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Battle Resistance Open TournamentEdit

Battle Resistance - 1st Open Tournament
PromotionFrontier Martial-Arts Wrestling
DateJanuary 7, 1990
CityTokyo, Japan
VenueKorakuen Hall
Attendance2,450
Event chronology
← Previous
Battle Creation
Next →
Battle Brave in Korakuen

FMW's first tournament, a single-elimination tournament took place at the Battle Resistance - 1st Open Tournament event on January 7, 1990. Aside from the tournament, the event also featured a women's wrestling match between Miwa Sato and Kumiko Matsuda.[1][2]

  First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                                     
  Masanobu Kurisu Pin  
  Jang Yong Wow 4:38  
    Masanobu Kurisu Count-out  
      Mitsuhiro Matsunaga 4:14  
  Mitsuhiro Matsunaga DQ
  Katsuji Ueda 3:21  
    Masanobu Kurisu    
    BYE    
       
       
    BYE  
      BYE    
     
       
    Masanobu Kurisu Referee stoppage
    Tarzan Goto 7:58
  Sambo Asako DQ  
  Rick Wonshu 6:29  
    Tarzan Goto Pin
      Sambo Asako 6:14  
  Tarzan Goto Pin
  Satoshi Imaizumi 4:14  
    Tarzan Goto Pin
    Atsushi Onita 3:52  
  Atsushi Onita Pin  
  The Shooter 3:57  
    Atsushi Onita Pin
      Beast the Barbarian 4:56  
  Beast the Barbarian  
  BYE    
Non-tournament match
No. Results Stipulations Times
1 Kumiko Matsuda defeated Miwa Sato Singles match 2:41

AWA World Light Heavyweight Championship TournamentEdit

A six-man tournament was set up for the vacant AWA World Light Heavyweight Championship on September 25, 1990 after previous champion Lee Gak-soo left FMW earlier that month. Katsuji Ueda defeated Jimmy Backlund in the tournament final to win the vacant title.[1][3]

  Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
                           
  Ricky Fuji Pin  
Jang Yong Wow 3:20  
    Ricky Fuji 6:44  
      Katsuji Ueda Pin  
Katsuji Ueda Pin
  The Shooter 3:39  
      Katsuji Ueda Pin
    Jimmy Backlund 15:25
  Jimmy Backlund Pin  
Kim Hyun Hwan 2:23  
  Jimmy Backlund  
      BYE    
   

FMW Tag Team TournamentEdit

The FMW Tag Team Tournament was a six-team tournament held by FMW from January 6 to January 15, 1991. The opening round was a round-robin tournament in which five teams scored 3 points to qualify for the knockout format to determine the winner, while the team of Lee Gak-soo and Nam Sung Gun was the only team which failed to qualify as they lost all of their matches and scored 0 points. The knockout format took place on January 15, 1991.[1][4]

Round-robin stage
Team Points
Boris Gogichashivili and Grigory Verichev 3
Ricky Fuji and Tarzan Goto 3
Mr. Pogo and The Gladiator 3
Atsushi Onita and Sambo Asako 3
Jimmy Backlund and The Shooter 3
Lee Gak-soo and Nam Sung Gun 0
Knockout stage
  Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
                           
  Boris Gogichashivili and Grigory Verichev Pin  
Jimmy Backlund and The Shooter 6:57  
    Boris Gogichashivili and Grigory Verichev Pin  
      Mr. Pogo and The Gladiator 4:51  
Mr. Pogo and The Gladiator  
  BYE    
      Mr. Pogo and The Gladiator Pin
    Atsushi Onita and Sambo Asako 9:13
  Atsushi Onita and Sambo Asako Pin  
Ricky Fuji and Tarzan Goto 12:47  
  Atsushi Onita and Sambo Asako  
      BYE    
   

Barbed Wire Deathmatch TournamentEdit

The Barbed Wire Deathmatch Tournament was a single-elimination tournament in which all matches were no rope barbed wire deathmatches. The tournament took place on August 17, 1991.[5][6]

  Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
                           
  Atsushi Onita Pin  
Jimmy Backlund 3:31  
    Atsushi Onita Forfeit  
      Ricky Fuji    
Ricky Fuji Pin
  Mark Starr 4:58  
      Atsushi Onita KO
    Sambo Asako 9:51
  The Gladiator Pin  
Horace Boulder 4:53  
  The Gladiator Pin
      Sambo Asako 6:01  
Sambo Asako  
  BYE    

