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All Japan on Nippon: Excite Series - Tag 2
Date: Week 4 - January 2001
Location: Gamagori Motorboat Place
Attendance: 7,565
TV Rating: 4.21
Show Rating: B+ Overall

World Tag Team Tournament Quarter-Final
Hayabusa & Jinsei Shinzaki defeat "Dr. Death" Steve Williams & The Gladiator
(D Rating)
**Aftermath: A SEETHING Gladiator clears the ring of Hayabusa & Shinzaki, then hits Dr. Death with an Awesome Bomb because he cost them the match. Gladiator says he's the baddest mother ****ing gaijin in Japan.

World Tag Team Tournament Quarter-Final
Hiroshi Hase & Taiyo Kea defeat Jun Akiyama & Yoshinobu Kanemaru
Midway match, Akiyama steps down from the ring apron and refuses to accept a tag, thus leaving Kanemaru in a 2-on-1 situation.
(B+ Rating)
**Aftermath: Akiyama picks up a beaten and defenseless Kanemaru and is about to finish him, but Hase stops him, gets in his face and tells Akiyama that IF he’s looking for a fight, then how about fighting someone his own size?

World Tag Team Tournament Quarter-Final
Holy Demon Army (Toshiaki Kawada & Akira Taue) defeat Takeshi Morishima & Takeshi Rikio
(B Rating)

The same vignette from last week plays hyping up Rey Mysterio Jr's arrival in All Japan

World Tag Team Tournament Quarter-Final
NO FEAR (Yoshihiro Takayama & Takao Omori) defeat Mitsuharu Misawa & Yoshinari Ogawa
(B+ Rating)
**Aftermath: The crowd cannot believe it! Takayama has pinned Misawa AGAIN and has now knocked him out of both the Triple Crown tournament and the Tag tournament! Takayama plants his foot on the downed Misawa's chest as he and Omori raise each other's hand.


Updated AJPW Excite Series big event card on Week 2 February
- Unified World Tag Team Championships: TBD vs. TBD



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2/4 - joemurphy
2/4 - DREAM~!
2/4 - Hollywood
1/4 - DGenerationMC

Thanks for reading and predicting, lads!

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Originally Posted by All Japan on Nippon: Excite Series - Tag 3
Mohammed Yone vs. The Gladiator
Misawa, Ogawa & Marufuji vs. Fuchi, Sugiura, & Kobayashi
Semif-Final: Holy Demon Army vs. Hayabusa & Shinzaki
Semif-Final: Hase & Kea vs. NO FEAR
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World Report: Transactions & Rumors
February 2001 v1.0


Signings
signed Vader (Written)
signed Rey Mysterio Jr (Written)
signed Mike Awesome (PPA)
signed Hayabusa (PPA)

Releases
released Steve Corino
released The F.B.I
released Super Crazy
released Ballz Mahoney



Rumors
- Mike Awesome made his return to Japan as The Gladiator and was originally supposed to have a big run as Steve William's regular tag partner. However, it's reported that they had WOAT team chemistry so those plans were quickly scrapped. Look for these 2 to work a singles program in the coming months.
- The bidding war for Rey Mysterio Jr between WWF and AJPW was said to be outrageous. Mysterio went from making $6,000 per month to now possibly making as much as $40,000. If that number is true, then that also gives credence to the rumors that AJPW are now financially backed by the Yakuza and were the party who bought Mrs. Baba's share of AJPW.
- Speaking of AJPW, rumor has it the contract for Mitsuharu Misawa is expiring in 6-weeks. Seeing that Misawa already makes $50,000 per month and is no longer considered loyal to AJPW, the bidding war between AJPW and NJPW could reach insane levels. How high a salary and how long a term is too high for AJPW to let him go?

Top Title Changes

Kane won the 2001 WWF Royal Rumble
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Well, now Rey has to be the centerpiece of your junior division. Given how good he is you could probably use him to elevate the division as to be the equal of the heavyweight scene.
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Mohammed Yone vs. The Gladiator
Misawa, Ogawa & Marufuji vs. Fuchi, Sugiura, & Kobayashi
Semif-Final: Holy Demon Army vs. Hayabusa & Shinzaki
Semif-Final: Hase & Kea vs. NO FEAR
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Low-key the best dynasty on here.
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Mohammed Yone vs. The Gladiator
Misawa, Ogawa & Marufuji vs. Fuchi, Sugiura, & Kobayashi
Semif-Final: Holy Demon Army vs. Hayabusa & Shinzaki
Semif-Final: Hase & Kea vs. NO FEAR
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Mohammed Yone vs. The Gladiator
Misawa, Ogawa & Marufuji vs. Fuchi, Sugiura, & Kobayashi
Semif-Final: Holy Demon Army vs. Hayabusa & Shinzaki
Semif-Final: Hase & Kea vs. NO FEAR

Corino could be useful, i think.
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All Japan on Nippon: Excite Series - Tag 3
Date: Week 1 - February 2001
Location: Iizuka Car Race Place
Attendance: 5,000 NO VACANCY!
TV Rating: 4.04
Show Rating: B- Overall

Quote:
The Gladiator squashes Mohammed Yone
C Rating
**Aftermath: "Dr. Death" Steve Williams hits the ring and exchanges blows with The Gladiator. Dr. Death gets the upper hand. He then tells Gladiator "You want it? You got it! TOUGH GUY!"

