Posts tagged "triple crown"
  1. Notes: 6 / 1 month ago 

    AJPW News Listing for March 20, 2014

    imageAll Japan officially announced the next defense for the Asia Tag belts as Jun Akiyama & Yoshinobu Kanemaru will be defending against the team of Mitsuya Nagai & Takeshi Minamino on March 29 at the Kyoto KBS Hall.

    Nagai & Minamino challenged the champions following their 2nd successful defense of the belts on March 18th, and given their win on the night they have been positioned as the more suitable challengers.
    The 28 year old Minamino stated that he is grateful for the title match and also mentioned that he has looked up to Akiyama since he was in grade school. Though he is coming into All Japan to make a statement as a junior class wrestler, but he and Nagai will walk out as the 94th generation champions. Minamino also mentioned that he wants to prove himself the right way, and that even though he is on the DK side, he aims at least to observe the rules in the match.
    Nagai being a former Asia Tag champion himself, 69th and 77th generation, said nothing more than it is his time to hold the belts once more.
    Akiyama & Kanemaru seem to be all about giving chances, but Kanemaru assured that this will be yet another solid defense for their reign. Akiyama stated that that he wants to see Nagai at his fullest and not just another DK cheat tactic. He noted Nagai as a former champion, and he wants to see him compete as a champion. As for the other team that steeped forward in SUSHI & Oyaji, they have not earned another chance for a challenge… yet.

    All Japan Pro-Wrestling, 3/29/2014 [Sat] 18:00 @ Kyoto KBS Hall
    (-) Asia Tag Championship Match: [93rd Champions] Jun Akiyama & Yoshinobu Kanemaru vs. [Challengers] Mitsuya Nagai (DRADITION) & Takeshi Minamino (Toneri Family/Toryumon MEXICO)
    ~ 3rd title defense.

    The full card for the pre-Champion Carnival show on April 12 has been announced. This event will see Kashin’s first match back since his return on March 18th.

    All Japan Pro-Wrestling “Champion Carnival 2014 ~ Eve”, 4/12/2014 [Sat] 17:00 @ Yokohama Radiant Hall in Kanagawa
    (1) Naoya Nomura vs. Ryuji Hijikata
    (2) SUSHI & Menso~re Oyaji vs. Ultimo Dragon [Toryumon MEXICO] & Osamu Nishimura [Free]
    (3) Takao Omori & Masao Inoue [Free] vs. Zeus [Free] & Masato Shibata [U-FILE CAMP]
    (4) Akebono & Yutaka Yoshie [Free] vs. KENSO & Mitsuya Nagai [DRADITION]
    (5) Jun Akiyama & Yoshinobu Kanemaru vs. Atsushi Aoki & Kendo Kashin [Free]
    (6) 6 Man Tag Match: Suwama, Joe Doering & Hikaru Sato [Pancrase MISSION] vs. Go Shiozaki, Kento Miyahara & Kotaro Suzuki

    Side Note: I will have the Champion Carnival info up later in its own post on the site.

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

    imageAkebono, as the reigning Triple Crown champion, gave his thoughts on the upcoming tournament.

    Akebono stated that he has indeed become stronger as the “grand champion” of All Japan and he continues to vow to protect All Japan defense after defense. Akebono declared that he will remain undefeated in the Champion Carnival and then nominated Jun Akiyama as the one whom he would like to face in the final match. He aims to join the list of wrestlers who have won the Champion Carnival while holding the Triple Crown belt. From Jumbo (91), Hansen (92), Misawa (98), Vader (99), Kobashi (00), and lastly with Tenryu (01). Akebono wants to be the first in 13 years to hold this honor, let alone with the new Triple Crown belt.

  2. 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/

  3. Notes: 1 / 1 month ago 

    News Listing for March 10, 2014 [NOAH, AJPW & ZERO1]

    [NOAH News] A press conference was held to announce the upcoming events following the “GREAT VOYAGE” this last weekend.
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    The next GHC Heavyweight Championship defense has been set as Yuji Nagata defends the belt against the other half of the GHC Tag Champions in Maybach Taniguchi on April 20. Maybach assaulted Nagata following his defense over Sugiura on 3/8 and self-appointed himself as the next contender, much like as Takashi Sugiura did a month prior.

    Daisuke Harada is coming off of his first defense of the GHC Junior belt and has stated that he will carry the junior division into a new age. A new “golden age/era”. Currently Harada does not have a new challenger setup at this time, but Harada stated that the door is completely open and that he is looking to begin the new era looking strong.

    Noah also announced the headlining matches for the upcoming Korakuen Hall show on March 21.

    Below are the upcoming announced events.

    Pro Wrestling Noah “Spring Navig. 2014”, 3/21/2014 [Fri] 18:30 @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo
    (-) Special 8 Man Tag Match: Naomichi Marufuji, Katsuhiko Nakajima [DIAMOND RING], Muhammed Yone & Daisuke Ikeda [Fu-ten] vs. KENTA, Takashi Sugiura, Shane Haste & Mikey Nicholls
    (-) GHC Heavyweight Prelude 6 Man Tag Match: Yuji Nagata, Satoshi Kojima & Jushin Thunder Liger [all NJPW] vs. “Chokibogun” Maybach Taniguchi, Takeshi Morishima & Kenou [Michinoku]
    (-) GHC Junior Tag Championship Match: [19th Champions] Yoshinari Ogawa & Zack Sabre Jr. vs. [Challenger] Taiji Ishimori & Atsushi Kotoge

    Pro Wrestling Noah “GREAT VOYAGE 2014 in NAGOYA”, 4/20/2014 [Sun] 15:00 @ Nagoya International Conference Hall in Aichi

    (-) GHC Heavyweight Championship Match: [21st Champion] Yuji Nagata vs. [Challenger] Maybach Taniguchi
    ~ 3rd title defense.
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    [AJPW News] Kento Miyahara and Xceed held a public press conference at the All Japan dojo in Tokyo.
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    Miyahara showed off his new submission move known as “Snake Limit” in which he hopes to defeat the reigning Triple Crown Champion Akebono. This will mark Miyahara’s very first challenge for the belt and he aims to counter the former Yokozuna’s size with with a more a speed and tactical front.

