There's a wealth of wrestling gold on the tubes and to avoid clutter I thought it'd be good to have a single thread where we can share and discuss matches, angles and moments that are captured on the web.
Let me start up with sharing this piece of beauty with you all.
Toshiaki Kawada and the late great Mitsuhara Misawa are two of the greatest wrestlers to come out of Japan. They were centerpieces during All Japan's absolute glory days and their feud for the Triple Crown is some of the most hard-hitting and suspenseful matches you'll see. These guy's don't just work amazingly stiff and agile, but show amazing psychology and body language throughout their matches that they crush any language barrier that might put people off puro (Japanese wrestling).
I was first introduced to this years ago when a guy I trade tapes with (Remember that?) put this match as a bonus at the end of a tape of WWF Canadian Stampede 97 (One of the greatest PPV of all time IMO)
I feel this video strengthens my attitude that wrestling is truly an art form in the same way ballet and theater is. Sure it's not as high brow or high falutin', but you can't deny the talent and sacrifices shown by these two performers.