World's Strongest Tag Team TournamentEdit

World's Strongest Tag Team Tournament was a ten-team tag team tournament conducted from November 20 to December 9, 1991 to determine the inaugural WWA World Martial Arts Tag Team Champions. The first stage was round robin and the second stage was contested in knockout format after one team topped the round robin format while two teams tied with 7 points and they had a playoff match to take on the topping team in the final round.[5][7][8]

Round-robin stage
Team Points
Grigory Verichev and Koba Krutanize 9
Atsushi Onita and Tarzan Goto 7
Ricky Fuji and Sambo Asako 7
The Gladiator and Big Titan 6
Leon Spinks and Rufus Blackborn 6
Sabu and The Sheik 5
Horace Boulder and Mark Starr 3
Calypso Jim and Katsuji Ueda 3
Los Mercenarios Americanos (Mercenario I and Mercenario II) 1
Chong Summusu and Kim Shunki 0
Knockout stage
 
Play-off
 
  
 
December 9
 
 
Ricky Fuji and Sambo AsakoPin
 
 
Atsushi Onita and Tarzan Goto9:09
 
 
 
 
 
Final
 
 
December 9
 
 
Grigory Verichev and Koba KrutanizePin
 
 
Atsushi Onita and Tarzan Goto11:34
 

FMW Women's Tag Team TournamentEdit

The FMW Women's Tag Team Tournament was a round-robin tag team tournament between female wrestlers of the promotion that took place between June 16 and June 28, 1992.[9][10]

Team Points
Eriko Tsuchiya and Yoshika Maedomari 4
Megumi Kudo and Rie Nakamura 2
Combat Toyoda and Keiko Iwami 2
Miwa Sato and Yukie Nabeno 1
Yuki Morimatsu and Kumiko Matsuda 1
Final
   
Eriko Tsuchiya and Yoshika Maedomari Pin
Megumi Kudo and Rie Nakamura 14:40

Street Fight Tag Team TournamentEdit

The Street Fight Tag Team Tournament was a tag team tournament which took place between November 20 and December 7, 1992. Every match in the tournament was a street fight. The first stage was a round-robin stage in which the three top scoring teams qualified for the knockout stage while the team of Atsushi Onita and Grigory Verichev defeated Dr. Luther and Dr. Hannibal in a playoff to qualify for the knockout as both teams were tied at 4 points.[9][11]

Round-robin stage
Team Points
Tarzan Goto and Big Titan 8
Tiger Jeet Singh, Sr. and Tiger Jeet Singh, Jr. 6
Horace Boulder and The Gladiator 5
Atsushi Onita and Grigory Verichev 4
Dr. Luther and Dr. Hannibal 4
Haystacks Calhoun Jr. and Sambo Asako 3
Sabu and Kareem Sudan 3
The Alligators (Alligator Man #1 and Alligator Man #2) 2
The Psychos (Psycho #1 and Psycho #2) 1
Knockout stage
  Playoff Semifinals Final
                           
  Atsushi Onita and Grigory Verichev Pin  
Dr. Luther and Dr. Hannibal 5:27  
    Atsushi Onita and Grigory Verichev Pin  
      Tiger Jeet Singh, Sr. and Tiger Jeet Singh, Jr. 8:18  
   
       
      Atsushi Onita and Grigory Verichev Pin
    Tarzan Goto and Big Titan 10:48
       
     
  Tarzan Goto and Big Titan Pin
      The Gladiator and Horace Boulder 6:50  
   

FMW Independent World Junior Heavyweight Championship TournamentEdit

The Independent Junior Heavyweight Tournament was a round-robin tournament to crown the first FMW Independent World Junior Heavyweight Champion. The tournament was held between September 17 and September 27, 1993.[12][13] The Great Sasuke was given a bye in the tournament and the winner of the tournament would face him for the title on October 28.[14]

 
First RoundSemi-FinalFinalTitle Match
 
              
 
