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01/16OBITUARY: Katsuhisa Shibata (66) [myocardial Infarction]
02/01OBITUARY: Jack Brisco (68)
03/10Keiji Mutoh & Masakatsu Funaki vacate the World Tag Team Title (All Japan) when Mutoh has knee injury.
03/21Ryota Hama defeat Satoshi Kojima to win the Triple Crown Heavyweight Title in Tokyo.
03/27Antonio Inoki becomes the first Japanese to be inducted to the WWE Hall of Fame in Phoenix, AZ.
04/14OBITUARY: Gene Kiniski (81) [cancer]
04/21Ryusuke Taguchi & Prince Devitt vacate the IWGP Junior Tag Team Title.
OBITUARY: "Mr. Hito" Katsuji Adachi (67) [diabetes]
05/02Minoru Suzuki defeat Ryota Hama to win the Triple Crown Heavyweight Title in Nagoya.
05/03Togi Makabe defeats Shinsuke Nakamura to win the IWGP Heavyweight Title in Fukuoka.
05/08Koji Kanemoto & El Samurai defeat Ryusuke Taguchi & Prince Devitt in a one-night 8-team tournament final to win the vacant IWGP Junior Tag Team Title in Tokyo.
05/10OBITUARY: Kinji Shibuya (88)
05/24OBITUARY: Rusher Kimura (68) [aspiration pneumonia]
06/13Prince Devitt defeats Kota Ibushi at Korakuen Hall to win the Best of the Super Junior XVII.
06/20Kenta Kobashi announced his wedding with an enka singer Mai Mizuki to take place in the fall, followed by a reception ceremony in the spring of 2011.
07/04Taiyo Kea & Akebono defeat Suwama & Ryota Hama for the vacant World Tag Team Title (All Japan) in Osaka.
07/19Ryusuke Taguchi & Prince Devitt defeat Koji Kanemoto & El Samurai to win the IWGP Junior Tag Team Title in Sapporo.
08/03On a DDT card, Muscle Sakai announce his retirement on 2010/10/06.
08/15Satoshi Kojima, who has recently left All Japan, defetas Hiroshi Tanahashi at Ryogokoku Kokugikan to win the G1 Climax for the first time.
08/20WWE holds a card at Ryogoku Kokugikan. John Cena wrestles in Japan for the first time in five years. Yoshi Tatsu, a former New Japan wrestler Naofumi Yamamoto, has his first match since sigining with WWE, losing to Chris Jericho.
08/28OBITUARY: Kotetsu Yamamoto (68) [hypoxic encephalopathy]
08/29Suwama defeat Minoru Suzuki to win the Triple Crown Heavyweight Title in Tokyo.









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