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Wrestler Love / Hanako Nakamori 中森華子: Cruel Paradise
« on: August 05, 2012, 03:55:34 PM »

She's majestic and flamboyant

She's a traditional type wrestler but she represents JWP in JEWELS as a sort of . .. tomato can

She can give Nakajima a run for her money

She's JRibbon co-winner

She's got the 'tude

And she might be a surrogate generational rival for Arisa.

Photos from 7/15 Arisa vs Hanako from Sacred Ring Photography. Full gallery

Looks like they had a lot of fun knocking the shit out of each other.  *haha

Hanako's profile is rising and she's being pushed well by JWP.

Wrestler Love / Manami Katsu
« on: May 30, 2012, 11:44:48 PM »

Didn't see a thread for her. Don't believe she ever got one.

DOB: 10/23/1994

She's teamed with Arisa and ready to take on Emi and Yoneyama for the tag crown on 6.16

I think she's a lot like Arisa. She's also a fan of Azumi.

Wrestler Love / The Lovely Butchers (formerly Team Sexy)
« on: May 18, 2011, 10:09:04 PM »
They're a very new development in Ice Ribbon and are still working out the kinks of their double team moves but they've got a lot of potential. Hamuko might have found her niche and Mochi seems competent in the ring for a newbie that isn't a highflyer. She looks like the "star" of the team, already. There's a lot of fun in this gimmick.

I look forward to Thesz Presses and double team attacks.
They've been on a small roll lately, first defeating Minami and Tsukasa then Matsumoto and Tsukasa.

Hopefully, they stay an official tag team.

Non-Joshi Talk / Happy Late Birthday, cranky mod
« on: April 25, 2011, 07:24:14 PM »
Everyone wish Oni a happy birthday.  *bday

Glory Days / AJW 1979
« on: February 11, 2011, 09:19:02 AM »
Sometimes I forget this section is full of gems. I was just reading my old "Class of 1986" thread and I had actually forgotten all that I learned from a lot of older posters.  *kori The thread also puts a lot of other things in perspective about how I feel about the current joshi product. . ..
*yellow Therefore. ...old school time. If anyone knows anything about 70s AJW or runs across a vid or website you think others haven't seen post it here, please!

Fabulous Moolah & her american girls in ajw ( september 1979)

He sent me this little gem of pettyness.

Just wanted you to know that while you were spewing that filth I was meeting Tamura after watching her have a great match. That's something you will never do, not because you are poor and unlucky, but because you are a horrible person who will drive any good thing away.

Happy Holidays


Polls, Lists, Joshi Forum Art, etc. / Best/Worst Attires
« on: December 09, 2010, 11:54:44 PM »
Who, in your opinion, has consistently had the best attires in joshi?

For me, Akira Hokuto, Manami Toyota and Cuty Suzuki consistently had some of the fanciest attires in the 90s. Azumi Hyuga was the heir to joshi elegance and Arisa put a new generation spin on that elegance. Takako was hit or miss most of the time in the 90swith some of her best attires being worn on the big shows but now everything she wears looks great.

I was never a fan of Hikari Fukuoka's outfits. Jaguar's post 80s white singlet left a lot to be desired but her shiny latex(?) black ones were awesome. Devil Masami had some nice gear in the early 90s before she settled on wearing one thing all the time.

Ozaki's newest all red singlet is $ (the one with the black insets, gromets). Misaki's new attire is adorable but I am a little tired of the sporty shorts-bra top combos in coordinating colors from the new gen, they just seem plain and casual in comparison.

Yoneyama is hit and miss for me some of the time. I like that she stays away from plain looks and plays up the cute. Her marching band outfit is one of my favorites of all time because of how simple yet cute as a box full of kittens it was.

Haruyama wins points for having a theme (orange) and having 90s style elegant outfits. Sachie Abe now wears some of the same style that kind of reminds me of what some of the lower card women in late 90s AJW would wear.

Wrestler Love / Utako Hozumi
« on: November 09, 2010, 03:58:33 PM »
穂積詩子 of LLPW (at the time of retirement), Debuted in the original JWP in 1989.

There isn't an Utako Hozumi thread is there? I remember talking about her here but I don't think she ever had her own thread. I had almost forgotten about her until I ran across something I was going to post in the Miki Handa thread.

But since it's Hozumi's retirement match I thought it deserved it's own thread. Hozumi had a very short career and this is one of the only full singles matches I've come across.
I liked her in the tag I'd seen her in (I think it was with Kazama against Kandori w/ an appearance by Hokuto) because even though she was far outmatched she continued to shine.
And she brings the crazy to Handa in this match:
Utako Hozumi vs Miki Handa 1/2

That was a crazy fast bridging suplex hold on Handa who eventually puts the brakes on but Hozumi comes roaring back.
She's almost an Ozaki doppelganger but there was something that set her apart. In the second half it's the other Oz doppelganger Sayuri Okino!