Block A
September 17
 
 
Koji NakagawaPin
 
Block A
September 25
 
Eiji Ezaki10:12
 
Eiji Ezaki1Pin
 
Block A
September 22
 
Battle Ranger Z9:57
 
Battle Ranger ZPin
 
September 27
 
The American9:42
 
Battle Ranger ZPin
 
Block B
September 18
 
Damian18:24
 
Atsushi Onita, Jr.Pin
 
Block B
September 26
 
Ricky Fuji10:31
 
Atsushi Onita, Jr.Pin
 
Block B
September 23
 
Damian8:11
 
DamianPin
 
October 28
 
Bull Rider7:58
 
Battle Ranger Z2Pin
 
 
 
The Great Sasuke
 
The Great Sasuke
 
 
 
BYE
 
The Great Sasuke
 
 
 
BYE
 
BYE
 
 
 
BYE
 
The Great Sasuke
 
 
 
BYE
 
BYE
 
 
 
BYE
 
BYE
 
 
 
BYE
 
BYE
 
 
BYE
 

^1 Nakagawa suffered an arm injury, so Ezaki advanced to the semi-final.[15]

^2 Damian was unable to compete and was replaced by Battle Ranger Z to face Sasuke for the title.

WWA World Women's Championship #1 Contender's TournamentEdit

A tournament was held in October 1993 to determine the #1 contender to the WWA World Women's Championship held by Combat Toyoda. The four-woman tournament was first conducted in a round robin format and the top two females competed in the final round on October 28, 1993.[12][16] Crusher Maedomari won the tournament and defeated Toyoda to win the title on October 31.[17]

Round-robin stage
Team Points
Shark Tsuchiya 5
Crusher Maedomari 4
Miwa Sato 2
Yukie Nabeno 2
Knockout stage
Final
   
Shark Tsuchiya Pin
Crusher Maedomari 9:28

FMW Brass Knuckles Tag Team Championship Tournament (1994)Edit

A double-elimination tournament was held to crown the new FMW Brass Knuckles Tag Team Champions after the WWA version of the title was retired in 1992. The tournament was held between January 7, 1994 and January 18, 1994. The losing teams competed in Block B and the winners of Block B faced the winners of Block A in the tournament final on January 18. All the matches in the tournament were either street fights or deathmatches.[12][18]

Block A
 
Quarter-FinalSemi-FinalFinal
 
          
 
 
 
 
Big Titan and The GladiatorPin
 
 
 
Hideki Hosaka and Hisakatsu Oya13:24
 
Big Titan and The GladiatorPin
 
 
 
Jinsei Shinzaki and Masaru Toi15:13
 
Jinsei Shinzaki and Masaru ToiPin
 
 
 
Ricky Fuji and Terry Simms16:46
 
Big Titan and The GladiatorPin
 
 
 
Mr. Gannosuke and Tarzan Goto12:46
 
Mr. Gannosuke and Tarzan GotoKO
 
 
 
Sabu and Damian14:39
 
Mr. Gannosuke and Tarzan GotoPin
 
 
 
Mr. Pogo and Goro Tsurumi15:57
 
Mr. Pogo and Goro TsurumiPin
 
 
Atsushi Onita and Katsutoshi Niiyama16:15
 
Loser's Block B
 
First RoundSecond RoundSemi-Final
 
          
 
 
 
 
Hideki Hosaka and Hisakatsu OyaPin
 
 
 
Ricky Fuji and Terry Simms13:42
 
Hideki Hosaka and Hisakatsu OyaPin
 
 
 
Mr. Pogo and Goro Tsurumi5:11
 
Loser of Block A Second Semifinal
 
 
 
BYE
 
Mr. Pogo and Goro TsurumiPin
 
 
 
Atsushi Onita and Katsutoshi Niiyama13:00
 
Sabu and DamianPin
 
 
 
Atsushi Onita and Katsutoshi Niiyama13:45
 
Atsushi Onita and Katsutoshi NiiyamaPin
 
 
 
Jinsei Shinzaki and Masaru Toi8:19 Final
 
Loser of Block A First Semifinal
 
 
 
