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7.2. What is AJPW?




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This article is from the Pro-Wrestling FAQ, by macika@emunix.emich.edu (Dominic Macika) with numerous contributions by others.

7.2. What is AJPW?

All-Japan Pro Wrestling is Shohei Baba's group in Japan. Baba, a
former pro baseball pitcher, joined the JWA in 1960. In October,
1972, he left the JWA and formed his own group, AJPW. His group
continues to promote today, with a television show on Nippon TV.
The main titles are the Triple Crown (unified United National,
International and PWF Heavyweight titles), the World Tag Team
title (unified International and PWF tag team titles), the World
Junior Heavyweight title and the Asian Tag Team title.

 

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