Posts tagged "fujita jr hayato"
  1. Notes: 3 / 5 days ago 

    Michinoku Pro [Tohoku Tag: Nohashi/Ali vs Hayato/Ken45] results for April 19, 2014

    Michinoku Pro-Wrestling, 4/19/2014 [Sat] 19:00 @ Shinkiba 1stRING in Tokyo
    365 Spectators (overcrowded)

    (1) Takeshi Minamino vs. Ayumu Gunji
    Winner: Minamino (7:00) following the Shikahama Dynamite.

    (2) Jinsei Shinzaki & Rasse vs. Numajiro Kesen & Kinya Oyanagi
    Winner: Shinzaki (10:10) with a Frankensteiner in Kesen.

    (3) Daichi Sasaki’s Regular Army Return 1st Match: Manjimaru vs. Daichi Sasaki
    Winner: Manjimaru (3:13) following the Manji-otoshi (Manji Driver).

    (4) Kenbai vs. Jason Lee
    Winner: Lee (8:58) with the Game of Death.

    (5) The Great Sasuke, Shu & Kei Brahman vs. Yapperman #1, #2 & #3
    Winner: Sasuke (11:59) with the Messiah Korin (Messiah Descent) on Yapper #2.

    (6) Tohoku Tag Championship Match: [19th Champions] Taro Nohashi & Tiger Ali vs. [Challengers] Fujita “Jr” Hayato & Ken45°
    Winner: Ali (21:53) with a Camel Clutch on Ken45°.
    ~ 2nd successful title defense.
    image


    ——————————————————
    Michinoku Pro-Wrestlin, 5/5/2014 [Mon]14:00 @ Yahaba Town General Gymnasium in Iwate

    (1) Daichi Sasaki vs. Go [First Ever Michinoku Pro Match]
    (2) Rasse & Kenbai vs. Fujita “Jr” Hayato & Takeshi Minamino
    (3) The Great Sasuke & Kei Brahman vs. Yapperman #1 & #2
    (4) Rui Hyugaji’s Return Match: Jinsei Shinzaki, Numajiro Kesen & Kinya Oyanagi vs. Rui Hyugaji, Taro Nohashi & Ayumu Gunji

    (5) 4FW Junior Heavyweight Championship Match: [Champion] Ken45° vs. [Challenger] Tiger Ali

    (6) Tohoku Junior Heavyweight Championship Match: Shu Brahman vs. Manjimaru
    ~ Winner becomes the 18th generation champion for the vacant title.

  2. Notes: 4 / 1 month ago 

    Michinoku Pro [Tohoku Junior Tournament, Semi-Finals] results for March 23, 2014

    imageMichinoku Pro-Wrestling “Tohoku Junior Heavyweight Championship Tournament, Semi-Finals”, 3/22/2014 [Sun] 14:00 @ Sendai Best Western Hotel in Miyagi
    400 Spectators (overcrowded)

    (1) Numajiro Kesen, Kinya Oyanagi & Ayumu Gunji vs. Taro Nohashi, Tiger Ali & Mr. 450
    Winner: Nohashi (9:54) following a metal can attack on Kesen.

    (2) Fujita “Jr” Hayato vs. Daichi Sasaki
    Winner: Hayato (7:21) following a Running Kick.

    (3) Yapperman #1 & #2 vs. Rasse & Kenbai
    Winner: Kenbai (11:09) with the Imuoni on #2.

    (4)  Ultimo Dragon & Jinsei Shinzaki vs. the Great Sasuke & Kei Brahman
    Winner: Shinzaki (12:09) with the Nenbutsu (Budhist Prayer) Powerbomb on Kei.

    (5) B BLOCK Tournament, Semi-Final Round Match: Ken45° vs. ManjiMaru
    Winner: Manji (12:02) following the Manji-otoshi (Manji Driver).

    (6) A BLOCK Tournament, Semi-Final Round Match: Takeshi Minamino vs. Shu Brahman
    Winner: Shu (16:34) with the Zombie King (Modified Michinoku Driver II).
    ——————————————————————————————-
    Then the finals to crown the new champion will be on May 5.

    Michinoku Pro-Wrestling “Golden Week Tour ~ Tohoku Junior Heavyweight Championship Tournament FINAL”, 5/5/2014 [Mon] 14:00 @ Yahaba Townsman General Gymnasium
    (-) Tohoku Junior Heavyweight Championship Tournament Final Match: Shu Brahman vs. ManjiMaru

  3. Notes: 4 / 1 month ago 

    Michinoku Pro [Tohoku Junior Tournament, 2nd Round] results for March 22, 2014

    imageMichinoku Pro-Wrestling “Tohoku Junior Heavyweight Championship Tournament, 2nd Round”, 3/22/2014 [Sat] 18:30 @ Yahaba Townsman General Gymnasium
    650 Spectators

    (1) Michinoku 3WAY Match: Mr. 450 vs. Taro Nohashi vs. Ken45°
    Winner: Nohashi (11:51) with a Small Package Hold on 450.

    (2) Ultimo Dragon & Kinya Oyanagi vs. The Great Sasuke & Kei Brahman
    Winner: Oyanagi (13:40) via foul, Kei.

    (3) Jinsei Shinzaki & Fujita “Jr” Hayato vs. Daichi Sasaki & Ayumu Gunji
    Winner: Hayato (13:40) following a Running Kick to Sasaki.

    (4) 8th Generation Dynamite Tohoku Return Match: Dynamite Tohoku & Numajiro Kesen vs. Yapperman #1 & Yapperman #2
    Winner: Yapperman #1 (6:16) with a Figure Four Leg Lock on Dynamite.
    ~ Dynamite Tohoku announced his retirement after the match.
    ~ Jinsei Shinzaki presented Dynamite with a bouquet of flowers and a 10 count gong was held in his honor.


