Puroresu Spirit ~ Keeping the Spirit Alive

Sep 20

K-DOJO results for September 20, 2014 + Upcoming shows

imageKAIENTAI DOJO “CLUB-K 3000”, 9/20/2014 [Sat] 18:30 @ Blue Field in Chiba

(1) Tank Nagai & Yuma vs. Kotaro Yoshino & Tearun Shisa
Winner: Tank (10:35) following a Spear Tackle on Yoshino.

(2) Bambi vs. Kunio Toshima
Winner: Bambi (2:33) after using the whip 3 times on Toshima.

(3) Ricky Fuji & NASU Banderas vs. Kaji Tomato & Hiroshi Fukuda [UNION]
Winner: Fukuda (12:50) with a European Clutch on Fuji.

(4) Kaioh vs Reverse Kaioh: Kengo Mashimo vs. Yoshihiro Horaguchi
Winner: Mashimo (11:01) with the Mudo.

(5) 3WAY Tag Match: Yuji Hino & Hi69 [FREE] vs. Daigoro Kashiwa & Ryuichi Sekine vs. Shiori Asahi & Hiro Tonai
Winner: Tonai (10:05) with a Jumping Rolling Armbar on Sekine.

Upcoming shows…
K-DOJO, 9/23/2014 [Tue] 16:00 @ Tobu Sports Club Preon Funabashi Arena in Chiba
() Hiro Tonai & Yoshihiro Horaguchi vs. Kaji Tomato & Bambi
() Shiori Asahi & Kotaro Yoshino vs. Saburo Inematsu & Ryuichi Sekine
() Daigoro Kashiwa vs. Tearun Shisa
() K-DOJO vs FREEDOMS: Ricky Fuji & Marines Mask vs. Kenji Fukimoto & Toru Sugiura
() 6 Man Tag Match: Yuji Hino, Hi69 [FREE] & Funabashi vs. Tank Nagai, Kunio Toshima & Yuma

K-DOJO “CLUB-K TOUR in TOWADA”, 9/28/2014 [Sun] 13:00 @ Towada Kinro Seishonen Home Gymnasium in Aomori
() HANZO [Wrestle Gate] vs. Kotaro Yoshino
() Bambi & Kikutaro vs. Aoi Ishibashi & Tsubo Genjin
() Michinoku Pro Wrestling Revival: Super Delfin & Jinsei Shinzaki TAKA Michinoku vs. Kaji Tomato, Marines Mask & Tearun Shisa
() FMW Revival: Ricky Fuji & Hideki Suzuki vs. Saburo Inematsu & Yoshihiro Horaguchi
() Ryuichi Sekine vs. Tomoaki Honma [FREE]
() Towada Special 6 Man Tag Match: Minoru Suzuki [Pancrase MISSION], TAKA Michinoku & Taichi [NJPW] vs. TAJIRI [W-1], Atsushi Maruyama [FREE] & Rui Hyugaji [Michinoku]
() 6 Man Tag Match: Yuji Hino, Hiro Tonai & Yuki Sato vs. Kengo Mashimo, Tank Nagai & Yuma

K-DOJO “K-UP IMPACT 7”, 10/26/2014 [Sun] 12:00 @ Shinjuku FACE in Tokyo
(-) Saburo Inematsu, Daigoro Kashiwa & Ryuichi Sekine vs. Ichiro Yaguchi, Hideki Suzuki & Ricky Fuji
(-) Yuji Hino & Shiori Asahi vs. Go Shiozaki [AJPW] & Kotaro Suzuki [AJPW]

AJPW [2014 Royal Road Tournament Day 3] results for September 20, 2014

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All Japan Pro-Wrestling “2nd Royal Road Tournament ~ 2014 Open Championship”, 9/20/2014 [Sat] 18:00 @ Nishitetsu Hall in Fukuoka

(1) Atsushi Aoki & Koji Niizumi [Kageki] vs. Kotaro Suzuki & Yohei Nakajima
Winner: Kotaro () following the Blue Destiny on Shinizumi.

(2) SUSHI & Aztec [Kageki] vs. KENSO & Azure Dragon [Kageki]
Winner: Aztec () over Azure.

(3) Akebono & Yutaka Yoshie [FREE] vs. The Bodyguard & KING [Kageki]
Winner: Akebono () following the Yokozuna Impact on KING.

(4) Royal Road Tournament 2nd Round Match: Kento Miyahara vs. Yoshinobu Kanemaru
Winner: Kento () following the Heart Break.
~ Kento moves on to the semi-final match on 9/22.

(5) Joe Doering, Suwama & Hikaru Sato vs. Jun Akiyama, Takao Omori & Ultimo Dragon
Winner: Akiyama () following the Wrist Clutch style Exploder on Hikaru.
~ Suwama and Omori confronted one another after the match. Suwama stated that he is eager to exact some revenge against Takao Omori in the Oudou Tournament following their match in the Champion Carnival earlier this year.

(6) Royal Road Tournament 2nd Round Match: Go Shiozaki vs. Zeus
Winner: Shiozaki () following the Go Flasher.
~ Go moves on the semi-final match on 9/22 against his fellow Xceed teammate Kento Miyahara.

