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Since 1998, Burning has always had a presence in AJPW. What began as a dominant tag team of Kenta Kobashi & Jun Akiyama turned into a group that also included Yoshinobu Kanemaru & Kentaro Shiga. Unfortunately, Burning did not survive when AJPW came back in January 2001. Burning were thought to have been extinguished when Akiyama betrayed Kobashi & Kanemaru and put Kobashi on the shelf for a year. However, when Kobashi came back, his flame & desire were burning more than ever but he knew he needed help to try and fight against rival faction InVictus.

In December 2001, Kobashi & Kanemaru reformed Burning. This time with new members in the form of NJPW standout Satoshi Kojima and Kobashi's long time tag partner Tsuyoshi Kikuchi. Together, the group fights the good fight and hope to once again be the standard bearers of hard work & dedication in AJPW.

Current Members:
Kenta Kobashi
Satoshi Kojima
Yoshinobu Kaneamru
Tsuyoshi Kikuchi

Championships and Accomplishments
Triple Crown Heavyweight Championship (1 time) - Kobashi
World Jr. Heavyweight Championship (1 time) - Kanemaru





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A group that bonded together by wanting to conquer the old guard in AJPW and surpass the 4-Pillar hierarchy, InVictus formed in January 2001 after Jun Akiyama achieved his life's dream of winning the Triple Crown. Following his championship victory, Akiyama made a statement by violently betraying his former Burning friends Kenta Kobashi & Yoshinobu Kanemaru. Shortly thereafter, Akiyama began recruiting select young wrestlers who he felt were being wasted and were going down the traditional King's Road that leads to nowhere. Those wrestlers were Naomichi Marufuji & Taiyo Kea (the former Maunakea Mossman) and they turned their backs on their mentors in favor of fighting alongside Akiyama.

Since forming, they've collectively won the Triple Crown, Jr. Heavyweight, & All-Asia Tag titles and have been the most successful group in AJPW.

Current Members:
Jun Akiyama
Taiyo Kea
Naomichi Marufuji
Takeshi Morishima
Takeshi Rikio

Championships and Accomplishments
Triple Crown Heavyweight Championship (2 times) - Akiyama
World Jr. Heavyweight Championship (2 times) - Marufuji
All Asia Tag Team Championship (2 times) - Marufuji & Kea, Rikio & Morishima





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In April 2001, Akira Maeda returned to professional wrestling looking for fight... and he wasn't coming alone. He was bringing in his DEATHSQUAD.

Following Maeda into AJPW were 2 of his former disciples who quit NJPW with him in 1989: Pancrase legend's Minoru Suzuki & Masakatsu Funaki. Later joined by big tough man and aspiring PRIDE fighter Yoshihiro Takayama, the group has had one goal and one goal only: PAIN. Using their shooto, wrestling & brawling backgrounds, they aim to hurt & destroy anybody who blocks their path or tries to stop them from proving that they are the toughest real wrestlers in Japan.

Current Members:
Akira Maeda
Minoru Suzuki
Yoshihiro Takayama
KENTA
Katsuyori Shibata

Former Members:
Masakatsu Funaki

Championships and Accomplishments
Triple Crown Heavyweight Championship (1 time) - Suzuki
World Tag Team Championship (2 times) - Suzuki & Funaki, Suzuki & Takayama

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31st Triple Crown Champion
Minoru Suzuki

1. Jumbo Tsuruta - 48 days
2. Genichiro Tenryu - 128 days
3. Jumbo Tsuruta (2) - 237 days
4. Terry Gordy - 3 days
5. Stan Hansen - 39 days
6. Terry Gordy (2) - 10 days
VACATED
7. Stan Hansen (2) - 176 days
8. Jumbo Tsuruta (3) - 374 days
9. Stan Hansen (3) - 207 days
10. Mitsuharu Misawa - 705 days
11. Steve Williams - 86 days
12. Toshiaki Kawada - 133 days
13. Stan Hansen (4) - 83 days
14. Mitsuharu Misawa (2) - 364 days
15. Akira Taue - 61 days
16. Kenta Kobashi - 180 days
17. Mitsuharu Misawa (3) - 466 days
18. Toshiaki Kawada (2) - 42 days
19. Kenta Kobashi (2) - 141 days
20. Mitsuharu Misawa (4) - 83 days
21. Toshiaki Kawada (3) - 7 days
VACATED
22. Vader - 57 days
23. Mitsuharu Misawa (5) - 181 days
24. Vader (2) - 120 days
25. Kenta Kobashi (3)- 110 days
VACATED (Dynasty Start)
26. Jun Akiyama - 162 days
27. Atsushi Onita - 34 days
28. Jun Akiyama (2) - 63 days
29. Toshiaki Kawada (4) - 274 days
30. Kenta Kobashi (4) - 63 days
31. Minoru Suzuki - 1 day +




