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  1. What's new in this club
  2. not trying to be picky, but, why would tag teams and stables be easier? there have been HORDES of tag teams over the years to put into this competition, why do you need to throw in stables as well? I'd think you could actually do a separate one for stables as there'd be enough of those too once you look through all the indie jobbers and stuff as well?
  3. ...But I wanted to do the Mexican one...:( Tag Team it is then. EDIT - Can it be Tag Teams & Stables? That would be easier.
  4. The Winner of the Tournament to crown the best Japanese wrestler is: :vio3: http://i47.tinypic.com/vfz6mc.jpg :vio3: Jushin "Thunder" Liger :vio3: :vio3: :vio3: :vio3: Alright then, with this tournament over, I'm already itching to do another one. Any of these ones, I guess: Best Mexican Wrestler* Best Tag Team Best "Old-School" wrestler (any from 1900 to 1985-ish) *Please say Mexican...please say Mexican...please say Mexican...
  5. This is the last match of the tournament. Whoever advances wins the whole thing. http://i49.tinypic.com/9r7dqe.jpg The Great Sasuke Real Name: Masanori Murakawa Also Known As: Masa Michinoku, Ninja Sasuke, SASUKE Born: July 7, 1969 From: Morioka, Japan Height & Weight: 5'8", 187 lbs Trained By: Tiger Mask I Debut: April 1, 1990 Has Wrestled in: Michinoku Pro, FMW, WWA, WWF, lots of other promotions Titles Held: UWA/UWF Intercontinental Tag Team titles w/Gran Hamada defeating Villano IV & Bulldog K.T for vacant titles (November 20, 1992); UWA (Mexico) World Welterweight title defeating Super Delfin (July 24, 1993); FMW (Frontier Martial Arts) Independent World World Junior Heavyweight title defeating Battle Ranger Z to become 1st champion (October 18, 1993); British Commonwealth Junior Heavyweight title defeating Stevie J (September 25, 1995); WWF World Light Heavyweight title defeating Aero Flash (March 24, 1996); IWGP Junior Heavyweight title defeating Jushin Liger (April 29, 1996); WWA (Mexico) World Middleweight title defeating Piloto Suicida (July 27, 1996); NWA World Junior Heavyweight title defeating Masayoshi Motegi (August 2, 1996); WWF World Light Heavyweight title defeating El Samurai (August 4, 1996); WWA (Mexico) World Junior Light Heavyweight title defeating El Samurai (August 4, 1996); UWA (Mexico) World Junior Light Heavyweight title defeating Ultimo Dragon (August 5, 1996); British Commonwealth Junior Heavyweight title defeating Ultimo Dragon (August 5, 1996); NWA World Welterweight title defeating Ultimo Dragon (August 5, 1996); NWA World Middleweight title defeating Tokyo Magnum [Tournament] (February 7, 1999); IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team titles w/Jushin Liger defeating Dr. Wagner Jr. & Kendo Ka Shin (April 10, 1999); APEX of Triangle Six Man Tag Team titles w/Gran Hamada & Tiger Mask defeating Takeshi Ono, KAW KAW & Masao Orihara (April 14, 2001); UWA/UWF Intercontinental Tag Team titles w/Sasuke the Great defeating Dick Togo & Gedo (December 22, 2001); Michinoku Pro Tohoku (East Northern) Junior Heavyweight title defeating Atlantis (March 28, 2004); Michinoku Pro Tohoku Tag Team titles w/Dick Togo defeating Jinsei Shinzaki & GAINA (July 9, 2005); Michinoku Pro Tohoku (East Northern) Junior Heavyweight title defeating Super Delfin (October 8, 2006); Michinoku Pro Tohoku Tag Team titles w/Yoshitsune defeating Rasse & KAGETORA (January 14, 2008) Extra Notes: The Grear Sasuke is a member of the Japanese Senate, making him the first masked senator in the world. The Great Sasuke has had many injuries over the years, including cracking his skull twice. VS http://i47.tinypic.com/mjvkp4.jpg Tiger Mask Real Name: Satoru Sayama Also Known As: Sammy Lee, Satoru Sayama, Tigre Enmascarado, The Tiger, Super Tiger, Original Tiger Mask, Tiger King Born: November 27, 1957 From: Yamaguchi, Japan Height & Weight: ? Trained By: New Japan Dojo Debut: May 28, 1976 Has Wrestled in: NJPW, UWF, RJPW, other promotions Titles Held: NWA World Middleweight title defeating Ringo Mendoza (September 9, 1979); WWF Junior Heavyweight title defeating Dynamite Kid for vacant title (January 1, 1982); NWA World Junior Heavyweight title defeating ??????? (May ??, 1982); WWF Junior Heavyweight title defeating Black Tiger (May 26, 1982); NWA World Junior Heavyweight title defeating Kuniaki Kobayashi for vacant title (June 2, 1983); WWF Junior Heavyweight title defeating Fishman for vacant title (June 12, 1983) Extra Notes: N/A VS http://i47.tinypic.com/vfz6mc.jpg Jushin "Thunder" Liger Real Name: Keichi Yamada Also Known As: Keichi Yamada, Flying Fuji Yamada, Jyushin Lyger, Jyushin Liger, Jushin Liger, Kishin Liger, Masked CTU-G, Fuji Yamada Born: November 30, 1964 From: Hiroshima, Japan Height & Weight: 5'7", 213 lbs Trained By: NJPW Dojo, Kotetsu Yamamoto, Tatsumi Fujinami, Yoshiaki Fujiwara Debut: 1984 Has Wrestled in: NJPW, WCW, ROH, TNA, Dragon Gate, other promotions Titles Held: (Britain) World Heavy Middleweight title (as Flying Fuji Yamada) defeating Mark Rocco (September 26, 1986); (Britain) World Heavy Middleweight title (as Flying Fuji Yamada) defeating Mark Rocco (March 3, 1987); IWGP Junior Heavyweight title defeating Hiroshi Hase (May 25, 1989); IWGP Junior Heavyweight title defeating Naoki Sano (January 31, 1990); IWGP Junior Heavyweight title defeating Pegasus Kid (Chris Benoit) (November 1, 1990); IWGP Junior Heavyweight title defeating Norio Honaga (June 12, 1991); WCW World Light Heavyweight title defeating Brian Pillman (December 25, 1991); IWGP Junior Heavyweight title defeating Norio Honaga (February 8, 1992); IWGP Junior Heavyweight title defeating Ultimo Dragon (January 4, 1993); IWGP Junior Heavyweight title defeating Koji Kanemoto (January 4, 1996); British Commonwealth Junior Heavyweight title defeating Dick Togo (June 17, 1996); WAR (Japan) International Junior Tag Team titles w/El Samurai defeating Yuji Yasuraoka & Lance Storm (July 20, 1996); WWA (Mexico) World Junior Light Heavyweight title defeating Ultimo Dragon (January 4, 1997); British Commonwealth Junior Heavyweight title defeating Ultimo Dragon (January 4, 1997); NWA World Junior Heavyweight title defeating Ultimo Dragon (January 4, 1997); UWA (Mexico) World Junior Heavyweight title defeating Ultimo Dragon (January 4, 1997); IWGP Junior Heavyweight title defeating Ultimo Dragon (January 4, 1997); NWA World Welterweight title defeating Ultimo Dragon (January 4, 1997); WWF World Light Heavyweight title defeating Ultimo Dragon (January 4, 1997); IWGP Junior Heavyweight title defeating Shinjiro Ohtani (February 7, 1998); IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team titles w/Great Sasuke defeating Dr. Wagner Jr. & Kendo Ka Shin (April 10, 1999); IWGP Junior Heavyweight title defeating Kendo Ka Shin (October 11, 1999); IWGP Junior Heavyweight title defeating Psicosis for vacant title (December 6, 1999); IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team titles w/El Samurai defeating Minoru Tanaka & Koji Kanemoto (March 6, 2001); IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team titles w/Minoru Tanaka defeating Gedo & Jado (May 2, 2002); IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team titles w/Koji Kanemoto defeating Yoshinobu Kanemaru & Tsuyoshi Kikuchi (January 26, 2003); Osaka Pro Wrestling Tag Team titles w/Takehiro Murahama defeating Black Buffalo & Tsubasa (February 1, 2003); NOAH Global Honored Crowned Junior Heavyweight title defeating Takashi Sugiura (January 4, 2004); Dragon Gate Open the Dream Gate title defeating Don Fujii (March 25, 2007); IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team titles w/AKIRA defeating Prince Devitt & Minoru (February 17, 2008) Extra Notes: Jushin "Thunder" Liger once suffered from a Brain Tumour.