All Japan Event Cards for September & October 2014
http://puroresuspirit.wordpress.com/2014/09/04/all-japan-event-cards-for-september-october-2014/

All Japan Pro-Wrestling “2nd Royal Road Tournament ~ 2014 Open Championship”, 9/21/2014 [Sun] 16:00 @ Kaiyko Messe Shimonoseki in Yamaguchi

() KENSO vs. Hikaru Sato
() Yoshinobu Kanemaru vs. Aztec [Kageki]
() Jun Akiyama, Zeus [FREE] & Ultimo Dragon [Toryumon MEXICO] vs. Go Shiozaki, Kento Miyahara & Yohei Nakajima
() Joe Doering & Atsushi Aoki vs. Yutaka Yoshie & SUSHI

() Royal Road Tournament 2nd Round Match: Akebono vs. Kotaro Suzuki
() Royal Road Tournament 2nd Round Match: Takao Omori vs. Suwama

All Japan Pro-Wrestling “2nd Royal Road Tournament ~ 2014 Open Championship”, 9/22/2014 [Mon] 18:30 @ Nagasaki NCC & Studio

~ Scheduled to compete: Kengo Mashimo [K-DOJO] & Masayuki Mitomi [UNION]

() Royal Road Tournament Semi-Final Match: Kento Miyahara vs. Go Shiozaki
() Royal Road Tournament Semi-Final Match: Winner of Suwama/Omori vs. Winner of Kotaro/Akebono

Sep 19

ZERO1 [World Heavy: Masa Funaki vs Kohei Sato + Tag, UN, and Junior Defenses] results for September 19, 2014

imagePro Wrestling Zero1 “Tenkaichi Special”, 9/19/2014 [Sun] 19:00 @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo

(1) International Junior & NWA World Junior Heavyweight Championship Match: [113th & 13th Champion] Jason Lee vs. [Challenger] Mineo Fujita
Winner: Mineo (11:20) following a Swanton Bomb.
~ Champion falls on his 3rd title defense. Mineo becomes the 114th International Juniior and 14th World Junior Champion.
~ Mineo was in tears as he thanked everyone for letting his dreams be possible.

(2) NWA International Light Heavy Tag Championship Match: [15th Champions] Billyken Kid & Atsushi Maruyama vs. [Challengers] Takuya Sugawara & “brother” YASSHI
Winner: YASSHI (13:20) following a Tombstone Piledriver on Maruyama.
~ Champions fall on their 2nd title defense. YASSHI & Sugawara become the 16th generation champions.
~ YASSHI stated that it is time for the belts to reformed now that him and Sugawara hold the belts.

(3) Ryoji Sai & Yusaku Obata vs. KAMIKAZE & TARU
Winner: Sai (16:13) following the Nachi no Taki (Diving Foot Stomp) on KAMIKAZE.
 
(4) Akebono ZERO1 Return Match: Akebono [AJPW] & Daisuke Sekimoto [BJW] vs. Shinjiro Otani & Yoshikazu Yokoyama
Winner: Akebono (18:17) following the Yokozuna Impact on Yokoyama.
~ Akebono stated that ZERO64 (team of Akebono and Sekimoto) is back and stronger than ever.

(5) NWA UN Heavyweight Championship Match: [22nd Champion] Hideki Suzuki vs. [Challenger] Daemon Ueda
Winner: Hideki (16:12) following a Double Arm Suplex.
~ 1st successful title defense.

(6) ZERO1 World Heavyweight Championship Match: [17th Champion] Masakatsu Funaki vs. [Challenger] Kohei Sato
Winner: Kohei (9:17) with a German Suplex Hold.
~ Champion falls on his 2nd title defense. Kohei becomes the 18th generation champion.
~ Kohei recaptures after losing to Funaki a couple months back.
~ The Fire Festival 2014 winner Ryoji Sai and the UN Heavyweight Champion Hideki Suzuki came out to challenge the new champion.
~ Appears a potential triple threat could be setup.

(7) NWA Intercontinental Tag Championship Match: [30th Champions] Masato Tanaka & Takashi Sugiura (NOAH) vs. [Challengers] Ikuto Hidaka & Fujita “Jr” Hayato
Winner: Tanaka (22:16) following the Sliding D on Hidaka.
~ 2nd successful title defense.
~ The champion team emerge successful in the Dangan Yankees showdown. Respect was shown between all 4 men for the match.
~ Sugiura and Tanaka remain double crown champions with the GHC Tag belts as well.

Sep 18

AJPW [2014 Royal Road Tournament Day 2] results for September 18, 2014

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All Japan Pro-Wrestling “2nd Royal Road Tournament ~ 2014 Open Championship”, 9/18/2014 [Thu] 18:30 @ Toyohashi Gymnasium Sub-Arena in Aichi

(1) Jun Akiyama & Yohei Nakajima vs. KENSO & Takeshi Minamino
Winner: KENSO (12:03) following the Hagakure on Yohei.

(2) Royal Road Tournament 1st Round Match: Yoshinobu Kanemaru vs. Hikaru Sato [Pancrase MISSION]
Winner: Kanemaru (14:00) following the Touch-Out.

(3) Royal Road Tournament 1st Round Match: SUSHI vs. Zeus [FREE]
Winner: Zues (10:06) with a Jackhammer.