47th World Tag Team Champions
Eddie & Rey


1. Jumbo Tsuruta & Yoshiaki Yatsu - 49 days
2. Stan Hansen & Terry Gordy - 2 days
3. Jumbo Tsuruta (2) & Yoshiaki Yatsu (2) - 29 days
4. Genichiro Tenryu & Ashura Hara - 1 day
5. Jumbo Tsuruta (3) & Yoshiaki Yatsu (3) - 81 days
VACATED
6. Stan Hansen (2) & Terry Gordy (2) - 51 days
7. Jumbo Tsuruta (4) & Yoshiaki Yatsu (4) - 159 days
8. Genichiro Tenryu (2) & Stan Hansen (3) - 11 days
9. Jumbo Tsuruta (5) & Yoshiaki Yatsu (5) - 90 days
10. Genichiro Tenryu (3) & Stan Hansen (4) - 40 days
VACATED
11. Genichiro Tenryu (4) & Stan Hansen (5) - 90 days
12. Steve Williams & Terry Gordy (3) - 135 days
13. Jumbo Tsuruta (6) & The Great Kabuki - 8 days
VACATED
14. Steve Williams (2) & Terry Gordy (4) - 132 days
15. Stan Hansen (6) & Dan Spivey - 79 days
16. Steve Williams (3) & Terry Gordy (5) - 18 days
17. Mitsuharu Misawa & Toshiaki Kawada - 135 days
VACATED
18. Steve Williams (4) & Terry Gordy (6) - 89 days
19. Jumbo Tsuruta (7) & Akira Taue - 254 days
VACATED
20. Mitsuharu Misawa (2) & Toshiaki Kawada (2) - 57 days
21. Steve Williams (5) & Terry Gordy (7) - 110 days
22. Toshiaki Kawada (3) & Akira Taue (2) - 106 days
23. Stan Hansen (7) & Ted DiBiase - 71 days
VACATED
24. Mitsuharu Misawa (3) & Kenta Kobashi - 351 days
VACATED
25. Mitsuharu Misawa (4) & Kenta Kobashi (2) - 181 days
26. Toshiaki Kawada (4) & Akira Taue (3) - 229 days
27. Stan Hansen (8) & Gary Albright - 27 days
28. Toshiaki Kawada (5) & Akira Taue (4) - 93 days
29. Mitsuharu Misawa (5) & Jun Akiyama - 105 days
30. Steve Williams (6) & Johnny Ace - 134 days
31. Toshiaki Kawada (6) & Akira Taue (5) - 130 days
32. Kenta Kobashi (3) & Johnny Ace (2) - 59 days
33. Steve Williams (7) & Gary Albright (2) - 71 days
34. Kenta Kobashi (4) & Johnny Ace (3) - 113 days
35. Toshiaki Kawada (7) & Akira Taue (6) - 347 days
36. Kenta Kobashi (5) & Jun Akiyama (2) - 153 days
37. Johnny Ace (4) & Mike Barton - 44 days
38. Yoshihiro Takayama & Takao Omori - 33 days
39. Mitsuharu Misawa (6) & Yoshinari Ogawa - 59 days
40. Kenta Kobashi (6) & Jun Akiyama (3) - 120 days
41. Vader & Steve Williams (8) - 58 days
42. Toshiaki Kawada (8) & Akira Taue (7) - 7 days
VACATED (Dynasty Start)
43. Toshiaki Kawada (9) & Akira Taue (8) - 106 days
44. Minoru Suzuki & Masakatsu Funaki - 63 days
45. Mitsuharu Misawa (7) & Hiroshi Hase - 62 days
46. Minoru Suzuki (2) & Yoshihiro Takayama (2) - 241 days
47. Eddie Guerrero & Rey Mysterio Jr. - 95 days +





