Analysis from Billy Renner III:
If I had to choose someone else’s life to live, Kenny Omega sure would be a fun one to try out. He’s a decade strong and if you name a place, he’s wrestled there and put on an art show for those in attendence. His oposition for the IWGP Jr Heavyweight Championship Prince Devitt has been a major player in everything from NWA to IWGP. So needless to say these dudes look good standing at either side of a ring. The bell rings and it was “Hold onto your butts.” The pace of this match outstanding; this must be the fastest they could go before a move just looked…blurry. Kenny was in charge for about the first 10 minutes of the title bout and I almost lost track of him a few times…that fast. It was a good progression for a match to flow, we got a little action on the ground and when a clever escape freed one of those guys up, it was a dog fight. Midair colisions and neatly placed bodies just kept hitting their mark. A Tope Con Grio from Omega set up a fun little spot amongst some lucky fans. It still gets me that a human body can land in any way on a steel chair and stand up let alone flip back over the rail. I liked that their exchange in the crowd was a short one, knock your man down and then slam him, a nice little treat for that side of the crowd but not the hundreds on the other sides of the arena. It definitly seemed they took that into considration. Prince Devitt and a Missle Dropkick are like Bonnie & Clyde…beautiful and deadly. He just hangs in the air and floats like a bubble. They started an exchange of blows after they got to their feet and Omega broke out the Hadoken…Ill never forget the first time I saw him do that move…I smiled for days. Each wrestler playing their babyface card just added to the spectacle…we eventualy saw Devitt kick out at 1 after reciving the Croyt’s Wrath…didnt like that. He hit Omega with a single under hook brainbuster and retained the strap in front of a hot crowd. Both men should be proud of what they painted in the ring on Sept, 3rd 2010.