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Old 02-24-2006, 10:36 AM   #21 (permalink)
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No in the Super J Cup Junior Heavyweight range to around 250 to 280 Haas weighs in at around 242lb. Hence he is eligable for the Cup, Eddie Guerrero and Chris Benoit weighed more than this when they where in the cup in 1994 if I remember correctly so Haas is okay.
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so when is it gonna be up Jushin?

Also Arj, JL is right about Haas being eligable.
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Well i've got 4 more matches to go and i'm on 82 pages, i'll probably write one more match tonight and get half of another finished off. The Roma derby is on tonight so i'll end up watching that but i'll write during it's on. I know I said it should be up today but it might be Monday now.
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Super J Cup 2006




12 Booker’s All Sending There Best Junior Heavyweights Too Fight It Out In The First Annual Super J Cup!!!




Arjun14626rko



Forever Delayed



King Kurt UK



Jushin Liger



EBboy



Renegade



King Of Pain V1



Jblisjustabigloser



Rated R Superstar



TheLastJoeCool



ChainGangRed



*F-94*





There Junior Heavyweights each representing there own prestigious company





Kid Kash
WWE: The Dawn Of A New Era






Rey Mysterio
WWE: My Vision Aggression






Funaki
WWE Survivor Series






Matt Hardy
Forever Delayed does WWE






Abizmo Negro
UWEF: United Wrestling Entertainment Federation






Jamie Noble
WWE Unleash The Fury






Christopher Daniels
WWE: The Second Shot






ChainGangRed






Tajiri
WWE Survivor Series






Jushin Liger
JLA Combat Wrestling






Paul London
WWE: Attitude 06







Psicosis
WIWA Reborn






Ultimo Dragon
JLA Combat Wrestling







These men wrestling for there honour, the honour of there company’s, the honour of the Super J Cup.





Junior Heavyweights at there best, high flying at its best, technician’s at there best, puroresu at it’s best………………………………….Wrestling at it’s best!










This is the 2006 Super J Cup!
















First Round







Kid Kash vs. Jushin Liger






Kid Kash
Height: 5ft 9in
Weight: 202lb
Trained by: Ricky Morton
Debut: 1990
Company: WWE The Dawn Of A New Era





Jushin Liger
Height: 5ft 7in
Weight: 213lb
Trained by: Kotetsu Yamamoto, Stu Hart
Company: JLA






MATCH








Both men can feel the atmosphere around the arena as they begin the first match of the 2006 Super J Cup. Kash wears yellow tights with a black stripe lining with no top; his boots are laced tight with a pure black colour to finish the ensemble. Jushin Liger is in his usual read and white attire with red mask creating a vivid image for the many spectators. Both men are checked before there match as the referee looks for any illegal objects concealed in there tights. Both are found innocent and the official rings the bell to start the match. The arena is electric with cheers as both men circle the ring keeping there eyes locked on one another. Finally they hook up with Jushin liger quickly catching the arm and twisting into a hammer lock and keeping his opponent immobile from the start. Kash bounces on his feet somehow trying to conceal the pain before his opponent push forward on the hammer lock. Kash runs with him trying to relieve to shooting agony before he is launched into a turnbuckle. Liger immediately releases the arm and the hammerlock as his opponent groans in pain.





Kash turns straight into a right hand from Liger as he is trapped in the corner of the ring. Jushin connects with yet another stiff right hand and followed up with a shoulder thrust into the gut. Kash gasps for breath causing a distraction as Liger pushes him onto the top rope soon following. The fans expected high flying, high risk manoeuvres but not so early on in the match. They don’t feel saddened by this in the least as they rise to there feet to catch a better view. Jushin tries to soften his still fresh opponent up with a right hand to the face as he balances on the second rope. Kash wields on the top rope as his head is trapped in a face lock whilst his arm is draped around the shoulder of his opponent. A superplex looks imminent until Kash connects with right hands to the gut of his opponent. He sees his fate if Liger connects with what ever he has in store and he doesn’t like it. Each right is filled with force and fear as Kash scrambles for his life, the fists become more furious and filled with more momentum as Liger begins to feel the effects. One last shot to the rib cage of Jushin “Thunder” Liger has him falling to the canvass on his back. Liger stays in this position as the fans stay glued to Kid Kash. The ex ECW star stables himself on the top rope whilst sizing his opponent up, the air becomes tight as Kash leaps into the air before flipping momentarily in the air jerking his head up ever so slightly before tucking it back so his chin touches his chest. Liger doesn’t have the time to move as his opponent’s shoulders crash with the chest of Jushin. The flipping senton bomb in completed to perfection as Jushin gasps for precious gasps of oxygen. The arena applauds the move as Kid Kash immediately makes the cover whilst hooking the left leg and putting pressure on the chest. The referee drops to the floor and makes the first count as the fans watch with anticipation.





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Jushin Liger manages to raise his right shoulder off the canvass breaking the count as the referee holds up two fingers. Kash doesn’t moan instead he immediately locks the head of Jushin tightly in his grasp as he completes a head lock sleeper on the Japanese Legend from JLA. Kash’s strategy is simple, wear down your opponent early on in the match and take the advantage in your stride. The fans watch as Kid tightens his grip around the head of Liger who becomes more and more light headed by the second. Jushin sits on his rear as Kash kneels behind him making sure not to give him any slack. The submission remains tight for over one and a half minutes before Kash feels he’s had enough. The experience of Kash is shown here as he knows Liger would battle out with in the next minute. Instead he leaves the head free and lets Liger sit before completing a low dropkick to the back of the head. The two feet of Kash connect with the head of Jushin with force causing his neck to jerk forward before the momentum sends his to his back groaning in pain.





Kash knows the move was done to perfection and goes well into pulling Liger by the hair to a vertical base whilst he’s in the painful state. Kid connects with a toe kick to the gut followed by a fore arm to the back causing Liger to gasp for breath. Kash does this purposely as he locks the head of his opponent in a standing head scissors before latching onto the waist. Kash composes himself as he looks for what could be a powerbomb on the Japanese Great. The arena’s eyes stay glued to the ring as Kash pulls on the waist with might immediately pulling Jushin to his shoulders in a powerbomb position. Kash begins to stumble but remains on his feet before slamming Liger into the mat shoulders first and letting his legs take comfort for Kid’s landing. Kash immediately pushes on the legs and creates a prawn hold pin. Liger’s legs nearly meet his head as his shoulders stay glued to the canvass. The weight of Kash is enough to make the first count as the referee looks for two





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Jushin shows his leg strength by pushing on the shoulders of Kash and causing him to topple backwards with the force, hence breaking up the count on two. Kash stables himself on two feet whilst Jushin rolls to his feet looking to gain the upper hand in the match. Kash runs towards him with pace looking for the lariat but Jushin ducks the impending blow and reverts to a German Suplex whilst his opponent’s back is turned. Jushin locks the waist tight as he forces Kash high into the air looking to send him crashing shoulders first in the unforgiving mat. This isn’t the case as Kash jumps with that extra zest before leaving the mat causing a higher height to be reached. This causes Jushin to lose his grasp as Kash flips backwards and lands well on his feet. Kash uses his right hand to help his landing but he is soon up stable and waiting for his opponent to rise. He does and in a state of confusion as he thought he had the German Suplex completed. Kash is ready and waiting and as soon as Liger turns he is hit with an inzigure kick to the back of the head. The force of Kid’s boot to the skull causes a sickening thud as the JLA wrestler who falls to his stomach.





Kash takes the advantage by pulling his opponent to a vertical base and connecting with rights and left to the face. Jushin’s mask does nothing to soften the blows as he stumbles backwards. The fans get behind Kid Kash as he pelts one fist after another gaining an upper hand on his widely known opponent. Suddenly his cocky attitude gets the best of his and as soon as he talks trash to Jushin a right fist makes it self known to the cheekbone of the Dawn Of A New Era star. This takes Kash by surprise as he stumbles backwards not realising his opponent is now filled with fury and shows it with a standing dropkick to the chest. The force of the kick has Kid Kash falling to his back breathing heavily before stumbling to a vertical base in reaction to his opponents fight back. Liger is not done there as he connects with a right hand to the side of Kash’s head followed by a toe kick to the gut. Kash crouches forward clutching his stomach whilst Liger locks his head in a face lock before draping his arm over his own shoulders. Jushin takes a minute to compose himself before he forces his opponent up into the air head down and in a serious case of trouble. Jushin holds Kash up high for over seven seconds before falling backwards and sending him hard into the mat back first. Kash arches his back in pain as soon as he meets the floor, he groans before he is pushed to his back and his right leg is hooked to make the cover. The fans rise to there feet to catch a better look as the official makes the first count




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Kid Kash doesn’t give up as he manages to raise his shoulder off the canvas stopping the count at two. Liger looks at the referee behind his mask seeing two fingers raised and immediately rises to his feet pulling his opponent by the hair with him. An uppercut causes Kash’s head to snap back before he is hit with a straight knee to the lower rib cage. Liger uses this to lock in another face lock whilst draping the arm and instead of pushing first time he catches the right leg of Kash in his grasp. Kid is caught in the clutches of his opponent and before he can react he is sent flipping forward with pace as the Fisherman suplex is completed. Liger creates the bridge and keeps hold of the leg as the fans shoot up looking completely at the shoulders of Kash. The referee slides quickly to the floor and makes the first count as the Fisherman Suplex Bridge makes for the fourth cover of the match.




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Once again Kash has the fans in wonder as he pushes out of the pin. Liger begins to get frustrated and pats both hands together in a gesture that this was a three count. The referee is adamant about his decision and sticks by it claiming it to of ended at two. Jushin rolls to his feet in anger and pulls Kash with him. His sudden outburst costs him time and this gives Kash to freedom to rest for that little bit longer. It shows as Jushin is hit with an immediate right hand from Kash followed by a left. Jushin looks to fight back with a hook of his own but doesn’t have the time as his opponent runs into the opposing ropes creating momentum in his run. Liger looks to have him where he wants him as he looks for to catch Kash in a tilt a whirl backbreaker. This looks to go to plan until Kid’s legs wrap around the head of Jushin and with the momentum of the whip it causes Liger to flip violently forward onto his back as Kash completes a tilt a whirl head scissors.




