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NJPW Battle Satellite In Tokyo Dome

Name of the event: NJPW Battle Satellite In Tokyo Dome
Date: 24.04.1989
Promotion: New Japan Pro Wrestling
Type: TV-Show
Location: Tokyo, Japan
Arena: Tokyo Dome
Attendance: ca. 53.600
Broadcast type: Aufzeichnung
TV station/network: TV Asahi
Commentary by: Kotetsu Yamamoto, Gyou Fujii & Yoshinari Tsuji
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Naoki Sano defeats Hiro Saito (10:43)
IWGP Heavyweight Title Tournament First Round Match
IWGP Heavyweight Title Tournament First Round Match
Tatsumi Fujinami defeats Vladimir Berkovich (4:51)
IWGP Heavyweight Title Tournament First Round Match
IWGP Heavyweight Title Tournament First Round Match
Singles Match
Benny Urquidez vs. Shinya Asuka - Draw (3:00) - Runde 5
IWGP Heavyweight Title Tournament Semi Final Match
IWGP Heavyweight Title Tournament Semi Final Match
Singles Match
Wahka Eveloev defeats Masa Saito (5:28)
IWGP Heavyweight Title Tournament Final Match (vakant) (Special Referee: Lou Thesz) (Recommended)
Big Van Vader defeats Shinya Hashimoto (9:47) - TITLE CHANGE !!!
Tag Team Match (Special Referee: Lou Thesz)
Singles Match
Singles Match
NJPW Martial Arts Title Match
Shota Chochishvili defeats Antonio Inoki (c) by KO [Runde 5] - TITLE CHANGE !!!
- Dies war die erste Wrestling-Show im Tokyo Dome.
- Vor der Show zogen die Russen, Amerikaner und Japaner mit ihren jeweiligen Landesflaggen in die Halle. Vladimir Berkovich, Brad Rheingans und Masahiro Chono agierten hierbei als Flaggenträger. Anschließend wurden die Nationalhymnen der drei Länder gespielt.
- Der ehemalige US-Olympia Ringer von 1984 und Kommentator der Olympischen Spiele 1988 Jeff Blatnick betreute gemeinsam mit Brad Rheingans die US-Wrestler.
- Shinya Hashimoto konnte Riki Choshu bei einem Ansatz zum Scorpion Deathlock zum Pin einrollen und zwang den bis dahin ungeschlagenen Victor Zangiev mit einem Figure-Four Leglock zur Aufgabe.
- Der ehemalige Keiichi Yamada verkörperte hier erstmals das Jushin Liger-Gimmick. Er pinnte Kobayashi mit dem Liger Suplex.
- Für den Main Event wurden die Ringseile entfernt, die Ringpfosten gepolstert und die Kampffläche an allen vier Seiten des Apron vergrößert.
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Benny Urquidez
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Shinya Asuka
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Wahka Eveloev
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Average Rating: 7.00
Average in 2013: 6.00
Average in 2010: 8.00

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