I haven't posted in a while but I will post a few Toryumon packs. One is the reunion card workers and the other is other former Toryumon workers in their Toryumon gimmicks. I hope to have it up around the date of the reunion card.
I am back with a small update. By small, I mean that these are an early bundle of wrestlers. These are five AEW women who have not appeared in any form of an update (to my knowledge) and one who was updated. Five have wrestled maybe three matches at most and the fifth recently returned after an extended stay in Japan. These are not the best exports but they are from what I've seen. If anyone wants to better them, by all means do it.
Aja Kong, Japanese wrestling legend who came in at AEW Double or Nothing. Kong was set to return prior to getting injured.
Jamie Hayter, Bea Priestly's partner and stablemate in Stardom's Odeo Tai
Ryo Mizunami, the only member of the winning team at Double or Nothing to not return to AEW yet.
Sadie Gibbs, introduced at Double or Nothing in the crowd, but only appeared in the All Out Buy-in Casino Battle Royal.
Shoko Nakajima, "Big Kaiju" the wrestler who has only appeared at Fight For the Fallen's Buy-In.
One of my next projects is trying to do Shine and Evolve exports. I will include the NXT talents (Joaquin Wilde, Jessie Kamea, Brendan Vink, Austin Theory, Mansoor and Rik Boogz) running on these shows of late. Besides Ivelisse, these will all be fresh exports.
The TNM 3:16 list shouldn't be used as a reference IMO. It has problems.
If I may make the suggestion, I'd go with TNM UK's reference move database. Peter has been curating it for many years and he runs every change and addition by me before releasing it.
Peter watches a lot more wrestling that I do. My view of wrestling, like my web design, is stuck in the 90s. So I have a conservative view of new moves and variations, and will eagerly lump them in with existing stuff. Because of the range of exports, Peter also needs to cover moves used by say a couple guys in Japan where I generally exclude the more obscure stuff.
That said, I'm forever fiddling with the list and have made changes based on feedback. Like the latest change split back suplex out of belly-to-back suplex into its own move after some good discussion on the subject of back suplex vs belly-to-back suplex vs German suplex.
What people underestimate is how big an effect a well-curated move database has on the quality of the play-by-play. Set the wrong flags and moves start to happen when they shouldn't. It's really a lot more complex than it appears on the surface.
Totally agree. The reference list is more about helping people not have duplicate moves in their database than anything.