BYE
 
Atsushi Onita and Katsutoshi NiiyamaPin
 
 
Mr. Gannosuke and Tarzan Goto13:17
 
Tournament Final
   
Big Titan and The Gladiator Pin
Atsushi Onita and Katsutoshi Niiyama 13:20

FMW Independent Women's / WWA World Women's Championship TournamentEdit

A tournament was held for the vacant FMW Independent Women's / WWA World Women's Championship after champion Crusher Maedomari vacated the title to participate in the tournament. The tournament was held between February 11 and February 25, 1994.[12][19]

 
Quarter-FinalSemi-FinalFinalTournament Final
 
              
 
Block A
February 11
 
 
Megumi KudoPin
 
Block A
February 16
 
Malia Hosaka8:33
 
Megumi KudoPin
 
Block A
 
Crusher Maedomari15:39
 
Crusher Maedomari
 
Block A
February 19
 
BYE
 
Megumi KudoPin
 
Block A
February 12
 
Lola González15:30
 
Lola GonzálezPin
 
Block A
 
Miwa Sato10:59
 
Lola González
 
 
 
BYE
 
BYE
 
February 25
 
BYE
 
Megumi KudoPin
 
Block A
February 13
 
Leilani Kai13:50
 
BambiPin
 
Block B
February 17
 
Yukie Nabeno9:09
 
BambiPin
 
 
 
Crusher Maedomari12:33
 
BYE
 
Block B
February 21
 
BYE
 
Shark Tsuchiya*Pin
 
Block B
February 15
 
Leilani Kai8:09
 
Combat ToyodaPin
 
Block B
February 18
 
Neftali8:11
 
Combat ToyodaPin
 
Block B
 
Leilani Kai8:06
 
Leilani Kai
 
 
BYE
 
  • Shark Tsuchiya replaced Crusher Maedomari in the Block B final.[20]

Six Man Tag Team TournamentEdit

The Six Man Tag Team Tournament was a tournament held on March 13, 1994 in which all matches were six-man tag team matches.[12][21]

 
Semi-FinalFinal
 
      
 
 
 
 
Damian, Sabu and The SheikPin
 
 
 
Mr. Pogo, Goro Tsurumi and Hideki Hosaka7:19
 
Mr. Pogo, Goro Tsurumi and Hideki HosakaPin
 
 
 
Atsushi Onita, Sambo Asako and Tarzan Goto12:02
 
Atsushi Onita, Sambo Asako and Tarzan GotoPin
 
 
Big Titan, Ricky Fuji and The Gladiator13:20
 

Young Spirit TournamentEdit

The Young Spirit Tournament was a tournament consisting of young and rising stars of FMW who were representing the company's New Generation after Atsushi Onita retired from wrestling and left the company. The tournament was held to choose a rising star who could lead the company into the next generation. The tournament took place between July 18 and July 30, 1995. The finalists of the tournament were entered into the Grand Slam Tournament for the vacant FMW Brass Knuckles Heavyweight Championship.[22][23]

Round-robin stage
Team Points
W*ING Kanemura 8
Masato Tanaka 7
Hideki Hosaka 6
Hido 4
Koji Nakagawa 4
Tetsuhiro Kuroda 1
Knockout stage
 
Final
 
  
 
July 30
 
 
W*ING KanemuraPin
 
 
Masato Tanaka12:47
 

Grand Slam TournamentEdit

Grand Slam Tournament
LocationJapan
Start dateAugust 22, 1995 (1995-08-22)
End dateSeptember 26, 1995 (1995-09-26)
Competitors
Champion
The Gladiator

The Grand Slam Tournament was a round-robin tournament held to crown a new FMW Brass Knuckles Heavyweight Champion after the previous champion Hayabusa vacated the title due to injury.[24] The tournament was held between August 22 and September 26, 1995.[22][25][26]

Round-robin stage
Team Points
The Gladiator 12
Hayabusa 11
Super Leather 10
Hisakatsu Oya 9
Mitsuhiro Matsunaga 8
Katsutoshi Niiyama 4
W*ING Kanemura 2
Masato Tanaka 0
Knockout stage
 
Final
 
  
 
September 26
 
 
The GladiatorPin
 
 
Hayabusa23:38
 

FMW Independent Heavyweight Championship TournamentEdit

The FMW Independent Heavyweight Championship Tournament was a tournament for the newly created FMW Independent Heavyweight Championship. The tournament took place between May 26 and August 1, 1996.[27][28][29]

