience focusing on the two major plot points of the show: The semifinals and finals of the HONOR Cup Tournament, featuring PRIDE Koiso, Tetsunori Yasuda, Kozue Kawashima & Akinori Kwakami, and the main event where Yoshimi Mushashibo defends the Glory Crown against Akinori Kwakami
Rating: A (89)


Shiba Mizoguchi, Tsurayuki Kamachi & Culture Clash - Acid II & Hiro Takimoto vs. Fujio Narahashi, Omezo Shikitei & Nextwave - Mashashi Urogataya & Haranobu Kobayashi
Shiba (7:13) via Raised Crab on Omezo
Rating: C+ (68)

Team Energy - Nobuatsu Tatsuko & Noriyori Sanda vs. Eien Miyamoto & SATO
Nobuastu (10:14) via Tatsuko Driller on SATO
Rating: B- (76)

Bryan Holmes & William Hayes vs. Mito Miwa & Kazuhige Matsuki
Matsuki (9:54) via Fist of Fury on Hayes
Rating: C+ (67)

HONOR Cup Semifinal Match
PRIDE Koiso vs. Tetsunori Yasuda
Yasuda (7:03) via rollup
Rating: B (82)

HONOR Cup Semifinal Match
Kozue Kawashima vs. Akinori Kwakami
Kozue (10:08) via Kwakami Driver 2005
Rating: B+ (85)



Intermission

The announcers review match 1: Shiba and Kamachi lead the way, with Culture Clash, to victory in the opening bout
Rating: C (63)

The announcers review match 2: Eien Miyamoto continues his strong performances, coming out of the HONOR Cup, but there's no way a makeshift team of that caliber is going to knock of Team Energy, and the veteran team gets the job done
Rating: B (77)

The announcers review match 3: Miwa and Matsuki pull out a big victory, with Matsuki particularly announcing himself in the running for the International Title in getting the pinfall
Rating: C+ (68)

The announcers review the HONOR Cup Semifinals: PRIDE Koiso let pride come before his fall: He had heard all the rhetoric coming from the pupil of Hoshino and was convinced that he was a flash in the pan that would crumble when the pressure got tough, and it looked that way for a while as PRIDE tried to blow him right out but Yasuda persevered and showed why Hope can be stronger than PRIDE, in countering the Running Koiso Kutter into a rollup that gets the victory and shocking the PGHW elite. In the second semifinal, The protege of Mito Miwa faced Miwa's current tag partner and the respect that was obviously lacking in the previous match was here in spades, and it was the respect for his opponent that allowed Kozue Kawashima to stay the course and finish off Akinori to advance to the finals
Rating: B+ (85)

The announcers preview matches 6 and 7: In what could be an important 6 man match, the young generation, being led at the forefront by the likes of Seiji Jimbo, Chojiro Kitoaji and Bussho Makiguchi, are looking to carve their space out with their own hands, and had a tough go of it in the HONOR Cup tournament, with each being elminated by KoiShima. They look to rebound against members of that senior generation, in Masaru Ugaki and Ryoma Muruyama. Tanyu Toshusai, the young nephew of Japanese legend Yoshinaku Toshusai looks to cement his position in the growing generation coming up as he makes his first defense of the Historical Japan title against Hito Suzuki
Rating: C+ (70)

The announce team previews the main event matches: First up will be the HONOR Cup Finals which will pit Tetsunori Yasuda against Kozue Kawashima in a battle of the Disciples of Breakdown, and a race to the Glory Crown, which will be contested in the main event, as Eisaku Kunomasu looks to bring that glory to his new partnership, in the form of an all-Kurosuwaiyā Glory Crown match, but the current Holder Yoshimi Mushashibo will have his own designs on crushing this new insurrection, both of them and of KoiShima, before they ever get started
Rating: B+ (83)



Seiji Jimbo & KitoGuchi - Choijiro Kitoaji & Bussho Makiguchi vs. Masaru Ugaki, Ryoma Muruyama & Totoya Munakata
Seiji (7:40) via Jimbo Driver on Totoya
The young generation does well, but they do not get the victory they want over Masaru or Ryoma. But this will have to do
Rating: B (82)

Historical Japan Title Match
Tanyu Toshusai (29th Champion) vs. Hito Suzuki (Challenger)
First Defense
Tanyu (10:30) via Dangerous Brainbuster
Tanyu solidifies his position as the Historical Japan champion, by completing his first defense of the title
Rating: C (61)


Before the next match we get the entrances and introductions for the HONOR Cup Final Match, between Kozue Kawashima and Tetsunori Yasuda
Rating: B+ (88)


HONOR Cup Final Match
Kozue Kawashima vs. Tetsunori Yasuda
Yasuda (15:20) via Minilla Plunge
Kawashima comes into this match knowing that he is better than Yasuda. He held the Glory Crown for over a year, he's basically the hand-picked Ace-to-be, and he knows that he will dominate PGHW for this generation and into the next, and that this challenge is one more step on that road. But nobody told any of that to Tetsunori Yasuda, who made it clear that when Kawashima rejected his desire to bring back Team Breakdown, that he would change PGHW with his own strength, but maybe now it will be understood that the catalyst of change in PGHW may not be Strength, Pride, Honor, or Glory. It very well may be Hope. And the Man of Hope is the first winner of the HONOR Cup
Rating: B+ (84)


Before the main event, we get a video package detailing the extensive history of Yoshimi Mushashibo and Eisaku Kunomasu, the birth of Kurosuwaiyā and Eisaku's desire to regain the Glory Crown, from Yoshimi's hands
Rating: B+ (86)


Glory Crown Match
Yoshimi Mushashibo (18th Champion) vs. Eisaku Kunomasu (Challenger)
First Defense
Yoshimi (20:59) via Yoshimi Lock
There will be no all-Kurosuwaiyā Glory Crown match at this time, because the Strength of the World is not to be denied and he will continue on carrying PGHW, at least a little longer, because he is able to withstand his generational rival to consolidate his reign
Rating: B (81)


After the match, as Yoshimi celebrates his victory, Tetsunori Yasuda comes out to address the Glory Crown Holder and the fans. He applauds Yoshimi for his victory, as he wasn't sure he could face Eisaku with his full strength at this time. This year, he has put forth his pride and soul, to reclaim the glory of Eisaku Hoshino, and prove that there is a place in PGHW for the legacy of Hoshino. That there is always hope for change. And to cement that change, he must cement it in the very heart of PGHW, and to do that he must hold what Yoshimi has. To truly be the messenger of hope he must hold the Glory Crown. He went through the PRIDE of PGHW, and he defeated the man upon which the future of PGHW rests, so now it is only fitting that he slays the Strength of the World to achieve his goal. And be assured that he will because he is the Man of Hope, and Hope Conquers All
Rating: B+ (88)

Yoshimi takes in what Yasuda says as the challenger leaves the ring and Yoshimi then addresses the crowd surprised that he can't even catch his breath from a grueling Glory Crown match before the next challenger comes out of the woodwork, but that is okay. Yoshimi was young once and he understands the audacity of youth. It was the same audacity that led Kozue Kawashima to declare himself the Ace of PGHW, but Yoshimi never gave up that position, and it was never taken from him either. And like Tetsunori, Yoshimi has beaten both PRIDE and Kozue, but there's a difference. Tetsunori did in a tournament when they didn't have their eyes on him. Yoshimi beat PRIDE to win the Elite Series. He beat Kozue to win the Glory Crown. What Yasuda did was impressive, but now, NOW, he has the full and undivided attention of the man before him and while he may carry hope he has no idea what is in store for him, and when he figures it out it will be too late because he will have already been buried by the Strength of the World. Confetti flies and Yoshimi celebrates with the fans as the show comes to a close
Rating: A (89)


Final Rating: B+ (84)
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Re: A Story of Pride, Glory, Honor (TEW 2013 Simulation)