(4) Royal Road Tournament 1st Round Match: Takao Omori vs. The Bodyguard
Winner: Omori (14:01) following the Axe Bomber.

(5) Royal Road Tournament 1st Round Match: Akebono vs. Yutaka Yoshie [FREE]
Winner: Akebono (7:26) following the Yokozuna Impact.

(6) 6 Man Tag Match: Joe Doering, Suwama & Atsushi Aoki vs. Go Shiozaki, Kento Miyahara & Kotaro Suzuki
Winner: Doering (14:08) with the Revolution Bomb on Kotaro.

All Japan Event Cards for September & October 2014
http://puroresuspirit.wordpress.com/2014/09/04/all-japan-event-cards-for-september-october-2014/

Updates for upcoming events…

All Japan Pro-Wrestling “2nd Royal Road Tournament ~ 2014 Open Championship”, 9/20/2014 [Sat] 18:00 @ Nishitetsu Hall in Fukuoka

() SUSHI & Aztec [Kageki] vs. KENSO & Azure Dragon [Kageki]
() Atsushi Aoki & Koji Niizumi [Kageki] vs. Kotaro Suzuki & Yohei Nakajima
() Akebono & Yutaka Yoshie [FREE] vs. The Bodyguard & KING [Kageki]

() Royal Road Tournament 2nd Round Match: Kento Miyahara vs. Yoshinobu Kanemaru
() Royal Road Tournament 2nd Round Match: Go Shiozaki vs. Zeus

() Joe Doering, Suwama & Hikaru Sato vs. Jun Akiyama, Takao Omori & Ultimo Dragon

All Japan Pro-Wrestling “2nd Royal Road Tournament ~ 2014 Open Championship”, 9/21/2014 [Sun] 16:00 @ Kaiyko Messe Shimonoseki in Yamaguchi

() KENSO vs. Hikaru Sato
() Yoshinobu Kanemaru vs. Aztec [Kageki]
() Jun Akiyama, Zeus [FREE] & Ultimo Dragon [Toryumon MEXICO] vs. Go Shiozaki, Kento Miyahara & Yohei Nakajima
() Joe Doering & Atsushi Aoki vs. Yutaka Yoshie & SUSHI

() Royal Road Tournament 2nd Round Match: Akebono vs. Kotaro Suzuki
() Royal Road Tournament 2nd Round Match: Takao Omori vs. Suwama

All Japan Pro-Wrestling “2nd Royal Road Tournament ~ 2014 Open Championship”, 9/22/2014 [Mon] 18:30 @ Nagasaki NCC & Studio

~ Scheduled to compete: Kengo Mashimo [K-DOJO] & Masayuki Mitomi [UNION]

() Royal Road Tournament Semi-Final Match: Winner of Kento/Kanemaru vs. Winner of Zeus/Shiozaki
() Royal Road Tournament Semi-Final Match: Winner of Suwama/Omori vs. Winner of Kotaro/Akebono

Real Japan results for September 18, 2014

imageReal Japan Pro-Wrestling “Strong Style”, 10/18/2014 [Thu] 18:30 @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo

(1) Super Rider & Gran Hamada vs. Kenji Takeshima & Kotaro Nasu
Winner: Hamada (8:35) with a Cross Armbar on Takeshima.

(2) Mitsuo Momota & Shingo Garyu vs. Kazuhiko Ogasawara & “2nd Generation Rikidozan” Chikara
Winner: Momota (9:37) following a Backdrop on Chikara.

(3) Ultimo Dragon & Hayato Mashita vs. Masao Orihara & Wakashoyo
Winner: Dragon (9:38) with a Backslide on Wakashoyo.

~ Takatoriki came out and announced that he wants his second match to be alongside Tiger Mask. Tiger Mask agreed that it should happen.
~ It appears the match will be a part of the next show on December 5th at the Korakuen Hall.

(4) Yuki Ishikawa & Hideki Suzuki vs. Alexander Otsuka & Daisuke Sekimoto
Winner: Yuki (12:25) with a Cross Kneebar on Otsuka.

(5) Minoru Suzuki & Super Tiger vs. Akitoshi Saito & Masato Shibata
Winner: Suzuki (17:59) following the Gotch style Piledriver on Masato.
~ Super Tiger stated that he wants another singles match against Minoru Suzuki sometime within the next year. Their last meeting being roughly 3 and a half years ago.

(6) The First Tiger Mask, Tatsumi Fujinami & Masakatsu Funaki vs. Koji Kanemoto, Great Tiger & Taka Kunou
Winner: First Tiger (17:18) following a Diving Headbutt on Great Tiger.
~ First Tiger returns from being sidelined looking as “strong” as ever. Earlier in the show he stated that he is 100% and hasn’t felt this good in a while.

