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The Rock Reveals What He Thinks About AEW (Video)

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (April 13, 1990) – WWF/AJPW/NJPW Wrestling Summit

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on April 13, 1990, the WWF/AJPW/NJPW Wrestling Summit was broadcasted from the Tokyo Dome in Tokyo, Japan and aired live on japanese television.

This was a co-produced show by Vince McMahon’s World Wrestling Federation, Antonio Inoki’s New Japan Pro Wrestling and Giant Baba’s All Japan Pro Wrestling.

Here are the results from the event:

Dan Kroffat, Doug Furnas & Joe Malenko defeated Samson Fuyuki, Tatsumi Kitahara & Toshiaki Kawada

Jushin Thunder Liger defeated Akira Nogami

Jimmy Snuka & Tito Santana defeated Kenta Kobashi & Masanobu Fuchi

Bret Hart wrestled Tiger Mask to a time-limit-draw

The Great Kabuki defeated Greg Valentine

Jake Roberts defeated The Big Boss Man

IWGP Tag Team Title Match: Masa Saito & Shinya Hashimoto (c) defeated Masahiro Chono & Riki Choshu

Jumbo Tsuruta & King Haku defeated Mr. Perfect & Rick Martel

Genichiro Tenryu defeated Randy Savage

WWF World Heavyweight Title Match: The Ultimate Warrior (c) defeated Ted DiBiase

Non-Title match: Andre The Giant & Giant Baba defeated Demolition (c)

Hulk Hogan defeated Stan Hansen (12:30)

• The Rock Reveals What He Thinks About AEW (Video)

During a recent live stream on Instagram, Old School WWF Legend The Rock was asked if he watches All Elite Wrestling.

Below is what The Rock said about watching AEW:

“Yeah I watch AEW, of course I do. I’m very happy for the success of that company because it’s always a good thing and it creates a hunger which is good.”

You can watch this below:

Speaking of The Rock, he also tweeted about a promo from Cody Rhodes on AEW Dynamite last year:

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