The fans are amazed by what they are seeing and watch as Liger stumbles to his feet in a state of confusion and walks right into a straight kick to the mid section by Kash. Liger bends forward in pain as his head is trapped in a standing head scissors. Kash quickly hooks both arms and with a surge of power he forces his opponent high up in the air before pushing him in a reflex and dropping to his knee as the double underhook backbreaker is completed. Liger slumps to the canvass and immediately arches his back in pain trying to relieve the shooting agony that consumes his shoulders and kidneys. It doesn’t do much help and whilst he groans in pain Kash begins to walks through the ropes and onto the apron quickly climbing the turnbuckles soon after. Kash reaches the top whilst hit opponent slowly rises to a vertical base holding his hack the best he can. Kid is ready for him and once he is ready he flings himself into the air like a bird flying off a tree. He gains great height creating quite a sight as his opponent watches in ore too dazed to move. Kash stretches his legs whilst in mid air in a sit down position and looks to land on the shoulders of Jushin. The Diving Hurricarana looks impending and fans can’t wait, it looks for certain as Kash’s legs land on the two shoulders of Liger looking only clench there way around his neck. This isn’t the case as Jushin quickly grasps the thighs and with the momentum and pace that Kash delivers off the ropes it’s only a matter of time before he is sent crashing high on his shoulders into the mat with a huge amount of force.




The fan’s stand there in amazement as Jushin Liger falls to a sit down position himself and knows he’s completed what he set out to do. The respecting arena cheer there hearts out as they have just witnessed a diving hurricarana reversed in Jushin “Thunder” Liger’s finisher…………………The deadly Liger Bomb!!!! The arena come to the conclusion that this is all over and they couldn’t be happier. The fans know Liger deserves it for reversing what could have been the end of him into a huge advantage for himself. Kash lies on his back as his legs are pushed down upon creating the sit out pin after the powerbomb. The shoulders stick to the ground as the official makes the first count of what must surely be three.






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The arena explodes into a sea of cheers as Kid Kash somehow, someway kicks out of the pin after being Liger Bombed!!! The arena takes a long time to settle as Jushin stands in confusion. He looks towards his opponent and even his mask can’t hide his admiration for how much heart his opponent has. This doesn’t stop him from rising however whilst pulling his opponent with him. He knows he has the advantage but he must take it whilst he has the chance. Kash looks like his bones have escaped his body as he stands limp on his feet.




Liger connects with a toe kick to the gut followed by a standing head scissors. The thousands in attendance know what’s in store as Jushin looks for a second Liger Bomb of the match. Liger clutches the waist with might and pulls up with force forcing his opponent up onto his shoulders. Liger looks to have the final deed done until the legs of his opponent wrap tightly around his head and before he can do anything Kash pushes backwards and forces his opponent to flip forward completing the hurricarana and the pin. The arena erupts once more with a daze of confusion from the fans, they where adamant it was over but the sudden reversal has them thinking the other way round. Liger’s legs are caught by Kash who is still hurting greatly. The referee drops to the floor and makes the count as the arena looks with intent





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The many in attendance rise to there feet and cheer with there hearts contempt as Kash immediately releases the legs and falls forward. He rises in shock as he looks around the arena in a daze. In his own mind he can’t believe he has done it as he looks over his fallen opponent by the name of Jushin Liger. The fans clap with might as Kash’s hand is held high as the winner whilst his opponent from JLA slowly rises still shocked from the sudden reversal of the Liger Bomb. Kash is left alone in the ring with the Japanese Legend and looks towards him. Kash doesn’t know what to do as Liger stands before him. Suddenly Jushin holds out a hand which Kash gladly shakes as Jushin holds his opponents hand high up as the winner. The fans applaud the show of sportsmanship whilst Liger leaves his opponent to soak up his victory.







Winner – Kid Kash – Via Pinfall











Funaki vs. Jamie Noble





Funaki
Height: 5ft 7in
Weight: 180lb
Trained by: Animal Hamaguchi, Yoshiaki Fujiwara
Debut: 1990
Company: WWE Survivor Series





Jamie Noble
Height: 5ft 7in
Weight: 170lb
Trained by: Dean Malenko, Bill Weaver
Company: WWE Unleash The Fury






MATCH








Both men are welcomed by the Japanese fans as they wait for the bell to ring. Funaki wears blue and white trunks with white to finish the ensemble. Noble grunges down to ripped denim shorts and black boots with no top looking ready for the match to begin. The referee finally signals the bell and the match begins with both men circling the ring. They hook up with Funaki quickly grasping the arm into an arm lock before Noble flips forward to his feet making the move obsolete. He quickly turns and applies an arm lock himself. Funaki reverts to his opponent’s option and flips also this time dropping to his knees and swiping the leg. Noble falls to his and cracks his head with the mat with Funaki quickly making the lateral press. Noble immediately kicks out before the count can be made and springs to his feet along with his opponent. Funaki makes the first move and jumps high before connecting with a standing dropkick connecting with the chest of Noble who falls to floor but quickly rises. Funaki takes his arm and leads him to the ropes before Irish whipping him to the opposing three.




Noble comes off the sienna ropes and runs straight into a drop toe hold from Funaki as Jamie’s face goes crashing into the unforgiving canvass. Funaki is quick to pounce like a cat as he catches the head before cradling the chin with his hands. He rests on the back of his opponent before trapping his opponent’s arms over his legs. The pain immediately makes it self known to Noble as the Camel Clutch is completed. The spectators watch the well performed submission as Noble groans in pain. Funaki is relentless as he forces the neck further and further north causing quite a discomfort to say the least. The pain shoots down the neck and back of Noble as he stays motionless in the centre of the ring. Funaki has done well to make sure he has the opening quarter of this match in his favour whilst he looks to make his opponent tap. Shoichi (Funaki) remains strong and keeps the submission manoeuvre tight for as long as possible whilst Noble grits his teeth and bares the pain the best he can. Funaki looks to have total control over his opponent until Jamie’s left leg begins to move placing his knee on the canvass with his other meeting it. It’s not long before Noble surges upright forcing himself to his feet whilst his opponent clings onto his back. The arena watch in admiration as Noble’s show of strength sees him falling backwards and sending his opponent back first into the mat. The back of Funaki’s head meets the ground with force before he stumbles to his feet his advantage twiddling away.




Noble is quick to react knowing his neck has taken much of a beating so earl and connects with a toe kick to the gut followed by three brisk forearms to the back. Funaki gasps before he is caught in a standing head scissors before his waist is grasped and he is sent all the way to his opponents shoulders in a powerbomb position. Funaki begins to fight back with him facing the brute force of the powerbomb. Shoichi connects with rights and lefts to the head causing Noble to stumble back and forth. Funaki knows he has Noble where he wants him as he is position close to the ropes. With a sudden spurt he falls backwards tightening his thighs around the head of his opponent and completing a hurricarana over the ropes. Noble is sent crashing into the apron with force as the manoeuvre is completed to cheers from the fans. Funaki takes the bump but it’s his opponent who takes the brunt of the pain as he lands hard on the outside mat after taking the crash with the apron. Funaki slowly rises and pulls his opponent to a vertical base connecting with a forearm to the face. Noble stumbles and Funaki meets him with a toe kick to the gut. Jamie crouches forward in reaction to the kick and it’s Funaki who now looks for the standing head scissors. Noble is still in pain from the bump off the hurricarana but his mind is still in the match. Funaki grasps the waist and looks for the powerbomb on the outside mat as the referee reaches the count of 6. Noble knows this could be the end and react superbly by pushing up and forcing his opponent to flip forward over Jamie’s back and crashing onto the outside mat. Funaki arches his back in pain trying somehow to relieve the shooting agony that consumes it. The mat is wafer thin and does nothing the cushion the blow which is shown from the screams of agony from the Japanese athlete.




Noble gathers his thoughts and begins to pull his opponent to his feet immediately connecting with a right hook to the jaw before pushing him back into the ring with Noble climbing to the apron. Jamie clutches the top ropes and measures his fallen opponent up. He takes a breath before jumping onto the second rope spring boarding into the air and over the ropes before connecting with the elbow. The spring board elbow connects with the chest of Funaki who gasps for breath with the connection. Noble isn’t done there as he pulls his opponent to a vertical base connecting with a forearm to the face soon after. Funaki takes the blow before being hit with a straight knee to the gut followed by a fireman’s carry. Funaki rests on the shoulders of Noble as his fate is decided by Noble. Then before Funaki can react Noble pushes him into the air immediately falling backwards and raising both knees as the gut buster is completed. The Fireman’s Gut Buster is completed well and groans of agony are heard throughout the Tokyo Dome. Funaki stomps his feet up and down on the canvass clenching his stomach before he is pushes to his back and his shoulders are pinned to the ground. Noble quickly hooks the right leg and puts pressure on both shoulders as the second pin of the match is made. This time however this cover reaches the first count




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Funaki manages to raise both shoulders off the canvass as he kicks out of his opponents pin. Noble spits before grasping the hair of Funaki and pummelling his head with violent rights and lefts. The referee finally gets involved and breaks up the savage attack. Noble finally stops the fists and pulls his opponent to a vertical base quickly pulling off a knee to the lower rib cage. Noble locks the head in a face lock before draping his opponents arm over his shoulders. Funaki’s trunks are gripped as Noble looks for the vertical suplex. He manages to pulls Funaki high up into the air but the Japanese star pushes off the shoulders leaving his grip and landing on his feet behind his opponent. Noble turns in confusion believing he had the suplex completed. Funaki is ready for him and connects with a toe kick to the gut followed with Shoichi grasping the head tightly. Funaki then leaps into the air keeping his clutch on his opponents head tight. The momentum of the leap sees him turning in mid air before falling hard to his back sending his opponents head hard into the canvass. The tornado DDT is completed and the momentum of the move sees Noble falling to his back. Jamie clutches his head for dear life before his shoulders are pinned to the ground and his left leg is hooked for the pin.





