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NJPW 40th Anniversary Tour ~ Road To Tokyo Dome - Tag 2

Name of the event: NJPW 40th Anniversary Tour ~ Road To Tokyo Dome - Tag 2
Date: 09.12.2012
Promotion: New Japan Pro Wrestling
Type: Event
Location: Akita, Japan
Arena: Akita Terrsa Hall
Attendance: ca. 2.000
Singles Match
Singles Match
KUSHIDA defeats Takaaki Watanabe (8:13)
Tag Team Match
Six Man Tag Team Match
Tag Team Match
Tag Team Match
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