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  1. Notes: 2 / 1 day ago 

    AJPW results for July 20, 2014

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    All Japan Pro-Wrestling “2014 Summer Action Series ~ Chiba EXTRA DREAM III”, 7/20/2014 [Sun] 16:00 @ Blue Field in Chiba

    (1) Yoshinobu Kanemaru vs. Ryuichi Sekine [K-DOJO]
    Winner: Kanemaru (11:08) following the Touch-Out.

    (2) Masao Inoue [FREE] w/ Haruka Kato vs. Kaji Tomato [K-DOJO] w/ Bambi
    Winner: Tomato (12:10) via pinfall on Inoue.

    (3) SUSHI vs. Zeus [FREE]
    Winner: Zeus (10:27) with a Jackhammer.

    (4) Jun Akiyama vs. Menso~re Oyaji [FREE]
    Winner: Akiyama (10:39) following a Running Knee Attack.

    (5) Kento Miyahara & Kotaro Suzuki vs. KENSO & Kengo Mashimo [K-DOJO]
    Winner: KENSO (12:02) followng the Hagakure on Kotaro.
    ~ DK with the win over Xceed.
    ~ Miyahara stated this loss will not hinder his rising path.

    (6) Suwama & Hikaru Sato [Pancrase MISSION] vs. Takao Omori & Atsushi Aoki
    Winner: Hikaru (24:54) following a Backdrop on Aoki.
    ~ Sato picks up yet another the win over Aoki in prelude to the World Junior match on 7/27.
    ~ Suwama also made it known that he would accept Aoki into “Evolution”. Aoki refused the offer.

    All Japan Event Cards for July & August 2014
    http://puroresuspirit.wordpress.com/2014/06/21/all-japan-event-cards-for-july-august-2014/

  2. Notes: 2 / 1 week ago 

    AJPW results for July 13, 2014

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    All Japan Pro-Wrestling “2014 Summer Action Series”, 7/13/2014 [Sun] 18:00 @ Izumi City Koyukan in Shimane
    378 Spectators

    (1) SUSHI vs. Mitsuya Nagai [DRADITION]
    Winner: Nagai (11:25) following the Makai Driver.

    (2) Osamu Nishimura [FREE] vs. Menso~re Oyaji [FREE]
    Winner: Nishimura (8:25) via pinfall.

    (3) Jr. Scramble Premium Tag Match: Atsushi Aoki & Ultimo Dragon [Toryumon MEXICO] vs. Yoshinobu Kanemaru & Ryuji Hijikata [FREE]
    Winner: Aoki (14:42) with the Trap Over on Hijikata.

    (4) Matsue Dandan Offer Match: ALL Mighty Inoue & Toshiharu Yano vs. Darazu Kid & Kosuke Kiya
    Winner: Mighty (10:46) with a Gansekiotoshi-gatame on Darazu.

    (5) Kotaro Suzuki vs. KENSO
    Winner: KENSO (11:58) following the Hagakure.

    (6) Takao Omori vs. Kento Miyahara
    Winner: Miyahara (15:19) following the Heart Break.
    ~ Miyahara claims a solid win over a now former Triple Crown in his drive to become a top singles competitor.

    (7) Suwama & The Bodyguard [FREE] vs. Jun Akiyama & Zeus [FREE]
    Winner: Akiyama (15:39) following a Wrist Clutch style Exploder on Bodyguard.

    All Japan Event Cards for July & August 2014
    http://puroresuspirit.wordpress.com/2014/06/21/all-japan-event-cards-for-july-august-2014/

    [Updates] All Japan announced the full card for their final match of this tour on July 27th. Among the additions is that Dory Funk Jr. will be in competition.

    All Japan Pro-Wrestling “2014 Summer Action Series”, 7/27/2014 [Sun] 18:30 @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo

    (1) SUSHI vs. Menso~re Oyaji [FREE]
    (2) Takao Omori, Masanobu Fuchi & Ultimo Dragon [Toryumon MEXICO] vs. Dory Funk Jr., Osamu Nishimura [FREE] & Yutaka Yoshie [FREE]
    (3) Zeus [FREE] & Hideki Suzuki [FREE] vs. KENSO & Kengo Mashimo [K-DOJO]
    (4) Jun Akiyama & Yoshinobu Kanemaru vs. Kento Miyahara & Kotaro Suzuki

    (5) Asia Tag Championship Match: [Champions] “Dream Team Futures” Shigehiro Irie & Keisuke Ishii vs. [Challengers] Mitsuya Nagai & Takeshi Minamino
    ~ 4th title defense.

    (6) World Junior Heavyweight Championship Match: [37th Champion] Atsushi Aoki vs. [Challenger] Hikaru Sato (Pancrase MISSION)
    ~ 2nd title defense.

    (7) Triple Crown Championship Match: [49th Champion] Suwama vs. [Challenger] Joe Doering
    ~ 1st title defense.

  3. Notes: 3 / 1 week ago 

    [AJPW News] All Japan held a few press conferences for their upcoming title matches scheduled to take place throughout the month of July.

