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  1. Notes: 3 / 20 hours ago 

    AJPW [2014 CC Day 5] results for April 19, 2014

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    All Japan Pro-Wrestling “2014 Champion Carnival“, 4/19/2014 [Sat] 18:00 @ Akita Terrsa

    (1) SUSHI vs. Naoya Nomura
    Winner: SUSHI (7:53) with a Camel Clutch.

    (2) Yutaka Yoshie [FREE] & Ultimo Dragon [Toryumon MEXICO] vs. Masao Inoue [FREE] & Ryuji Hijikata [FREE]
    Winner: Yoshie (11:29) with a Jumping Body Press on Inoue.

    (3) Atsushi Aoki vs. Hikaru Sato [Pancrase MISSION]
    Winner: Aoki (12:24) with the Assault Point.
    ~ Aoki put his name forward for a another challenge against Ultimo Dragon and the World Jr. belt.

    (4) 6 Man Tag Match: Jun Akiyama, Takao Omori & Yoshinobu Kanemaru vs. KENSO, Mitsuya Nagai [DRADITION] & Bear Fukuda [SECRET BASE]
    Winner: Omori (11:39) following the Axe Bomber on Fukuda.

    (5) 2014 Champion Carnival A Block Match: Kento Miyahara vs. Kendo Kashin
    Winner: No Winner () Double Ring Out. Both receive zero points.

    (6) 2014 Champion Carnival A Block Match: Akebono vs. Osamu Nishimura
    Winner: Akebono () with a Running Body Press.
    ~ Akebono now holds the lead in the A Block.

    (7) Suwama & Joe Doering vs. Go Shiozaki & Kotaro Suzuki
    Winner: Doering (17:12) with the Revolution Bomb on Kotaro.
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    Current Standings

    A BLOCK
    ~ Akebono [3 Wins = 6 Points]
    ~ Suwama [2 Wins = 4 Points]

    ~ Takao Omori [1 Win, 1 Loss = 2 Points]

    ~ Osamu Nishimura [2 Losses = 0 Points]
    ~ Kendo Kashin [1 Loss, 1 Ring Out = 0 Points]
    ~ Kento Miyahara [2 Losses, 1 Ring Out = 0 Points]

    B BLOCK
    ~ Go Shiozaki [2 Wins = 4 Points]
    ~ Joe Doering [2 Wins = 4 Points]

    ~ Jun Akiyama [1 Win, 1 Loss = 2 Points]
    ~ Yutaka Yoshie [1 Win, 1 Loss = 2 Points]

    ~ KENSO [2 Losses = 0 Points]
    ~ Zeus [2 Losses = 0 Points]
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    ~Previous Day Results~
    ~ CC Day 1 (4/13)
    ~ CC Day 2 (4/14)
    ~ CC Day 3 (4/15)
    ~ CC Day 4 (4/16)
    ~ CC Day 5 (4/19) [ABOVE]
    ~ CC Day 6 (4/20)
    ~ CC Day 7 (4/23)
    ~ CC Day 7 (4/26)
    ~ CC Day 7 (4/27)
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    AJPW Event Cards for March & April 2014
    http://puroresuspirit.wordpress.com/2014/03/05/ajpw-event-cards-for-march-april-2014/

    AJPW – 2014 Champion Carnival – Talent & Matches Listing
    http://puroresuspirit.wordpress.com/2014/03/20/ajpw-2014-champion-carnival-talent-matches-listing/

  2. Notes: 2 / 1 week ago 

    AJPW [Champion Carnival Prelude Show] results for April 12, 2014

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    All Japan Pro-Wrestling “Champion Carnival 2014 ~ Eve”, 4/12/2014 [Sat] 17:00 @ Yokohama Radiant Hall in Kanagawa
    265 Spectators

    (1) Naoya Nomura vs. Ryuji Hijikata
    Winner: Hijikata (7:49) with a Face Lock.

    (2) SUSHI & Menso~re Oyaji vs. Ultimo Dragon [Toryumon MEXICO] & Osamu Nishimura [Free]
    Winner: Nishimura (16:39) with a Figure Four Leg Lock on SUSHI.

    (3) Takao Omori & Masao Inoue [Free] vs. Zeus [Free] & Masato Shibata [U-FILE CAMP]
    Winner: Zeus (17:08) following a Chokeslam on Inoue.

    (4) Akebono & Yutaka Yoshie [Free] vs. KENSO & Mitsuya Nagai [DRADITION]
    Winner: Akebono (11:34) with a Running Body Press on Nagai.
    ~ Akebono stated that he “all right” and that he is healthy. He further added that he will be aiming to be crowned this years Champion Carnival winner.

    (5) Jun Akiyama & Yoshinobu Kanemaru vs. Atsushi Aoki & Kendo Kashin [Free]
    Winner: Akiyama (11:34) with a counter to a cross armbar on Aoki.
    ~ Kashin hit Akiyama with a chair.

