Ultimate History of Pro Wrestling - A Time Line of Every Major Event in Pro Wrestling History - 1992

By: Karl Stern (@wiwcool)


01-04-1992: The first of the annual Tokyo Egg Dome shows to be held on January 4. New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW) along with stars from World Championship Wrestling (WCW) take part in Chou Senshi at the Tokyo Dome in front of a reported 60,000 fans. Results: Black Cat (Victor Mar Manuel) defeated Hiroyoshi Yamamoto… Kuniaki Kobayashi & Osamu Kido defeated Kantaro Hoshino & Kengo Kimura… AKIRA & Jushin Thunder Liger & Masashi Aoyagi defeated Blond Outlaws (Hiro Saito & Norio Honaga & Super Strong Machine)… The Enforcers (Arn Anderson & Larry Zbyszko) defeated Michiyoshi Ohara & Shiro Koshinaka… Dustin Rhodes & Dusty Rhodes defeated Kim Duk & Masa Saito… Tony Halme defeated Scott Norton… Shinya Hashimoto defeated Bill Kazmaier… Big Van Vader (Leon White) battled El Gigante to a double count out… Antonio Inoki defeated Hiroshi Hase… Great Muta & Sting defeated Rick & Scott Steiner… WCW World heavyweight title: Lex Luger defeated Masahiro Chono… IWGP World title & Greatest 18 Club Championship: Riki Choshu defeated Tatsumi Fujinami.

10-04-1992: Pro Wrestling Fujiwara-Gumi holds a show called “Stack of Arms” at the Tokyo Egg Dome in front of a reported crowd of 25,000. Results: Ryshi Yanigasawa went to a time limit draw with Yuki Ishikawa… Joe Malenko defeated Gerogii Galdava… Naoki Sano defeated Jerry Flynn… Bart Vale defeated Aleksey Medvedev… Oleg Naniev defeated Duane Koslowski… Yoshiaki Fujiwara defeated Zaour Chabadze… Mixed Martial Arts Match: Kazuo Takahashi defeated Superman Sattasaba… Mixed Martial Arts Match: Ken Shamrock defeated Don Nakaya Nielsen… Minoru Suzuki defeated David Gobejishvilli… Masakatsu Funaki went to a time limit draw with Maurice Smith.

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