Jamesie chose one of the most popular matches in the history of All Japan: the April 20, 1991, six-man tag match between Mitsuharu Misawa, Toshiaki Kawada & Kenta Kobashi vs. Jumbo Tsuruta, Akira Taue & Masanobu Fuchi. This match is considered by many experts to be the greatest multi-man match in not only All Japan history but all of professional wrestling.
WH and Jamesie look at previous singles matches that play into the story of this match, how Kawada and Taue’s rivalry takes the drama of this match to another level, and the greatness of Fuchi.
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WH Park and a special guest look back at the greatest matches of All Japan Pro Wrestling from the 1990s in The Long & Winding Royal Road, a limited-edition podcast from POST Wrestling.
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Music: “Across the Danube, Op. 36” by John Philip Sousa | Performed by United States Marine Band (band) and Jason Fettig (conductor) | The Complete Marches of John Philip Sousa, No.4 | Washington, DC: United States Marine Band, 2015. | Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 | Public Domain Letter