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#21 Grimmas

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Posted 20 September 2016 - 11:37 AM

Almost everyone coming out of this tournament has a story going forward, so standings are working out a way to start stories. It's difficult, but it's a great way to start booking as it's a clean slate.



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Posted 20 September 2016 - 06:38 PM

1995 me is furiously posting on RSPW in a desperate bid to find a tape of Boss Man vs Sabu

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Posted 20 September 2016 - 07:27 PM

If this had really happened in 1995, imagine how much attention FMW would have drawn in the tape-trading community!



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Posted 21 September 2016 - 06:29 PM

FMW Grand Slam, Night 7

September 21, 1995

in Saijo, Ehima, Japan

Saijo City Gym

 

FMW Grand Slam Brass Knuckles Championship Round Robin Tournament: 

Hayabusa [8] vs. Jinsei Shinzaki [0]

 

Hayabusa tried to end this early after a pre-match handshake, due to his badly injured knee. Shinzaki did fend off the initial attack and made his comeback. This was more a short sprint. Shinzaki picked up the win after hitting the Praying Power Bomb.

 

 

Daisuke Ikeda vs. Horace Boulder

 

Another Shoot Style vs Death Style, but this time Shoot Style came out on top with a submission victory for Ikeda.

 

 

Bring Your Own Weapon's Battle Royal:

Featuring: Megumi Kudo, Takako Inoue, Combat Toyoda, Maymi Ozaki, Crusher Maedomori, Shark Tsuchiya, Miwa Sato, Chigusa Nagayo, & Monster Ripper

 

This was a violent battle royal that saw lots of weapons used. Early on Kudo and Combat pumped into each other and looked to go at, but instead shook hands. As they did that, Shark came from behind and tossed both. Chigusa and Ripper eliminated each other to bring the match down to Ozaki and Inoue. The two battled and hit each other with chairs, but in the end Ozaki ducked Inoue's charge and picked up the win.

 

 

Koji Nakagawa, La Parka, & Hanzo Nakajima vs. Damian 666, Yuji Yasaroaka, & W*ING Kanemaru

 

This was built like a lucha libre trios match. La Parka pinned Yasaroaka to gain the victory for his team. Afterwards Kanemaru went to confront him, but Parka laid him out with a chair and danced over his prone body.

 

 

Ricky Fuji vs. Headhunter A

 

A wild brawl that was tossed out when the other Headhunter and Hisakatsu Oya interfered.

 

 

FMW Grand Slam Brass Knuckles Championship Round Robin Tournament: 

Terry Funk [4] vs. Mr. Gannosuke [0]

 

Mr. Gannosuke had an aggressive edge here, but Terry Funk is a wile veteran. Both men came close to victory, but Funk hit a moonsault for the win. After the match Funk called out Hayabusa who defeated him earlier in the tournament. Hayabusa tried to limp out to confront Funk, but Super Leather attacked him from behind. Big Boss Man ran out to save Hayabusa and run off Leather. Mr. Gannosuke ignored the whole situation and did not save anyone, just looked disgusted as he stormed to the back. Funk stayed in the ring taunted everyone.

 

 

FMW Grand Slam Brass Knuckles Championship Round Robin Tournament: 

The Gladiator [6] vs. Masato Tanaka [8]

 

We've all seen this match and know this match. Picture Heat Wave '98, but with The Gladiator winning with a Super Awesome Bomb through a table.
 
 
Current Grand Slam Round Robin Standings: 
 
1. Hayabusa [8]
1. Masato Tanaka [8]
1. The Gladiator [8]
4. Sabu [6]
4. Terry Funk [6]
5. Big Boss Man [4]
7. Jinsei Shinzaki [2]
8. Mr. Gannosuke [0]


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Posted 21 September 2016 - 06:35 PM

Two nights left of the tournament with: 

 

9/23 FMW Grand Slam, Night 8 @ Nakamura Sports Center in Nakamura, Kochi, Japan

*FMW Grand Slam Brass Knuckles Championship Round Robin Tournament: Masato Tanaka (8) vs Jinsei Shinzaki (2)

*FMW Grand Slam Brass Knuckles Championship Round Robin Tournament: Terry Funk (6) vs Big Boss Man (4)

