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Tokyo, Japan, January 1987.

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"To hell with you too!"
I slammed down the phone and took a sip of my whiskey. Neat. I then picked up a pen and crossed a line through yet another promotion I wouldn't be working for again. No way am I earning money for that jackass Inoki a second longer! Giant Baba had given me his blessing for a return to All Japan, but I thought it would be best for both of us if I didn't. It wasn't long before I was visited by a friend of mine, Akira Maeda. Maeda himself had a falling out with Inoki just as I did and he too didn't want to go to All Japan so he proposed an idea.

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"Riki, have you ever thought about going against All Japan and New Japan? I wouldn't feel bad at all if I could put Inoko out of business and wipe off that smug smile."

"The thought had crossed my mind, but..."

"But what? Don't tell me you're scared? We have a real opportunity to change the face of Japanese wrestling, doesn't that excite you?!"

"No. I mean, well, of course, it does... I'm thinking about early retirement, walk away from this business, you know?"

"The great Riki Choshu? Walking away from wrestling? Bah! I don't believe it! Listen, we've only ever been in this business for other people. Let's be in it for ourselves for once and not only create something great but earn ourselves a boatload of cash in the process. If you aren't in Riki, I'll do it myself, believe me."

I sighed, "Ok. Fine Akira. I'm in. But this isn't going to be easy... We're going to have to start from the bottom, just like everyone else. Are you prepared for that?"

"Of course, Riki! I know it's not going to be easy but our star power and money we've earned already should be enough to get us started. But let's worry about all this tomorrow! Tonight Riki, we celebrate. The future of Japanese Wrestling is on its way!"


Over the next two months, I and Maeda started the planning for our very own wrestling promotion. It took us a while just for us to agree on a name, finally settling on Tokyo Pro Wrestling. We then started to scout a few young and upcoming local Japanese wrestlers who had not yet been swooped up by the powerhouses of AJPW and NJPW. We knew we had to keep our roster small to start with to avoid going under early, agreeing for one of us to act as a road agent for each match and limiting ourselves to one referee for each show. We only planned to run one show a month for now anyway, just to get started. I didn't want to just work with Japanese talent though. I was determined to bring in a gaijin. Maeda was originally against it but after personally vouching for a gaijin I had worked with once he finally came around.

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"So... Riki... When did you say this Tom Magee is flying over to Tokyo to see us?"



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Welcome all, to my new dynasty idea, The Riki & Maeda Tale: The Mega-Man Project. A local to global journal about taking over AJPW and NJPW as the #1 Fed in Japan and uh, making 'Mega-Man' Tom Magee a star in the process!

I'm not familiar with too much about wrestling in Japan in the 80s so this should be fun! One thing I'm aware of Riki and Maeda was not in fact friends, at least during this period so, I guess this is a little look if they both put egos aside and worked together? Who knows, we may get a little power struggle between the two at some point...

I hope you all stay tuned and enjoy, this is something I am very much looking forward to writing. I will also be using the Superfly Effect Mod for this.
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Monday, March 2nd, 1987

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An inside source has informed me that two of the hottest names on the Japanese wrestling scene Riki Choshu and Akira Maeda have officially opened up their very own wrestling promotion named Tokyo Pro Wrestling! This has come to a surprise to many here in the wrestling business, leaving many of us bewildered, with one leading analyst being heard to remark 'what the **** just happened?! I can't wait to find out to just how far these two Japanese icons can take this new promotion. Rumour has it they're already looking for new talent to bring this new company forward. But with their reported first signing being Tom Magee, things aren't looking too hot for Tokyo Pro Wrestling already, without yet even running a single show!
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News broke out sooner than expected about the debut of our new promotion. Probably no surprise on how that news broke out when I'm dealing with a loudmouth like Akira... The past few days have been busy, with around 250,000 dollars at our disposal myself and Akira got busy and started bringing in new talent for our new promotion. Problem was, however, a lot of the Japanese talent were already grabbed up by All Japan and New Japan. We just patiently waited to hear back from the names we had contacted in the hopes of getting this company ready to run its first event. With Tom Magee, all signed up and ready, I am hoping to prove his true worth and make him our first world champion. Maeda is against that idea so far but... I'm sure he'll come around.