Sep 17

[NOAH News] Pro Wrestling Noah held a signing ceremony for the upcoming GHC Junior Heavyweight match between (champion) Daisuke Harada and (challenger) Shiori Asahi on September 21st.Asahi currently holds a pin fall over Harada following the Junior Tag League earlier this Summer and challenged the champion to put the belt on the line. Harada took no time to accept the challenge as he must seek revenge for suffering a loss. The two have met in the past before as well stemming back to Harada’s time in Osaka Pro-Wrestling roughly 5 years ago.Asahi stated that Harada has indeed grown quite a bit in the last few years, but he knows the chance that is in front of him and he wants to capture the belt. If nothing else but to showcase a culmination of his own career. Harada stated that he has much respect for his senior and is a very talented technician in the ring, if not one of the best. Though this is his time to shine as champion and he will do his best to keep the belt in its home field.Below is the announced card for the show…
Pro Wrestling Noah “Shiny Navig. 2014″, 9/21/2014 [Sun] 12:00 @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo

(1) NEW Leader vs Growing Bear: Genba Hirayanagi vs. Hitoshi Kumano (2) Physical Force to Clash: Quiet Storm [FREE] vs. Mitsuhiro Kitamiya (3) Muhammed Bombers vs Establish one’s Styles: Muhammed Yone & Daisuke Ikeda vs. Yoshinari Ogawa & Masao Inoue [FREE] (4) NO MERCY vs TMDK: Takashi Sugiura & Akitoshi Saito vs. Mikey Nicholls & Shane Haste

(5) GHC Junior Heavyweight Championship Match: [27th Champion] Daisuke Harada vs. [Challenger] Shiori Asahi (K-DOJO)~ 5th title defense.
(6) GHC Heavyweight Prelude BRAVE vs Chokibogun Captain Fall Elimination Match: Naomichi Marufuji, Katsuhiko Nakajima [DIAMOND RING], Taiji Ishimori & Atsushi Kotoge vs. Maybach Taniguchi, Takeshi Morishima, Kenou [MichiPro] & Hajime Ohara [FREE]NOAH Event Cards for September & October 2014http://puroresuspirit.wordpress.com/2014/09/05/noah-event-cards-for-september-october-2014/

[NOAH News] Pro Wrestling Noah held a signing ceremony for the upcoming GHC Junior Heavyweight match between (champion) Daisuke Harada and (challenger) Shiori Asahi on September 21st.

Asahi currently holds a pin fall over Harada following the Junior Tag League earlier this Summer and challenged the champion to put the belt on the line. Harada took no time to accept the challenge as he must seek revenge for suffering a loss. The two have met in the past before as well stemming back to Harada’s time in Osaka Pro-Wrestling roughly 5 years ago.

Asahi stated that Harada has indeed grown quite a bit in the last few years, but he knows the chance that is in front of him and he wants to capture the belt. If nothing else but to showcase a culmination of his own career. Harada stated that he has much respect for his senior and is a very talented technician in the ring, if not one of the best. Though this is his time to shine as champion and he will do his best to keep the belt in its home field.

Below is the announced card for the show…

Pro Wrestling Noah “Shiny Navig. 2014″, 9/21/2014 [Sun] 12:00 @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo

(1) NEW Leader vs Growing Bear: Genba Hirayanagi vs. Hitoshi Kumano
(2) Physical Force to Clash: Quiet Storm [FREE] vs. Mitsuhiro Kitamiya
(3) Muhammed Bombers vs Establish one’s Styles: Muhammed Yone & Daisuke Ikeda vs. Yoshinari Ogawa & Masao Inoue [FREE]
(4) NO MERCY vs TMDK: Takashi Sugiura & Akitoshi Saito vs. Mikey Nicholls & Shane Haste

(5) GHC Junior Heavyweight Championship Match: [27th Champion] Daisuke Harada vs. [Challenger] Shiori Asahi (K-DOJO)
~ 5th title defense.

(6) GHC Heavyweight Prelude BRAVE vs Chokibogun Captain Fall Elimination Match: Naomichi Marufuji, Katsuhiko Nakajima [DIAMOND RING], Taiji Ishimori & Atsushi Kotoge vs. Maybach Taniguchi, Takeshi Morishima, Kenou [MichiPro] & Hajime Ohara [FREE]

NOAH Event Cards for September & October 2014
http://puroresuspirit.wordpress.com/2014/09/05/noah-event-cards-for-september-october-2014/

[BJW News] Big Japan announced that Shinya Ishikawa will be retiring as a professional wrestler.Shinya stated that he is 30 years old and has a family that he needs to take care of first and foremost, and that he wants to separate himself from pro-wrestling at this time.Shinya has been wrestling since March of 2008 and “was” the current reigning BJW World Strong Heavyweight Champion, which he won back in February of this year. Shinya though suffered a shoulder injury in August and is currently unable to compete because of it.Shinya’s retirement ceremony will be held on the upcoming Korakuen Hall show on September 23rd. BJW thanks all the fans who have supported Shinya over the years and hopes that everyone comes out to cheer for him one last time.

[BJW News] Big Japan announced that Shinya Ishikawa will be retiring as a professional wrestler.

Shinya stated that he is 30 years old and has a family that he needs to take care of first and foremost, and that he wants to separate himself from pro-wrestling at this time.

Shinya has been wrestling since March of 2008 and “was” the current reigning BJW World Strong Heavyweight Champion, which he won back in February of this year. Shinya though suffered a shoulder injury in August and is currently unable to compete because of it.

Shinya’s retirement ceremony will be held on the upcoming Korakuen Hall show on September 23rd. BJW thanks all the fans who have supported Shinya over the years and hopes that everyone comes out to cheer for him one last time.