24th Jr. Heavyweight Champion
Naomichi Marufuji



1. Hiro Saito - 115 days
2. Kuniaki Kobayashi - 41 days
3. Masanobu Fuchi - 748 days
4. Joe Malenko - 5 days
5. Mighty Inoue - 42 days
6. Masanobu Fuchi (2) - 39 days
7. Shinichi Nakano - 4 days
8. Mitsuo Momota - 72 days
9. Joe Malenko (2) - 111 days
10. Masanobu Fuchi (3) - 1,309 days
11. Danny Krofat - 94 days
12. Masanobu Fuchi (4) - 323 days
13. Danny Kroffat (2) - 425 days
14. Yoshinari Ogawa - 294 days
15. Masanobu Fuchi (5) - 24 days
16. Tsuyoshi Kikuchi - 175 days
17. Yoshinari Ogawa (2) - 219 days
18. Maunakea Mossman - 294 days
VACATED
19. Yoshinari Ogawa (3) - 698 days
VACATED (Dynasty Start)
20. Naomichi Marufuji - 86 days
21. Rey Mysterio Jr. - 180 days
22. Shinjiro Otani - 49 days
23. Yoshinobu Kanemaru - 136 days
24. Naomichi Marufuji (2) - 95 days +





75th Asia Tag Team Champions
Sugiura & Ishii


1. King Kong Czaya & Tiger Joginder Singh
VACATED
2. Dan Miller & Frank Valois - 5 days
3. Rikidozan & Toyonobori - 606 days
4. Luther Lindsay & Ricky Waldo - 12 days
5. Rikidozan (2) & Toyonobori (2) - 109 days
6. Mike Sharpe & Buddy Austin - 27 days
7. Rikidozan (3) & Toyonobori (3) - 184 days
VACATED
8. Rikidozan (4) & Toyonobori (4) - 223 days
VACATED
9. Toyonobri (5) & Michiaki Yoshimura - 84 days
10. Gene Kiniski & Caripus Hurricane - 15 days
11. Giant Baba & Toyonobori (6) - 370 days
12. The Destroyer & Billy Red Lyons - 42 days
13. Giant Baba (2) & Toyonobori (7) - 174 days
VACATED
14. Killer Karl Kox & Joe Carrolo - 2 days
15. Hiro Matsuda & Michiaki Yoshimura (2) - 30 days
16. Eddie Graham & Killer Karl Kox (2) - 4 days
17. Giant Baba (3) & Michiaki Yoshimura (3) - 0 days
VACATED
18. Kintaro Ohki (2) & Michiaki Yoshimura (4) - 119 days
VACATED
19. Antonio Inoki & Michiaki Yoshimura (5) - 158 days
VACATED
20. Kintaro Ohki (2) & Michiaki Yoshimura (6) - 184 days
21. Klondike Bill & Skull Murphy - 22 days
22. Kintaro Ohki (3) & Michiaki Yoshimura (7) - 175 days
VACATED
23. Antonio Inoki (2) & Kintaro Ohki (4) - 150 days
VACATED
24. Antonio Inoki (3) & Michiaki Yoshimura (8) - 62 days
VACATED
25. Antonio Inoki (4) & Michiaki Yoshimura (9) - 61 days
VACATED
26. Seiji Sakaguchi & Michiaki Yoshimura (10) - 415 days
VACATED
27. The Great Kojika & Gentetsu Matsuoka - 48 days
DEACTIVATED
28. The Great Kojika (2) & Motoshi Okuma - 190 days
29. Jerry & Ted Oates - 19 days
30. Samson Kutsuwada & Akihisa Takachiho - 238 days
31. The Great Kojika (3) & Motoshi Okuma (2) - 143 days
32. Animal Hamaguchi & Mighty Inoue - 108 days
33. The Great Kojika (4) 7 Motoshi Okuma (3) - 186 days
VACATED
34. The Great Kojika (5) 7 Motoshi Okuma (4) - 723 days
35. David & Kevin Von Erich - 19 days
36. Takashi Ishikawa & Akio Sato - 92 days
VACATED
37. Ashura Hara & Mighty Inoue (2) - 368 days
VACATED
38. Ashura Hara (2) & Takashi Ishikawa (2) - 249 days
VACATED
39. Takashi Ishikawa (3) & Akio Sato (2) - 94 days
40. Animal Hamaguchi (2) & Isamu Teranishi - 2 days
41. Norio Honaga & Isamu Teranishi (2) - 6 days
42. Mighty Inoue (3) & Takashi Ishikawa (4) - 354 days
43. Ashura Hawa (3) & Super Strong Machine - 184 days
VACATED
44. Mighty Inoue (4) & Takashi Ishikawa (5) - 223 days
45. Toshiaki Kawada & Kodo Fuyuki - 184 days
46. Shunji Nakano & Shinichi Takano - 6 days
47. Toshiaki Kawada (2) & Kodo Fuyuki (2) - 263 days
48. Doug Furnas & Danny Kroffat - 137 days
49. Toshiaki Kawada (3) & Kodo Fuyuki (3) - 133 days
50. Doug Furnas (2) & Danny Kroffat (2) - 38 days
51. Mitsuharu Misawa & Kenta Kobashi - 38 days
VACATED
52. Akira Taue & Shinichi Nagano (2) - 14 days
VACATED
53. Kenta Kobashi (2) & Johnny Ace - 124 days
VACATED
54. Dynamite Kid & Johnny Smith - 14 days
55. Doug Furnas (3) & Danny Kroffat (3) - 79 days
56. Kenta Kobashi (3) & Johnny Ace (2) - 10 days
57. Billy Black & Joel Deaton - 8 days
58. Doug Furnas (4) & Danny Kroffat (4) - 304 days
59. Kenta Kobashi (4) & Tsuyoshi Kikuchi - 373 days
60. The Eagle & The Patriot - 99 days
61. Doug Furnas (5) & Danny Kroffat (5) - 452 days
VACATED
62. Jun Akiyama & Takao Omori - 1,076 days
63. Johnny Smith (2) & Wolf Hawkfield - 270 days
64. Tamon Honda & Jun Izumida - 130 days
65. Hayabusa & Jinsei Shinzaki - 111 days
66. Yoshihiro Takayama & Takao Omori (2) - 82 days
67. Mitsuharu Misawa (2) & Yoshinari Ogawa - 0 days
VACATED
68. Tamon Honda (2) & Masao Inoue - 235 days
VACATED (Dynasty Start)
69. Takeshi Morishima & Takeshi Rikio - 81 days
70. Rob Van Dam & Sabu - 30 days
71. Taiyo Kea & Naomichi Marufuji - 90 days
72. Atsushi Onita & Masanobu Fuchi - 60 days
73. Takashi Sugiura & Samoa Joe - 53 days
VACATED
74. Takeshi Morishima (2) & Takeshi Rikio (2) - 61 days
75. Takashi Sugiura (2) & Tomohiro Ishii - 34 days +