    Go Shiozaki also stated that he intends to go for the Triple Crown once more and placed his name as the one who will win this years Champion Carnival in April.

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

    (1) SUSHI & Menso~re Oyaji vs. Masao Inoue [Free] & Kenichiro Arai [DG]
    (2) Takao Omori & Kazuhiro Tamura [HEAT-UP] vs. Osamu Nishimura [Free] & Kotaro Nasu [U-FILE CAMP]
    (3) Yutaka Yoshie [Free] & Shigehiro Irie [DDT] vs. Mitsuya Nagai [DRADITION] & Takeshi Minamino [Toryumon MEXICO]
    (4) Joe Doering vs. KENSO

    (5) Asia Tag Championship Match: [93rd Champions] Jun Akiyama & Yoshinobu Kanemaru vs. [Challengers] Keisuke Ishii & Soma Takao
    ~ 2nd title defense.

    (6) Ultimo Dragon [Toryumon MEXICO] & Kaji Tomato [K-DOJO] vs. Atsushi Aoki & Ryuji Hijikata [Free]
    (7) Evolution vs Xceed Tag Match: Suwama & Hikaru Sato [Pancrase MISSION] vs. Go Shiozaki & Kotaro Suzuki

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

    http://puroresuspirit.wordpress.com/2014/03/05/ajpw-event-cards-for-march-april-2014/
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    [ZERO1 Event Updates] ZERO1 announced matches for the next set of upcoming shows later on this month.
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    Tonkotsu Dai Ohanabi ~ Pro-Wrestling’s Holy Land of the West (Mecca)! Hakata Big Blaze!, 3/21/2014 [Fri] 18:00 @ Hakata StarLanes in Fukuoka
    () Jaspn Lee vs. Mineo Fujita
    () Ichiro Yaguchi, Hideki Hosaka, Kenichiro Arai & Yasu Niwatorichi vs. Asosan, Junji Tanaka, The Atchi & Nozomi Bo
    () “Dangan Yankees” Masato Tanaka, Yusaku Obata & Ikuto Hidaka vs. KAMIKAZE, Daemon Ueda & Takuya Sugawara
    () Kohei Sato & Yoshikazu Yokoyama vs. Daichi Hashimoto & Kazuki Hashimoto [BJW]

    () World Heavyweight Championship Match: [15th Champion] James Raideen vs. [Challenger] Ryoji Sai
    ~ 4th title defense.

    (-) No Rope Barbed-wire Electric Current Blast Death Match: Atsushi Onita & Shinjiro Otani vs. Yoshihiro Takayama & Yoshiaki Fujiwara

    Pro Wrestling ZERO1, 3/22/2014 [Sat] 14:00 @ Kumamoto City Eastern Exchange Center
    () Ikuto Hidaka vs. Asosan
    () Yusaku Obata vs. Mineo Fujita
    () Kohei Sato & Ryoji Sai vs. Masato Tanaka & Daichi Hashimoto
    () Shinjiro Otani & Yoshikazu Yokoyama vs. James Raideen & Jason Lee
    () No Rope Barbed-wire Deathmatch: Atsushi Onita, Ichiro Yaguchi & Hideki Hosaka vs. KAMIKAZE, Daemon Ueda & Takuya Sugawara

    Pro Wrestling ZERO1, 3/23/2014 [Sun] 14:00 @ Kumamoto Forest Downtown Plaza
    () James Raideen vs. Daemon Ueda
    () Shinjiro Otani & Yoshikazu Yokoyama vs. Masato Tanaka & Daichi Hashimoto

  4. 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.

  5. Notes: 6 / 1 month ago 

    AJPW [Triple Crown: Akebono vs Shiozaki] results for February 23, 2014

    All Japan Pro-Wrestling “Yell Create presents 2014 Okinawa IMPACT vol.1″, 2/23/2014 [Sun] 16:00 @ Okinawa Convention Center

    (1) Atsushi Aoki vs. “Ryuku-Dog” Dingo [Ryuku Dragon/Okinawa]
    Winner: Aoki () with the Spiral Poseidon.

    (2) Osamu Nishimura & Tida Heat [Ryuku Dragon/Okinawa] vs. Gurukun Mask [Ryuku Dragon/Okinawa] & Captain Eagle [Ryuku Dragon/Okinawa]
    Winner: Gurunkun () following a Diving Headbutt on on Tida Heat.

    (3) Takao Omori vs. Kento Miyahara
    Winner: Miyahara () via referee stop, cross armbar.
    ~ Miyahara claims a big win over Omori with a new move for himself that proves to be more than effective.

    (4) Suwama vs. KENSO
    Winner: Suwama () following the Last Ride.

    (5) Asia Tag Championship Match: [93rd Champions] Jun Akiyama & Yoshinobu Kanemaru vs. [Challengers] SUSHI & Menso~re Oyaji [Free]
    Winner: Akiyama () following a Running Knee to SUSHI.
    ~ 1st successful title defense.

    (6) World Junior Heavyweight Championship Match: [36th Champion] Ultimo Dragon vs. [Challenger] Kotaro Suzuki
    Winner: Dragon () following the Asai DDT.
    ~ 2nd successful title defense.
    ~ Kanemaru and Aoki both came out to re-assert themselves as potential contenders.