    (6) 6 Man Tag Match: Suwama, Joe Doering & Hikaru Sato [Pancrase MISSION] vs. Go Shiozaki, Kento Miyahara & Kotaro Suzuki
    Winner: Miyahara (25:51) with a German Suplex Hold on Hikaru.

    ~ Tomorrow is the first day of the 2014 Champion Carnival.

    AJPW Event Cards for March & April 2014
    http://puroresuspirit.wordpress.com/2014/03/05/ajpw-event-cards-for-march-april-2014/

    AJPW – 2014 Champion Carnival – Talent & Matches Listing
    http://puroresuspirit.wordpress.com/2014/03/20/ajpw-2014-champion-carnival-talent-matches-listing/

  3. Notes: 3 / 1 week ago 

    [AJPW News] All Japan held a press conference for their upcoming Champion Carnival tournament that begins this weekend.

    This year marks the 34th year that the Champion Carnival will be head and 12 wrestlers will be vying go for the coveted trophy and a future shot at the Triple Crown belt.

    AJPW – 2014 Champion Carnival – Talent & Matches Listing
    http://puroresuspirit.wordpress.com/2014/03/20/ajpw-2014-champion-carnival-talent-matches-listing/

    8 wrestlers were present for the press conference with Kashin, Zeus, Doering, and the current reigning Triple Crown champion Akebono unable to be present for the conference.

    Last years winner in Jun Akiyama kicked off the press conference as he made it clear that he is aiming for a consecutive victory in the Carnival. Which would made him the 4 man ever to do so (behind Baba, Hansen, Minoru Suzuki). Akiyama asked everyone to fight hard, especially to Akebono, who has been sidelined in recent weeks due to illness. Akiyama made his intentions clear that he is going after the Triple Crown once more.

    Suwama stated that this will be his 10th consecutive year of competing in the Carnival and that this year will be very important at it is the first in the “Shinsei” era. Suwama stated that “Evolution” aims to be number 1 in the victory, and he specifically is looking to recapture the Triple Crown belt.

    Takao Omori will be making his 11th appearance in the Carnival this year and aims to make this year his first time to win it. Omori has stated multiple times that he wants another shot at the Triple Crown and aims to become the champion by the end of this year.

    Kento Miyahara will be the youngest man in this years Carnival and aims to come in strong in his debut in the tournament. Kento aims to make history by being the youngest to win the tournament as well as within his first year competing in it.

    Osamu Nishimura will be making his 5th appearance in the Carnival and aims to showcase his in-ring psychology against the powerful based wrestlers in his block.

    Akebono left a message in his absence. He stated that he aims to be ready for the Carnival and that his latest illness is not going to keep him from fighting hard.

    Go Shiozaki will be making his second appearance in the Carnival this year and aims to win this years tournament and earn another shot against Akebono.

    Yutaka Yoshie stated that he is grateful for the opportunity to once more compete in the Carnival and aims to rectify his injury that suffered while competing in the tournament two years ago. Yoshie then called out KENSO as the man whom he cannot wait to face.

    KENSO stated that he will be in top form heading into the Carnival for his 4th time competing in it. KENSO stated that he will win for DK (Dark KingDom) and is looking forward to Yoshie’s challenge against him.

    The 2014 edition of the Champion Carnival is set to begin on April 13 and will run throughout the course of this month with the final day on April 27.

    AJPW Event Cards for March & April 2014
    http://puroresuspirit.wordpress.com/2014/03/05/ajpw-event-cards-for-march-april-2014/

    AJPW – 2014 Champion Carnival – Talent & Matches Listing
    http://puroresuspirit.wordpress.com/2014/03/20/ajpw-2014-champion-carnival-talent-matches-listing/

  4. Notes: 3 / 3 weeks ago 

    AJPW results for March 28, 2014

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    All Japan Pro-Wrestling “2014 Dream Power Series“, 3/28/2014 [Fri] 18:00 @ Messe Wing Mie [Tsushi City]
    249 Spectators

    (1) Yoshinobu Kanemaru vs. Takeshi Minamino [Toryumon MEXICO/Toneri Family]
    Winner: Kanemaru (9:32) with a Backslide.
    ~ Kanemaru claims a revenge win over Minamino as they head into the Asia Tag defense tomorrow in Kyoto.

    (2) Yutaka Yoshie [Free] & Masato Inaba [U-FILE CAMP] vs. Masao Inoue [Free] & SUSUMU [FREEDOMS]
    Winner: Yoshie (12:22) with a Jumping Body Press on Inoue.

    (3) Ultimo Dragon [Toryumon MEXICO] & Kaji Tomato [K-DOJO] vs. Atsushi Aoki & HAYATA [Dotonbori]
    Winner: Dragon (11:07) following the Asai DDT on HAYATA.

    (4) SUSHI & Menso~re Oyaji [Free] vs. Zeus & The Bodyguard [both FREE/Osaka]
    Winner: Zeus (7:55) following a Choke Slam on SUSHI.
    ~ Zeus makes his debut in All Japan before the upcoming Carnival and claims a win showcasing his strength. Zeus stated that he is looking forward to potentially facing Shiozaki the most, as he wants to test his chopping ability.

