AEW Women's Eliminator Tournament 3rd Round Delivered！
AEW's women's championship challenger decision tournament, the 3rd Round where the final match of the Japan block will be held, was delivered on the morning of March 1, Japan time.
This time, it was delivered by the application "Bleacher Report" affiliated with AEW, not by YOUTUBE delivery like 2nd round.
However, because it could not be delivered well in Japan, YOUTUBE delivery started in the middle of the game. After all, I also saw it on YOUTUBE to the end.
The link for Japanese distribution is from the bottom.
This time, not only the tournament final, but also a 6-person tag of Hikaru Shida & Mei Suruga & Rin Kadokura vs Emi Sakura & Maki Ito & Asuka.
This match was also a great match with a lot to talk about, but the main event this time was Ryo Mizunami VS Yuka Sakazaki in the Japan block final.
Winners can compete in the tournament finals at AEW across the United States. It's a match where you can grab the "AEW Dream".
And the Japanese version is from the link below.
This time, Hikaru Shida will participate in a 6-person tag game, so Aja Kong will be in charge of explaining only that part. I enjoyed listening to the evaluations of each Aja player. The announcer will continue to be Haruo Murata. The fun of stability.
Japan Block Final Aya Mizunami vs Yuka Sakazaki
The tournament Japan block final is Ryo Mizunami VS Yuka Sakazaki. Admission to each other's usual characters.
However, you can see that Sakazaki waiting for the call is quite nervous.
Mizunami, on the other hand, hits the referee's back as usual, and when shaking hands with Sakazaki, he has the freedom to squeeze and hurt.
The match will proceed to Mizunami's dominance in this way.
The match progresses from the speedy back fight and arm fight, but Mizunami gradually begins to attack Sakazaki's left arm.
Master his arm, drop the elbow stamp, and squeeze it with his strength. Take advantage of his innate power to keep pace with the game.
Sakazaki also turned back his arm attack and counterattacked with a drop kick. However, Mizunami does not collapse. Even if Sakazaki fired repeatedly, he did not collapse, and the third shot was stomped. Not only the difference in career or strength, but also dominate the game.
Sakazaki managed to break through the situation, and Mizunami escaped from the rounding barrage with a sliding kick.
After Mizunami went up to the ring, it was an offensive and defensive move. While Mizunami attacks mainly on shoulder tackle, elbow attack, guillotine drop and striking technique, Mizunami's running knee to the corner, diving elbow from the second rope dodge the chop repeated hits packed in the corner of Satoshi Kojima. Yuka Sakazaki counterattacks the center of the jumping technique and tightens it with a rotating leg lock.
When Mizunami escapes the leg lock, she immediately hits the sliding lariat and shows her astuteness.
Mizunami who came out in the game here, throwing Sakazaki who flew on the rope with a power slam, and lifting Sakazaki who resists, German, Lariat, guillotine on kneeling Sakazaki, Maki Ito when it ends with a count of 2 To the arm triangle choke. I will hunt down Sakazaki.
However! Here, Sakazaki, remove the arm triangle choke by backflip and go to triangle choke. Mizunami managed to escape to the rope even though she tightened her legs tightly with a tight triangle choke and continued to tighten her legs for more than a minute. However, Sakazaki is on the offensive.
From the meeting between the elbow and the chop, the spinal cord is slashed and knocked down by the lariat, but after that, the elbow is struck in rapid succession, and the swan dive type body press "Magical Girl Splash" explodes by climbing the top rope from the rolling elbow and sliding lariat!
But this is a count of 2! I quickly climbed the third rope and aimed for a swan dive type 450 °, but this was evaded, and Mizunami caught the chasing lariat and threw it back. Two people who went down to each other and returned to the place where they played a game once and went to a decision in exhaustion.
Sakazaki who rolls up with Urakan Lana from rounding, and Mizunami who rolls up from Lariat but defeats it with Spear, grabs his arm and hits Lariat. This will be returned with a count of 2, but the finish hold "RED VOLTAGE" explodes, holding it in the form of Mizunami and Fisherman who came out in the game here, and hitting it in the form of a buster as it is, and finally in the form of a guillotine drop. !!
1, 2, 3 towards the camera! Mizunami and Sakazaki did not return this, and Mizunami won the AEW Women's Championship Challenger Tournament, Japan Block.
A game in which each other is deadly. Sakazaki also showed a powerful fight that didn't suit her body and the strength of her ground fighting, but was she defeated because she couldn't bring her back to the finish after returning the magical girl Splash?
It was a good match that Ryo Mizunami pulled out Yuka Sakazaki and managed to surpass it.
Ryo Mizunami, also known as "Aniki," is the history of the tournament.
The opponent of Ryo Mizunami's first round is Maki Ito. In response to her singing admission, performances such as "The cutest thing in the world is Ito-chan punch" and Ito's world view with strong acquaintance, Mizunami also firmly develops her own world view.
She won the world view confrontation with a firm shoulder. I showed her the difference in her own power.
And a tweet like Aniki after the game. It's cool.
And the second round is the Aja Kong match. From the power comparison of "Kaiju Great War", ring out victory using AEW count 10. At first glance, it sounds sloppy, but it is the result of making Aja groggy with the guillotine technique from the top rope to the apron. I won firmly
Aniki would have been deeply moved by the victory over Aja. A powerful tweet.
And this post-war tweet by Yuka Sakazaki.
I think this reliability and freshness is the reason why she is called "Aniki". And the tournament final will be held on March 4th at AEW Dynamite. The final match is VS Nyla Rose! I believe you will win! Ganbare! "Aniki"!
It's official! This Wednesday LIVE on #AEWDynamite - It's @NylaRoseBeast vs. @mizunami0324.— All Elite Wrestling (@AEW) 2021年3月2日
The winner will go on to face @shidahikaru for the AEW Women's World Championship this Sunday at #AEWRevolution!
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