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Noble manages to raise his right shoulder off the canvass stopping the pin at the count of two. The fans watch with admiration as Funaki slowly rises to his feet pulling his opponent with him. Shoichi connects with a forearm to the face followed by an Irish whip into the ropes. The whip has Noble running off with pace straight into a standing dropkick from the ex member of Kain’tai. The two feet of Funaki crash with the side of Noble’s head as he falls to the floor in pain. The momentum from the whip creates more force in the dropkick which is shown as Noble clutches his face in agony. Funaki knows he has the advantage and walks through the ropes and onto the apron before he walks to the turnbuckle and climbs all the way to the top rope.




Funaki stables himself on the top ropes as his opponent stumbles to a vertical base. Funaki stalks him from behind like an bird sitting on its perch. Finally Noble turns unaware of his opponent’s position this is when Funaki strikes. He leaps into the air like an eagle creating great height as his opponent stands in ore. The pace in which he fall is great and this causes more force in the Flying Crossbody. He meets the chest of Noble causing a sickening thud as both men crash to the floor. Noble breaks the fall of Funaki creating even more problems for him back as lands hard on his kidneys. Funaki lands well and immediately hooks the leg letting his body rest on the chest of his opponent as the referee makes the count






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Once again the arena stand in shock as Jamie Noble finds the strength to carry on. The pain in his back is causing him even more trouble as he stumbles to a vertical base along with Funaki. Shoichi is the first one to strike as he connects with a toe kick to the gut followed by a face lock with the arm draped. Funaki gets a tight grip of his opponents tights as he looks for the snap suplex. The first attempt fails as Noble manages to cross his leg over his opponents making it impossible for Funaki to complete the manoeuvre.



Once again Funaki tries and Noble manages to block it, Funaki begins to lose concentration and as he looks for a third attempt Noble strikes with a snap suplex of his own. The force is immense and you can tell by the way Funaki bridges his back on impact. The fans clap the reversal as both men slowly rise to a vertical base. Funaki is feeling the affects of the suplex and isn’t helped when his opponent connects with a toe kick to the gut followed by a DDT.




The head is locked between the right arm of Noble as he forces it straight into the unforgiving floor, Funaki takes the full brunt of the pain on his head as he falls like a lawn dart before falling completely on his back. The move looks painful enough but Noble isn’t ready to make the pin. Instead he rises to his feet and measures up where he is. The fans watch in anticipation as Noble begins to climb the turnbuckle looking for another high risk manoeuvre. Funaki remains immobile on the floor as he still feels the full blow of the past DDT including the ware of the match itself. Noble manages to balance on the top ropes before measuring his opponent up then with one last breath taken he leaps into action gaining quite some height. Noble reverts back to his WCW roots and pulls off a Guillotine Leg Drop. Funaki doesn’t have time to move and takes the full brunt of the pain on his neck as the right leg of Noble comes crashing into the windpipe with force. The fans rise to there feet in cheers at the Guillotine Leg Drop and stay vertical as Noble immediately makes the cover and hooks the right leg. He lets his weight rest on the chest of Funaki as he gasps for breath.




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The arena stand stunned as Funaki somehow manages to raise his left shoulder off the canvass to the amazement of Noble and the fans alike. Jamie stands and looks at the referee holding up three fingers in hope that he miss heard the call. The referee tells him the original count and sticks by it. Noble shakes the shock off and begins to pull Funaki up by the hair. A fore arm to the face if followed by an Irish whip into the ropes as Funaki runs off with pace. Noble bends forward in hope for a hip toss but this doesn’t come to materialise as Funaki leaps just before reaching him and flips over his opponent before catching his legs in hope of pinning him to the floor. Noble begins to fight to stay on his feet fighting the catch air as Funaki remains relentless to turn him. Noble gives up and falls but this is all a ploy as he pushes with more momentum and flips over onto his feet as Funaki sits on his rear in astonishment.





Jamie doesn’t stand for long as he drops to the floor with his feet out as he connects with a low dropkick straight into the nose of Funaki as the sickening thud of Noble’s two feet make themselves heard throughout the arena. Funaki falls to his back with pace as he clutches onto his nose for dear life. The pain is clearly shown as he groans in agony whilst Noble stumbles to his feet. Funaki is pulled once again to a vertical base as he still holds his nose for dear life. Noble connects with a toe kick to the gut followed by a three quarter face lock. He soon drapes the arm over his shoulders and waits to grab the tights. Funaki is still feeling the affects of the low dropkick to his nose as he is pulled up into the air in a vertical suplex position. Noble shows his strength as he holds his opponent high up in the air as his muscles bulge with the weight. The fans watch in admiration as Funaki finally hits the canvass with might as he cringes in pain for his back.




He tries desperately to relieve the agony that has been consuming his back for the entire match. Noble looks pleased with himself which he should be as Funaki stumbles to his feet in reaction. Jamie is ready for him as he connects with an inzigure kick to the back of the head as soon as his opponent reaches his feet. Funaki stumbles back and forth before he falls to the floor with his skull rattling with might. Noble drops to his knee and rolls his opponent over to his back and makes the lateral press before hooking the right leg and putting pressure on the shoulders. The referee drops to the floor and makes the first count as the fans watch with intent.




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Funaki once again manages to raise his shoulders as he kicks out once again. He shows his heart as he battles away at the ROH and Unleash The Fury star! Noble shows his frustration as he beats away at the canvass with the thought of winning the match still lurking away in his mind. Funaki looks a man defeated but still he fights away like a warrior as his opponent grows in fury. Noble signals it’s over to the fans before pulling him opponent to a vertical base quickly connecting with a right hook to the left cheek. Funaki stumbles but immediately follows up with a right of his own quickly following up with a chop to the chest. Noble stumbles as Funaki connects with another chop to the chest this time with much more force. The fans take notice as they watch Funaki battle away with violent chops to the chest. One after another each one more brutal than the last, each one filled with more force more passion as Noble feels the down side. Each fan watches and cheers with each passing second as they watch the beaten Funaki chop his way with the last ounce of strength he has left.




Noble’s chest turns to a nice shade of maroon as he rests on the ropes leaving him ready for a toe kick to the gut followed by a straight upper cut by Funaki. The pain consumes Noble all over his body as Funaki Irish whips him into the opposing ropes. Noble knows his fate doesn’t look rosy and clings onto the sienna ropes for life as his opponent loses concentration. Funaki runs towards Noble with pace as he knows his opponent reversed the whip. This causes the ex Kain’tai member greatly as Noble reacts with a hip toss sending Funaki over the top rope and crashing onto the apron before falling to the outside mat. The WWE Survivor Series star looks in trouble as Nobel begins to climb the turnbuckle whilst his opponent tries to make it to his feet. Noble does well to stable himself on such a small platform especially since he is facing the outside of the ring instead of inside the squared circle.



Funaki slowly rises to a vertical in a state of confusion as this is when Jamie strikes. The fans watch with wide eyes as the Unleash The Fury star leaps into the air before flipping in mid air perfectly creating a 180 degree turn before crashing with the body of his opponent. Funaki crashes to the floor as his head met the outside mat with force maybe causing him a concussion. Noble took the bump but comes out relatively well considering his opponent condition. The referee makes the count as both men try desperately to make it to a vertical base. The fans are still on there feet cheering heavily from the high risk manoeuvre performed by Noble as he tries hard to make it to his feet. He finally does on the count of 12 and rolls back into the squared circle leaving his opponent to lie. The referee keeps on with the count and the possibility of a count out for Funaki looks imminent.




That is until the Japanese star makes it to a vertical base still clutching his head and rolls into the ring. Funaki is met with stomps from Noble who was literally seconds away from qualifying to the quarter finals of the Super J Cup. Funaki is left to rise until he is hit with a savage right hand followed by a brutal right sending Shoichi stumbling to the turnbuckle. Noble takes a few steps backwards as his opponent rest by the turnbuckle making way for a run up. Noble takes one breath and begins to run with pace picking up momentum as he goes along. Funaki looks in trouble until he reacts by pushing off the top turnbuckle and connecting with two feet to the face of Noble. He begins to stumble back and forth as Funaki waits patiently by the ring post. The fans watch knowing Funaki is planning something and he is as Noble turns straight into a kick to the sternum, followed with Shoichi grasping the head tightly before measuring his position. Noble remains in the standing head lock before Funaki jumps onto the middle turnbuckle pushing immediately off with power and letting his momentum turn his opponent and him in a twisting sensation. The Rising Sun of Tornado DDT looks imminent and the end of Jamie Noble’s Super J Cup could be over.




Then suddenly Noble pushes on the ribs of Funaki before he completes the turn sending his opponent flying back and leaving the DDT uncompleted. Funaki lands on his back as Noble dodges the bullet once again planning his next move if any. Shoichi stumbles to his feet still in disbelief that he didn’t complete the Rising Sun, this costs him as it clogs his mind. Noble uses his position by the turnbuckle to his advantage as he immediately jumps to the middle turnbuckle before jumping back into the air turning all the way in a fluid motion before completing a dropkick to the face. The sound is sickening as once again Funaki takes a brutal blow to the nose. The fans rise to there feet in applause as they begin to stomp there feet adding to the emotion in the ring.





The WWE Survivor Series cruiserweight stumbles to his feet in a state of pain and confusion as minutes ago he was in about to finish his opponent off. Noble is filled with adrenalin as he feeds off the Tokyo fans waiting for his opponent to make his move. He does as Funaki tries for the right hand which is blocked by Noble who follows up with a left of his own followed by a right. The fists are brutal and add to the pain in Funaki nose and skull weakening him even more than he once was. Noble signals the end as he connects with a toe kick to the gut with Jamie following up by hooking both arm and locking Funaki in a standing head scissors.




The arena know what’s in store and they wait patiently with smiles on there faces. Noble suck up his pain and gets ready to dish it out the best he can. With a surge of power he pulls Funaki high into the air using his arms as an aid and flips him with sickening pace before slamming him to the floor whilst Noble ends up in a sit out position. The Tiger Driver is completed and the arena rise to there feet waiting for the pin to be made. The pain consumes Funaki’s back and shoulders as the Tiger Driver takes effect. Noble takes some time to catch his breath whist lying on his back. The referee begins to make the count as both men’s shoulders are on the mat but before he reaches the count of two Noble rises and holds both legs to his shoulders whilst resting his feet on both shoulders of Funaki. The pin is made and the arena count along with the official all of them knowing the outcome.





