NJPW Battle Satellite★Tokyo Dome was a Special Event and Tournament produced by New Japan Pro Wrestling, which took place on April 24, 1989, at the Tokyo Dome in Tokyo, Japan.

It's the 7° edition of the Young Lions event series, after NJPW Spring Flare Up 1987: Young Lion Cup 1987 & IWGP Tag Team Title League Finals.

The event had an attendance of 53,600 fans. The main event of the show was Antonio Inoki vs, Shota Chochishvili.

Below you can find the full match card and results of NJPW Battle Satellite★Tokyo Dome, and more information about the event.

Event Info

  • Event Name NJPW Battle Satellite★Tokyo Dome

NJPW Battle Satellite★Tokyo Dome Results

  • Young Battle Dream Cup - Final

    Naoki Sano defeats Hiro Saito
  • IWGP Heavyweight Championship Tournament - Round 1

    Big Van Vader defeats Masahiro Chono
  • IWGP Heavyweight Championship Tournament - Round 1

    Tatsumi Fujinami defeats Vladimir Berkovich
  • IWGP Heavyweight Championship Tournament - Round 1

    Shinya Hashimoto defeats Riki Choshu
  • IWGP Heavyweight Championship Tournament - Round 1

    Big Van Vader defeats Masahiro Chono
  • "Japan-US Decisive Battle"

    Martial Arts Fight

    Benny Urquidez [US] vs. Shinya Asuka [Japan] ends in a Draw via Time limit
  • IWGP Heavyweight Championship Tournament - Semifinal

    Big Van Vader defeats Tatsumi Fujinami
  • IWGP Heavyweight Championship Tournament - Semifinal

    Shinya Hashimoto defeats Victor Zangiev
  • "Japan-Soviet Special Match"
    Wahka Eveloev [Soviet] defeats Masa Saito [Japan]
  • IWGP Heavyweight Championship Tournament - Final

    Big Van Vader defeats Shinya Hashimoto to win the vacant title
    (Special referee: Lou Thesz)
  • Super Strong Machine & George Takano defeat Hiroshi Hase & Shiro Koshinaka
    (Special referee: Lou Thesz)
  • Jushin Liger defeats Kuniaki Kobayashi
  • "US-Soviet Special Match"
    Salman Hashimikov [Soviet] defeats Crusher Bam Bam Bigelow [US]
  • NJPW Martial Arts Championship Mixed Martial Arts Fight

    Shota Chochishvili defeats Antonio Inoki (c) via KO at Round 5 to win the title
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