2002 Champion Carnival Winner
Shinya Hashimoto



1973 - Giant Baba
1974 - Giant Baba (2)
1975 - Giant Baba (3)
1976 - Abdullah the Butcher
1977 - Giant Baba (4)
1978 - Giant Baba (5)
1979 - Abdullah the Butcher (2)
1980 - Jumbo Tsuruta
1981 - Giant Baba (6)
1982 - Giant Baba (7)
1991 - Jumbo Tsuruta (2)
1992 - Stan Hansen
1993 - Stan Hansen (2)
1994 - Toshiaki Kawada
1995 - Mitsuharu Misawa
1996 - Akira Taue
1997 - Toshiaki Kawada (2)
1998 - Mitsuharu Misawa (2)
1999 - Vader
2000 - Kenta Kobashi
2001 - Mitsuharu Misawa (3)
2002 - Shinya Hashimoto





2002 Tag League Winners
TBD




1977 - Dory & Terry Funk
1978 - Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta
1979 - Dory & Terry Funk (2)
1980 - Giant Baba (2) & Jumbo Tsuruta (2)
1981 - Bruiser Brody & Jimmy Snuka
1982 - Dory & Terry Funk (3)
1983 - Bruiser Brody (2) & Stan Hansen
1984 - Jumbo Tsuruta (3) & Genichiro Tenryu
1985 - Stan Hansen (2) & Ted DiBiase
1986 - Jumbo Tsuruta (4) & Genichiro Tenryu (2)
1987 - Jumbo Tsuruta (5) & Yoshiaki Yatsu
1988 - Stan Hansen (3) & Terry Gordy
1989 - Stan Hansen (4) & Genichiro Tenryu (3)
1990 - Steve Williams & Terry Gordy (2)
1991 - Steve Williams (2) & Terry Gordy (3)
1992 - Mitsuharu Misawa & Toshiaki Kawada
1993 - Mitsuharu Misawa (2) & Kenta Kobashi
1994 - Mitsuharu Misawa (3) & Kenta Kobashi (2)
1995 - Mitsuharu Misawa (4) & Kenta Kobashi (3)
1996 - Toshiaki Kawada (2) & Akira Taue
1997 - Toshiaki Kawada (3) & Akira Taue (2)
1998 - Kenta Kobashi (4) & Jun Akiyama
1999 - Kenta Kobashi (5) & Jun Akiyama (2)
2001 - Eddie Guerrero & Rey Mysterio Jr.
2002 - TBD





