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  1. BAHU

    History of FMW

    History of FMW Volume 31 is up going over the entire year of 2004 with clips and pictures. WMF holds its last show at Korakuen Hall as it has to be restructured to a small indie by the second half of the year. Fuyuki Army closes down after the final Kawasaki Stadium show on May 5th takes places. Kanemura and Gannosuke split up. Kanemura starts up the Apache Army promotion and a sad update on Hayabusa as well as much more.
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    Puroresu General Discussion for 2019

    Gotta get it on the cover of the 2000th issue of Pro-Wrestling Weekly.
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    History of FMW

    Nope, not obvious. Since this is a History of FMW thread and the music videos have not been mentioned once and I don't consider the music videos to be Career Retrospectives since there is no words being used to give a retrospective, I did not think you were referring to the music videos. So to me the joke was, "Nobody cares about these, so when are you going to do a video on something else obviously no one will care about" I actually hate making these videos as so many countless hours and resources have to go into them and I have to hear myself talk so much - but I know I am the only one capable of making them at the quality that they are. I personally feel like these are at the level of the top wrestling podcasts just simply the topic is not going to catch as much attention as say a Lapsed Fan where they are going over WWF instead of FMW. So to spend so much time on something that really isn't fun for me but for the niche people that are into the topic, I really was not feeling someone trying to put themselves over with a dick joke which is what the internet at this point is.
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    History of FMW

    I don't get the joke. I'm not doing career retrospective videos let alone on someone nobody would care about.
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    History of FMW

    History of FMW Volume 30 is up going the second half of 2003 with clips and pictures. We go over WMF and WEW working together and forming the Apache Army who immediately go to war with ZERO1 in a series of awesome matches that brings back some of the passionate FMW fans. Atsushi Onita goes up against The Great Sasuke in a Exploding Barbed wire Death Match with a series of spectacular explosion spots as well as cover some smaller indies like WWS and 666 and much more.
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    History of FMW

    History of FMW Volume 29 is up going over the first half of 2003 with clips and pictures. We go over Kodo Fuyuki passing away before he could have the match he wanted against Shinya Hashimoto. Kintaro Kanemura takes his place in a No Ropes Exploding Barbed wire Death Match and Fuyuki's urn is inserted into the match in a memorable scene. Mr. Gannosuke's WMF continues to struggle as their Korakuen Hall number goes down and Atsushi Onita begins working for Riki Choshu's World Japan as well as much more.
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    History of FMW

    History of FMW Special: Kintaro W*ING Kanemura Interview is up as I talk with him about his career starting out, W*ING, FMW, WEW, and starting up his own company as well as much more in this interview that is a little more than a hour in English.
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    History of FMW

    History of FMW Volume 28 is up as we go over the second half of 2002. Hayabusa makes his first public appearance since the injury. Mr. Gannosuke starts up WMF. Fuyuki continues WEW and begins feuding with Hashimoto and ZERO1. Atsushi Onita ends his Onita FMW promotion and wrestles in Afghanistan and much more!
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    History of FMW

    History of FMW Volume 27 is up as we go over the first half of 2002 and the end of FMW. Shoichi Arai dealing with loan sharks that eventually leads to FMW going bankrupt as a result and eventually ends his life. Kodo Fuyuki starts up a new promotion in the wake of FMW closing and finds out he has cancer. Arai contacting Hayabusa right before his death. This is the most newsworthy period and as a result the biggest episode.
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    History of FMW

    History of FMW Volume 26 is up where we go over the second half of 2001. Hayabusa suffers a career ending paralyzing injury in his match with Mammoth Sasaki. We go over everything that lead to the day as well as all the aftermath following the injury including Hayabusa nearly dying while in the hospital. FMW continues their feud with TokyoPop trying to buy the them as well as end the year feuding with Tenryu's WAR group. Atsushi Onita begins his feud with Shinya Hashimoto and becomes a senator and travels to Afghanistan and much more.
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    History of FMW

    History of FMW Volume 25 is up where we go over the first half of 2001. Hayabusa's injury has caused attendance to drop severely and Tetsuhiro Kuroda is made the ace and the focal point of the promotion until Hayabusa returns back at Kawasaki Stadium on May 5th. FMW returns to Kawasaki Stadium with an exploding ring match and the 6 month feud between Hayabusa and Tetsuhiro finally comes to an end. Shoichi Arai holds a meeting which results in Masato Tanaka, Jado, Gedo, and others leaving FMW for good. Atsushi Onita and Tarzan Goto renew their feud after 6 years in Onita Pro and much more.
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    OCTOBER 2018 WRESTLING DISCUSSION

    That was Mike Kirschner the FMW Super Leather in that match.
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    History of FMW

    History of FMW Volume 24 is up where we go over the second half of 2000. Hayabusa begins his feud with Kodo Fuyuki which includes an Exploding Cage and an Iron Man Match. We also go over Hayabusa going to America to attend a WCW taping and why he didn't end up wrestling as well as why he met up with The Great Muta. We also cover Atsushi Onita finally having his match with Riki Choshu and what it took for him to get destroyed by him as well much more in this 2 hour 42 minute video.
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    History of FMW

    History of FMW Volume 23 is up where we go over the first half of 2000. Kodo Fuyuki returns and starts up ECW Japan. H is told he has to go back as Hayabusa. TokyoPop releases new FMW DVD's. Hayabusa goes to America to appear in the movie Backyard Dogs. Masato Tanaka comes back and turns heel and takes over the ECW Japan group. Atsushi Onita and Terry Funks are in talks with CZW about a exploding ring stadium show in New Jersey. Tenryu dawns the Hayabusa mask for the first time and much more in this 2 1/2 hour video.
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    History of FMW

    History of FMW Volume 22 is up where we go over the second half of 1999. Hayabusa becomes H while Mr. Gannosuke turns into Hayabusa to setup their match at the Yokohama Arena. Mr. Gannosuke as Hayabusa performs in a porn star and porn star Chocoball Mukai makes his debut. We go over how Shawn Michaels became the referee for the Yokohama Arena show. Atsushi Onita as The Great Nita takes on The Great Muta in a Exploding Barbed wire Death Match. We talk about the infamous Anus Explosion Match and all the FMW angles going on during this time period. Masato Tanaka returns to ECW and wins the ECW Title and we go over how FMW go into such debt as well as much more.
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