In a spectacular event, Legends Of Wrestling fight on a bullet train traveling at 180 mph in Japan

Professional wrestling and high-speed train travel merged in an unexpected and spectacular event on one of Japan’s famous bullet trains, known as the Shinkansen.

The event featured a series of exciting matches on a fast bullet train between well-known Japanese fighters. Several measures were taken to safeguard the safety of the fighters and others on board.

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When did the wrestling match take place?

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The fight, which took place on Monday (September 18), featured professional Japanese fighters who demonstrated their skills even while traveling on a crowded bullet train.

Where did the wrestling match take place?

The event organizer transformed the train car into a wrestling ring. Organizers billed the event as the first of its kind, in which wrestlers threw punches inside the moving bullet train. During the match, the train was running between Tokyo and Nagoya.

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When Japanese wrestlers Minoru Suzuki and Sanshiro Takagi fought inside the Nozomi Shinkansen train, it traveled at a speed of up to 285 kilometers per hour.

The crowd was made up of all the passengers cheering on the fighters while watching the fight.

Who were the fighters in this fight?

The fight was between two Japanese fighters, Minoru Suzuki and Sanshiro Takagi. More fighters made special cameos in the game. In addition to a referee to monitor the game.

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Who organized this bullet train wrestling match?

DDT Pro-Wrestling, the organizers of the event, rented the entire bullet train car to host the match. The 75 available places were sold out in less than 30 minutes.

However, protocols existed before the fight.

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According to media reports, the fighters were asked not to damage any part of the train’s interior. After the wrestling competition, some of the players took the train back to their homes.

Who won the fight?

The winner of the game, 55-year-old Minoru Suzuki, emerged victorious. The exciting action lasted approximately 30 minutes. Suzuki even performed a Gotch Piledriver and placed his opponent in the aisle of the train to the delight of those watching from his seats. Suzuki’s victory made him one of the few wrestlers to triumph while the match was in motion.

The Bullet Train Driver and DDT-Pro Wrestling have raised the bar for originality and audience participation. It serves as a reminder that unforgettable moments can happen in the most unlikely of settings.

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Their partnership has proven that companies can create memorable experiences that stay with people long after the event is over by thinking outside the box.

Let us keep in mind the excitement and delight that the bullet train fight offered passengers on that wonderful journey from Tokyo to Nagoya as we anticipate future partnerships and creative events.

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