    (5) A BLOCK Tournament, 2nd Round Match: Shu Brahman vs. Tiger Ali
    Winner: Shu (7:39) with a backslide.
    ~ Ali busted open Shu with a chair attack during the match.
    ~ Shu moves on to the semi-finals.

    (6) A BLOCK Tournament, 2nd Round Match: Rasse vs. Takeshi Minamino
    Winner: Minamino (8:26) with the KENJI.
    ~ Minamino moves on to the semi-finals.

    (7) B BLOCK Tournament, 2nd Round Match: Kenbai vs. ManjiMaru
    Winner: ManjiMaru (10:12) following the Manji-Otoshi.
    ~ ManjiMaru moves on to the semi-finals.
    ——————————————————————————————-
    Michinoku Pro-Wrestling “Tohoku Junior Heavyweight Championship Tournament, Semi-Finals”, 3/22/2014 [Sun] 14:00 @ Sendai Best Western Hotel in Miyagi
    (-) B BLOCK Tournament, Semi-Final Round Match: Ken45° vs. ManjiMaru
    (-) A BLOCK Tournament, Semi-Final Round Match: Takeshi Minamino vs. Shu Brahman
    ——————————————————————————————-
    Then the finals to crown the new champion will be on May 5.

    Michinoku Pro-Wrestling “Golden Week Tour ~ Tohoku Junior Heavyweight Championship Tournament FINAL”, 5/5/2014 [Mon] 14:00 @ Yahaba Townsman General Gymnasium
    (-) Tohoku Junior Heavyweight Championship Tournament Final Match: Winner of A BLOCK vs. Winner of B BLOCK

  4. Notes: 3 / 1 month ago 

    Michinoku Pro [Tohoku Junior Tournament, 1st Round] results for March 21, 2014

    imageMichinoku Pro-Wrestling “Tohoku Junior Heavyweight Championship Tournament, 1st Round Matches”, 3/21/2014 [Fri] 17:30 @ Hachinohe Hasshoku Center Kuriya Hall in Aomori
    310 Spectators (overcrowded/sold-out)

    ~ Michinoku kicks off a singles tournament to crown a new champion for the vacant Tohoku Junior Heavyweight belt.
    ——————————————————————————————-
    A BLOCK
    ~ Numajiro Kesen, Shu Brahman, Ayumu Gunji, Tiger Ali, Rasse, Daichi Sasaki, Taro Nohashi & Takeshi Minamino

    B BLOCK
    ~ Fujita “Jr” Hayato, Kinya Oyanagi, Yapperman #2, Ken45°, Kenbai, Yapperman #1, ManjiMaru & Mr. 450
    ——————————————————————————————-

    (1) A BLOCK Tournament, 1st Round Match [2]: Ayumu Gunji vs. Tiger Ali
    Winner: Ali (6:59) with a Camel Clutch.

    (2) B BLOCK Tournament, 1st Round Match [2]: Yapperman #2 vs. Ken45°
    Winner: Ken45° (6:06) with the BARONESS.

    (3) A BLOCK Tournament, 1st Round Match [3]: Rasse vs. Daichi Sasaki
    Winner: Rasse (0:18) with the Blink.

    (4) B BLOCK Tournament, 1st Round Match [3]: Kenbai vs. Yapperman #2.
    Winner: Kenbai (8:26) with the Imu-oni.

    (5) Jinsei Shinzaki & Ultimo Dragon vs. The Great Sasuke & Kei Brahman
    Winner: DRAW (13:23) Double Ring Out.

    (6) B BLOCK Tournament, 1st Round Match [4]: ManjiMaru vs. Mr. 450
    Winner: Manji () following the Manji-Otoshi.

    (7) A BLOCK Tournament, 1st Round Match [4]: Taro Nohashi vs. Takeshi Minamino
    Winner: Minamino (2:24) with the Shikahama Dynamite.

    (8) B BLOCK Tournament, 1st Round Match [1]: Fujita “Jr” Hayato vs. Kinya Oyanagi
    Winner: DRAW (15:00) Time Expired.
    ~ Both are disqualified from the tournament due to no winner being determined.
    ~ Due to this Ken45° gets an automatic pass to the semi-final round on 3/23.

    (9) A BLOCK Tournament, 1st Round Match [1]: Numajiro Kesen vs. Shu Brahman
    Winner: Shu (10:26) following the Zombie King.
    ~ Shu stated that he will win the tournament.

    ——————————————————————————————-
    The second and semi-final rounds will be conducted over the course of this weekend.

    Michinoku Pro-Wrestling “Tohoku Junior Heavyweight Championship Tournament, 2nd Round”, 3/22/2014 [Sat] 18:30 @ Yahaba Townsman General Gymnasium
    (-) B BLOCK Tournament, 2nd Round Match: Kenbai vs. ManjiMaru

    (-) A BLOCK Tournament, 2nd Round Match: Rasse vs. Takeshi Minamino
    (-) A BLOCK Tournament, 2nd Round Match: Shu Brahman vs. Tiger Ali
    ——————————————————————————————-
    Michinoku Pro-Wrestling “Tohoku Junior Heavyweight Championship Tournament, Semi-Finals”, 3/22/2014 [Sun] 14:00 @ Sendai Best Western Hotel in Miyagi
    (-) B BLOCK Tournament, Semi-Final Round Match: Ken45° vs. (Winner of Kenbai/Manji)
    (-) A BLOCK Tournament, Semi-Final Round Match: (Winner of Rasse/Minamino) vs. (Winner of Shu/Ali)
    ——————————————————————————————-
    Then the finals to crown the new champion will be on May 5.

