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What if Antonio Inoki and Giant Baba never created NJPW and AJPW?
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Default What if Antonio Inoki and Giant Baba never created NJPW and AJPW?

What do you think japanese wrestling would have been like 70s-current
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They still would have the original promotion,Japan Pro Wrestling Alliance.















Not to mention,Sumo wrestling.
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