    (7) Triple Crown Championship Match: [47th Champion] Akebono vs. [Challenger] Go Shiozaki
    Winner: Akebono () following the Yokozuna Impact.
    ~ 3rd Successful title defense.
    ~ Following his strong win over Omori earlier in the night, Miyahara come out to challenge Akebono for the Triple Crown. Akebono accepted the challenge without hesitation.

  6. Notes: 2 / 4 months ago 
    [AJPW Event Updates] All Japan announced the full cards for their first 2 shows of the new year which will both be held at the Korakuen Hall.Among the previously announced title matches, a prelude 6 man tag for the Triple Crown match has been added to the January 2 show. The leaders of Xceed and DK will face off in a singles match. Then two Canadian talents will be coming in to AJPW this month with Tyson Dux, who previously competed in ZERO1, and Jon Bolen. Both men are currently competing in both Canada as well as the USA bordering states.Then for the following show on January 3, the competitors for Fuchi’s 60th Birthday match have been announced as Fuchi teams with Suwama and Taiyo Kea, who makes his temporary return after 6 months, as they take on the team of Jun Akiyama, Yoshinobu Kanemaru and Masao Inoue. Of course this event will see the main event being Akebono defending the Triple Crown belt against Takao Omori.Below are the updated cards at this time. (match order not finalized)All Japan Pro Wrestling “New Year Wars 2013”, 1/2/2013 [Thu] 12:00 @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo(-) Kotaro Suzuki & Masao Inoue [Free] vs. Osamu Nishimura [Free] & Ryuji Hijikata [Free](-) Kento Miyahara [Free] vs. Hikaru Sato [Pancrase MISSION](-) 6 Man Tag Match: SUSHI, Tyson Dux & Jon Bolen vs. “Team Drift” Shigehiro Irie, Keisuke Ishii & Takao Soma [all DDT](-) Xceed vs Dark Kingdom: Go Shiozaki vs. KENSO(-) World Junior Heavyweight Championship Match: [36th Champion] Ultimo Dragon vs. [Challenger] Atsushi Aoki~ first title defense.(-) Triple Crown Prelude 6 Man Tag Match: Akebono, Suwama & Taiyo Kea vs. Takao Omori, Jun Akiyama & Yoshinobu Kanemaru(-) New Year Open-weight Battle Royal:————————————————————————————————————-All Japan Pro Wrestling “New Year Wars 2013”, 1/3/2013 [Fri] 12:00 @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo(-) Kotaro Suzuki & Atsushi Aoki vs. Shigehiro Irie & Keisuke Ishii [both DDT](-) Tyson Dux vs. Jon Bolen(-) SUSHI vs. Soma Takao(-) Osamu Nishimura [Free] & Ryuji Hijikata [Free] vs. KENSO & Mitsuya Nagai [DRADITION](-) Go Shiozaki & Kento Miyahara [Free] vs. Ultimo Dragon [Toryumon MEXICO] & Hikaru Sato [Pancrase MISSION](-) Masanobu Fuchi 60th Birthday Commemorative Special Match: Masanobu Fuchi, Suwama & Taiyo Kea vs. Jun Akiyama, Yoshinobu Kanemaru & Masao Inoue [Free](-) Triple Crown Championship Match: [47th Champion] Akebono vs. [Challenger] Takao Omori~ second title defense.

    [AJPW Event Updates] All Japan announced the full cards for their first 2 shows of the new year which will both be held at the Korakuen Hall.

    Among the previously announced title matches, a prelude 6 man tag for the Triple Crown match has been added to the January 2 show. The leaders of Xceed and DK will face off in a singles match.
    Then two Canadian talents will be coming in to AJPW this month with Tyson Dux, who previously competed in ZERO1, and Jon Bolen. Both men are currently competing in both Canada as well as the USA bordering states.

    Then for the following show on January 3, the competitors for Fuchi’s 60th Birthday match have been announced as Fuchi teams with Suwama and Taiyo Kea, who makes his temporary return after 6 months, as they take on the team of Jun Akiyama, Yoshinobu Kanemaru and Masao Inoue. Of course this event will see the main event being Akebono defending the Triple Crown belt against Takao Omori.

    Below are the updated cards at this time. (match order not finalized)

    All Japan Pro Wrestling “New Year Wars 2013”, 1/2/2013 [Thu] 12:00 @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo

    (-) Kotaro Suzuki & Masao Inoue [Free] vs. Osamu Nishimura [Free] & Ryuji Hijikata [Free]
    (-) Kento Miyahara [Free] vs. Hikaru Sato [Pancrase MISSION]
    (-) 6 Man Tag Match: SUSHI, Tyson Dux & Jon Bolen vs. “Team Drift” Shigehiro Irie, Keisuke Ishii & Takao Soma [all DDT]
    (-) Xceed vs Dark Kingdom: Go Shiozaki vs. KENSO

    (-) World Junior Heavyweight Championship Match: [36th Champion] Ultimo Dragon vs. [Challenger] Atsushi Aoki
    ~ first title defense.

