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February 2002 PPV


February 24, 2002 in Tokyo, Japan
Budokan Hall drawing 16,300
Shown live on Japanese PPV
  1. Nobukazu Hirai pinned Ryuji Hijikata (9:32).

  2. Hi69 beat Yaz Urano and Gran Naniwa (6:56) in a "triangle" match when he pinned Urano.

  3. Masato Tanaka & Hideki Hosaka beat Shawn Hernandez & Kasey Geyer (10:33) when Tanaka pinned Geyer.

  4. Steve Williams & Mike Rotunda beat Tomoaki Honma & Shigeo Okumura (10:05) when Williams pinned Honma.

  5. Kendo Kashin beat Kazushi Miyamoto (2:47) via submission.

  6. Mike Barton, Jim Steele, & George Hines beat Yoji Anjoh, Arashi, & Nobutaka Araya (17:22) when Barton pinned Araya.

  7. Taiyo Kea pinned Mitsuya Nagai (17:23).

  8. Genichiro Tenryu pinned Satoshi Kojima (17:51).

  9. Toshiaki Kawada pinned Keiji Mutoh (27:37) to win the All Japan Triple Crown.
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April 2002 PPV


April 13, 2002 in Tokyo, Japan
Budokan Hall drawing 16,000
Shown live on Japanese PPV
  1. Nobukazu Hirai beat Yaz Urano (5:39) via submission.

  2. Kaz Hayashi, Jimmy Yang, & Hi69 beat Kazushi Miyamoto, Gran Naniwa, & Ryuji Hijikata (10:30) when Yang beat Hijikata.

  3. Hiroshi Hase & Hideki Hosaka beat George Hines & Tomoaki Honma (11:56) when Hase pinned Honma.

  4. Kendo Kashin beat Masa Fuchi (16:55) via submission to win the vacant All Japan PWF Junior Heavyweight Title.

  5. Steve Williams, Mike Rotunda, & Yoji Anjoh beat Mike Barton, Jim Steele, & The Cedman (16:16) when Williams pinned Cedman.

  6. Arashi & Nobutaka Araya beat Mitsuya Nagai & Shigeo Okumura (23:27) to win the vacant All Japan All-Astian Tag Title when Arashi pinned Okumura.

  7. Satoshi Kojima pinned Taiyo Kea (17:13).

  8. Genichiro Tenryu pinned Keiji Mutoh (19:38) to win the vacant All Japan Triple Crown.
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July 2002 PPV


July 17, 2002 in Osaka, Japan
Prefectural Gym drawing 5,400
Shown live on Japanese PPV
  1. Masa Fuchi & Kazushi Miyamoto beat Shigeo Okumura & Hideki Hosaka (6:40) when Fuchi pinned Hosaka.

  2. George Hines, Kaz Hayashi, & Jimmy Yang beat Johnny Smith, Ryuji Hijikata, & Gran Naniwa (11:26) when Hayashi beat Naniwa.

  3. Steve Williams, Mike Rotunda, & Yuto Aijima beat Arashi, Nobutaka Araya, & Nobukazu Hirai (7:05) when Williams pinned Araya.

  4. All Japan PWF Junior Heavyweight Champ Kendo Kashin beat Gran Hamada (11:38) via submission.

  5. Mil Mascaras & Dos Caras beat Abdullah the Butcher & Yoji Anjoh (8:20) when Mascaras pinned Anjoh for the win.

  6. Mike Barton & Jim Steele beat Mitsuya Nagai & Tomoaki Honma (5:52) when Steele pinned Honma.

  7. Brian Adams & Bryan Clarke beat Keiji Mutoh & Taiyo Kea (14:59) to win the All Japan Double Tag Team title when Clark pinned Mutoh.

  8. All Japan Triple Crown Champ Genichiro Tenryu pinned Satoshi Kojima (28:55).
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August 2002 PPV


August 30, 2002 in Tokyo, Japan
Budokan Hall drawing 13,000
Shown on Japanese PPV
  1. Kazushi Miyamoto pinned Tomoaki Honma (2:26).

  2. Hideki Hosaka beta Nobukazu Hirai and Ryuji Hijikata (4:16) in a "triangle" match when he pinned Hirai.

  3. Yoji Anjoh, Mitsuya Nagai, & Shigeo Okumura beat Arashi, Nobutaka Araya, & Yuto Aijima (10:36) when Nagai pinned Aijima.

  4. Johnny Smith, George Hines, & Gran Hamada beat Steve Williams, Mike Rotunda, & Gran Naniwa (12:46) when Hines pinned Naniwa.

  5. Abdullah the Butcher & Kendo Kashin beat Masa Fuchi & Mr. Problem (Daijiro Matsui) (8:12) when Abdullah pinned Fuchi.

  6. Kaz Hayashi pinned Jimmy Yang (13:58).

  7. Genichiro Tenryu pinned Hiroshi Hase (14:32).

  8. Bill Goldberg pinned Satoshi Kojima (4:02).

  9. All Japan World Tag Champs Brian Adams & Bryan Clarke beat Mike Barton & Jim Steele (17:25) when Adams pinned Steele.

  10. Keiji Mutoh pinned Taiyo Kea (19:47).
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August 2002 PPV


August 31, 2002 in Tokyo, Japan
Budokan Hall drawing 12,000
Shown on Japanese PPV
  1. Nobukazu Hirai pinned Ryuji Hijikata (7:01).

