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 No.272[Reply]

>Oh no no no

We got too cocky Harold bros!

>At a meeting of New Japan Pro-Wrestling's parent company Bushiroad's board of directors today September 29, 2020, a change was announced in NJPW's directorship. This change will take effect at the beginning of NJPW's 50th year of trading on October 23rd.


Outgoing President/CEO Harold Meij

New NJPW President/CEO (as of October 23)

Takami Ohbari (current NJPW of America CEO)

https://www.njpw1972.com/81590

 No.273

>>272
Holy shit the nips are retarded. Harold basically saved the company after getting it away from Inoki's retarded grasp. But instead of going
>Okay this dude is legit
They went full nip autism and are going to fuck it up.

 No.276

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 No.275[Reply]

test


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 No.274[Reply]

THE KWO IS NOW IN EFFECT


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 No.16[Reply]

WRESTLING WAIFU THREAD
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 No.42

>>37
10/10

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>>18
Is… THAT… MEEEEEEEWWWWWWWWWWWW?

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>>47
My Waifu Act Yukasawa, Got shot on by no eyebrows bitch, She mew all day brother

 No.231

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I want to fuck Kana so bad

 No.269

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I don't waifu her but I'd be lying if I said that statement wasn't hot



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 No.268[Reply]

Happy 9/11 wrestlebros! How are you guys celebrating?


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 No.258[Reply]

Hey guys, I don't know how to read nor what wresling is. What's a good place to start???
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 No.260

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>>259
Is that like the prequel to all the other ones? Do you have to watch them in order to get the lore?

 No.261

>>258
King of the Ring 1996. Just start there and work forward though every WWE event and show until you reach about 2002. This lets you see Stone Cold's 3:16 promo which is sort of the starting point for the best era of wrestling. Then you can watch the rise and fall of wrestling until it just peters out into irrelevance.

 No.262

>>260
I was JK
My first PPV I ever saw I think was Wrestlemania VIII, and it's my favorite to this day maybe.
You've gotta see the height of Hogan and the rise of Bret Hart. Then do what >>261
says.

 No.263

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>>262
Height of Hogan was his first Japan run. 1983 Hogan was still shoot 6'7" and he is at his physical peak of 300 lbs+ of muscle. He moved like a cruiserweight with speed and force that we will probably never see again. Hogan was so strong and so fast that right at the end of his run Inoki booked the debut IWGP tournament to crown the first IWGP heavyweight champion. Hogan pretty clearly decided to go into business for himself and shoot palm struck Inoki right on the chin when Hogan was performing the signature move he used in Japan, the axe bomber. He rattled Inoki's brains so hard that the ref and every NJPW employee at ringside was desperately trying to get the shook Inoki back in the ring while Hogan smugly circled the ring for over a minute working the crowd onto his side. Eventually the ref had to declare Hogan the winning in order to maintain kayfabe. Inoki was so seething with unmitigated anal fissures that Hogan stole the founding lineage that Inoki planned to be his promotions most prestigious title that he dissolved the title and quietly rebooted it a few years later just so Hogan wouldn't be the first champ and Inoki himself the first loser.

Hogan Ichiban

 No.267

>>263
>Chinoki is now a muslim with one of the most generic muslim names possible
Was it autism lads?



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 No.240[Reply]

Was this wrestling's reddit moment?

 No.264

Oh shit, is dat some Max Landis?

 No.266

>I need to reinvent and deconstruct thing so I can be relevant in said thing
Why do amerimutts do this?



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 No.265[Reply]

Would Teev be good at wrestling?


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 No.257[Reply]

Next episode comes out this Sunday.
FINALLy
This ppv was hard to watch when I was young, so bummed about the finish.