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The arena explode with cheers as the third count is made and Noble’s arm is raises as the winner. Jamie holds his head whilst he celebrates his victory whilst his opponent rolls out of the ring in a sea of agony. The fans pay admiration to Jamie Noble as he climbs to the second rope and holds both hands up high before climbing back down and nurses his wombs.






Winner – Jamie Noble – Via Pinfall











Billy Kidman vs. Rey Mysterio







Billy Kidman:
Height: 5ft 10in
Weight: 195lb
Trained by: Afa Anoai
Debut: 1994
Company: WWE After The Invasion





Rey Mysterio:
Height: 5ft 4in
Weight: 170lb
Trained by: Rey Mysterio Sr
Debut: 1989
Company: WWE My Vision Aggression







MATCH









Rey Mysterio is greeted by the fans as he wears a white mask with the cross stitched on the forehead which is complemented with black stripes spreading from both sides. Billy Kidman wears denim shorts similar to Jamie Noble’s with a white T Shirt with Billy Kidman stitched onto the shirt in black lettering. Both men look completely focussed as they get ready for there first match of the night and both hope it wont be there last. Finally the referee signals the bell and the match begins, the arena finally settles and get ready for magic. Billy Kidman looks for the early advantage by running with momentum towards his opponent picking up pace all the while. Mysterio is ready for him and uses his opponents momentum to complete and arm drag. Kidman rolls to his feet and runs once again not letting the set back put him off. It should do as Kidman is hit with another arm drag this time into the arm bar. Mysterio looks to have the early advantage as his opponent sits on his rear immobile with his arm stretched from its socket. Kidman uses his experience for the better and rolls backwards to his feet making the move obsolete. He quickly connects with a toe kick to the gut and uses his stunned opponent to let him run off the ropes. Mysterio is ready for him as he catches him in mid swing using the momentum to pull off a tilt a whirl backbreaker. Kidman’s back is impaled on the knee of Kidman as he slumps to the ground in a state of pain. He cringes with the agony but he can’t bridge his back for long as Rey makes the lateral press followed with him hooking the right leg and letting his weight rest on the shoulders.



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Kidman quickly kicks out not letting the back problem stop him from making it through to the quarter finals. Mysterio doesn’t wait too long to get back to the match as he pulls his opponent to a vertical base by the hair and quickly connects with a right hook followed by an Irish whip into the ropes. Kidman comes off with pace straight into a standing dropkick from Rey. The added pace off the whip creates more momentum in the dropkick which connects with the right shoulder of Billy. Kidman rolls to his feet holding his arm as Mysterio connects with a knee to the got followed by three forearms to the back. Kidman shoots up in the pain as Mysterio reacts with a toe kick to the gut followed with Rey uses this to run away from his opponent towards the impending ropes. Kidman walks further in confusion until Mysterio jumps to the second rope before spring boarding off creating great height and landing on his opponent Billy Kidman. The arena rise to there feet in applause as Mysterio rises to his feet soaking up the emotion from the crowd. Billy Kidman slowly rises to his feet still feeling the pain from the springboard moonsault. Rey is ready for him as he connects with a toe kick to the sternum followed by a spinning neck breaker. Kidman’s neck spins violently with the momentum of the move as he finishes with the back of his skull crashing with his opponent’s shoulders. The pain is felt immediately which gives Mysterio time to climb the turnbuckle. Rey reaches the top and remains in great balance for such a small platform as he waits for Kidman to rise. The fans watch in anticipation as Billy slowly rises to a vertical base and turns. Mysterio leaps into the air like an eagle before twisting fluently like a gymnast and finishing a splash position. Kidman doesn’t have time to react as Rey crashes violently into his chest sending him crashing to the mat, he cushions Mysterio’s fall as his head cracks with the mat. The fans rise to there feet in admiration as the twisting cross body is completed to perfection. Rey takes some time to rise but once he does he pulls his opponent to a vertical base immediately connecting with a toe kick to the gut followed by Mysterio completing a face lock and draping the arm of his opponent over his shoulder. A snap suplex looks imminent but it’s Kidman who surprises Rey and the fans alike by grasping the tights and pulling Mysterio high up into the air. The arena watches with intent as Rey pushes off the shoulders of his opponent and lands over the ropes onto the apron. Kidman reacts well and turns fluently in a beautiful motion before jumping and completing an inzigure kick to the back of Mysterio’s head. Rey drops to the outside mat feeling the effects of the inzigure kick straight away; the sound was sickening as the boot of Billy crashes with the skull of the Lucha Libre. Kidman takes some time to rise but he does and looks at where his opponent is situated. The fans rise as they feel something big on the horizon, Kidman sizes his opponent up before he runs off the opposing ropes gaining momentum with every step. Mysterio slowly rises as his opponent jumps high and clings onto the ropes closest to Rey. Kidman doesn’t drop to the outside mat he lands on the apron as his opponent stands stunned. The fans wait a split second before they see Kidman jumping to the second rope and spring boarding off completing the Asai Moonsault to perfection. Kidman’s body lands on the shoulders of Mysterio as both crumble to the floor. The crowd lighten up with cheers and stomps of there feet creating a roar of a sound. The referee begins the count as both competitors look to reach a vertical base. It’s Kidman who rises first and he pulls Mysterio up with him pushing him back into the squared circle soon after. The referee is on the count of 9 before Kidman climbs to the apron and begins to climb the turnbuckles all the way to the top rope. He settles himself on the top rope as he looks for yet another high risk manoeuvre. Kidman’s right foot slips as he loses his footing just a little, he regains his balance but it’s too late. Mysterio suddenly springs to a vertical base and immediately runs towards his unsuspecting opponent. Rey climbs the ropes with great speed as Kidman stands in confusion unable to do a thing. It’s over quickly but has a lasting effect as Mysterio jumps high and lets his legs reach the shoulders of Billy before clenching and completing the Super Hurricarana!!! Kidman flips violently in the air before his back crashes with the canvass with might, Billy quickly arches his back in agony as Mysterio landed well on his feet. The fans still haven’t rested on there chairs after the match begun remain standing as Mysterio rises to his feet. Kidman soon follows in reaction with the pain of the Super Hurricarana still taking effect. Rey has the advantage as gets ready for his next attack, his next move. Kidman stumbles towards him straight into a toe kick to the stomach. Billy crouches forward in pain as his head is locked in a face lock before it is jammed straight into the ground. The DDT is completed as the momentum of the move sees Kidman rolling to his back. He feels the impact of the move immediately as he clutches his head for dear life whilst groaning in pain. Billy falls to his back trying to relieve the shooting agony that consumes his body. Rey can feel the emotion in the arena as all eyes are on him, as he begins to climb through the ropes and onto the apron. It’s not long before Mysterio is on the top ropes watching over his fallen opponent. Rey looks up and points to the sky before flinging himself into the air gaining quite some height and performing the Frog Splash for his late great friend Eddie Guerrero. This doesn’t go fully to plan as Kidman reacts well and pushes out his knees in a form of defence. This doesn’t just defend his body it creates an offensive move as Mysterio’s ribs crack with the knees of Billy. The fans gasp at the sight as Mysterio rolls to his back gasping for breath and cradling his stomach for dear life. Kidman slowly rises to his feet using the ropes as an aid whilst his opponent begins to gradually reach a vertical base in unison. Rey still finds is hard to find oxygen and this causes Kidman to react as he catches Rey under the arms and pushes him high up into the air before falling in a sit out position slamming Mysterio straight into the mat. The back of the Luchador takes the full impact of the blow as Kidman completes the BK Bomb. 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Mysterio kicks he legs together meeting the head of his opponent before raising his shoulders. Kidman quickly pushes the legs away to the right and rolls to a vertical base. Mysterio gradually follows him still feeling the pain from the BK Bomb. This gives Kidman the advantage as he connects with a right hand to the jaw followed by another clubbing blow with the left. Mysterio stumbles backwards before he is picked up by Kidman who completes a fall away slam. The move is pulled off well as Mysterio rests on his back breathing heavily and wondering if he will be able to carry one. Kidman looks pleased with himself as he watches over his opponent, the ex WCW star positions his opponent up and decides to climb soon after. Mysterio is unaware of his opponent as he stables himself on the top turnbuckle. Unlike before Kidman doesn’t lose his footing as he gets ready to pounce. Rey turns still oblivious to what is in store for him and once he does it’s too late. Kidman springs into the air before completing a beautiful Missile Dropkick to the left shoulder of Mysterio sending him crashing to the mat. The fans watch as Rey stays immobile on his back gasping for air and clutching his shoulder whilst his opponent reaches his feet. Kidman wipes the beads of sweat away from his forehead whilst he stumbles towards his lying opponent. He drops to his knees before making the lateral press and following up by hooking the right leg. The referee drops to the floor to get the best view of Mysterio’s shoulders before making the first count



