A packed show! Fumi Saito and Jim Valley are back. This week Fumi gives his thoughts on this year's Japan candidates for the Wrestling Observer Hall of Fame. On November 17th, Fumi is hosting a special Q & A at Bull Nakano's bar for the return to Japan of Debbie Malenko! Also this week, Fumi & Jim talk about the Inoki funeral show, Joe Doering's Triple Crown win, plus answer your questions about Onita's place in history and Heisei Ishingun. Please like, comment, share and subscribe. On Twitter @jimvalley @fumihikodayo
This week Fumi Saito and Jim Valley talk about:
- The realism in the Sami Zayn/Kevin Owens storyline
- Kurt Angle wrestling in WWE
- Last-minute replacements throughout history
- The legacy of Yoshihiro Takayama
- Antonio Inoki's biggest moments
- Fumi remembers his friend Road Warrior Hawk
This week on Episode #2 of The Pacific Rim Pro Wrestling Podcast, Fumi Saito and Jim Valley talk about the future of Shinsuke Nakamura. Will he ever wrestle in Japan again? The different perceptions between the Young Bucks in the U.S vs The Young Bucks in Japan. Fumi Saito reviews the main event of the All Japan show at Korakuen Hall. Plus predictions on Okada vs Naito at the Tokyo Dome, Kenny Omega, and the connection between Japan and ECW. Pacific Rim Pro Wrestling Podcast: covering Japan to the U.S and all points throughout history. Please like, share and subscribe!
Fumi Saito is a legendary pro wrestling journalist, author and historian. In his new podcast hosted by Jim Valley, you'll learn about the history of wrestling, how it ties into what's happening today and hear stories never heard anywhere else. Follow us on Twitter @fumihikodayo & @jimvalley. Each week you can ask questions using the hashtag #askfumi. Please like, share and subcribe.
In this episode:
- All Japan's Women's Wrestling Reunion Show
- Ali vs Inoki: what it meant in Japan
- The Machines
- Famous NWA, WWF and AWA world title changes in Japan and how the public reacted