    First up, Suwama stated that he is eager for this match against Joe Doering on July 27th. As it has been one of “Evolution’s” goals for him and Doering to face off with the Triple Crown on the line. He also stated that they will both show off what it means to compete in the new All Japan and showcase the true value of the Triple Crown. That there is an inherent responsibility to have the best match possible. He said that his rivalry with Doering has been very much present for years and that is also what made them so good as a tag team as well. They both know their strengths and weaknesses as well.

    Jun Akiyama and Takao Omori then talked about their upcoming World Tag defense set against “Dark Kingdom’s” KENSO & Mitsuya Nagai on July 12th. Akiyama stated that it is fitting that his first match under the new All Japan will be with the World Tag belts on the line. That he knows the responsibilities that he faces now as president but then he knows what he must face in the ring against the DK thugs. Akiyama also mentioned KENSO’s absence from the recent press conference to signal the latest changes in All Japan, that KENSO seems to be rebelling from Akiyama’s new leadership position. KENSO has been silent for the most part, but his open attack on Akiyama and Omori back on June 29th seemed to have a little something extra with it.

    Atsushi Aoki and Hikaru Sato where both present for the conference leading into the World Junior title match on July 27th. The Champion Aoki finally agreed to a match against the challenger Hikaru after their encounters in June. Aoki noted that they both share similar styles in a way, especially with the emphasis on arm locks and bars to win matches. Aoki knows Hikaru’s connections to Pancrase and is hoping he brings all of that skill out in their upcoming match. This is Aoki’s first reign as a junior singles champion and he wants to prove himself in anyway possible. Hikaru knows it has been a rough road since he has started competing in All Japan, but he is committed to showcase himself fully as a junior in All Japan. He ended the conference by stating that 2014 is his year to show who he has truly become.

    Then lastly, Xceed’s Kento Miyahara and reigning GAORA TV Champion Kotaro Suzuki came out to talk about the upcoming tour and the matches that they will be faced with. Miyahara said that there is a void with Go Shiozaki out with an injury, but he and Kotaro aim to keep the group going strong in his absence. Kento then acknowledged that a good part of the tour in July will see him in singles matches as he aims to further break out as a singles competitor. That he vowed to not let this chance just fade away. He stated that his goal is to become the center of All Japan and to one day wear the Triple Crown around his waist. Which interesting enough, his first singles match on the tour will be against the current Triple Crown champion Suwama on July 12th. That no matter what may happen that he will prove himself first and foremost.
    Kotaro Suzuki will then be making his 3rd defense of the GAORA TV belt as he takes on Dragon Gate’s K-ness. on July 26th. Back on May 18th, Kotaro and K-ness. originally faced in a tag match that ended in a double pinfall. Kotaro then accepted the challenge from K-ness. to put the GAORA belt on the line. Kotaro has sworn that he will not let the belt fall from his waist as he aims to further raise the value of the belt.

    All Japan Event Cards for July & August 2014
    http://puroresuspirit.wordpress.com/2014/06/21/all-japan-event-cards-for-july-august-2014/

  4. Notes: 3 / 2 weeks ago 
    [AJPW News] All Japan announced the event cards for their upcoming tour in July and more.Throughout the tour will see all the PWF sanctioned belts being defended as a World Tag defense will kick off the tour on July 12, the GAORA TV in defense on July 26, and then the Asia Tag, World Jr., and Triple Crown all being defended on the July 27 at the Korakuen Hall.This month will see the first in which Jun Akiyama has total control over the promotion as the new acting President. Not many changes were apparently made as originally expected, but the major at this time is All Japan will be moving their office to their dojo in Yokohama, Japan. The new corporate name has been branded as オールジャパン・プロレスリング, All Japan Pro-Wrestling in Katakana, wherein it has been 全日本プロレス, Zen Nihon Pro-Wrestling, in Kanji. There is still talk that Akiyama is trying to claim the AJPW name writes from the previous owners. (Expect any updates when they are known.)You can view the entire tour and announced cards in the link below.All Japan Event Cards for July & August 2014http://puroresuspirit.wordpress.com/2014/07/01/all-japan-event-cards-for-july-august-2014/

    [AJPW News] All Japan announced the event cards for their upcoming tour in July and more.

    Throughout the tour will see all the PWF sanctioned belts being defended as a World Tag defense will kick off the tour on July 12, the GAORA TV in defense on July 26, and then the Asia Tag, World Jr., and Triple Crown all being defended on the July 27 at the Korakuen Hall.

    This month will see the first in which Jun Akiyama has total control over the promotion as the new acting President. Not many changes were apparently made as originally expected, but the major at this time is All Japan will be moving their office to their dojo in Yokohama, Japan. The new corporate name has been branded as オールジャパン・プロレスリング, All Japan Pro-Wrestling in Katakana, wherein it has been 全日本プロレス, Zen Nihon Pro-Wrestling, in Kanji. There is still talk that Akiyama is trying to claim the AJPW name writes from the previous owners. (Expect any updates when they are known.)

    You can view the entire tour and announced cards in the link below.