*FMW Grand Slam Brass Knuckles Championship Round Robin Tournament: Sabu (6) vs The Gladiator (8)

 

9/24 FMW Grand Slam, Night 9 @ Hachioji Civic Hall in Tokyo, Japan

*FMW Grand Slam Brass Knuckles Championship Round Robin Tournament: Sabu (6) vs Hayabusa (8)

*FMW Grand Slam Brass Knuckles Championship Round Robin Tournament: Mr. Gannosuke (0) vs Jinsei Shinzaki (2)

*FMW Grand Slam Brass Knuckles Championship Round Robin Tournament: Terry Funk (6) vs Masato Tanaka (8)

*FMW Grand Slam Brass Knuckles Championship Round Robin Tournament: The Gladiator (8) vs Big Boss Man (4)

 

The finals will take place at:

 

9/26 FMW Grand Slam, Night 10 @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, Japan

FMW Grand Slam Brass Knuckles Championship Round Robin Tournament Finals

 

Also announced for this show is: 

 

WWF World Women's Champion Monster Ripper vs Chigusa Nagayo

FMW Grand Slam Brass Knuckles Tag Team Champions Ricky Fuji & Hisakatsu Oya vs The Headhunters

FMW Independent Women's & WWA Women's Champion Megumi Kudo vs Combat Toyoda



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Posted 22 September 2016 - 09:36 AM

Been enjoying the hell out of this tournament so far 



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Posted 22 September 2016 - 11:12 AM

Been enjoying the hell out of this tournament so far 

Predictions?



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Posted 22 September 2016 - 04:48 PM

FMW Grand Slam, Night 8

September 23, 1995

in Nakamura, Kochi, Japan

Nakamura Sports Center

 

 

FMW Grand Slam Brass Knuckles Championship Round Robin Tournament: 

Masato Tanaka [8]

vs.

Jinsei Shinzaki [2]

 

Shinzaki already defeated Hayabusa, so was confident coming into this contest. These two battled with Tanaka almost gaining the win with a Fire Thunder Bomb and a Roaring Elbow, but both times Shinzaki's leg was close enough to the ropes to break the count. Tanaka and Shinzaki battled on the top turnbuckle which ended with Tanaka hitting a superplex, but Shinzaki hooked the leg for the surprise win.

 

 

Koji Nakagawa & Daisuke Ikeda
vs.
Damian 666 & W*ING Kanemaru

 

Nakagawa made Damian submit to the Sharpshooter in a match featured a variety of styles of wrestling.

 

 

La Parka
vs.
Horace Boulder

 

Unlike previous Parka matches this was more brawling. Parka picks up the win with a moonsault onto a chair.

 

 

Hisakatsu Oya, Ricky Fuji, Hanzo Nakajima, & Katsutoshi Niiyama
vs.

The Headhunters, Yuji Yasaroaka, & Mitsuharu Matsunaga

 

A crazy brawl mixed in with some great high flying by Nakajima and Yasaroaka. Matsunaga got the pin with a piledriver on Fuji, after both Headhunters gave him moonsaults.

 

 

Megumi Kudo, Combat Toyoda, & Chigusa Nagayo
vs.
Monster Ripper, Shark Tsuchiya, & Crusher Maedomori

 

A fun and action packed match that saw Ripper pin Kudo, after Nagayo accidentally lariated Kudo.

 

 

 

FMW Grand Slam Brass Knuckles Championship Round Robin Tournament: 

Terry Funk [6]

vs.

Big Boss Man [4]

 

Terry Funk was with Super Leather again, but this time Boss Man brought Hayabusa with him. Hayabusa was limping around, but managed to stop Super Leather from interfering. This lead to Boss Man and Terry Funk having an intense contest in the ring without interference and weapons, as neither wanted to go to ringside and get ambushed. The finish came when Super Leather tried to hand Funk a branding iron, but Hayabusa chased him around the ring. Leather dived into the ring to get out of the way and was hit with a Boss Man Slam. With Boss Man distracted, Funk nailed him with the branding iron and then hit a Piledriver for the win.

 

 

 

FMW Grand Slam Brass Knuckles Championship Round Robin Tournament: 

Sabu [6]

vs.

