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Ex-Wakakirin resurfaces

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Dopey ex-Wakakirin has been practicing all kinds of martial arts lately in a bid to make his name in one of them. Lately he went to Thailand to practice his kickboxing, but returned a few days ago to Japan as he will be participating in the New Years Night Dynamite spectacular, the one where Akebono made his unsuccessful first attempt at real fighting and was humiliated by Bob Sapp.

Now, guess who Wakakirin will be facing. "I will attempt to avenge that humiliation.. I'm pretty good with the kicks so it will be interesting" he hinted.

Wakakirin was famous for his vicious harite attacks and now utilizes that technique and calls it "Murder slaps". He belongs to the IGF group at present.

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Wakakirin was famous for his vicious harite attacks and now utilizes that technique and calls it "Murder slaps".

You can see the dangerous "Murder slaps" in this video.

I guess this a promotion interview back from September. Who else thinks he shouldn't wear cornrows?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N22oe8enTLg...feature=related

I have the feeling that Suekawa must have "staged" being a traditional Ozumo-san, since he seems to feel quite comfortable around the "bad guys". BITCH!

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Wakakirin was famous for his vicious harite attacks and now utilizes that technique and calls it "Murder slaps".

I have the feeling that Suekawa must have "staged" being a traditional Ozumo-san, since he seems to feel quite comfortable around the "bad guys". BITCH!

Isn't it Suzukawa?

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Isn't it Suzukawa?

Oops, my fault.

Suzukawa is right, of course.

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Wakakirin was famous for his vicious harite attacks and now utilizes that technique and calls it "Murder slaps".

You can see the dangerous "Murder slaps" in this video.

I guess this a promotion interview back from September. Who else thinks he shouldn't wear cornrows?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N22oe8enTLg...feature=related

I have the feeling that Suekawa must have "staged" being a traditional Ozumo-san, since he seems to feel quite comfortable around the "bad guys". BITCH!

I'm with you!! No cornrows... (Sign of disapproval...)

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Dopey ex-Wakakirin has been practicing all kinds of martial arts lately in a bid to make his name in one of them. Lately he went to Thailand to practice his kickboxing, but returned a few days ago to Japan as he will be participating in the New Years Night Dynamite spectacular, the one where Akebono made his unsuccessful first attempt at real fighting and was humiliated by Bob Sapp.

Sapp didn't show up for the match against Suzukawa/Wakakirin. At first, he refused to even go to the venue, but after some persuasion from his teammates, he arrived at the stadium, but refused to come out of his dressing room, citing "loss of the will to fight" as the reason. "You got to be kidding me! I have prepared for a year for this bout and was really looking forward to it. He simply got scared and ran. There were at least 300 fans that came out to see me today, and it's a real shame. I doubt he'll ever show his face around the IGF ring again. I'm not gonna fight a guy who ran away! All I can do now is prepare for an attempt at the belt and 200 million yen in February. Idiot!!" said a totally pissed off Suzukawa. His people said Sapp was probably dissatisfied with the money he was being paid. Mr. Tanigawa , of FEG, the organization behind the tournament : "It really doesn't matter what the reason he gave is. I won't be inviting him again. That type of fighter is incorrigible... No way he's returning!" "Poor guy," he said of Suzukawa but did not mention if he has a future with FEG or not.

Suzukawa lamenting his bad fortune:

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Edited by Kintamayama

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His next opponent- Kimbo Slice!!

And we learn also that Suzukawa didn't play along and went against the script in a prior match as can be seen in this video

Edited by Kintamayama

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Suzukawa's cornermen were referred to as gansta as well, gansta or yakuza we want to know?

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His next opponent- Kimbo Slice!!

Kimbo is NOT the guy Wakakirin would want to trade "real" tsuppari with. But I guess in Puro Resu (or whatever it's called) he should survive.

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Suzukawa's cornermen were referred to as gansta as well, gansta or yakuza we want to know?

Check out the links posted by Raishu further up; they're strictly of the "gangstah" variety.

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Suzukawa's cornermen were referred to as gansta as well, gansta or yakuza we want to know?

Check out the links posted by Raishu further up; they're strictly of the "gangstah" variety.

OK, I'm serfin at verk so didn't want to actually play the yuutuub bideo.

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His next opponent- Kimbo Slice!!

Remember that tsuppari-fest clip of mine that CNN used a while ago after Wakakirin was caught with the dope? In the last 12 hours it has gone nuts and had more than 150, 000 hits on youtube. This Kimbo guy must be a real news-generator..

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Since we last revisited this thread, the bout with Kimbo Slice was called off due to injury by the latter, and Suzukawa was subsequently KO'ed by Jerome Le Banner back in April at Genome 15. He's now set to face another veteran K-1 fighter in Peter Aerts at Inoki Genome, an event billed as "disaster revival" (not sure if that means it's for charity) that will take place on August 27 at the Kokugikan.

Hoshikaze's 33-year-old brother, going by the name Baru Harn, is apparently also on the fight card.

Edited by Asashosakari

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Since we last revisited this thread, the bout with Kimbo Slice was called off due to injury by the latter, and Suzukawa was subsequently KO'ed by Jerome Le Banner back in April at Genome 15. He's now set to face another veteran K-1 fighter in Peter Aerts at Inoki Genome, an event billed as "disaster revival" (not sure if that means it's for charity) that will take place on August 27 at the Kokugikan.

Hoshikaze's 33-year-old brother, going by the name Baru Harn, is apparently also on the fight card.

What a stupid way to start a career or to die. First Le Banner then Aerts crushing his bones. He should learn from Kimbo Slice, who kicked off a not very promising boxing career last weekend against a poor man they put up there to get his face beaten... Suzukawa can't survive these seasoned veterans who have been making a living out of this since the late 80's...

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What a stupid way to start a career or to die. First Le Banner then Aerts crushing his bones. He should learn from Kimbo Slice, who kicked off a not very promising boxing career last weekend against a poor man they put up there to get his face beaten... Suzukawa can't survive these seasoned veterans who have been making a living out of this since the late 80's...

Keep in mind that IGF is primarily a puroresu organization. Here's the Le Banner bout, and given that only Le Banner is fighting with gloves ("special rules", I read elsewhere) I'd class that bout as shoot-style wrestling with a pre-determined winner (although the knockout certainly looks - and probably was - legit, which I think isn't unusual for such matches). I think Inoki is trying to build up Suzukawa as a name with all these high-profile opponents in worked shoots, and ultimately he'll shift into more traditional puroresu stuff. He's probably still lacking the psychology required to build a "real fake" bout, so they're going with "fake real" ones for now where he can concentrate more on his fighting skills than on having to participate in telling a match story.

Edit: This is one of those posts that instantly destroys years of built-up forum reputation by displaying way too much knowledge of pro-wrestling, right?

Edit again: According to this forum (German only), Suzukawa fought Bob Sapp after all (in place of Kimbo Slice in February), and also had a regular wrestling match in July on the Genome 16 card.

Edited by Asashosakari

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Edit: This is one of those posts that instantly destroys years of built-up forum reputation by displaying way too much knowledge of pro-wrestling, right?

Well, the Kokugikan is home to plenty of pro wrasslin'.

New Japan Pro Wrestling results

August 14, 2011

Tokyo, Japan

The finals of the NJPW G1 Climax was held at the Ryogoku Kokugikan in Tokyo, to an announced live crowd of 11,500 that was quite lively for the most part.

http://pwtorch.com/artman2/publish/Arena_R...cle_52097.shtml

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Latest(not sure if this is new..) from Cornrow ex-Wakakirin..

Edited by Kintamayama

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FromRussiaWithLols indeed!

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