    (-) Triple Crown Prelude 6 Man Tag Match: Akebono, Suwama & Taiyo Kea vs. Takao Omori, Jun Akiyama & Yoshinobu Kanemaru
    (-) New Year Open-weight Battle Royal:
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    All Japan Pro Wrestling “New Year Wars 2013”, 1/3/2013 [Fri] 12:00 @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo

    (-) Kotaro Suzuki & Atsushi Aoki vs. Shigehiro Irie & Keisuke Ishii [both DDT]
    (-) Tyson Dux vs. Jon Bolen
    (-) SUSHI vs. Soma Takao
    (-) Osamu Nishimura [Free] & Ryuji Hijikata [Free] vs. KENSO & Mitsuya Nagai [DRADITION]
    (-) Go Shiozaki & Kento Miyahara [Free] vs. Ultimo Dragon [Toryumon MEXICO] & Hikaru Sato [Pancrase MISSION]

    (-) Masanobu Fuchi 60th Birthday Commemorative Special Match: Masanobu Fuchi, Suwama & Taiyo Kea vs. Jun Akiyama, Yoshinobu Kanemaru & Masao Inoue [Free]

    (-) Triple Crown Championship Match: [47th Champion] Akebono vs. [Challenger] Takao Omori
    ~ second title defense.

     
  7. Notes: 2 / 4 months ago 
    [Onita News] Atsushi Onita is making the press today as he has once again sent out a challenge to Akebono for yet another Electric Current Blast Deathmatch on March 21 in Hakata, but this time with the Triple Crown belt on the line.Onita is completely asking for a completely unprecedented match as the Triple Crown belt(s) have never been defending in a deathmatch like this. Onita acknowledged that a Triple Crown and Deathmatch in the same title has never before been achieved, but Onita stated that he will try and persuade Terry Funk, who is the younger brother of the current acting PWF Chairman Dory Funk Jr. Onita stated that he and Terry are much like, they both began their roads to fame in All Japan Pro-Wrestling, then both became icons of the deathmatch style of wrestling later on in their careers.Onita was also in attendance for the forthcoming announcement for the “World Pro-Wrestling Association” as they will be holding their first ever show on December 31 at the Shinkiba 1stRING.Onita will be competing on the show. Onita has a long history with Aki Kanbayashi, who went by Miss Mongolia in FMW, as he considers her his daughter as he raised her in the beginnings of her career as a professional wrestler.Onita also announced that he and Kanbayashi will be having their first singles match against one another later that night in CPE (Cat Panic Entertainment), this will also mark the first time Onita has faced against a female wrestler in a single match.World Women Pro-Wrestling Association, 12/31/2013 [Tue] 13:00 @ Shinkiba 1stRING in Tokyo (-) Manami Kanda Debut Match: Aki Kanbayashi vs. Manami Kanda(-) Indian Mood Match: Aoi Ishibashi vs. Sakura Hirota(-) No-rope Barbed-wire Street Fight Tornado 8 Person Tag Deathmatch: Miss Mongolia, Hideki Hosaka, Ricky Fuji & Atsushi Onita vs. Ichiro Yaguchi, Keizo Matsuda, Yuko Miyamoto & Saburo Inematsu ——————————————————Tonkotsu Daihanabi, 3/21/2014 [Fri] 18:00 @ Hakata Starlanes in Fukuoka

    [Onita News] Atsushi Onita is making the press today as he has once again sent out a challenge to Akebono for yet another Electric Current Blast Deathmatch on March 21 in Hakata, but this time with the Triple Crown belt on the line.

    Onita is completely asking for a completely unprecedented match as the Triple Crown belt(s) have never been defending in a deathmatch like this. Onita acknowledged that a Triple Crown and Deathmatch in the same title has never before been achieved, but Onita stated that he will try and persuade Terry Funk, who is the younger brother of the current acting PWF Chairman Dory Funk Jr. Onita stated that he and Terry are much like, they both began their roads to fame in All Japan Pro-Wrestling, then both became icons of the deathmatch style of wrestling later on in their careers.

    Onita was also in attendance for the forthcoming announcement for the “World Pro-Wrestling Association” as they will be holding their first ever show on December 31 at the Shinkiba 1stRING.
    Onita will be competing on the show. Onita has a long history with Aki Kanbayashi, who went by Miss Mongolia in FMW, as he considers her his daughter as he raised her in the beginnings of her career as a professional wrestler.
    Onita also announced that he and Kanbayashi will be having their first singles match against one another later that night in CPE (Cat Panic Entertainment), this will also mark the first time Onita has faced against a female wrestler in a single match.

    World Women Pro-Wrestling Association, 12/31/2013 [Tue] 13:00 @ Shinkiba 1stRING in Tokyo 

    (-) Manami Kanda Debut Match: Aki Kanbayashi vs. Manami Kanda

    (-) Indian Mood Match: Aoi Ishibashi vs. Sakura Hirota

    (-) No-rope Barbed-wire Street Fight Tornado 8 Person Tag Deathmatch: Miss Mongolia, Hideki Hosaka, Ricky Fuji & Atsushi Onita vs. Ichiro Yaguchi, Keizo Matsuda, Yuko Miyamoto & Saburo Inematsu 
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    Tonkotsu Daihanabi, 3/21/2014 [Fri] 18:00 @ Hakata Starlanes in Fukuoka

     
  8. Notes: 2 / 4 months ago 

    [AJPW News] All Japan held a press conference for first two newly announced title matches for the new year.

    First up, Ultimo Dragon will be defending his newly won World Junior Heavyweight belt against Atsushi Aoki on January 2. Ultimo is now set to begin his first true run in All Japan and as a leading champion of the promotion. Aoki though is ever looking to claim his first singles championship and is aiming to showcase his very own style against the World renown veteran. Regardless, this will be one of the biggest matches for Aoki’s career to date and should ultimately give him a place to stand in the future if he can show everything that he has to offer.

