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All Japan Pro Wrestling (オールジャパン・プロレスリング Ōru Japan Puroresuringu, originally 全日本プロレス Zen Nihon Puroresu) (AJPW/AJP) is a Japanese professional wrestling promotion established in 1972.

All Japan Pro Wrestling was once one of the most popular puroresu promotions still in operation, and although setbacks have beset the promotion in recent years, it has undertaken a comeback.

All Japan under Jun Akiyama (2014–present)


Jun Akiyama (秋山 準, born October 9, 1969) is a Japanese professional wrestler, currently working for All Japan Pro Wrestling (AJPW), where he is the president, representative director, co-head booker, and former two-time Triple Crown Heavyweight Champion.

On June 5, 2014, All Japan announced a corporate restructuring taking place on July 1, which would see Jun Akiyama take over as the promotion's new president. On July 1, the promotion announced another corporate name change to "All Japan Pro Wrestling kabushiki gaisha" (dropping the Japanese "Zen Nihon Puroresu" name), while also relocating its headquarters from Tokyo to Yokohama. Akiyama established a new company named Zen Nihon Puroresu Innovation, through which he will run the new All Japan Pro Wrestling. Akiyama also serves as the representative director of the promotion and reports to a board of directors, which most notably includes Suwama and Akebono. Motoko Baba also joined the promotion as a consultant.

On September 28, 2015, Go Shiozaki announced his resignation from All Japan. On November 2, it was announced that Akebono was also leaving All Japan with the goal of returning to mixed martial arts. On November 16, yet another wrestler, the reigning World Junior Heavyweight Champion Kotaro Suzuki, announced his departure from All Japan at the end of the month. Four days later, Yoshinobu Kanemaru also announced he would be leaving All Japan following December 15. Akiyama revealed that the departures were all for the same reason: All Japan had recently decided to change all of its wrestler contracts to pay-per-appearance contracts. In October 2016, the promotion announced it had reached a deal with satellite television provider Nippon BS Broadcasting for a monthly highlights show, Eleven, to be broadcast on the third Monday of each month. On November 27, 2016, the promotion returned to Ryōgoku Kokugikan for its first event at the venue in three years, headlined by Kento Miyahara defending the Triple Crown Heavyweight Championship against Suwama. Also as part of his new politics to help All Japan handle its schedule Akiyama has been forming partnerships with other promotions in Japan such as Big Japan Pro Wrestling (BJW), Dramatic Dream Team (DDT) and Wrestle-1 (W1), also contracting unaffiliated free agents for sporadic appearences.


"Mr. President" Jun Akiyama

The New Ace ~ Kento Miyahara

Kento Miyahara (宮原 健斗, born February 27, 1989) is a Japanese professional wrestler, currently signed to All Japan Pro Wrestling (AJPW). He was trained by Kensuke Sasaki and started his career in his Kensuke Office promotion in February 2008, before joining AJPW in January 2014. He won his first title, the All Asia Tag Team Championship, in August 2014. He has also held AJPW's World Tag Team Championship. In February 2016, Miyahara won AJPW's top title, the Triple Crown Heavyweight Championship, becoming the youngest winner of the title in the process. Currently he has successfully defended the championship eight times. Miyahara has been pointed as the New Ace of All Japan Pro-Wrestling since his consolidation as the Triple Crown Champion, blessed by Jun Akiyama's new management Myahara has been leading All Japan Pro-Wrestling to a new rise period that hopefully will bring the promotion back to it's glory days.


"The New Ace" Kento Miyahara

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~ Current Title Holders ~


AJPW Triple Crown

Kento Miyahara ~ 8 successful defenses since February 12, 2016.



AJPW World Junior Heavyweight

Hikaru Sato ~ 0 successful defenses since April 28, 2017.


AJPW World Tag Team

The Big Guns (Zeus & The Bodyguard) ~ 2 successful defenses since November 27, 2016.


AJPW GAORA TV

Jun Akiyama ~ 0 successful defenses since March 12, 2017.


AJPW All Asia Tag Team

Atsushi Onita & Masanobu Fuchi ~ 1 successful defense since November 27, 2016.

