The term "puroresu" is an abbreviation of "purofesshonaru resuringu (professional wrestling in Japanese tongue)" and was made famous by Hisaharu Tanabe to the English-speaking audience around 1990 in order to distinguish between the Japanese style and its American counterpart. Because of Internet and newsletters, there has been more access to puroresu in recent years, thus generating a bigger following in other countries.
History of Super J Cup tournaments, list of the moves by wrestlers, match/tape review, biographies.
Official site of fighting events produced by a legendary pro-wrestler Antonio Inoki. Features many pro-wrestlers.
Resource site since 1995. News, history of the sport from the mythological era to present, championship histories, event schedule, articles, interviews, message forum, list of organizations, photo gallery, and market place.
News, puroresu dictionary, title histories, wrestler information, and multimedia files.
A puroresu anime site including episode list, character profiles, message board, and printed comic information.
Results of the tournaments and major cards from 1950s to the present. Also includes the results from mixed martial arts events.
Video tape reviews, list of favorite matches, and biographies of wrestlers.
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