Tuesday, March 3rd, 1987

Maeda throws today's edition of the Asahi Shimbun across the room angrily.

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"That is a disgrace."

"What's up?" I ask as I pick up the newspaper off the ground and see for myself. "Oh..."

"That son of a bitch is trying to ruin our industry, Riki!"

"I know, I know... Don't worry, we'll be fine." Honestly... even I didn't know if we would be fine. Satoru Sayama published a book named 'Kayfabe' which is continuing to send shockwaves through Japan, exposing the business as a huge work. If kayfabe isn't dead already it'll sure be in its dying days now... Gee, sure picked a good time to get started with my own promotion.
In other news today, New Japan got started on there newest tour. I didn't attend the show but I heard it was nothing special. The only thing worthwhile to note I guess was Mr Pogo and Kendo Nagasaki winning the IWGP Tag team titles. Good job.

Wednesday, March 4th, 1987

No good news on any signings yet. I heard from Umanosuke Ueda and Rocky Hata though, two of the names we were looking to bring in... They've had some interest from All Japan. Don't see them coming to us anytime soon then. Maeda was furious! We signed our official referee though for our events, a young ref named Go Ito. A fairly good referee who'll surely do well here.

Thursday, March 5th, 1987

Much better news for myself, Maeda and Tokyo Pro Wrestling today! We've managed to secure a few Gajin names to join us. The lack of Japanese talent for us to get our hands on is a shame but I'm happy with these pick-ups. Vic Steamboat is the first of the signings, the half brother of Ricky. He may not be as talented as his brother but he is still a fairly decent worker. I'm looking to see how he does for us. The next signings were two brothers Joe and Dean Malenko. Maeda has seen these two work before and believes their top mat work would fit right in with what we're trying to do here. The next signing was a young Mexican wrestler who goes by the name of 'Stuka.' Maeda said it may be a good idea to keep a mask on him and change his name with something with more of a... Asian twist to it. Wouldn't hurt for the fans to believe we have more Japanese talent then we actually have. I wanted to have a sit down with him to really go through our options. But unfortunately, Maeda decided to go ahead and do it without me, assigning the name 'Ninja Warrior' to Stuka. Not the name I would've chosen but, meh. The last signing we made today was a young man from Canada by the name of Brian Pillman. A gifted talent who fell right into our hands. Maeda and I decided to put Pillman under a mask too. He'll be working as 'The Yellow Dog' for the time being. Successful day for us here at Tokyo Pro Wrestling!

New Japan ran another show today too on their tour. I heard Masa Saito defeated Masahiro Chono to crown the first IWGP Heavyweight champion. I bet Chono wasn't too happy with that. Maeda is confident that if he was still at the promotion he would be the one being crowned the first champion instead. Yeah right.

Friday, March 6th, 1987

I and Maeda eventually agreed we may need some extra help running things around here, but with a lot of bridges burnt we weren't sure who to turn to. Tom Magee was actually the one to recommend Mr Hito who he once met when training at the dungeon. Hito flew over to Tokyo today and agreed to work alongside us. Today we also managed to bring in some more talent. Starting with Isao Takagi. A former sumo wrestler looking to get started in wrestling. We were more than happy to give him that opportunity here. Along with Takagi we brought in two other gifted young workers who won't be sticking around for long but will surely make a good impact in their short time. A young man named Chris Benoit and his friend, Eddie Guerrero of the famous Guerrero family. I was more than happy to let both of them compete without masks but Benoit opted to wrestle under his mask persona, Pegasus Kid. We proudly confirmed a date for our first ever event too! Monday, 9th of March, Tokyo Pro Wrestling will debut a New Beginning. I would be lying if I said I wasn't nervous, but I sure am looking forward to it.