    (5) Jun Akiyama & Takao Omori vs. KENSO & Mitsuya Nagai [DRADITION]
    Winner: KENSO (13:33) following the Hagakure on Omori.
    ~ KENSO with the solid win over Omori heading into the Carnival next month.
    ~ Akiyama remained calm with the loss as he aims to keep focus on the Asia Tag defense tomorrow against Nagai & Minamino.

    (6) 6 Man Tag Match: Suwama, Joe Doering & Hikaru Sato [Pancrase MISSION] vs. Go Shiozaki, Kento Miyahara & Kotaro Suzuki
    Winner: Shiozaki (23:36) following the Go Flasher on Hikaru.
    ~ Doering’s rage against Hikaru continues to see no end as he dragged Hikaru backstage.
    ~ Shiozaki stated that aims to be the top of All Japan and wants his revenge against Akebono. Shiozaki looks to win the upcoming Carnival and then become the Triple Crown champion.

    AJPW Event Cards for March & April 2014
    http://puroresuspirit.wordpress.com/2014/03/05/ajpw-event-cards-for-march-april-2014/

  5. Notes: 4 / 1 month ago 

    AJPW [Triple Crown: Akebono vs Miyahara] results for March 18, 2014

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    All Japan Pro-Wrestling2014 Dream Power Series“, 3/18/2014 [Tue] 19:00 @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo
    1,153 Spectators

    (1) SUSHI & Menso~re Oyaji vs. Masao Inoue [Free] & Kenichiro Arai [DG]
    Winner: Inoue (9:01) via pinfall on Oyaji.

    (2) Takao Omori & Kazuhiro Tamura [HEAT-UP] vs. Osamu Nishimura [Free] & Kotaro Nasu [U-FILE CAMP]
    Winner: Omori (9:14) following the Axe Bomber on Nasu.

    (3) Yutaka Yoshie [Free] & Shigehiro Irie [DDT] vs. Mitsuya Nagai [DRADITION] & Takeshi Minamino [Toryumon MEXICO]
    Winner: Nagai (6:13) following the Hyper Knee Kuuga on Yoshie.

    (4) Joe Doering vs. KENSO
    Winner: Doering (5:51) via foul, Nagai interfered.

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    All Japan announced the competitors for this years Champion Carnival 2014.


    A BLOCK
    Akebono, Suwama, Takao Omori, Kento Miyahara, Osamu Nishimura [Free], and Kendo Kashin [Free]

    B BLOCK
    Jun Akiyama, Go Shiozaki, Joe Doering, KENSO, Yutaka Yoshie [Free] & Zeus [Free/Osaka]

    The Champion Carnival 2014 will be taking place from April 13 to April 27.

    Kendo Kashin appeared to announce, though without a single word, his inclusion in this years tournament. It appears this is one of the talents that Nobuo Shiraishi was trying to reach out to bring back to All Japan. We’ll see how this goes…

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    (5) Asia Tag Championship Match: [93rd Champions] Jun Akiyama & Yoshinobu Kanemaru vs. [Challengers] Keisuke Ishii & Soma Takao
    Winner: Kanemaru (13:08) following the Touchout on Takao.
    ~ 2nd successful title defense.
    ~ SUSHI & Oyaji came out to make a bid for another shot against Akiyama & Kanemaru.
    ~ Mitsuya Nagai & Takeshi Minamino then came out as well to make it known that they want a potential shot as well.
    ~ No challengers were officially decided upon at this time.

    (6) Ultimo Dragon [Toryumon MEXICO] & Kaji Tomato [K-DOJO] vs. Atsushi Aoki & Ryuji Hijikata [Free]
    Winner: Dragon (9:38) with a La Magistral on Hijikata.
    ~ Aoki challenged Ultimo for the next World Jr. defense, Aoki wants another shot at the belt.

    (7) Evolution vs Xceed Tag Match: Suwama & Hikaru Sato [Pancrase MISSION] vs. Go Shiozaki & Kotaro Suzuki
    Winner: Kotaro (14:51) with a Tiger Driver on Hikaru.

    (8) Triple Crown Championship Match: [47th Champion] Akebono vs. [Challenger] Kento Miyahara
    Winner: Akebono (9:24) following the Yokozuna Impact.
    ~ 4th successful title defense.
    ~ Akebono stated that he will continue to make All Japan stronger and thanked the fans for the support.

    AJPW Event Cards for March & April 2014
    http://puroresuspirit.wordpress.com/2014/03/05/ajpw-event-cards-for-march-april-2014/

  6. Notes: 5 / 1 month ago 

    AJPW results for March 16, 2014

    imageAll Japan Pro-Wrestling “Chiba EXTRA DREAM”, 3/16/2014 [Sun] 16:00 @ Blue Field in Chiba
    238 Spectators (overcrowded/sold-out)

    (1) The Lone Wolf Joint Technician vs The Kickboxer of Chiba Single Match: Atsushi Aoki vs. Ryuichi Sekine
    Winner: Aoki (11:22) with an Armlock.
    ~ Aoki stated that the world junior belt is his goal and he urged that everyone who is in the junior division to give their all.