    Akebono finally accepted Takao Omori’s challenge for the Triple Crown belts following the main event tag match on the December 15th show, and the title match has been set for the second day of the back-to-back Korakuen Hall shows on January 3. Omori has been non-stop as of late with mentioning the Triple Crown belt as his next big task to accomplish, and his drive has finally proved to be in his favor as he has finally earned the TC match that he has been striving to get.
    Akebono stated that this match should be the “Royal Road/Oudou match that he has been looking to compete in”, as Omori competed in All Japan back in the mid-late 1990’s.
    Omori has been showing much tenacity to be take claim of his first potential Triple Crown reign and this should prove to be a tough challenge for Akebono’s first reign as well.

    Also announced is Masanobu Fuchi will have a special match, potentially a 6 man tag with Suwama, on the 1/3 show in honor of his upcoming 60th Birthday.

    Below are the first couple matches announced so far for the new year.

    All Japan Pro Wrestling “New Year Wars 2013”, 1/2/2013 [Thu] 12:00 @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo

    (-) World Junior Heavyweight Championship Match: [36th Champion] Ultimo Dragon vs. [Challenger] Atsushi Aoki
    ~ first title defense.

    All Japan Pro Wrestling “New Year Wars 2013”, 1/3/2013 [Fri] 12:00 @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo

    (-) Masanobu Fuchi 60th Birthday Commemorative Special Match:

    (-) Triple Crown Championship Match: [47th Champion] Akebono vs. [Challenger] Takao Omori
    ~ second title defense.

  9. Notes: 3 / 4 months ago 

    AJPW [Triple Crown, World Jr. & GAORA TV] results for November 24, 2013

    All Japan Pro-Wrestling “2013 Oudou Renaissance”, 11/24/2013 [Sun] 15:00 @ Big Hat in Nagano

    (1) Masao Inoue vs. BambiKiller
    Winner: BambiKiller (6:17) following the Bambi Death Shot.

    (2) GAORA TV Championship Decision Match: SUSHI vs. Keisuke Ishii [DDT]
    Winner: SUSHI (11:49) with the Katsuo no Ipponzuri
    ~ SUSHI becomes the 3rd Generation Champion.
    ~ SUSHI got his wish of reinstating the belt for a reason, now it it time for him to defend the belt as a champion.

    (3) Suwama & Hikaru Sato [Pancrase MISSION] vs. Jun Akiyama & Takao Omori
    Winner: Akiyama (15:50) following an Exploder on Sato.

    (-) Shinshu Pro Offer Bonus Match: Great☆Mucha & NOZAWANA Rongai vs. S Nazo no Maskman & Jigokudani PONTA
    Winner: - ()

    (4) World Junior Heavyweight Championship Match: [35th Champion] Yoshinobu Kanemaru vs. [Challenger] Kotaro Suzuki
    Winner: Kanemaru (20:38) following the Deep Impact (Diving DDT).
    ~ 7th successful title defense.

    (5) Special 6 Man Tag Match: Go Shiozaki, Kento Miyahara [Free] & Atsushi Aoki vs. Masahiro Chono, KENSO & D-Lo Brown
    Winner: KENSO (20:41) following the Hagakure to Aoki.
    ~ KENSO declared that Chono would be in connection with his new group. (Truthfully there seemed to be some doubt with that, but we will see how things play out in time.)

    (6) Triple Crown Heavyweight Championship Match: [47 Champion] Akebono vs. [Challenger] Joe Doering
    Winner: DRAW (5:16) Both Ring Out.
    ~ The match was then restarted.
    Winner: Akebono (2:14) following the Yokozuna Impact.
    ~ 1st successful title defense
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    The rest of the tour has been altered to reflect the stroryline invovling Xceed & KENSO’s group.
    All Japan Event Cards for November & December 2013
    http://puroresuspirit.wordpress.com/2013/11/10/all-japan-event-cards-for-november-december-2013/

  10. Notes: 6 / 5 months ago 
    [AJPW Event Updates] All Japan Pro-Wrestling announced a couple more matches for the upcoming tour.The first two will be in the form of title prelude matches on November 21, as the Junior Heavyweight Champion Yoshinobu Kanemaru will be teaming with Jun Akiyama to take on his next challenger in Kotaro Suzuki and Kento Miyahara. Kanemaru and Kotaro have faced off numerous times in the past and it should be noted that Kotaro’s one and only GHC Jr. title reign can after he defeated Kanemaru. Will Kanemaru continue on as the defending champion, or will fate once again be on Kotaro’s side?Newly crowned Triple Crown Champion Akebono will also be in a a prelude match as he teams with Takao Omori as they take on the current reigning World Tag Champions in Joe Doering and Suwama. Doering have proven in the past that he can outpower the big man, but Akebono has turned over a new leaf since joining All Japan full-time and seemingly become the Triple Crown late last month. Then lastly a special 6 man tag match has been added to the bigger show in Nagano, Japan on the 24th as Masahiro Chono will be teaming with D-Lo Brown and Bambi Killer as they take on Go Shiozaki, Kento Miyahara and Atsushi Aoki. Masahiro Chono has kind of put himself in charge of the gaijin talent competing in All Japan and it appears as a even more physical role as well as he is putting himself in active competition.Below is the updated event cards…All Japan Pro-Wrestling “2013 Oudou Renaissance”, 11/21/2013 [Thu] 19:00 @ Korakuen Hall in TokyoNewly Announced:(-) World Junior Heavyweight Prelude Tag Match: Yoshinobu Kanemaru & Jun Akiyama vs. Kotaro Suzuki & Kento Miyahara(-) Triple Crown Heavyweight Prelude Tag Match: Akebono & Takao Omori vs. Joe Doering  & SuwamaPreviously Announced:(-) Go Shiozaki & KENSO vs. D-Lo Brown & Bambi Killer—————————————————————————————-All Japan Pro-Wrestling “2013 Oudou Renaissance”, 11/24/2013 [Sun] 15:00 @ Big Hat in NaganoNewly Announced:(-) Special 6 Man Tag Match: Go Shiozaki, Kento Miyahara & Atsushi Aoki vs. Masahiro Chono, D-Lo Brown & Bambi KillerPreviously Announced:(-) World Junior Heavyweight Championship Match: [35th Champion] Yoshinobu Kanemaru vs. [7th Challenger] Kotaro Suzuki(-) Triple Crown Heavyweight Championship Match: [47 Champion] Akebono vs. [1st Challenger] Joe DoeringAll Japan Event Cards for November & December 2013http://puroresuspirit.wordpress.com/2013/11/10/all-japan-event-cards-for-november-december-2013/

