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[BJW News] Big Japan Pro-Wrestling officially announced that Sekimoto will be defending the World Strong Heavyweight belt against W-1’s Shuji Kondo on November 4th as well as the full card for the rest of the show. The main event for the show was also announced as Shuji Ishikawa, despite any … Continue reading

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[All Japan News] Yoshihito Sasaki has sent an angry message to All Japan Pro-Wrestling following the disrespect that Manabu Soya has shown with the BJW World Strong Heavy Championship. On the January 17th show, Manabu Soya appeared with the belt with an “A” written on tape and placed over the … Continue reading

All Japan [Yamato/Kondo Double Jr. Title], BJW [Kobayashi/Ishikawa – Yoshihito/Soya] & NJPW results for January 2, 2013

All Japan Pro-Wrestling “2013 New Year Shining Series ~NEW YEAR 2DAYS~”, 1/2/2013 [Wed] 12:00 @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo (1) KENSO vs. SUSHI ◆Winner: KENSO (7:13) following a Diving Elbow Drop. (2) Minoru Tanaka & Koji Kanemoto vs. Osamu Nishimura & Andy Woo ◆Winner: Minoru (6:23) with a Cross Armbar … Continue reading

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[AJP/BJW News] All Japan announced that “GET WILD” will be competing against Daisuke Sekimoto & Yuji Okabayashi on BJW’s big show on December 9. These 2 teams have faced off in the past and their upcoming match could very well be the last time that GET WILD will be teaming … Continue reading

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[All Japan/Big Japan News] Big Japan announced that Yoshihito Sasaki will be defending the BJW World Strong Heavy belt against All Japan’s Ryota Hama on December 9.Yoshihito and Hama are no strangers in the ring and recently battled one an other in a tag match in BJW on September 25th. … Continue reading

BJW results for October 29, 2012.

BJW, 10/29/2012 [Mon] 19:00 @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo (1) MENS’ Teioh & SUSUMU vs. Onryo & Makoto Oishi ◆Winner: Onryo (9:58) with the Onryo Clutch on SUSUMU. (2) Yuji Okabayashi, Shinobu & Shinya Ishikawa vs. Isami Kodaka, Drake Younger & Kankuro Hoshino ◆Winner: Okabayashi (13:24) with the Argentine Backbreaker … Continue reading