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History of FMW Volume 37 is up going over the year 2009 with clips and pics. The Apache Army continues to struggle before officially closing down and re-starting the promotion as FREEDOMS. Big Japan begins a youth movement that sees a series of excellent matches through out the year. Tarzan Goto starts up a brand new FMW promotion and brings in Atsushi Onita for it and much more. 

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History of FMW Volume 38 is up going over the year 2010 with pictures and clips. We go over FREEDOMS first full year as a promotion as they run Korakuen Hall for the first time as well as hold a Death Match Tournament. Onita retires again and comes back by the end of the year, Tarzan Goto runs his Super FMW shows in front of barely anyone, the story of how Shin-W*ING died, and much more.

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History of FMW Volume 39 is up going over the year 2011 with pictures and clips. We go over FREEDOMS slowly turning into a Death Match promotion, Nanjyo Hayato starting up a new FMW promotion and bringing back many of the former FMW wrestlers, and Hayabusa walking to the ring at Korakuen Hall ten years to the month that he suffered his career ending injury as well as much more. 

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Just wanted to thank ya Bahu. I never saw much FMW. But have been slowly listening to your show. I put an episode on most nights when I lay down while waiting on my sleep meds to kick in and have been really enjoying the shows.

 

 

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Thank you! I am glad that people are still watching the videos using this message board.

I have been working on Podcast only versions in case you just want to listen to the shows on your phone - I only need to post the last three shows to be finished but you can find them here. https://anchor.fm/bahu and they are on iTunes and Spotify.

 

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History of FMW Volume 40 is up going over the year 2012 with pictures and clips. We cover how FREEDOMS starts the year off slow after Jun Kasai would suffer an injury but he would return for the climax of his two year feud with MASADA. Atsushi Onita begins a career resurgence before facing off against Akebono in a Exploding Barbed wire Death Match. Kintaro Kanemura's body starts to break down as he would suffer two serious injuries while the Apache Army would continue to decline as well as much more.

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History of FMW Volume 41 is now up going over the year 2013 with pictures and clips. Atsushi Onita has two exploding death matches with Akebono as well as another singles one with Yoshihiro Takayama. Onita also enters into FREEDOMS and begins feuding with Jun Kasai through out the year. Masashi Takeda has an awesome Big Japan Death Match Heavyweight Title Match against Shuji Ishikawa and Kintaro Kanemura comes back from injury to have a great match in the Apache Army along with much more. 

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History of FMW Volume 42 is now up going over the year 2014 with pictures and clips. Atsushi Onita continues to have Exploding Barbed wire Death Matches with Yoshihiro Takayama. Kintaro Kanemura runs his 25th Anniversary show while Mr. Gannosuke makes his return back to the ring after nearly 6 years retired. An FMW 25th Anniversary Tour is held as well as FREEDOMS starts off the year struggling but finishes with another incredible Jun Kasai vs. Masashi Takeda Death Match as well as much more. 

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