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Just wondering if anyone knew if Bret Hart did anymore matches in Japan after his WWF debut (not including his tour in late 1984 just before his debut-I know those)?
I know of:
-draw with Tiger Mask II in 1988
-loss to Cobra Takano in 1991
-tag match in SWS in 1991
-1995 WWF tour beating Savage, Bigelow, Yoko
In 1980 he had a chance to win the vacant NWA International junior heavyweight title, but lost to Kengo Kimura in the decision match held in New Japan. This title later was acquired by All-Japan and replaced with the All-Japan "World" junior heavyweight title in 1986.
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The draw with Misawa was in 1990.
Also from Graham Cawthon's site:
Hekinan, Japan - February 8, 1984
Antonio Inoki, Akira Maeda, & Kengo Kimura defeated WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan, Iron Mike Sharpe, & Bret Hart
WWF / SWS WrestleFest @ Tokyo, Japan - Tokyo Dome - March 30, 1991
Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart defeated Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty at 14:40 when the momentum of a Shawn Michaels crossbody block off the top put Bret Hart on top for the pin
WWF / SWS WrestleDream @ Kobe, Japan - Coliseum - April 1, 1991
George Takano pinned Bret Hart with a splash off the top rope
WWF @ Yokohama, Japan - Yokohama Arena - May 7, 1994
WWF World Champion Bret Hart defeated Randy Savage with the Sharpshooter at 17:48; Savage played the heel for the match
WWF @ Nagoya, Japan - Rainbow Hall - May 8, 1994
WWF World Champion Bret Hart defeated Bam Bam Bigelow via submission with the Sharpshooter at 14:30
WWF @ Osaka, Japan - Osaka Castle Hall - May 9, 1994
WWF World Champion Bret Hart & Randy Savage defeated Owen Hart & Adam Bomb at 13:35 when Hart applied the Sharpshooter on Bomb
WWF @ Sapporo, Japan - May 11, 1994
WWF World Champion Bret Hart defeated Yokozuna via disqualification at 9:34
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>How about Yoko's reaction in his homeland?????
It's not is home country as he is from the Polynesian Islands. But he was always billed by WWF as "represending the country of Japan" because of his sumo gimmick.
By the way, Bret Hart had a good match against the original Tiger Mask (Tiger Mask I - Satoru Sayama) in 2/82 and another one in 7/82. Bret also participated in the WWF Junior Heavyeight Title tournament from 1/84-2/84 which was won by Dynamite Kid.
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