  2. Mike Rotunda, Johnny Smith, & Gran Naniwa beat Masa Fuchi, Gran Hamada, & Kazushi Miyamoto (16:19) when pinned Miyamoto.

  3. Abdullah the Butcher & Kendo Kashin beat Yoji Anjoh & Mitsuya Nagai (9:32) when Abdullah pinned Nagai.

  4. Masaaki Mochizuki, Dragon Kid, & Jimmy Yang beat Magnum Tokyo, Susumu Yokosuka, & Darkness Dragon (13:39) when Dragon Kid pinned Yokosuka.

  5. Brian Adams & Bryan Clarke beat Tomoaki Honma & Yuto Aijima (5:55) when Adams pinned Aijima.

  6. Mike Barton & Jim Steele beta Shigeo Okumura & Hideki Hosaka (4:10) when Barton pinned Hosaka.

  7. Satoshi Kojima pinned Nobutaka Araya (12:00).

  8. Bill Goldberg pinned Taiyo Kea (3:56).

  9. Genichiro Tenryu, Steve Williams, Arashi, Koki Kitahara, & Masao Orihara beat Keiji Mutoh, Hiroshi Hase, Jinsei Shinzaki, George Hines, & Kaz Hayashi (37:59) in an "elimination" match. Tenryu & Williams were the survivors.
    • Kitahara forced Hayashi to submit.
    • Arashi pinned Hines.
    • Shinzaki pinned Orihara.
    • Williams pinned Shinzaki (24:00).
    • Hase pinned Kitahara (28:05).
    • Tenryu pinned Hase (29:18).
    • Mutoh pinned Arashi (32:40).
    • Williams pinned Mutoh (37:59).
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October 2002 PPV


"30th Anniversary Show"
October 27, 2002 in Tokyo, Japan
Budokan Hall drawing 16,300
Shown live on Japanese PPV
  1. 30th anniversary commemorative ceremony with Toshiaki Kawada, Keiji Mutoh, Motoko Baba, The Destroyer, Nick Bockwinkel, & Gene Kiniski.

  2. Masa Fuchi & Gran Hamada beat Shigeo Okumura & Kazushi Miyamoto (9:47) when Fuchi pinned Miyamoto.

  3. Kaz Hayashi & Jimmy Yang beat Hideki Hosaka & Gran Naniwa (10:53) when Hayashi pinned Naniwa.

  4. Steve Williams, Mike Rotunda, & Johnny Smith beat Yoji Anjoh, Mitsuya Nagai, & Ryuji Hijikata (12:29) when Williams pinned Hijikata.

  5. Mike Barton, Jim Steele, & George Hines beat Arashi, Nobutaka Araya, & Nobukazu Hirai (15:52) when Barton pinned Hirai.

  6. Abdullah the Butcher & Terry Funk beat Tarzan Goto & Tomoaki Honma (13:42) when Butcher pinned Honma.

  7. Agnes Kamen (Taiyo Kea) pinned Kendo Kashin (7:05).

  8. Satoshi Kojima pinned Hiroshi Hase (20:41).

  9. Keiji Mutoh pinned Genichiro Tenryu (17:12) to win the All Japan Triple Crown.
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December 2002 PPV


December 6, 2002 in Tokyo, Japan
Budokan Hall drawing 9,800
Shown live on Japanese PPV
  1. Nobukazu Hirai pinned Gran Naniwa (6:11).

  2. Hideki Hosaka & Nobutaka Araya beat Masa Fuchi & Taichi Ishikari (8:31) when Hosaka beat Ishikari.

  3. Kaz Hayashi & Jimmy Yang beat Mr. Problem (Daijiro Matsui) & Extreme Blade (10:32) when Hayashi pinned Blade.

  4. Mike Awesome & PJ Friedman beat Shigeo Okumura & Ryuji Hijikata (6:13) when Awesome pinned Hijikata.

  5. All Japan Junior Heavyweight Champ Kendo Kashin beat Tatsuhito Takaiwa (10:56).

  6. Steve Williams & Mike Rotundo beat Yoji Anjoh & Kazushi Miyamoto (13:19) when Williams pinned Miyamoto.

  7. Genichiro Tenryu & John Tenta beat Keiji Mutoh & Road Warrior Animal (13:31) when Tenta pinned Animal.

  8. Satoshi Kojima & Taiyo Kea beat Shinjiro Ohtani & Masato Tanaka (14:39) to win the 2002 Real World Tag League and vacant All Japan World Tag Title when Kojima pinned Tanaka.
2002 Real World Tag League Final Standings

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January 2003 PPV


January 13, 2003 in Osaka, Japan
Prefectural Gym drawing 4,800
Shown live on Japanese PPV
  1. Masa Fuchi & Kazushi Miyamoto beat Gran Naniwa & Taichi Ishikari (10:18) when Miyamoto beat Ishikari.

