Matches listed in chronological order. NOTE: Front page only contains a few months worth of updates. This page has everything.
Jumbo, Taue & Fuchi vs Misawa, Kawada & Kobashi, 4/20/91. Upgrade.
Kawada & Taue vs Baba & Hansen, RWTL 1993, JIP. There's really only one reason why I didn't post this match sooner: Baba. Old Man Baba brings a lot of positives to the table, but also some real negatives. I now think the positives outweigh the negatives, but YOU might disagree, so let your Baba opinion determine whether you watch. The match layout is really strong, the crowd is hot, and there's a certain "rhyme" with the tournament climax.
Misawa & Kikuchi vs Kawada & Kobashi, 11/15/90. Watchable handheld. One could argue that Kawada and Kobashi are heels for targeting undersized Kikuchi, but I think the main heel is Misawa for only giving Kikuchi like thirty seconds of rest or so no matter what happens. As far as the match is concerned, Kikuchi was and will always be over in Korakuen Hall, and the (brief) times when Misawa is in are very interesting. C'mon. These four guys. I don't need to do a big sell-job here.
Tenryu vs Taue, 4/16/90. Very solid handheld. Why this match didn't air despite other matches on the card being taped, I have no idea. It's a shame. This is a good look at young Taue, who really seems like he belongs in there with Tenryu. Taue was somewhat of a disappointment in '88-'89, but here you can see the promise of the future. The crowd definitely gets behind him. Tenryu lobs some Tenryu-level chops and is very generous. It's not an epic but I bet if you like these two you'll enjoy it.
Hansen vs Khan, 5/14/85. Watchable handheld. They keep it short, there's plenty of clubbering, and it even has a semi-clean finish! Solid little match from two very non-little men.
Jumbo & Yatsu vs Tenryu & Kawada, tag titles, 8/29/89. Upgrade.
Choshu & Yatsu vs The Funks, Tag League 1986. Final night of the tournament! Both teams are positioned in the top four, and Choshu/Yatsu have a chance at taking the tournament with a win. Solid follow-up to the previous Funk/Choshu battles, and Yatsu's selling is a special surprise.
Can-Am Express & Shamrock vs Joe Malenko, Kobashi & S. Nakano, 9/30/89. Fine lead-in to the All Asia tag two weeks later. Some big spots for a random midcard 6-man, and the weak link (Nanako) is given the least offense possible, much to our benefit.
Destroyer vs Spirit 7/25/75. Spirit is Killer Karl Cox. The match revolves around Spirit using much the same tactics as JWA-era Destroyer, leading to some fun paybacks. The way Jumbo plays into it, and how the crowd reacts, is even better. I'd give anything for a proper Destroyer/Kox match though.
Kawada & Taue vs Misawa & Kobashi, tag titles, 6/1/93. Upgrade.
Jumbo & Yatsu vs Kabuki & Kobashi, 9/15/89. I do not recall having seen this match listed anywhere before someone named ULTRAMAN put it (and a ton of other Kobashi bouts) on a torrent. Now, I will admit that when this site started I might have given it a quick glance and passed over. But in the year of our lord 2013, having shed my anti-Kabuki bias, I can enjoy this for what it is. Kobashi is in for like 80% of the time and continues to look like one of the best wrestlers ever for under two years of experience, doing absolutely everything right. Jumbo and Yatsu are there as measuring sticks and let the young lion have the spotlight. Kabuki mostly just throws uppercuts, which is precisely what I want out of him. Oh and it's at Korakuen. I love Baba-booked All Japan so much. Here's reason #4792.