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[All Japan News] AJP announced that Taiyo Kea will be taking part in 2 matches on January 2nd & 3rd to as his final send off before he takes an extended absence to go to study business management near his home of Hawaii.On January 2nd, Taiyo Kea will be reuniting … Continue reading

AJP, NOAH, ZERO1 [Furinkazan Final], DDT & K-DOJO results for December 15, 2012

All Japan Pro-Wrestling “2012 Fan Appreciation Day”, 12/15/2012 [Sat] 18:00 @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo 2,150 Spectators (1) KENSO Presents Whip Ass Lumberjack Death Match: KENSO vs. Andy Woo ◆Winner: KENSO (6:11) following a Diving Elbow Drop. (2) World Junior & GHC Junior Prelude Match: Suwama & Shuji Kondo vs. … Continue reading

Ryota Hama & Koriki Choshu vs. Manabu Soya & “Takao Omori” RG for the F-1 Tag Championship from December 11, 2011 at the Korakuen Hall in Tokyo. All Japan posted last years F-1 tag title match which is a lead in to the upcoming “Fan Appreciation Show” on December 15th. … Continue reading

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[All Japan News] There are a couple news stories from today…First up is the announcement that the Chinese born rookie Soshun will be officially retiring as of December 31st. Soshun was unable to compete for All Japan for well over a year due to visa issues which then led to … Continue reading

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[All Japan News] All Japan announced the first title matches to be held in the new year.Following the show this past weekend the next set of title matches have been set in place as well as a Triple Crown contendership struggle. The first title match announced for the new year … Continue reading

All Japan [Triple Crown: Funaki/Soya] results for December 11, 2012

All Japan Pro-Wrestling “40th ANNIVERSARY FINAL TOUR”, 12/11/2012 [Sat] 18:30 @ White Ring in Nagano 2,450 Spectators (1) Kaz Hayashi & Shuji Kondo vs. Minoru Tanaka & MAZADA ◆Winner: Hayashi (6:04) following the Power Plant to Minoru. (2) 3WAY Match: SUSHI vs. Kikutaro [Akiba] vs. Andy Woo ◆Winner: SUSHI (6:48) … Continue reading

All Japan Pro-Wrestling “40th ANNIVERSARY FINAL TOUR”, 12/8/2012 [Wed] 17:00 @ Kimitsu City Gymnasium in Chiba 1,250 Spectators (2) Taiyo Kea, KENSO & Kaz Hayashi vs. Bambi Killer, Franz Dynamite & SUSHI (3) GAORA TV Prelude Match: Seiya Sanada & Andy Woo vs. Kazushi Miyamoto & Tomoaki Honma (5) Triple … Continue reading

Keiji Mutoh vs. Daichi Hashimoto from March 21, 2011 @ Ryogoku Kokugikan ~ Daichi Hashimoto’s second match following his debut earlier in the month. The two remaining Three Musketeers aim to challenge the fighting spirit of the son of the late Shinya Hashimoto by being the first ones to face … Continue reading

All Japan, DDT, DIAMOND RING & K-DOJO results for December 8, 2012

All Japan Pro-Wrestling “40th ANNIVERSARY FINAL TOUR”, 12/8/2012 [Wed] 17:00 @ Kimitsu City Gymnasium in Chiba 1,250 Spectators (1) Shuji Kondo & Menso~re Oyaji vs. Minoru Tanaka & MAZADA ◆Winner: Kondo (8:50) following the King Kong Lariat to MAZADA. (2) Taiyo Kea, KENSO & Kaz Hayashi vs. Bambi Killer, Franz … Continue reading

All Japan & Real Japan results for December 7, 2012

All Japan Pro-Wrestling “40th ANNIVERSARY FINAL TOUR”, 12/7/2012 [Fri] 18:30 @ Niigata City Gymnasium 1,200 Spectators (1) Yasufumi Nakanoueno vs. Andy Woo ◆Winner: Nakanoueno (6:14) with a Boston Crab. (2) Hiroshi Yamato vs. SUSHI ◆Winner: Yamato (6:40) with the Cross Arm Suplex Hold. (3) GAORA TV Prelude Match: Seiya Sanada … Continue reading

All Japan Pro-Wrestling “40th ANNIVERSARY FINAL TOUR”, 12/5/2012 [Wed] 18:30 @ Fukui West Gymnasium 450 Spectators (part 1, above)(5) Akebono & Ryota Hama vs. Bambi Killer & Franz Dynamite(6) Triple Crown & Asia Prelude 8 Man Tag Match: Masakatsu Funaki, Masayuki Kono, Minoru Tanaka & Koji Kanemoto vs. Manabu Soya, … Continue reading

All Japan results for December 5, 2012

All Japan Pro-Wrestling “40th ANNIVERSARY FINAL TOUR”, 12/5/2012 [Wed] 18:30 @ Fukui West Gymnasium 450 Spectators (1) Hiroshi Yamato vs. Andy Woo ◆Winner: Yamato (7:36) with the Cross Arm Suplex Hold. (2) Taiyo Kea vs. Yasufumi Nakanoueno ◆Winner: Kea (6:45) following the TKO. (3) Suwama & Joe Doering vs. KENSO … Continue reading