  2. Kaz Hayashi & Jimmy Yang beat Super Dragon & Fuego (11:52) when Hayashi beat Fuego.

  3. Abdullah The Butcher & Nobukazu Hirai beat Tomoaki Honma & Ryuji Hijikata (7:18) when Abdullah beat Hijikata.

  4. Steve Williams, Mike Rotundo, & Shigeo Okumura beat Johnny Smith, George Hines, & Hideki Hosaka (16:29) when Williams beat Hosaka.

  5. Genichiro Tenryu & 200% Machine (Yoji Anjoh) beat Arashi & Nobutaka Araya (13:40) when Tenryu beat Araya.

  6. Shinya Hashimoto & Kazuhiko Ogasawara beat Satoshi Kojima & Kendo Kashin (15:32) when Hashimoto pinned Kashin.

  7. All Japan Triple Crown Champ The Great Muta pinned The Gladiator (18:11).
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February 2003 PPV


February 23, 2003 in Tokyo, Japan
Budokan Hall drawing 15,800
Shown live on Japanese PPV
  1. Gran Hamada & Taichi Ishikari beat Masa Fuchi & Spriggan (11:53) when Hamada pinned Spriggan.

  2. Extreme Blade pinned Super Dragon (8:09).

  3. Tomoaki Honma, Kazushi Miyamoto, Sanshiro Takagi, & Tomohiko Hashimoto beat Shigeo Okumura, Hideki Hosaka, Yuto Aijima, & Ryuji Hijikata (24:33) in an "elimination" match. Honma & Miyamoto were the survivors.
    • Hijikata pinned Hashimoto (9:54).
    • Miyamoto beat Aijima (15:30).
    • Takagi DCO Hosaka (16:29).
    • Honma beat Hijikata (18:38) via DQ.
    • Honma pinned Okumura (24:33).

  4. The Gladiator pinned Nobukazu Hirai (8:57).

  5. Genichiro Tenryu, Yoji Anjoh, & Kaz Hayashi beat John Tenta, Gigantes, & Jimmy Yang (15:12) when Hayashi beat Yang.

  6. Satoshi Kojima, Arashi, Nobutaka Araya, & Kendo Kashin beat Shinjiro Ohtani, Masato Tanaka, Kazuhiko Ogasawara, & Ryouji Sai (20:06) when Kojima pinned Sai.

  7. Shinya Hashimoto pinned The Great Muta (20:09) to win the All Japan Triple Crown Title.
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July 2003 PPV


July 19, 2003 in Tokyo, Japan
Budokan Hall drawing 15,800
Shown live on Japanese PPV
  1. Kaz Hayashi, Jimmy Yang, & Hi69 beat Nobukazu Hirai, Gran Hamada, & Taichi Ishikari (10:58) when Hayashi pinned Ishikari.

  2. Big John Tenta, George Hines, & Robbie Brookside beat Hiroshi Hase, Shigeo Okumura, & Masayuki Kono (17:35) when Tenta pinned Kono.

  3. Tomoaki Honma & Kazushi Miyamoto beat Kintaro Kanemura & Tetsuhiro Kuroda (14:12) when Miyamoto beat Kuroda.

  4. Kohei Sato & Hiro Yokoi beat Hideki Hosaka & Yusaku (13:34) when Yokoi forced Yusaku to submit.

  5. Arashi pinned Nobutaka Araya (10:15).

  6. Kohei Sato & Hiro Yokoi beat Tomoaki Honma & Kazushi Miyamoto (9:48) to win the vacant All Japan All-Asian Tag Title when Sato pinned Honma.

  7. The Great Muta beat Gigantes (12:04) via submission.

  8. Toshiaki Kawada & Satoshi Kojima beat Naoya Ogawa & Katsuhisa Fujii (14:58) via countout.
Final All-Asian Tag Title League Final Standings

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September 2003 PPV


September 6, 2003 in Tokyo, Japan
Budokan Hall drawing 8,000
Shown live on Japanese PPV
  1. Kaz Hayashi, Ryuji Hijikata, & Hi69 beat Masa Fuchi, Masayuki Kono, & Taichi Ishikari (12:53) when Hi69 beat Ishikari.

  2. Kazushi Miyamoto, Tomohiko Hashimoto, & Shoichi Ichinomiya beat Extreme Blade, Funkster, & Gran Hamada (9:48) when Miyamoto pinned Blade.

  3. Shawn Hernandez pinned Tomoaki Honma (5:56).

  4. Toshiaki Kawada pinned The Gladiator (3:26).

  5. Shinjiro Ohtani pinned Satoshi Kojima (17:07).

  6. All Japan All-Asian Tag Champs Hiro Yokoi & Kohei Sato beat Shigeo Okumura & Nobukazu Hirai (11:31) when Yokoi pinned Hirai.