    Michinoku Pro-Wrestling “Golden Week Tour ~ Tohoku Junior Heavyweight Championship Tournament FINAL”, 5/5/2014 [Mon] 14:00 @ Yahaba Townsman General Gymnasium
    (-) Tohoku Junior Heavyweight Championship Tournament Final Match: Winner of A BLOCK vs. Winner of B BLOCK

  5. Notes: 4 / 2 months ago 

    DIAMOND RING [Kensuke Sasaki vs Katsuhiko Nakajima] results for February 11, 2014

    image
    DIAMOND RING, 2/11/2014 [Tue] 12:00 @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo

    2,100 Spectators (sold-out/overcrowded)

    ~ Nakajima came out at the start of the show to thank everyone for coming out and to help him celebrate his 10th anniversary. Nakajima stated that he expects a rough match against his “father” and he wanted to be sure he could greet the fans properly. He closed it by asking everyone to please enjoy the event today.

    (1) Namazu Man, CHANGO [Free] & “Hollywood” Stalker Ichikawa vs. Kikutaro [Akiba], NOSAWA Rongai [Tokyo Gurentai] & Antonio Honda [Free]
    Winner: Namazu (9:54) via counter pinfall following a Crossbody from Kikutaro.

    (2) Joshi Special Tag Match: Yumiko Hotta [Diana] & Yoshiko [Stardom] vs. Natsuki☆Taiyo [Stardom] & Sareee [Diana]
    Winner: Hotta (9:57) with the Pyramid Driver on Sareee.

    (3) Kento Miyahra [AJPW] vs. Go Shiozaki [AJPW]
    Winner: Shiozaki (10:50) following the Go Flasher.
    ~ Respect was shown between the All Japan Xceed teammates. The two both move on to compete again in All Japan later today.
    ~ Miyahara stated that it is his goal to claim the World Tag belts with Shiozaki as his partner.

    (3) Mitsuhiro Kitamiya & Hitoshi Kumano [NOAH] vs. Daichi Hashimoto [ZERO1] & Tank Nagai [K-DOJO]
    Winner: Daichi (13:23) following a Shining Wizard to Kumano.

    (5) Satoshi Kajiwara & Fujita “Jr” Hayato [Michinoku] vs. Naomichi Marufuji & Taiji Ishimori [both NOAH]
    Winner: Marufuji (18:20) following the Tiger Flowsion on Kajiwara.
    ~ It seems there might be something more heading out of this match between Ishimori and Hayato… I guess only time will tell if a single match comes into play between the two.
    ~ Marufuji went to shake Hayato’s hand, but Hayato kicked it away.

    (6) Main Event: Kensuke Sasaki vs. Katsuhiko Nakajima
    Winner: Nakajima (20+) with a German Suplex Hold.
    ~ Nakajima finally claimed a victory over his teacher. The torch has been passed from teacher to student, or this case “father to son”, Nakajima claims the biggest win over his career on his 10th year milestone.
    ~ Nakajima thanked Sasaki for the match afterwords. Sasaki replied that Nakajima has certainly become a strong wrestler, and that even though he lost it feels right to have lost.
    ~ The 47 year old Sasaki, who is celebrating his 28th year as a pro wrestler, said that he has no regrets.

    It really just felt like Sasaki expressed that he will be retiring from active competition!? The details are scarce at this time as Sasaki just kind of announced this abrubtly and then walked out of the arena. Was this his final match? Or will be plan on holding a final show sometime in the near future. I’ll be sure to keep you guys updated to what happens. - BushidoRX
  6. Notes: 2 / 4 months ago 
    [DIAMOND RING News] DR has announced the full card for their upcoming Korakuen Hall show on February 11.Following the previously announced main event between Kensuke Sasaki and Katsuhiko Nakajima, DR has announced 5 other matches to fill out the annual Korakuen Hall show on 2/11. Among the announcements is what should be a sold semi-final match as Satoshi Kajiwara teams with Michinoku Pro Wrestling’s Fujita “Jr” Hayato to take on the Pro Wrestling NOAH team of Naomichi Marufuji & Taiji Ishimori. All 4 men are skilled junior heavyweights in their own right and this should be a fast paced and technical match from the early looks of things.Kento Miyahara, though now freelance from DR, will also be undergoing a special singles challenge match of his own, but at this time no challenger has been named.The two rookies from DR & NOAH will be teaming together to take on the current “super” rookies from both Pro Wrestling ZERO1 & KAIENTA DOJO.Below is the announced card in full.DIAMOND RING, 2/11/2014 [Tue] 12:00 @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo(1) Namazu Man, CHANGO [Free] & “Hollywood” Stalker Ichikawa vs. Kikutaro [Akiba], NOSAWA Rongai [Tokyo Gurentai] & Antonio Honda [Free](2) Mitsuhiro Kitamiya & Hitoshi Kumano [NOAH] vs. Daichi Hashimoto [ZERO1] & Tank Nagai [K-DOJO](3) Joshi Special Tag Match: Yumiko Hotta [Diana] & X vs. Natsuki☆Taiyo [Stardom] & Sareee [Diana](4) Kento Miyahra [Free] vs. (X = to be announced)(5) Satoshi Kajiwara & Fujita “Jr” Hayato [Michinoku] vs. Naomichi Marufuji & Taiji Ishimori [both NOAH](6) Main Event: Kensuke Sasaki vs. Katsuhiko Nakajima

    [DIAMOND RING News] DR has announced the full card for their upcoming Korakuen Hall show on February 11.

    Following the previously announced main event between Kensuke Sasaki and Katsuhiko Nakajima, DR has announced 5 other matches to fill out the annual Korakuen Hall show on 2/11. Among the announcements is what should be a sold semi-final match as Satoshi Kajiwara teams with Michinoku Pro Wrestling’s Fujita “Jr” Hayato to take on the Pro Wrestling NOAH team of Naomichi Marufuji & Taiji Ishimori. All 4 men are skilled junior heavyweights in their own right and this should be a fast paced and technical match from the early looks of things.

