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WING Who's The Danger?

Name of the event: WING Who's The Danger?
Date: 08.03.1992
Promotion: Wrestling International New Generations
Type: Event
Location: Tokyo, Japan
Arena: Korakuen Hall
Singles Match
Singles Match
Singles Match
Singles Match
Hiroshi Shimada defeats Mitsuteru Tokuda (7:41)
Tag Team Match
Tag Team Match
Ivan Koloff & Vladimir Koloff vs. The Headhunters - No Contest (8:16)
Scramble Bunkhouse Barbed Wire Baseball Bat Death Match
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Hiroshi Shimada
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Average in 2010: 7.00

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