~ Tournament Winners ~


AJPW Champion Carnival
Shuji Ishikawa (2017)

AJPW Real World Tag League
Manabu Soya & Takao Omori (2016)

AJPW Royal Road Tournament
Suwama (2016)

AJPW Junior Battle of Glory
Koji Iwamoto (2017)

AJPW Junior Tag Battle of Glory
Atsushi Aoki & Hikaru Sato (2016)

~ AJPW Event Schedule ~


January: AJPW New Year Wars
February: AJPW Junior Battle of Glory
March: AJPW Dream Power Series / AJPW Junior Tag Battle of Glory
April: AJPW Champion Carnival
May: AJPW Super Power Series
June: AJPW Dynamite Series
July: AJPW Summer Action Series
August: AJPW Summer Explosion
September: AJPW Royal Road Tournament
October: AJPW Raising an Army Memorial Series
November: AJPW Giant Series
December: AJPW Real World Tag League

~ Core Roster ~


Main Eventers: Jun Akiyama, Kento Miyahara, Suwama.

Upper Midcarders: Atsushi Aoki, Daisuke Sekimoto, Joe Doering, Takao Omori, Zeus.

Midcarders: Hikaru Sato, Jiro Kuroshio, Kengo Mashimo, KENSO, SUSHI, Yohei Nakajima, Yuji Okabayashi, Yuko Miyamoto.

Lower Midcarders: Isami Kodaka, Jake Lee, Keisuke Ishii, Shigehiro Irie, Takeshi Minamino, The Bodyguard.

Openers: Koji Iwamoto, Naoya Nomura, Soma Takao, Yuma Aoyagi.

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I'll be the first to admit that I know very little about All Japan--but I'm pretty stoked to see an AJPW diary on here (mainly because it's so under served!)

That said, literally the one guy I know, Joe Doering (and his sweet Stan Hansen-light mustache) is not listed! Hopefully he'll be featured!
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Technical Information: I'm using the Real World Chronicles May 2017 update (http://www.greydogsoftware.com/forum...d.php?t=533463) by Fleisch, with some minor adjustments to make the game run smoother as I'm playing with AJPW. As I'm using a Real World mod, I'll be trying to keep things as realistic as possible with some minor turns to make it more fun for all of us.

The game started in May 2017, so I'll be reporting the save from this month and on. To make it more realistic as I'm playing with All Japan I'll be running Weekly events (with no broadcasting at first) which will be named after the tour for that respective month, at the end of each month there will be a "bigger" event which will finish the tour, this event will be broadcasted by the current broadcaster that I have a deal with.

Feel free to interact at any time with comments, suggestions, improvements or other things you would like to see.

I apologize in advance for my crappy English as it is not my first language

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I'll be the first to admit that I know very little about All Japan--but I'm pretty stoked to see an AJPW diary on here (mainly because it's so under served!)

That said, literally the one guy I know, Joe Doering (and his sweet Stan Hansen-light mustache) is not listed! Hopefully he'll be featured!
Haha, thanks man.

Joe Doering IS in the roster, he is listed as a "Personality", but I'll be using him as an active roster member for matches and all, he is one of my personal favorites! lol
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Oh my! AJPW Diary, I'll do all I can follow it
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Always a sucker for riches to rags back to riches stories. My fav to do with Football Manager (I'm looking at you Parma). Good luck with AJPW and it might improve my knowledge of the Japanese scene which is very limited.
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All Japan Pro-Wrestling ~ Press Conference May 2017


- The Press Conference started with the president of AJPW, Mr. Jun Akiyama welcoming the journalists and thanking their presence. Akiyama then introduced the Triple Crown Champion Kento Miyahara who would be available for questions.

- Akiyama announced that the AJPW Super Power Series 2017 will be taking place in following dates and locations: 5/2 (Kanto), 5/9 (Kanto), 5/16 (Kanto), 5/23 (Kanto) and 5/28 (Kanto).

- The winner of the 2017 edition of the Champion Carnival, Shuji Ishikawa will be challenging the current AJPW Triple Crown Champion, Kento Miyahara in the main event of the 5/28 show.

- All championships will be defended on the tour, on the 5/23 show the Evolution team formed by Joe Doering & Suwama will be facing Strong BJ (Daisuke Sekimoto & Yuji Okabayashi) to decide the #1 Contenders for the AJPW World Tag Team Championship.

- The All Japan Pro-Wrestling management is looking for talented wrestlers around the world to strengthen its roster, the promotion is back in talks with former partner Keiji Mutoh to bring Wrestle-1 talent for touring with All Japan.

- After finishing the announcements, Akiyama allows the reporters to start the interview with Kento Miyahara.

