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LA Confidential results: David Arquette vs. Nick Gage - Figure Four Online (blog)

Submitted by Brian Reznick. Game Changer Wrestling and Joey Janela's LA Confidential took place at The Hi Hat in Los Angeles on Friday night. - The Great Sasuke defeated DJZ. A fun opener. Sasuke was originally supposed to wrestle the Amazing Red, ...

GCW Joey Janela's LA Confidential Results – 11/16/2018 - 24Wrestling

Great Sasuke over DJZ. [10'54]. Tony Deppen over Jungle Boy. [13'36]. Brody King over Bob Holly. [8'30]. Penelope Ford over Human Tornado. [19'00]. Ethan Page over D-Lo Brown. [11'44]. Jimmy Lloyd over Kikutaro, Takashi Mimamino, Delilah Doom, ...

Joey Janela's LA Confidential Results (11/16): Nick Gage vs David Arquette, Great Sasuke, D'Lo Brown & More ... - ProWrestling.com

GCW Presents: Joey Janela's LA Confidential November 16, 2018. Los Angeles, CA. — The Great Sasuke def. DJZ. — Tony Deppen def. Jungle Boy. — Brody King def. Hardcore Holly. — Penelope Ford def. Human Tornado. — Ethan Page def. D'Lo Brown.

Emerging West Coast Indie Star Jungle Boy Added to Joey Janela's LA Confidential - Last Word on Pro Wrestling (blog)

... now to this Friday's LA Confidential (all produced by New Jersey's Game Changer Wrestling), all have in common is not just the inclusion of legends like Marty Jannetty, D'Lo Brown, Glacier and The Great Sasuke, but the breakout stars they've helped ...

The Great Sasuke vs Amazing Red Announced For Janela's LA Confidential - Last Word on Pro Wrestling (blog)

Legendary Japanese wrestler The Great Sasuke, 2x J-Crown Champion, IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Champion (with Jushin Thunder Liger no less) and co-founder of Michinoku Pro Wrestling (MPW), will face a man of his own cloth. New York indie ...

The fascinating history of the WWF light-heavyweight championship - Sportskeeda

The reigning champion, Aeroflash, lost the championship to The Great Sasuke on March 24th 1996. Sasuke would go on to lose the title to El Samurai on June 22nd 1996, making Samurai the last traditional winner of the championship due to the formation of ...

Daily Pro Wrestling History (08/05): Great Sasuke wins Unified J-Crown - Figure Four Online (blog)

1942. Des Moines, Iowa: - Iowa State Heavyweight Champion Gene Bowman beat Jay Steele in 2 consecutive falls - Emil Dusek beat Babe Zaharias 2 falls to 0 - Joe Dusek and Hans Schultz went to a draw. 1949. Atlanta, Georgia: - Don McIntyre won the ...

RETRO Review - In Your House: Canadian Stampede 1997 - Fightful

10- Perfect, 9- Excellent, 8- Great, 7- Very Good, 6- Above Average to good, 5- Average, 4- Slightly below average, 3 or below: Poor. Each match starts at a 5 and slides up and down based on entertainment, execution, time, environment, reaction and stakes.

Retro Wrestle Respawn – ECW Barely Legal 1997 - Gaming Respawn

Taka Michinoku, Terry Boy and Dick Togo Vs Great Sasuke, Gran Hamada and Masato Yakushiji. You can tell Joey has done a lot of research for this match, and even gives a shout out to Dave Meltzer of all people for helping out with information. Kaientai ...

Ask 411 Wrestling: Is NXT a Success or a Failure? - 411mania.com

Because Michinoku Pro was more of a lucha-based promotion, this feud actually didn't result in any singles matches that I could find a record of, but there was a double mask match with Tiger Mask and the Great Sasuke facing Masked Tiger and Sasuke the ...

20 Best Matches Of The Month: April 2018 Edition - Last Word on Pro Wrestling (blog)

Not a mat classic by any means but this was a one-time-only privilege to watch as a fan, it doesn't matter how old The Great Sasuke is (48 years old) you will always get an unforgettable match. Both men had no regard for their bodies with Sasuke going ...

How Joey Janela's Spring Break Became Pro Wrestling's Biggest Viral Success Story - Deadspin

As good as his other work has been, though, Dittamo especially shone on the way to Spring Break 2. Everything, from the dialogue-free video announcing the Janela-Great Sasuke main event to the comedic pitch for Matt Riddle vs. James Ellsworth to David ...