2002 J-Grand Prix Winner
Koji Kanemoto



2002 - Koji Kanemoto


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Originally Posted by 2001
January
- AJPW New Year Giant Series - Night 1
- AJPW New Year Giant Series - Night 2
- Around The World Dirtsheet Report
- AJPW New Year Giant Series - Night 3
- AJPW New Year Giant Series - Final Night
- AJPW Excite Series - Night 1
- AJPW Excite Series - Night 2
- Around the World Dirtsheet Report
February
- AJPW Excite Series - Night 3
- AJPW Excite Series - Night 4
- AJPW Excite Series - Final Night
- Post-event Press Conference
- AJPW Jumbo Dream Series - Night 1
- AJPW Jumbo Dream Series - Night 2
- AJPW Jumbo Dream Series - Night 3
March
- AJPW Jumbo Dream Series - Final Night
- Post-event Press Conference
- AJPW Champion Carnival - Night 1
- AJPW Champion Carnival - Night 2
- AJPW Champion Carnival - Night 3
- AJPW Champion Carnival - Night 4
- AJPW Champion Carnival - Night 5
April
- AJPW Champion Carnival - Night 6
- AJPW Champion Carnival - Night 7
- AJPW Champion Carnival - Night 8
- AJPW Champion Carnival - Night 9
- AJPW Champion Carnival - Night 10
- AJPW Champion Carnival - Night 11
- AJPW Champion Carnival - Night 12
- AJPW Champion Carnival - Final Night
- Post-event Press Conference
May
- Around the World Dirtsheet Report
- AJPW Road to Egg Dome - Night 1
- AJPW Road to Egg Dome - Night 2
- AJPW Road to Egg Dome - Night 3
- AJPW Road to Egg Dome - Night 4
- Tokyo Dome Preview
- AJPW 28th Anniversary Show in Egg Dome
- Post-event Press Conference
June
- Around the World Dirtsheet Report
- AJPW Super Power Series - Night 1
- AJPW Super Power Series - Night 2
- AJPW Super Power Series - Night 3
- AJPW Super Power Series - Night 4
- AJPW Super Power Series - Final Night
- Post-event Press Conference
July
- Around the World Dirtsheet Report
- AJPW Dynamite! Series - Night 1
- AJPW Dynamite! Series - Night 2
- AJPW Dynamite! Series - Night 3
- AJPW Dynamite! Series - Night 4
- AJPW Dynamite! Series - Final Night
August
- Around the World Dirtsheet Report
- AJPW Summer Action Series - Night 1
- Mitsuharu Misawa 20th Anniversary Show
- AJPW Summer Action Series - Final Night
- Post-event Press Conference
September
- Around the World Dirtsheet Report
- AJPW Shockwave Series - Night 1
- AJPW Shockwave Series - Final Night
- Post-event Press Conference
October
- Around the World Dirtsheet Report
- AJPW October Giant Series - Night 1
- AJPW October Giant Series - Final Night
- Post-event Press Conference
November
- Around the World Dirtsheet Report
- AJPW Mega Battle Series - Night 2
- AJPW Mega Battle Series - Final Night
December
- Around the World Dirtsheet Report
- Pre-event Press Conference
- AJPW World's Strongest Tag Determination League - Night 1
- AJPW World's Strongest Tag Determination League - Night 2
- AJPW World's Strongest Tag Determination League - Night 3
- AJPW World's Strongest Tag Determination League - Night 4
- AJPW World's Strongest Tag Determination League - Night 5
- AJPW World's Strongest Tag Determination League - Night 6
- AJPW World's Strongest Tag Determination League - Final Night
- Around the World Dirtsheet Report