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Sep 16

A 30th year anniversary party was held for Masahiro Chono to celebrate his career as a pro-wrestler. The event took place at the Cerulean Tower Tokyu Hotel in which roughly 250 were in attendance from pro-wrestlers, officials, as well as many friends and family.During the event Chono announced that he will be starting a new program called the “New World Awards Sports Life Association” (ニューワールドアワーズスポーツ救命協会/Nyuwarudo awazu supotsu kyumei kyokai). Chono stated that he has had too many friends pass away at a young age, namely Shinya Hashimoto and Mitsuharu Misawa, and he is fully involved in educational activities and awareness in regards to athletic sports.Chono also made mention that he is not fully retired, yet, from the business but he will continue to compete as he is able. He did not shoot down the idea of possibly celebrating his 40th anniversary in some capacity.Pictured above: Keiji Mutoh, Masahiro Chono, and Daichi HashimotoBelow: Chono with his wife and daughter.

A 30th year anniversary party was held for Masahiro Chono to celebrate his career as a pro-wrestler. The event took place at the Cerulean Tower Tokyu Hotel in which roughly 250 were in attendance from pro-wrestlers, officials, as well as many friends and family.

During the event Chono announced that he will be starting a new program called the “New World Awards Sports Life Association” (ニューワールドアワーズスポーツ救命協会/Nyuwarudo awazu supotsu kyumei kyokai). Chono stated that he has had too many friends pass away at a young age, namely Shinya Hashimoto and Mitsuharu Misawa, and he is fully involved in educational activities and awareness in regards to athletic sports.

Chono also made mention that he is not fully retired, yet, from the business but he will continue to compete as he is able. He did not shoot down the idea of possibly celebrating his 40th anniversary in some capacity.

Pictured above: Keiji Mutoh, Masahiro Chono, and Daichi Hashimoto
Below: Chono with his wife and daughter.

[Fortune Dream News] Kenta Kobashi announced that his second ever produced Fortune Dream show will be held on December 10th at the Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, Japan. Kobashi aims to continue promoting his own mix of dream match shows, as he sees fitting, and as talent permitting. Kobashi once more made mention of conflicting schedules with Noah and W-1 which caused the first show in June to be missing some talent that he wanted to feature. Kobashi’s first show in June was nothing short of a standout event and featured a few “heated” match-up’s. He aims to see what will happen once more with the card that he has put together this time around.Kobashi announced that the main event will feature a champion, let alone a big foreign wrestler, in All Japan’s Triple Crown champion Joe Doering. Joe has proven to be one of the strongest in recent years and Kobashi felt that he had to give him a place on the show. Joe will be teaming with a fellow strong man in his own right in DRAGON GATE’s Shingo Takagi as they take on the team of up-and-coming Kento Miyahara and the MVP of the first FD show Yuji Hino.Kobashi stated that the very first show surpassed his initial expectations and he hopes that the second show is even greater than the first.The show will feature 7, technically 6, matches with 13 promotions being represented in total. The full show has been announced in which you can see the full event card below…Nissan Century Securities PRESENTS Fortune Dream 2, 12/10/2014 [Wed] 18:30 @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo(1) Hayato Mashita [RJPW] vs. Minoru Tanaka [W-1](2) Kairi Hojo [Stardom] vs. Meiko Satomura [Sendai Girls](3)  Koji Kanemoto [FREE] & Kazuki Hashimoto [BJW] vs. Masaaki Mochizuki [DG] & Yoshinobu Kanemaru [AJPW](4) Shane Haste [NOAH] & Quiet Storm [FREE] vs. Shuji Ishikawa [UNION] & Tank Nagai [K-DOJO](5) Talk Battle (Talk Show): Kenta Kobashi [Fortune KK]] vs. Genichiro Tenryu [Tenryu Project](6) Kohei Sato [ZERO1], Katsuhiko Nakajima [DIAMOND RING] & Takumi Sano [FREE] vs. Takashi Sugiura [NOAH], Daisuke Sekimoto [BJW] & Shiro Koshinaka [FREE](7) Yuji Hino [K-DOJO] & Kento Miyahara [AJPW] vs. Joe Doering [AJPW] & Shingo Takagi [DG]

[Fortune Dream News] Kenta Kobashi announced that his second ever produced Fortune Dream show will be held on December 10th at the Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, Japan.

Kobashi aims to continue promoting his own mix of dream match shows, as he sees fitting, and as talent permitting. Kobashi once more made mention of conflicting schedules with Noah and W-1 which caused the first show in June to be missing some talent that he wanted to feature. Kobashi’s first show in June was nothing short of a standout event and featured a few “heated” match-up’s. He aims to see what will happen once more with the card that he has put together this time around.

Kobashi announced that the main event will feature a champion, let alone a big foreign wrestler, in All Japan’s Triple Crown champion Joe Doering. Joe has proven to be one of the strongest in recent years and Kobashi felt that he had to give him a place on the show. Joe will be teaming with a fellow strong man in his own right in DRAGON GATE’s Shingo Takagi as they take on the team of up-and-coming Kento Miyahara and the MVP of the first FD show Yuji Hino.

Kobashi stated that the very first show surpassed his initial expectations and he hopes that the second show is even greater than the first.