    (2) Sushi Oyaji vs K-DOJO Fresh Combi Tag Match: SUSHI & Menso~re Oyaji [Free] vs. Kaji Tomato & Tank Nagai
    Winner: Tomato (10:43) with the Speed on SUSHI.

    (3) Real Oyaji (father) vs Rock ‘n’ Roll Single Match: Masao Inoue w/ Haruka Kato vs. Ricky Fuji w/ Bambi
    Winner: Fuji (9:49) via pinfall.

    (4) Evolution vs. “DK” + K Tag Match: Suwama & Hikaru Sato vs. KENSO & Kengo Mashimo
    Winner: KENSO (14:47) following the Hagakure on Hikaru.
    ~ Sato acknowledged his defeat to Suwama, who did not seem pleased at first. There clearly still appears to be much work for Sato to be a true member of “Evolution”.

    (4) This is All Japan Pro-Wrestling Single Match: Takao Omori vs. Joe Doering
    Winner: Doering (9:08) with the Revolution Bomb.

    (6) Triple Crown Prelude 6 Man Tag Match: Akebono, Jun Akiyama & Yoshinobu Kanemaru vs. Kento Miyahara, Go Shiozaki & Kotaro Suzuki
    Winner: Shiozaki (15:32) following the Go Flasher on Kanemaru.
    ~ Miyahara stated that he aims to break Akebono’s arm if that is what it takes to claim the Triple Crown belt.



    AJPW Event Cards for March & April 2014
    http://puroresuspirit.wordpress.com/2014/03/05/ajpw-event-cards-for-march-april-2014/

    Next show is on March 18th at the Korakuen Hall. Triple Crown title match as Akebono defends against Kento Miyahara and Akiyama & Kanemaru defend the Asia Tag belts against DDT’s Keisuke Ishii & Soma Takao.

  7. Notes: 5 / 1 month ago 

    [AJPW News] All Japan announced the card for their next upcoming show on March 16, potential AJPW and K-DOJO alliance in the works, and the next Triple Crown defense has been set.

    What started out as a one talent competing on a the junior tournament appears to be opening the door for a true alliance with TAKA Michinoku’s school/dojo in KAIENTAI DOJO out of Chiba, Japan. On March 16, All Japan will be holding a show at K-DOJO’s home arena and a few talent from the promotion will also be competing on the show.
    Most notably will see the ace of K-DOJO in Kengo Mashimo going up against the ace of All Japan in Suwama in a tag team match.

    Below is the announced card at this time. Match order will be announced in the future.

    All Japan Pro-Wrestling “Chiba EXTRA DREAM”, 3/16/2014 [Sun] 16:00 @ Blue Field in Chiba

    () The Lone Wolf Joint Technician vs The Kickboxer of Chiba Single Match: Atsushi Aoki vs. Ryuichi Sekine
    () Sushi Oyaji vs K-DOJO Fresh Combi Tag Match: SUSHI & Menso~re Oyaji [Free] vs. Kaji Tomato & Tank Nagai
    () Real Oyaji (father) vs Rock ‘n’ Roll Single Match: Masao Inoue vs. Ricky Fuji
    () Evolution vs. “DK” + K Tag Match: Suwama & Hikaru Sato vs. KENSO & Kengo Mashimo
    () This is All Japan Pro-Wrestling Single Match: Takao Omori vs. Joe Doering
    () Triple Crown Prelude 6 Man Tag Match: Akebono, Jun Akiyama & Yoshinobu Kanemaru vs. Kento Miyahara, Go Shiozaki & Kotaro Suzuki

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    Then All Japan made it official that Akebono will be defending the Triple Crown Heavyweight belt against Kento Miyahara on March 18th at the Korakuen Hall. Miyahara will be looking to “seize his dream” with an opportunity at the Triple Crown belt with Akebono aiming to give the next generation star, in the making, an opportunity to prove himself.

    Only the title match has been announced as of this time.

    All Japan Pro-Wrestling “2014 Dream Power Series”, 3/18/2014 [Tue] 19:00 @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo

    () Triple Crown Heavyweight Championship Match: [47th Champion] Akebono vs. [Challenger] Kento Miyahara
    ~ 4th title defense.

  8. Notes: 4 / 2 months ago 

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

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    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
  9. Notes: 5 / 2 months ago 

    AJPW [Jr BATTLE OF GLORY Day 1] results for February 5, 2014

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    All Japan Pro-Wrestling “2014 Excite Series ~ Jr. BATTLE OF GLORY Day 1″, 2/5/2014 [Wed] 19:00 @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo
    936 Spectators

    (1) Hikaru Sato [Pancrase MISSION] & Ryuji Hijikata [Free] vs. “Dream Team Futures” Shigehiro Irie & Soma Takao [both DDT]
    Winner: Hikaru (6:56) with a Boston Crab on Takao.
    ~ Hikaru further stated that All Japan will be his main ring going forward, he is still freelance though at this time.

