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Pro Wrestling A-TEAM
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Acronym A-TEAM
Type Public
Founder(s) Tetsuhiro Kuroda
HASEGAWA
Owner(s) Tetsuhiro Kuroda
Headquarters Tokyo, Japan

Pro Wrestling A-TEAM is promotion founded by Tetsuhiro Kuroda and HASEGAWA in 2016. After the Apache Pro Wrestling Army last show Tetsuhiro Kuroda and HASEGAWA announced that a new promotion will be formed to replace the old Apache promotion. On February 25 HASEGAWA was announced as the General Manager and Tomohiko Hashimoto was named the representative of the promotion.

HistoryEdit

FormationEdit

On October 2, 2016, after Koji Kanemoto defending the WEW Heavyweight Championship against Hi69, Tomohiko Hashimoto challenged for the belt, but it was decided that Kintaro Kanemura will be receiving the last title challenge following Apache's last show due to Kintaro Kanemura retiring. On December 25 during Apache's last show it was announced that Kanemura was the last WEW Heavyweight Champions which he defeated Kanemoto to become the final champion. Also, it was announced that Tetsuhiro Kuroda and HASEGAWA announced that new promotion that will be formed in 2017. Which they dubbed as A-TEAM. Their first show is expected to be held on April 15 at the Kitasenju Theater 1010 in Tokyo. HASEGAWA stated that the WEW Heavyweight belt will be sealed with Kanemura as the final champion to hold the belt due to retiring from on its 27th anniversary of his pro-wrestling debut. Though the WEW Tag Team Championship will continue to be contested in the promotion.

On February 25, 2017, HASEGAWA was announced as the General Manager and Tomohiko Hashimoto was named the representative of the promotion and also was announced that Tatsuhito Takaiwa and Tetsuhiro Kuroda will be defending the WEW Tag Team Champions against Tomohiko Hashimoto and Masashi Takeda on the debut show on April 16 in Kita-Senju. On March 3 A-TEAM announced the creations of two more champions the WEW Openweight Championship and the WEW Junior Heavyweight Championship.

A-TEAM Take offEdit

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Take off poster

Was the first event promoted by Pro Wrestling A-TEAM and it featured appearances from various freelancers (Rion Mizuki, Keiichi Sato, Blue Shark and Masashi Takeda), as well two wrestler from Dramatic Dream Team (Tomomitsu Matsunaga and Hoshitango), one wrestler from Pro Wrestling Freedoms (Jun Kasai). The event lasted one hour and twenty minutes. In the main event Tomohiko Hashimoto and Masashi Takeda defeated Tatsuhito Takaiwa and Tetsuhiro Kuroda to become the new WEW Tag Team Champions.

# Results Stipulations Times
1 Daisaku Ikeda defeated Takumi Sakurai Singles match 11:59
2 Blue Shark defeated Iori Sugawara Singles match 7:42
3 Tomomitsu Matsunaga and Hoshitango defeated Hazard and Terio Terao Tag team match 13:50
4 LEONA and Yosuke Enomoto defeated Rion Mizuki and Keiichi Sato Tag team match 11:30
5 Tatsuo Nakano defeated Daisaku Shimoda Singles match 3:50
6 Jun Kasai defeated HASEGAWA Barbed Wire Board Tables Deathmatch 15:38
7 Tomohiko Hashimoto and Masashi Takeda defeated Tatsuhito Takaiwa and Tetsuhiro Kuroda (c) Tag Team match for the WEW Tag Team Championship 13:40

2017Edit

A-TEAM began running regular tours right after the Take Off; the first tour ran until May 21 and the second from August 11. A-TEAM introduce thier championships the WEW Openweight and WEW Junior Heavyweight Championships and the junior is set to be crown in the second tour.

Current rosterEdit

ChampionshipsEdit

CurrentEdit

Championship Current champion(s) Reign Date won Days held
WEW Openweight Championship WEW Openweight TBD 1
WEW Junior Heavyweight Championship WEW Junior Heavyweight HASEGAWA 1 September 23, 2017 25+
WEW Tag Team Championship Wewtag HASEGAWA and Daisuke Ikeda 1 October 7, 2017 11+

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