- Tokyo Sports journalist: Good morning Mr. Miyahara, how are you preparing to face your challenger, Shuji Ishikawa in the now confirmed main event for the Triple Crown Championship?

- Miyahara's answer: I have been preparing myself since I won the championship, as I think the Triple Crown champion should always be ready to face the biggest challenges that could come up, I defeated so far 7 men that tried to took this championship from me, some of them came close, but none could do it at the end, and on May 28th I'm confident that I will stand tall as the AJPW Triple Crown Champion.


As the press conference ends, All Japan's president Jun Akiyama
and Triple Crown Champion, Kento Miyahara stand together for a picture

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All Japan Pro-Wrestling "2017 Super Power Series Day 1" 5/2 @ Nitta Gymnasium Air Arena (1,182 people)

[1] Atsushi Onita & Masanobu Fuchi vs. Evolution (Joe Doering & Suwama)
Winner: Doering (7:49) with a Sitout Powerbomb on Fuchi ~ Grade: 52

[2] Team Dream Futures (Keisuke Ishii, Shigehiro Irie & Soma Takao) vs. Kengo Mashimo, KENSO & SUSHI
Winner: Irie (9:51) with a Spear on SUSHI ~ Grade: 39

[3] Atsushi Aoki & Yankee Two Kenju (Isami Kodaka & Yuko Miyamoto) vs. Billy Ken Kid, Hikaru Sato & Masao Inoue
Winner: Aoki (9:44) with a Spiral Poseidon on Hikaru Sato ~ Grade: 46

~ The former World Junior Heavyweight Champion Atsushi Aoki beats the current one Hikaru Sato.

[4] The Big Guns (Zeus & The Bodyguard) vs. NEXTREAM (Jake Lee & Naoya Nomura)
Winner: The Bodyguard (11:22) with a Powerslam on Nomura ~ Grade: 37

~ The Big Guns claim the victory over the NEXTREAM team and after the match Zeus grabs a microphone and say that the current AJPW World Tag Team Champions are ready to face whoever wins the #1 Contenders Match on 5/23.

[5] Kento Miyahara vs. Osamu Nishimura
Winner: Miyahara (12:07) with a Lariat ~ Grade: 63

[MAIN EVENT] Wild Burning (Jun Akiyama & Takao Omori) vs. Strong BJ (Daisuke Sekimoto & Yuji Okabayashi)
Winner: Sekimoto (15:29) with the High-angle Bridging German Suplex on Omori ~ Grade: 63

Show Rating: 61 [C]

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All Japan Pro-Wrestling "2017 Super Power Series Day 2" 5/9 @ Tochigi Cultural Center (1,360 people)

[1] NEXTREAM (Jake Lee, Naoya Nomura & Yuma Aoyagi) vs. Billy Ken Kid, Masao Inoue & Yutaka Yoshie
Winner: Nomura (6:16) with a submission on Billy Ken Kid ~ Grade: 45

~ NEXTREAM claims the victory against the veterans.

[2] Hayato Jr. Fujita & Yankee Two Kenju (Isami Kodaka & Yuko Miyamoto) & The Big Guns (Zeus & The Bodyguard) vs. Ikuto Hidaka, Jiro Kuroshio, Masanobu Fuchi, Osamu Nishimura & SUWA
Winner: Zeus (9:36) with a Jihad Argentine Backbreaker on Kuroshio ~ Grade: 50

[3] GET WILD (Manabu Soya & Takao Omori) vs. Magatsuki (Kengo Mashimo & Tank Nagai)
Winner: Soya (9:41) with a Cross Kneelock on Mashimo ~ Grade: 44

~ Manabu Soya returns to All Japan!!! The former 2 times All Asia Tag Team Champion, 2 times World Tag Team Champion and 2 times winner of the Real World Tag League is back with his long time partner Takao Omori.

[4] Jun Akiyama, KAI & Shotaro Ashino vs. Koji Iwamoto, SUSHI & Yohei Nakajima
Winner: Akiyama (11:28) with the Wrist-Clutch Fisherman's Buster on Nakajima ~ Grade: 55

~ Mr. President Jun Akiyama teams up with former All Japan superstar KAI and W-1's Shotaro Ashino to beat the team arranged by SUSHI.

[5] Atsushi Aoki vs. Ultimo Dragon
Winner: Aoki (13:04) with the Assault Point ~ Grade: 56

~ After defeating the legendary Ultimo Dragon, Atsushi Aoki grabs the microphone and challenges Hikaru Sato for the AJPW World Junior Heavyweight Championship on the 5/28 show, Sato comes out from the backstage and accepts the challenge!!!