    All Japan Event Cards for July & August 2014
    http://puroresuspirit.wordpress.com/2014/07/01/all-japan-event-cards-for-july-august-2014/

     
  5. Notes: 1 / 3 weeks ago 

    AJPW [GAORA TV: Kotaro vs Oyaji] results for June 30, 2014

    All Japan Pro-Wrestling “2014 Dynamite Series”, 6/30/2014 [Mon] 18:30 @ Hakodate General Wholesale Center, Distribution Hall in Hokkaido
    423 Spectators (sell-out/overcrowded)

    (1) Yoshinobu Kanemaru vs. Masao Inoue
    Winner: Kanemaru (10:23) via pinfall.

    (2) Yutaka Yoshie & Atsushi Aoki vs. Mitsuya Nagai & Takeshi Minamino
    Winner: Nagai (10:50) following the Rikuga (Running Knee Lift) on Yoshie.

    (3) Zeus & The Bodyguard vs. KENSO & Bambi Killer
    Winner: KENSO (11:02) following the Hagakure on Bodyguard.
    ~ KENSO once more made a bid for the World Tag belts.

    (4) GAORA TV Championship Match: [4th Champion] Kotaro Suzuki vs. [Challenger] Menso~re Oyaji
    Winner: Kotaro (14:51) following the Blue Destiny.
    ~ 2nd successful title defense.

    (5) Jun Akiyama & Takao Omori vs. Kento Miyahara & Ultimo Dragon
    Winner: Omori (13:06) following an Axe Bomber on Dragon.
    ~ Akiyama accepted KENSO’s challenge for the World Tag belts.
    ~ So it appears it will be Omori/Akiyama vs. KENSO/Nagai sometime in July.
    ~ During the backstage interview, Kento stated that he wants to begin the climb as a singles competitor, and hopes with the proposed changes coming in July that he can become the center of it all.

    (6) Suwama & Hikaru Sato vs. Joe Doering & SUSHI
    Winner: Doering (17:46) with the Revolution Bomb on Hikaru.
    ~ Doering claims the win over the new Triple Crown champions team.
    ~ Suwama accepted Doering to indeed be his first defense and stated that he wants it sooner than later.

    Looking at the July calender… 7/12 will be at the Osaka BODYMAKER, 2nd Stadium… then Korakuen on 7/27. The potential defense could easily be set for one of these two dates. - BushidoRX

    AJPW Event Cards for May & June 2014
    http://puroresuspirit.wordpress.com/2014/05/04/ajpw-event-cards-for-may-june-2014/

  6. Notes: 3 / 3 weeks ago 

    AJPW [Triple Crown: Omori vs Suwama] results for June 29, 2014

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    All Japan Pro-Wrestling “2014 Dynamite Series”, 6/29/2014 [Sun] 16:00 @ Sapporo Teisen Hall in Hokkaido

    (1) Masao Inoue vs. Menso~re Oyaji
    Winner: Oyaji (9:27) via pinfall.

    (2) SUSHI vs. vs. Kenichi Yamamoto
    Winner: Yamamoto (8:02) with a Butterfly Lock.

    (3) Kento Miyahara & Kotaro Suzuki vs. Yutaka Yoshie & Tomoya
    Winner: Miyahara (11:55) with a German Suplex Hold on Tomoya.

    (4) Joe Doering vs. Bambi Killer
    Winner: Doering (7:25) following a Lariat.

    (5) Jun Akiyama, Zeus & The Bodyguard vs. KENSO, Mitsuya Nagai & Takeshi Minamino
    Winner: Zeus (15:17) with a Jackahmmer on Minamino.
    ~ KENSO once more challenged for a World Tag match. Him and Akiyama brawled.

    (6) Jr. Scrambled Premium Tag Match: Atsushi Aoki & Ultimo Dragon vs. Yoshinobu Kanemaru & Hikaru Sato
    Winner: Hikaru (16:23) with a Leg Trap Cross Arm Lock.
    ~ Sato once more challenged Aoki for the World Junior belt.

    (7) Triple Crown Championship Match: [48th Champion] Takao Omori vs. [Challenger] Suwama
    Winner: Suwama (33:09) following the Last Ride.
    ~ Omori falls on his 1st title defense. Suwama becomes the 49th generation champion.
    ~ Doering challenged Suwama after the match. Evolution showdown.


    AJPW Event Cards for May & June 2014
    http://puroresuspirit.wordpress.com/2014/05/04/ajpw-event-cards-for-may-june-2014/

    ~ Due to Doering’s challenge, tomorrow’s show has been changed.

    All Japan Pro-Wrestling “2014 Dynamite Series”, 6/30/2014 [Mon] 18:30 @ Hakodate General Wholesale Center, Distribution Hall in Hokkaido

    () Yoshinobu Kanemaru vs. Masao Inoue
    () Yutaka Yoshie & Atsushi Aoki vs. Mitsuya Nagai & Takeshi Minamino
    () Zeus & The Bodyguard vs. KENSO & Bambi Killer
    () Jun Akiyama & Takao Omori vs. Kento Miyahara & Ultimo Dragon
    () Suwama & Hikaru Sato vs. Joe Doering & SUSHI

    () GAORA TV Championship Match: [4th Champion] Kotaro Suzuki vs. [Challenger] Menso~re Oyaji
    ~ 2nd title defense.

