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Iron Kiba, champion of the World Pro Wrestling circuit, is tough. Miyazawa is just as tough, if not tougher, and the pair have a long history in the dark and criminal underbelly of the pro wrestling scene. Miyazawa's boy Kiichi looks harmless, but with Dad's training and support from other fighters he becomes a master of the Nanshin Shadow style. Eventually Kiichi and Kiba will face each other in the ring, but not before you've watched three episodes of piledriver punches, bodyslams to the concrete, crushed bones, and buckets of gore. Yet another tournament series, but with no dragonballs, cute critters, or underwear jokes-instead it's a return to Japanese professional wrestling, which has been an obsession with TV audiences ever since the earliest days of TV, when programmers fell in love with the sport because it only required one camera above the ring. The series also attempts to inject comedy, with stumbling results. Based on a manga by Tetsuya Saruwatari, who gave us even more ludicrous fighting in Riki-oh. Inadvertently or otherwise, the English-language release title implies a non-existent link with Tekken. LV