- 2001 Year End Awards
- PWI 500
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Originally Posted by 2002
January
- AJPW New Year Giant Series - Night 1
- Press Conference
- AJPW New Year Giant Series - Final Night
- Around the World Dirtsheet Report
February
- Previously on AJPW 2001 A King's Road Odyssey
- New PWF President Announced
- AJPW Excite Series - Final Night
- Around The World Dirtsheet Report
- Tokyo Sports Interview: Wild II
- Press Conference
March
- AJPW Sunset Series - Final Night: Stan Hansen's Retirement Ceremony
- Tokyo Sports Interview: Genichiro Tenryu
- Champion Carnival Announcement
- AJPW Champion Carnival - Night 1
- AJPW Champion Carnival - Night 2
- AJPW Champion Carnival - Night 3
- AJPW Champion Carnival - Night 4
- AJPW Champion Carnival - Night 5
- AJPW Champion Carnival - Night 6
- AJPW Champion Carnival - Night 7
April
- Tokyo Sports Interview: Misawa Slams AJPW Fans!
- Around The World Dirtsheet Report
- AJPW Champion Carnival - Night 8
- AJPW Champion Carnival - Night 9
- AJPW Champion Carnival - Night 10
- AJPW Champion Carnival - Night 11
- AJPW Champion Carnival - Night 12
- AJPW Champion Carnival - Night 13
- AJPW Champion Carnival - Night 14
- AJPW Champion Carnival - Night 15
- AJPW Champion Carnival - Night 16
- AJPW Champion Carnival - Night 17
May
- Around The World Dirtsheet Report
- AJPW Road to Egg Dome - Night 1 & Night 2
- AJPW Road to Egg Dome - Night 3 & Night 4
- AJPW Road to Egg Dome - Night 5
- AJPW 29th Anniversary: Showdown in the Egg Dome
June
- Around The World Dirtsheet Report
- AJPW Super Power Series - Night 1
- AJPW Super Power Series - Night 2, Night 3, & Night 4
- AJPW Super Power Series - Final Night
July
- Around the World Dirtsheet Report
- J-Grand Prix Press Conference & Preview
- 2002 J-Grand Prix
- AJPW Dynamite! Series - Night 1
- AJPW Dynamite! Series - Night 2, Night 3, & Night 4
- AJPW Dynamite! Series - Final Night
August
- Around the World Dirtsheet Report
- Tokyo Sport: Takayama/Frye Coverage
- Tokyo Sport: Kensuke Interview
- AJPW Summer Action Series - Night 1
- AJPW Summer Action Series, Night 2, Night 3, & Night 4
- AJPW Summer Action Series - Final Night

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AJPW New Year Giant Series Tag 1 in Koruaken Hall
Date: Week 1 - January 2001
Location: Korakuen Hall
Attendance: 2,005 SUPER NO VACANCY!!!
Rating: B Overall

It is announced that as a result of all championships being vacated back in June, there will be tournaments held to crown all new champions.
The Triple Crown Heavyweight Championship will be decided in an 8-man single elimination tournament with the winner being crowned on the final night of the New Year Giant Series in 2-weeks at Nippon Budokan:



Taiyo Kea & Naomichi Marufuji defeated Takashi Segiura & Kenta Kobayashi (C- Rating)

Mitsuharu Misawa, Yoshinari Ogawa, & Masahito Kakihara defeated Yoshihiro Takayama, Takao Omori, & Takeshi Morishima (C+ Rating)

Holy Demon Army (Toshiaki Kawada & Akira Taue) defeated Dr. Death Steve Williams & Mike Barton (B Rating)

January 2 Korakuen Hall Heavyweight Battle Royal
Mitsuharu Misawa won by last eliminating Akira Taue (B+ Rating)
**Post match Misawa thanks all of the fans for staying by AJPW during their hiatus.**