  7. All Japan Junior Heavyweight Champ Kendo Kashin beat The Great Sasuke (15:05) via submission.

  8. All Japan World Tag Champs Keiji Mutoh & Arashi beat Gigantes & Taka Michinoku (18:24) when Arashi beat Michinoku.

  9. Toshiaki Kawada pinned Shinjiro Ohtani (21:34) to win the vacant All Japan Triple Crown Title.
All Japan Triple Crown tournament brackets

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October 2003 PPV


"31st Anniversary Show"
October 26, 2003 in Tokyo, Japan
Budokan Hall drawing 12,800
Shown live on Japanese PPV
  1. Shigeo Okumura beat Crusher Bam Bam Hirai (6:58).

  2. Taichi Ishikari, Ryuji Hijikata, & Masa Fuchi beat Kazushi Miyamoto, Hi69, & Jeremy Lopez (12:47) when Ishikari pinned Lopez.

  3. Low-Ki pinned Silver King (13:33).

  4. The Mask of Tiger (Satoru Sayama) pinned Gran Hamada (11:28).

  5. Taka Michinoku & Gigantes beat Kaz Hayashi, Tomoaki Honma, & Masayuki Kono (9:28) in a "handicap" match when Gigantes pinned Honma.

  6. All Japan PWF Junior Heavyweight Champ Kendo Kashin beat Dr. Wagner, Jr. (16:32) via submission.

  7. Satoshi Kojima pinned Nobutaka Araya (16:38).

  8. All Japan World Tag Champs Keiji Mutoh & Arashi beat Bull Buchanan & D-Lo Brown (24:36) when Mutoh pinned Brown.

  9. All Japan Triple Crown Champ Toshiaki Kawada TKO Don Frye (17:05).
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December 2003 PPV


December 5, 2003 in Tokyo, Japan
Budokan Hall drawing 5,300
Shown live on Japanese PPV
  1. Shigeo Okumura & Mitsu Hirai, Jr. beat Masa Fuchi & Hi69 (3:15) when Okumura pinned Hi69.

  2. Ryuji Hijikata & Masayuki Kono beat Hideki Hosaka & Taichi Ishikari (9:41) when Hijikata beat Ishikari.

  3. Satoshi Kojima & Kaz Hayashi beat Arashi & Ebeto-san (Ebessan) (14:310 when Hayashi pinned Ebeto.

  4. The Mask of Tiger (Satoru Sayama) & Mister Japan Kamikaze beat La Parka Original & Parka Guerrera (10:31) when Tiger pinned Guerrera.

  5. Gigantes, Bull Buchanan, & Justin Credible beat Nobutaka Araya, Tomoaki Honma, & Kazushi Miyamoto (8:20) when Buchanan pinned Miyamoto.

  6. Great Kosuke (Satoshi Kojima) & Shiryu (Kaz Hayashi) beat Tengukaizer & Jun Kasai (15:44) when Kosuke pinned Kasai.

  7. Keiji Mutoh, Sam Greco, & Abdullah the Butcher beat Taka Michinoku, D-Lo Brown, & Jamal (17:15) when Abdullah pinned Michinoku.

  8. Toshiaki Kawada & Kendo Kashin beat Shinya Hashimoto & Wataru Sakata (20:310 when Kawada beat Sakata.
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February 2004 PPV


February 22, 2004 in Tokyo, Japan
Budokan Hall drawing 10,500
Shown live on Japanese PPV
  1. Abdullah the Butcher, Ebedullah Buchan, & Yaz Urano beat Shigeo Okumura, Gran Hamada, & Taichi Ishikari (11:58) when Butcher pinned Ishikari.

  2. Ryuji Hijikata & Nobukazu Hirai beat Nobutaka Araya & Hideki Hosaka (9:08) when Hijikata pinned Hosaka.

  3. Taka Michinoku, The Gladiator, & Bull Buchanan beat Arashi, Hi69, & Masayuki Kono (12:09) when Gladiator pinned Kono.

  4. Tomoaki Honma & Kazushi Miyamoto beat Nosawa & Mazada (12:27) in a "hardcore" match when Honda pinned Nosawa.

  5. Genichiro Tenryu pinned Masa Fuchi (10:43).

  6. Kaz Hayashi pinned Blue-K (14:31) to win the vacant All Japan PWF Junior Heavyweight Title.

  7. Taiyo Kea pinned Satoshi Kojima (19:23).

  8. Keiji Mutoh & Bob Sapp beat D-Lo Brown & Jamal (15:05) when Mutoh pinned Brown.

  9. All Japan Triple Crown Champ Toshiaki Kawada TKO Shinya Hashimoto (19:57).
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April 2004 PPV


April 20, 2004 in Tokyo, Japan
Yoyogi National Stadium Gym #2 drawing 4,000
Shown live on Japanese PPV
  1. Nobutaka Araya, Gran Hamada, & Taichi Ishikari beat Mitsu Hirai Jr., Hideki Hosaka, & Ryuji Hijikata (13:28) when Araya pinned Hosaka.