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Mysterio has the fans on there feet once again cheering for the small framed Luchador as he somehow manages to raise his left shoulder off the canvass to break the count at two. Kidman knows he was a fraction of a second away from qualifying to the quarter finals of the tournament as he grasps his hair in rage nearly yanking it from his head. Mysterio remains on the floor whilst Kidman slowly makes it to his feet. Not before checking with the referee that he missed heard the call. The After The Invasion star pulls Mysterio by the mask so he reaches his feet not long after he connects with a toe kick to the gut. Rey crouches forward in reaction to the kick as Kidman quickly hooks both arms before contemplating what to do next. He makes his mind up quickly as he doesn’t apply the standing head scissors. Instead he lets the head of his opponent rest under his right arm before launching him into the causing him to flip violently forward with the force. Mysterio is sent crashing into the mat with his arms hooked they are unable to cushion his fall as he takes the full brunt of the pain to his shoulders and back. The Double Underhook Suplex does considerable damage to the kidneys of Rey as he arches his back the best he can. He tries desperately to limit the contact with the mat but this quickly goes to pot as his opponent stalks him from behind. Mysterio is pulled to a vertical base and immediately hit with an uppercut followed by an Irish whip into the turnbuckle. The force that Mysterio runs into the buckle is extreme and does even more damage to the already beaten back. Rey stands in agony before his opponent charges towards him and connects with a running knee to the rib cage. The Luchador gasps for breath before is pushed to the top turnbuckle, him finding breath is his only worry for the time being. This of course helps Kidman as he follows him to the top rope although he stables himself on the second. Kidman connects with a slap to the face adding insult to injury before he hooks the head in a face lock before draping the arm of Mysterio over his shoulders. The superplex looks imminent as the fans stand and take watch. Mysterio reacts well as he begins to throw fists to the chest and ribs of Kidman causing a disruption in the move. The fans cheer the well liked Mysterio on as he beats his way to freedom. Kidman finally frees the head and arm as he leaves the face lock to rest but he remains on the second rope. Mysterio looks for another right hook but it’s too late as Kidman springs into the air off the second rope and connects with a dropkick to the head of his masked opponent. The sight is quite amazing as Mysterio takes the full impact of the blow to his head. The force of the kick has Rey falling slowly to the apron before slumping to the outside mat in an unconscious daze. Kidman finds it hard to stand as his landing wasn’t up to par. He knows he has the advantage but he needs to make sure he doesn’t get complacent. The fans watch as Mysterio rolls on the outside mat holding his head and groaning in pain. The referee begins the count as Kidman looks set to let him keep going all the way to 20. The fans urge Mysterio to rise and reach the ring as the official reaches the count of 7. Finally when the referee makes it to 14 Rey rises and rolls back into the ring still baring his head and wondering what the rest of the match has in store for him. Kidman takes his stance as soon as his opponent makes in to the ring and connects with some savage stomps to the back of the head before he pulls him to a vertical base. Kidman connects with a forearm to the face followed by another stiff shot before he pulls off a toe kick to the gut sending Rey bending forward in reaction. Billy grasps the head tightly in a face lock before draping the arm over his shoulders in a suplex attempt. Mysterio is helpless as he waits for his opponent to pick him up. Kidman does after one breath and raises his opponent high up in the air keeping him air borne for over five seconds before he looks to fall backwards in reply. This doesn’t come to materialise as Rey falls backwards on his own accord landing well on this feet and grasping his opponent’s head before landing hard on his rear completing the neck breaker. The back of Kidman’s neck impales itself over the shoulder of Mysterio as he slumps to the floor in a sea of rage. He stomps his feet on the canvass to distract himself from the shooting pains making there way in his neck but the stomps just waste his energy. Mysterio slowly rises in unison with Kidman but it’s the Luchador who strikes first with a toe kick to the gut followed by an Irish whip into the ropes. Kidman goes charging towards them but once he falls back he clutches the top rope with all his might stopping him from rebounding off. Mysterio loses control and runs towards his opponent with pace, Kidman looks to react but doesn’t have the time to act as Mysterio runs forward and connect with a front dropkick to the chest sending Kidman toppling over the top rope and crashing onto the outside mat once again. Mysterio stands in the ring as the referee begins the count, Rey looks to let him go on until he looks towards the crowd and smiles. At this the vast majority of the people rise to there feet to catch a better view as Mysterio climbs the turnbuckle. As his opponent slowly rises to a vertical base. The fans watch with intent as Mysterio turns towards the outside of the ring looking at Kidman whilst stabling himself on the narrow ledge known as the turnbuckle. Billy stands in ore as his opponent flings himself into the air before flipping in mid way creating a 180 degree turn and crashing to into the shoulders of Kidman. The Senton Plancha has the fans on there feet screaming with pride as Mysterio gradually makes it to a vertical base. The referee has already begun the count as he makes it to eight before Mysterio rises to full stretch and pulls his opponent with him. Rey pushes Kidman into the ring with Mysterio soon following immediately making the pin once he made it into the squared circle. The fans watch with wide eyes as the referee makes the count



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Once again Kidman somehow finds the strength to kick out as the arena watch in stunned blur. Mysterio watches on at his opponent as they both gradually rise to there feet, the task even more brutal than before. Mysterio suddenly comes to life once straight and flings himself into the air looking for the hurricarana. Rey’s outstretched legs land on the shoulders of Kidman but he doesn’t flip him forward as he had planned. Instead Billy takes control of his opponents legs and pushes up on his back to create a powerbomb position. The fans watch on as they expect the powerbomb to be completed. This isn’t the case once again as Kidman pushes up on the legs to create more leverage Mysterio shuffles out of his grasp and looks to fall until clutching the head of his opponent tightly in a face lock before sending him head first into the mart. The DDT is completed after the quick reversal of the hurricarana into the powerbomb into a DDT. Kidman falls like a lawn dart until he slumps to his stomach feeling the pain of the DDT straight away. Mysterio takes his time to rise as he adjusts his mask before using the ropes as an aid to reach his feet. Kidman is still on the floor but begins to move as his opponent stalks him from behind. Mysterio signals to the crowd for the West Coast Pop by twirling his fore finger in the air. The fans respond with cheers as Kidman gradually makes it to his feet looking unaware of the situation he’s involved in. Mysterio waits patiently waiting for the right time to pounce, the tension in the air can be cut with a knife as Kidman slowly turns to his opponent. Mysterio strikes when the time is right pouncing into the air like a cat attacking a mice but this time the victim comes out un scathed as Kidman sharply moves out of the way. Mysterio lands on his back with force as he slowly rolls to his feet in sheer pain. The fans watch as they knew the match was so close to ending whilst Kidman sums up what he has left. Mysterio rises and is immediately hit with a right hand followed by a toe kick. Mysterio crouched forward holding his gut before his head is taken in a stride and hit with the K Factor. The sit out face buster is completed by Kidman to perfection as the face of Mysterio meets the canvass with force. The Luchador holds his nose in agony whilst turning to his back breathing heavily. All the while his opponent walks to the apron before climbing the turnbuckle. The fans watch with intent as they know what’s in store for Rey, and they don’t know how to react. Kidman stables himself on the top rope before rising high back straight and summing up his options. He quickly chooses and without a moment’s thought he throws himself into the air completing the Shooting Start Press in mid air before landing straight on the chest of Mysterio. The fans rise to there feet in cheers for the well executed move as Mysterio gasps for breath. Kidman rolls to his back holding his stomach as he landed in a hard way for the finish. He rolls back and forth before finally sucking it up and making the cover. The thousands of fans in attendance watch with intent as London slowly hooks the leg and lets his body rest on the chest of Mysterio. Rey got some time to rest after the Seven Year Itch but will that be enough from the Lucha Libre? The referee slides to the floor to catch the best view of the shoulders before making the first count.



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The arena erupt into cheers as Mysterio’s shoulders rise off the canvass with the kick out somehow happening. Billy Kidman looks up in the air before rolling to his back and grasping his stomach once again. He knows he was close to getting the all important three count, he thought he had it sealed! Mysterio looks in a horrible condition but the thought of kicking out of the Seven Year Itch (SSP) makes him stronger and his will to survive makes him believe he can go on to win this. Kidman slowly makes it to his feet using the ropes as an aid. Mysterio is still on the floor but his opponent pulls him slowly by the head. Suddenly Mysterio grasps the head of Kidman and turns him to his shoulders making sure to wrap his legs around his so the Small Package is completed. The arena rise to there feet in shock as Kidman’s shoulders stick to the canvass. The referee quickly makes it to the floor and makes the first count as the fans watch with wide eyes screams from the majority still going strong


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Kidman somehow forces out of the small package by pushing hard of his shoulders and pushing out on his legs. The arena don’t die down as Mysterio and Kidman roll to there feet. Kidman went from winning the match with the deadly finishing move to nearly losing it with the tricky Small Package. His soul fills with rage when he thinks about it and runs towards his opponent with pace as he knows he has the upper hand. Mysterio reacts fast and reacts superbly well as he pounces into the air and lets his legs land on the shoulders of his opponent. Kidman’s run up creates more force into the Hurricarana or West Coast Pop to some. The pace in which he ran also prevents him from reversing the move causing his shoulders to be quickly pinned to the floor after he span violently to his shoulders. Mysterio clutches onto both legs and puts pressure on the shoulders by resting on them with his legs. The fans remain on there feet still in ecstasy at the fast pace match so close to the finish??? The official drops to the mat and sees the shoulders as he makes the count once again this time after the finishing move of Mysterio………. The West Coast Pop!



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Mysterio shoots forward after releasing the legs as the momentum of the push pushes him to his feet. His mask can’t hide his enthusiasm as his hand is raised as the winner whilst Kidman rolls to out of the ring holding his head and looking extremely discouraged. The fans cheer for the underdog Mysterio as he climbs to the second rope and points towards the sky before dropping back down and soaking up the emotion from the loving crowd.