    (2) Jr. BATTLE OF GLORY A BLOCK Match: Ultimo Dragon vs. Kaji Tomato
    Winner: Dragon (8:14) following the Asai DDT.
    ~ Marines Mask came out as well as Tomato’s second.

    (3) Masao Inoue & Osamu Nishimura vs. KENSO & Mitsuya Nagai [DRADITION]
    Winner: Nishimura (10:13) via foul, referee assault, after KENSO threw powder into his former sensei’s, Nishimura, eyes.

    (4) Akebono & Yutaka Yoshie [Free] vs. Go Shiozaki & Kento Miyahara
    Winner: Shiozaki (11:30) following a Modified Go Flasher on Akebono.
    ~ A huge showing of strength by Shiozaki to slam the big man, but it was more like a jackhammer… but how many guys actually attempt that on Akebono? lol.
    ~ Shiozaki aims to claim the Triple Crown later this month in Okinawa.

    (5) 6 Man World Tag Prelude Match: Suwama, Joe Doering & SUSHI vs. Jun Akiyama, Takao Omori & Keisuke Ishii [DDT]
    Winner: Omori (8:54) following an Axe Bomber on Suwama.
    ~ Omori came out wearing black tights, no more of the WILD attire.
    ~ Suwama & Doering vs. Omori & Akiyama for the World Tag belts on the next show on the 8th in Osaka.

    (6) Jr. BATTLE OF GLORY A BLOCK Match: Kotaro Suzuki vs. Atsushi Aoki
    Winner: Aoki () with an Avalanche Jump style Cross Armbar.
    ~ Aoki announced that he is leaving Xceed.
    ~ KENSO and Nagai then came out to once again solicit Aoki to join Dark KingDom. Aoki declined the invitation and said that he wants to be by himself, lone wolf.

    (7) Jr. BATTLE OF GLORY B BLOCK Match: Yoshinobu Kanemaru vs. Masaaki Mochizuki
    Winner: Mochizuki () with a counter pin from a Kanemaru Touch-Out attempt.
    ~ Strong reaction for Mochizuki and this win over the former junior champion has surely placed him as a sure bet for a potential junior belt contender sooner than later… that is if he doesn’t win this league.
    ~ Mochizuki declared that he will remain undefeated throughout the course of the league.
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    AJPW Event Cards for January & February 2014
    http://puroresuspirit.wordpress.com/2013/12/21/ajpw-event-cards-for-january-february-2014/

    CURRENT STANDING

    A BLOCK
    Atsushi Aoki [1 Win = 2 points]
    Ultimo Dragon  [1 Win = 2 points]

    Kotaro Suzuki [1 loss = 0 points]
    Kaji Tomato [1 loss = 0 points]

    Ryuji Hijikata []

    B BLOCK
    Masaaki Mochizuki [1 Win = 2 points]

    Yoshinobu Kanemaru [1 loss = 0 points]

    SUSHI []
    Hikaru Sato []
    Soma Takao []

  10. Notes: 4 / 3 months ago 
    [AJPW Update] Kento Miyahara formally announced that he has joined All Japan Pro-Wrestling with the turn of the new year.Miyahara made his first appearance in the All Japan ring last August and has been actively competing there since September, following his resignation from his debut promotion of DIAMOND RING/Kensuke Office.Since leaving his past behind him to pursue this new chapter of his career, he has aligned himself in Go Shiozaki’s new group “Xceed” and he and Shiozaki seem poised to become future World Tag Champions.Check back in a few hours for the results from AJPW’s show schedule to take place today.

    [AJPW Update] Kento Miyahara formally announced that he has joined All Japan Pro-Wrestling with the turn of the new year.

    Miyahara made his first appearance in the All Japan ring last August and has been actively competing there since September, following his resignation from his debut promotion of DIAMOND RING/Kensuke Office.

    Since leaving his past behind him to pursue this new chapter of his career, he has aligned himself in Go Shiozaki’s new group “Xceed” and he and Shiozaki seem poised to become future World Tag Champions.

    Check back in a few hours for the results from AJPW’s show schedule to take place today.

     
  11. Notes: 8 / 4 months ago 

    [AJPW News] All Japan held a couple press conference before the final upcoming show of this year.

    Xceed is looking forward to the move forward from the Strongest Tag League and head into the new year as their breakthrough. Go Shiozaki & Kento Miyahara made it to the finals of the tournament and will be looking to prove themselves further and get a chance at the World Tag belts. Kotaro and Aoki stated that they know something was lacking in their performance in the tag league, but they will surely prove themselves as the reigning Asia Tag champs.

