1991 1992 1993 1994 1995
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G1 Climax 1991


August 7 - 11, 1991
1.Keiji Mutoh4
2.Tatsumi Fujinami3
3.Scott Norton3
4.Big Van Vader2
1.Masa Chono (winner)5
2.Shinya Hashimoto5
3.Bam Bam Bigelow2
4.Riki Choshu0
Grand Final: Chono pinned Mutoh (29:31)

Most of league held at Sumo Hall

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G1 Climax 1992


August 6 - 12, 1992
Tokyo, Japan at Sumo Hall

Rick Rude____________
                     |Rude______
Super Strong Machine_|          |
                                |Rude_____
Barbarian____________           |         |
                     |Hashimoto_|         |
Shinya Hashimoto_____|                    |
                                          |Rude_____
Terry Taylor_________                     |         |
                     |Taylor____          |         |
Hiro Hase____________|          |         |         |
                                |Sasaki___|         |
Jim Niedhart_________           |                   |
                     |Sasaki____|                   |
Kensuke Sasaki_______|                              |
                                                    |Chono____
Keiji Mutoh__________                               |
                     |Mutoh_____                    |
Barry Windham________|          |                   |
                                |Mutoh____          |
Steve Austin_________           |         |         |
                     |Austin____|         |         |
Arn Anderson_________|                    |         |
                                          |Chono____|
Scott Norton_________                     |
                     |Norton____          |
Bam Bam Bigelow______|          |         |
                                |Chono____|
Masa Chono___________           |
                     |Chono_____|
Tony Halme___________|

Note: Chono won the vacant NWA World Title.

Final three rounds at Sumo Hall

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G1 Climax 1993


August 2 - 8, 1993
Tokyo, Japan at Sumo Hall

Hiromichi Fuyuki______
                      |Fuyuki____
Takayuki Iizuka_______|          |
                                 |Chono____
Masa Chono____________           |         |
                      |Chono_____|         |
Ashura Hara___________|                    |
                                           |Hase______
Hiro Hase_____________                     |          |
                      |Hase______          |          |
Shinya Hashimoto______|          |         |          |
                                 |Hase_____|          |
Kengo Kimura__________           |                    |
                      |Kimura____|                    |
Michiyoshi Ohara______|                               |
                                                      |Fujinami___
Super Strong Machine__                                |
                      |Machine___                     |
Shiro Koshinaka_______|          |                    |
                                 |Mutoh____           |
Keiji Mutoh___________           |         |          |
                      |Mutoh_____|         |          |
Great Kabuki__________|                    |          |
                                           |Fujinami__|
Osamu Kido____________                     |
                      |Kido______          |
Takashi Ishikawa______|          |         |
                                 |Fujinami_|
Tatsumi Fujinami______           |
                      |Fujinami__|
Yoshiaki Fujiwara_____|

Tournament held at Sumo Hall

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G1 Climax 1994


August 3 - 7, 1994
Tokyo, Japan at Sumo Hall
1.Masa Chono (winner)8
2.Keiji Mutoh6
3.Riki Choshu6
4.Yoshiaki Yatsu4
5.Yoshiaki Fujiwara4
6.Osamu Kido2
1.Power Warrior7
2.Hiro Hase6
3.Shinya Hashimoto6
4.Tatsumi Fujinami6
5.Shiro Koshinaka5
6.Takayuki Iizuka0
Grand Final: Chono beat Power Warrior (21:51) via submission

League held at Sumo Hall

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G1 Climax 1995


August 11 - 15, 1995
Tokyo, Japan at Sumo Hall
1.Keiji Mutoh (winner)2.0
2.Masa Chono1.5
3.Ric Flair1.5
4.Shiro Koshinaka1.0
1.Shinya Hashimoto2.0
2.Scott Norton2.0
3.Hiroyoshi Tenzan1.0
4.Kensuke Sasaki1.0
Semi-Finals: Mutoh pinned Norton (17:07) -- Hashimoto pinned Chono (10:05)

Grand Final: Mutoh pinned Hashimoto (24:08)

League held at Sumo Hall

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G1 Climax 1996


August 2 - 6, 1996
Tokyo, Japan at Sumo Hall
1.Riki Choshu (winner)8
2.Kensuke Sasaki6
3.Hiroyoshi Tenzan4
4.Shinya Hashimoto2
5.Junji Hirata0
1.Masa Chono6
2.Shiro Koshinaka4
3.Kazuo Yamazaki4
4.Keiji Mutoh4
5.Satoshi Kojima0
Grand Final: Choshu beat Chono (13:45) via submission

League held at Sumo Hall

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G-1 Climax 1997


August 1 - 3, 1997
Tokyo, Japan at Sumo Hall

Kazuo Yamazaki___
                 |Hashimoto_
Shinya Hashimoto_|          |
                            |Hashimoto_
Masa Chono_______           |          |
                 |Chono_____|          |
Michiyoshi Ohara_|                     |
                                       |Tenzan___
Hiroyoshi Tenzan_                      |         |
                 |Tenzan____           |         |
Tadao Yasuda_____|          |          |         |
                            |Tenzan____|         |
Satoshi Kojima___           |                    |
                 |Kojima____|                    |
Steven Regal_____|                               |
                                                 |Sasaki___
Great Muta_______                                |
                 |Muta______                     |
Manabu Nakanishi_|          |                    |
                            |Norton____          |
Scott Norton_____           |          |         |
                 |Norton____|          |         |
Junji Hirata_____|                     |         |
                                       |Sasaki___|
                                       |
            Kensuke Sasaki__           |
                            |          |
                            |Sasaki____|
                            |
             Buff Bagwell___|

Tournament held at Sumo Hall

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G1 Climax 1998


July 31 - August 2, 1998
Tokyo, Japan at Sumo Hall

Shinya Hashimoto______
                      |Hashimoto_
Tatsutoshi Goto_______|          |
                                 |Hashimoto_
Keiji Mutoh___________           |          |
                      |Tenryu____|          |
Genichiro Tenryu______|                     |
                                            |Hashimoto_
Big Titan_____________                      |          |
                      |Yasuda____           |          |
Tadao Yasuda__________|          |          |          |
                                 |Kojima____|          |
Satoshi Kojima________           |                     |
                      |Kojima____|                     |
Hiroyoshi Tenzan______|                                |
                                                       |Hashimoto___
Masa Chono____________                                 |
                      |Chono_____                      |
Manabu Nakanishi______|          |                     |
                                 |Chono_____           |
Osamu Nishimura_______           |          |          |
                      |Koshinaka_|          |          |
Shiro Koshinaka_______|                     |          |
                                            |Yamazaki__|
Kensuki Sasaki________                      |
                      |Sasaki____           |
Michiyoshi Ohara______|          |          |
                                 |Yamazaki__|
Tatsumi Fujinami______           |
                      |Yamazaki__|
Yoshiaki Fujiwara_____|

Tournament held at Sumo Hall

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G1 Climax 1999


August 10 - 15, 1999
1.Keiji Mutoh8
2.Yuji Nagata8
3.Tatsumi Fujinami6
4.Kensuke Sasaki6
5.Satoshi Kojima2
6.Tadao Yasuda0
1.Manabu Nakanishi (winner)8
2.Masa Chono6
3.Shiro Koshinaka6
4.Hiroyoshi Tenzan6
5.Shinya Hashimoto4
6.Kazuo Yamazaki0
Grand Final: Nakanishi beat Mutoh (14:43) via submission

Many matches held at Sumo Hall

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