Winner – Rey Mysterio – Via Pinfall










Matt Hardy vs. Christopher Daniels





Matt Hardy:
Height: 6ft 1in
Weight: 234lb
Trained by: Dory Funk jr
Debut: 1992
Company: Forever Delayed Does WWE




Christopher Daniels:
Height: 6ft 0in
Weight: 210lb
Trained by: Sam DeCero, Mike Anthony, Kevin Quinn
Debut: 1993
Company: WWE The Second Shot





MATCH






Both men look eagerly ready for this match with Daniels in black tights and black boots, and Hardy in cargo pants and a black t-shirt stating he will not die. The fans are still pumped up from the following matches as Matt Hardy and Daniels are checked for any illegal object concealed in there attire. It’s safe and without a moment’s hesitation the match begins. Both men look cautious as they circle the ring making sure not to enter anything too quickly. They look focused on one another as they shake there hands and get ready for the tie up. Both men look to have an even advantage in the hook up before Hardy quickly grasps the head of his opponent and locks it in a sleeper. Daniels slaps the arm and pushes Mat into the ropes setting him up for a shoulder block to knock him to the floor. Hardy immediately rises as he retreats back to hi corner. Daniels knows he did well but the stale mate continues as they hook up yet again. This time it’s the former Curry Man who locks in the sleeper this time with much more force and making sure not to let his arm slack. This causes as problem for Matt as his head slowly loses blood and begins to make him light headed. So early on in the match he knows this isn’t the best start as his opponent keeps refreshing the arms by tightening the grip around the head. Hardy needs to react fast as he does as he slowly grasps the waist of Christopher and takes control of the nearest leg before looking for the back drop suplex. He pushes hard and Daniels feet leave the floor as he lets his grip loosen immensely around the head of Hardy. Matt looks only to fall back to complete the move but Daniel’s reacts well and pushes off the shoulders letting him land behind his opponent well on his feet. Hardy turns in confusion which isn’t helped when the Fallen Angel springs into the air and completes a standing dropkick to the face sending Matt through the middle ropes and crashing to the outside mat. Hardy gets to his feet in a sea of rage knowing his perfect start is going to plan. His opponent watches on in the ring letting the referee count his way up to 20. He doesn’t get close as Hardy rolls back into the squared circle on the count of 5 immediately being attacked with a barrage of stomps to the head and back. The official finally gets involved and breaks up the savage attack. This gives Hardy the time to rise as he holds the back of his head in pain. Daniels is merciless as he runs towards his opponent and connects with a knee to the gut followed by brisk forearms to the back. Hardy goes on the defensive as he holds his arms up over his head as he is trapped in the corner of the ring. The referee gets involved again and parts The Fallen Angel form his opponent, Daniels slowly parts but immediately completes a chop to the chest of Matt causing a sickening sound to revert around the Dome. Hardy stumbles forward clutching to his chest before his opponent throws him into the ropes with might. The Irish whip sets more momentum up for another dropkick this time to the chest as The Fallen Angel acts mercilessly towards his already beaten opponent. The fans watch on at this barbaric contest as Daniels pulls his opponent to a vertical base quickly connecting with a fore arm to the face. Hardy fights back however with a right of his own followed by a left then another right. The fans get behind him as they shout him on before he Irish whip his opponent into the opposing ropes. Daniels comes back with pace straight into a heel kick from Hardy who lands well on his side setting him up to rise quickly. The heel of Matt connected well with the chin of Daniels causing him to rub the hard sensation away before rising. Hardy is filled with adrenalin as he connects with a right hook followed by a toe kick to the gut. The Second Shot star’s head is trapped in a standing head scissors by Hardy who quickly grasps the waist and pulls hard to his opponent who is now in a powerbomb position. Daniels reacts well and pushes off the shoulders falling forward but placing his legs under the arms of his opponent who is standing confused. The flip forward and placed legs cause Hardy to fall to his back as the Victory Roll is completed. The fans in attendance rise to there feet as the feet of the Fallen Angel place themselves over the shoulders of Hardy whilst he holds legs up high. The first pin is made as the referee gets ready to make the count



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Hardy connects with a heel to the head of his opponent before rolling backwards to his feet. Daniels still sits on his rear unable to rise in time as Matt flips forward grasping the head mid way and completing a neck breaker. Christopher’s head snaps back with force as he shoots immediately back up grasping his neck with a whiplash effect completed. He soon rises but with the thudding pain still making itself clear. Hardy is already vertical and shows this by connecting with a toe kick to the gut followed by a spinning neck breaker. Hardy lands well as he falls to his rear creating another whip lash effect on the neck of his opponent who takes the full brunt of the pain on his neck. The former Curry Man rolls back and forth cradling his shoulders and neck before rolling back to his feet. Hardy is filled with momentum as the fans watch with glee whilst he connects with a right hand to the face followed by a left this time knocking Daniels backwards and stumbling towards the ropes. Hardy runs towards him with pace as he looks for a lariat. Daniels reacts well and drops to the floor whilst grasping the top rope, hence Hardy falls over with the pace at which he runs causing him to crash with the apron before falling to the outside mat. The damage is minimal but takes affect. The main purpose is to give Daniels time which it does as he rises to his feet and jumps over the top rope landing on the apron. He does this in one smooth motion as he immediately hops to the second rope creating height as he lands on the top rope with both legs flat this causes a sling shot force as The Fallen Angel completes a moonsault in mid air before landing on the back of Hardy who is crouching down in retaliation. The knees of Daniels crack with the back and kidneys of Matt as he falls directly to the floor in a whole hump of pain. The fans rise to there feet as the Arabian Press is completed or Split Legged Moonsault Plancha to some. The fans shake there head in disbelief at how well the move was completed until Daniels rises to cheers. Hardy remains on the floor before he is pulled by the hair to a vertical base before being pushed under the bottom rope. Matt Slowly rises to his feet as Daniels climbs to the apron waiting for his opponent to get into position. He does and Christopher reacts by hopping to the second rope once again this time landing on both feet to the top rope and spring boarding into the air gaining great height as Matt stands in shock. The Fallen Angel connects with the springboard inzigure kick to the back of Hardy’s head as the ex Hardy Boy falls to the canvass. The Tokyo Dome stamp there feet in enjoyment as Daniels pushes Matt to his back. He quickly hooks the left leg and puts pressure on the torso as the referee makes the count.



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Matt Hardy somehow manages to raise his right shoulder off the canvas to the amazement of most stopping the count at two. Daniels looks at the referee and raises three fingers in hope that he didn’t just see what he thought. The referee sticks to the two count causing Daniels to pull Matt Hardy to a vertical base immediately connecting with a right hand to the jaw. A toe kick to the gut is completed as Daniels locks the head of his opponent in a standing head scissors before pulling hard on the waist to force him up to his shoulders. Hardy can’t fight back as Daniels immediately slams him to the canvass with a huge amount of force completing the powerbomb immediately creating the prawn hold soon after. The shoulders of Hardy took the most out of the bomb which isn’t helped when the prawn hold pin is made strong by your opponent. The referee drops to the floor once again to make the count


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This time it’s Matt Hardy to kick out as he pushes out with his legs forcing his opponent to fall backwards. The Fallen Angel quickly rises along with his opponent as Daniels looks for the right hand to the face. Hardy ducks the blow and places his arm across the chest meeting his over hand which falls over the back and catching over the far shoulder. The tightness of the move is great as Hardy jumps forward slamming his opponent into the canvass with force. The Side Effect is completed to the fans applause as Daniels groans in pain. This saves Hardy some time as he rolls to his feet and looks over his fallen opponent who lies on his back. Hardy immediately runs towards the turnbuckle and climbs to the second rope before turning to the ring. He shouts to the crowd before jumping into the air with his legs in a sit out position before meeting the throat of Daniels with force. The Downfall or second rope leg drop is completed to perfection as Daniels grasps for breath. The right leg of Hardy nearly crushes the wind pipe of his opponent which gives him the perfect advantage to make the cover. Matt quickly hooks both legs and lets the weight fall over to his back as the cover is made. The fans watch the shoulders of Daniels with intent as the referee makes the count



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The fans stand there in ore as the Second Shot start only just raises his shoulder in time. Hardy stands there in shock his mouth wide open whilst he grips his hair with might. Daniels still doesn’t move but is forced too as he is pulled to a vertical base by Matt who quickly connects with a right hand to the face. Hardy then grasps the head with all his might and signals for the bulldog before running with pace to the other side of the ring. His arm remains tight around the head of the ex Curry Man but this doesn’t stop Daniels from trying to reverse the move. The Fallen Angel grasps the waist quickly even though he is running and showing great balance and awareness he pushes his opponent into the air in a modified back drop position. The pace in which Hardy ran with the Bulldog costs him as he is thrown over the top ropes and onto the outside mat. Matt meets the mat with a harsh thud as he has nothing or no one to break his fall. The fans pay there attention to Daniels however as he begins to slowly climb the turnbuckle from the apron. His condition is pretty low and this is shown as he gradually makes it to the top of the ropes. Hardy slowly makes it to his feet in this time and becomes aware of his opponent position. Daniels looks to regain composure on the narrow ledge he has to stand but his left leg slip on under causing him to lose his balance. He doesn’t fall but it costs him time as his opponent climbs onto the apron and sweeps his other leg causing him to drop down hard on his groin. Hardy climbs the turnbuckle all the way to the top as his opponent sits on the turnbuckle gasping for breath in the direction of the ring. Matt suddenly puts both his legs over the shoulders of Daniels as they both face the same way. The fans watch in confusion but there question are quickly answered as Matt turns sharply on the shoulders of his opponent and immediately flips backwards causing his opponent to flip violently forward as the switch round hurricarana is completed. The fluency of the move is perfected brilliantly Hardy manoeuvred himself around the shoulders so he was in a powerbomb position before completing the hurricarana. Daniels arches his back in pain as the fans try to die down there cheers to no avail. Matt landed well on his knees as he gradually makes it to a vertical base before making the cover. Hardy hooks the right leg and puts pressure on the shoulders before the referee makes the first count



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Daniels manages to raise his right shoulder off the canvass once again as Hardy looks at the referee in disbelief. The fans applaud both men’s efforts with stomps to the ground causing quite a rumble through the Tokyo Dome. Hardy slowly makes his way to a vertical base and pulls his opponent with him as he immediately connects with a right hand to the face. Daniels stumbles backwards but then immediately counters back with an inzigure kick to the back of the head knocking Hardy to the floor. Both men remain glued to the canvass as the referee begins the count. Hardy holds his head for dear life as the force in which The Fallen Angels boot hit him was mammoth to say the least. Daniels breaths heavily as he tries desperately to make it to his feet. The referee makes it to the count of seven before both men rise in unison. Hardy looks for the first shot with a right hand to the face but is blocked by the former Curry Man who connects with a left followed by another right. Hardy stumbles towards the turnbuckle as Daniels runs towards him with a charging right knee to the rib cage causing Matt to gasp for breath. This gives the Fallen Angel and opening as he pushes his opponent all the way to the top tope with him soon following making himself stand on the second rope. Hardy fights back however as he throws right and left to the face of his opponent knocking him off guard. Daniels begins to stumble on the ropes and with one final push by Hardy he falls hard to his back on the canvass. Matt stables himself on the top rope before sizing his opponent up. After taking in his position, Hardy jumps into the air before completing an elbow drop to the chest. Daniels gasps for breath as the elbow of his opponent nearly crushed his torso. Hardy takes a moment before finally making the cover and hooking the right leg before putting pressure o the shoulders. The fans watch with intent as the general feeling though the Dome is that this contest is nearly over. The referee drops to the floor and watches the shoulders of Daniels with intent as he makes the first count



