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Giant Baba Theme - NTV Sports Theme - All Japan Pro-Wrestling - Main Event (Vinyl, LP, Album)

Label: Vap - 30147-25 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: Japan • Genre: Stage & Screen • Style: Soundtrack
Giant Baba Theme - NTV Sports Theme - All Japan Pro-Wrestling - Main Event (Vinyl, LP, Album)

Toshiaki Kawada pinned Mitsu Misawa () to win the All Japan Triple Crown. Return to top of page Giant Baba Memorial Show May 2, in Tokyo, Japan Tokyo Dome drawing 50, ($5,,) Tsuyoshi Kikuchi & Marufuji beat Gran Naniwa & Makoto Hashi () when Kikuchi pinned Hashi.

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All Japan Pro Wrestling (AJPW) is a Japanese professional wrestling promotion established in All Japan Pro Wrestling still remains one of the most popular puroresu promotions still in operation. The promotion was founded by Shohei "Giant" Baba and the Momota brothers, the sons of Rikidōzan. Baba, a former professional baseball pitcher, joined the Japan Pro Wrestling Alliance (JWA) in.

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2 thoughts on “Giant Baba Theme - NTV Sports Theme - All Japan Pro-Wrestling - Main Event (Vinyl, LP, Album)”

  1.  · Bruiser Brody Theme - Immigrant Song: A4: Nick Bockwinkle Theme - Pro-Wrestling In Hawaii: A5: Chavo Guerrero Theme - California Hastle: B1: Ojya No Tamashii: B2: Giant Baba Theme - NTV Sports Theme: B3: Jumbo Tsuruta Theme - New Theme: B4: Tenyru Genichiro Theme - Thunder Storm: B5: The Great Kabuki Theme - Yankey Station: B6: Ricky Steamboat /5(2).

  2. Shohei Baba (Baba Shōhei, Janu - Janu) was a professional wrestler and co-founder of All Japan Pro Wrestling. He was also known as Giant Baba. Baba, along with Antonio Inoki, became one of the most famous Japanese wrestlers of his era, with a popularity in Japan comparable to Hulk Hogan's in America. He was also a 3 time NWA Champion. Before entering professional Born: .

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