  7. Notes: 4 / 3 weeks ago 

    AJPW results for June 26, 2014

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    All Japan Pro-Wrestling “2014 Dynamite Series”, 6/26/2014 [Thu] 18:30 @ Mukawa shiki no Yakata Tanpopo Hall in Hokkaido

    (1) SUSHI vs. Takeshi Minamino [Toryumon MEXICO]
    Winner: Minamino (7:25) via pinfall.

    (2) Atsushi Aoki vs. Masao Inoue [FREE]
    Winner: Aoki (10:35) with a Jumping Cross Armbreaker.

    (3) Yutaka Yoshie [FREE] & Yoshinobu Kanemaru vs. Zeus & The Bodyguard [both FREE]
    Winner: Zeus (15:49) with a Jackhammer on Kanemaru.

    (4) Menso~re Oyaji [FREE] vs. Bambi Killer
    Winner: Bambi (7:30) following the Bambi Death Shot.

    (5) Kento Miyahara & Kotaro Suzuki vs. KENSO & Mitsuya Nagai [DRADITION]
    Winner: KENSO (12:37) following the Hagakure on Kotaro.
    ~ KENSO with the repeated wins over Xceed, he now stated that he has his eyes set on Akiyama.

    (6) Takao Omori, Jun Akiyama & Ultimo Dragon [Toryumon MEXICO] vs. Suwama, Joe Doering & Hikaru Sato [Pancrase MISSION]
    Winner: Hikaru (20:24) via pinfall on Dragon.
    ~ Hikaru stated that he wants a match against Aoki and the Jr. belt.
    ~ Suwama stated that Omori’s peak ends in Sapporo. Him and Joe appear nothing but ready for the Tag defense on 6/28, and Suwama’s singles match against Omori on 6/29.

    AJPW Event Cards for May & June 2014
    http://puroresuspirit.wordpress.com/2014/05/04/ajpw-event-cards-for-may-june-2014/

  8. Notes: 2 / 3 weeks ago 

    AJPW results for June 25, 2014

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    All Japan Pro-Wrestling “2014 Dynamite Series”, 6/25/2014 [Wed] 18:30 @ Asahikawa Local Industry Promotion Center in Hokkaido

    (1) SUSHI vs. Mitsuya Nagai [DRADITION]
    Winner: Nagai (9:28) following the Makai Driver.

    (2) Kotaro Suzuki vs. Masao Inoue [FREE]
    Winner: Kotatro (10:38) following the Endless Waltz.

    (3) Kento Miyahara & Menso~re Oyaji [FREE] vs. KENSO & Bambi Killer
    Winner: KENSO (10:30) following a Diving Elbow Drop on Oyaji.

    (4) Ultimo Dragon [Toryumon MEXICO] vs. Takeshi Minamino [Toryumon MEXICO]
    Winner: Dragon (12:03) following the Asai DDT.

    (5) Jun Akiyama & Yoshinobu Kanemaru vs. Yutaka Yoshie [FREE] & Atsushi Aoki
    Winner: Kanemaru (16:25) following the Touch Out on Aoki.
    ~ Kanemaru claims the win over the reigning World Jr. champion before their title match on 6/28. Kanemaru signaled that the World Jr, belt will once more be his.

    (6) Takao Omori, Zeus & The Bodyguard vs. Suwama, Joe Doering & Hikaru Sato [Pancrase MISSION]
    Winner: Omori (23:06) following the Axe Bomber on Hikaru.
    ~ Omori continues his lead heading into the Triple Crown defense against Suwama on 6/29.

    AJPW Event Cards for May & June 2014
    http://puroresuspirit.wordpress.com/2014/05/04/ajpw-event-cards-for-may-june-2014/

  9. Notes: 4 / 4 weeks ago 

    AJPW results for June 23, 2014

    All Japan Pro-Wrestling “2014 Dynamite Series”, 6/23/2014 [Mon] 18:30 @ Katogun Otofukecho Yuhigaoka 3
    699 Spectators (Overcrowded)

    (1) Atsushi Aoki & Menso~re Oyaji [FREE] vs. Hikaru Sato [Pancrase MISSION] & Masao Inoue [FREE]
    Winner: Oyaji (13:18) with a Jacknife Hold on Inoue.

    (2) SUSHI vs. Ultimo Dragon [Toryumon MEXICO]
    Winner: Dragon (7:13) following the Asai DDT.

    (3) Kento Miyahara & Kotaro Suzuki vs. Mitsuya Nagai [DRADITION] & Takeshi Minamino [Toryumon MEXICO]
    Winner: Miyahara (9:26) with a German Suplex Hold on Minamino.

    (4) Yoshinobu Kanemaru vs. Yutaka Yoshie [FREE]
    Winner: Yoshie (7:59) with a Diving Body Press.

    (5) Suwama & Joe Doering vs. KENSO & Bambi Killer
    Winner: Suwama (15:05) with the Vice Sleeper on KENSO.

    (6) Takao Omori & Jun Akiyama vs. Zeus & The Bodyguard [both FREE]
    Winner: Omori (9:42) following the Axe Bomber on Bodyguard.

