Japanese Legend Coming To Pro Wrestling School Run By Harley Race

If you are not familiar with Japanese pro wrestling legend, Kenta Kobashi, then take a look to see how he was able to draw huge crowds in Japan for years.  In addition, he headlined a series of matches in the U.S. against Samoa Joe in Ring of Honor in the mid-2000’s.  Harley Race needs no introduction as he is a legend in the U.S. and around the world having dominated the scene in the 1970’s and mid-1980’s.

Here is a lengthy video (primarily in Japanese) about Kobashi coming to Race’s pro wrestling school to train some of Race’s students along with others from Japanese wrestling promotion NOAH.

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