Quarter-Final Semi-Final Final
         
Masato Tanaka Pin
Mr. Pogo 20:42
Masato Tanaka Pin
Hisakatsu Oya 20:31
Super Leather Pin
Hido 19:18
W*ING Kanemura Pin
Masato Tanaka 14:51
Hisakatsu Oya Referee Stoppage
Horace Boulder 13:21
W*ING Kanemura* Pin
Super Leather 15:59
W*ING Kanemura Pin
Koji Nakagawa 15:51

FMW World Street Fight 6-Man Tag Team Championship TournamentEdit

The FMW World Street Fight 6-Man Tag Team Championship Tournament was a tournament which took place on August 5, 1997 for the vacant FMW World Street Fight 6-Man Tag Team Championship after the title was vacated by Fuyuki-Gun (Kodo Fuyuki, Jado and Gedo).[31][32]

  Quarter-Final Semi-Final Final
                           
  The Great Kabuki, Keisuke Yamada and Daikokubo Benkei Pin  
Fuyuki-Gun (Kodo Fuyuki, Jado and Gedo) 16:19  
    Fuyuki-Gun Pin  
      Lioness Asuka, Shark Tsuchiya and Eagle Sawai 9:22  
Lioness Asuka, Shark Tsuchiya and Eagle Sawai
  BYE  
      Fuyuki-Gun Pin
    The Gladiator, Hisakatsu Oya and Mr. Gannosuke 20:28
  Hayabusa, Ricky Fuji and Koji Nakagawa Pin  
The Gladiator, Hisakatsu Oya and Mr. Gannosuke 14:59  
  The Gladiator, Hisakatsu Oya and Mr. Gannosuke  
      BYE    
   

FMW Double Championship #1 Contender's TournamentEdit

The FMW Double Championship #1 Contender's Tournament was a tournament to determine the #1 contender for Mr. Gannosuke's FMW Brass Knuckles Heavyweight Championship and FMW Independent Heavyweight Championship at FMW's first pay-per-view Entertainment Wrestling Live. The tournament was held between March 7 and March 17, 1998.[31][33]

Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
         
FMW TV Hayabusa Pin
3/13 Masato Tanaka 23:17
FMW TV Hayabusa Pin
3/16 Jado 17:15
Live event Tetsuhiro Kuroda Pin
3/7 Jado 13:27
FMW TV Hayabusa Pin
3/17 The Gladiator 14:09
Live event Koji Nakagawa Pin
3/7 Yukihiro Kanemura 8:17
FMW TV Yukihiro Kanemura Pin
3/16 The Gladiator 3:12
Live event The Gladiator Pin
3/8 Hisakatsu Oya 16:30

Over the Top TournamentEdit

The Over the Top Tournament was a tournament to determine the #1 contender for Kodo Fuyuki's FMW Brass Knuckles Heavyweight Championship and FMW Independent Heavyweight Championship on the March 19, 1999 pay-per-view. The event took place between December 9, 1998 and January 5, 1999.[34][35] Fuyuki himself participated in the tournament to get a title shot in case he lost the title before the pay-per-view.[36]

 
First RoundQuarter-FinalsSemi-FinalsFinal
 
              
 