    AJPW Event Cards for May & June 2014
    http://puroresuspirit.wordpress.com/2014/05/04/ajpw-event-cards-for-may-june-2014/

  10. 1 month ago 

    AJPW results for June 22, 2014

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    All Japan Pro-Wrestling “2014 Dynamite Series”, 6/22/2014 [Sun] 17:00 @ Kushiro Seiundai Gymnasium in Hokkaido
    685 Spectators (Overcrowded/sellout)

    (1) Yoshinobu Kanemaru vs. SUSHI
    Winner: Kanemaru (10:07) via pinfall.

    (2) Mitsuya Nagai [DRADITION] vs. Menso~re Oyaji [FREE]
    Winner: Nagai (7:23) following the Makai Driver.

    (3) Yutaka Yoshie [FREE] vs. Masao Inoue [FREE]
    Winner: Yoshie (9:58) with a Flying Body Scissors Drop.

    (4) Kento Miyahara & Kotaro Suzuki vs. Bambi Killer & Takeshi Minamino [Toryumon MEXICO]
    Winner: Bambi (12:34) following the Bambi Killer Swing Neck Breaker Drop on Kotaro.
    ~ Bambi Killer makes his return to Japan and claims a solid win for the Dark Kingdom front.
    ~ Miyahara out of frustration also stated that he is unhappy about all the Asia Tag defenses in DDT and not in All Japan.

    (5) Samsung Restaurant System presents Nagoyakatei Cup Scramble Open-Division Battle Royal:
    Winner: SUSHI (9:11) via pinfall on Oyaji.
    ~ SUSHI stated once more that he wants a re-challenge for the Asia Tag belts.

    (6) Atsushi Aoki vs. KENSO
    Winner: KENSO (14:22) following the Hagakure.
    ~ KENSO cinched another win for Dark Kingdom.

    (7) Takao Omori, Jun Akiyama & Ultimo Dragon [Toryumon MEXICO] vs. Suwama, Joe Doering & Hikaru Sato [Pancrase MISSION]
    Winner: Dragon (21:00) following the Asai DDT on Hikaru.
    ~ Dragon claims the win for his team. Omori and Akiyama are both eager for the title matches at the end of the month. Omori claims that victory will be coming their way.

    AJPW Event Cards for May & June 2014
    http://puroresuspirit.wordpress.com/2014/05/04/ajpw-event-cards-for-may-june-2014/

  11. Notes: 7 / 1 month ago 

    [AJPW News] All Japan announced the full cards for the final 3 shows of this month, each of which featuring all the belts, those of which currently held in All Japan, being defended.

    First up, following his win this weekend Takao Omori is now the reigning Triple Crown champion. A title that has took him 22 years to achieve and not one that he aims to put down without giving his all. Now Omori is faced with a quick turn around defense as he faces the “ace” in Suwama on June 29, who has is a multiple time former champion. With the Triple Crown defense also comes Omori getting a shot at the World Tag belts the night before, as he and Akiyama take on Suwama and Joe Doering. Both Omori and Suwama have stated that they aim to become 5 crown champions and they will go at great lengths to make such a thing happen. Omori noted his prior losses to Suwama in the past, but this time things are different. Omori himself is now champion and as noted before he will not just let the belt go without giving his all.

    Omori also mentioned the changes that are still in talks of coming in July and stated that it is indeed strange that this comes exactly one year since the “Mutoh/W-1” split. Omori said that this will be a much needed fresh start and that he will continue defending the belt as champion as he hopes the fans will be in support.

    Also announced is Atsushi Aoki defending the World Junior belt against Yoshinobu Kanemaru. Aoki noted that Kanemaru will be a tough challenge for himself, but it is a match that he knows that he must face. Kanemaru has been his teacher throughout much of his career and he learned quite a bit from him, but now it is his time to show what he has learned through his own practice. Kanemaru himself looks confident in the upcoming match as he has even declared that when he wins that he wants a rematch against Ultimo Dragon soon after. Aoki stated that he is ready for the challenge and to assert himself as the rightful champion as well as set a standard with his first singles title reign.

    Then on June 30, Kotaro Suzuki will be making his next defense of the GAORA TV belt as he takes on Menso~re Oyaji. Kotaro accepted Oyaji’s challenge this past weekend and the chairmen decided to make this match official. Oyaji stated that this match will be special for him as it will be in his home area of Hakodate, Japan. Oyaji has been a regular in All Japan as of late and is ever looking to make himself standout as a top challenger in the promotion. Kotaro though is all about giving anyone a shot at the GAORA TV belt to anyone who deserves it and Oyaji fits that bill. Kotaro hopes that Oyaji will be prepared and he hopes for a solid contest that ultimately boosts the GAORA TV belt.

    Below are the announced cards…

    All Japan Pro-Wrestling “2014 Dynamite Series”, 6/28/2014 [Sat] 18:00 @ Sapporo Teisen Hall in Hokkaido

    () Hikaru Sato vs. Kenichi Yamamoto
    () SUSHI vs. Tomoya
    () Yutaka Yoshie & Masao Inoue vs. Mitsuya Nagai & Takeshi Minamino
    () Zeus & The Bodyguard vs. KENSO & Bambi Killer
    () Kento Miyahara & Kotaro Suzuki vs. Ultimo Dragon & Menso~re Oyaji

    () World Junior Heavyweight Championship Match: [37th Champion] Atsushi Aoki vs. [Challenger] Yoshinobu Kanemaru
    ~ 1st title defense.