    All Japan also held the official signing for the World Junior Heavyweight belt between the champion Yoshinobu Kanemaru and Ultimo Dragon. as mentioned multiple times, this match has been anticipated for months now, ever since Dragon appeared in All Japan, and this match will be the last big singles confrontation for the promotion.
    Ultimo Dragon who is carrying the original junior class belt, NWA International Jr., used in All Japan back in the early 1980’s. Ultimo has held championships in many different promotions as well from all over the world, but the AJPW belt is something that he has never yet held. Ultimo stated that “by all means, I want the belt”, as he seeks to be crowned a champion in AJPW for the first time in his career.
    (Side note: The match “appears” to only be contested with the AJPW belt on the line. Even though they keep showing both belts.)

    Jun Akiyama stated that he and Omori certainly have their attention set on challenging the World Tag Champions soon.
    Suwama sent out a reply that he and Doering are ready at anytime to accept the rematch so they can claim revenge for the loss during the Strongest Tag League.

    Akiyama… or I should be saying “Mr. Christmas” will be taking on SUSHI on the upcoming fan appreciation show on December 15, and an interesting addition has been made for the match in the form that the match will be contested under a one count fall rule. SUSHI requested for the change in the rule and Akiyama readily accepted the request. This definitely could put the favor on SUSHI’s side as his signature moves all involve capturing pin holds.

    Then lastly, KENSO stated that he is coming for Kento Miyahara on the 15th and he is looking to unleash the full fury of DK. KENSO will be the lone man from his new group, but it appears he might have a trick up his sleeve to put the odd in his favor.

    Below is the announced card in full.

    All Japan Pro-Wrestling “Fan Appreciation Show”, 12/15/2013 [Sun] @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo

    (1) Oshokuji Contention 3WAY Match: Masanobu Fuchi vs. Masao Inoue [Free] vs. Hikaru Sato [Pancrase MISSION]
    (2) Xceed vs Statesmans Tag Match: Kotaro Suzuki & Atsushi Aoki vs. Osamu Nishimura [Free] & Ryuji Hijikata [Free]
    (3) Xceed vs. DK Tag Match: Kento Miyahara vs. KENSO
    (4) Pre-Christmas Special Single Match: Mr. Christmas (Jun Akiyama) vs. SUSHI

    (5) World Junior Heavyweight Championship Match: [Champion] Yoshinobu Kanemaru vs. [Challenger] Ultimo Dragon
    ~7th title defense.

    (6) Akebono & Go Shiozaki vs. Suwama & Takao Omori

    http://puroresuspirit.wordpress.com/2013/11/10/all-japan-event-cards-for-november-december-2013/

  12. Notes: 8 / 4 months ago 

    [AJPW News] All Japan announced the full card for their annual fan appreciation show that they will be holding on December 15.

    With the full announcement of the show also came that Yoshinobu Kanemaru will finally be defending the World Junior belt against Ultimo Dragon. This match has been months in the making and has been a a match that quite a few fans have been calling to see happen. Only fitting that it will ultimately be taking place on the “fan appreciation show”.

    Also announced for the show will see a “Triple Crown prelude” match as Takao Omori looks to further place himself as Akebono’s next contender for the Triple Crown belt. Omori has been calling for a chance at the Triple Crown belts for the last several months and he is now closer than ever to getting the opportunity that he so desires.

    SUSHI will also “sort-of” get his early Christmas wish as he called out Jun Akiyama for a singles match before the year was up. Akiyama though turned the tables in a way as he announced that “Mr. Christmas” will be making his return to accept SUSHI’s challenge.

    KENSO will also be getting his early wish as he aims to take on Xceed’s youngest member in Kento Miyahara. KENSO will be the lone man from his group for this match, so it should make things more interesting in terms of KENSO have less options at his disposal to easily cheat and run-away, as he has been doing at recent events.

    Below is the announced card in full.

    All Japan Pro-Wrestling “Fan Appreciation Show”, 12/15/2013 [Sun] @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo

    (1) Oshokuji Contention 3WAY Match: Masanobu Fuchi vs. Masao Inoue [Free] vs. Hikaru Sato [Pancrase MISSION]
    (2) Xceed vs Statesmans Tag Match: Kotaro Suzuki & Atsushi Aoki vs. Osamu Nishimura [Free] & Ryuji Hijikata [Free]
    (3) Xceed vs. DK Tag Match: Kento Miyahara vs. KENSO
    (4) Pre-Christmas Special Single Match: Mr. Christmas (Jun Akiyama) vs. SUSHI

    (5) World Junior Heavyweight Championship Match: [Champion] Yoshinobu Kanemaru vs. [Challenger] Ultimo Dragon
    ~7th title defense.