Post by GooberBM » Fri Feb 13, 2015 7:00 am

Pride Glory Honor Wrestling Presents Road to HONOUR
Monday Week 3 August 2013 - Asahikawa Stadium (Hokkaido) Attendance: 8769

Pre-Show Match: Pre-Show Match: Culture Clash - Acid II & Hiro Takimoto & Nextwave - Mashashi Urogataya & Haranobu Kobayashi vs. Hito Suzuki, Simon Flemmingway, KC Glenn & Greg Gauge
Simon (6:54) via Suicide Solution on Acid
Rating: C (63)
Pre-Show Angle: Announcers preview match 1 - Talking about the team of Ryoma Muruyama, Masaru Ugaki, and particularly SATO and Totoya Munakata, who are younger guys (generationally in Ryoma's case) who are trying to find their way on the roster and build themselves up, bit by bit, into finding meaningful success, but haven't figured it all out yet
Rating: B (78)

Pre-Show Angle: Announcers preview match 1 - They talk about Team Energy, Art Reed and Hirokumi Saito; a team full of veterans who have been around the way and back all over Japan and are stable presences, who are looking to strike out for some successes for themselves
Rating: B (79)

The announce team of Keiji Takeda, Sosa Morri & Sadaharu Jimbo open the show for the audience focusing on the main event which sees Crossed Wires take on Team Dynasty 2000 once again, only this time with Yasuda challenging Yoshimi instead
Rating: B+ (88)


Ryoma Muruyama, Masaru Ugaki, SATO & Totoya Munakata vs. Team Energy - Nobuatsu Tatsuko & Noriyori Sanda, Art Reed & Hirokumi Saito
Totoya (8:16) via S-T-Sleeper on Saito
Rating: B- (74)

Seiji Jimbo & Tanyu Toshusai vs. Eien Miyamoto & Fujio Narahashi
Eien (9:18) via STF on Tanyu
Rating: C (64)

Akinori Kwakami & Kazuhige Matsuki vs. Bryan Holmes & William Hayes
Matsuki (7:45) via Fist of Fury on Hayes
Rating: B (79)



Intermission

The announcers review match 2: Eien picks up the pinfall in the match but makes it clear that he has no designs on reclaiming that child's belt, as he gets right in the face of Seiji Jimbo and challenges the Bloodline to a singles match
Rating: C (64)

The announcers review match 3: Holmes and Hayes have been teaming regularly lately, and had this mostly under control, but the two men claiming rights at facing Holmes do not let their lack of communication stop them and blow through anyway, but Akinori is the one denied, as Matsuki gets a step ahead in challenging Holmes
Rating: B (80)

The announcers preview match 4: Stone Torch gets a chance to shine, taking on the legendary Team Toronto
Rating: C (63)

The announcers preview match 5: KitoGuchi gets another match against KoiShima, in a prelude setting, as they look to get some measure of respect back after the dreadful stretch they had over the last few weeks
Rating: B (79)

The announce team previews the main event: Crossed Wires and Team Dynasty 2000 have been trading wins back and forth for the last few months, but the journey of their story is almost written, because it will come to an end when Yoshimi Mushashibo defends the Glory Crown against Tetsunori Yasuda. But for now, they will do battle again in tag action to build towards that huge collision
Rating: A (89)



Stone Torch - Stone Yoshikawa & Torch Nakazawa vs. Team Toronto - Lee Bennett & Alexander Robinson
Stone (9:37) via Ankle Lock on Robinson
Stone Torch gets a very big win, as a team and they are looking forward to bigger and better things
Rating: C+ (67)

KitoGuchi - Chojiro Kitoaji & Bussho Makiguchi & JOJI vs. Kozue Kawashima, PRIDE Koiso & Omezo Shikitei
Chojiro (10:19) via Kitoaji Lariat on Omezo
KitoGuchi does get a small measure of revenge on KoiShima, via the victory in this match, but the question of either they can beat Kawashima or Koiso themselves is very much still the debate in the air
Rating: B (78)

Kurosuwaiyā - Eisakue Kunomasu & Tetsunori Yasuda vs. Team Dynasty 2000 - Shuji Inukai & Yoshimi Mushashibo
Yasuda (15:06) via Minilla Plunge on Yoshimi
The Glory Crown Holder gets pinned by his challenger! The wave of hope that is building in PGHW may be too much for the Strength of the World, and the people are growing behind him. Yasuda is more than confident at this point and it may just be his time
Rating: A (91)


Yasuda speaks to the crowd after the match and tells them that what they saw here is real. What they continue to see is real. Maybe they didn't believe him when he failed to win the Elite Series, but he...he HOPES they believe him now. Because he is driven by a force more powerful than any and he will prove at Night of HONOR that Hope, does indeed, Conquer All. Yasuda then poses and exits the ring as the show comes to an end
Rating: A* (98)


Final Rating: A (89)
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Re: A Story of Pride, Glory, Honor (TEW 2013 Simulation)

Post by GooberBM » Fri Feb 13, 2015 7:44 am

Pride Glory Honor Wrestling Presents Night of HONOR

PGHW is proud to announce the partial card for the next major show on the calendar, Night of HONOR, scheduled for Monday Week 2 August

() Special Singles Match: Akinori Kwakami vs. William Hayes
() Special Singles Match: Eien Miyamoto vs. Seiji Jimbo
() Historical Japan Title Match: Tanyu Toshusai (29th Champion) vs. Fujio Narahashi (Challenger)
Second Defense
() International Title Match: Bryan Holmes (8th Champion) vs. Kazuhige Matsuki (Challenger)
Third Defense
() Glory Tag Crown Match: KitoGuchi - Chojiro Kitoaji & Bussho Makiguchi (21st Champions) vs. Kozue Kawashima & PRIDE Koiso (Challengers)
Eighth Defense
() Glory Crown Match: Yoshimi Mushashibo (18th Champion) vs. Tetsunori Yasuda (Challenger/HONOR Cup Winner)
Second Defense
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Re: A Story of Pride, Glory, Honor (TEW 2013 Simulation)

Post by Greg_McNeish » Fri Feb 13, 2015 2:11 pm

Nearly perfect predictions. Bonehead move on my part not seeing an International title match setup coming.

Anyway, HOPE CONQUERS ALL!!! BELIEVE THAT!!!
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Re: A Story of Pride, Glory, Honor (TEW 2013 Simulation)

Post by GooberBM » Fri Feb 13, 2015 4:50 pm

Pride Glory Honor Wrestling Presents Road to HONOUR
Thursday Week 3 August 2013 - New Mei Sports Stadium (Kinki) Attendance: 9657

The announce team of Keiji Takeda, Sosa Morri & Koryusai Kitoaji (sitting in for an ill Sadaharu Jimbo) open the show for the audience focusing on the main event of Kazuhige Matsuki, Mito Miwa, and Akinori Kwakami versus Bryan Holmes, William Hayes, and Art Reed
Rating: B+ (88)


KC Glenn & Greg Gauge vs. JOJI & Omezo Shikitei
Gauge (4:46) via Boston Crab on Omezo
Rating: E- (19)

Nextwave - Mashashi Urogataya & Haranobu Kobayashi vs. Culture Clash - Acid II & Hiro Takimoto
Haranobu (8:48) via Kobayashi Plunge on Hiro
Rating: C- (53)

Alexander Robinson vs. Shiba Mizoguchi
Robinson (6:47) via Canadian Violence
Rating: C- (58)

Team Energy - Nobuatsu Tatsuko & Noriyori Sanda vs. SATO & Totoya Munakata
Sanda (8:54) via Full Body Powerbomb on SATO
Rating: B- (73)



Intermission

The announcers recap match 1: The bottom of the card gets a showcase match (that goes over far better in recap form than in live action)
Rating: D+ (50)

The announcers recap match 2: Nextwave and Culture Clash get a showcase match against one another, with Nextwave getting a strong victory under their belt
Rating: C- (56)

