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 Posted: Sun Aug 28th, 2016 07:03 am
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These results came from the Spinning Toehold newsletter number 72.   They should add to the Bill Eadie record book and probably some others on here.
August 6th, 1984Peshawar, Pakistan
Antonio inoki beat Billy Crusher AKA The Masked SuperstarRiki Choshu beat El CanekTatsumi Fujinami beat Roger SmithBad News Allen Coage beat Animal HamaguchiYoshiaki Yatsu beat Kengo Kimura 

August 8th 1984 Lahore, Pakistan
Antonio inoki and Tatsumi Fujinami beat Billy Crusher and Bad News Allen by DQRiki Choshu beat Roger SmithKengo Kimura beat El Canek Yoshiaki Yatsu beat Kantaro Hoshino

August 10th 1984Karachi, Pakistan
Antonio Inoki beat Billy CrusherRiki Choshu & Yoshiaki Yatsu beat Tatsumi Fujinami & Osamu KidoKuniyaki Kobayashi beat El Canek[size= ][size=Bad News Allen beat Kengo Kimura][size=Roger Smith beat Animal Hamaguchi ][size=
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] August 12th 1984Kuwaita, Pakistan
Antonio inoki beat Roger SmithTatsumi Fujinami & Riki Choshu beat Billy Crusher & El CanekBad News Allen beat Osamu KidoYoshiaki  Yatsu beat Kantaro HoshinoKengo Kimura beat Animal Hamaguchi 
August 15th 1984Islamabad, Pakistan
Antonio Inoki beat Bad News AllenTatsumi Fujinami beat El Canek Billy Crusher NC Riki Choshu Roger Smith beat Yoshiaki Yatsu

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Sorry about the formatting ...another reason to hate my phone.

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These have been around for some time.

A few additions: Ticket prices ranged from a mere 80 cents to about $16. So even though the crowds ranged from 30,000 to 45,000 fans per event the gates were not super huge.

On the 6th it was at Arbab Naiz Stadium, Peshawar Pakistan 40,000

8th Ghadaffi Stadium, Lahore Pakistan 35,000

10th Karachi National Stadium, Karachi Pakistan 30,000

12th (unknown stadium) Kuwaiti Pakistan 30,000

The 15th was actually on the 14th at Almin Sports Center, Islamabad Pakistan 45,000



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I got more detail here:
http://www.puroresu.com/newjapan/results/nj198406summer.html



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A few corrections for me and you Hisa. I double checked my results and we both have the cities spelling incorrect. It's QUETTA Pakistan.

There were also matches with local wrestlers on the cards.

One of the stories coming out of this is Inoki publicly stated one of the reasons for this tour was to relieve some Afgan refugees. However it came out his true intentions were to conspire to build a sugar cane factory in Pakistan. Not sure why that story would need to be covered up.



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Thanks. I had a correct spelling for Inoki results page but forgot to change the New Japan result page.
As for the sugar cane business, his failed bio-tech project in Brazil was one of the biggest reasons for New Japan's (failed) coup in 1982. So, there's no way he would make another attempt in another country public.



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If Inoki claims he's helping refugees, he looks like a generous man of the people. If he's just there to set up a business, it makes him look like he's only out for himself. I can see why Inoki worked the reason for the tour.

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