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NJPW Big Fight Series - Tag 8

Name of the event: NJPW Big Fight Series - Tag 8
Date: 07.03.1989
Promotion: New Japan Pro Wrestling
Type: TV-Show
Location: Masuda, Shimane, Japan
Arena: City Gymnasium
Broadcast type: Aufzeichnung
TV station/network: TV Asahi
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Osamu Matsuda vs. Takayuki Iizuka - Time Limit Draw
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