    (6) Akebono & Go Shiozaki vs. Suwama & Takao Omori

    http://puroresuspirit.wordpress.com/2013/11/10/all-japan-event-cards-for-november-december-2013/

  13. Notes: 4 / 4 months ago 

    AJPW [World’s Strongest Tag League FINAL] results for December 8, 2013

    imageAll Japan Pro-Wrestling “2013 World’s Strongest Tag Determine League War”, 12/8/2013 [Sun] 18:00 @ Osaka BODYMAKER COLOSSEUM, 2nd Stadium

    (1) Kotaro Suzuki & Atsushi Aoki vs. Keisuke Ishii & Soma Takao [both DDT]
    Winner: Aoki (11:00) with a Cross Amrbar on Takao.

    (2) Masao Inoue [Free] & Hikaru Sato [Pancrase MISSION] vs. James Raideen & Maybach β [both ZERO1]
    Winner: Raideen (11:35) following a Lariat to Inoue.

    (3) Takao Omori & Shigehiro Irie [DDT] vs. KENSO & D’Lo Brown
    Winner: Omori (13:36) via foul, KENSO assaulted the referee.
    ~ Omori once again challenged Akebono for the Triple Crown.
    "My next goal, I cannot give up that dream" Omori stated in regards to becoming a Triple Crown champion.

    (4) 6 Man Tag Match: Jun Akiyama, Yoshinobu Kanemaru & SUSHI vs. Ultimo Dragon [Toryumon MEXICO], Dark Ozz & Dark Cuervo [both AAA]
    Winner: Dragon (14:51) following the Asai DDT to SUSHI.
    ~ SUSHI acknowledged Akiyama’s decision from yesterday’s show and he stated tha he will defeat Mr. Christmas.
    ~ Ultimo once again challenged for the World Jr. belt and Kanemaru accepted the match.

    (5) Akebono vs. Yutaka Yoshie [Free]
    Winner: Akebono (8:22) following 3 Running Body Presses.
    ~ Yoshie announced that he will continue competing in All Japan for the time being.

    (6) World’s Strongest Tag Determine League War Final Match: “Evolution” Suwama & Joe Doering vs. “Xceed” Go Shiozaki & Kento Miyahara
    Winner: Suwama (25:53) following the Last Ride on Miyahara.
    ~ And with that Evolution pretty much dominated the League and has solidified themselves as the rightful champions.
    ~ Akiyama & Omori are the only team to beat them in the league, so that rematch should be coming soon.
    image


    All Japan Event Cards for November & December 2013
    http://puroresuspirit.wordpress.com/2013/11/10/all-japan-event-cards-for-november-december-2013/

    PREVIOUS RESULTS
    ~ 11/30 (Day 1 OPENING)
    ~ 12/1 (Day 2)
    ~ 12/2 (Day 3)
    ~ 12/3 (Day 4)
    ~ 12/4 (Day 5)
    ~ 12/6 (Day 6)
    ~ 12/7 (Day 7)
    ~ 12/8 (Day 8 FINAL) - above

  14. Notes: 3 / 4 months ago 

    AJPW [World’s Strongest Tag League Day 6] results for December 6, 2013

    All Japan Pro-Wrestling “2013 World’s Strongest Tag Determine League War”, 12/6/2013 [Fri] 18:30 @ Niigata City Gymnasium
    506 Spectators

    (1) SUSHI & Hikaru Sato [Pancrase MISSION] vs. Keisuke Ishii & Soma Takao [both DDT]
    Winner: Sato (10:10) with a Cross Armbar on Takao.
    ~ SUSHI stated that he wants a singles match against Jun Akiyama before the year is up.

    (2) 3WAY Match: Masao Inoue [Free] vs. Shigehiro Irie [DDT] vs. Yutaka Yoshie [Free]
    Winner: Yoshie (8:16) with a Jumping Body Press on Inoue.

    (3) World’s Strongest Tag Determine League War Match: Kotaro Suzuki & Atsushi Aoki vs. James Raideen & Maybach β
    Winner: Raideen (13:22) following a Lariat to Aoki.
    ~ ZERO1/NWF claims their third victory and takes the reigning Asia Tag champs further down this major slump.

    (4) World’s Strongest Tag Determine League War Match: Akebono & Yoshinobu Kanemaru vs. KENSO & D-Lo Brown
    Winner: Akebono (8:46) via foul, KENSO with a chair on Akebono.
    ~ DK once again takes the cheap way out of the match.

    (5) World’s Strongest Tag Determine League War Match: Go Shiozaki & Kento Miyahara vs. Dark Ozz & Dark Cuervo
    Winner: Miyahara (13:42) with a German Suplex Hold on Cuervo.
    ~ Xceed claims another victory and keeps themselves in the final match contentions. Tomorrow they face the other half of Xceed in Kotaro/Aoki.