The announcers recap match 3 and 4: Alexander Robinson smashes Shiba Mizoguchi in short order, while Team Energy gets a nice pick-me-up win over SATO and Totoya
Rating: C (64)

The announcers preview match 5: Seiji Jimbo and Tanyu Toshusai take on their opponents at Night of HONOUR once again, in Eien Miyamoto and Fujio Narahashi respectively
Rating: C+ (66)

The announcers preview match 6: Next up we get a big 6 man match between Eisaku Kunomasu, Ryoma Muruyama and Masaru Ugaki taking on Shuji Inukai and Stone Torch
Rating: B- (74)

The announce team previews the main event: Matsuki gets to stand his ground for his challenge for the International Title at Night of HONOUR in this match, with Miwa & Kwakami providing support, against Holmes, Hayes and Reed
Rating: B (77)



Eien Miyamoto & Fujio Narahashi vs. Seiji Jimbo & Tanyu Toshusai
Seiji (11:53) via Seiji Ocean Lock on Fujio
The young legacy children set things right heading into Night of HONOUR
Rating: B- (73)

Eisaku Kunomasu, Ryoma Muruyama & Masaru Ugaki vs. Shuji Inukai & Stone Torch - Stone Yoshikawa and Torch Nakizawa
Masaru (6:58) via Ugaki Clutch on Torch
This one goes very fast and the young Stone Torch are still the team on the outside, looking in, as Stone Yoshikawa gets all caught up in battling with Eisaku Kunomasu, leaving his partner at the mercy of the honed team of Ryoma & Masaru
Rating: B- (74)

Kazuhige Matsuki, Mito Miwa & Akinori Kwakami vs. Bryan Holmes, William Hayes & Art Reed
Matsuki (12:07) via Fist of Fury on Reed
Matsuki is all primed for his challenge of Holmes at Night of HONOUR and takes Reed out with the Fist of Fury
Rating: B (77)


Matsuki celebrates his win and warns Holmes that he will be a 2x former International Champion come Night of HONOUR because Matsuki will deliver the Fist of Fury and rip the title away from him
Rating: B+ (84)


Final Rating: B (78)
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Re: A Story of Pride, Glory, Honor (TEW 2013 Simulation)

Post by GooberBM » Fri Feb 13, 2015 4:56 pm

Pride Glory Honor Wrestling Presents Night of HONOUR

PGHW is proud to announce the full card for the next major show on the calendar, Night of HONOUR, scheduled for Monday Week 4 August 2013

(1) 8 Man Tag Match: Noriyori Sanda, Danger Kumasaka, Simon Flemmingway & Nobuatsu Tatsuko vs. Art Reed, Hito Suzuki, Mito Miwa & SATO
(2) Special Tag Match: Ryoma Muruyama, & Masaru Ugaki vs. Shuji Inukai & Torch Nakazawa
(3) Special Singles Match: Akinori Kwakami vs. William Hayes
(4) Special Singles Match: Eien Miyamoto vs. Seiji Jimbo
(5) International Title Match: Bryan Holmes (8th Champion) vs. Kazuhige Matsuki (Challenger)
Third Defense
(6) Special Singles Match: Eisaku Kunomasu vs. Stone Yoshikawa
(7) Historical Japan Title Match: Tanyu Toshusai (29th Champion) vs. Fujio Narahashi (Challenger)
Second Defense
(8) Glory Tag Crown Match: KitoGuchi - Chojiro Kitoaji & Bussho Makiguchi (21st Champions) vs. Kozue Kawashima & PRIDE Koiso (Challengers)
Eighth Defense
(9) Glory Crown Match: Yoshimi Mushashibo (18th Champion) vs. Tetsunori Yasuda (Challenger/HONOR Cup Winner)
Second Defense
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Re: A Story of Pride, Glory, Honor (TEW 2013 Simulation)

Post by Greg_McNeish » Fri Feb 13, 2015 5:53 pm

(1) 8 Man Tag Match: Noriyori Sanda, Danger Kumasaka, Simon Flemmingway & Nobuatsu Tatsuko vs. Art Reed, Hito Suzuki, Mito Miwa & SATO
When in doubt, predict against Miwa.

(2) Special Tag Match: Ryoma Muruyama & Masaru Ugaki vs. Shuji Inukai & Torch Nakazawa
They seem to have the momentum on their side.

(3) Special Singles Match: Akinori Kwakami vs. William Hayes
Not-subtle way to get the next International challenger?

(4) Special Singles Match: Eien Miyamoto vs. Seiji Jimbo
Dat Bloodline tho.

(5) International Title Match: Bryan Holmes (8th Champion) vs. Kazuhige Matsuki (Challenger)
Third Defense

With Diaz gone, Holmes is the baddest bitch in the building. No better spot for a gaijin to establish his dominance than with the International title.

(6) Special Singles Match: Eisaku Kunomasu vs. Stone Yoshikawa
Stone Torch have been steadily moving up the card, but this would be a huge upset. I don't see the benefit in having Stone outpace Torch the way this would.

(7) Historical Japan Title Match: Tanyu Toshusai (29th Champion) vs. Fujio Narahashi (Challenger)
Second Defense


(8) Glory Tag Crown Match: KitoGuchi - Chojiro Kitoaji & Bussho Makiguchi (21st Champions) vs. Kozue Kawashima & PRIDE Koiso (Challengers)
Eighth Defense

With so much focus on the Triple Crown, it just makes too much sense for KoiShima to take the first step here. Having to balance defending these titles while simultaneously chasing the other Crown is a basis for terrific drama for a long time. Besides, if KitoGuchi are going through these guys, after everyone else they've put down, they're just going to be champions forever.

(9) Glory Crown Match: Yoshimi Mushashibo (18th Champion) vs. Tetsunori Yasuda (Challenger/HONOR Cup Winner)
Second Defense

HOPE CONQUERS AL—yeah no.
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Re: A Story of Pride, Glory, Honor (TEW 2013 Simulation)

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Pride Glory Honor Wrestling Presents Night of HONOUR
Monday Week 4 August 2013 - Kanagawa Stadium (Kanto) Attendance: 21745

The announce team of Keiji Takeda, Sosa Morri & Koryusai Kitoaji open the show for the audience focusing, obviously, on the Glory Crown Match between holder Yoshimi Mushashibo and the challenger and HONOR Cup winner Tetsunori Yasuda
Rating: B- (76)


Noriyori Sanda, Danger Kumasaka, Simon Flemmingway & Nobuatsu Tatsuko vs. Art Reed, Hito Suzuki, Mito Miwa & SATO
Miwa (6:03) via Amphora Clutch Suplex on Tatsuko
Rating: B- (76)

Ryoma Muruyama, & Masaru Ugaki vs. Shuji Inukai & Torch Nakazawa
Ryoma (6:53) via Muruyama Launch on Torch
Rating: B (81)

Akinori Kwakami vs. William Hayes
Akinori (11:15) via Kwakami Painlock
Rating: B (79)

Eien Miyamoto vs. Seiji Jimbo
Seiji (15:17) via Seiji Ocean Lock
Rating: B (82)


Seiji gives respect to Eien after the match, hoping to see him down the road again when they both grow more
Rating: B- (76)


International Title Match
Bryan Holmes (8th Champion) vs. Kazuhige Matsuki (Challenger)
Third Defense
Holmes (7:04) via Final Impact
Rating: C+ (68)



Intermission

The announcers recap match 1: Mito Miwa brings one home and seems to have stabilized after his horror beginning of the year
Rating: B- (75)

The announcers recap match 2: Ryoma and Masaru then take care of business in this matchup against a non-regular team of Shuji and Torch
Rating: B (77)

The announcers recap matches 3 and 4: Akinori Kwakami picks up the win that keeps him right in the International Title race, while Seiji Jimbo and Eien Miyamoto have a very spirited match that showcases what the Third Generation is going to be about, when their time comes and note Seiji and Eien showing each other professional respect, while noting that they both will want to win the next time they cross paths
Rating: B (81)