December 9, 1998
 
 
HayabusaPin
 
ECW/FMW Supershow II
 
Gedo15:40
 
HayabusaPin
 
December 9, 1998
 
Hisakatsu Oya13:28
 
Kodo FuyukiPin
 
ECW/FMW Supershow II
 
Hisakatsu Oya10:58
 
Hisakatsu OyaPin
 
December 9, 1998
 
Tetsuhiro Kuroda13:42
 
Muhammad YonePin
 
ECW/FMW Supershow II
 
Gosaku Goshogawara9:36
 
Muhammad YonePin
 
December 9, 1998
 
Tetsuhiro Kuroda8:10
 
Tetsuhiro KurodaPin
 
January 5, 1999
 
Super Leather14:49
 
Hisakatsu OyaPin
 
ECW/FMW Supershow I
 
Mr. Gannosuke24:55
 
HidoPin
 
ECW/FMW Supershow II
 
Takeshi Ono5:46
 
HidoPin
 
ECW/FMW Supershow I
 
Masao Orihara5:33
 
Masao OriharaPin
 
ECW/FMW Supershow II
 
Ricky Fuji6:00
 
HidoPin
 
ECW/FMW Supershow I
 
Mr. Gannosuke2:22
 
Yukihiro KanemuraPin
 
ECW/FMW Supershow II
 
Hideki Hosaka8:53
 
Yukihiro KanemuraPin
 
ECW/FMW Supershow I
 
Mr. Gannosuke10:53
 
Mr. GannosukePin
 
 
Koji Nakagawa13:08
 

FMW Brass Knuckles Tag Team Championship Tournament (1999)Edit

The FMW Brass Knuckles Tag Team Championship Tournament was held for the FMW Brass Knuckles Tag Team Championship after previous champions Hayabusa and Daisuke Ikeda vacated the titles due to Ikeda's health problems. This was an eight-team round-robin tournament taking place between March 20 and May 3, 1999.[34][37][38]

Round-robin stage
Team Points
Hayabusa and Kodo Fuyuki 13
Masato Tanaka and Tetsuhiro Kuroda 10
Koji Nakagawa and Gedo 10
Daisuke Ikeda and Muhammad Yone 9
Mr. Gannosuke and Hisakatsu Oya 8
Hideki Hosaka and Super Leather 2
Armageddon (#1 and #2) 2
Yukihiro Kanemura and Hido 0
Knockout stage
 
Play-off
 
  
 
May 3
 
 
Masato Tanaka and Tetsuhiro KurodaPin
 
 
Koji Nakagawa and Gedo2:04
 
 
 
 
 
Final
 
 
May 3
 
 
Masato Tanaka and Tetsuhiro KurodaPin
 
 
Hayabusa and Kodo Fuyuki24:54
 

WEW 6-Man Tag Team Championship TournamentEdit

A tournament was set up for the newly created WEW 6-Man Tag Team Championship, which replaced FMW World Street Fight 6-Man Tag Team Championship in 1999. A four-team round-robin tournament took place between July 18 and July 31, 1999 during the Goodbye Hayabusa tour.[39]

Round-robin stage
Team Points
Kodo Fuyuki, Koji Nakagawa and Gedo 5
Mr. Gannosuke, Yukihiro Kanemura and Jado 3
Hayabusa, Masato Tanaka and Tetsuhiro Kuroda 2
Super Leather and Armageddon (#1 and #2) 2
Knockout stage
  Decision Semi-Finals Final
                           
  Hayabusa, Masato Tanaka and Tetsuhiro Kuroda Pin  
Super Leather, Armageddon #1 and Armageddon #2 4:03  
    Hayabusa, Masato Tanaka and Tetsuhiro Kuroda Pin  
      Mr. Gannosuke, Yukihiro Kanemura and Jado 20:55  
Mr. Gannosuke, Yukihiro Kanemura and Jado  
  BYE    
      Hayabusa, Masato Tanaka and Tetsuhiro Kuroda Pin
    Kodo Fuyuki, Koji Nakagawa and Gedo 10:20
       
     
  Kodo Fuyuki, Koji Nakagawa and Gedo  
      BYE    
Kodo Fuyuki, Koji Nakagawa and Gedo  
  BYE    

WEW Tag Team Championship TournamentEdit

The WEW Tag Team Championship Tournament was held for the WEW Tag Team Championship on December 21, 2001 after previous champions Hayabusa and Tetsuhiro Kuroda were forced to vacate the title due to Hayabusa's injury.[40]

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
         
Tetsuhiro Kuroda and Mr. Gannosuke Pin
GOEMON and Onryo 10:26
Tetsuhiro Kuroda and Mr. Gannosuke Pin
Sabu and Yoshihito Sasaki 8:03
Biomonster DNA and Leatherface Pin
Sabu and Yoshihito Sasaki 10:58
Tetsuhiro Kuroda and Mr. Gannosuke Pin
Kintaro Kanemura and Mammoth Sasaki 16:38
Super Crazy and Crazy Boy Pin
Mitsunobu Kikuzawa and NOSAWA 17:14
Super Crazy and Crazy Boy Pin
Kintaro Kanemura and Mammoth Sasaki 11:32
Kintaro Kanemura and Mammoth Sasaki Pin
Balls Mahoney and Horace Boulder 14:25

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