  6. What are you "confusled" about? Anyway, Jushin Liger advances. Ultimo Dragon and Tiger Mask III are eliminated. Stay tuned for the next match, which is the last in the tournament.
  7. I think this is a way easier tie for Liger than the previous one. I'm still surprised/disappointed he got past Misawa and Kobashi, but in this round he's definitely better than Kanemoto and Dragon. Liger
  8. Didn't liger already beat Misawa and Kobashi this round? Vote goes for Liger again
  9. THIS IS THE LAST MATCH BEFORE THE LAST MATCH OF THE TOURNAMENT...and it has to be a triple-threat, since there are three left over. http://i47.tinypic.com/vfz6mc.jpg Jushin "Thunder" Liger Real Name: Keichi Yamada Also Known As: Keichi Yamada, Flying Fuji Yamada, Jyushin Lyger, Jyushin Liger, Jushin Liger, Kishin Liger, Masked CTU-G, Fuji Yamada Born: November 30, 1964 From: Hiroshima, Japan Height & Weight: 5'7", 213 lbs Trained By: NJPW Dojo, Kotetsu Yamamoto, Tatsumi Fujinami, Yoshiaki Fujiwara Debut: 1984 Has Wrestled in: NJPW, WCW, ROH, TNA, Dragon Gate, other promotions Titles Held: (Britain) World Heavy Middleweight title (as Flying Fuji Yamada) defeating Mark Rocco (September 26, 1986); (Britain) World Heavy Middleweight title (as Flying Fuji Yamada) defeating Mark Rocco (March 3, 1987); IWGP Junior Heavyweight title defeating Hiroshi Hase (May 25, 1989); IWGP Junior Heavyweight title defeating Naoki Sano (January 31, 1990); IWGP Junior Heavyweight title defeating Pegasus Kid (Chris Benoit) (November 1, 1990); IWGP Junior Heavyweight title defeating Norio Honaga (June 12, 1991); WCW World Light Heavyweight title defeating Brian Pillman (December 25, 1991); IWGP Junior Heavyweight title defeating Norio Honaga (February 8, 1992); IWGP Junior Heavyweight title defeating Ultimo Dragon (January 4, 1993); IWGP Junior Heavyweight title defeating Koji Kanemoto (January 4, 1996); British Commonwealth Junior Heavyweight title defeating Dick Togo (June 17, 1996); WAR (Japan) International Junior Tag Team titles w/El Samurai defeating Yuji Yasuraoka & Lance Storm (July 20, 1996); WWA (Mexico) World Junior Light Heavyweight title defeating Ultimo Dragon (January 4, 1997); British Commonwealth Junior Heavyweight title defeating Ultimo Dragon (January 4, 1997); NWA World Junior Heavyweight title defeating Ultimo Dragon (January 4, 1997); UWA (Mexico) World Junior Heavyweight title defeating Ultimo Dragon (January 4, 1997); IWGP Junior Heavyweight title defeating Ultimo Dragon (January 4, 1997); NWA World Welterweight title defeating Ultimo Dragon (January 4, 1997); WWF World Light Heavyweight title defeating Ultimo Dragon (January 4, 1997); IWGP Junior Heavyweight title defeating Shinjiro Ohtani (February 7, 1998); IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team titles w/Great Sasuke defeating Dr. Wagner Jr. & Kendo Ka Shin (April 10, 1999); IWGP Junior Heavyweight title defeating Kendo Ka Shin (October 11, 1999); IWGP Junior Heavyweight title defeating Psicosis for vacant title (December 6, 1999); IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team titles w/El Samurai defeating Minoru Tanaka & Koji Kanemoto (March 6, 2001); IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team titles w/Minoru Tanaka defeating Gedo & Jado (May 2, 2002); IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team titles w/Koji Kanemoto defeating Yoshinobu Kanemaru & Tsuyoshi Kikuchi (January 26, 2003); Osaka Pro Wrestling Tag Team titles w/Takehiro Murahama defeating Black Buffalo & Tsubasa (February 1, 2003); NOAH Global Honored Crowned Junior Heavyweight title defeating Takashi Sugiura (January 4, 2004); Dragon Gate Open the Dream Gate title defeating Don Fujii (March 25, 2007); IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team titles w/AKIRA defeating Prince Devitt & Minoru (February 17, 2008) Extra Notes: Jushin "Thunder" Liger once suffered from a Brain Tumour. VS http://i50.tinypic.com/2lcqv4k.jpg Tiger Mask III Real Name: Koji Kanemoto Also Known As: Koji Kanemoto, The Great Kojo Born: October 31, 1966 From: Kobe, Hyogo, Japan Height & Weight: 5'9", 198 lbs