The announcers recap match 5 and preview match 6: Bryan Holmes and Kazuhige Matsuki have a bit of a disappointing affair, but Holmes does finish the match off and keep his grip on the International Title tight. Stone Yoshikawa gets his first real chance to shine, as he gets a singles date with the best opponent he has ever been in the ring with, Eisaku Kunomasu, and he he gets to test his growth, skill, and heart against one of the very best in the world
Rating: B (82)

The announcers preview matches 7 and 8: Tanyu Toshusai defends his Historical Japan title against Fujio Narahashi next, in what could be a stiff challenge for the new champion, while the Glory Tag Crown will be on the line as KitoGuchi stares down the challenge of KoiShima, and the announcers wonder if there's anything that KitoGuchi can do to stop the challenger's Triple Crown aspirations
Rating: C+ (70)

The announce team previews the main event: The Strength of the World goes face to face with the Man of Hope as Yoshimi Mushashibo defends the Glory Crown against Tetsunori Yasuda. Yasuda has been on a roll since the formation of Crossed Wires, but the question does remain; Can Hope Conquer Strength?
Rating: B+ (85)



Eisaku Kunomasu vs. Stone Yoshikawa
Eisaku (8:14) via Kunomasu Vice
Stone Yoshikawa opens up eyes in defeat as he and Eisaku Kunomasu have, arguably (not arguably), the best singles match in recent PGHW history, but he is still facing one of the top remaining First Generation star, and one of the very best in PGHW at all. He was going to tap out to the Kunomasu Vice
Rating: A (92)

Historical Japan Title Match
Tanyu Toshusai (29th Champion) vs. Fujio Narahashi (Challenger)
Second Defense
Tanyu (5:39) via Dangerous Brainbuster
Following that display, the two young competitors here rip it up too and put on a strong display, but the Historical Japan champion
Rating: B- (76)


We watch the entrances for KitoGuchi and PRIDE/Kozue, for their Glory Tag Crown match
Rating: B (80)


Glory Tag Crown Match
KitoGuchi - Chojiro Kitoaji & Bussho Makiguchi (21st Champions) vs. Kozue Kawashima & PRIDE Koiso (Challengers)
Eighth Defense
PRIDE (22:01) via Running Koiso Kutter on Chojiro
KitoGuchi were proud champions, trying to prove their mettle and that their reign was not a fluke. And after 7 defenses and putting their souls on the line here there can be little doubt they are for real, but KoiShima has greater designs and they are not to be denied at this juncture. The champions fall and KoiShima becomes the 22nd Generation Glory Tag Crown Holders
Rating: B+ (86)


KoiShima celebrates the victory with belts, props, and photog opportunities
Rating: A (89)

Following that, we get a video for the match between Yoshimi and Yasuda, focusing heavily on Yasuda's desire to restore the legacy of Hoshino, and taking on the mantle of Hope, which lead him to winning the first HONOR Cup and bringing him to the door of greatness, where Hoshino's old rival Yoshimi Mushahibo waits. He acknowledges both what Hoshino did and what Yasuda does now, but that doesn't mean that Yasuda will accomplish his goals, because Yoshimi is not done carrying PGHW
Rating B (79)

Yasuda entrance for the main event
Rating: B+ (88)

Yoshimi entrance for the main event
Rating: B (77)


Glory Crown Match
Yoshimi Mushashibo (18th Champion) vs. Tetsunori Yasuda (Challenger/HONOR Cup Winner)
Second Defense
Yoshimi (25:58) via Yoshimi Lock
This is not Yasuda's time, because Yoshimi is not, in fact, done carrying PGHW and he is able to repel the young challenger, and keep his grip on the Glory Crown
Rating: B (80)


Yoshimi celebrates his win and after the formalities are taken care of, Yoshimi gets to speak. He once again acknowledges Yasuda and thanks him for a strong match, but he hopes that he doesn't see him again in the Elite Series. That said he hopes everybody has paid attention because that his what the best in Japan looks like, he is at his absolute best and there is not a man in Japan that could take the Glory Crown from him. But they can keep trying, all they want, though it won't matter. Because there is no man that can take this from him and carry PGHW. The only force that can carry PGHW is the Strength of the World
Rating: A* (100)


Final Rating: B+ (86)
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Re: A Story of Pride, Glory, Honor (TEW 2013 Simulation)

Post by GooberBM » Fri Feb 20, 2015 9:07 pm

Pride Glory Honor Wrestling Presents Road to DESIRE
Thursday Week 4 August 2013 - Nagoya Sports Stadium (Chubu) Attendance: 9124

The announce team of Keiji Takeda, Sosa Morri & Koryusai Kitoaji open the show for the audience focusing on the two big 6 man tag matches that could clear up the Glory Crown challengers
Rating: B+ (86)


Hito Suzuki, Shiba Mizoguchi & Tsurayuki Kamachi vs. Greg Gauge & Nextwave - Haranobu Kobayashi & Mashashi Urogataya
Kamachi (8:50) via armbar on Glenn
Rating: C+ (68)

Eien Miyamoto & Totoya Munakata vs. Culture Clash - Acid II & Hiro Takimoto
Totoya (7:55) via Angled Leg Lock on Acid
Rating: C- (56)

KitoGuchi - Chojiro Kitoaji & Bussho Makiguchi vs. Danger Kumasaka & Simon Flemmingway
Chojiro (7:09) via Kitoaji Lariat on Simon
Rating: C+ (68)

Mito Miwa & Akinori Kwakami vs. Bryan Holmes & Willliam Hayes
Akinori (10:01) via Kwakami Painlockon Hayes
Rating: B (78)


Mito and Akinori celebrate their victory
Rating: C (65)



Intermission

The announcers recap matches 1 and 2: Kamachi picks up the win for his side, while Eien and Totoya win one off of Culture Clash
Rating: C+ (66)

The announcers recap match 3: KitoGuchi looks like they're going to shake off the disappointment of their loss in short order
Rating: B- (76)

The announcers recap match 4: Akinori and Miwa win, and it makes it very clear that Akinori has more than earned the right to challenge Holmes next
Rating: B (79)

The announcers preview matches 5 and 6: Matsuki gets a showcase against KC Glenn, while Yoshimi stares down his previous two challengers in Crossed Wires, and the young Jimbo, who wants to challenge him next, but needs to earn that right
Rating: B+ (85)

The announce team previews the main event: Ryoma and Masaru are confident that they should be the team to challenge the Glory Tag Crown holders KoiShima, and if they can pick up the victory here their claim will be hard to deny
Rating: B+ (86)



Kazuhige Matsuki vs. KC Glenn
Matsuki (7:06) via Fist of Fury
Showcase is, as showcase does
Rating: C+ (69)

Nobuatsu Tatsuko & Team Dynasty 2000 - Yoshimi Mushashibo & Shuji Inukai vs. Seiji Jimbo & Kurosuwaiyā - Eisaku Kunomasu & Tetsunori Yasuda
Seiji (13:01) via Jimbo Driver on Shuji
With Crossed Wires running interference, Seiji is able to pick up the win on Yoshimi's tag partner, making his claim to the Glory Crown known for all
Rating: B+ (86)

Kozue Kawashima, PRIDE Koiso & JOJI vs. Ryoma Muruyama, Masaru Ugaki & Omezo Shikitei
Masaru (15:43) via Ugaki Clutch on JOJI
Speaking of challengers making their claims, Ryoma and Masaru do just that sending a strong message to the new Glory Tag Crown holders that their reign very well may be a short one
Rating: B+ (87)


Ryoma & Masaru celebrate after the match with the two of them making it clear that they will settle for nothing less than an opportunity at the Glory Tag Crown at Night of DESIRE
Rating: A (90)