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- Triple Crown QuarterFinal: Mitsuharu Misawa vs. Yoshihiro Takayama
- Triple Crown QuarterFinal: Toshiaki Kawada vs. Steve Williams
- Jun Akiyama & Vader vs. Hiroshi Hase & Akira Taue
- Masahito Kakihara & Takashi Sugiura vs. Takeshi Rikio & Takeshi Morishima
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- Triple Crown QuarterFinal: Mitsuharu Misawa vs. Yoshihiro Takayama
- Triple Crown QuarterFinal: Toshiaki Kawada vs. Steve Williams
- Jun Akiyama & Vader vs. Hiroshi Hase & Akira Taue
- Masahito Kakihara & Takashi Sugiura vs. Takeshi Rikio & Takeshi Morishima
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- Triple Crown QuarterFinal: Mitsuharu Misawa vs. Yoshihiro Takayama
- Triple Crown QuarterFinal: Toshiaki Kawada vs. Steve Williams
- Jun Akiyama & Vader vs. Hiroshi Hase & Akira Taue
- Masahito Kakihara & Takashi Sugiura vs. Takeshi Rikio & Takeshi Morishima
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Interesting. I've been playing around with the idea of a Genchiro Tenryu AJPW 2001 game when my computer got fixed. That said, not sure why you went with the roundabout of everyone staying. Why not just have Mrs. Baba sell outright to Misawa and friends and no threat of exodus?

- Triple Crown QuarterFinal: Mitsuharu Misawa vs. Yoshihiro Takayama
- Triple Crown QuarterFinal: Toshiaki Kawada vs. Steve Williams
- Jun Akiyama & Vader vs. Hiroshi Hase & Akira Taue
- Masahito Kakihara & Takashi Sugiura vs. Takeshi Rikio & Takeshi Morishima
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Interesting. I've been playing around with the idea of a Genchiro Tenryu AJPW 2001 game when my computer got fixed. That said, not sure why you went with the roundabout of everyone staying. Why not just have Mrs. Baba sell outright to Misawa and friends and no threat of exodus?
tbh I always wanted to do a AJPW 2000 save where the exodus never happened, but the closest available mod out there started in January 2001

So in order to explain the 6-month gap between June 2000 and January 2001, I thought I'd get a little creative and hopefully come up with a backstory that is semi logical and makes some sense.
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All Japan on Nippon: New Year Giant Series - Tag 2
Date: Week 1 - January 2001
Location: Kobe World Hall
Attendance: 7,828 NO VACANCY!
TV Rating: 4.02
Show Rating: B Overall

Takeshi Rikio & Takeshi Morishima defeated Masahito Kakihara & Takashi Sugiura (C Rating)

Akira Taue & Hiroshi Hase
defeated Jun Akiyama & Vader (B- Rating)

Triple Crown Tournament QuarterFinal
Toshiaki Kawada defeated Dr. Death Steve Williams to advance in the Triple Crown Tournament (B Rating)

Triple Crown Tournament QuarterFinal
Yoshihiro Takayama defeated Mitsuharu Misawa to advance in the Triple Crown Tournament (B Rating)
**Post: The fans are gobsmacked! Takayama stands tall over the fallen Misawa as he has picked up a monumental win and the biggest of his career**

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All Japan on Nippon: New Year Giant Series - Tag 3
- Triple Crown QuarterFinal: Jun Akiyama vs. Hiroshi Hase
- Triple Crown QuarterFinal: Akira Taue vs. Vader
- Tamon Honda & Masao Inoue vs. Mitsuharu Misawa & Yoshinari Ogawa
- Taiyo Kea, Takao Omori, & Yoshinobu Kanemaru vs. George Hines, Mike Barton, & Scorpio
- Masanobu Fuchi, Tsuyoshi Kikuchi, & Haruka Eigen vs. Daisuke Ikeda, Takeshi Rikio, Takeshi Morishima

Pick'em Results:
2/4 - ImWreck
2/4 - joemurphy
1/4 - Hashasheen

Thanks a bunch for reading, lads! Still trying to figure things out like when to do write ups, pacing and formatting (joemurphy your NJPW Dynasty aesthetic has been an inspiration lel). I'm running a regular schedule and just using my TV show as a part of my figurative tours. For things like Tag League and Champion Carnival, I'll run more events in addition to the TV show.
I figure I'll try to encourage predictions for these first few regular shows because of the Tournaments, but maybe then just focus on it for events idk any tips and critiques are much appreciated
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- Triple Crown QuarterFinal: Jun Akiyama vs. Hiroshi Hase
- Triple Crown QuarterFinal: Akira Taue vs. Vader
- Tamon Honda & Masao Inoue vs. Mitsuharu Misawa & Yoshinari Ogawa
- Taiyo Kea, Takao Omori, & Yoshinobu Kanemaru vs. George Hines, Mike Barton, & Scorpio
- Masanobu Fuchi, Tsuyoshi Kikuchi, & Haruka Eigen vs. Daisuke Ikeda, Takeshi Rikio, Takeshi Morishima
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All Japan on Nippon: New Year Giant Series - Tag 3
- Triple Crown QuarterFinal: Jun Akiyama vs. Hiroshi Hase
- Triple Crown QuarterFinal: Akira Taue vs. Vader
- Tamon Honda & Masao Inoue vs. Mitsuharu Misawa & Yoshinari Ogawa
- Taiyo Kea, Takao Omori, & Yoshinobu Kanemaru vs. George Hines, Mike Barton, & Scorpio
- Masanobu Fuchi, Tsuyoshi Kikuchi, & Haruka Eigen vs. Daisuke Ikeda, Takeshi Rikio, Takeshi Morishima