The Gladiator [8]

 

These two men killed each other in this match, breaking 11 tables in total with numerous Sabu dives and Awesome Bombs and Splashes. The finish came when Sabu went for a Super Frankensteiner, but Gladiator countered it into a Super Awesome Bomb onto a pile of chairs in the middle of the ring. With this victory, Gladiator has earned himself a spot in the finals.

 

 

Current Grand Slam Round Robin Standings:

 
1. The Gladiator [10]
2. Hayabusa [8]
2. Masato Tanaka [8]
2. Terry Funk [8]
5. Sabu [6]
6. Big Boss Man [4]
6. Jinsei Shinzaki [4]
8. Mr. Gannosuke [0]
 
The final four matches of the Grand Slam Tournament, scheduled for 9/24, are: 
Sabu [6] vs. Haybusa [8]
Mr. Gannosuke [0] vs. Jinsei Shinzaki [4]
Terry Funk [8] vs. Masato Tanaka [8]
The Gladiator [10] vs. Big Boss Man [4]
 
The Gladiator is in the finals and at this point he could be facing Sabu, Hayabusa, Terry Funk, or Masato Tanaka. If there are more than two people tied for the most points, a mini one night tournament will take place.


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Posted 22 September 2016 - 05:01 PM

Got the feeling we'll get a Gladiator/Hayabusa finals!



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Posted 22 September 2016 - 05:13 PM

Got the feeling we'll get a Gladiator/Hayabusa finals!

That's the finals of the real life tournament! We'll have to wait and see though.



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Posted 24 September 2016 - 08:14 AM

FMW Grand Slam, Night 9

September 24, 1995

in Tokyo, Japan

Hachioji Civic Hall

 

FMW Grand Slam Brass Knuckles Championship Round Robin Tournament:

Mr. Gannosuke [0]
vs.
Jinsei Shinzaki [4]
 
Gannosuke was a man obsessed and went on full offense, however his agressive style lead to mistakes and Shinzaki gaining the victory with an inside cradle. After the match Gannosuke snapped in the ring.
 

 

FMW Grand Slam Brass Knuckles Championship Round Robin Tournament:
The Gladiator [10]
vs.
Big Boss Man [4]
 
The Gladiator was very confident, since he is already into the finals of the tournament. Early on Boss Man caught him a Boss Man slam. Gladiator rolled to the outside and walked away getting a count out loss.
 
 
La Parka
vs.
Hanzo Nakajima
 
Parks picks up the win in an exciting bout.
 
 
Combat Toyoda
vs.
Miwa Sato
 
Combat demolished Sato, sending a message to Kudo that she wants the belt!
 
 
Hisakatsu Oya, Ricky Fuji, Katsutoshi Niiyama, & Yuji Yasaroaka
vs.
The Headhunters, Horace Boulder, & Damian 666
 
This was just a fast paced everybody get stuff in to get people hyped for the end of the tournament. Headhunters pinned Fuji to win the match.
 

 

FMW Grand Slam Brass Knuckles Championship Round Robin Tournament:

Sabu [6]

vs.

Haybusa [8]

 

If Hayabusa wins he is in the finals versus The Gladiator, if he loses he will not be. Of course Hayabusa came into this with his bum knee from the tournament and Sabu came into this with generally being injured like normal. This was a risk heavy match with both man crashing and burning while attempting high spots. Hayabusa was able to hit the Firebird Splash, but Sabu was too close to the ropes and broke up the pin. Super Leather, Terry Funk's friend, came to ringside. Funk has feuded with Sabu and is still mad about Hayabusa's win over him, so the crowd was unsure of what would happen. The referee was distracted, when Terry Funk came from under the ring and nailed both men with a flaming branding iron knocking them out. The referee counted both men out, for a double knock out and a draw. This means the only way Hayabusa will be in the finals is if Tanaka and Funk battle to a draw.

