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NJPW G1 Climax 31 Night 18 and Final Review: Everything’s Cursed but at Least Shibata Is Here

Previously on NJPW’s G1 Climax 31: 85 tournament matches happened and Ibushi won A Block to make his fourth G1 final in four years. New Japan Pro Wrestling’s 2021 G1 Climax tournament came to a close earlier this week with a block-deciding Cobb vs. Okada rubber match, a quality tournament final derailed by disaster, and the setup of a weird storyline direction for Wrestle Kingdom 16.
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AEW's Chris Jericho: It doesn't matter who I face in my final match

Chris Jericho is still going strong in All Elite Wrestling and Le Champion remains one of the promotion's headline stars as part of The Inner Circle. At 50-years-old, though, Jericho appears to be entering the twilight of his in-ring career but the former AEW World Champion admitted it doesn't matter who he faces in his final match. "No, it doesn't matter because if you look at my career, it's always been about going out there and making great stuff out of what I've been given. It's easy to have a final match against Shawn Michaels or The Undertaker. It's easy to have a great final match with these great, great workers and to me, I won't even know when it's my final match. It'll probably be someone like Marko Stunt. We'll go out there, have a great match, tear the house down and I'll go 'You know what? That's pretty much it,'" Jericho told talkSPORT. The Painmaker then noted he hasn't given retirement any real thought as there is still so much he wants to do inside the squared circle with AEW. "I don't have any real thoughts about it. Obviously at 50 years old I'm aware that the time is short, but who's to say how short it is? I still have ideas for stories. I still feel like my stuff is some of the best stuff on the show. The rating that I draw are still high so I know I'm not wearing out my welcome, so to speak. So to me, when I start feeling like I'm not Chris Jericho, when I'm demeaning my legacy, then I'll stop. But I'm not at that point right now," Jericho continued. "I'm actually having a lot of fun and I'm super motivated and inspired by what we're doing with AEW and the last thing I'd want to do is take myself out of the game when we continue to grow at such a huge level. I want to be there when we go to England. I want to be there when we go to Canada. I want to be there when we get our first two million rating, watching the show. I still feel I'm a very integral part of the show and have been since day one. I'm really enjoying it, I'm digging it, I love AEW and I have no plans of going anywhere else or doing anything else in the wrestling business other than being right here. "I'd like to go to Japan a couple more times if it's an AEW styled show. I'd love to work with [Minoru] Suzuki over there, I'd love to work with Will Ospreay. I'd love to do a tag team with Kenny Omega in Japan. I think Omega and Jericho versus [Hiroshi] Tanahashi and Kazuchika Okada is a Tokyo Dome sell-out. I have all of that in my back pocket. "I'm just working hard on staying in shape and having great ideas and just contributing at the highest possible level. When I feel I can't do that, then I will retire. But it won't be this big retirement tour or a final match and if it is, it will be because the storyline dictates that. But I don't need that for my ego, I'm happy just to disappear if I need to disappear," Jericho concluded.
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Shibata Returns During NJPW's G1 Climax As Tourney Winner Is Crowned

One of the most unlikely things happened during NJPW's G1 Climax 31 as Katsuyori Shibata made his return to the promotion as a wrestler. Last night during the G1 Final, we got a surprise match on the card as Shibata faced off against Zack Saber Jr. in a short five-minute exhibition match. The two weren't dressed in full ring gear, and interestingly enough, ZSJ came out to his old-school white UK attire, as the two put on a short clinic of mat wrestling that had the audience enthralled. For those of you unaware, this match is a little extra special because it's the first official wrestling match for Shibata in over four years, ever since he suffered what appeared to be a career-ending injury at the end of an amazing match with Kazuchika Okada for the IWGP Championship in 2017. To see him return is an amazing sign, but it will be interesting to see what happens with his career moving forward since he still is running the L.A. Dojo (for now).
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TVXQ to Hold an Online Fan Meeting for Japanese Fans in November

TVXQ (also called Tohoshinki) will be spending a special time with their Japanese fans through an online fan meeting. Continue reading to know the event will be held. What is the Date of TVXQ's Online Fan Meeting with Japanese Fans?. On Oct. 15, the boy group announced through their official...
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Tokyo Giants Mascot ready to be Michael Jackson