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Once again Daniels deceives the odds as he manages to raise his right shoulder from the canvass. Hardy looks up into the air in disbelief before rolling to his back and catching up on some much needed oxygen. As the referee reaches the count of five Hardy makes it to his feet soon followed by the beaten Daniels. Matt looks for the immediate kick to the gut which is caught by the Fallen Angel who quickly pushes it to his right hand side. The force in which he pushes the leg and the fact that Matt is holding his weight on one leg causes Hardy to spin round in a full circle before meeting a stiff lariat from Daniels. The right arm of The Fallen Angel nearly takes the head of the ex Hardy Boy straight off as the full 80 degree spin didn’t help things. Both men remain on the floor but this time it’s Daniels who rises first giving him the advantage to strike. Matt soon follows suit but his quickly hit with a right hand from his opponent followed by a left, Hardy looks to fight back with a right of his own but is ducked by Daniels. The momentum of the swing has Hardy turning his back to his opponent causing him to strike. Daniels puts one arm around the waist of his opponent before forcing his head through the arm, Daniels then forces his opponent into the air before spinning and letting the momentum carry his opponent before dropping to a sit out position. The arena rise to there feet in applause as the Blue Thunder Bomb is completed to perfection. As Hardy is already in a pinning position Daniels just places his feet over both shoulders causing the referee to react. Hardy groans in pain as his back took the brunt of the blow to his back and shoulders. The referee drops to the floor immediately and makes the first count as every single fan watches the ring with intent.




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The arena gasp before stomping there feet as Hardy manages to raise his left shoulder off the canvass breaking the count on two. Daniels knows he was only a split second away from qualifying to the quarter finals as he falls to his back in disappointment. Hardy turns to his stomach as he tries to limit the contact with him back as the official begins the count. He reaches 8 before Daniels rises and 9 before Hardy does. Both men look for the first offensive move but it’s Hardy who strikes first with a toe kick to the gut followed by a face lock. He raises his right hand to one side and yells signalling the Twist Of Fate!!! Matt turns looking for the Cutter until he is pushed into the turnbuckle by Daniels who reacts well. Hardy crashes into the buckles with a thud and turns straight into another charging high knee by Daniels. The Fallen Angel uses this once again to push his opponent straight to the top rope with him following. Daniels connects with a stiff right hand as the arena watches with intent to see what the Second Shot star has planned. Slowly Daniels turns his back on his opponent as he stands on the second rope before grasping his opponent head and legs forcing him to his shoulders in a fire man carry position. Daniels shouts out to the crowd as they watch in confusion “Death Valley Driver!” The arena implode as they watch Daniels position himself on the second rope whilst holding his opponent on his shoulders. He looks to turn his body just a fraction to the right so he can land correctly but this is his downfall. As suddenly Hardy pushes up on the turnbuckle before freeing himself from the grasp of his opponent hands. He then falls backwards but not before clutching to the head of his opponent in a face lock position. Daniels can’t react as he if forced off the ropes head first into the mat. The thousands in attendance watch with intent as Matt Hardy completes a second rope DDT spiking his opponent straight into the mat. The Fallen Angels head crashes into the mat as he lands like a lawn dart; it takes him seconds before falling to his stomach where he stays motionless. The arena stomp there feet at the move as Hardy slowly pushes his opponent to his back before gradually hooking the leg and letting his body rest on the torso. The referee immediately slides to the floor and makes the count



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The many attendance rise to there feet screaming in applause as the third count is made. Hardy finds it hard to stand but does as his hand his raised as the winner. Daniels is seen to by medical staff as they force ice packs to the neck of the Fallen Angel who remains motionless. Hardy signals to the fans before walking to the back after a hard thought first match. Daniels finally makes it to his feet to the applause of the fans as he is helped by two medical staff on either side.





Winner – Matt Hardy – Via Pinfall












Psicosis vs. Paul London







Psicosis:
Height: 5ft 11in
Weight- 200lb
Trained by: Rey Mysterio Sr
Debut: 1989
Company: WIWA Reborn






Paul London:
Height: 5ft 10in
Weight: 205lb
Trained by: Shawn Michaels, Dory Funk jr, Ivan Putski
Debut: 1999
Company: WWE Attitude 06






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Psicosis and London wait for the match as the referee checks them for any concealed weapons in there attire. London rubs his wrists as he urges for the bell to ring, Psicosis just watches waiting patiently and sussing out his opponent. The bell finally rings on the official’s orders and London charges towards his opponent straight into an arm drag. London flips to his back but immediately rolls to his feet and charges once again straight into another arm drag. He flips to his back with might but his aggression and heart see him rolling to his feet once again. Psicosis waits as his opponent runs towards him with pace before jumping into the air looking for a standing dropkick. Castellanos (Psicosis) quickly dodges out of the way as Paul crashes to the mat. Psicosis quickly grasps the arm as London is down on his stomach and turns quickly before flipping forward and turning his opponent to his shoulders. The La Magistral is completed and the arena explode as they jump to there feet. The right arm of London acts as a lever as the tight cradle is completed. The referee drops to the floor not expecting the sudden pin and makes the first count nonetheless



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London manages to power out as both contestants rise to there feet. It’s Psicosis who runs towards his opponent at this point as London reacts the same way Psicosis did with another arm drag. Psicosis rolls to his feet looking annoyed with himself before turning straight into a standing dropkick from London. The two feet of the young competitor crash with the chest of the Lucha Libre as he falls to the mat. London nips up to his feet as his opponent rolls both men looking for the offensive move. Paul tries for the right hand which is blocked by Psicosis who returns a left to the face followed by a stiff right. Psicosis then Irish whips his opponent into the ropes seeing London run off with pace. Psicosis isn’t ready and wants more time so lies flat on his stomach so to see London jump over him and straight into the opposing ropes. Psicosis rises and sees his opponent running towards him with pace, he react well and throws himself into the air completing a spinning heel kick to the face of London. Paul crashes to the mat with force as he holds his nose for dear life, the pain is felt immediately as he jerks his head up and down trying to reverse the pain somehow. The fans applaud Psicosis as he rises with the Luchador quickly grasping his opponent by the hair and pulling him to a vertical base. Psicosis connects with a forearm to the face followed by a toe kick to the gut; London is soon trapped in a standing head scissors as his waist is grasped with might. Paul is soon on the shoulders of his opponent in a powerbomb position but it’s London who reacts first as he turn to his right and completes a hurricarana over the top rope. Psicosis lands hard on his back meeting the apron with force before finishing up on the outside mat. London’s landing is much more graceful as he lands on his knees on the apron quickly grasping the ropes so as not to fall. Psicosis slowly rises to his feet not sure of what went on giving his opponent the advantage. He turns as Paul pounces like a cat landing on the shoulders of his opponent before falling back causing his opponent to flip violently forward onto the outside mat. Another hurricarana is completed as the fans go crazy. Psicosis stays on his back before he is pulled to a vertical base by his opponent and pushed back into the ring. London climbs to the apron and takes hold of the top rope before hopping to the second and spring boarding high into the air before landing straight on the gut of his opponent. The Mushroom Stomp is completed but from the apron to the surprise of the fans. Castellanos gasps for breath as he clutches his stomach for dear life. London quickly makes the cover as he hooks the leg and forces down the shoulders.



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London manages to push out of the pin which is easier as his leg is not hooked. Psicosis nods his head in anger before rising to his feet and pulling his opponent with him. London reacts well and as soon as he reaches his feet he fights free from Castellanos’s grasp and jumps into the air completing an inzigure kick to the back of the head. Psicosis stumbles back and forth but remain on his feet. Paul rises in shock but reacts well by turning his opponent and locking in a double armed chicken wing before turning his opponent in mid swing and landing him in a face plant position. The arena watch with wide eyes as the Waffle Face is completed!!! London doesn’t waste anymore time as he makes yet another pin this time he hooks the right leg not taking the advice of his opponent who left the legs free. The referee drops to the floor as he makes the first count



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Psicosis somehow manages to raise his right shoulder off the ground to stop the count at two. London raises three fingers to the referee wondering if he heard the count wrong, he is sadly mistaken. Paul immediately rises to his feet and watches his opponent do too. It’s London who makes the first move as he connects with a toe kick to the gut before picking Psicosis up in a fall away slam position. London looks to turn him but can’t as his opponent springs into action pushing out of his opponent grasp and landing behind him on his feet. Psicosis quickly grasps the waist of his opponent who stands stunned and forces him into the air completing a German Suplex release. The shoulders of Paul take the brunt of the pain as the move is pulled off well. Both men remain on the floor until the referee reaches the count of 4 at this point both men rise in unison looking tired but willing to go on. London makes the first move by spring into the air and completing the Dropsault!!! Psicosis remains on the floor as London sized him up making a quick decision and completing the London Star Press. The move is pulled off well with the Standing Shooting Star Press causing the fans to stomp there feet in applause. London pulls Psicosis to his feet before connecting with a right hand; Psicosis tries to fight back with right of his own which is ducked by London. The force in which he swung his arm causes Psicosis to turn his back on London. Paul quickly locks Psicosis in a full nelson before forcing backwards and completing the Dragon Suplex!!!! The arena rise to there feet as Psicosis’s shoulders are pinned to the floor as London manages to make the bridge. Castellanos’s head and shoulders have taken the full brunt of the pain as the suplex is completed and the referee quickly drops to the floor to make the count.



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Psicosis manages to push out of the bridge as the Tokyo Dome rumbles with stomps of the feet. London looks up in disappointment as he thought he had the win. Psicosis remains on the floor breathing heavily and looking in serious trouble. London slowly makes it to his feet and immediately walks towards the ropes climbing to the top rope of the turnbuckle. The fans eyes stay glued to London as he stables himself on the top ropes sizing his opponent up all the while. Psicosis remain on the floor at a good distance for London as he gets ready to jump. London springs into the air gaining great height before pulling off the deadly Shooting Star Press in mid air. He falls………………………….Straight onto the canvass!