[MAIN EVENT] Kento Miyahara & Evolution (Joe Doering & Suwama) vs. Shuji Ishikawa & Strong BJ (Daisuke Sekimoto & Yuji Okabayashi)
Winner: Ishikawa (15:28) with Chokeslam on Doering ~ Grade: 57

~ The Challenger Shuji Ishikawa teams up with Strong BJ of Daisuke Sekimoto & Yuji Okabayashi to beat the Triple Crown Champion, Kento Miyahara and Evolution (Joe Doering & Suwama), after the match is over Kento Miyahara stands on the center of the ring with the Triple Crown belt as Ishikawa comes to him and both stare at each other

Show Rating: 56 [C]

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Segment ratings would be nice. And at least some insight into the matches. No need for blow for blow but from booker perspective for instance like Dragonmack does in his. So the cursive stuff like here: http://www.greydogsoftware.com/forum...d.php?t=522554 . The pictures and the rest I can do without. Some backstage stuff would also be nice. Roster overview, with your thoughts, at some point also handy as I and I think others are quite unfamiliar with the talent.
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Segment ratings would be nice. And at least some insight into the matches. No need for blow for blow but from booker perspective for instance like Dragonmack does in his. So the cursive stuff like here: http://www.greydogsoftware.com/forum...d.php?t=522554 . The pictures and the rest I can do without. Some backstage stuff would also be nice. Roster overview, with your thoughts, at some point also handy as I and I think others are quite unfamiliar with the talent.
Hey man, thanks a lot for the feedback, I really appreciate it.

I will try finish the first tour and will be working on the posts that are already posted so people can find it more attractive to read, I admit my "book's cover" is not looking too good, thanks again.
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All Japan Pro-Wrestling "2017 Super Power Series Day 3" 5/16 @ Funabashi Movement Park Gym (2,402 people)

[1] Team Dream Futures (Keisuke Ishii, Shigehiro Irie & Soma Takao) vs. Billy Ken Kid, Yohei Nakajima & Yutaka Yoshie
Winner: Takao (7:01) with a Diving Guillotine Drop on Nakajima ~ Grade: 42

~ An opening match to lift up the crowd, the Team Dream Futures are climbing up the ranks with another victory over the more experienced trio.

[2] 10-Man Battle Royal ~ AJPW GAORA TV Championship #1 Contender's Match
(Jiro Kuroshio vs. Kengo Mashimo vs. KENSO vs. Koji Iwamoto vs. Masao Inoue vs. Osamu Nishimura vs. SUSHI vs. SUWA vs. Takeshi Minamino vs. Tang Nagai)
Winner: Osamu Nishimura (9:56) last eliminating KENSO ~ Grade: 51

~ Jun Akiyama came in earlier to announce the match.
~ Osamu Nishimura will face the champion, Jun Akiyama on 5/28.
~ Kengo Mashimo looked very strong as he got the most eliminations (4) over the course of the match.

[3] KAI & Hiroshi Yamato vs. Tokyo GURENTAI (MAZADA & NOSAWA Rongai)
Winner: Yamato (10:43) with a German Suplex on MAZADA ~ Grade: 56

~ Both KAI and Hiroshi Yamato begun their career on All Japan back in 2008, before leaving the promotion to Wrestle-1 in 2013, now they are back and ready to start off where they left. The freelance team of Tokyo GURENTAI lost the match, but vowed to stay strong.

[4] NEXTREAM (Kento Miyahara, Jake Lee, Naoya Nomura & Yuma Aoyiagi) vs. Daichi Hashimoto, Shuji Ishikawa & The Big Guns (Zeus & The Bodyguard)
Winner: Miyahara (11:10) with a Lariat on Hashimoto ~ Grade: 44

~ The NEXTREAM stable led by Triple Crown Champion, Kento Miyahara is full of potential, as Jake Lee, Nomura and Aoyagi are all very hungry youg talent, in this match they helped their leader to overcome the odds of unexperience and defeat the team formed by the Champion Carnival 2017 winner, Shuji Ishikawa.