    [AJPW Event Updates] All Japan Pro-Wrestling announced a couple more matches for the upcoming tour.

    The first two will be in the form of title prelude matches on November 21, as the Junior Heavyweight Champion Yoshinobu Kanemaru will be teaming with Jun Akiyama to take on his next challenger in Kotaro Suzuki and Kento Miyahara. Kanemaru and Kotaro have faced off numerous times in the past and it should be noted that Kotaro’s one and only GHC Jr. title reign can after he defeated Kanemaru. Will Kanemaru continue on as the defending champion, or will fate once again be on Kotaro’s side?

    Newly crowned Triple Crown Champion Akebono will also be in a a prelude match as he teams with Takao Omori as they take on the current reigning World Tag Champions in Joe Doering and Suwama. Doering have proven in the past that he can outpower the big man, but Akebono has turned over a new leaf since joining All Japan full-time and seemingly become the Triple Crown late last month.

    Then lastly a special 6 man tag match has been added to the bigger show in Nagano, Japan on the 24th as Masahiro Chono will be teaming with D-Lo Brown and Bambi Killer as they take on Go Shiozaki, Kento Miyahara and Atsushi Aoki. Masahiro Chono has kind of put himself in charge of the gaijin talent competing in All Japan and it appears as a even more physical role as well as he is putting himself in active competition.

    Below is the updated event cards…

    All Japan Pro-Wrestling “2013 Oudou Renaissance”, 11/21/2013 [Thu] 19:00 @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo

    Newly Announced:
    (-) World Junior Heavyweight Prelude Tag Match: Yoshinobu Kanemaru & Jun Akiyama vs. Kotaro Suzuki & Kento Miyahara
    (-) Triple Crown Heavyweight Prelude Tag Match: Akebono & Takao Omori vs. Joe Doering  & Suwama

    Previously Announced:
    (-) Go Shiozaki & KENSO vs. D-Lo Brown & Bambi Killer

    —————————————————————————————-
    All Japan Pro-Wrestling “2013 Oudou Renaissance”, 11/24/2013 [Sun] 15:00 @ Big Hat in Nagano

    Newly Announced:
    (-) Special 6 Man Tag Match: Go Shiozaki, Kento Miyahara & Atsushi Aoki vs. Masahiro Chono, D-Lo Brown & Bambi Killer

    Previously Announced:
    (-) World Junior Heavyweight Championship Match: [35th Champion] Yoshinobu Kanemaru vs. [7th Challenger] Kotaro Suzuki

    (-) Triple Crown Heavyweight Championship Match: [47 Champion] Akebono vs. [1st Challenger] Joe Doering

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

     
  11. Notes: 5 / 5 months ago 

    [All Japan News] All Japan Pro-Wrestling announced two title matches upcoming in the next month as well as a few other updates.

    First up, going in order of announced matches and their dates, it was announced that Go Shiozaki and KENSO will be teaming with one another to take on D-Lo Brown and Bambi Killer. Following his scheduled tag match on 10/27, Shiozaki found himself on the wrong end of an assault by the foreign heavyweights. KENSO would come out from the back and make the save, but clearly D-Lo and Bambi were far from pleased with KENSO sticking his nose in their business. So this has setup this tag match to happen on the November 21st tour opener at the Korakuen Hall.

    All Japan “2013 Oudou Renaissance”, 11/21/2013 [Thu] 19:00 @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo
    (-) Go Shiozaki & KENSO vs. D-Lo Brown & Bambi Killer

    Then All Japan announced that two title matches will be taking place on November 24th as Akebono will be defending his newly won “Unified” Triple Crown belt against Suwama’s tag team partner in Joe Doering.
    Doering has proven in the past that Akebono’s size is not an issue for him and these two have traded wins and loses against one another. Akebono stated that he will take on all challengers and will defend the belt as a fighting champion, but Doering is ever-looking to hold the Triple Crown for the first time in his career.

    Also announced for the show is Yoshinobu Kanemaru defending the World Jr. belt for his 7th defense against Kotaro Suzuki. Kanemaru has gone through all the contenders in the promotion so far and now it has come down to the fellow friends to do battle in the ring.
    Something that was stated in the press conference from Kotaro Suzuki though is that he has expressed his withdrawal from Burning as well. This follows Go Shiozaki leaving the group last week under his own decision, and Kotaro also feels it is time for himself to become a full-time junior under All Japan.

    All Japan “2013 Oudou Renaissance”, 11/24/2013 [Sun] 15:00 @ Big Hat in Nagano
    () World Junior Heavyweight Championship Match: [35th Champion] Yoshinobu Kanemaru vs. [7th Challenger] Kotaro Suzuki
    () Triple Crown Heavyweight Championship Match: [47 Champion] Akebono vs. [1st Challenger] Joe Doering

    ———————————————————————————————————————-
    All Japan will be following up the Renaissance tour and head right into the 2013 World’s Strongest Tag Decision League (Sekai saikyo tagu kettei riigu). All 8 teams involved in this years tournament were announced at the 10/27 show and this will be the first “full length” tournament under Shinsei All Japan.