  2. Keiji Mutoh pinned Takao Omori (11:09).

  3. Kensuke Sasaki pinned Satoshi Kojima (16:51).

  4. Akira Hokuto pinned Kendo Kashin (3:34).

  5. Genichiro Tenryu & Koichiro Kimura beat Tomoaki Honma & Kazushi Miyamoto (12:03) when Tenryu pinned Honma.

  6. Taka Michinoku, Taiyo Kea, & Jamal beat Masa Fuchi, Arashi, & Kaz Hayashi (14:11) when Kea pinned Fuchi.

  7. Keiji Mutoh pinned Kensuke Sasaki (15:33) to win the 2004 Champion Carnival.
Champion Carnival 2004 Final Standings

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October 2004 PPV


"Keiji Mutoh 20th Anniversary Show: Love & Bump"
October 31, 2004 in Tokyo, Japan
Sumo Hall drawing 11,500
Shown live on Japanese PPV
  1. Mini Love Machine (Gran Hamada), Love Machine Storm (Junji Hirata), & Super Love Machine (Arashi) beat Masa Fuchi, Nobutaka Araya, & Nobukazu Hirai (4:57) when Mini Love Machine pinned Hirai.

  2. Kohei Suwama pinned Akira Raijin (7:26).

  3. Taka Michinoku, Nosawa, & Masada beat Tomoaki Honma, Taichi Ishikari, & Hi-69 (12:16) when Nosawa pinned Ishikari.

  4. All Japan Junior Heavyweight Champ Kaz Hayashi pinned Akira (17:35).

  5. Osamu Nishimura & Jinsei Shinzaki beat Abdullah the Butcher & Ruckus (9:37) when Shinzaki pinned Ruckus.

  6. Satoshi Kojima pinned Love Machine Steele (Jim Steele) (13:37).

  7. Triple Crown Champ Toshiaki Kawada pinned Taiyo Kea (26:44).

  8. Keiji Mutoh & Mitsuharu Misawa beat Hiroshi Hase & Kensuke Sasaki (23:50) when Mutoh pinned Hase.
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February 2005 PPV


"Realize"
February 16, 2005 in Tokyo, Japan
Yoyogi National Stadium Gym #2 drawing 6,000
Shown live on Japanese PPV
  1. Nosawa Rongai pinned Mazada (6:21).

  2. Love Machine Arashi, Makai Love Machine #2, & Mini Love Machine beat Tomoaki Honma, Taichi Ishikari, & Akira Raijin (6:44) when Arashi pinned Raijin.

  3. Akira & Toshizo beat Kaz Hayashi & Katsuhiko Nakajima (8:55) when Toshizo forced Hayashi to submit.

  4. Taiyo Kea & Jamal beat Masanobu Fuchi, Nobutaka Araya & Nobukazu Hirai (4:46) in a "handicap" match when Kea pinned Hirai.

  5. Taru, Johnny Stamboli, & Chuck Palumbo beat Taka Michinoku, Bull Buchanan, & Rico (9:14) when Palumbo pinned Rico.

  6. Kensuke Sasaki pinned Kohei Suwama (7:31).

  7. Keiji Muto pinned Hiroshi Tanahashi (18:49).

  8. Satoshi Kojima pinned Toshiaki Kawada (27:04) to win the All Japan Triple Crown Title.
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April 2005 PPV


April 10, 2005 in Tokyo, Japan
Korakuen Hall drawing 2,100
Shown live on Japanese PPV
  1. Masanobu Fuchi, Nobutaka Araya, & Nobukazu Hirai beat Nosawa Rongai, Taichi Ishikari, & Akira Raijin (9:43) when Araya pinned Raijin.

  2. Toshizo & Katsuhiko Nakajima beat Taka Michinoku & Blue K (10:27) when Nakajima pinned K.

  3. Taru, Chuck Palumbo, & Brother Yasshi beat Kaz Hayashi, Tomoaki Honma, & Kohei Suwama (12:16) when Palumbo pinned Honma.

  4. Taiyo Kea pinned Love Machine Arashi (4:01).

  5. Bull Buchanan pinned Jamal (8:50).

  6. Satoshi Kojima pinned Shuji Kondo (15:44).

  7. Giant Bernard pinned Kensuke Sasaki (7:50).

  8. Keiji Mutoh drew Toshiaki Kawada (30:00).
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July 2005 PPV


"Heavy Fighting Yoyogi"
July 26, 2005 in Tokyo, Japan
Yoyogi National Stadium Gym #2 drawing 5,300
Shown live on Japanese PPV
  1. Mazada beat Nosawa Rongai (7:41) via submission in a "loser leaves AJPW" match.

  2. Tomoaki Honma, Ryuji Hijikata, & Akira Raijin beat Nobutaka Araya, Nobukazu Hirai, & Kikutaro (5:27) when Honma pinned Kikutaro.

  3. Arashi pinned Bull Buchanan (4:55).

  4. Kaz Hayashi pinned Taiji Ishimori (15:35).

  5. Toshiaki Kawada pinned Kazushi Miyamoto (5:04).

  6. Kensuke Sasaki & Katsuhiko Nakajima beat Shuji Kondo & Brother Yasshi (12:33) to win the All Japan All-Asian Tag Title when Nakajima pinned Yasshi.

  7. Taiyo Kea, Jamal, Taka Michinoku, & Masahiro Chono beat Taru, Giant Bernard, Chuck Palumbo, & Johnny Stamboli (16:56) when Kea pinned Palumbo.

