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Recap from TJ Hawke:
Cage got a Muta Lock early. Cage was in full Wolverine gear by the way. Tozawa made the ropes. Tozawa hit a brogue kick that sent Cage to the floor. Cage ran away before Tozawa could hit his tope suicida. Cage rolled back into the ring, and Tozawa quickly got control of the match. Cage eventually hit a neckbreaker to get back in the match. Cage hit a delayed vertical suplex, and now, he was in control of the match. Tozawa went for a slingshot move, but Cage caught him with a bridging Northern Nights Suplex: 1…2…NO! That was very cool. Cage remained in control until Tozawa reversed a Gory Special into a sunset flip pin for a nearfall. Tozawa sent him to the floor and hit two tope suicidas in a row. This crowd had clearly never seen Tozawa before, because they were overly impressed with these suicide dives. Back in the ring, Tozawa hit a saito suplex for a nearfall. Cage came back with an exploder suplex and a lionsault: 1…2…NO! Cage went to the top rope, but Tozawa managed to hit a superplex for a nearfall. Tozawa killed him with a German, but Cage then killed him with a discus lariat. They got to their feet and traded some big strikes. Tozawa hit two Brogue Kicks and a bridging German for a nearfall. Cage came back with a Torture Rack Driver for a nearfall. Cage hit a powerbomb, but Tozawa kicked out at one. Cage then hit a huge lariat and then the Gory Bomb reverse STO: 1…2…3!
I was a little worried that the weak crowd would hold this match back from reaching its potential, but that fear didn’t end up being realized. These two put on a really entertaining match that managed to get what few people were there really invested. I really enjoyed this match, and I definitely recommend watching it.
Match Rating: ***1/2