Utako Hozumi vs Miki Handa 2/2

Everyone says their good byes to Utako Hozumi.

Glory Days / Who was Kanako Nagatomo?
« on: August 08, 2010, 08:29:47 PM »
Jump Kick Theme of Kanako Nagatomo 永友香奈子のテーマ

classicparadise uploaded this. I'm curious; this gimmick seems like it's based on an anime similar to Space Lone Wolf.

Non-Joshi Talk / A tribute to lameness
« on: March 21, 2009, 03:33:32 AM »
What's the most ridiculous thing you've ever encountered on a message board/forum? It could be another poster, a thought or a question. ..I'll get the ball rolling. ..

Someone just commented that one reason for men not wanting to see women wrestlers on the card is homosexuality in those men.  *give

That is total fail.

Poster A: I remember seeing a topic on the RoH boards a while ago (to which I was referring and you would have got the jist if you actually read my post) which was several pages long of people bashing the female matches and how they didn't want to see them in RoH cards.

Pissant B then replied: Did you participate in said topic? Why bring it up? Some sexist or homosexual men with irrelevant opinions collaborating in one thread doesn't mean anything. The KKK has several chapters too. The Olympics have men and women competing in all the same sports and there's no debate about it.

WTF?  *haha

Wrestler Love / Who's that wrestler?
« on: September 04, 2008, 07:36:35 PM »
Have you ever seen a wrestler on older shows that you just can''t place and are ashamed to ask?  *gloom

Well, be ashamed no longer for this is thread for "who's that?" inquiries.

From a 2002 Oz Academy show:

Who be that in the background?
She also hangs out with circa 2002 BlackJoker: A BlackJoker Memorial Homepage.

Pics from: A DFIX site.

And while I'm at it: Who is that behind Eagle?

I know the litte one is Ozaki but who be the other cool looking chick?

Have you been watching RAW lately? Seriously, if Cade's involved in the Jericho/HBK thing then London should be too instead of loosing to Cade and Jericho with no prologue. Ah maybe he'll get in there, if not. ...

Do you have any idea who Paul may have pissed off?  *haha

"It's vanishing quicker than a Paul London push!"

Glory Days / Class of 1986
« on: June 17, 2008, 08:47:42 PM »
In remembrance of a snarky comment (and since this section is pretty much dead) I make this thread.

I've always been interested in joshi (AJW, mostly) class years because I didn't notice such a thing existed until someone on some other board long ago pointed out how some matches were members of a certain class versus another.

As for the actual class of 1986 I only know two (three?) off the top of my head; Mayumi Ozaki (JWP) Rumi Kazama (JWP) and Akira Hokuto (AJW). ..not sure about that one. 

Anyone else know anything else about the classes?

Non-Joshi Talk / Love HK Legends
« on: June 14, 2008, 10:15:27 AM »
So is anyone else here a fan of Hong Kong martial arts film legends--from the man who portrayed Wong Fei Hung in films, Kwak Tak Hing to Wong Fei Hung himself? From Chin Tsi-ang to her grandson Sammo Hung, Jackie, Yuen Biao, Yuen Wo Ping, Yuen Wah, Chang Pei Pei, Donnie Yen and the list goes on and on. I am.

I'm on this huge Yuen Biao, Sammo Hung and Donnie Yen kick thanks to youtube.

Donnie Yen is always cool but his breakdance battle from "Mismatched Couples (1985)" is seriously one of the coolest things I've seen him do and that saying a lot because dude is the epitome of cool. I nearly died of a heart attack when he was the villian in Once Upon a Time in China II.

End fight vs. Dick Wei

Yuen Biao and Sammo Hung screen test

Sammo Hung, Jackie and Yuen Biao on Shin-Chan (en espanol) it's funny how they recreate the clock tower fall.

Also, on the subject of Hong Kong culture has anyone ever tried to learn Cantonese (no regional dialects)?
Once Upon a Time in China inspired me to attempt it.

Non-Joshi Talk / Breaking Kayfabe with Amazing Kong
« on: May 07, 2008, 07:41:16 PM »
Last night I was watching FitTv and they showed a rerun of the old self-help show Body Challenge 2. Now, I'd seen this about two years ago but this time something caught my eye.

A person named "Kia" who wanted to get fit so she could persue her dream of becoming a professional wrestler. I remembered her because I understood that goal perfectly. Only this time around I recognized the face.