    Kento Miyahara, though now freelance from DR, will also be undergoing a special singles challenge match of his own, but at this time no challenger has been named.

    The two rookies from DR & NOAH will be teaming together to take on the current “super” rookies from both Pro Wrestling ZERO1 & KAIENTA DOJO.

    Below is the announced card in full.

    DIAMOND RING, 2/11/2014 [Tue] 12:00 @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo

    (1) Namazu Man, CHANGO [Free] & “Hollywood” Stalker Ichikawa vs. Kikutaro [Akiba], NOSAWA Rongai [Tokyo Gurentai] & Antonio Honda [Free]
    (2) Mitsuhiro Kitamiya & Hitoshi Kumano [NOAH] vs. Daichi Hashimoto [ZERO1] & Tank Nagai [K-DOJO]
    (3) Joshi Special Tag Match: Yumiko Hotta [Diana] & X vs. Natsuki☆Taiyo [Stardom] & Sareee [Diana]
    (4) Kento Miyahra [Free] vs. (X = to be announced)
    (5) Satoshi Kajiwara & Fujita “Jr” Hayato [Michinoku] vs. Naomichi Marufuji & Taiji Ishimori [both NOAH]
    (6) Main Event: Kensuke Sasaki vs. Katsuhiko Nakajima

     
  7. Notes: 2 / 4 months ago 

    ZERO1 [Furinkazan Tag Tournament FINAL] results for December 17, 2013

    image
    Pro- Wrestling ZERO1 “BIG MARCH presents Furinkazan Tag Tournament 2013” 12/17/2013 [Tue] 18:30 @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo [FINAL]


    (1) Toru Owashi & Mineo Fujita vs. Maybach β & Jason Lee
    Winner: Mineo (9:03) with a Gannosuke Clutch on Maybach.

    (2) Ikuto Hidaka & Takuya Sugawara vs. “brother” YASSHI & Kengo
    Winner: YASSHI (8:39) following a Diving Headbutt on Sugawara.
    ~ TARU interfered allowing allowing YASSHI to land a sneak attack and then the finish.

    (3) Furinkazan Semi-Final Match: Shinjiro Otani & Masato Tanaka vs. James Raideen & Tama Williams
    imageWinner: Williams (15:54) following the Double Arm style Piledriver on Tanaka.

    (4) Furinkazan Semi-Final Match: Daemon Ueda & Yusaku Obata vs. Daisuke Sekimoto & Yuji Okabayashi
    imageWinner: Obata (16:00) following the Vertical Fall style Captured on Okabayashi.
    ~ Obata appeared to have hurt his hip during the match, he walked to the back favoring his side.

    (5) Kohei Sato, KAMIKAZE & Ryoji Sai vs. Yoshikazu Yokoyama, Tank Nagai & Choun Shiryu
    Winner: KAMIKAZE (12:12) with a Moonsault Press on Yokoyama.

    (6) Daichi Hashimoto vs. Fujita “Jr” Hayato
    Winner: Hayato (14:35) with the K.I.D. (guillotine sleeper)
    ~ Hayato stated that he is willing for there to be a rematch but not until Daichi has finally grown into his own. Daich and Hayato shook hands on it.
    ~ Daichi asked for the fans to continue supporting him as he aims to push himself harder.

    (7) Furinkazan Final Match: James Raideen & Tama Williams vs. Daemon Ueda & Yusaku Obata
    image
    imageWinner: Ueda (15:34) following a Lariat on Raideen.
    ~ Ueda stated that he and Obata will go for the Intercontinental Tag belts next year…. but Obata rebutted by saying that him and Ueda are not really tag team partners, this partnership was more or less to keep us occupied and for them both to find their true drives.
    ~ Ueda then stated his intentions of going after Raideen and the World Heavyweight belt. Ueda then hinted that he may also make a challenge for the Tag belts with Sugawara as his partner.
    ~ Obata stated he aims to change and to one day be at the top of ZERO1. He then hinted at a potential partnership with Masato Tanaka and then further added that he aims to become his apprentice.
    ~ This in turn was followed by Daichi Hashimoto asking to align himself with Masato Tanaka, over his current teacher in Shinjiro Otani. Daichi stated that it is his aim to eventually defeat Otani, and for him to do that he needs to change.

    ~ YASSHI and the VOODOO MURDERS then intruded and stated that they will change ZERO1… and even made a call for KAMIKAZE to come and join VOODOO.

    ~ Otani respected the winners of the Furinkazan wishes in not pursuing the tag belts together. But he also wants to see ZERO1 reborn and hopes the new year will bring even more positivity for the future.

    image

  8. Notes: 3 / 4 months ago 

    Michinoku [Space Great War - Tohoku Jr: Kenou vs Minamino - Shinzaki vs Hayato] results for December 13, 2013

    imageMichinoku Pro-Wrestling “Space Great War ~MAGIC SASUKE~ Michinoku Pro-Wrestling 3 Great Battle”, 12/13/2013 [Fri] 18:30 @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo
    1,834 Spectators

    (1) Korakuen Super Battle: Kenbai, Rasse, Kinya Oyanagi & Ayumu Gunji vs. ManjiMaru, Ken45°, Daichi Sasaki & Obariyon
    ◆Winner: ManjiMaru (9:35) following a Vertical Fall style Brainbuster  on Gunji.

    (2) THE Joshi Pro-Wrestling: Yapperman #3 vs. Mio Shirai
    ◆Winner: Yapper #3 (6:36) following a Fisherman Buster.

    (3) Special Tag Match: Ultimo Draon & Kesen Numa-Girolamo vs. Katsuo & Menso~re Oyaji
    ◆Winner: Dragon (13:20) following the Asai DDT to Katsuo.

