Big Egg Wrestling Universe
The Big Egg Wrestling Universe was a professional wrestling event held by All Japan Women's Pro-Wrestling (AJW) inside the Tokyo Dome in Tokyo, Japan on November 20, 1994 and was attended by 32,500 fans. However, some sources claim the event was attended by over 42,000 fans. The event generated approximately $4 million in revenue from ticket sales, as well as $1.6 million in merchandise sales.
|Big Egg Wrestling Universe|
|Promotion||All Japan Women's Pro-Wrestling|
|Date||November 20, 1994|
The event featured representatives from joshi promotions GAEA Japan (GAEA), JWP Joshi Puroresu (JWP), and Ladies Legend Pro-Wrestling (LLPW), as well as puroresu promotions Frontier Martial-Arts Wrestling (FMW), Michinoku Pro Wrestling (MPW) and American wrestling promotion the World Wrestling Federation (WWF). In addition to female wrestlers, the event also featured matches with male wrestlers, midget wrestlers, female amateur wrestlers, female kickboxers, and female shootboxers.
The event, which lasted ten hours, was promoted as the biggest card in the history of women's wrestling. It featured 23 matches of various styles. The opening ceremony of the event featured a 60-piece band that accompanied a parade of wrestlers that each carried a flag representing a different wrestling promotion. The main event matches featured elaborate entrances from the female performers. Approximately $1.1 million was spent on the special effects used throughout the event.
|1||Chaparita Asari and Bomber Hikari defeated Yumi Sugo and Hiroumi Yagi||Tag team match (GAEA vs. JWP)||6:53|
|2||Great Little Muta and Buta Genjin defeated Tsunokake X||Midget handicapped match||4:44|
|3||Candy Okutsu (c) defeated Rie Tamada||Singles match for AJW Junior Championship||8:52|
|4||Suzuka Minami defeated Kaoru||Singles match (GAEA)||9:35|
|5||Kumiko Maekawa defeated Sugar Miyuki via judge's decision||Kickboxing match||10:00 (5 rounds)|
|6||Doris Blinal defeated Kyoko Hamaguchi via points||Amateur wrestling match||4:00|
|7||Miyu Yamamoto defeated Ana Gomez via points||Amateur wrestling match||4:00|
|8||Fumiko Ishimoto defeated Kaoru Ito||Shootboxing match||15:00 (5 rounds)|
|9||Chigusa Nagayo defeated Reggie Bennett||Singles match (GAEA)||8:39|
|10||Shinobu Kandori and Mikiko Futagami defeated Toshiyo Yamada and Tomoko Watanabe||Tag team match (LLPW)||11:30|
|11||Etsuko Mita and Mima Shimoda (c) defeated Yasha Kurenai and Michiko Nagashima||Tag team match for UWA World Women's Tag Team Championship||15:36|
|12||Lioness Asuka and Yumi Ogura drew Jaguar Yokota and Bison Kimura||Tag team match||10:00|
|13||Blizzard Yuki defeated Mariko Yoshida||Singles match||12:03|
|14||Combat Toyoda defeated Yumiko Hotta||V*TOP Five Star Tournament first round match||16:55|
|15||Akira Hokuto defeated Eagle Sawai||V*TOP Five Star Tournament first round match||11:08|
|16||Aja Kong defeated Manami Toyota||V*TOP Five Star Tournament first round match||17:19|
|17||Dynamite Kansai defeated Kyoko Inoue||V*TOP Five Star Tournament first round match||17:39|
|18||Megumi Kudo and Hikari Fukuoka defeated Cutie Suzuki and Takako Inoue||Tag team match (FMW vs. JWP)||14:04|
|19||The Great Sasuke, Sato, Shiryu defeated Super Delfin, Gran Naniwa, and Jinsei Shinzaki||Six-man tag team match (MPW)||21:45|
|20||Akira Hokuto defeated Combat Toyoda||V*TOP Five Star Tournament semi-final round match||5:48|
|21||Aja Kong defeated Dynamite Kansai||V*TOP Five Star Tournament semi-final round match||12:24|
|22||Bull Nakano defeated Alundra Blayze (c)||Singles match for WWF Women's Championship (WWF)||9:27|
|23||Akira Hokuto defeated Aja Kong||V*TOP Five Star Tournament final round match||20:24|
(c) – refers to the champion(s) heading into the match
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