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Some of the great feuds I can think of:
Inoki vs. Hansen
Inoki vs. Tiger Jeet Singh
New Japan vs. Revolution Army vs. IWE
Fujinami vs. Choshu
Tiger Mask vs. Dynamite Kid
The Funks vs. Abdullah the Butcher & The Sheik
The Funks vs. Stan Hansen & Bruiser Brody
Tsuruta vs. Brody
Tsuruta vs. Tenryu
Tenryu vs. Choshu
Revolution Army = Kakumeigun was formed in Jan., '83 with Masa Saito (leader), Riki Choshu, Killer Khan, and Kuniaki Kobayashi
It became Ishin Gundan in the summer of '84 with additional members: Animal Hamaguchi, Isamu Teranishi, Yoshiaki Yatsu, Tiger Toguchi, and Hiro Matsuda (replacing Masa just for a tour as an "advisor"). By this time, of course, Hamaguchi and Teranishi had split with Rusher Kimura, who later joined the original UWF.
Nah... it represents the new era of All Japan. It was AFTER 1990 and shouldn't be considered as a Showa feud.
I agree with Fiasco Tiger Mask/Dynamite Kid was the greatest rivalvry in Showa Puroresu, the junoir heavyweights rule!
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Now, now, I never said it was the GREATEST...it was one of the best though. I liked HansenTsuruta and New JapanUWF more though...
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While I think Tiger Mask/Dynamite Kid was one of the greatest feuds of all time, from the matches I've been able to track down I really like the Funks/Hansen-Brody feud. I've only seen a few matches between the two, but man, they were great. I also really liked Vader/Inoki right after Vader debuted in New Japan.
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Dude where have you been, Tenryu came back to All-Japan three years ago. To contact him, you'd have to learn Japanese and write to All-Japan's web, <a href='http://www.oudou.co.jp' target='_blank'>www.oudou.co.jp</a>. 70's - 80's stuff, I know of a good web, <a href='http://www.wrestling-high.com/tenryu' target='_blank'>www.wrestling-high.com/tenryu</a>, but it's also in Japanese and it has pictures of his moves mostly during 80's and 90's matches.
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