New Japan Pro Wrestling's annual Best of the Super Juniors tournament is underway, and Ricochet and Will Ospreay put on a non-stop, high-flying display of athleticism that you'll probably either love or hate.

Ospreay and Ricochet know each other like the back of their hands. #njbosj pic.twitter.com/w6shsvbIvF

— DTAM (@DeathToAllMarks) May 27, 2016

This sequence tho. #njbosj pic.twitter.com/fJvwyVVEm9

— DTAM (@DeathToAllMarks) May 27, 2016

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JUST WHAT#njbosj pic.twitter.com/EFFoGQoR3q

— DTAM (@DeathToAllMarks) May 27, 2016

Wrestling legend Vader, who spent many years wrestling in Japan, was critical of the match and compared it to a gymnastics routine. Vader's argument is that Ricochet and Ospreay aren't wrestling so much as they're obviously working together to pull off a series of incredible spots.

Blantant acrobatics,no story,is there anything done in this video that relates to winning u could get 2 high school gymnast and put ona show

— Big Van Vader (@itsvadertime) May 29, 2016

Im all forwrestling evoling as long as it staysconsitent with someone winning and somene losing Tell that story Demonstrate that

— Big Van Vader (@itsvadertime) May 28, 2016

Ricochet responded to Vader's critisim on Twitter, and was backed up by a number of fellow wrestlers.

"People don't understand that "professional wrestling" is an art. And much like any art, there are endless ways to express it. It can LITERALLY be anything the performers in the ring want it to be."