The show will feature 7, technically 6, matches with 13 promotions being represented in total. The full show has been announced in which you can see the full event card below…

Nissan Century Securities PRESENTS Fortune Dream 2, 12/10/2014 [Wed] 18:30 @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo

(1) Hayato Mashita [RJPW] vs. Minoru Tanaka [W-1]
(2) Kairi Hojo [Stardom] vs. Meiko Satomura [
Sendai Girls]
(3)
Koji Kanemoto [FREE] & Kazuki Hashimoto [BJW] vs. Masaaki Mochizuki [DG] & Yoshinobu Kanemaru [AJPW]
(4) Shane Haste [NOAH] & Quiet Storm [FREE] vs. Shuji Ishikawa [UNION] & Tank Nagai [K-DOJO]
(5) Talk Battle (Talk Show): Kenta Kobashi [
Fortune KK]] vs. Genichiro Tenryu [Tenryu Project]
(6) Kohei Sato [ZERO1], Katsuhiko Nakajima [DIAMOND RING] & Takumi Sano [FREE] vs. Takashi Sugiura [NOAH], Daisuke Sekimoto [BJW] & Shiro Koshinaka [FREE]
(7)
Yuji Hino [K-DOJO] & Kento Miyahara [AJPW] vs. Joe Doering [AJPW] & Shingo Takagi [DG]

Sep 15

K-DOJO results for September 15, 2014

K-DOJO “Chiba Discovery Transfer in Yachiyo Maboroshido” 9/15/2014 [Mon] 14:00 @ Candy Shop Maboroshido Special Ring in Yachiya, Chiba
237 Spectators (overcrowded)

(1) Daigoro Kashiwa vs. Kotaro Yoshino
Winner: Kashiwa (7:52) with the Mappatatsu.

(2) Saburo Inematsu & Ryuichi Sekine vs. Ricky Fuji & Yoshihiro Horaguchi [FREE]
Winner: Sekine (12:45) following the Ryukiri on Horaguchi.
~ It has been announced that Horaguchi will be officially joining K-DOJO, he originally competed for SMASH & WNC before the fall of the promotion.

(3) 3WAY Match: Shiori Asahi vs. Tank Nagai vs. Bambi
Winner: Asahi (6:34) with a backslide on Bambi.

(4) TAKA Michinoku & Hiro Tonai vs. Kengo Mashimo & Yuma
Winner: TAKA (11:01) with a Michinoku Driver II on Yuma.

BJW results for September 15, 2014

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BJW, 9/15/2014 [Mon] 17:00 @ Hakata Star Lanes in Fukuoka


(1) Yuichi Taniguchi vs. Toshiyuki Sakuda
Winner: Yuichi (7:43) with a School Boy.

(2) Sakigake [Dove] & Isamu Oshita vs. Kyosuke Sasaki [FREE] & Kota Sekifuda
Winner: Oshita (9:27) with a Cross Armbar on Sekifuda.

(3) Kyushu Offer Match: Mentai☆Kid & Batten Burabura vs. Genkai & Naoki Sakurajima
Winner: Genkai (11:22) with the Uchikubi on Batten.

(4) Daisuke Sekimoto & Kazuki Hashimoto vs. The Bodyguard [FREE] & Masaya Takahashi
Winner: Sekimoto (12:59) with a German Suplex Hold on Masaya.

(5) Hardcore Tag Match: Ryuji Ito & Takayuki Ueki vs. Kankuro Hoshino & Masato Inaba
Winner: Inaba (12:33) following a Wrist Clutch Exploder on Ueki.

(6) Ryuichi Kawakami vs. Hideyoshi Kamitani
Winner: Kawakami (12:01) with a Wakigatame (Fujiwara Armbar).

(7) Tag Death Match: Yuko Miyamoto [666] & Abdullah Kobayashi vs. Jaki Numazawa & Masashi Takeda [U-FILE CAMP]
Winner: Abdullah (16:09) with the Diving Bakachinga Elbow Drop on Numazawa on Thumbtacks.

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Upcoming shows…

BJW “Ryuji Ito & Daisuke Sekimoto 15th Anniversary Series”, 9/16/2014 [Tue] 18:30 @ Hiroshima Prefectural Industrial Hall West Tower
(1) Kankuro Hoshino & Masato Inaba vs. Isamu Oshita & Kota Sekifuda
(2) Kazuki Hashimoto vs. Toshiyuki Sakuda
(3) Atsushi Maruyama, Tsutomu Osugi & Hercules Senga vs. Shu Brahman, Kei Brahman & Takayuki Ueki
(4) Ice Ribbon Offer Match: Risa Sera vs. Maki Narumiya
(5) Isami Kodaka & Sakigake vs. Jaki Numazawa & Masashi Takeda
(6) Ryuji Ito & Daisuke Sekimoto vs. Kohei Sato [ZERO1] & Ryuichi Kawakami
(7) Yuko Miyamoto vs. Abdullah Kobayashi