Go Ito attended All Japans recent show too and informed us what went on. He said it was a pretty boring show with the only highlight being Kakuryu defeating DiBiase & Hansen to retain their NWA International Tag belts. He also noted that despite his age, Billy Robinson is still impressive.

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In Bizzare news today, Yoshiaki Yatsu has been attempting to compete in the upcoming Olympic Games. Unfortunately for Yatsu though, the International Olympic Committee has declared that Yatsu is a professional athlete and have therefore banned him for the 1988 Summer Olympics but also the Asian Wrestling Championships, an event he was currently believed to be training for already. This has left many people stunned, even myself, but Yatsu is believed to not be too disheartened about this and has opted not to appeal the decision
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Saturday, March 7th, 1987

Akira Maeda went out and personally recruited two Japanese names to join our new promotion. The first being Kazuo Yamazaki. Maeda said Yamazaki has a similar style to that of his own so it'll be interesting to see how he does, I hope this doesn't mean any trouble in the ring like Maeda would tend to cause... The next signing is Shinji Sasazaki. He may have a great look to him but his in-ring work could do with some improvements. He sure as hell was athletic though. He has said he is going to finish up his dates with All Japan and then join us in a week, so he'll miss our first event but that's fine.

Sunday, March 8th, 1987

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"Only one more day. Do you think we're ready?" I ask.

"Of course we are Riki! Trust me, in the next few years, we're going to be the biggest promotion in Japan. I can easily bet on that."

"I hope so... The match cards looking good already too. Have you given some thought to putting over Magee in the first main event?

"Still determined to give the world title to him first, huh? Listen, I've been thinking and I don't think he's ready. I think I should go over."

"But I--"

"No buts Riki. We're in business together so we need to do what's best for business. Magee isn't ready."

"I've already made a promise to Magee. And we're going to honour that."

"Hmm... If you say so."

Great. This business relationship is off to a great start already...
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TOKYO PRO WRESTLING: NEW BEGINNINGS MATCH PREDICTIONS:

- Akira Maeda vs. Tom Magee (TPW World Heavyweight Championship match)

- The Malenkos vs. Ninja Warrior & The Yellow Dog

- Eddie Guerrero vs. Pegasus Kid

- Isao Takagi vs. Vic Steamboat

- Riki Choshu vs. Kazuo Yamazaki
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- Akira Maeda vs. Tom Magee (TPW World Heavyweight Championship match)

- The Malenkos vs. Ninja Warrior & The Yellow Dog

- Eddie Guerrero vs. Pegasus Kid

- Isao Takagi vs. Vic Steamboat

- Riki Choshu vs. Kazuo Yamazaki
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- Akira Maeda vs. Tom Magee (TPW World Heavyweight Championship match)

- The Malenkos vs. Ninja Warrior & The Yellow Dog

- Eddie Guerrero vs. Pegasus Kid

- Isao Takagi vs. Vic Steamboat

- Riki Choshu vs. Kazuo Yamazaki
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I have an issue when positioning images. Could someone who could help PM me please so I can explain in more detail? Hoping to get it fixed by the time I post my first event which will be going up Thursday night.

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TOKYO PRO WRESTLING: NEW BEGINNINGS MATCH PREDICTIONS:

- Akira Maeda vs. Tom Magee (TPW World Heavyweight Championship match)

- The Malenkos vs. Ninja Warrior & The Yellow Dog

- Eddie Guerrero vs. Pegasus Kid

- Isao Takagi vs. Vic Steamboat

- Riki Choshu vs. Kazuo Yamazak
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- Akira Maeda vs. Tom Magee (TPW World Heavyweight Championship match)

- The Malenkos vs. Ninja Warrior & The Yellow Dog

- Eddie Guerrero vs. Pegasus Kid

- Isao Takagi vs. Vic Steamboat

- Riki Choshu vs. Kazuo Yamazak
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- Akira Maeda vs. Tom Magee (TPW World Heavyweight Championship match)