    (6) World’s Strongest Tag Determine League War Match: Suwama & Joe Doering vs. Jun Akiyama & Takao Omori
    Winner: Akiyama (19:58) following a Wrist Clutch style Exploder on Suwama.
    ~ Akiyama gets the win over the reigning World Tag Champs and in the process ends their tournament win streak.
    ~ Akiyama/Omori face Akebono/Kanemaru tomorrow.
    image


    CURRENT STANDINGS
    ~ Jun Akiyama & Takao Omori [4 Wins, 1 Draw, 1 Loss = 9 points]
    ~ “Evolution” Suwama & Joe Doering [4 Wins, 1 Draw, 1 Loss = 9 points]

    ~ “Xceed” Go Shiozaki & Kento Miyahara [3 Wins, 2 Draws, 1 Loss = 8 points]
    ~ Akebono & Yoshinobu Kanemaru [4 Wins, 2 Losses = 8 points]

    ~ James Raideen & Maybach β [3 Wins, 3 Losses = 6 points]

    ~ Dark Ozz & Dark Cuervo [2 Wins, 4 Losses = 4 points]

    ~ Kotaro Suzuki & Atsushi Aoki [1 Win, 5 Losses = 2 points]
    ~ “DK” KENSO &  D-Lo Brown [1 Win, 5 Losses = 2 points]

    All Japan Event Cards for November & December 2013
    http://puroresuspirit.wordpress.com/2013/11/10/all-japan-event-cards-for-november-december-2013/

    PREVIOUS RESULTS
    ~ 11/30 (Day 1 OPENING)
    ~ 12/1 (Day 2)
    ~ 12/2 (Day 3)
    ~ 12/3 (Day 4)
    ~ 12/4 (Day 5)
    ~ 12/6 (Day 6) - above
    ~ 12/7 (Day 7)
    ~ 12/8 (Day 8 FINAL)

  15. Notes: 2 / 4 months ago 

    AJPW [World’s Strongest Tag League Day 5] results for December 4, 2013

    All Japan Pro-Wrestling “2013 World’s Strongest Tag Determine League War”, 12/4/2013 [Wed] 18:30 @ Odate City Civic Gymnasium in Akita
    455 Spectators

    (1) Yutaka Yoshie [Free] vs. Soma Takao [DDT]
    Winner: Yoshie (8:13) with a Jumping Body Press.

    (2) SUSHI & Masao Inoue [Free] vs. Shigehiro Irie & Keisuke Ishii [DDT]
    Winner: Irie (10:39) following a Lariat on Inoue.

    (3) World’s Strongest Tag Determine League War Match: Jun Akiyama & Takao Omori vs. James Raideen & Maybach β
    Winner: Akiyama (13:02) following a Wrist Clutch style Exploder on Maybach.
    ~ Akiyama and Omori take down the ZERO1 team and continue to make their comeback in the league.

    (4) World’s Strongest Tag Determine League War Match: Go Shiozaki & Kento Miyahara vs. KENSO & D-Lo Brown
    Winner: Miyahara (13:67) via pinfall on KENSO.
    ~ The Xceed vs DK feud finally happens in the league with Miyahara claiming the victory and forcing DK out of points running.

    (5) World’s Strongest Tag Determine League War Match: Akebono & Yoshinobu Kanemaru vs. Kotaro Suzuki & Atsushi Aoki
    Winner: Kanemaru (11:05) following thew Touch-out on Aoki.
    ~ The Asia Tag Champs once again suffer defeat and are now completely out of the running.

    (6) World’s Strongest Tag Determine League War Match: Suwama & Joe Doering vs. Dark Ozz & Dark Cuervo
    Winner
    : Suwama (13:05) following the Last Ride on Cuervo.
    ~ Evolution maintains their undefeated streak. Tomorrow they will face their toughest challenge for the belts in Akiyama/Omori. Their streak may definitely be on the verge of ending.
    image

    CURRENT STANDINGS
    ~ “Evolution” Suwama & Joe Doering [4 Wins, 1 Draw = 9 points]

    ~ Jun Akiyama & Takao Omori [3 Wins, 1 Draw, 1 Loss = 7 points]
    ~ “Xceed” Go Shiozaki & Kento Miyahara [2 Wins, 2 Draws, 1 Loss = 6 points]
    ~ Akebono & Yoshinobu Kanemaru [3 Wins, 2 Losses = 6 points]
    ~ James Raideen & Maybach β [2 Wins, 3 Losses = 4 points]

    ~ Dark Ozz & Dark Cuervo [2 Wins, 3 Losses = 4 points]

    ~ Kotaro Suzuki & Atsushi Aoki [1 Win, 4 Losses = 2 points]
    ~ “DK” KENSO &  D-Lo Brown [1 Win, 4 Losses = 2 points]

    All Japan Event Cards for November & December 2013
    http://puroresuspirit.wordpress.com/2013/11/10/all-japan-event-cards-for-november-december-2013/

    PREVIOUS RESULTS
    ~ 11/30 (Day 1 OPENING)
    ~ 12/1 (Day 2)
    ~ 12/2 (Day 3)
    ~ 12/3 (Day 4)
    ~ 12/4 (Day 5) - above
    ~ 12/6 (Day 6)
    ~ 12/7 (Day 7)
    ~ 12/8 (Day 8 FINAL)

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