Welcome to Frank Pozen's Big Bad Blog. A lot of folks have been asking me to update them about my recovery. So I thought I would start a blog primarily to do that but also to talk about other topics of interest including the wrestling business and whatever else I can think of. I plan to update this on a regular basis so check back and leave a comment if you wish.
Monday, December 21, 2009
Saori Ishioka named 2009 JEWELS MVP
Yesterday JEWELS held their very first year end party and also gave out their first annual awards. I'm not a big fan of this kind of self serving nonsense. It seems like they wanted to give everyone a plaque. Some of the awards given out are ridiculous and a couple are insulting. The 2009 JEWELS MVP award was given to Saori Ishioka. The match of the year was awarded to Megumi Fujii vs Saori Ishioka so that was part of the reason. But they also gave her credit for her phony baloney win over Sally Krumdiack. Ishioka is young and not with a lot of experience so she has a bright future. She said she's like to have a rematch with Fujii in 2010. Shizuka Sugiyama was given a Fighting Spirit prize. Mika Nagano was given a Technique prize. Asami Kodera and Alexandra Sanchez were given Distinguished Seveice Medals for winning the ROUGH STONE tournament. The former Hustle (now Smash) wrestler Karate Girl was named Rookie Of The Year. I know that's silly. But JEWELS matchmaker Shigeru Saeki credited her for the sellout of the most recent show. And they also gave a special preize to the shoot boxer Lena no doubt for similar reasons. But I laughed when I saw that they awarded Megumi Yabushita and Megumi Fujii with Service prizes. That's right. They were given plaques because they're old. Maybe the two of them should take those plaques and slap Saeki upside his head.