    ~ “Evolution” Suwama & Joe Doering [67th World Tag Champions]
    ~ Jun Akiyama & Takao Omori
    ~ Go Shiozaki & Kento Miyahara
    ~ Akebono & SUSHI
    ~ Kotaro Suzuki & Atsushi Aoki [92nd Asia Tag Champions]
    ~ D-Lo Brown & Bambi Killer
    ~ Dark Ozz & Dark Cuervo (AAA)
    ~ James Raideen & Maybach β (ZERO1/NWF)

    The tournament will begin on November 30th and run a total of 8 days with the finals day of the tournament on December 8th.


  12. Notes: 6 / 5 months ago 

    All Japan [Anniversary Tour 2013 - Triple Crown: Suwama vs Akebono] results for October 27, 2013 + Upcoming Tag League Teams Announced

    All Japan Pro-Wrestling “ANNIVERSARY TOUR 2013″, 10/27/2013 [Sun] 16:00 @ Ryogoku Kokugikan in Tokyo

    (0) KENSO vs. Mr. 450 [Puerto Rico]
    Winner: KENSO (3:43) following the Hagakure.

    (1) Masao Inoue [Free] & Hikaru Sato [Pancrase MISSION] vs. Nobutaka Araya [Free] & Kazushi Miyamoto [Tenryu Project]
    Winner: Inoue (10:06) via pinfall on Araya.
    (2) Dory & Terry Funk vs. Masanobu Fuchi & Osamu Nishmura
    Winner: DRAW (20:00) Time Expired.
    image~ Dory Funk Jr. was officially announced as the new PWF Chairman.
    (3) Joe Doering & James Raideen vs. D-Lo Brown & Bambi Killer
    Winner: Doering (13:40) with the Revolution Bomb on D-Lo.

    The 8 teams involved in their years World’s Strongest Tag League were announced.
    ~ Go Shiozaki & Kento Miyahara
    ~ Kotaro Suzuki & Atsushi Aoki [Asia Tag Champions]
    ~ D-Lo Brown & Bambi Killer
    ~ Dark Ozz & Dark Cuervo (AAA)
    ~ Jun Akiyama & Takao Omori
    ~ James Raideen & Maybach β (ZERO1)
    ~ Akebono & SUSHI
    ~ Suwama & Joe Doering [World Tag Champions]
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    (4) Asia Tag Championship Match: [Champions] “Burning” Kotaro Suzuki & Atsushi Aoki vs. [Challengers] “Team Drift” Shigehiro Irie & Keisuke Ishii
    Winner: Aoki (20:14) with the Assault Point on Ishii.
    ~ 4th successful title defense.
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    (5) World Junior Heavyweight Championship Match: [35th Champion] Yoshinobu Kanemaru vs. [Challenger] SUSHI
    Winner: Kanemaru (15:30) following the Touchout.
    ~ 6th successful title defense.
    ~ Kotaro Suzuki expressed himself as the next challenger. Kanemaru accepted it with a handshake.
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    (6) Jun Akiyama & Takao Omori vs. Go Shiozaki & Kento Miyahara
    Winner: Omori (25:29) following the Axe Bomber to Miyahara.
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    ~ Bambi Killer and D-Lo attacked Shiozaki and Miyahara after the match. Kotaro, Aoki and KENSO came out to make the save.

    (7) Triple Crown Championship Match: [46th Champion] Suwama vs. [Challenger / 2013 Oudou Tournament Winner] Akebono
    Winner: Akebono (19:30) following the Yokozuna Impact.
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    ~ Champion falls on his 3rd title defense. Akebono becomes the new 47th generation Sankan Heavyweight Champion.
    ~ Dory Funk Jr. as the new PWF Chairman handed the belt to the new champion and raised his hand.
    ~ Akebono also becomes the first champion with the new “single belt” Triple Crown belt. (Don’t let that confuse you in anyway…)
    ~ Joe Doering looks to be Akebono’s first challenger.
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  13. Notes: 2 / 6 months ago 

    All Japan results for October 23, 2013

    All Japan Pro-Wrestling “ANNIVERSARY TOUR 2013″, 10/23/2013 [Wed] 18:30 @ Takaoka Ecoeur in Toyama

    (1) Masao Inoue & Yoshiagi Yago [Free] vs. Shigehiro Irie & Keisuke Ishii [both DDT]
    Winner: Irie (12:59) with the Flying Sausage on Inoue.
    ~ Irie shook off the assault from yesterday’s show and pulled out the victory for his team heading into the Asia Tag opportunity on the 27th.

    (2) 3WAY Match: KENSO vs. Atsushi Aoki vs. Kazushi Miyamoto
    Winner: KENSO (9:06) following the Hagakure to Miyamoto.
    ~ KENSO’s Hagakure is proving to be a momentum builder for his dream to be up at the top.

    (3) Takao Omori & SUSHI vs. D-Lo Brown & BambiKiller
    Winner: Bambi (16:55) following a Swinging Neckbreaker Drop on SUSHI.
    ~ SUSHI suffers a loss before his jr. title match, but he stated that he is not going to let his loss to a heavyweight hold him back.

    (4) Jun Akiyama & Yoshinobu Kanemaru vs. Kento Miyahara [Free] & Mr. 450
    Winner: Kanemaru (13:26) following the Touchout to 450.
    ~ Kanemaru gets a solid win heading into his jr. title match against SUSHI.