    () World Tag Championship Match: [66th Champions] “Evolution” Suwama & Joe Doering vs. [Challengers] Jun Akiyama & Takao Omori
    ~ 5th title defense.

    All Japan Pro-Wrestling “2014 Dynamite Series”, 6/29/2014 [Sun] 16:00 @ Sapporo Teisen Hall in Hokkaido

    () Masao Inoue vs. Menso~re Oyaji
    () SUSHI vs. vs. Kenichi Yamamoto
    () Joe Doering vs. Bambi Killer
    () Kento Miyahara & Kotaro Suzuki vs. Yutaka Yoshie & Tomoya
    () Jun Akiyama, Zeus & The Bodyguard vs. KENSO, Mitsuya Nagai & Takeshi Minamino
    () Jr. Scrambled Premium Tag Match: Atsushi Aoki & Ultimo Dragon vs. Yoshinobu Kanemaru & Hikaru Sato

    () Triple Crown Championship Match: [48th Champion] Takao Omori vs. [Challenger] Suwama
    ~ 1st title defense.

    All Japan Pro-Wrestling “2014 Dynamite Series”, 6/30/2014 [Mon] 18:30 @ Hakodate General Wholesale Center, Distribution Hall in Hokkaido

    () Ultimo Dragon vs. Masao Inoue
    () SUSHI vs. Kento Miyahara
    () Yutaka Yoshie & Atsushi Aoki vs. Mitsuya Nagai & Takeshi Minamino
    () Zeus & The Bodyguard vs. KENSO & Bambi Killer
    () 6 Man Tag Match: Takao Omori, Jun Akiyama & Yoshinobu Kanemaru vs. Suwama, Joe Doering & Hikaru Sato

    () GAORA TV Championship Match: [4th Champion] Kotaro Suzuki vs. [Challenger] Menso~re Oyaji
    ~ 2nd title defense.

    AJPW Event Cards for May & June 2014
    http://puroresuspirit.wordpress.com/2014/05/04/ajpw-event-cards-for-may-june-2014/

  12. Notes: 4 / 1 month ago 

    AJPW [Triple Crown Decision: Omori vs Akiyama + GAORA: Kotaro vs SUSHI] results for June 15, 2014

    imageAll Japan Pro-Wrestling “2014 Dynamite Series”, 6/15/2014 [Sun] 12:00 @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo
    1,221 Spectators

    (1) Mitsuya Nagai [DRADITION] & Kengo Mashimo [K-DOJO] vs. Kento Miyahara & Menso~re Oyaji [FREE]
    Winner: Mashimo (10:43) with a Scorpion Deathlock on Oyaji.
    ~ Heat between Mashimo and Miyahara was apparent, seems more could be expected from the two in the future.

    (2) Ryuji Hijikata [FREE] vs. Masao Inoue
    Winner: Hijikata (8:18) via pinfall.

    (3) Osamu Nishimura [FREE] & Koji Doi [WNC] vs. Yutaka Yoshie [FREE] & Masato Shibata [U-FILE CAMP]
    Winner: Nishimura (9:02) with a Backslide on Masato Shibata.

    (4) Jr. Scramble Premium Tag Match: Atsushi Aoki & Masanobu Fuchi vs. Ultimo Dragon & Yoshinobu Kanemaru
    Winner: Kanemaru (12:02) with a Backslide on Fuchi.
    ~ Kanemaru challenged Aoki for the Jr. belt. Aoki accepted.

    (5) GAORA TV Championship Match: [4th Champion] Kotaro Suzuki vs. [Challenger] SUSHI
    Winner: Kotaro (17:44) with a Tiger Driver.
    ~ First successful title defense.

    (6) KENSO & Hideki Suzuki [FREE] vs. Suwama & Hikaru Sato [Pancrase MISSION]
    Winner: Hideki (20:35) following a Double Arm Suples on Hikaru.
    ~ Hideki made it known that he wants to continue competing in the future. That he wants to challenge the strong guys.

    (7) Triple Crown Heavyweight Championship Decision Match: Takao Omori vs. Jun Akiyama
    Winner: Omori (23:20) following a Sliding Axe Bomber.
    ~ Omori becomes the 48th generation champion for the vacant belt. Omori becomes the TC champion for the first time in his career. He thanked everyone for coming out tonight and helping him make this title win special.

    AJPW Event Cards for May & June 2014
    http://puroresuspirit.wordpress.com/2014/05/04/ajpw-event-cards-for-may-june-2014/

    As it was previously announced, Suwama will be getting the first defense on June 29.

    All Japan Pro-Wrestling “2014 Dynamite Series”, 6/29/2014 [Sun] 16:00 @ Sapporo Teisen Hall in Hokkaido

    (-) Triple Crown Championship Match: [48th Champion] Takao Omori vs. [Challenger] Suwama
    ~ 1st title defense.