    (4) Special Single Match: Jinsei Shinzaki vs. Fujita “Jr” Hayato
    ◆Winner: Hayato (22:23) with the KID (Front Guillotine Sleeper), referee stopped the match.
    ~ Hayato showed his gratitude to President Shinzaki for the match and opportunities. He told Shinzaki that the future should be left to “us”, the younger generation in Michinoku.
    ~ It appears a whole new era for Hayato is about to begin.

    (5) Space Great War ~ MAGIC SASUKE: The Great Sasuke, Yapperman #1, Yapperman #2 & Macho☆Pump vs. Shu Brahman, Kei Brahman, Karate Brahman & Space Torinji (Taro Nohashi)
    ~ This years theme “MAGIC MIKE”.
    ◆Winner: Shu (20:35) after a failed moonsault attempt from Sasuke, which allowed Shu to pin him.
    ~ Even though Sasuke lost the match, he celebrated in the ring with his teammates with another dance.
    ~ The Brahman’s celebrated their victory of forcing Sasuke to suffer his first loss in a Space Great War match. They stated that next years theme be a “Crisis on Earth” and with Sasuke shocked the fans by formally accepting an alliance with them.

    (6) Tohoku Junior Heavyweight Championship Match: [17th Champion] Kenou vs. [Challenger] Takeshi Minamino
    ◆Winner: Kenou (20:38) following a Right High Kick.
    - 3rd title defense
    ~ Kenou announced that he will joining Pro Wrestling NOAH with the new year and officially relinquished his reign as champion.
    ~ He thanked all the fans who has supported him throughout his career, so far, but it is now time for him to truly begin his next step to becoming something greater.

  9. Notes: 2 / 4 months ago 

    ZERO1 [Furinkazan Tag 1st Round] results for December 1, 2013

    Pro- Wrestling ZERO1 “BIG MARCH presents Furinkazan Tag Tournament 2013” 12/1/2013 [Sun] 18:00 @ Shinkiba 1stRING in Tokyo [OPENER]
    (1) Ryoji Sai & Dios Maradona vs. Tama Williams & Jo Kyungho
    Winner: Williams (8:49) following a Double Arm style Piledriver on Maradona.

    (2) Furinkazan 1st Round Match: Jason Lee & Choun Shiryu vs. Mineo Fujita & Daichi Hashimoto
    Winner: Lee (13:04) with the Game of Death on Mineo.

    (3) Furinkazan 1st Round Match: Daemon Ueda & Yusaku Obata vs. Yutaka Yoshie & Masato Shibata
    Winner: Ueda (14:31) following a Lariat on Shibata.

    (4) Furinkazan 1st Round Match: Kohei Sato & KAMIKAZE vs. Yoshikazu Yokoyama & Tank Nagai
    Winner: KAMIKAZE (15:49) with a Moonsault Press on Yokoyama.

    (5) Furinkazan 1st Round Match: Ikuto Hidaka & Fujita “Jr” Hayato vs. Takuya Sugawara & Toru Owashi
    Winner: Hidaka (15:21) with the Iwami Ginzan on Sugawara.

    (6) Furinkazan 1st Round Match: Shinjiro Otani & Masato Tanaka vs. “brother” YASSHI & Kengo
    Winner: Otani (17:11) with the Spiral Bomb on Kengo.
    ~ TARU attacked Otani and Tanaka after the match and declared the VM will takeover ZERO1.

    ZERO1 Furinkazan Tag Tournament - All Teams and Matches Announced
    http://keepingthespiritalive.tumblr.com/post/68256708369/zero1-furinkazan-tag-tournament-all-teams-and-matches

    Pro- Wrestling ZERO1 “BIG MARCH presents Furinkazan Tag Tournament 2013” 12/10/2013 [Tue] 18:30 @ Nasci Hall Umeda in Osaka
    () Furinkazan 1st Round Match: Ryoji Sai & KAZMA SAKAMOTO vs. James Raideen & Tama Williams

    () Furinkazan 2nd Round Match: Ikuto Hidaka & Fujita “Jr” Hayato vs. Sugawara/Owashi vs. Billyken Kid & Tigers Mask
    () Furinkazan 2nd Round Match: Shinjiro Otani & Masato Tanaka vs. Atsushi Onita & Kenichi Fujii
    () Furinkazan 2nd Round Match: Daemon Ueda & Yusaku Obata vs. Maybach β & Great Malaki
    () Furinkazan 2nd Round Match: Jason Lee & Choun Shiryu vs. Daisuke Sekimoto & Yuji Okabayashi

  10. Notes: 3 / 5 months ago 

    [ZERO1 News] Pro Wrestling Zero1 officially announced the teams that will be competing in their upcoming Furinkazan Tag Tournament that is set to take place throughout the month of December.

    6 teams have been announced, in total, to be competing against one another in this years tournament. Most of the teams made their bids to be in this years tournament during the last show on November 17.
    The only team missing is that of Akebono and Daisuke Sekimoto who are the reigning Tag Champions, but that is in part of All Japan holding their own Tag League during this time and Akebono being booked there.
    Though this means the winners of the tournament should move on to have a title shot against the champions soon following the conclusion of the tournament. Potentially in early January.

    Furinkazan Tag Tournament 2013 - Announced Teams
    ~ “Emblem” Shinjiro Otani & Masato Tanaka
    ~ Kohei Sato & KAMIKAZE
    ~ Ikuto Hidaka & Fujita “Jr” Hayato
    ~ Takuya Sugawara & Toru Owashi
    ~ Jason Lee & Choun Shiryu
    ~ “VOODOO MURDERS” “brother” YASSHI & Kengo

    The tournament is set to take place over the course of 5 days in the month of December.