    (5) Suwama, Joe Doering & Hikaru Sato [Pancrase MISSION] vs. Akebono, Go Shiozaki & Kotaro Suzuki
    Winner: Suwama (24:50) following the Last Ride to Kotaro.
    ~ Suwama is heading into the Triple Crown match on the 27th with 3-1 wins over Akebono side in the prelude matches. Suwama stated that he will remain as the 5 crown champion.
    ~ After the match Shiozaki stated that he is looking at all candidates for the upcoming World’s Strongest Tag League, even Kento Miyahara who sent out an offer for them to join recently.
    ~ It has also come forward of the possibility of Akiyama already finding himself a new partner in Takao Omori.

    Next up is the Ryogoku show.

    All Japan Pro-Wrestling “ANNIVERSARY TOUR 2013″, 10/27/2013 [Sun] 16:00 @ Ryogoku Kokugikan in Tokyo

    () Dory & Terry Funk vs. Masanobu Fuchi & Osamu Nishmura

    () Joe Doering & James Raideen vs. D-Lo Brown & BambiKiller

    () World Junior Heavyweight Championship Match: [35th Champion] Yoshinobu Kanemaru vs. [Challenger] SUSHI
    ~ 5th title defense.

    () Asia Tag Championship Match: [Champions] “Burning” Kotaro Suzuki & Atsushi Aoki vs. [Challengers] “Team Drift” Shigehiro Irie & Keisuke Ishii
    ~ 4th title defense.

    () Triple Crown Championship Match: [46th Champion] Suwama vs. [Challenger / 2013 Oudou Tournament Winner] Akebono
    ~ 3rd title defense.

    All Japan Event Cards for September & October 2013
    http://puroresuspirit.wordpress.com/2013/09/09/all-japan-event-cards-for-september-october-2013/

  14. Notes: 2 / 6 months ago 

    All Japan results for October 14, 2013

    All Japan Pro-Wrestling “ANNIVERSARY TOUR 2013″, 10/14/2013 [Mon] 17:30 @ Kumagaya City Gymnasium in Saitama

    (1) Joshu Pro-Wrestling Offer Match: KENJI & Masayoshi Motegi vs. TA☆KU & Katsunari Toi
    Winner: Motegi (14:39) following a Modified Fisherman Buster on TA☆KU.

    (2) Yoshinobu Kanemaru & Masao Inoue [Free] vs. Mr. 450 & Hikaru Sato [Pancrase MISSION]
    Winner: 450 (13:04) with a 450° Splash.

    (3) KENSO & Kazushi Miyamoto vs. Kotaro Suzuki & Atsushi Aoki
    Winner: Kotaro (15:16) with a high Angle Cradle on Miyamoto.

    (4) Jun Akiyama & Go Shiozaki vs. Kento Miyahara [Free] & SUSHI
    Winner: Shiozaki (20:59) following the Go Flasher on SUSHI.
    ~ Yoshinobu Kanemaru will be defending the Junior Heavyweight belt against SUSHI on 10.27. SUSHI stated that he will fight like he has never fought before. Specifically pointing towards his previous match against Kanemaru for the Jr. belt.
    ~ SUSHI also stated that he want to team with Akebono in the upcoming World’s Strongest Tag League and he says that it will mean more if it is a “singles champion” combination.

    (5) Suwama, Joe Doering & Takao Omori vs. Akebono, D-Lo Brown & BambiKiller
    Winner: Suwama (17:01) with a Manriki Sleeper on D-Lo.
    ~ Suwama finally put someone away with his new special move, he declared that he will put away Akebono with it on 10.27.
    imageAll Japan Event Cards for September & October 2013
    http://puroresuspirit.wordpress.com/2013/09/09/all-japan-event-cards-for-september-october-2013/

  15. Notes: 5 / 6 months ago 

    All Japan results for October 13, 2013

    All Japan Pro-Wrestling “ANNIVERSARY TOUR 2013”, 10/13/2013 [Sun] 15:00 @ Aoshin Industry Transit Special Ring [All Japan Autumn Wrestling Festival]
    1,112 Spectators

    (1) Mr. 450 vs. SUSHI
    Winner: SUSHI (8:54) with the Katsuo no ipponzuri (single line fishing the Katsuo).

    (2) Kotaro Suzuki & Atsushi Aoki vs. Masanobu Fuchi & Yoshinobu Kanemaru
    Winner: Kotaro (15:57) following the Endless Waltz on Fuchi.
    ~ Kanemaru accepted SUSHI’s title challenge.

    (3) Women’s Offer Single Match: Mayumi Ozaki vs. Carlos Amano
    Winner: Ozaki (10:31) with a Tequila Sunrise.

    (4) Women’s Offer Tag Match: Manami Toyota & Mima Shimoda vs. Tomoko Watanabe & Sareee
    Winner: Toyota (15:38) with a Japanese Ocean Cyclone Suplex Hold on Sareee.

    (5) Jun Akiyama & Go Shiozaki vs. Takao Omori & KENSO
    Winner: Akiyama (15:24) following a Wrist Clutch style Exploder on KENSO.
    ~ Akiyama stated that he and Shiozaki are a solid team and that he is looking to take Doering on directly.

    (6) Suwama, Joe Doering & Kento Miyahara [Free] vs. Akebono, D-Lo Brown & BambiKiller
    Winner: Doering (16:50) with the Revolution Bomb on BambiKiller.
    ~ Joe showed off his power against BambiKiller and this could be an early sign for the upcoming gaijin tag on the 27th.
    ~ Suwama once again got the better of Akebono with a sleeper hold.
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    All Japan Event Cards for September & October 2013
    http://puroresuspirit.wordpress.com/2013/09/09/all-japan-event-cards-for-september-october-2013/

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