Misawa, Ogawa, & Marufuji defeat Fuchi, Kobayashi, & Sugiura
B- Rating

World Tag Team Tournament Semi-Final
Holy Demon Army (Toshiaki Kawada & Akira Taue) defeat Jinsei Shinzaki & Hayabusa
B Rating

Vignette airs hyping up Rey Mysterio Jr's debut in All Japan NEXT WEEK

World Tag Team Tournament Semi-Final
NO FEAR (Yoshihiro Takayama & Takao Omori) defeat Hiroshi Hase & Taiyo Kea
B- Rating
**Aftermath: Triple Crown Champion Jun Akiyama runs out and hits Hase with an Exploder. Akiyama says Hase is right: he should fight someone his own size. Akiyama accepts Hase's challenge from last week.


Updated AJPW Excite Series big event card on Sat Week 2 February
- Triple Crown Championship: Jun Akiyama (C) vs. Hiroshi Hase
- Unified World Tag Team Championship: NO FEAR vs. Holy Demon Army
- "Dr. Death" Steve Williams vs. The Gladiator



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Pick Em:

4/4 Blodyxe
4/4 DGenerationMC
3/4 DREAM~!

Thanks for reading and predicting, lads! Apologies if I'm going too fast and if people have missed getting predictions in, but I can't help myself gonna get the next show up tonight so I can do the PPV tomorrow!

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Originally Posted by All Japan on Nippon: Excite Series - Tag 4
"Dr. Death" Steve Williams vs. Mike Barton
Mitsuharu Misawa & Yoshinari Ogawa vs. Taiyo Kea & Rey Mysterio Jr.
Jun Akiyama & NO FEAR vs. Hiroshi Hase & Holy Demon Army

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"Dr. Death" Steve Williams vs. Mike Barton
Mitsuharu Misawa & Yoshinari Ogawa vs. Taiyo Kea & Rey Mysterio Jr.
Jun Akiyama & NO FEAR vs. Hiroshi Hase & Holy Demon Army
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Unread 01-31-2018, 08:42 PM
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All Japan on Nippon: Excite Series - Tag 4
Date: Week 2 - February 2001
Location: Okayama Budokan
Attendance: 5,600 NO VACANCY!
TV Rating: 4.13
Show Rating: B+ Overall

Quote:

"Dr. Death" Steve Williams defeats Mike Barton via ref stoppage after Barton got knocked out.
**Aftermath: Dr. Death says that this was just a taste of what The Gladiator can expect on the Excite Series' final night. Dr. Death says he is gonna hurt him and hurt him bad and hurt him often. He vows he's gonna send Gladiator back to the barbed wire city where he belongs.
C+ Rating


Taiyo Kea & Rey Mysterio Jr defeat Mitsuharu Misawa & Yoshinari Ogawa
**Aftermath: Misawa & Kea have a moment; Kea is looking to prove himself and take the next step in All Japan, and challenges the face of the company Misawa to a match for the Excite Series' final night. Misawa accepts.
B+ Rating

**An 8-man Tournament to determine a new Jr. Heavyweight Champion is announced. Quarter-Final Rounds will begin at the final night of Excite Series.**

Jun Akiyama & NO FEAR vs. Hiroshi Hase & Holy Demon Army went to a 30-minute draw.
**Aftermath: The 6 men continue to fight after time has expired. Hase & Holy Demon Army get the upper hand and stand tall as the show ends.
B+ Rating



NEXT SHOW
AJPW Excite Series Final Night
- Triple Crown Championship: Jun Akiyama (C) vs. Hiroshi Hase
- Unified World Tag Team Championship: NO FEAR vs. Holy Demon Army
- Mitsuharu Misawa vs. Taiyo Kea
- "Dr. Death" Steve Williams vs. The Gladiator
- Jr Heavyweight Quarter-Final: Yoshinari Ogawa vs. Hayabusa
- Jr Heavyweight Quarter-Final: Naomichi Marufuji vs. Masahito Kakihara
- Jr Heavyweight Quarter-Final: Yoshinobu Kanemaru vs. Tsuyoshi Kikuchi
- Jr Heavyweight Quarter-Final: Masanobu Fuchi vs. Rey Mysterio Jr
- Morishima, Rikio, & Ikeda vs. Honda, Inoue, & Yone
- Scorpio, Barton, & Hines vs. Sugiura, Kobayashi, & Shiga


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Pick Ems:
2/2 DGeneration MC wins; the real MVP!