  8. All Japan Triple Crown Champ Satoshi Kojima pinned Keiji Muto (26:37).
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November 2005 PPV


"The Unchained World"
November 19, 2005 in Tokyo, Japan
Yoyogi National Stadium Gymnasium #2 drawing 5,800
  1. Nobutaka Araya & Nobukazu Hirai beat Masanobu Fuchi & Shiori Asahi (6:27) when Araya pinned Asahi.

  2. Katsuhiko Nakajima & Taiji Ishimori beat Kaz Hayashi & Space Lone Wolf (9:03) when Ishimori pinned Hayashi.

  3. Taka Michinoku, Taiyo Kea, & Bull Buchanan beat Arashi, Akira, & Ryuji Hijikata (11:31) when Buchanan pinned Hijikata.

  4. Akira Raijin & Kohei Suwama beat Shuji Kondo & Brother Yasshi (2:56) when Suwama forced Yasshi to submit.

  5. Akebono pinned Giant Bernard (7:37).

  6. Team 3-D Jamal & D-Lo Brown (10:21) when Devon pinned Brown.

  7. The Great Muta pinned The Great Ruta (Taru) (12:06).

  8. All Japan Triple Crown Champ Satoshi Kojima pinned Kensuke Sasaki (23:08).
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August 2006 PPV


"Pro Wrestling Love in Ryogoku"
August 27, 2006 in Tokyo, Japan
Sumo Hall drawing 10,000
Shown live on Japanese PPV
  1. Ahii pinned Voodoo Mask (3:53).

  2. Masanobu Fuchi, Ryuji Hijikata, & Akira beat Nobutaka Araya, Nobukazu Hirai, & Kikutaro (9:08) when Fuchi pinned Kikutaro.

  3. Ro-Z pinned Akira Raijin (2:36).

  4. D-Lo Brown, Bull Buchanan, & Taka Michinoku beat Minoru Suzuki, Nosawa Rongai, & Mazada (11:02) when Brown pinned Rongai.

  5. All Japan Junior Heavyweight Champ Shuji Kondo pinned Kaz Hayashi (23:53).

  6. The Great Muta pinned Yoshihiro Tajiri (18:33).

  7. Triple Crown Champ Taiyo Kea pinned Toshiaki Kawada (24:51).

  8. Hiroshi Hase, Satoshi Kojima, & Katsuhiko Nakajima beat Taru, Suwama, & Brother Yasshi (20:36) when Hase pinned Yasshi.
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February 2007 PPV


"Pro Wrestling Love in Ryogoku Vol. 2"
February 17, 2007 in Tokyo, Japan
Sumo Hall drawing 6,500
Shown live on Japanese PPV
  1. Masanobu Fuchi, Nobukazu Hirai, & Ryuji Hijikata beat Akira, Akira Raijin, & Kikutaro (12:17) when Hijikata pinned Kikutaro.

  2. Kaz Hayashi & Taka Michinoku beat Nosawa Rongai & Mazada (8:10) when Hayashi beat Rongai.

  3. Ahii beat Mastadon & Tow Van John (6:01) in a "handicap" match when he pinned Mastadon.

  4. Taru & Suwa beat Kensuke Sasaki & Raimu Mishima (15:02) when Taru pinned Mishima.

  5. Akebono & Touru Owashi beat Sumo Rikishi & Johnny Dunn (9:37) when Akebono pinned Dunn.

  6. The Great Muta & Yoshihiro Tajiri beat Gold Dustin & Hakushi (14:22) when Muta pinned Dustin.

  7. Katsuhiko Nakajima pinned Shuji Kondo (24:25) to win the All Japan Junior Heavyweight Title.

  8. Taiyo Kea & Toshiaki Kawada beat Suwama & Ro-Z (22:31) to win the vacant All Japan Tag Title when Kea pinned Ro-Z.

  9. Triple Crown Champ Minoru Suzuki beat Satoshi Kojima (23:58) via sleeperhold.
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August 2007 PPV


"Pro Wrestling Love in Ryogoku Vol. 3"
August 26, 2007 in Tokyo, Japan
Sumo Hall drawing 8,200
Shown live on Japanese PPV
  1. Masanobu Fuchi beat Nobutaka Araya & Kikutaro (9:52) in a 'triple threat" match when he pinned Araya.

  2. Hawaiian Lion, Joe Doering, & Phil Atlas beat Nobukazu Hirai, Ryuji Hijikata, & Yujiro Kushida (7:50) when Doering pinned Kushida.

  3. Shuji Kondo & Brother Yasshi beat Seiya Sanada & T28 (6:01) when Yasshi beat T28.

  4. Kaz Hayashi, Taka Michinoku, & Nosawa beat Mazada, Yamada, & Tanaka (11:38) when Nosawa pinned Yamada.

  5. All Japan Junior Heavyweight Champ Katsuhiko Nakajima pinned Chris Sabin (18:21).

  6. The Great Muta & Yoshihiro Tajiri beat Suwama & Scott Steiner (15:02) when Muta pinned Suwama.

  7. Satoshi Kojima & Taru beat Toshiaki Kawada & Taiyo Kea (24:37) to win the All Japan Tag Title when Kojima pinned Kea.

  8. Kensuke Sasaki pinned Minoru Suzuki (42:07) to win the Triple Crown Title.
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March 2008 PPV


"Pro Wrestling Love in Ryogoku Vol. 4"
March 1, 2008 in Tokyo, Japan
Sumo Hall drawing 8,500
Shown live on Japanese PPV
  1. Seiya Sanada & Hajime Suruga beat Manabu Soya & CJ Otis (10:51) when Suruga forced Otis to submit.