Love the background story and it's one of the most interesting parts of modern Puroresu history (NOAH stuff)
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World Report: Transactions & Rumors
January 2001 v1.0


Signings
signed Scott Hall
signed Curt Hennig
signed Genichiro Tenryu
signed Yoshiaki Fujiwara
signed Yoji Anjo

Releases
released Lance Storm
released Mike Awesome
released Dustin Rhodes
released Konnan
released Rey Mysterio, Jr.
released Kidman
released Fit Finlay
released Stacy Keibler

Rumors
- WWF and NJPW are very interested in signing Vader away from AJPW. AJPW are trying to keep him, but may be weary of giving him a long term deal due to his age. WWF are reportedly offering Vader a 4-year contract worth $20,000 per month.
- AJPW are rumored to be lining up contract offers to a couple of wrestlers recently released from WCW.

Top Title Changes

Yuji Nagata won the IWGP Heavyweight Championship from Kensuke Sasaki
Tommy Dreamer won the ECW Heavyweight Championship from Justin Credible

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All Japan on Nippon: New Year Giant Series - Tag 3
- Triple Crown QuarterFinal: Jun Akiyama vs. Hiroshi Hase
- Triple Crown QuarterFinal: Akira Taue vs. Vader
- Tamon Honda & Masao Inoue vs. Mitsuharu Misawa & Yoshinari Ogawa
- Taiyo Kea, Takao Omori, & Yoshinobu Kanemaru vs. George Hines, Mike Barton, & Scorpio
- Masanobu Fuchi, Tsuyoshi Kikuchi, & Haruka Eigen vs. Daisuke Ikeda, Takeshi Rikio, Takeshi Morishima
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- Triple Crown QuarterFinal: Jun Akiyama vs. Hiroshi Hase
- Triple Crown QuarterFinal: Akira Taue vs. Vader
- Tamon Honda & Masao Inoue vs. Mitsuharu Misawa & Yoshinari Ogawa
- Taiyo Kea, Takao Omori, & Yoshinobu Kanemaru vs. George Hines, Mike Barton, & Scorpio
- Masanobu Fuchi, Tsuyoshi Kikuchi, & Haruka Eigen vs. Daisuke Ikeda, Takeshi Rikio, Takeshi Morishima

If WWF are offering Vader more than you want to pay, Mike Awesome would be a decent replacement. My favourite TEW save was a 1998 AJPW one and Awesome was perfect for the UM role until 2002/3ish.

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All Japan on Nippon: New Year Giant Series - Tag 3
Date: Week 2 - January 2001
Location: Minase Village Tokoton Camp
Attendance: 6,200 SUPER NO VACANCY!!!
TV Rating: 3.97
Show Rating: B Overall

Daisuke Ikeda, Takeshi Morishima, & Takeshi Rikio defeated Masanobu Fuchi, Tsuyoshi Kikuchi, & Haruka Eigen (C Rating)

Taiyo Kea, Takao Omori, & Yoshinobu Kanemaru defeated George Hines, Mike Barton, & Scorpio (C+ Rating)

Mitsuharu Misawa & Yoshinari Ogawa defeated Tamon Honda & Masao Inoue (B Rating)

Triple Crown Tournament QuarterFinal
Akira Taue
defeated Vader to advance in the Triple Crown Tournament (B- Rating)

Triple Crown Tournament QuarterFinal
Jun Akiyama
defeated Hiroshi Hase to advance in the Triple Crown Tournament (B Rating)

**Updated Bracket**
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Pick'em Results:
4/5 - joemurphy
4/5 - DREAM~!
4/5 - DGenerationMC
3/5 - Destiny

Thanks for predicting and reading, lads! Any comments, criticisms etc are welcome!
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