    12/1 @ Shinkiba 1stRING in Tokyo, 18:00 [OPENER]
    12/10 @ Nasci Hall Umeda in Osaka, 18:30
    12/11 @ Nagoya Telepia Hall, 18:30
    12/13 @ Ibaraki Prefectural Sports Center Gymnasium, 18:30
    12/17 @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, 18:30 [FINAL]

  11. Notes: 3 / 5 months ago 

    Michinoku Pro results for November 4, 2013

    imageMichinoku Pro-Wrestling “20th Anniversary Event in Morioka”, 11/4/2013 [Mon] 15:00 @ Iwate Prefectural Gymnasium
    2,000 Spectators


    (1) Kinya Oyanagi, Ayumu Gunji & Boso Boy Raito vs. ken45°, Daichi Sasaki & Obariyon
    Winner: ken45° (11:41) with the BARONESS on Gunji.

    (2) Kesen Numa-Girolamo & Katsuo vs. Yapperman #1 & #2
    Winner: Kesen (10:28) followng the Kesenuma-Otoshi (Drop) on #2.

    (3) Shisao vs. Rasse
    Winner: Shisao (10:25) following the Final Shisa DX.

    (4) 6 Man Tag Match: Tiger Mask IV, Super Delfin & Ultimo Dragon vs. Taro Nohashi, Shu & Kei Brahman
    Winner: Tiger (12:14) with a Tiger Suplex Hold on Nohashi.
    ~ This match was the first time that Tiger and Delfin have competed in a tag match together in 14 years, December 8, 1999.

    (5) TAKA Michinoku & FUNAKI vs. Takeshi Minamino vs. ManjiMaru
    Winner: Minamino (17:05) following the Shikahama Dynamite on FUNAKI.

    (6) Fan Public Offering ~ The #1 Match Card You Want to See ~ The Great Sasuke & Jinsei Shinzaki’s Return Match: The Great Sasuke & Jinsei Shinzaki vs. Fujita “Jr” Hayato & Kenou
    Winner: Kenou (31:13) following a right high kick to Shinzaki.
    ~ The current reigning Tohoku Jr. Heavyweight champion gets the victory over the veteran.

    ————————————————————————————-
    Announced matches for future shows…

    Michinoku “November Tour Sendai 2 Days 2013”, 11/23/2013 [Sat] 14:00 @ Sendai Best Western Hotel in Miyagi

    (-) Kenbai Triumphal Returning Homecoming Match: Kenbai vs. Taro Nohashi
    (-) Special Match: Kenou vs. Katsuo

    Michinoku “November Tour Sendai 2 Days 2013”, 11/24/2013 [Sun] 14:00 @ Sendai Best Western Hotel in Miyagi

    (-) Space Great War, Sendai Showdown: The Great Sasuke & (to be announced) vs. Shu & Kei Brahman
    ————————————————————————————-
    Michinoku “Space Great War”, 12/13/2013 [Fri] 18:30 @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo

    () Space Great War ~ MAGIC SASUKE: (to be announced)

    (-) Tohoku Junior Heavyweight Match: [17th Champion] Kenou vs. [Challenger] Takeshi Minamino

  12. Notes: 1 / 6 months ago 

    ZERO1 results for September 28, 2013

    image
    image

    Pro Wrestling ZERO1 “WRESTLES Shinkiba Event”, 9/28/2013 [Sat] 19:00 @ Shinkiba 1stRING in Tokyo

    (1) ZERO1 vs WNC 6 Man Tag Match: Daemon Ueda, Yoshikazu Yokoyama & Rikiya Fudo vs. Koji Doi, Jiro Kuroshio & Yoshihiro Horaguchi
    Winner: Doi () following an Axe Bomber to Yokoyama.

    (2) Japan vs China Jr. Tag Match: Takuya Sugawara & Mineo Fujita vs. Jason Lee & Choun Shiryu
    Winner: Sugawara () over Lee.

    (3) ZERO1 vs W-1 Tag Match: Ryoji Sai & KAZMA SAKAMOTO w/ Masayuki Kono vs. Hiroshi Yamato & Yasufumi Nakanoueno
    Winner: Sai () following the Nachi Waterfall (Nachi no Taki) to Nakanoueno.

    (4) Shinjiro Otani & Masato Tanaka vs. Ikuto Hidaka & Fujita “Jr” Hayato [Michinoku]
    Winner: DRAW (30:00) Time Limit Expired.

    (5) World Heavyweight Next Contendership Match: KAMIKAZE vs. Yusaku Obata
    Winner: Obata () with a Phoenix Splash.
    ~ Obata earns the right to face Raideen for the World Heavyweight Championship.

  13. 8 months ago 
    Pro Wrestling ZERO1, 8/19/2013 [Mon] 19:30 @ Shinkiba 1stRING(1) Kohei Sato & Tsubakichi Sanshu vs. Yusaku Obata & Daisuke (GUTS World)~ Winner: Kohei (11:15) with a German Suplex Hold on Daisuke.(2) Yuhi vs. Hikaru Shida~ Winner: DRAW (15:00) Time Limit Expired.(3) Special Exhibition Match: Ryoji Sai vs. Shungo Oyama~ Winner: DRAW (5:00) Time Limit Expired.(4) Masato Tanaka, KAZMA SAKAMOTO & Daemon Ueda vs. James Raideen, Maybach β & Hartley Jackson~ Winner: Jackson (12:27) following a Piledriver on Ueda.(5) NWA UN Heavyweight Championship Match: [Champion] Zeus vs. [Champion] Yoshikazu Yokoyama~ Winner: Zeus (13:45) following a Short Range style Lariat.(6) Ikuto Hidaka & Fujita “Jr” Hayato (Michinoku) vs. Ryoji Sai & Manabu Hara (Free)~ Winner: Hidaka (16:47) following the Stray Dog (Norainu) High Kick to Hara.ZERO1 will be holding another show at Shinkiba tomorrow, the announced card, at this time, is below.Pro Wrestling ZERO1, 8/20/2013 [Tue] 19:30 @ Shinkiba 1stRING() Takafumi Ito vs. Gabai Jichan() Daisuke Sekimoto & Toru Owashi vs. James Raideen & Tama Williams() NWA UN Heavyweight Championship Match: [Champion] Zeus vs. [Champion] Yoshikazu Yokoyama() Takuya Sugawara & Mineo Fujita vs. Shu & Kei Brahman