  13. Notes: 10 / 1 month ago 
    [AJPW News] The new AJPW President Jun Akiyama officially announced the establishment of a new company, and the 13 wrestlers affiliated with AJPW will be joining it as well.The aim of the new promotion now is to try and restore the confidence that has been damaged by the owner Nobuo Shiraishi. Akiyama’s new venture will indeed be picking up everything that was being done by All Japan including the titles and even the scheduled events in the coming months. This Includes the big show at the Aichi Prefectural Gymnasium, 6,000-7,000 give or take seat max, on August 30. Which will be Akiyama first major test in regards to the fans either accepting the changes or not.All Japan will be carrying on as scheduled throughout this month including the Triple Crown match between Takao Omori and Jun Akiyama at the Korakuen Hall on June 15. Then as of the next tour “2014 Summer Action Series” that begins on July 12 will be a part of the new changes.The full event card for the upcoming Korakuen Hall show on June 15 has been announced as well.
All Japan Pro-Wrestling “2014 Dynamite Series”, 6/15/2014 [Sun] 12:00 @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo
() Ryuji Hijikata [FREE] vs. Masao Inoue () Osamu Nishimura [FREE] & Koji Doi [WNC] vs. Yutaka Yoshie [FREE] & Masato Shibata [U-FILE CAMP] () Mitsuya Nagai [DRADITION] & Kengo Mashimo [K-DOJO] vs. Kento Miyahara & Menso~re Oyaji [FREE] () KENSO & Hideki Suzuki [FREE] vs. Suwama & Hikaru Sato [Pancrase MISSION] () Jr. Scramble Premium Tag Match: Atsushi Aoki & Masanobu Fuchi vs. Ultimo Dragon & Yoshinobu Kanemaru
() GAORA TV Championship Match: [4th Champion] Kotaro Suzuki vs. [Challenger] SUSHI~ First title defense.
() Triple Crown Championship Decision Match: Takao Omori vs. Jun Akiyama~ Winner becomes the 48th generation champion.
AJPW Event Cards for May & June 2014http://puroresuspirit.wordpress.com/2014/05/04/ajpw-event-cards-for-may-june-2014/

    [AJPW News] The new AJPW President Jun Akiyama officially announced the establishment of a new company, and the 13 wrestlers affiliated with AJPW will be joining it as well.

    The aim of the new promotion now is to try and restore the confidence that has been damaged by the owner Nobuo Shiraishi. Akiyama’s new venture will indeed be picking up everything that was being done by All Japan including the titles and even the scheduled events in the coming months. This Includes the big show at the Aichi Prefectural Gymnasium, 6,000-7,000 give or take seat max, on August 30. Which will be Akiyama first major test in regards to the fans either accepting the changes or not.

    All Japan will be carrying on as scheduled throughout this month including the Triple Crown match between Takao Omori and Jun Akiyama at the Korakuen Hall on June 15. Then as of the next tour “2014 Summer Action Series” that begins on July 12 will be a part of the new changes.

    The full event card for the upcoming Korakuen Hall show on June 15 has been announced as well.


    All Japan Pro-Wrestling “2014 Dynamite Series”, 6/15/2014 [Sun] 12:00 @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo

    () Ryuji Hijikata [FREE] vs. Masao Inoue
    () Osamu Nishimura [FREE] & Koji Doi [WNC] vs. Yutaka Yoshie [FREE] & Masato Shibata [U-FILE CAMP]
    () Mitsuya Nagai [DRADITION] & Kengo Mashimo [K-DOJO] vs. Kento Miyahara & Menso~re Oyaji [FREE]
    () KENSO & Hideki Suzuki [FREE] vs. Suwama & Hikaru Sato [Pancrase MISSION]
    () Jr. Scramble Premium Tag Match: Atsushi Aoki & Masanobu Fuchi vs. Ultimo Dragon & Yoshinobu Kanemaru

    () GAORA TV Championship Match: [4th Champion] Kotaro Suzuki vs. [Challenger] SUSHI
    ~ First title defense.

    () Triple Crown Championship Decision Match: Takao Omori vs. Jun Akiyama
    ~ Winner becomes the 48th generation champion.

    AJPW Event Cards for May & June 2014
    http://puroresuspirit.wordpress.com/2014/05/04/ajpw-event-cards-for-may-june-2014/