I was shocked and even more shocked when I put all the pieces togehter. From "Vixen" to seeing her get emotional to seeing her work out hard and say "I feel that I'll be ready to get in ring soon with what my trainer is putting me through" is was really inspirational to know what had happened prior to her becoming Amazing Kong. Really inspirational.

Okay that's all I wanted to say.  *blush

I won't explain "Vixen" because I am scared.

Non-Joshi Talk / Unfitting entrance music.
« on: May 04, 2008, 06:31:04 PM »
In your opinion what wrestlers have the most unfitting enterance music?

I'd have to go with Konnan using "Eye of the Tiger" and Mayumi Ozaki using the culture club's "miss me blind".

I'm sure there are others more unfitting but it reminded me of the "while I play unfitting music" internet fad.

("Sonic Dies while I play unfitting music" is my fav.) *pwease

AAA seems to have a lot of unfitting music.

Non-Joshi Talk / Spanky does commentary
« on: April 28, 2008, 07:47:51 AM »
 *blush *Oni*
And prematch story.
Her won/retained but he already had it so. . . .. .
the commentary is pretty funny. . .."little pink trunks" I remember those.

Part 2:

Part 3:

At some point in 2 or 3, Spanky asks if the stuff (flowers, tiny pink tights, Celine Dion) makes him gay.

Non-Joshi Talk / Something funny I noticed.
« on: April 20, 2008, 04:58:36 AM »
Harley Saito's entrance music was sometimes Dragon Ball Z's first opening. [/random]

Non-Joshi Talk / Societal Commentary
« on: February 18, 2008, 09:05:47 PM »
totm: what's the point of living? the world will never meet my expectations and I will never be able to meet my own expectations. Everything will have to be born out of a compromise and I don't do compromises. A compromise is a symbol of recognizing the futility of one's own goals. All of my goals are expected to become mutated in order to be compliant with the world we know and hate. If I can't do things the way I would like to or the way I should be able to then doesn't that mean that my life is not my own. And if it's not my own life then I don't want it. I don't want to live my dreams on someone else's terms or "go with the flow" and live between the thumbs of some imaginary force that will eventually take over the way I think about things and warp my personality and all my convictions into something the rest of the world can swallow easily. I do not come sugar-coated with complacency and I suppose there is no room for that in this world.

Non-Joshi Talk / Favorites of the Indys
« on: January 04, 2008, 07:56:52 PM »
Hey, this is a thread to talk about your favorite women wrestlers who haven't (yet) be in SHIMMER and may or may not have wrestled in Japan. Because I've noticed since I've been into shimmer, everything else has been shut out. There's a world beyond shimmer!

One of my favs is Vanessa Kraven. I watched her match with Tamura at the Int'l Tourny and I think she has improved a great deal, I hope more trips to Japan are in her future.

Others of the top of my head (y'all) are 21st Century Fox, Barbie, Cherry Bomb, Deanna Conda, Hailey f'n Hatred, Danyah, Jana, Simply Luscious, Melissa Stripes. . ... 

Wrestler Love / EIGER
« on: December 28, 2007, 01:18:34 AM »
Hey, what the heck. Might as well make this thread jsut because I'm up late again.

I think I'm the only one on this board but I really like Eiger. I mean. .. I've seen that one match of hers on Youtube against the most recent against Sakura Hirota and another one from LLPW and I'm a fan of the creepyness that goes into other areas. Eiger kissing Sakura and terrifying her with creepiness is pretty much the realization of a dream I've had in womens' wrestling; for one woman to be sooooo creepy.
If you think about it there really aren't that many creepy women wrestlers out there. It's easy to do gothic or to jsut be evil but it rarely goes much deeper than that.

Plus, I'm bound to be a fan of someone who practices regular use of a mist.

This is the 2nd or 3rd oldest match I've found on youtube.
It's Chino Sato vs. Devil Masami circa 1979.
. . . .this user posts some truly classic stuff but tends to take it down within a few weeks.

Has anyone else found any old joshi? Anythign scarily black and white shot in chromatone old?

Wrestler Love / OZAKI! The Purely Wild Queen
« on: October 04, 2007, 09:14:52 PM »
Total badass, mistress of evil/minky madness and idol of hellcats everywhere:

If you haven't seen it, Ringmistress' newest upload to the tube is Ozaki and Hokuto vs. LCO

I love how despite her small stature and slight build she's always been able to handle herself in the ring, outsized is never a synonym for outmatched. Her offense always looks credible.

I even love her new look. Red is still her color and the short hair makes her look even more dynamite and even more lethal than before. You know, it's less "baggage".

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