Belt Collecting: The Legend of the J-Crown Championship - Last Word on Pro Wrestling (blog)

The title featured Jushin 'Thunder' Liger (Michinoku Pro British Commonwealth Junior Heavyweight Champion), The Great Sasuke (IWGP Junior Heavyweight Champion), Masayoshi Motegi (NWA World Junior Heavyweight Champion), Negro Casas ...

4/6 Joey Janela's Spring Break 2 results: Joey Janela vs. The Great Sasuke, Clusterf— battle royal, WALTER vs ... - ProWrestling.net

By Jason Powell, Prowrestling.net Editor (@prowrestlingnet). We are looking for reports on all WrestleMania weekend events. If you attend a show, you are encouraged to send a report or even basic results to dotnetjason@gmail.com. Joey Janela's Spring ...

GCW Joey Janela's Spring Break 2 recap: PCO is a beast, the Invisible Man picks up a big win, and Sasuke's barrel ... - Cageside Seats (blog)

Just like last time and just like with Bloodsport on Thursday (Apr. 5), GCW Joey Janela's Spring Break 2 is wacky and wonderful and a traditional recap would not do it justice at all. So if you need full results including finishes you can check our ...

Joey Janela's Spring Break 2 results: Joey Janela vs. The Great Sasuke - Figure Four Online (blog)

Here's a recap of everything that went down at this morning's Joey Janela Spring Break 2 event in New Orleans. Things started off with a video, a parody of the film The Wrestler starring an older Joey Janela, Penelope Ford and an older Lio Rush. The ...

Csonka's GCW Joey Janela's Spring Break 2 Review - 411mania.com

Great Sasuke: They work some back and forth into a stand off. Sasuke grounds things, but Janela escapes. He lays the boots to Sasuke, but Sasuke keeps frustrating Janela, he then hypnotizes Janela, and makes Janela slam himself head first to the mat.

Exclusive: Joey Janela Says Gillberg Got Drunk And No-Showed Spring Break, Talks Negotiating With Dan Severn ... - Fightful

At Spring Break II, Janela faces Japanese wrestling legend The Great Sasuke. "I said The Great Sasuke and (Game Changer Wrestling) said 'We don't know if we can make that happen. That's kind of a crazy one.' I emailed Michinoku Pro numerous times and ...

Ellsworth-Riddle, Suzuki-Cobb, tag title match set for New Orleans - Figure Four Online (blog)

Lucha Underground were among the events that made announcements for Friday, April 6th. James Ellsworth vs. Matt Riddle became the last match to be confirmed for Spring Break, joining Janela vs. The Great Sasuke, David Starr vs. Mike Quackenbush ...

17 Masked Wrestlers & What They Look Like Today - TheSportster

Most if not all these photos are about masked wrestler that put the mask away. The Great Sasuke isn't one of them. We just had to include him after donning his “The Great Trump” mask last year. The Great Sasuke would make his wrestling debut in 1990 ...

Masanori Murakawa , , is a Japanese professional wrestler and politician who is best known by his stage name The Great Sasuke, as well as a former Iwate Prefectural Assembly legislator. He has wrestled in Japan and in the United States in various professional wrestling promotions. He is said to have an incredible tolerance for pain, mainly in reference to the injuries he has had including a cracked skull on two occasions.

The Great Sasuke
Great Sasuke 2.jpg
The Great Sasuke, at the Hustle event in Yokohama on May 4, 2009
Birth name Masanori Murakawa
Born (1969-07-18) July 18, 1969 (age 47)
Morioka, Tōhoku, Japan
Professional wrestling career
Ring name(s) The Great Sasuke
Masa Michinoku
Ninja Sasuke
Sasuke
Black Ninja
Sasuke The Ram
Billed height 1.73 m (5 ft 8 in)
Billed weight 82 kg (181 lb)
Trained by Kotetsu Yamamoto
Gran Hamada
Debut March 1, 1990

Masanori Murakawa (村川 政徳 Murakawa Masanori), (born July 18, 1969), is a Japanese professional wrestler and politician who is best known by his stage name The Great Sasuke, as well as a former Iwate Prefectural Assembly legislator. He has wrestled in Japan and in the United States in various professional wrestling promotions. He is said to have an incredible tolerance for pain, mainly in reference to the injuries he has had including a cracked skull on two occasions.