As mentioned few days ago, The Estate has teamed up with Japanese Baseball Team Tokyo Giants to produced very limited products. But this is not it! The Team mascot, the rabbit, is all prepped to performed as Michael Jackson on the last game of the season at the Tokyo Dome.
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Jeff Cobb Talks About A Possible AEW Return, Working The G1 Tournament

Jeff Cobb did an interview with Sports Illustrated to discuss a wide range of topics. Here are some of the highlights:. “The most memorable part of my first seven matches is winning my first seven matches,” Cobb says. “Going undefeated this far is rare, but not something I doubted I could do. My goal is to go undefeated the entire tournament. That’s the point I am going to prove, that no one is more dominant than I am.”
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Jeff Cobb Discusses Working The G1 Tournament, Possible AEW Return

Jeff Cobb did an interview with Sports Illustrated to discuss a wide range of topics. Here are some of the highlights:. “The most memorable part of my first seven matches is winning my first seven matches,” Cobb says. “Going undefeated this far is rare, but not something I doubted I could do. My goal is to go undefeated the entire tournament. That’s the point I am going to prove, that no one is more dominant than I am.”
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Michael Jackson x Tokyo Giants

The giants, A Tokyo Baseball Team, announced that it will begin selling merchandise in collaboration with global superstar Michael Jackson and his Estate on the giants online store, from tomorrow. Michael Jackson performed a total of 25 times at Tokyo dome and its predecessor Korakuen stadium. In addition to logos...
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Winning Strategy: Staying Calm Through Chaos Made Rickson Gracie BJJ’s Best

RIckson Gracie is finally able to exhale, and is hoping others can let out a deep breath as well. At age 62, after decades of forcing opponents to tap out, the Brazilian jiujitsu icon now spends his mornings tapping into a mindfulness ritual of meditation and yoga, followed by surfing the Pacific waves. As injuries have caused him to scale back his own practice, Gracie proudly takes on the role as teacher and global ambassador. He passes down his expertise of rear-naked chokes and other tap-out classics — moves made famous during his reign as arguably BJJ’s greatest athlete — to his legions of students through his online academy.
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Courage:The Jim Valley Story

“I’m Jim Valley and I f**king love pro wrestling” -Jim Valley. That line was received with cheers and applause in a packed ballroom last month at the Gold Coast Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada for the 55th Cauliflower Alley Club Reunion, a gathering of many of the most respected luminaries of the industry. The CAC, a non-profit organization that provides assistance for those in need with the funds it raises through it’s reunions and memberships, honored Valley with its Courage Award.
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My Paradise: Tokyo my happy place

Perhaps the world’s biggest city, population-wise, doesn’t fit into most people’s idea of a paradise. Even for the people of Japan, Tokyo is not everyone’s cup of tea. Crowded trains, streets, expensive shops/restaurants, and noise everywhere. Or so they say. I don’t notice it at all (well, maybe the trains I can’t help but notice occasionally when my face is pressed against the door during rush hour) because, well, I’m in my happy place when I’m in Tokyo. Since my first visit in 2006 and every time after, I’m in my personal paradise when in Tokyo. I’m grateful to live and work at Camp Zama, a nice place in itself, which is a relatively short trip away from the world’s finest city. And in that city with so many people, there is literally something, multiple things, for anyone to enjoy in Tokyo.
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Adam Cole Says He’d Like to Do More NJPW Stuff

Adam Cole says that he would like to do more work in New Japan now that he potentially can. Cole is of course now part of AEW and the “Forbidden Door” is open, which he discussed during his conversation with Renee Paquette on her podcast. “New Japan is something I’d...
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Adam Cole Is Interested In Doing More Stuff With NJPW

During a recent appearance on the “Oral Sessions with Renee Paquette” podcast, AEW Superstar Adam Cole commented on wanting to do more stuff in New Japan Pro Wrestling, and more. He said,. “New Japan is something I’d like to do more of. I had done a fair amount of tours,...
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