 

 

FMW Grand Slam Brass Knuckles Championship Round Robin Tournament:
Terry Funk [8]
vs.
Masato Tanaka [8]
 
Terry Funk was a crazed man trying to get into the finals for this match, using every weapon he could. Tanaka was valiant and never gave up and kept coming back. Both men were bloody. The finish saw Funk put on the Spinning Toe Hold. Tanaka was able to wrap his forearm in barbed-wire and nail Funk with an elbow. As Funk staggered off, Tanaka got up and hitting the Roaring Elbow which was wrapped in barbed-wire for the victory.
 

 

Final Grand Slam Round Robin Standings:

 
1. The Gladiator [10]
1. Masato Tanaka [10]
3. Hayabusa [9]
4. Terry Funk [8]
5. Sabu [7]
7. Big Boss Man [6]
7. Jinsei Shinzaki [6]
8. Mr. Gannosuke [0]
 
 
This sets the stages for the closing show of the tour on September 26th at the Korakeun Hall, shown on tape delay. Also on a future commercial tape, entitled "FMW Grand Slam"!
 
This show will be loaded with the following!
 
The finals of the Grand Slam Tournament with the winner becoming the FMW World Brass Knuckles Heavyweight Champion will see Masato Tanaka battle The Gladiator!
 
Good friends will square off for the FMW Independent Women's & WWA Women's Championship as Megumi Kudo defends against Combat Toyoda. Toyoda will retire in May 1996 and wants to go out as Champion, she gets her shot here!
 
The WWF Women's Champion Monster Ripper will defend her belt against AJW legend Chigusa Nagayo!
 
The FMW World Brass Knuckles Tag Team Champions of Ricky Fuji & Hisakatsu Oya have battled The Headhunters all over this tour. They will square off one more time in a "Barbed Wired Boards Death Match" with the titles on the line!
 
After tonight's show, FMW announced some brand new match ups!
 
Terry Funk will team with Super Leather to take on Hayabusa and the Big Boss Man! Funk and Leather have been a thorn in both of their sides the entire Grand Slam Tournament. Boss Man is not happy with having a cheater and a serial killer in the promotion and will try to carry Hayabusa, who is working on one leg. This should be a war!
 
There is a lot of styles in professional wrestling and in an "All-Styles Match" many of them will be on display as: Daisuke Ikeda (shoot style), La Parka (lucha libre), and Sabu (Sabu style) take on W*ING Kanemaru (Strong Style), Hanzo Nakajima (Lucharesu), & Mitsuharu Matsunaga (Death Style)!
 
Koji Nakagawa did not take too kindly to Mr. Gannosuke throwing a fit after losing in the Grand Slam, since he wasn't even in the tournament. A challenge was issued and accepted!
 
The two premier tag teams in FMW's joshi division will battle as Shark & Crusher battle Takako Inoue & Mayumi Ozaki!
 
Finally, on the pre-show the team of Jinsei Shinzaki & Yuji Yasuraoka will face Horace Boulder & Katsutoshi Niiyama.


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Posted 24 September 2016 - 11:11 AM

Ooooooooooooooh! Getting Gladiator vs Masato Tanaka in the finals. Me likey!



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Posted 26 September 2016 - 09:18 AM

Are we gonna get a "Power Bomb from the ring through a table on the outside" spot in the finals? 



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Posted 02 October 2016 - 10:56 PM

Awesome/Tanaka will be a match that many future CZW wrestlers will steal spots from. Awesome tournament. Order was kind of what I expected it to be, but it was done in a fun way. 



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Posted 03 October 2016 - 12:57 PM

Thanks for the feedback and my apologies for the wait. That being said, 
 
Welcome to the THUNDER FIRE BOMB REVIEW #14
 
 
Frontier Martial-Arts Wrestling (9/26/95)
(by Phil Dean)
 
This show features the finals of the Grand Slam Tournament, FMW's garbage version of the Champions Carnvial. It was also the first big show under the new management, so let's see if they live up to the standards of Onita's FMW.
 