- The Malenkos vs. Ninja Warrior & The Yellow Dog

- Eddie Guerrero vs. Pegasus Kid

- Isao Takagi vs. Vic Steamboat

- Riki Choshu vs. Kazuo Yamazak
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- Akira Maeda vs. Tom Magee (TPW World Heavyweight Championship match)

- The Malenkos vs. Ninja Warrior & The Yellow Dog

- Eddie Guerrero vs. Pegasus Kid

- Isao Takagi vs. Vic Steamboat

- Riki Choshu vs. Kazuo Yamazaki
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Today was finally the day. The first event in Tokyo Pro Wrestling history. I poked my head through the curtain and counted the heads. Roughly 60 people. Is that it? I was still nervous despite the low attendance and I don't know why... I've performed in front of thousands of people. I've been in the main event at the sumo hall but for some reason, this seems more of an achievement than those things. I take a deep breath, it's time for the new beginning.


9th of March 1987


From the SPWF Dojo in Chiba, Japan


Attendance: 63



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Riki Choshu vs. Kazuo Yamazaki

The first ever match in Tokyo Pro Wrestling history had begun. Myself against Kazuo Yamazaki. I think the crowd (albeit, a very small crowd) were happy to see recognizable names to get this show started. The action was strong and intense, just the thing us here at TPW was looking to do to continue to make wrestling look like a legitimate sport, especially after the recent Tiger Mask scandal. Neither of us seemed off our game and I'm sure the fans ate up the fact that Kazuo Yamazaki was an MMA badass. I think to many peoples surprises, I put Yamazaki over, with the match ending just after fifteen minutes with a Crucifix Armbar.

77, B
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Isao Takagi vs. Vic Steamboat


The second match on the card pitted former sumo wrestler Isao Takagi taking on the considerably smaller Vic Steamboat. This match was the shortest match on the debut event but still had decent wrestling. Takagi certainly impressed, making the transition from sumo to professional wrestling well, and Vic Steamboat at times shown moments of his half brother, Ricky. But he still has a long way to go. This intense match ended with a beautiful Arashi Driver from Isao Takagi to put this one to rest.

33, E+
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Eddie Guerrero vs. Pegasus Kid

Before this match, I told both of these youngsters to just go out and steal the show and oh, boy they did just that! The match had a lot of back and forth action and both men showed great athleticism. At one point Pegasus Kid got to the top rope and attempted a diving headbutt but Eddie Guerrero rolled out the way so Pegasus Kids head went right into the canvas which made me flinch up backstage. Thankfully after the match, he was fine but that kid needs to be careful, I don't want a gifted talent like himself damaging his head. Guerrero failed to capitalize off Pegasus Kids miss though. Despite locking in a figure-four lock, Pegasus Kid managed to escape and eventually hit Guerrero with three dragon suplexes in a row which surely finished Guerrero off! A victory for Pegasus Kid on the debut show here at Tokyo Pro Wrestling.

63, C
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Dean & Joe Malenko vs. Ninja Warrior & Yellow Dog


The Semi-Main event featured over 20 minutes of tag action. The Malenko Brothers who I've had the pleasure of meeting before put on an amazing performance, Dean, in particular, their mat based wrestling made me think they may be some of the best technical wrestlers in the world today! This match was my favorite of the night which is saying something considering what I had seen between Eddie and Pegasus Kid but this amazing tag team mix of mat based wrestling from The Malenkos against the fast-paced, high flying action of Ninja Warrior and The Yellow Dog was tremendous. Ninja Warrior definitely was the weak link though and at times you could see he was struggling to keep up with everyone else in this match. In the end, Dean Malenko forced Ninja Warrior down and made him tap to the Texas Cloverleaf.

58, C-
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Before the main event 'Mega-Man' Tom Magee made his way to the ring to speak to those in attendance at the show.