    Pro Wrestling ZERO1, 8/19/2013 [Mon] 19:30 @ Shinkiba 1stRING

    (1) Kohei Sato & Tsubakichi Sanshu vs. Yusaku Obata & Daisuke (GUTS World)
    ~ Winner: Kohei (11:15) with a German Suplex Hold on Daisuke.
    (2) Yuhi vs. Hikaru Shida
    ~ Winner: DRAW (15:00) Time Limit Expired.
    (3) Special Exhibition Match: Ryoji Sai vs. Shungo Oyama
    ~ Winner: DRAW (5:00) Time Limit Expired.
    (4) Masato Tanaka, KAZMA SAKAMOTO & Daemon Ueda vs. James Raideen, Maybach β & Hartley Jackson
    ~ Winner: Jackson (12:27) following a Piledriver on Ueda.

    (5) NWA UN Heavyweight Championship Match: [Champion] Zeus vs. [Champion] Yoshikazu Yokoyama
    ~ Winner: Zeus (13:45) following a Short Range style Lariat.

    (6) Ikuto Hidaka & Fujita “Jr” Hayato (Michinoku) vs. Ryoji Sai & Manabu Hara (Free)
    ~ Winner: Hidaka (16:47) following the Stray Dog (Norainu) High Kick to Hara.


    ZERO1 will be holding another show at Shinkiba tomorrow, the announced card, at this time, is below.

    Pro Wrestling ZERO1, 8/20/2013 [Tue] 19:30 @ Shinkiba 1stRING

    () Takafumi Ito vs. Gabai Jichan
    () Daisuke Sekimoto & Toru Owashi vs. James Raideen & Tama Williams

    ()
    NWA UN Heavyweight Championship Match: [Champion] Zeus vs. [Champion] Yoshikazu Yokoyama

    () Takuya Sugawara & Mineo Fujita vs. Shu & Kei Brahman

     
  14. 11 months ago 
    [ZERO1 News] ZERO1 recently held a press conference to announce heir full card for their next upcoming show on May 19th at the Shinkiba 1stRING. The ZERO1 vs. NWF feud will be continuing strong with the 3 matches, 4 if you include ZERO64, with the NWF looking to maintain their win streak heading out of the Korakuen Hall show on May 4th.James Raideen will be leading the group in the main event bout as he teams with Tama Williams and Mark Coffey to take on Shinjiro Otani, Masato Tanaka and Shito Ueda. NWF will definitely have a hard task in front of them with the ZERO1 leaders in Otani and Tanaka, but a win would certainly give them more power than ever.Raideen also expressed that he and Maybach β want to challenge for the Intercontinental Tag belts which are currently held by Akebono and Daisuke Sekimoto.Otani also announced that the 2013 edition of the Fire Festival will be taking place from July 17th to August 4th. The opening show on July 17th will also be held in the honor of Naohiro Hoshikawa, who would be celebrating his 20th Anniversary as a pro wrestler. Hoshikawa career was cut short in late 200r as he suffered a career ending injury while in competition.This show will also see the dream teaming of Ikuto Hidaka and Fujita “Jr” Hayato as they take on, the current double junior champion, Jonathan Gresham and Jack Anthony. Gresham currently has no challenger for his newly won belts, but this match could potentially set up his first challenger.Below is the announced card for the show.Pro Wrestling ZERO1, 5/19/2013 [Sun] 12:00 @ Shinkiba 1st RING(-) Kohei Sato, KAMIKAZE & Ryoji Sai vs. Yoshikazu Yokoyama, Toru Sugiura & Naoshi Sano(-) ZERO64 vs NWF Tag Match: Takuya Sugawara & Mineo Fujita vs. Craig Classic & Jason New(-) ZERO1 vs NWF Tag Match: Ikuto Hidaka & Fujita “Jr” Hayato vs. Jonathan Gresham & Jack Anthony(-) ZERO1 vs NWF Single Match: Yusaku Obata vs. Maybach β(-) ZERO1 vs NWF 6 Man Tag Match: Shinjiro Otani, Masato Tanaka & Shito Ueda vs. James Raideen, Tama Williams & Mark Coffey

    [ZERO1 News] ZERO1 recently held a press conference to announce heir full card for their next upcoming show on May 19th at the Shinkiba 1stRING.

    The ZERO1 vs. NWF feud will be continuing strong with the 3 matches, 4 if you include ZERO64, with the NWF looking to maintain their win streak heading out of the Korakuen Hall show on May 4th.
    James Raideen will be leading the group in the main event bout as he teams with Tama Williams and Mark Coffey to take on Shinjiro Otani, Masato Tanaka and Shito Ueda. NWF will definitely have a hard task in front of them with the ZERO1 leaders in Otani and Tanaka, but a win would certainly give them more power than ever.
    Raideen also expressed that he and Maybach β want to challenge for the Intercontinental Tag belts which are currently held by Akebono and Daisuke Sekimoto.

    Otani also announced that the 2013 edition of the Fire Festival will be taking place from July 17th to August 4th. The opening show on July 17th will also be held in the honor of Naohiro Hoshikawa, who would be celebrating his 20th Anniversary as a pro wrestler. Hoshikawa career was cut short in late 200r as he suffered a career ending injury while in competition.