Shark Tsuchiya/Crusher Maedomori vs. Maymi Ozaki/Takako Inoue
 
Ozaki and Inoue brought their slick joshi skills, while Shark and Crusher are more just untrained brutes throwing punches and using plunder. Shark cheated using some weapons to bloody up Ozaki which lead to a really fun face in peril sequence. Inoue was a great house of fire on the hot tag and Ozaki & Inoue hit a double dropkick for the win. A fun opener
 
Koji Nakagawa vs. Mr. Gannosuke
 
The story in this one is that Gannosuke lost every match in the tournament and when he was throwing fits after losing, Nakagawa called him out (since he wasn't even in the tournament). Gannosuke was really aggressive here and hit all of his offense, but he just couldn't keep Nakagawa down. Nakagawa was in full Bret Hart mood selling all match, and then coming back to win with a Victory Roll. After the match Gannosuke left the promotion, saying he was too embarrassed to ever show his face again.
 
Sabu/La Parka/Daisuke Ikdea vs. Mitsuharu Matsunaga/Hanzo Nakajima/W*ING Kanemaru
 
Billed as an "all-styles" match as FMW keeps trying to push the narrative that "Death Style" is the best wrestling style. It's certainly the most fun, outside of lucha. Hey there is a luchador here in La Parka. Parka is awesome and was getting really over in AAA before coming to FMW. He's still awesome here and the crowd was into his dancing. Every style here did their own thing, including Ikeda being awesome at shoot style. They really need to push him more. After everybody shined, of course the "Death Style" worker in Matsunaga gets the win, after busting a light tube over the head of La Parka. Sabu looked pretty beat up from the tournament, so didn't get to be the star he usually is.
 
Monster Ripper vs. Chigusa Nagayo (WWF Women's Title)
 
Yeah it's Bertha Faye in FMW defending the WWF Women's Title against AJW legend Nagayo. This just had a really werid feel to it, due to who was involved and what was on the line. Faye dominated early, but Nagayo got a comeback and a quick victory. This was about 6 minutes in total, just there to make sure the FMW fans know how great she is.
 
Ricky Fuji/Hisakatsu Oya vs. The Headhunters (Barbed Wire Board Death Match for the FMW World Brass Knuckles Tag Team Titles)
 
This is what FMW is all about, blood and guts. Everybody bleed, everybody brawled and had great punches. This is garbage wrestling at it's finest. Fuji tried his best to be Ricky Morton, but he's not Ricky Morton. Although he can certainly bleed. Headhunters lost when A missed a moonsault and landed on the barbed wire board.
 
Megumi Kudo vs. Combat Toyoda (FMW & WWA Women's Title)
 
Toyoda is set to retire in May and it's her quest to retire as champion. To do that she needs to defeat her best friend and tag partner. This is perfect story telling and this was quite the match. They both tried to be friendly and fight fair, however each time Kudo kicked out Combat got a little more rough. After several nearfalls both way, Combat had her power bomb countered with a frankensteiner and lost. They shook hands, but Combat side eyed her.
 
Terry Funk/Super Leather vs. Hayabusa/Big Boss Man
 
Terry Funk and Super Leather both came out wearing matching outfits and carrying matching chainsaws. Funk got on the mic and told everybody Terry Funk couldn't make it tonight, but Chainsaw Charlie was here. He then told Hayabusa if his team won, he wanted a mask vs mask match. Funk was just wearing pantyhouse on his head, not really a mask, so this was even more hilarious. Boss Man came to the ring and had to help Hayabusa at times, due to his injured leg in the tournament. These four brawled everywhere with Funk and Leather trying to corner Hayabusa and take him out, leaving Boss Man alone. They succeeded but Boss Man had his night stick to help him out. Everyone bleeded and this was wild. After using every weapon they could Boss Man hit the Boss Man slam on Super Leather and Hayabusa hit a Firebird Special for the win. Afterwards Jason the Terrible jumped the ring and helped Leather and Funk destroy Boss Man and Hayabusa. Both men had to go out on stretchers as "Chainsaw Charlie", Super Leather and Jason the Terrible celebrated in the ring. What an evil alliance this is!
 
The Gladiator vs. Masato Tanaka (Grand Slam Finals, FMW World Brass Knuckles Title Decision Match)
 
These two might be tailor made for each other. Awesome can look like a monster throwing around the smaller Tanaka, but Tanaka looks tough as shit taking the huge power bombs and chair shots. The more insane thing was Tanaka giving a tornado DDT onto about 20 chairs in the ring. This kept a great pace and only topped at about 16 minutes, but that was just about perfect. The finish saw Awesome hit a power bomb off the apron through a table at ringside. Since both were exhausted it took a while before Awesome rolled Tanaka into the ring. Once in the ring Awesome picked up Tanaka for one more Awesome Bomb, but he was rolled up with an inside cradle. Tanaka is your FMW champion, which is kind of a shocker with all the talent in this tournament, but if he will perform like this, who cares?
 