[5] Evolution (Joe Doering & Suwama) & GET WILD (Manabu Soya & Takao Omori) vs. Strong BJ (Daisuke Sekimoto & Yuji Okabayashi) & Yankee Two Kenju (Isami Kodaka & Yuko Miyamoto)
Winner: Doering (12:41) with the Canadian Backbreaker on Miyamoto ~ Grade: 51

~ Evolution teamed up with GET WILD to face Big Japan Pro-Wrestling originals, Strong BJ and Yankee Two Kenju. Joe Doering layed down Miyamoto to win the match and continue the feud between Evolution and Strong BJ as both teams will face each other in a #1 Contenders Match for the AJPW World Tag Team belts on the next show.

[MAIN EVENT] Atsushi Aoki & Jun Akiyama vs. Hikaru Sato & Ryota Hama
Winner: Hama (15:28) with the Vertical Suplex Powerslam on Aoki ~ Grade: 57

~ As made official on the last show, Hikaru Sato answered Aoki's challenge and will be defending his World Junior Heavyweight Championship on 5/28. For this match, Aoki teamed up with Mr. President, Jun Akiyama to face Sato and a mystery oponnent, which was revealed to be former Triple Crown Champion and over 450+ pounder, Ryota Hama.
~ The match came to an end, when the much larger hit the Ryota Hammer on Aoki, after the match Sato stood over Aoki's crashed body laughing at his rival.

Show Rating: 56 [C]
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All Japan Pro-Wrestling "2017 Super Power Series Day 4" 5/23 @ TDC Hall (2,304 people)

[1] Jiro Kuroshio, Takeshi Minamino & Team Dream Futures (Keisuke Ishii, Shigehiro Irie & Soma Takao) vs. Billy Ken Kid, Masao Inoue, SUSHI, SUWA & Yohei Nakajima
Winner: Minamino (7:40) with a High-angle Senton Bomb on Nakajima ~ Grade: 48

~ A nice and animated opening match with some comedy on it where the team formed by wrestlers from DDT got the win.

[2] Tokyo GURENTAI (MAZADA, Minoru Fujita & NOSAWA Rongai) vs. Atsushi Onita, Masanobu Fuchi & Osamu Nishimura
Winner: Nishimura (8:59) with an Abdmominal Stretch on Fujita ~ Grade: 55

~ Osamu Nishimura stills gaining up some steam to face Jun Akiyama on 5/28 for the GAORA TV Championship. The current All Asia Tag Team Champions also got a victory here.

[3] Tag Team Match ~ AJPW All Asia Tag Team Championship #1 Contenders Match
GET WILD (Manabu Soya & Takao Omori) vs. Yankee Two Kenju (Isami Kodaka & Yuko Miyamoto)
Winner: Omori (11:58) with a Back to Belly Piledriver on Kodaka ~ Grade: 44

~ Before the match Atsushi Onita & Masanobu Fuchi came to ringside and announced that they would face the winners of this match on 5/28 for the All Asia Tag Team belts.

[4] Burning (Atsushi Aoki & Kotaro Suzuki) vs. Jonetsu Hentai Baka (Hikaru Sato & Hiroshi Yamato)
Winner: Aoki (12:30) with the Assault Point on Yamato ~ Grade: 59

~ Last week Hikaru Sato surprised Aoki bringing the LARGE Ryota Hama to be his mystery partner, this week Aoki brought back Kotaro Suzuki! His former Evolution partner (both have won championships on both AJPW and NOAH in the past).

[5] NEXTREAM (Jake Lee, Kento Miyahara & Yuma Aoyagi) vs. Shuji Ishikawa & The Big Guns (Zeus & The Bodyguard)
Winner: Ishikawa (10:05) with a Big Boot on Jake Lee ~ Grade: 44

~ Shuji Ishikawa teamed up with The Big Guns to face Triple Crown Champion, Kento Miyahara and his young stars crew. Ishikawa took the win again and it's looking strong heading to the Championship Match on 5/28.

[MAIN EVENT] Tag Team Match ~ AJPW World Tag Team Championship #1 Contenders Match
Evolution (Joe Doering & Suwama) vs. Strong BJ (Daisuke Sekimoto & Yuji Okabayashi)
Winner: Doering (16:29) with the Sitout Powerbomb on Sekimoto ~ Grade: 64

~ The main event was a very good match (to AJPW's nowadays standards) where Suwama shined putting the performance of the night. The more experienced team took the victory in an even match. Evolution is now going to face the champions Zeus & The Bodyguard who came to the ring after the match for a stare down.

Show Rating: 61 [C]
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