"I would like to thank everyone who came tonight to celebrate the birth of TPW with us. I would also like to show my utmost gratitude to return to wrestling in Japan. Japan has always been my true second home and I plan to stay here for many years to come, but first. I'm going to win myself a--"

Akira Maeda starts making his way to the ring and cuts Magee off and tells the ref to just ring the bell and get this match over with.

Tom Magee didn't look so good out there cutting that promo. Maybe because he isn't a natural on the mic just yet, his basic Japanese or just nerves. Either way, Akira breaking up the promo was a blessing in disguise and helped cement himself well as a heel early on.

48, D+
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Akira Maeda vs. Tom Magee

TPW World Heavyweight Championship


The main event did not fail to perform as well! Akira Maeda at times probably seemed stiff but shouldn't be surprised with that at this point, but it could also be because of some of Tom Magee's obvious mistakes, Maeda definitely carried this match and his performance really stood out. But still, he landed himself in hot water for going back on our decision and changing the finish of the match! Magee who was expected to go over ended up tapping out to Maeda's cross arm breaker instead. Akira Maeda is our first Tokyo Pro Wrestling World Heavyweight Champion!

62, C
FINAL SHOW RATING: 63, C

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After the main event, Tom Magee came through the curtains well so I patted him on the back and wished him well. And then Maeda soon followed.

"What the f**k was that?"

"What?"

"You know what, Maeda. That isn't what we agreed on."


Akira pats the world title lying over his shoulder, "Riki. This is what's best for business"

I sigh as Maeda walks off. I can't say I'm surprised he pulled something like this.
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Match Prediction Standings:

Unfortunately, no one scored the maximum 5 points available on this card! But here is the current standings!

1) Powerbrock100: 4 Points
2) siah463: 3 Points
2) RyanR93WKU: 3 Points
2) Munit: 3 Points
2) Jmike: 3 Points



Big thank you as well to Togg who helped me with image issues I was having along with some suggestions to make the organizing for writing a diary much easier!
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Would appreciate some constructive feedback on the diary so far? Anything that could do with improving etc? This is my first real go at a serious diary so all feedback is welcome so I can keep improving. Will try and make a post at least every one-two days.
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10th of March 1987:


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Last night the newest wrestling promotion in Japan, Tokyo Pro Wrestling hosted their first ever event, appropriately titled "New Beginning." Having been interested in what this promotion could offer I can say I was left impressed. After asking some of the other attendees post-event the feedback for New Beginning has been extremely positive. A great start for them, it will be good to see how well they fare at their next show in a months time.
I put down the magazine and smile to myself. I, Akira and the boys have gotten off to a good start. I'm confident we can deliver again in a months time...


Later that day...

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After around four rings of the phone, Maeda finally decides to answer it,

"Yeah?" Maeda says rather rudely.

"Who do you think you are ringing us? Go to hell you piece of shi-"

I quickly grab the phone from Maeda before he can finish his sentence, "Who is this?"

"Riki? I just wanted to say well done on your first show. I've just read the rather small article about it, almost missed it."

It was Antonio Inoki... "Plenty more where that came from Inoki, I can ensure you."

Inoki laughs, "Yeah, right. Well anyway, the reason why I called. Do you really think you can compete against us? Hell, you think you can compete against All-Japan too? I didn't realize you were so stupid. I'd expect as much from that hothead Akira, but you?"

"With all respect Inoki, this isn't about competing. We're just offering... An alternative."

"Well, I hope no one gets too used to this so-called 'alternative.' I'm predicting you'll be out by the end of the year. Clocks ticking, Riki."

I shook my head, "Yeah, right. Bye Inoki." I hung up the phone and made my way back to my seat without saying a word. In-fact, Maeda spoke for both of us. "What a piece of s**t"
11th of March 1987:

Today myself, Akira and Mr. Hito finished the plans for our next event which is scheduled for the 8th of April. We didn't go too fancy on the name of the event. Just something that stood out. 'The Next One.' We added two new signings as well. Rocky Hata and Umanosuke Ueda. I wasn't planning for them to sign for us but they have decided to balance their time between us and All-Japan. They won't wrestle on our next event but they'll sure as hell going to make a huge bang.