Final Rating: B+ (86)
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Re: A Story of Pride, Glory, Honor (TEW 2013 Simulation)

Post by GooberBM » Fri Feb 20, 2015 9:26 pm

Pride Glory Honor Wrestling Presents Road to DESIRE

PGHW is proud to announce the partial card for the next major show on the calendar, Night of DESIRE, scheduled for Sunday Week 4 September 2013

() Special Singles Match: Eien Miyamoto vs. Kazuhige Matsuki
This is a very important matchup for two up and coming wrestlers trying to find their singles footing, and build some momentum to maybe find a way into the upcoming Elite Tag Series in November

() International Title Match: Bryan Holmes (8th Champion) vs. Akinori Kwakami (Challenger)
Fourth Defense

Akinori has more than patiently waited for this opportunity, after beating Holmes in the HONOR Cup tournament, back in August, but now it is his turn and his year would turn successful very fast if he could upend the International Champion and take the title away

() Glory Tag Crown Match: Kozue Kawashima & PRIDE Koiso (22nd Champions) vs. Masaru Ugaki & Ryoma Muruyama (Challengers)
First Defense

Masaru and Ryoma have had themselves an up and down year, but they were quick to put their singles disappointments aside and remind everyone why they are always a threat as a unit, and now they'll get to test the mettle of the new champions KoiShima

() Glory Crown Match: Yoshimi Mushashibo (18th Champion) vs. Seiji Jimbo (Challenger)
Third Defense

Some would say this is too much too soon. Some would say that he's being handed an opportunity he doesn't deserve, but Seiji Jimbo cares about none of that because when he receives an opportunity, he makes it count. He did that when he was trained by Eisaku Kunomasu, he did that to win the Historical Japan and International Titles, and now he's gotten an opportunity to fight for the Glory Crown against arguably the best wrestler in PGHW history. Say whatever you will about how he's gotten here, but bet against Seiji Jimbo at your own peril
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Re: A Story of Pride, Glory, Honor (TEW 2013 Simulation)

Post by GooberBM » Sat Feb 21, 2015 6:18 am

Pride Glory Honor Wrestling Presents Road to DESIRE
Monday Week 1 September 2013 - Iwakuni Stadium (Chugoku) Attendance: 8457

The announce team of Keiji Takeda, Sosa Morri & Koryusai Kitoaji open the show for the audience focusing on the duo of prelude matches for the two Glory Crowns. PRIDE Koiso vs. Ryoma Muruyama and the 6 man tag main event
Rating: B+ (85)


Cutlure Clash - Acid II & Hiro Takkimoto vs. Nextwave - Mashashi Urogataya & Haranobu Kobayashi
Hiro (6:06) via Backdrop Driver on Urogataya
Rating: D (46)

Kazuhige Matsuki & Totoya Munakata vs. KC Glenn & Greg Gauge
Matsuki (8:02) via Fist of Fury on Gauge
Rating: C+ (66)

Team Toronto - Lee Bennett & Alexander Robinson vs. Stone Torch - Stone Yoshikawa and Torch Nakazawa
Torch (9:59) via Tsunami Legdrop on Robinson
Rating: C- (57)

PRIDE Koiso vs. Ryoma Muruyama
PRIDE (15:02) via Koiso Kutter
Rating: B (82)


PRIDE celebrates his win reminding the audience who carries the PRIDE of PGHW, after all
Rating: A (89)



Intermission


The announcers recap match 1: Culture Clash picks up a very solid win over a Nextwave team that had been building momentum up recently
Rating: C- (54)

The announcers recap match 2: Matsuki & Totoya come together and work well, dispatching the young gaijin team, and looking like they may be a partnership that could last, if they put in the time
Rating: C+ (67)

The announcers recap match 3: Stone Torch picks up their biggest win as a team, knocking off the legendary Team Toronto
Rating: B- (71)

The announcers recap match 4 and preview match 5: PRIDE Koiso once again beats Ryoma (as he did in the Elite Series), and show that KoiShima is still at the top of the heap. The next match up with be a match between Tsurayuki Kamachi and JOJI with each trying to impress the fans with their strength
Rating: B- (72)

The announcers preview match 6: Crossed Wires and KitoGuchi are across from each other in this match as we watch them begin to jockey for position towards the Elite Tag Series, in 6 man action
Rating: B (82)

The announce team previews the main event: In the second prelude match of the night, the upcoming Glory Crown and Glory Tag Crown matches as Masaru Ugaki teams up with Seiji Jimbo and Tanyu Toshusai to take on the team of Yoshimi Mushashibo, Kozue Kawashima and Fujio Narahashi
Rating: B+ (86)



Tsurayuki Kamachi vs. JOJI
Kamachi (6:39) via rollup
mm hmm
Rating: D+ (49)

SATO & Kurosuwaiyā - Eisaku Kunomasu & Tetsunori Yasuda vs. Hito Suzuki & KitoGuchi - Chojiro Kitoaji & Bussho Makiguchi
Chojiro (10:43) via Kitoaji Lariat on SATO
KitoGuchi is certainly trying to right the ship after a disasterous August tour, and they're off on the right foot here
Rating: B+ (84)

Masaru Ugaki, Seiji Jimbo & Tanyu Toshusai vs. Yoshimi Mushashibo, Kozue Kawashima & Fujio Narahashi
Yoshimi (15:26) via Yoshimi Lock on Tanyu
Yoshimi Mushashibo laughs in the face of the challenge being presented by Seiji Jimbo, and he laughs in the face of the tiny little Historical Japan Title as he blows the young Toshusai clear out of the water
Rating: A (92)


Yoshimi demands Seiji stay and sulk as he explains very clearly that Seiji Jimbo should not be the challenger to the Glory Crown, because he is not ready. They both know that he cannot and will not defeat the Strength of the World, no matter what his Bloodline happens to be. He vows to take it easy on the young Jimbo (the crowd is getting riled up and nearly ready to boo Yoshimi out of the arena) and maybe Seiji can grow more and return in a year or two when he might be ready to challenge him because he is beyond the very best in all of PGHW and there's no way that the "Bloodline" can reach him, as the Strength of the World continues to carry PGHW onward. Yoshimi then dismisses Seiji and celebrates to end the show
Rating: A* (96)


Final Rating: A (89)
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Re: A Story of Pride, Glory, Honor (TEW 2013 Simulation)

Post by GooberBM » Sat Feb 21, 2015 6:34 am

Pride Glory Honor Wrestling Presents Road to DESIRE
Thursday Week 1 September 2013 - Fukuoka Athletics Stadium (Kyushu) Attendance: 8754

Pre-Show Match: William Hayes, Mito Miwa Kazuhige Matsuki & Totoya Munakata vs. Danger Kumasaka, Omezo Shikitei & Team Toronto - Lee Bennett & Alexander Robinson
Hayes (6:30) via Slick Trick on Omezo
Rating: C+ (69)

The announce team of Keiji Takeda, Sosa Morri & Koryusai Kitoaji open the show for the audience focusing on the duo of prelude matches for the 3 announced title matches: Kozue Kawashima vs. Masaru Ugaki and the International Champion and Glory Crown Holder teaming to face their challengers
Rating: B (81)


SATO, KC Glenn & Greg Gauge vs. Torch Nakazawa & Nextwave - Mashashi Urogataya & Haranobu Kobayashi
Torch (8:30) via Tsunami Legdrop on Gauge
Rating: C (61)

Ryoma Muruyama & Art Reed vs. PRIDE Koiso & Shuji Inukai
Art (9:39) via Dread Lock on Shuji
Rating: B- (73)

Noriyori Sanda vs. Tetsunori Yasuda
Yasuda (9:31) via Minilla Plunge
Rating: B+ (83)

Kozue Kawashima vs. Masaru Ugaki
Masaru (13:06) via rollup
Rating: B (81)



