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Shadow WX
... Satoru Shiga is a professional wrestler currently competing in Big Japan Pro Wrestling by his ring name Shadow WX ... He debuted in 1995 in IWA Japan and proceeded to move to Big Japan Pro Wrestling in 1996, where he became a protege of Mr ... one of the most successful wrestlers in Big Japan Pro Wrestling history ...
Million Dollar Man - Professional Wrestling Career - All Japan Pro Wrestling (1983-1987, 1993)
... Dibiase entered All Japan Pro Wrestling in 1983 ... Dibiase to replace Bruiser Brody who left for New Japan Pro Wrestling ... but would be stripped of the titles shortly after due to Dibiase leaving All Japan for the WWF ...
List Of Professional Wrestling Promotions - Japan
... Active All Japan Pro Wrestling Big Japan Pro Wrestling Big Mouth Loud Dragon Gate Dramatic Dream Team El Dorado Wrestling Global Professional Wrestling Alliance Hustle Inoki ...
George Hines - Career - All Japan Pro Wrestling
... In 1992, he began competing in Japan as The Eagle, forming a successful tag team with The Patriot ... All Asia Tag Team Championship from Tsuyoshi Kikuchi Kenta Kobashi in Koyama, Japan on June 2, 1993 ... Furnas Dan Kroffat on September 9, The Patriot left AJPW for World Championship Wrestling while Hines began teaming with The Falcon together competing in the 1994 ...
Taiji Ishimori - Professional Wrestling Career - New Japan Pro Wrestling
... Following the title loss Ishimori began working for New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW) as one of their "Young Lions" prospects ... By mid-2005 Taiji Ishimori had left NJPW and begun working for All Japan Pro Wrestling ...

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