Trained By: New Japan Dojo, Masanobu Kurisu Debut: November 7, 1990 Has Wrestled in: NJPW, UWA, WCW Titles Held: IWGP Junior Heavyweight title defeating Norio Honaga (February 19, 1995); UWA (Mexico) World Welterweight title defeating Shinjiro Ohtani (April 16, 1995); IWGP Junior Heavyweight title defeating Sabu (June 14, 1995); UWA (Mexico) World Junior Light Heavyweight title defeating El Samuari (March 17, 1996); IWGP Junior Heavyweight title defeating Jushin Liger (March 17, 1999); IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team titles w/Minoru Tanaka defeating Tatsuhito Takaiwa & Shinjiro Ohtani (June 25, 2000); IWGP Junior Heavyweight title defeating Minoru Tanaka (July 19, 2002); IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team titles w/Jushin Liger defeating Yoshinobu Kanemaru & Tsuyoshi Kikuchi (January 26, 2003); IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team titles w/Wataru Inoue defeating Gedo & Jado (March 4, 2005) Extra Notes: N/A VS http://i45.tinypic.com/2ni046q.jpg Ultimo Dragon Real Name: Yoshihiro Asai Also Known As: Ultimate Dragon, Keichi Yamada, The Tiger, Yoshihiro Asai Born: December 12, 1966 From: Nagoya City, Japan Height & Weight: 5'6", 182 lbs Trained By: Gran Hamada, Kotetsu Yamamoto Debut: May 13, 1987 Has Wrestled in: WCW, WWE, UWA, WAR, Michinoku Pro, other promotions Titles Held: UWA (Mexico) World Welterweight title (as Yoshihiro Asai) defeating Ray Richard (July 29, 1988); UWA (Mexico) World Middleweight title (as Yoshihiro Asai) defeating Cuchillo (April 6, 1990); UWA (Mexico) World Middleweight title (as Yoshihiro Asai) defeating Cuchillo (June 4, 1990); IWGP (Japan) Junior Heavyweight title defeating El Samurai (November 22, 1992); UWA (Mexico) World Middleweight title defeating Negro Casas (March 26, 1993); UWA (Mexico) World Middleweight title defeating El Samurai (May 24, 1993); UWA (Mexico) World Middleweight title defeating Kouji Ishinriki (February 18, 1994); NWA (Mexico) World Middleweight title defeating Corazon de Leon (aka Chris Jericho) (November 8, 1994); WAR (Japan) International Junior Heavyweight title defeating Lion Heart (aka Chris Jericho) (July 28, 1995); WAR (Japan) International Junior Heavyweight title defeating Gedo (October 5, 1995); British Commonwealth Junior Heavyweight title defeating Jushin Liger [Tournament] (August 2, 1996); UWA (Mexico) World Junior Light Heavyweight title defeating Shinjiro Ohtani [Tournament] (August 4, 1996); NWA (Mexico) World Welterweight title defeating Shinjiro Ohtani (August 4, 1996); UWA (Mexico) World Junior Light Heavyweight title defeating Great Sasuke (October 11, 1996); British Commonwealth Junior Heavyweight title defeating Great Sasuke (October 11, 1996); NWA World Junior Heavyweight title defeating Great Sasuke (October 11, 1996); WWF (UWA Mexico) World Light Heavyweight title defeating Great Sasuke (October 11, 1996); UWA (Mexico) World Welterweight title defeating Great Sasuke (October 11, 1996); WAR (Japan) International Junior Heavyweight title defeating Great Sasuke (October 11, 1996); IWGP (Japan) Junior Heavyweight title defeating Great Sasuke (October 11, 1996); WWA (Mexico) World Junior Light Heavyweight title defeating Great Sasuke (October 11, 1996); WAR (Japan) World Six Man Tag Team titles w/Nobutaka Araya & Genichiro Tenryu defeating Bam Bam Bigelow & Hiromichi Fuyuki & Youji Anjoh (October 28, 1996); WCW (World Championship Wrestling) World Cruiserweight title defeating Dean Malenko (December 29, 1996); WCW (World Championship Wrestling) World Television title defeating Prince Iaukea (April 7, 1997); WCW (World Championship Wrestling) World Television title defeating Steven Regal (July 22, 1997); WCW (World Championship Wrestling) World Cruiserweight title defeating Eddy Guerrero (December 29, 1997); NWA (Mexico) World Middleweight title defeating Great Sasuke (May 5, 2003); Michinoku Pro Wrestling Tohoku Tag Team titles w/Jinsei Shinzaki won a tournament (July 18, 2004); Extra Notes: As seen in the above photo, Ultimo Dragon is the only professional wrestler to hold 11 championships at the same time.