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 No.250[Reply]

Frontier Martial-Arts Wrestling was a Japanese Professional Wrestling promotion founded by Atsushi Onita in 1989. He started it due to the two main promotions, Antonio Inoki's New Japan Pro-Wrestling and Giant Baba's All Japan Pro Wrestling, rejecting his ideas about how "everything should be allowed in Puroresu". Onita expanded on the brawling style he had encountered in Jerry Lawler's Continental Wrestling Association in Memphis, Tennessee and the use of barbed-wire in the World Wrestling Council in Puerto Rico. Baba derisively labeled the FMW style "Garbage Wrestling", though it is more respectfully labeled "Hardcore." While Onita was the focus, and many Japanese wrestlers (W*ING Kanemura, Masato Tanaka, Hayabusa, Tarzan Goto, Mr. Gannosuke) made their names there, it also was the promotion where the likes of Jado Gedo and TAKA Michinoku debuted, American wrestler Mike Awesome made his career as "The Gladiator" and also where Sabu first made his name, and, as a result of competing in no-rope barbed-wire matches, became the "scarred-up freak" the world would come to know and love. Much of what FMW pioneered would later be brought to US audiences via ECW.

https://mega.nz/file/f1sTXKZI#qt0b0ImhZt67F5NcMEk5sMSXkRxw29bCV-rXgIBlxwU
https://mega.nz/file/a19j2KoT#Ik8EP2lRMi2VuZd7qc4HOIxeujPWigfZ6Y5aNULwGqc

The first link is the commercial DVD for Battle Creation: Toso an event on Dec 10th 1989. You may notice that the Engrish on the title cards is especially grievous but please remember that at this Onita had not yet gone back to high school to get his diploma. The second link is a handheld recording from the event. Many of the commercial recordings are edited to cut the undercard matches short so the entire event could fit on VHS so you need to watch the handheld if you are interested in a more complete viewing.
>Kumiko Matsuda v Miwa Sato
>Tiger Jackson v Little Devil *Super Jr. transitional title match*
>Crusher Dennis v Mitsuteru Tokuda
>Masa Kurisu v Shoji Akiyoshi
>Sambo Asako v Monkey Magic Wakita
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>>250
30 YEARS IN THE BUSINESS BEGINS HERE

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Onita's Final Chapter Lateral Biography is a collection of Onita's appearences in 1995 leading up to his penultimate match prior to his second retirement.
>Atsushi Onita v Sambo Asako *Sambo Asako's Retirement match* 1/5/95
>Atsushi Onita & Tarzan Goto & Mr. Gannosuke & Katsutoshi Niiyama& Koji Nakagawa & Masato Tanaka & Gosaku Goshogawara v Mr. Pogo& The Gladiator & Mitsuhiro Matsunaga & Hisakatsu Oya& Yukihiro Kanemura & Hideki Hosaka & >Hido *Barbed Wire Bat Million Yen Pole Match* 1/6/95
>Atsushi Onita v Tetsuhiro Kuroda *W*ING promoted show, Pogo makes Onita wrestle the opening match to embarrass him* 1/17/95
>Atsushi Onita & Mr. Gannosuke & Katsutoshi Niiyama & Masato Tanaka v Mr. Pogo & The Gladiator & & Hido *No Rope Barbed wire Street Fight Tornado Death Match* 1/17/95
>Atsushi Onita v Mr. Pogo *Street Fight* 1/21/95
>The Great Nita & Mr. Gannosuke & Katsutoshi Niiyama v Mr. Pogo & The Gladiator & Hido *Street Fight* 2/17/95
>The Great Nita & Mr. Gannosuke & Katsutoshi Niiyama v Mr. Pogo & The Gladiator & Hideki Hosaka *Street Fight* 3/10/95
>The Great Nita v King Pogo *Street Fight* 3/15/95
>The Great Nita v Big King Pogo *No Ropes Barbed wire Barricade Double Hell Death Match* 3/30/95
>Atsushi Onita & Koji Nakagawa & Katsutoshi Niiyama & Masato Tanaka v Mr. Pogo & Mitsuhiro Matsunaga & The Gladiator & Horace Boulder *Barbed wire Bat Million Yen Pole Barbed Wire Barricade Double Hell Tornado Street Fight Death Match* 4/21/95
>The Great Nita & Katsutoshi Niiyama & Masato Tanaka v Mr. Pogo & The Gladiator & Hideki Hosaka *The Great Nita's Last Match* 5/1/95
>Atsushi Onita v Mr. Pogo *FMW Brass Knuckles Championship Barbed wire Barricade Street Fight Death Match* 5/4/95

 No.256

Deleted the links because someone was copypastaing the two posts with links in this thread on 4chan. I don't want some autist to get his knickers in a twist and get my mega shoahed. If you still want these Gahoole email me or hit me up on youtube before someone gets that account banned too.



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