Recap from TJ Hawke:
Senshi hit a cool heel kick to the back of Sabin’s head early. Senshi was in control for a while after that. Senshi hit a koppou kick, but Sabin came back with a springboard dropkick. Sabin sent him to the floor, and he then wiped him out with a tope suicida. Back in the ring, Sabin hit a hesitation dropkick in the corner. That got a nearfall. Senshi managed to briefly lock in a Dragon Sleeper, but Sabin escaped. Low Ki went for a Tidal Krush, but Sabin blocked it with a dropkick. Sabin then hit a springboard DDT for a nearfall. Sabin hit a super hurricanrana, but Senshi rolled through and hit a double stomp for a nearfall. Senshi then hit the Tidal Wave: 1…2…NO! Sabin came back with a Yakuza. Sabin hit the Cradle Shock: 1…2…NO! Senshi came back with a series of kicks. Senshi then hit the Ghetto Stomp: 1…2…NO! Sabin got his foot on the ropes. Senshi then locked in the Dragon Sleeper. Sabin managed to reverse the submission into a small package: 1…2…3!
When discussing the most entertaining Low Ki matches after Final Battle 2005, this match would certainly have to be near the top. They didn’t do anything too crazy, but they had a hot crowd and kept the action entertaining throughout. If you forget what it was like to be entertained by Low Ki, check out this match.
Match Rating: ***3/4