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Vladimir Kozlov in Inoki Genome Federation


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got this from Wiki

 

"On August 30, 2011, it was announced that Prudius would be making his first post-WWE appearance on September 3, working for the Japanese promotion Inoki Genome Federation (IGF) under his new ring name Alexander Kozlov."

 

now he's clearly nicked that name from Alex Kozlov (now Peter Orlov in FCW), so i wonder if this comes back to bite him...

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now he's clearly nicked that name from Alex Kozlov (now Peter Orlov in FCW), so i wonder if this comes back to bite him...

 

I wouldn't say that. Alexander is simply what his realname translates to (and is also one of the most stereotypical russian names) while not using the name Kozlov, which he got known as, would be rather stupid.

 

Anyway, as mentioned above, wiki is as crap as a source for wrestling news can be.

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Kozlov is indeed booked for the IGF show. Here's the card:

 

Inoki Genome Federation (IGF): GENOME17

September 3rd, 2011

Aichi Prefectural Gymnasium

 

1. Hikaru Sato & Daijiro Matsui vs. Akira Jo & Taka Kunou

2. Yuichiro ☆Jienetsu☆ Nagashima vs. Munenori Sawa

3. Alexander Kozlov vs. Erik Hammer

4. Tatsumi Fujinami 40th Anniversary Special Match: Tatsumi Fujinami vs. Yoshiaki Fujiwara

5. Shinichi Suzukawa vs. Atsushi Sawada

6. Peter Aerts vs. Hideki Suzuki

7. Bobby Lashley & Harry Smith vs. Kendo Kashin & Kazuyuki Fujita

8. IGF Title Match: Jerome Le Banner

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Inoki Genome 17 results (courtesy of www. purolove.com ):

 

1. Taka Kunou & Akira Jo beat Daijiro Matsui & Hikaru Sato (13:43) by Cross Kneelock from Kunou on Sato.

2. Yuichiro*Jienotsu*Nagashima beat Munenori Sawa (8:52) by Moonsault Press.

3. Eric Hammer beat Alexander Kozlov (2:44) by Pinfall.

4. Tatsumi Fujinami 40th Anniversary Match 5th: Tatsumi Fujinami beat Yoshiaki Fujiwara (6:53) by Backslide.

5. Shinichi Suzukawa beat Atsushi Sawada (11:42) by Referee Stop.

6. Peter Aerts beat Hideki Suzuki (7:48) by KO.

7. Kazuyuki Fujita & Kendo Kashin beat Bobby Lashley & Harry Smith (10:16)by Backdrop Hold from Fujita on Smith.

8. Jerome Le Banner beat Montanha Silva (4:56) by Referee Stop.

 

 

Kozlov lost in under 3 minutes.

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