The same goes for any other exercise methodology sold to unwary consumers by inexperienced trainers. “Balance ball training, all this weird equipment that gyms buy… trainers use this stuff, always selling themselves instead of the exercise, and don’t have any idea what they’re trying to accomplish,” Hutchins continues. “Anybody, especially a novice, can wing it for a while and see results, which might make him think it’s working, but this circus stuff is ultimately counterproductive.” A simple program for building strength in the core four slow lifts—again, the bench, shoulder press, deadlift, squat—such as five sets of five reps supplemented by one or two assistance exercises, is enough to get any trainee well on the way to building his body.
The second match of the night featured the debut of a character called "Super Liger", a silver and white version of Jyushin Thunder Liger played by Chris Jericho . Super Liger wrestled Koji Kanemoto in what Power Slam Magazine correspondent Rob Butcher called "A super aerial battle". Super Liger won after 11 minutes and 11 seconds of action by using a bridging tiger suplex to pin Kanemoto.   NJPW intended to use "Super Liger" character as a storyline enemy of Jyushin Thunder Liger, hoping to create a rivalry similar to the Tiger Mask vs. Black Tiger rivalry.  However, the character was so poorly received that it was never used again.