Intermission


The announcers recap matches 1 and 2: Torch Nakazawa continues the strong form of Stone Torch all on his own, while Ryoma Muruyama and Art Reed pick up a surprising victory as Ryoma cancels out PRIDE Koiso and Reed shocks Shuji Inukai
Rating: C (65)

The announcers recap matches 3 and 4: Yasuda does what he do in clearing out Noriyori Sanda, while Kozue Kawashima is on his way to handling Masaru Ugaki but leaves the backdoor open, and Masaru cashes in the opportunity
Rating: B+ (84)

The announcers preview matches 5 and 6: Eien Miyamoto takes a step back from his rise up the card to team with Fujio Narahashi against Culture Clash, while Eisaku Kunomasu and Bussho Makiguchi meet, with the tension from the last show still apparent
Rating: C (61)

We then switch to Sosa Morri who is with Seiji Jimbo in a pre-taped interview. Morri asks Seiji to respond to the words Yoshimi spoke to him previously and Seiji understands why people feel the way they feel. He cannot change that his uncle is the legendary Sadahiro Jumbo, a man who defined Japanese wrestling and founded PGHW. And he doesn't want to change that fact, he wants to take that legacy to new heights. It has been a long time since a Jimbo was spoken of in high esteem because of what they did in the ring, and he sees the pride his uncle has when he sees Seiji carrying the Jimbo name. And Seiji plans on doing more than just carrying the name, he's going to prove that it is the biggest name in all of Japan, and Yoshimi Mushashibo will learn what a mistake it is to disrespect the Bloodline of PGHW
Rating: B+ (84)

The announce team previews the main event: After those passionate words, the announcers are sure that Seiji will have a physical response to Yoshimi in their tag match, also featuring Bryan Holmes and his International Title challenger Akinori Kwakami
Rating: B+ (86)



Eien Miyamoto & Fujio Narahashi vs. Culture Clash - Acid II & Hiro Takimoto
Eien (7:01) via STF on Acid
Eien Miyamoto and Fujio Narahashi get along well, in dispatching Culture Clash
Rating: C- (53)


Eisaku Kunomasu vs. Bussho Makiguchi
Eisaku (8:39) via Kunomasu Vice
Bussho is part of a great team but he's still got a ways to go as a singles performer before he can reach the level of a Kunomasu
Rating: B+ (84)


Yoshimi Mushashibo & Bryan Holmes vs. Seiji Jimbo & Akinori Kwakami
Yoshimi (16:14) via Yoshimi Lock on Akinori
Seiji Jimbo provides a stiffer challenge this time, but Yoshimi is able to target the other challenger and lock him up
Rating: B+ (84)


Yoshimi & Bryan celebrate their victory, looking confident that they will overcome their challengers come Night of DESIRE
Rating: B+ (84)


Final Rating: B+ (83)
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Re: A Story of Pride, Glory, Honor (TEW 2013 Simulation)

Post by GooberBM » Sat Feb 21, 2015 6:48 am

Pride Glory Honor Wrestling Presents Road to DESIRE
Monday Week 2 September 2013 - Nagoya Sports Stadium (Chubu) Attendance: 10000

The announce team of Keiji Takeda, Sosa Morri & Koryusai Kitoaji open the show for the audience focusing on
Rating: B+ (86)


Culture Clash - Acid II & Hiro Takimoto & Omezo Shikitei vs. Nextwave - Mashashi Urogataya & Haranobu Kobayashi & JOJI
Hiro (6:07) via lariat on JOJI
Rating: D+ (48)

William Hayes & Totoya Munakata vs. Simon Flemmingway & Fujio Narahashi
Hayes (7:22) via Sick Trick on Simon
Rating: C+ (66)

Tetsunori Yasuda vs. Bussho Makiguchi
Yasuda (10:12) via Minilla Plunge
Rating: B- (75)

Eisaku Kunomasu vs. Chojiro Kitoaji
Chojiro (8:46) via Kitoaji Lariat
Rating: B+ (84)



Intermission


The announcers recap match 1: Culture Clash pulls another one out on Nextwave, this time using JOJI to do do so
Rating: E+ (31)

The announcers recap match 2: William Hayes uses his Sick Trick to beat the fellow Gaijin in the matchup and pick up a strong victory for himself
Rating: B- (75)

The announcers recap matches 3 and 4: Crossed Wires and KitoGuchi continue to jockey for position as they build towards the Elite Tag Series and tonight's results are inconclusive, because while Tetsunori Yasuda defeats Bussho Makiguchi, Chojiro Kitoaji finally pulls off a major singles victory, by defeating Eisaku Kunomasu
Rating: B (82)

The announcers preview match 5: Stone Torch looks to continue their dominance of the lower portion of the card, in preparing themselves for the Elite Tag Series
Rating: D+ (50)

The announcers preview match 6: The Glory Crown Holder and International Champion pair up again to face their challengers, in another prelude matchup
Rating: B+ (84)

The announce team previews the main event: Another Glory Tag Crown prelude match, this time with Eien Miyamoto joining KoiShima and Kazuhige Matsuki joining the challengers for a six man tag match
Rating: B+ (86)



Hito Suzuki, Shiba Mizoguchi & Tsurayuki Kamachi vs. Stone Torch - Stone Yoshikawa & Torch Nakazawa & KAMISAKA
Stone (6:35) via Ankle Lock on Kamachi
Stone Torch continues their upward climb, on the lower members of the roster
Rating: C+ (68)

Yoshimi Mushashibo & Bryan Holmes vs. Seiji Jimbo & Akinori Kwakami
Seiji (14:05) via Seiji Ocean Lock on Holmes
Seiji Jimbo gets one back on Bryan Holmes, as a symbolic victory that he is beyond chasing after the smaller belts. The only title he has eyes for right now is the Glory Crown
Rating: B (79)

PRIDE Koiso, Kozue Kawashima & Eien Miyamoto vs. Ryoma Muruyama, Masaru Ugaki & Kazuhige Matsuki
PRIDE (14:38) via Koiso Kutter on Matsuki
The Glory Tag Crown holders push back their challengers again and PRIDE drops the killing blow on Matsuki
Rating: B+ (83)


The winners celebrate their victory and vow to retain the Glory Tag Crown
Rating: B+ (87)


Final Rating: B (82)
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Re: A Story of Pride, Glory, Honor (TEW 2013 Simulation)

Post by GooberBM » Sat Feb 21, 2015 7:01 am

Pride Glory Honor Wrestling Presents Road to DESIRE
Thursday Week 2 September 2013 - Fukushima Stadium (Tohoku) Attendance: 9951

Pre-Show Match: Art Reed & Team Toronto - Lee Bennett & Alexander Robinson vs. Totoya Munakata, Mito Miwa & Omezo Shikitei
Totoya (5:45) via rollup on Robinson
Rating: C (64)

The announce team of Keiji Takeda, Sosa Morri & Koryusai Kitoaji open the show for the audience focusing on the main event prelude match for the Glory Crowns
Rating: B (81)


SATO & Acid II vs. KC Glenn & Greg Gauge
SATO (5:31) via Wind Sprint Elbow on Glenn
Rating: C (63)

Acid II & KitoGuchi - Chojiro Kitoaji & Bussho Makiguchi vs. Kazuhige Matsuki, Shiba Mizoguchi & Tsurayuki Kamachi
Bussho (8:28) via Blazing Elbow on Kamachi
Rating: B- (71) (accidental double booking of Acid here)

Noriyori Sanda vs. William Hayes
Hayes (7:52) via Sick Trick
Rating: C (61)

Kurosuwaiyā - Eisaku Kunomasu & Tetsunori Yasuda vs. Nextwave - Mashashi Urogataya & Haranobu Kobayashi
Eisaku (11:48) via Kunomasu Vice on Mashashi
Rating: B (80)



Intermission


The announcers recap match 1: SATO and Acid handle things against the young Gaijin team
Rating: C (64)

