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I don't really wanna discuss religions on this forum, but I believe this is not to start thread/discussion. Just an info for an additional content on this website. Stan "The Lariat" Hansen wrote a testimony of faith in Christ for my website.
Click <a href='http://www.puroresu.com/wrestlers/hansen_stan/testimony.html' target='_blank'>here</a> to read.
I'm looking to eventually pick up some older puroresu and I was wondering what would be some recomended matches from the late 70s to the late 80s that would be worth picking up. I've got Maeda vs. Fujinami from '86 and some Jumbo/Tenryu stuff on my list, but not much else. Thanks in advane.
Copied from <a href='http://wrestlingclassics.com/.ubb/Forum4/HTML/000013.html' target='_blank'>an old thread</a> in WrestlingClassics.com.
You gotta understand some of Japanese culture to understand the feud.
In Japan, politics and seniority is usually more important than skill and knowledge. ...
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All Japan Pro Wrestling, Inc.
Arena Mexico, S.A. (EMLL)
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Championship Wrestling from Florida, Inc.
Jim Crockett Promotions, Inc. (Mid-Atlantic)
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Farhat Enterprises, Inc. (Detroit)
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Fundamentals, Inc. (Mike London, New Mexico)
Georgia Championship Wrestling, Inc.
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Bob Geigel - President
Fred Ward - 1st Vice President
Shohei Baba - 2nd Vice President
Board of Directors:
Jim Crockett, Jr.
Dory Funk, Jr.
ALL JAPAN PRO WRESTLING CO, LTD.
Bookers: Dory and Terry Funk
CAPITAL SPORTS PROMOTIONS, INC.
(Victor Jovica and Carlos Colon)
Bookers: Victor Quinones and Jose Gonzalez
So, FWA is the biggest in UK right now. I hear that the long-lived All-Star Promotions started recognizing FWA's Bristish Heavyweight title. However, according to <a href='http://fp.wrestalliance.plus.com/britishtitlehistories.htm' target='_blank'>this site</a>, a group called "The Wrestling Alliance" is claiming the lineage of old All-Star titles.
Anybody can explain this confusion in detail?
I am looking for title changes that were overturned or ignored.
1] Hulk Hogan won the AWA World Heavyweight Title from Nick Bockwinkle and the decision was overturned because he threw Bockwinkle over the top rope during the match.
2] Chris Jericho wins the WWF World Heavyweight Title from Triple H but Triple H complains about a fast count and forces referee Earl Hebner to return the title to him.
3] Chris ...
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