  2. Joe Doering, Kaz Hayashi, & Ryuji Hijikata beat Zodiac, Shuji Kondo, & Naoki Tanisaki (13:53) when Hijikata forced Tanisaki to submit.

  3. Nosawa Rongai, Mazada, & Talemura beat T28, Hiroshi Yamato & Kai (9:53) when Rongai pinned T28.

  4. Suwama pinned Taru (10:55).

  5. Silver King pinned Katsuhiko Nakajima (12:29) to win the All Japan Junior Heavyweight Title.

  6. Keiji Muto & Hiroshi Tanahashi beat Toshiaki Kawada & Taiyo Kea (21:06) when Muto pinned Kea.

  7. Dory Funk, Jr. & Osamu Nishimura beat Genichiro Tenryu & Masanobu Fuchi (15:07) when Dory forced Fuchi to submit.

  8. All Japan Triple Crown Champ Kensuke Sasaki pinned Satoshi Kojima (25:18).
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August 2008 PPV


"Pro Wrestling Love in Ryogoku Vol. 5"
August 31, 2008 in Tokyo, Japan
Sumo Hall drawing 6,200
Shown live on Japanese PPV
  1. Masanobu Fuchi pinned Nobutaka Araya (1:18).

  2. T28, Hiroshi Yamato, & Phil Atlas beat Kaz Hayashi, El Samurai, & Antonio Thomas (6:25) when T28 pinned Thomas.

  3. Joe Doering, Akira Raijin, & Scott D'Amore beat Zodiac, Shuji Kondo, & Brother Yasshi (9:10) when Raijin pinned Yasshi.

  4. Minoru Suzuki, Nosawa Rongai, Mazada, & Takemura beat Osamu Nishimura, Nobukazu Hirai, Seiya Sanada, & Manabu Soya (13:01) when Suzuki forced Hirai to submit.

  5. All Japan Junior Heavyweight Champ Ryuji Hijikata beat Kai (14:04) via submission.

  6. Satoshi Kojima & Hiroyoshi Tenzan beat Taru & Togi Makabe (14:23) when Kojima pinned Taru.

  7. IWGP Champ Keiji Muto pinned Hirooki Goto (21:13).

  8. All Japan Triple Crown Champ Suwama drew Taiyo Kea (60:00).
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November 2008 PPV


"Pro Wrestling Love in Ryogoku Vol. 6"
November 3, 2008 in Tokyo, Japan
Sumo Hall drawing 7,000
Shown live on Japanese PPV
  1. Masanobu Fuchi beat Nobutaka Araya and Kikutaro (6:01) in a "three way" match when he pinned Araya.

  2. Manabu Soya pinned Seiya Sanada (13:38).

  3. Taiyo Kea, Nosawa Rongai, & Mazada beat Osamu Nishimura, Elvis Sharpe, & Shane Chung (8:05) when Kea pinned Chung.

  4. Akebono pinned Ryota Hama (5:05).

  5. Taru, Nobukazu Hirai, & Brother Yasshi beat Suwama, Kaz Hayashi, & Ryuji Hijikata (14:20) when Hirai pinned Hayashi.

  6. Hiroyoshi Tenzan, Yujiro, & Tetsuya Naito beat Satoshi Kojima, Kai, & Hiroshi Yamato (18:20) when Naito pinned Yamato.

  7. All Japan Junior Heavyweight Champ Naomichi Marufuji pinned Shuji Kondo (37:55).

  8. All Japan Triple Crown Champ The Great Muta pinned Minoru Suzuki (25:46).
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March 2009 PPV


"Pro Wrestling Love in Ryogoku Vol. 7"
March 14, 2009 in Tokyo, Japan
Sumo Hall drawing 6,500
Shown live on Japanese PPV
  1. Masanobu Fuchi pinned Kikutaro (6:02).

  2. Nobutaka Araya & Seiya Sanada beat Nosawa Rongai & Mazada (8:05) when Sanada pinned Mazada.

  3. Taru, Hate, & Toshizo beat Satoshi Kojima, Kai, & Hiroshi Yamato (14:47) when Hijikata pinned Yamato.

  4. Zodiac & Joe Doering beat Akebono & Ryota Hama (9:47) when Doering pinned Hama.

  5. Riki Choshu & Tatsuhito Takaiwa beat Osamu Nishimura & Manabu Soya (10:13) when Choshu pinned Soya.

  6. All Japan Junior Heavyweight Champ Kaz Hayashi pinned Minoru (37:04).

  7. All Japan Tag Champs Taiyo Kea & Minoru Suzuki beat Suwama & Shuji Kondo (20:21) when Kea pinned Kondo.

  8. Yoshihiro Takayama pinned The Great Muta (13:42) to win the All Japan Triple Crown Title.
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March 2010 PPV


"Pro Wrestling Love in Ryogoku Vol. 9"
March 21, 2010 in Tokyo, Japan
Sumo Hall drawing 4,100
Shown on Japanese PPV
  1. Seiya Sanada & Hiroshi Yamato beat Super Crazy & Yasufumi Nakanoue (8:30) when Sanada pinned Nakanoue.