    This show will also see the dream teaming of Ikuto Hidaka and Fujita “Jr” Hayato as they take on, the current double junior champion, Jonathan Gresham and Jack Anthony. Gresham currently has no challenger for his newly won belts, but this match could potentially set up his first challenger.

    Below is the announced card for the show.

    Pro Wrestling ZERO1, 5/19/2013 [Sun] 12:00 @ Shinkiba 1st RING

    (-) Kohei Sato, KAMIKAZE & Ryoji Sai vs. Yoshikazu Yokoyama, Toru Sugiura & Naoshi Sano
    (-) ZERO64 vs NWF Tag Match: Takuya Sugawara & Mineo Fujita vs. Craig Classic & Jason New

    (-) ZERO1 vs NWF Tag Match: Ikuto Hidaka & Fujita “Jr” Hayato vs. Jonathan Gresham & Jack Anthony

    (-) ZERO1 vs NWF Single Match: Yusaku Obata vs. Maybach β

    (-) ZERO1 vs NWF 6 Man Tag Match: Shinjiro Otani, Masato Tanaka & Shito Ueda vs. James Raideen, Tama Williams & Mark Coffey

     
  15. Notes: 2 / 11 months ago 
    [Michinoku Pro News] Michinoku announced the next defense for Fujita “Jr” Hayato and the Tohoku Jr. belt as he will be defending against his long time rival in Koji Kanemoto on June 9th. These two have met each other in very physical matches in the past, more specifically during the best of the Super Jr. (BOSJ) tournaments a few years ago in NJPW. Hayato has been looking to face against his stronger rivals during his current title reign (with current wins over Sasuke, Nakajima, Ikuto Hidaka), and looks to rekindle the heat between him in Kanemoto in what is sure to be nothing more than a physical and hard hitting match.Also announced is Minamino’s return from injury and the Tohoku Tag belts on the line as Ultimi Dragon and Kesennuma Jirolamo defend against Jinsei Shinzaki and Super Delfin.Below is the announced card as it stands right now.Michinoku Pro Wrestling “Michinoku Pro Wrestling 20th Anniversary Year, Tokyo Show”, 6/9/2013 [Sun] 12:00 @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo(-) Takeshi Minamino Return Match: Takeshi Minamino, ManjiMaru,  Ken45° & Daichi Sasaki vs. Kenou, Shu Brahman, Kei Brahman & Taro Nohashi(-) Tohoku Tag Championship Match: [18th Champions] Ultimo Dragon & Kesennuma Jirolamo vs. [Challengers] Jinsei Shinzaki & Super Delfin(-) Tohoku Junior Heavyweight Championship Match: [16th Champion] Fujita “Jr” Hayato vs. [Challenger] Koji Kanemoto~ 4th title defense.~ 3 more matches are to be scheduled with Shisao, Benham Ali, and Menso~re Oyaji also announced to be competing on the show.

    [Michinoku Pro News] Michinoku announced the next defense for Fujita “Jr” Hayato and the Tohoku Jr. belt as he will be defending against his long time rival in Koji Kanemoto on June 9th. These two have met each other in very physical matches in the past, more specifically during the best of the Super Jr. (BOSJ) tournaments a few years ago in NJPW. Hayato has been looking to face against his stronger rivals during his current title reign (with current wins over Sasuke, Nakajima, Ikuto Hidaka), and looks to rekindle the heat between him in Kanemoto in what is sure to be nothing more than a physical and hard hitting match.

    Also announced is Minamino’s return from injury and the Tohoku Tag belts on the line as Ultimi Dragon and Kesennuma Jirolamo defend against Jinsei Shinzaki and Super Delfin.

    Below is the announced card as it stands right now.

    Michinoku Pro Wrestling “Michinoku Pro Wrestling 20th Anniversary Year, Tokyo Show”, 6/9/2013 [Sun] 12:00 @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo

    (-) Takeshi Minamino Return Match: Takeshi Minamino, ManjiMaru,  Ken45° & Daichi Sasaki vs. Kenou, Shu Brahman, Kei Brahman & Taro Nohashi

    (-) Tohoku Tag Championship Match: [18th Champions] Ultimo Dragon & Kesennuma Jirolamo vs. [Challengers] Jinsei Shinzaki & Super Delfin

    (-) Tohoku Junior Heavyweight Championship Match: [16th Champion] Fujita “Jr” Hayato vs. [Challenger] Koji Kanemoto
    ~ 4th title defense.

    ~ 3 more matches are to be scheduled with Shisao, Benham Ali, and Menso~re Oyaji also announced to be competing on the show.

     
avatar_128
 
 
Follow me as I post the latest news from Japan as well as talk about sport of of Puroresu / プロレス (Japanese Pro Wrestling) in general. I will also post Videos, talk matches, answer questions, and do my best to spread the Puroresu Love! www.twitter.com/PuroresuSpirit facebook.com/Puroresuspirit puroresuspirit.com ----------------------------------------------------- Join the official FB Group! . Puroresu Spirit News Group ----------------------------------------------------- Spirit Exclusive posts.

This Week in Puroresu

Upcoming Title Matches

Puroresu Calender 2014

-----------------------------------------------------

2013 Year in Review

2013 Recommended Matches

----------------------------------------------------- All posts on this blog, unless stated otherwise, are translated and written by me, Charles/BushidoRX/ブシドRX

Thanks for following!

Direct Links to the latest news!

All Japan News and Results

BJW News and Results

DDT/Union News and Results

FREEDOMS News and Results

K-DOJO News and Results

NJPW News and Results

NOAH News and Results

Real Japan News and Results

Tenryu Project News and Results

WRESTLE-1 News and Results

ZERO1 News and Results

 
 

Following

respectthisringchikaraspecialcewshreviewspuroresusundaypwponderingsleodalmolinstrongstyleradiodatanguishiwantpuroresucgstong
 

Tumblr