Thanks for reading lads!

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- Triple Crown Championship: Jun Akiyama (C) vs. Hiroshi Hase
- Unified World Tag Team Championship: NO FEAR vs. Holy Demon Army
- Mitsuharu Misawa vs. Taiyo Kea
- "Dr. Death" Steve Williams vs. The Gladiator
- Jr Heavyweight Quarter-Final: Yoshinari Ogawa vs. Hayabusa
- Jr Heavyweight Quarter-Final: Naomichi Marufuji vs. Masahito Kakihara
- Jr Heavyweight Quarter-Final: Yoshinobu Kanemaru vs. Tsuyoshi Kikuchi
- Jr Heavyweight Quarter-Final: Masanobu Fuchi vs. Rey Mysterio Jr
- Morishima, Rikio, & Ikeda vs. Honda, Inoue, & Yone
- Scorpio, Barton, & Hines vs. Sugiura, Kobayashi, & Shiga
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Wow, that was quick.

- Triple Crown Championship: Jun Akiyama (C) vs. Hiroshi Hase
- Unified World Tag Team Championship: NO FEAR vs. Holy Demon Army
- Mitsuharu Misawa vs. Taiyo Kea
- "Dr. Death" Steve Williams vs. The Gladiator
- Jr Heavyweight Quarter-Final: Yoshinari Ogawa vs. Hayabusa
- Jr Heavyweight Quarter-Final: Naomichi Marufuji vs. Masahito Kakihara
- Jr Heavyweight Quarter-Final: Yoshinobu Kanemaru vs. Tsuyoshi Kikuchi
- Jr Heavyweight Quarter-Final: Masanobu Fuchi vs. Rey Mysterio Jr
- Morishima, Rikio, & Ikeda vs. Honda, Inoue, & Yone
- Scorpio, Barton, & Hines vs. Sugiura, Kobayashi, & Shiga

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- Triple Crown Championship: Jun Akiyama (C) vs. Hiroshi Hase
- Unified World Tag Team Championship: NO FEAR vs. Holy Demon Army
- Mitsuharu Misawa vs. Taiyo Kea
- "Dr. Death" Steve Williams vs. The Gladiator
- Jr Heavyweight Quarter-Final: Yoshinari Ogawa vs. Hayabusa
- Jr Heavyweight Quarter-Final: Naomichi Marufuji vs. Masahito Kakihara
- Jr Heavyweight Quarter-Final: Yoshinobu Kanemaru vs. Tsuyoshi Kikuchi
- Jr Heavyweight Quarter-Final: Masanobu Fuchi vs. Rey Mysterio Jr
- Morishima, Rikio, & Ikeda vs. Honda, Inoue, & Yone
- Scorpio, Barton, & Hines vs. Sugiura, Kobayashi, & Shiga
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AJPW Excite Series Final Night
- Triple Crown Championship: Jun Akiyama (C) vs. Hiroshi Hase
- Unified World Tag Team Championship: NO FEAR vs. Holy Demon Army
- Mitsuharu Misawa vs. Taiyo Kea
- "Dr. Death" Steve Williams vs. The Gladiator
- Jr Heavyweight Quarter-Final: Yoshinari Ogawa vs. Hayabusa
- Jr Heavyweight Quarter-Final: Naomichi Marufuji vs. Masahito Kakihara
- Jr Heavyweight Quarter-Final: Yoshinobu Kanemaru vs. Tsuyoshi Kikuchi
- Jr Heavyweight Quarter-Final: Masanobu Fuchi vs. Rey Mysterio Jr
- Morishima, Rikio, & Ikeda vs. Honda, Inoue, & Yone
- Scorpio, Barton, & Hines vs. Sugiura, Kobayashi, & Shiga
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AJPW Excite Series BIG MATCH Review Preview

Triple Crown Heavyweight Championship
Jun Akiyama (Champion) vs. Hiroshi Hase (Challenger)
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In a weird way, this match started at last month's New Year Giant Series when Jun Akiyama defeated Toshiaki Kawada in a tournament final to win the Triple Crown.

After the match, when Akiyama was to be presented the championships by former champion Kenta Kobashi, Akiyama ruthlessly turned on his former "Burning" mate and damaged Kobashi's already injured knee. Akiyama proclaimed "Burning" to be finished and called himself the new top guy in All-Japan after he had wrecked 3/4 Pillars of Heaven in one night.