  2. Taiyo Kea, Noswa Rongai, & Mazada beat Rene Dupree, Hate, & Toshizo (7:56) when Nosawa pinned Hate.

  3. Kiyoshi & Bushi beat Chessman & Dark Ozz (7:17) when Kiyoshi pinned Ozz.

  4. Masayuki Kono pinned Suwama (19:30).

  5. Taru, Big Daddy Voodoo, & Minoru beat Osamu Nishimura, Akebono, & Shuji Kondo (8:30) when Voodoo pinned Kondo.

  6. Masakatsu Funaki KO Minoru Suzuki (19:03)in a "steel cage" match.

  7. All Japan Junior Heavyweight Champ Kaz Hayashi pinned Kai (16:58).

  8. Ryota Hama pinned Satoshi Kojima (20:15)to win the All Japan Triple Crown Title.
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August 2010 PPV


"Pro Wrestling Love in Ryogoku Vol. 10"
August 29, 2010 in Tokyo, Japan
Sumo Hall drawing 5,000
Shown on Japanese PPV
  1. Osamu Nishimura & Masanobu Fuchi beat Antonio Thomas & Hiroshi Yamato (10:57) when Nishimura forced Thomas to submit.

  2. Shuji Kondo, Kai, & Bushi beat Minoru, Masada, & Hate (7:41) when Bushi pinned Hate.

  3. Taiyo Kea & Akebono beat Ryota Hama & Super Crazy (9:26) when Akebono pinned Crazy.

  4. Masakatsu Funaki KO Masayuki Kono (13:09).

  5. Seiya Sanada & Manabu Soya beat Taru & Big Daddy Voodoo (22:40) to win the All Japan All Asian Tag Title when Soya pinned Taru.

  6. Kenso pinned The Great Muta (10:30).

  7. All Japan Junior Heavyweight Champ Kaz Hayashi pinned Jimmy Yang (18:30).

  8. Suwama pinned Minoru Suzuki (44:24) to win the All Japan Triple Corwn Title.
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March 2011 PPV


"Pro Wrestling Love in Ryogoku Vol. 11"
March 21, 2011 in Tokyo, Japan
Sumo Hall drawing 8,000
Shown on Japanese PPV
  1. Masanobu Fuchi & Kazushi Miyamoto beat Zodiac & Yasufumi Nakanoue (5:08) when Miyamoto pinned Nakanoue.

  2. Kaz Hayashi & Kai beat Hiroshi Yamato & Bushi (8:58) when Kai pinned Yamato.

  3. Big Van Vader, Jesse White, & Ryota Hama beat Taru, Rene Dupree, & Mazada (12:16) when Vader pinned Mazada.

  4. Daisuke Sekimoto & Yuji Okabayashi beat Seiya Sanada & Manabu Soya (32:51) to win the All Japan All Asian Tag Title when Sekimoto pinned Soya.

  5. Keiji Mutoh pinned Daichi Hashimoto (10:18).

  6. Yuji Nagata & Jushin Liger beat Minoru Suzuki & Masakatsu Funaki (8:26) when Nagata pinned Funaki.

  7. All Japan Junior Heavyweight Champ Minoru TKO Shuji Kondo (22:05).

  8. All Japan Tag Champs Kono & Joe Doering beat Taiyo Kea & Takao Omori (21:15) when Doering pinned Omori.

  9. All Japan Triple Crown Champ Suwama pinned Kenso (29:25).
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June 2011 PPV


"Pro Wrestling Love in Ryogoku Vol. 12"
June 19, 2011 in Tokyo, Japan
Sumo Hall drawing 8,000
Shown on Japanese PPV
  1. Bushi & Kazushi Miyamoto beat Hiroshi Yamato & Yasufumi Nakanoue (5:18) when Bushi pinned Nakanoue.

  2. Minoru Suzuki pinned Masanobu Fuchi (5:35).

  3. Taiyo Kea & Takao Omori beat Joe Doering & Rene Dupree (7:48) when Omori pinned Dupree.

  4. Kai pinned Shuji Kondo (25:41) to win the vacant All Japan Junior Heavyweight Title.

  5. Seiya Sanada & Manabu Soya beat Daisuke Sekimoto & Yuji Okabayashi (21:22) to win the All Japan All Asian Tag Title when Sanada pinned Okabayashi.

  6. Masakatsu Funaki beat Kyotaro (9:57) via submission.

  7. The Great Muta & Kenso beat Akebono & Ryota Hama (8:54) to win the vacant All Japan Tag Title when Muto pinned Hama.

  8. All Japan Triple Crown Champ Suwama pinned Yuji Nagata (30:13).
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