I get a knock at my door and Tom Magee enters,

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"Hey, Mega-Man! Can I help you with something?"

"Yeah, actually you can. I didn't want to mention it on the day but... What happened? I thought I was going over, then halfway through the match, Akira tells me that you guys agreed on a change?"

"Eh yeah... That was all Akira. I'm sorry about that but I promise you, I still plan to make you our star."

"Honestly Riki? I'm glad that happened."

"What?"

"Yeah... Like even after my promo I didn't really connect with the fans you know? You can't have someone who can barely speak the language the face of the 'next big thing' In Japan, you understand where I'm coming from?"

I sit up in my chair, "I mean, yeah... But--"

"No buts, man. I'll be the first to admit I have a long way to go. Everywhere I've worked have tried to rush me in. Don't make the same mistake here, okay? When I'm ready, we'll both know."

I wasn't sure if I should respect his honesty or be disappointed that he doesn't believe in himself... "Okay, Mega-Man. Sure. Is that all?" I think Tom could sense the disappointment in my voice, oops.

"No, that's all boss. I'll see you soon." We shook hands then Tom left. Looks like I better get used to a long Akira reign in the meantime then...
1st of April 1987:

As I sat and waited, the wrestling business went by. Patiently waiting for the 8th of April to hit. I was raring to go on our next show. I and Akira agreed to sign just one more person, for now, to avoid going into the red. This person is named Akira Katayama who graduated from New Japan dojo but opted not to sign him. Well if they don't want to give him a chance, guess we will. But honestly, it'll most likely be the one who will put me in the red, deciding to pay himself 34k a month now from our expenses... One of our last signings, Shinji Sasazaki had surprisingly left All-Japan to just work with us exclusively. I'm looking forward to seeing what he can do for us. Mr. Hito and our referee Go Ito would often attend both New Japan and All Japan shows respectively just to keep an eye on anything major that may have happened. They both hosted some great events I've been told, with only some of there tour shows being average at best. Kendo Nagasaki and Mr. Pogo have dropped the IWGP Tag titles already though, to Steve Williams and.. Antonio Inoki. No title changes over in All-Japan at the moment though. But Mr. Hito told me that a match featuring DiBiase and Hansen defending the PWF Tag titles against Tiger Mask II and Dory Funk is already being called one of the greatest wrestling matches of all time.

I recently flew over to the states too to see what this big deal known as 'Wrestlemania' was about. I was familiar with sith of the names on the card, mainly Itsuki Yamazaki who got a win over Leilani Kai on the night. The card was pretty average if I do say so myself. But the main event featuring Andre The Giant defeated Roddy Piper to defend his world title was certainly a much better match than I expected.

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Possibly the most fantastic wrestling spectacle to grace the United States! 93, 173 people packed in the Pontiac Silverdome to see if Roddy Piper could dethrone the giant and finally take home the WWF World Heavyweight Championship. Wrestlemania may have possibly once again shaken the wrestling landscape and has shown why the World Wrestling Federation sits atop of the world of wrestling!
Only eight more days now until 'The Next One' takes place. Certainly not as nervous as I was when organizing the first event, but I'm already confident we'll be able to surpass what our first event has done.

I've recently just caught my eye on an article about our very own Tom Magee too which will surely (hopefully!) help increase attendance at our next event.

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Is Tom Magee on the rise? The former next wrestling superstar who failed to live up to those expectations is once again being singled out by some industry insiders as 'the one to watch.' One source, who wished to remain anonymous, said that he is 'loaded with potential' and just needs more experience and some breaks. Maybe Tokyo Pro Wrestling can be the one to finally help Tom Magee reach the level that was expected of him, time will tell!

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