BJW “Death Market 23”, 9/28/2014 [Sun] 18:00 @ Nagoya Diamond Hall in Aichi
(1) Isamu Oshita vs. Toshiyuki Sakuda
(2) Kazuki Hashimoto vs. Kota Sekifuda
(3) Daisuke Sekimoto & Hideyoshi Kamitani vs. Shiori Asahi [K-DOJO] & Shinobu [666]
(4) Yuko Miyamoto, Isami Kodaka & Takayuki Ueki vs. Tsutomu Osugi, Hercules Senga & Masaya Takahashi
(5) Ryuji Ito & Abdullah Kobayashi vs. Kankuro Hoshino & Masato Inaba
(6) Kohei Sato [ZERO1] & Shuji Ishikawa [UNION] vs. Manabu Soya [W-1] & Ryuichi Kawakami
(7) Tag Deathmatch: Jaki Numazawa & Masashi Takeda vs. Shu & Kei Brahman

NOAH results for September 15, 2014

Pro Wrestling Noah “Shiny Navig. 2014″, 9/15/2014 @ Kawagoe Espoir Isanuma
360 Spectators (crowded)

(1) Yoshinari Ogawa vs. Hitoshi Kumano
Winner: Ogawa (9:53) following a Backdrop.

(2) 3WAY Match: Daisuke Harada vs. Hajime Ohara [FREE] vs. Mitsuhiro Kitamiya
Winner: Harada (9:34) with the Katayama German Suplex Hold on Kitamiya.
~ Harada stated that he is ready for his defense against Shiori Asahi on September 21st.

(3) BRAVE vs NO MERCY Tag Match: Muhammed Yone & Taiji Ishimori vs. Akitoshi Saito & Genba Hirayanagi
Winner: Ishimori (11:07) with a 450゜Splash on Genba.

(4) Shuryo vs Momoiro Nekketsu Seinen: Takeshi Morishima vs. Atsushi Kotoge
Winner: Morishima (10:45) following the Backdrop Driver.

(5) Espoir Isanuma Cup Contention Battle Royal:
Winner: Atsushi Kotoge (10:28) via pinfall on Hajime Ohara.

(6) Weaponized NO MERCY vs TMDK: Takashi Sugiura & Quiet Storm vs. Mikey Nicholls & Shane Haste
Winner: Nicholls (12:10) with the Mikey Bomb on Storm.
~ Sugiura accepted TMDK’s challenge for the GHC Tag belts.

(7) GHC Heavyweight Prelude BRAVE vs Chokibogun Tag Match: Naomichi Marufuji & Katsuhiko Nakajima [DIAMOND RING] vs. Maybach Taniguchi & Hajime Ohara [FREE]
Winner: Nakajima (14:32) following the Diamond Bomb on Kenou.

NOAH Event Cards for September & October 2014
http://puroresuspirit.wordpress.com/2014/09/05/noah-event-cards-for-september-october-2014/

AJPW [2014 Royal Road Tournament Day 1] results for September 15, 2014

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All Japan Pro-Wrestling “2nd Royal Road Tournament ~ 2014 Open Championship”, 9/15/2014 [Mon] 12:00 @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo
1,012 Spectators

(1) Masanobu Fuchi vs. Yohei Nakajima
Winner: Fuchi (9:47) following a Backdrop.

(2) Jr Scramble Premium 6 Man Tag Match: Ultimo Dragon [Toryumon MEXICO], Hikaru Sato [Pancrase MISSION] & Keisuke Ishii [DDT] vs. SUSHI, Ryuji Hijikata [FREE] & Kaji Tomato [K-DOJO]
Winner: Hikaru (13:06) with a Cross Armbar on SUSHI.

(3) Akebono & Yoshinobu Kanemaru vs. Takao Omori & Yutaka Yoshie [FREE]
Winner: Omori (11:08) following an Axe Bomber on Kanemaru.

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~ All Japan announced that they will be holding the “Jr.TAG BATTLE OF GLORY" throughout the month of October. The winning team will earn the right to compete in the Strongest Tag League which is primarily a heavyweight class tag league.

Teams were announced as well…
"Evolution" Atsushi Aoki & Hikaru Sato [Pancrase MISSION]
"Xceed" Kotaro Suzuki & Yohei Nakajima
Ultimo Dragon [Toryumon MEXICO] & Yoshinobu Kanemaru
SUSHI & Ryuji Hjikata [FREE]
"Dream Team Futures" Keisuke Ishii & Soma Takao [both DDT]
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(4) Royal Road Tournament 1st Round Match: Kotaro Suzuki vs. KENSO
Winner: Kotaro (9:24) following the Endless Waltz.
~ Kotaro moves on to the second round.

(5) Royal Road Tournament 1st Round Match: Suwama vs. Atsushi Aoki
Winner: Suwama (15:57) via referee stop, Suwama with the Vice Sleeper.
~ Aoki put up a fight against his fellow “Evolution” teammate, but Suwama’s strength and size eventually became the defining factor.

(6) Royal Road Tournament 1st Round Match: Jun Akiyama vs. Kento Miyahara
Winner: Miyahara (15:39) following the Heart Break.
~ Miyahara claims his first singles match victory over Akiyama that he has been eager to achieve.

(7) Royal Road Tournament 1st Round Match: Joe Doering vs. Go Shiozaki
Winner: Shiozaki (19:48) following the Go Arm Lariat.
~ Shiozaki claims the victory over the reigning Triple Crown Champion.

All Japan Event Cards for September & October 2014
http://puroresuspirit.wordpress.com/2014/09/04/all-japan-event-cards-for-september-october-2014/

~ The second day of 1st round matches takes place on September 18th.