     
  14. Notes: 3 / 1 month ago 
    [AJPW News] All Japan announced that a new Triple Crown champion will be decided upon on at the June 15th Korakuen Hall shows as Jun Akiyama and Takao Omori are set to face off for the vacant belt.After some deliberation, following Akebono relinquishing the rights to the belt, Director Masanobu Fuchi and the PWF Office, AJPW title committee, decided that the winner of this years Champion Carnival and the runner-up being Jun Akiyama are the top two in line for the belt. It was then decided that there is no reason to wait for the match and it has been booked for the first day of the June tour at Korakuen Hall.Omori was guaranteed a shot at the Triple Crown following his win of the Carnival and has been eager for the upcoming match. With Akebono out with an illness, Omori then stated that if had to choose anyone that it would be Akiyama. The two have had history spanning all the way back the the 1990’s as allies and bitter rivals. Omori has yet to ever claim the Triple Crown as his own, but he has stated that it is now his time more than ever before to hold the Triple Crown.Akiyama stated that he was not expecting to get another chance at the Triple Crown, at least so soon, following his loss in the final match of the Carnival, but he aims to grab this opportunity that is now offered to him. Akiyama said that he is aware of how he lost in the Carnival and he aims to not let it happen again, but he knows how hungry and prepared Omori is to claim the top prize. Akiyama stated that there might not be many more chances for him to be champion as the promotion is in the midst of a generation struggle. As there are plenty of young and hungry talent looking to take the next step forward.All Japan Pro-Wrestling “2014 Dynamite Series”, 6/15/2014 [Sun] 12:00 @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo(-) Triple Crown Heavyweight Championship Decision Match: Takao Omori vs. Jun Akiyama~ Winner becomes the 48th Generation Champion.AJPW Event Cards for May & June 2014http://puroresuspirit.wordpress.com/2014/05/04/ajpw-event-cards-for-may-june-2014/

    [AJPW News] All Japan announced that a new Triple Crown champion will be decided upon on at the June 15th Korakuen Hall shows as Jun Akiyama and Takao Omori are set to face off for the vacant belt.

    After some deliberation, following Akebono relinquishing the rights to the belt, Director Masanobu Fuchi and the PWF Office, AJPW title committee, decided that the winner of this years Champion Carnival and the runner-up being Jun Akiyama are the top two in line for the belt. It was then decided that there is no reason to wait for the match and it has been booked for the first day of the June tour at Korakuen Hall.

    Omori was guaranteed a shot at the Triple Crown following his win of the Carnival and has been eager for the upcoming match. With Akebono out with an illness, Omori then stated that if had to choose anyone that it would be Akiyama. The two have had history spanning all the way back the the 1990’s as allies and bitter rivals. Omori has yet to ever claim the Triple Crown as his own, but he has stated that it is now his time more than ever before to hold the Triple Crown.

    Akiyama stated that he was not expecting to get another chance at the Triple Crown, at least so soon, following his loss in the final match of the Carnival, but he aims to grab this opportunity that is now offered to him. Akiyama said that he is aware of how he lost in the Carnival and he aims to not let it happen again, but he knows how hungry and prepared Omori is to claim the top prize. Akiyama stated that there might not be many more chances for him to be champion as the promotion is in the midst of a generation struggle. As there are plenty of young and hungry talent looking to take the next step forward.

    All Japan Pro-Wrestling “2014 Dynamite Series”, 6/15/2014 [Sun] 12:00 @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo

    (-) Triple Crown Heavyweight Championship Decision Match: Takao Omori vs. Jun Akiyama
    ~ Winner becomes the 48th Generation Champion.

    AJPW Event Cards for May & June 2014
    http://puroresuspirit.wordpress.com/2014/05/04/ajpw-event-cards-for-may-june-2014/

     
  15. Notes: 3 / 1 month ago 

    [All Japan News] The major news this morning is that Akebono has officially relinquished his reign as the Triple Crown Heavyweight Champion.

    The Advising Director Masanobu Fuchi announced that the Triple Crown belt has been returned to the All Japan office, and showed the intention that a new champion will be crowned by the end of June.

    Akebono has been out of action since April 19th after suffering from the effects of pneumonia. Akebono has been discharged, but has been suffering from even more problems namely arrhythmia, irregular heartbeat. Akebono’s last defense of the belt came against Kento Miyahara on March 18th. in which he made his 4th defense as champion. Akebono technically has until September 18 to defend the belt before he would be stripped of it due to the 6-month defense deadline, PWF ruling. Akebono though stated that he could not justify holding back those who are worthy of challenging for the belt.

    Fuchi stated, in regards to who shall be in the running as new champion, that Omori is the top candidate after winning this years Champion Carnival, but as for an opponent… both the World Tag Champions in Suwama and Joe Doering, and even Jun Akiyama who faced Omori in the finals of the Carnival could very well be in the early running. Fuchi stated that he wants to plan for the rightful contenders to be determined at the June 15 show at the Korakuen Hall.
    ————————————————————————————-
    Following yesterday’s show, it was announced that KENSO has suffered an injury to his left knee and has had to call off an upcoming public appearance. No word yet on how long he will be out of action, but this is certainly a blow to his Dark Kingdom faction if the injury keeps him away from the ring.

    ————————————————————————————-
    All Japan announced that freelance wrestler Tomoya (
    斗猛矢) and former UWFi/Pride/UFC fighter Kenichi Yamamoto (山本喧一) will be competing in the promotion on both June 28 & 29th.
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    Suwama then came out for the press conference to talk about his recent defense of the World Tag belts and to make a proposal for Atsushi Aoki to join “Evolution”. Suwama stated that he is ever looking to expand his group and nothing better than adding a champion into the mix. Aoki did not have anything to say in regards to the proposal at this time, but he is eager for a challenger to be named for his newly acquired World Jr belt.
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    Currently no matches have been announced for the upcoming tour in June, but with the proposal that a new champion could indeed be crowned there could potentially be more eyes on the promotion to see what comes next.

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