  10. Tiger Mask advances. Shinya Hashimoto is eliminated. I really thought there would be more of a "fight" in this round, but Tiger Mask won with a clean sweep.....so yeah. The next match will be here in a few minutes.
  11. http://i48.tinypic.com/2zpsgog.jpg Shinya Hashimoto Real Name: Shinya Hashimoto Also Known As: Hashif Khan Born: July 3, 1965 From: Gifu, Japan Height & Weight: 6', 260 lbs Trained By: Antonio Inoki, Stu Hart Debut: September 1, 1984 Has Wrestled in: NJPW, Stampede, AJPW, ZERO-ONE, other promotions Titles Held: IWGP Tag Team titles w/Masa Saito defeating Takayuki Iizuka & Riki Choshu (September 20, 1989); IWGP Heavyweight title defeating Great Muta (September 20, 1993); IWGP Heavyweight title defeating Tatsumi Fujinami (May 1, 1994); IWGP Tag Team titles w/Junji Hirata defeating Mike Enos & Scott Norton for vacant titles (July 13, 1995); IWGP Heavyweight title defeating Nobuhiko Takada (April 29, 1996); NWA World Heavyweight title defeating Gary Steele & Steve Corino in a Round Robin Triangle Match (December 15, 2001); NWA (Zero One Max) Intercontinental Tag Titles w/Naoya Ogawa defeating Nathan Jones & John Heidenreich (October 26, 2002); AJPW (All Japan) Unified Triple Crown Heavyweight title defeating Great Muta (February 23, 2003); NWA (Zero One Max) Intercontinental Tag Titles w/Naoya Ogawa defeating Tom Howard & Matt Ghaffari (April 29, 2003); NWA (Zero One Max) Intercontinental Tag Titles w/Yoshiaki Fujiwara defeating Shiro Koshinaka & Takao Omori (June 17, 2004) Extra Notes: A very talented wrestler, Shinya Hashimoto suddenly collapsed on July 11, 2005. He passed away on arrival to the hospital. VS http://i47.tinypic.com/mjvkp4.jpg Tiger Mask Real Name: Satoru Sayama Also Known As: Sammy Lee, Satoru Sayama, Tigre Enmascarado, The Tiger, Super Tiger, Original Tiger Mask, Tiger King Born: November 27, 1957 From: Yamaguchi, Japan Height & Weight: ? Trained By: New Japan Dojo Debut: May 28, 1976 Has Wrestled in: NJPW, UWF, RJPW, other promotions Titles Held: NWA World Middleweight title defeating Ringo Mendoza (September 9, 1979); WWF Junior Heavyweight title defeating Dynamite Kid for vacant title (January 1, 1982); NWA World Junior Heavyweight title defeating ??????? (May ??, 1982); WWF Junior Heavyweight title defeating Black Tiger (May 26, 1982); NWA World Junior Heavyweight title defeating Kuniaki Kobayashi for vacant title (June 2, 1983); WWF Junior Heavyweight title defeating Fishman for vacant title (June 12, 1983) Extra Notes: N/A
  12. Yeah well I'm not changing the voting rules, so Sasuke advances. Toshiaki Kawada is eliminated. The next match will be here in a couple of minutes.
  13. For the second round in a row, the guy with the most votes isn't the guy who wins. Interesting. Sort of. Kinda.
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