All Japan Pro-Wrestling “2nd Royal Road Tournament ~ 2014 Open Championship”, 9/18/2014 [Thu] 18:30 @ Toyohashi Gymnasium Sub-Arena in Aichi

() Jun Akiyama & Yohei Nakajima vs. KENSO & Takeshi Minamino
() 6 Man Tag Match: Joe Doering, Suwama & Atsushi Aoki vs. Go Shiozaki, Kento Miyahara & Kotaro Suzuki

() Royal Road Tournament 1st Round Match: Takao Omori vs. The Bodyguard
() Royal Road Tournament 1st Round Match: Akebono vs. Yutaka Yoshie [FREE]
() Royal Road Tournament 1st Round Match: Yoshinobu Kanemaru vs. Hikaru Sato [Pancrase MISSION]
() Royal Road Tournament 1st Round Match: SUSHI vs. Zeus [FREE]

WRESTLE-1 results for September 15, 2014

imageWRESTLE-1 “WRESTLE-1 TOUR 2014 1st ANNIVERSARY”, 9/15/2014 [Mon] 17:00 @ Chiba Port Arena Sub-Arena
700 Spectators (crowded)

(1) WRESTLE-1 vs Novus: Yasufumi Nakanoue & Hiroki Murase vs. Yusuke Kodama & Koji Doi
Winner: Doi (11:47) following a Lariat on Murase.

(2) WRESTLE-1 vs Tokyo Gurentai: Andy Wu & El Hijo del Pantera vs. NOSAWA Rongai & MAZADA
Winner: Wu (12:24) following a Spanish Fly on MAZADA.

(3) Novus vs DESPERADO: Jiro “Ikemen” Kuroshio vs. Rene Dupree
Winner: Kuroshio (6:13) with a Jumping Rolling Cross Armbar.

(4) WRESTLE-1 vs DESPERADO: Minoru Tanaka & Daiki Inaba vs. Masayuki Kono & KAZMA SAKAMOTO
Winner: Kono (10:50) following a Knee Lift on Inaba.

(5) First Championship Tournament Prelude Tag Match: Masakatsu Funaki & Ryota Hama vs. TAJIRI & AKIRA
Winner: AKIRA (13:35) with a School Boy on Hama.

(6) First Championship Tournament Prelude 6 Man Tag Match: KAI, Kaz Hayashi & Hiroshi Yamato vs. Manabu Soya, Shuji Kondo & Seiki Yoshioka
Winner: Yamato (22:37) following a Northern Light Bomb on Yoshioka.

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Upcoming shows…

WRESTLE-1 “WRESTLE-1 TOUR 2014 First Championship Tournament”, 9/21/2014 [Sun] 16:00 @ Ishikawa Industrial Exhibition Center 3rd Hall
() Shiro Koshinaka [FREE] & Yasufumi Nakanoue vs. KAZMA SAKAMOTO & Rene Dupree
() Novus vs Tokyo Gurentai 6 Man Tag Match: Yusuke Kodama, Koji Doi & Rionne Fujiwara vs. Yoshihiro Takayama, NOSAWA Rongai & MAZADA
() Kikutaro vs. Otokosakari
() Seiki Yoshioka & Andy Wu vs. El Hijo del Pantera & Hiroki Murase
() First Championship Tournament Prelude 6 Man Tag Match: Masakatsu Funaki, KAI & Kaz Hayashi vs. TAJIRI, Manabu Soya & Shuji Kondo

() WRESTLE-1 Championship Tournament 1st Round Match: Ryota Hama vs. AKIRA
() WRESTLE-1 Championship Tournament 1st Round Match: Minoru Tanaka vs. Daiki Inaba
() WRESTLE-1 Championship Tournament 1st Round Match: Masayuki Kono vs. Jiro “Ikemen” Kuroshio

WRESTLE-1 “WRESTLE-1 TOUR 2014 First Championship Tournament”, 9/22/2014 [Mon] 19:00 @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo
() Ryota Hama, Andy Wu & El Hijo del Pantera vs, Yoshihiro Takayama, NOSAWA Rongai & MAZADA
() AKIRA & Minoru Tanaka vs. Daiki Inaba & Hiroki Murase
() Special 8 Man Tag Match: Keiji Mutoh, Koji Doi, Jiro “Ikemen” Kuroshio & Rionne Fujiwara vs. Masayuki Kono, Ryoji Sai [ZERO1], KAZMA SAKAMOTO & Rene Dupree

() WRESTLE-1 Championship Tournament 1st Round Match: Yasufumi Nakanoue vs. Yusuke Kodama
() WRESTLE-1 Championship Tournament 1st Round Match: Hiroshi Yamato vs. Seiki Yoshioka
() WRESTLE-1 Championship Tournament 1st Round Match: Kaz Hayashi vs. Shuji Kondo
() WRESTLE-1 Championship Tournament 1st Round Match: Masakatsu Funaki vs. TAJIRI
() WRESTLE-1 Championship Tournament 1st Round Match: KAI vs. Manabu Soya

The second round matches will take place on September 23 at the Nagoya International Conference Hall in Aichi and then the finals will take place on October 8 at the Korakuen Hall in Tokyo.