The announcers recap match 2: KitoGuchi is more than ready for the Elite Tag Series, as they don't look to wait long to recapture their Glory Tag Crown
Rating: C+ (69)

The announcers recap matches 3 and 4: William Hayes has an actual win streak, go figure, while Crossed Wires take Nextwave out for a test drive to see what they've got, and while it's not bad, they definitely have a ways to go to grow and face a team like Crossed Wires as equals
Rating: C (62)

The announcers preview matches 5 and 6: Tanyu Toshusai's next challenger has ben decided, as Hiro Takimoto and he will put the Historical Japan title on the line here tonight, while Bryan Holmes and Akinori continue their prelude matches for their International Title match, with another 6 man tag match
Rating: B (77)

The announce team previews the main event: The Glory Crowns are in prelude here once again, in 6 man tag action
Rating: B+ (88)



Historical Japan Title Match
Tanyu Toshusai (29th Champion) vs. Hiro Takimoto (Challenger)
Third Defense
Tanyu (7:54) via Dangerous Brainbuster
Tanyu continues to build his reign up with another solid victory
Rating: C- (53)

Bryan Holmes & Stone Torch - Stone Yoshikawa & Torch Nakazawa vs. Akinori Kwakami, Eien Miyamoto & Fujio Narahashi
Stone (10:33) via Ankle Lock on Fujio
With Bryan and Akinori cancelling out, Stone Torch gets the floor to shine and they do just that
Rating: B- (74)

Yoshimi Mushashibo, Pride Koiso & Kozue Kawashima vs. Seiji Jimbo, Masaru Ugaki & Ryoma Muruayama
Yoshimi (17:52) via Yoshimi Lock on Ryoma
Yeah, the Glory Crown Holders aren't looking to share their spot and while the three have obvious tension, with KoiShima calling to win the Triple Crown and all, they aren't looking to give the opponents in front of them anything. And tonight, they don't
Rating: A (90)


The Glory Crown Holders celebrate their win with catchphrases galore
Rating: A* (99)


Final Rating: B+ (88)
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Re: A Story of Pride, Glory, Honor (TEW 2013 Simulation)

Post by GooberBM » Sat Feb 21, 2015 7:38 am

Pride Glory Honor Wrestling Presents Road to DESIRE
Monday Week 3 September 2013 - Kochi Stadium (Shikoku) Attendance: 5000

The announce team of Keiji Takeda, Sosa Morri & Koryusai Kitoaji open the show for the audience focusing on the main event double prelude match for both Glory Crown matches
Rating: B+ (86)


Hito Suzuki, SImon Flemmingway & Tsurayuki Kamachi vs. Noriyori Sanda & Stone Torch - Stone Yoshikawa & Torch Nakazawa
Sanda (7:23) via Vortex Crush on Simon
Rating: C+ (67)

Omezo Shikitei, JOJI & KAMISAKA vs. Fujio Narahashi, Tanyu Toshusai & BISON Yano
Tanyu (6:59) via Dangerous Brainbuster on JOJI
Rating: C- (54)

KitoGuchi - Chojiro Kitoaji & Bussho Makiguchi vs. KC Glenn & Greg Gauge
Bussho (9:27) via Blazing Elbow on Glenn
Rating: B (82)

Bryan Holmes, William Hayes & Kazuhige Matsuki vs. Akinori Kwakami, Eien Miyamoto & Totoya Munakata
Akinori (11:56) via Kwakami Painlock on Hayes
Rating: B (78)


Akinori celebrates
Rating: B+ (85)



Intermission


The announcers recap match 1: Sanda and Stone Torch take care of business
Rating: C+ (67)

The announcers recap match 2: Tanyu Toshusai is surrounded by potential challengers to his Historical Japan Title but he handles it like a champion and picks up the victory himself
Rating: D+ (52)

The announcers recap match 3: KitoGuchi does the same, hoping to send a message specifically to Crossed Wires that this is what they can expect come the Elite Tag Series
Rating: B (77)

The announcers recap match 4: Akinori Kwakami finally picks up a measure of victory for himself, taking this match from the International Champion and getting the pinfall for himself
Rating: C+ (66)

The announcers preview matches 5 and 6: Hiro Takimoto looks to test himself again, after his failed bid at the Historical Japan Title as SATO looks to possibly get himself in line for that very shot, while Crossed Wires will face Nextwave, in the young team's most high profile match ever
Rating: C- (58)

The announce team previews the main event: Once again with the Glory Crown double prelude
Rating: B (79)



Hiro Takimoto vs. SATO
SATO (6:32) via Wind Sprint Elbow
SATO show Hiro that he has a lot more growth to make before he's on this level
Rating: C- (57)

Kurosuwaiyā - Eisaku Kunomasu & Tetsunori Yasuda vs. Nextwave - Mashashi Urogataya & Haranobu Kobayashi
Eisaku (12:28) via Kunomasu Vice on Haranobu
Crossed Wires takes KitoGuchi on their challenge and carries a young team that wants to rise through the wringer
Rating: B (78)
Yoshimi Mushashibo, Pride Koiso & Kozue Kawashima vs. Seiji Jimbo, Masaru Ugaki & Ryoma Muruayama
Kozue (17:48) via Kawashima Driver 2005 on Ryoma
Same result, different finish
Rating: A (92)


Glory Crown Holders celebrate their victory again
Rating: A* (96)


Final Rating: A (89)
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Re: A Story of Pride, Glory, Honor (TEW 2013 Simulation)

Post by GooberBM » Sat Feb 21, 2015 8:11 am

Pride Glory Honor Wrestling Presents Road to DESIRE
Thursday Week 3 September 2013 - New Mei Sports Stadium (Kinki) Attendance: 9992

The announce team of Keiji Takeda, Sosa Morri & Koryusai Kitoaji open the show for the audience focusing on the main event double prelude match for both Glory Crown matches
Rating: B+ (88)


Fujio Narahashi, KC Glenn & Greg Gauge vs. Tsurayuki Kamachi & Nextwave - Mashashi Urogataya & Haranobu Kobayashi
Fujio (7:04) via lariat on Mashashi
Rating: C+ (67)

SATO & Shiba Mizoguchi vs. Tanyu Toshusai & Simon Flemmingway
SATO (8:07) via Wind Sprint Elbow on Simon
Rating: C- (58)

KitoGuchi - Chojiro Kitoaji & Bussho Makiguchi vs. Omezo Shikitei & KAMISAKA
Chojiro (8:08) via Kitoaji Lariat on KAMISAKA
Rating: B- (76)

Art Reed & Hito Suzuki vs. Stone Torch - Stone Yoshikawa & Torch Nakazawa
Torch (12:55) via Tsunami Ledgrop on Hito
Rating: B (79)



Intermission

The announcers recap match 1: Fujio Narahashi gets a big pinfall victory, and seems to put himself on the radar for potential partners that he is someone to watch
Rating: C (59)

The announcers recap match 2: Tanyu Toshusai looks to do away with more potential challengers to his Historical Japan Title, but this time SATO gets the best of it and is looking to put himself right into prime position to be the next challenger
Rating: B- (73)

The announcers recap match 3: KitoGuchi continues their parade through the lower ranks, taking on and beating the young Omezo Shikitei & KAMISAKA
Rating: C (62)

The announcers recap match 4: Stone Torch beat Art Reed and Hito Suzuki as they continue to build their momentum towards the Elite Tag Series
Rating: B- (75)

The announcers preivew match 5: Holmes and Akinori do battle again in prelude to their International Title match
Rating: B+ (84)

The announcers preview match 6: Crossed Wires and Culture Clash do battle again
Rating: C+ (67)

The announce team previews the main event: Once again the Glory Crown Holders and their challengers do battle
Rating: A (89)



Bryan Holmes, William Hayes & Kazuhige Matsuki vs. Akinori Kwakami, Eien Miyamoto & Totoya Munakata
Akinori (8:24) via Kwakami Painlock on Hayes
Akinori continues building momentum here
Rating: B- (75)