The other member of "Burning," Yoshinobu Kanemaru, ran down to the ring and wanted to stop Akiyama's attack on Kobashi... but he retreated as Akiyama stared him down.
In that moment, Kanemaru demonstrated 2 qualities that Akiyama just couldn't stomach: weakness and cowardice. In Akiyama's mind, Kanemaru showed weakness by showing compassion for the fallen Kobashi, and then he didn't have the guts to stand up and physically stop Akiyama.

Fast forward to the 1st round of the Unified World Tag Team Championship Tournament. Akiyama and Kanemaru were supposed to be partners against Hiroshi Hase and Taiyo Kea.... but Akiyama didn't forget what Kanemaru had done.
Akiyama refused to accept tags from Kanemaru and abandoned him during the match, leaving Kanemaru by himself. Akiyama & Kanemaru would lose, but that didn't matter at all to Akiyama. After that match, Akiyama wanted to finish Kanemaru... but Hiroshi Hase stood up to Akiyama and saved Kanemaru.
Eventhough Hase and Kanemaru were opponents just minutes before, he was not gonna just sit and watch a smaller/weaker wrestler get helplessly beaten by a bully.

You see, if there is one thing Hiroshi Hase hates, it's bullies. Heck, one of the reasons why Hase left NJPW was because Kensuke Sasaki was taking liberties with NJ Dojo students.
So Hase got in Akiyama's face and issued a challenge to the Triple Crown Heavyweight Champion: "Pick on someone your own size. Fight me."

And that's exactly what is gonna happen at the final night of Excite Series.
Unified World Tag Team Championship Tournament Final
NO FEAR (Yoshihiro Takayama & Takao Omori) vs. Holy Demon Army (Toshiaki Kawada & Akira Taue)

Quote:
Before AJPW went on hiatus, Yoshihiro Takayama and Takao Omori were on the cusp of taking their game to the next level. Before hiatus, Omori had just reached the final of the Champion Carniva; as a unit, they became the first team to hold the Unified World Tag Team and All-Asia Tag Team titles simultaneously. To the surprise of some, these men have not missed a beat since AJPW returned to business.

Specifically, Takayama has been white hot since returning and has even pinned company ace Mitsuharu Misawa on two separate occasions. The list of men who can say they've pinned Misawa is short; the list of men who can say they've pinned him multiple times is even shorter. Standing in their way of tag team gold will be two of Misawa's contemporaries: Toshiaki Kawada and Akira Taue.

For Holy Demon Army, they are out to prove it is still their time to shine and that they are the class of All-Japan's tag team division. Holy Demon Army are already the single most decorated tag team in All-Japan history. They have won the titles 6 times and the World's Strongest Tag Determination League twice, and are looking to win this tournament and these titles again to add to their already legendary trophy case.

Can the Holy Demon Army make it lucky number 7 -or- will NO FEAR overcome the greatest tag team in AJPW history and continue to usher in the All Japan new era?
Special Singles Match
Mitsuharu Misawa vs. Taiyo Kea

Quote:
All Taiyo Kea wants is a chance.
Before the AJPW hiatus, he was just Maunakea Mossman: the gaijin junior who was never quite accepted by the gatekeepers. He always knew he could be more and he knew that, in All-Japan ,it is very tough to shed the junior label if you get stuck with it. So, in an attempt to be seen in a better light and be taken as a heavyweight threat, he hit the gym, took a shower, got a clue and became Taiyo Kea.

Kea is younger than Misawa, faster than Misawa ,and he is looking to score the biggest win of his career at Misawa's expense. Kea has to be looking at what Jun Akiyama has done in the last month and thinking to himself "Why not me? Why can't I? I can beat Misawa. I can beat Kawada. I can beat Taue. I can be Champion. I just need the chance."

For Misawa, many have been questioning if he even still has "it" or if he lost the magic while AJPW was on hiatus.
To put it lightly, Misawa has had a rough go of it since AJPW has returned.
As mentioned earlier, Yoshihiro Takayama has single handily eliminated Misawa from both championship tournaments that have been conducted (both times in the 1st round, too). In addition to that, Misawa and his partner Yoshinario Ogawa lost to the team of Taiyo Kea and a debuting Rey Mysterio Jr.

If Misawa loses again.... then what next? Would that validate some criticisms that he has lost it? Would that give credence to the thought that he is no longer the man and that this is now Akiyama's All Japan?

The argument could be made that Misawa needs to win this fight even more so than Kea. If Misawa wants to win, he's gonna have to show that hunger and that fire that got him to the top for all of those years.

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