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Posted 03 October 2016 - 01:49 PM

I got no problem whatsoever with Masato Tanaka being the FMW World Brass Knuckles Champion.



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Posted 03 October 2016 - 10:24 PM

No problem with that... but no way I can accept the classy, traditional former NWA Champion Terry Funk putting panty hose on his head and calling himself Chainsaw Cha... ... ... Wait. What? Really? Yikes.

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Posted 04 October 2016 - 09:21 AM

FMW will be back on tour with the Fall Spectacular in October. Here is the upcoming schedule!

 

10/16 FMW Fall Spectacular, Night 1 @ Honda Civic Center in Kumamoto, Kumamoto, Japan
10/17 FMW Fall Spectacular, Night 2 @ Minokamo Central Gym in Minokamo, Gifu, Japan
10/24 FMW Fall Spectacular, Night 3 @ Citizen Gym in Akagi, Gunma, Japan
10/25 FMW Fall Spectacular, Night 4 @ Region Plaza in Joetsu, Niigata, Japan
10/26 FMW Fall Spectacular, Night 5 @ Citizen Gym in Nanao, Ishikawa, Japan
10/27 FMW Fall Spectacular, Night 6 @ City Gym in Oita, Oita, Japan
10/28 FMW Fall Spectacular, Nighy 7 @ Korakeun Hall in Tokyo, Japan
 
The only thing announced for this tour, at this point, is a "Lethal Lottery, Battle Bowl" show on October 16 from the Honda Civic Civic Center. One that night, everybody's names will be thrown into a hat and pulled out at random to produce teams. Teams will square off and the winners will advance to a "Bring Your Own Weapons Battle Royal" to end the show. The winner of this Battle Royal will get a cash price and a match of their choice for the final night of the tour.


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Posted 04 October 2016 - 01:14 PM

For once, I'd really like to see a really randomized Lethal Lottery.



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Posted 09 October 2016 - 07:06 PM

Below is the 20 men entered into the Lethal Lottery and in brackets is the match they will get if they the Battle Bowl.

 

Hayabusa (vs Terry Funk in a Exploding Cage Death Match)

Masata Tanaka (vs any challenger for the FMW World Brass Knuckles Title)

Sabu (vs Masato Tanaka for the FMW World Brass Knuckles Title)

Big Boss Man (vs Super Leather)

Jinsei Shinzaki (vs Masato Tanaka for the FMW World Brass Knuckles Title)

Chainsaw Charlie (vs Hayabusa in a Mask vs Mask match)

Hisakatsu Oya (vs Masato Tanaka for the FMW World Brass Knuckles Title)

Ricky Fuji (vs Masato Tanaka for the FMW World Brass Knuckles Title)

Daisuke Ikeda (vs Masato Tanaka for the FMW World Brass Knuckles Title)

La Parka (vs Mitsuharu Matsunaga)

Hanzo Nakajima (vs Masato Tanaka for the FMW World Brass Knuckles Title)

Super Leather (vs Masato Tanaka for the FMW World Brass Knuckles Title)

Mitsuharu Matsunaga (vs Masato Tanaka for the FMW World Brass Knuckles Title)

Koji Nakagawa (vs Masato Tanaka for the FMW World Brass Knuckles Title)

Katsutoshi Niiyama (vs Masato Tanaka for the FMW World Brass Knuckles Title)

Horace Boulder (vs Masato Tanaka for the FMW World Brass Knuckles Title)

W*ING Kanemaru (vs Masato Tanaka for the FMW World Brass Knuckles Title)

Maxx Payne (vs Masato Tanaka for the FMW World Brass Knuckles Title)

Jason the Terrible (vs Masato Tanaka for the FMW World Brass Knuckles Title)

Masayoshi Motegi (vs Masato Tanaka for the FMW World Brass Knuckles Title)






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