Kurosuwaiyā - Eisaku Kunomasu & Tetsunori Yasuda vs. Culture Clash - Acid II & Hiro Takimoto
Yasuda (11:41) via Minilla Plunge on Acid
Culture Clash looks impressive but Crossed Wires is way too much for them
Rating: B+ (83)

Yoshimi Mushashibo, Kozue Kawashima & PRIDE Koiso vs. Seiji Jimbo, Ryoma Muruyama & Masaru Ugaki
Seiji (17:39) via Jimbo Driver on Kozue
Seiji Jimbo gets the victory in, easily, the best match of the new PGHW era. Yoshimi has to take the loss with difficulty
Rating: A* (98)


The winners celebrate, with Seiji making clear that he will not be deterred and he will make the Glory Crown his, on the Bloodline of PGHW he swears it
Rating: B+ (83)


Final Rating: A (91)
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Re: A Story of Pride, Glory, Honor (TEW 2013 Simulation)

Post by GooberBM » Sat Feb 21, 2015 8:58 am

Pride Glory Honor Wrestling Presents Road to DESIRE
Monday Week 4 September 2013 - Asahikawa Stadium (Hokkaido) Attendance: 8589

The announce team of Keiji Takeda, Sosa Morri & Koryusai Kitoaji open the show for the audience focusing on the Glory Tag Crown prelude singles matches and the Glory Crown-Historical Japan prelude match
Rating: B+ (86)


Noriyori Sanda, KC Glenn & Greg Gauge vs. Alexander Robinson & Culture Clash - Acid II & Hiro Takimoto
Sanda (6:27) via Vortex Crush on Acid
Rating: D+ (50)

Kazuhige Matsuki & Totoya Munakata vs. Eien Miyamoto & Fujio Narahashi
Matsuki (7:29) via Fist of Fury on Fujio
Rating: C+ (68)

Bryan Holmes & William Hayes vs. Mito Miwa & Akinori Kwakami
Holmes (8:05) via Final Impact on Miwa
Rating: B (80)

Kozue Kawashima vs. Ryoma Muruyama
Kozue (12:23) via Kawashima Driver 2005
Rating: B (79)



Intermission

The announcers recap match 1: Sanda carries the young Gaijin over the old foreigner and young guys
Rating: C (63)

The announcers recap match 2: Kazuhige Matsuki comes together with Totoya Munakata to beat Eien Miyamoto and young Fujio Narahashi
Rating: B (78)

The announcers recap matches 3 and 4: Holmes and Hayes get the victory over Akinori and Miwa, while Kozue Kawashima handles his business against Ryoma Muruyama
Rating: B+ (85)
The announcers preview match 5: KitoGuchi gets their turn to go with Nextwave
Rating: C (65)

The announcers preview match 6: Yoshimi Mushashibo & SATO team up to take on the team of Seiji Jimbo and Tanyu Toshusai
Rating: B+ (88)

The announce team previews the main event: PRIDE Koiso and Masaru Ugaki face each other as they continue the prelude for the Glory Tag Crown
Rating: B (78)



KitoGuchi - Chojiro Kitoaji & Bussho Makiguchi vs. Nextwave - Mashashi Urogataya & Haranobu Kobayashi
Bussho (6:37) via Blazing Elbow on Haranobu
KitoGuchi gets the victory but not as impressively as Crossed Wires has been able to
Rating: C (65)

Yoshimi Mushashibo & SATO vs. Seiji Jimbo & Tanyu Toshusai
Yoshimi (15:27) via Yoshimi Lock on Tanyu
Yoshimi exerts some control over Seiji and beats the Historical Japan Champion
Rating: B (80)

PRIDE Koiso vs. Masaru Ugaki
Masaru (14:15) via Ugaki Clutch
Masaru pulls off the upset, making PRIDE Koiso tap out to the Ugaki Clutch
Rating: B (81)


Masaru celebrates the victory and letting KoiShima know their reign will be a very short one
Rating: A (92)


Final Rating: B+ (83)
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Re: A Story of Pride, Glory, Honor (TEW 2013 Simulation)

Post by GooberBM » Sat Feb 21, 2015 9:14 am

Pride Glory Honor Wrestling Presents Road to DESIRE
Thursday Week 4 September 2013 - Tochigi Sports Stadium (Kanto) Attendance: 10000

The announce team of Keiji Takeda, Sosa Morri & Koryusai Kitoaji open the show for the audience focusing on the Glory Tag Crown prelude singles matches and the Glory Crown-Historical Japan prelude match
Rating: B+ (87)


Simon Flemmingway & Team Energy - Nobuatsu Tatsuko & Noriyori Sanda vs. Tsurayuki Kamachi & KitoGuchi - Chojiro Kitoaji & Bussho Makiguchi
Chojiro (6:09) via Kitoaji Lariat on Simon
Rating: C+ (70)

Culture Clash - Acid II & Hiro Takimoto vs. KC Glenn & Greg Gauge vs. Nextwave - Haranobu Kobayashi & Mashashi Urogataya
Gauge (9:03) via rollup over Acid
Rating: C- (53)

JOJI & Kurosuwaiyā - Eisaku Kunomasu & Tetsunori Yasuda vs. Stone Torch - Stone Yoshikawa & Torch Nakazawa & KAMISAKA
Eisaku (10:07) via Kunomasu Vice on KAMISAKA
Rating: B- (72)

Ryoma Muruyama vs. PRIDE Koiso
PRIDE (12:38) via Running Koiso Kutter
Rating: B (82)



Intermission

The announcers review match 1: KitoGuchi continues their build to the Elite Tag Series with another solid victory
Rating: C+ (66)

The announcers review match 2: Gauge and Glenn pick up a big win in the 3-Way Tag match, making a small bit of separation between them, Culture Clash, and Nextwave
Rating: D (47)

The announcers review match 3: Stone Torch steps up to Crossed Wires and do well, but Kunomasu is able to isolate KAMISAKA and tap him out
Rating: C (63)

The announcers review match 4: PRIDE Koiso puts KoiShima up again, going into Night of DESIRE by beating Ryoma again here
Rating: B (80)

The announcers preview match 5: The final Glory Crown prelude match is finally up as Yoshimi and Seiji show their final preparations for their match at Night of DESIRE
Rating: C (65)

The announcers preiew the main event matches: The International title and Glory Tag Crown continue their preludes as we draw close to Night of DESIRE
Rating: B+ (84)



Team Dynasty 2000 - Yoshimi Mushashibo & Shuji Inukai vs. Toshu-Bo - Seiji Jimbo & Tanyu Toshusai
Yoshimi (12:35) via Yoshimi Lock on Tanyu
TD 2000 is victorious over the young Toshu-Bo team as Yoshimi looks ready to defend against Seiji
Rating: B+ (84)

Bryan Holmes, William Hayes & Omezo Shikitei vs. Akinori Kwakami, SATO & Totoya Munakata
Akinori (7:41) via Red Star Neckbreaker on Omezo
Akinori comes one step closer to the International Title, debuting a new finisher called the Red Star Neckbreaker, to beat Omezo and promises Holmes will meet the same fate
Rating: C+ (68)


We watch Kozue and Masaru enter the ring before the main event
Rating: B- (76)


Kozue Kawashima vs. Masaru Ugaki
Kozue (7:48) via Kawashima Driver 2005
Kozue and Masaru sprint to a finish and Kozue makes it count first
Rating: B+ (83)


Kozue celebrates the victory promising KoiShima will retain the Glory Tag Crown
Rating: A* (97)


Final Rating: B+ (83)
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Re: A Story of Pride, Glory, Honor (TEW 2013 Simulation)

Post by Greg_McNeish » Sat Feb 21, 2015 9:57 am

I feel like Miwa got the pin at HONOR just to fuck with me.
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