All Japan Official Videos for September 28, 2012 [2 Matches]

Kensuke Sasaki, Katsuhiko Nakajima & Akira Raijin vs. TAKA Michinoku, Taiyo Kea & Jamal from December 5, 2005 @ Ota City Gymnasium Suwama vs. Joe Doering, Champion Carnival 2008 Match, from April 8, 2008.

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[NJPW/AJP 40th Ann. News] The full cards for upcoming double header shows in Taiwan have been announced. Card Fight! Vanguard PRESENTS 40th Anniversary Year New Japan Pro Wrestling and All Japan Pro-Wrestling “We are Prowrestling Love! in TAIWAN”, 10/27/2012 [Sat] 18:30 @ National Taiwan UniversityGeneral Gymnasium(1) All Japan Special 6 … Continue reading

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[All Japan News] AJP announced that Hiroshi Yamato will be defending the World Junior belt against DDT’s Kenny Omega on the October 7 show. This match kind of came out of nowhere, but Yamato has said that he wants to be a strong champion. Well he will get that chance … Continue reading

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[All Japan News] AJP released some updates for the 40th ANNIVERSARY TOUR which starts on October 7 and runs to October 21.Among the matches announced is the inclusion of Scott Norton who announced over the past weekend that he would be making his return to compete in Japan. If you … Continue reading

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[Weekend Recap for September 24, 2012 Vol. 3] A look back of the bigger moments that went down among major promotions in Japan this last weekend from 9/22 to 9/23. We are back on the normal weekend schedule and there is definitely a few points to talk about following this … Continue reading

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[All Japan Update] Kevin Nash and Keiji Mutoh had a special meet up today in Japan to promote Nash’s movie “Monster Brawl” as well as a small press conference for tomorrow’s big upcoming show. Nash had some positive words for the new generation, he pointed out SUSHI (Akira Raijin/KIYOSHI in … Continue reading

All Japan Official Video: 9/21/12 Event Digest

All Japan Pro-Wrestling “40th Anniversary Year 2012 FLASHING TOUR”, 9/21/2012 [Fri] 18:30 @ Tatebayashi City Public Gymnasium in Gunma 650 Spectators (1) Andy Woo vs. Kazushi Miyamoto(2) Taiyo Kea & Yasufumi Nakanoueno vs. Joe Doering & Zodiac(6) Triple Crown Prelude, Ishikawa Dental Clinic Presents, 6 Man Tag Match: Masakatsu Funaki, … Continue reading

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[All Japan News] Scott “Flash” Norton will be making his return to Japan as he is set to compete in All Japan Pro-Wrestling’s upcoming tour in October. Norton has been semi-retired for the last several years, but he will be coming back to compete for the Korakuen Hall show on … Continue reading

[All Japan Official Videos for September 21, 2012] (2 Matches)

Keiji Mutoh vs. Seiya Sanada from the Champion Carnival 2009, April 7, 2009 @ Hive Nagaoka.~ With the upcoming Yokohama Congress show on 9/23 which will see Mutoh teaming with Kevin Nash, All Japan has released the first ever singles bout between Sanada and Mutoh. Akebono & Toru Owashi vs. … Continue reading

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[All Japan News] It has been announced that Masahiro Chono will be coming to attend the Yokohama Cultural Gymnasium show on 9/23.Of course the show will see Keiji Mutoh teaming with Kevin Nash, in what was pointing to a nWo reunion between the nWo and nWo Japan. Now with Masahiro … Continue reading

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[RUMOR] Emphasis on RUMOR before I even begin saying anything. I only aim to translate this information, but keep in mind that RUMORS are not facts! I will though provide some enlightening information towards if it could be factual or a stinky pile of you know what. [SOURCE: Tokyo Sports] … Continue reading

All Japan Official Video: 9/17/12 Event Digest

All Japan Pro-Wrestling “40th Anniversary Year 2012 FLASHING TOUR”, 9/17/2012 [Mon] 17:00 @ Hachinohe Seagull View Hotel Gymnasium in Aomori800 Spectators (1) Yasufumi Nakanoueno vs. Andy Woo(4) Seiya Sanada & Kaz Hayashi vs. Masayuki Kono & Koji Kanemoto(5) World Tag Prelude Match: Takao Omori, Manabu Soya & Hiroshi Yamato vs. … Continue reading