Psicosis managed to roll out of the way causing London to crash straight into the mat face first. The force in which he fell was great buying Psicosis some time. He uses it well and manages to rise in unison with his bruised opponent. Psicosis is the first to strike as he connects with a toe kick to the gut followed by a standing head scissors. It’s not long before Psicosis forces his opponent to his shoulders before pulling of the powerbomb. Castellanos drops to his knees on the bomb to create more force in the move, which it does as London’s shoulders and back take the most out of the move. Psicosis doesn’t make the cover instead he walks to the apron before climbing the turnbuckle all the way to the top ropes. He stables himself on the narrow ledge in which he must stand before turning quickly on one smooth motion and executing a back flip before spinning 180 degrees and landing back first straight onto the still immobile London.



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London shows his heart and his will to survive as he somehow manages to raise his left shoulder off the canvass to many stomps from the excited crowd. The fans watch as Psicosis slowly rises to his feet and pulls London with him quickly connecting with a toe kick to the gut. London bends forward gasping for breath as Psicosis locks his head in a face lock followed by him draping the arm over his shoulders. Castellanos forces London into the air in a vertical suplex position before dropping him down face first into the ropes. The Gordbuster is completed as London is stranded on the ropes before falling out of the ring and onto the outside mat. Psicosis measures his opponent up and he slowly rises to his feet breathing heavily. Psicosis reacts well and grasps onto the top rope before hopping to the second gaining height and twisting in mid air before crashing with his opponent. Both men land on the outside mat on there back after the twisting plancha is completed. Both men look tired and in need of a rest but they keep fighting for the prestigious Super J Cup. Psicosis is the first to rise on the referee’s count of 11. He pulls his opponent up and pushes him into the ring with Psicosis climbing to the apron. London remains on his back as Psicosis grasps the top rope before flipping forward and crashing into his fallen opponent back first. The Halo is completed to perfection as Psicosis immediately makes the lateral press before hooking the left leg of his opponent and putting pressure on the shoulders. The fans wait and watch too see the outcome as the official makes the first count



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London has the arena stomping there feet in unison as he somehow manages to raise his right shoulder off the canvass to the amazement of the crowd and Psicosis alike. Castellanos rises to his feet after moments of contemplation pulling his opponent with him and connecting with a scoop slam causing London to crash back first into the canvass. Psicosis climbs once again as he gets ready to fly. London however suddenly rises to his feet and climbs the ropes to meet his opponent in a belly to back position. The fans watch with intent as London grasps the waist before completing a back drop suplex off the top ropes. Psicosis’s shoulders crash with the mat with force as the fans show there applause by rising to there feet. Both men remain on the floor breathing heavily until London rises. He’s filled with adrenalin as this is the only thing that keeps him going. The arena do there part by cheering his name as he begins to climb the turnbuckles. London stables himself on the top ropes as his opponent remains immobile on the floor. With one last breath taken London flies! The high risk performer flips forward a 180 degrees as the arena watches in awe. London connects with the ribs of Psicosis causing him to gasp immediately for breath. The pain is instant London completes the Cosmic Cyclone!!!!! It’s not long before London finally makes the cover, unable to hook the legs but just hoping his weight can do the job. The arena is silent as the count is being made




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The Tokyo Dome erupts into a sea of cheers as somehow, someway Psicosis managed to raise his left shoulder off the canvass after the deadly 450 Splash! London stands up and looks towards the referee a stunned expression implanted to his face. Paul suddenly drops to his knees in exhaustion as the referee makes the count. He reaches 9 before London makes it to a vertical base and slowly pulls his opponent with him. Psicosis pushes out of his opponents grasp and connects with a toe kick to the gut. London is surprised with the sudden blow and crouches forward in reaction before his head is taken in a face lock and his arm is draped. Psicosis sucks up the pain that consumes his body and pulls up forcing his opponent into the air in a vertical suplex. This isn’t the case however as Liger drops suddenly completing the Brainbuster!!!



The arena watches in disbelief as Psicosis slowly makes it to his feet. He doesn’t make the cover instead be begins to climb once again to the awe of the fans. Castellanos makes himself stable on the top ropes before diving into the air gaining great height before spreading his legs in a sit out position. London can’t find the strength to move as Psicosis completes the Psycho Guillotine Leg Drop!!!




The move is pulled off to perfection taking in mind Psicosis’s current state. His right leg nearly breaks the windpipe of his opponent in two as he gasps for breath. Psicosis drops to his back before making the lateral press. Like before he can’t find the strength to hook the leg but lets his body rest on the torso of his opponent the arena stomps still remain strong as the referee makes the count



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Winner – Psicosis – Via Pinfall












Abismo Negro vs. Charlie Haas






Abismo Negro:
Height: 5ft 11in
Weight: 211lb
Trained by: Diablo Velasco, Ray Mendoza Delio Soto
Debut: 1990
Company: UWEF: United Wrestling Entertainment Federation





Charlie Haas:
Height: 6ft 2in
Weight: 242lb
Trained by: Jim Kettner, John Smith, Mike Sharpe
Debut: 1996
Company: TNA Spike TV







MATCH







Both men look ready for this match as the closing opening match looks ready to begin. Negro tenses his muscles as Haas stretches by his corner. The fans look ready for the match as the referee finally signals the bell.


Both men hook up with Negro quickly grasping the arm and turning it into a hammer lock before his opponent grasps the head and falls to his knees completing the snapmare takedown. Haas flips forward to his rear as his opponent quickly springs up and completes a dropkick to the back of the head. Haas jerks up and down in pain whilst he clutches his head in pain. He finally makes it to his feet but Negro is ready for him as he connects with a toe kick to the gut followed by an Irish whip into the ropes. Haas comes off with pace and runs straight into a standing dropkick from Abismo. The two feet of the Luchador connects with the collar bone of Haas as he drops to the floor with the momentum of the whip causing more force in the already painful dropkick! Haas rolls to his feet knowing he’s losing the early battle but comes back well. Abismo runs towards him with pace straight into a drop toe hold from Haas, causing the Lucha Libre to drop to the floor with pace crashing his face with the mat.




Haas quickly pounces on his opponent and locks in a sleeper hold, by grasping the head of his opponent with force. Negro is in a precarious position as he lays flat on his stomach whilst his head is locked in arm vice! The blood slowly begins to drain away as he begins to grow light headed; as Haas makes sure the arms remain tight and don’t pick up slack. The headlock sleeper has now been kept in for over two minutes causing his opponent to slow down as he keeps him immobile on the canvass. Haas knows he’s done enough as he quickly lets the head free of his arm and springs to his feet before dropping an elbow to the back of his opponent. Negro gasps for breath as the elbow crushes his right kidney. Haas pulls his gasping opponent to a vertical base and quickly connects with a forearm to the face followed by an Irish whip of his own. Abismo runs off with quite a speed as his opponent bends forwards in hope a hip toss. Negro reacts well and jumps forward mid way before he connects with his opponent, the Luchador gains quite a length as he drops just over his opponent legs which he quickly grasps and pulls down upon. The force in which he fell gives him an advantage as his opponent has no choice but to fall to his back in a pinning predicament. His shoulders are pinned to the floor by Negro’s feet as the referee drops to the mat and makes the first count



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Haas kicks out on two by forcing his feet together and pushing off the shoulders of his opponent. He rolls to his feet as Abismo does in sequence but it’s Haas who reacts first with a standing dropkick to the chest. Abizmo drops to the ground but immediately rolls to his feet and looks for a drop kick himself. Haas reacts well and doges the incoming blow sending his opponent face first into the canvass. Haas quickly drops an elbow to the back of Abizmo before pulling him to a vertical base. Charlie connects with a forearm to the face before pulling off a straight kick to the gut. Haas immediately locks the head in a face lock before draping the arm over his shoulders in a suplex position. The fans watch as the ex tag team specialist goes at it on his own.




Haas pauses for a split second before forcing his opponent high up in the air. His muscles bulge with the weight he is carrying but he keeps his opponent up stable and gains a good composure all the while. The Japanese spectators watch in amazement as the competitor keeps Negro up for over 13 seconds before dropping back first and completing the delayed vertical suplex. Haas completes the suplex to perfection as his opponent arches his back in pain, he tries his best to limit the contact with the mat but it doesn’t stop the shooting pains from continuing. Haas doesn’t make the cover instead he begins to climb the ropes as his opponent remains on the canvass immobile. Haas makes it to the top and remains stable as he stands, before turning his back on Abismo. The fans watch with intent as the Spike TV star takes one last deep breath. The without any more hesitation he leaps backwards completing a picture perfect moonsault in mid air before crashing into the mat and not his opponent. Abismo reacted well and he rolled out of the way from his incoming opponent making sure not to be taken in by the deadly feat of athleticism.



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Haas manages to kick out to the dismay of Negro who retaliates with clenched fists to the forehead. The referee finally gets involved to stop the savage attack as Negro obeys and pulls his opponent to a vertical base. He connects with a right hand followed by a Negro picking up his opponent before dropping to one knee and completing the shoulder breaker. Haas’s right shoulder takes the shot as he stumbles to his feet soon after nursing the injury before it gets any worse. Negro is ready for him as he connects with a toe kick to the gut followed by a face lock. He doesn’t drape the arm instead he holds the other free arm beside his waist before springing into the air and spinning in the proximity before falling backwards and slamming his opponents head straight into the canvass.



The fans applause is enough as the standing tornado DDT is completed to perfection. Haas rolls to his back with the momentum of the move causing him to push forward on impact, sadly not limiting the pain that ensues. The Luchador raises to his feet but doesn’t make the cover, instead he runs towards the ropes and jumps to the second spring boarding into the air before turning mid way and completing a senton bomb. The Springboard Senton is completed to perfection as the shoulders of the masked Mexican crashes with the chest of his opponent causing him to look for air straight away. The move is complemented with a lot of impact before being topped off with a lateral press. Abizmo hooks the right leg and lets his chest rest on his opponents as the first count is soon made



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Charlie Haas shows his will as he manages to raise his left shoulder off the canvass stopping the count at two. The arena erupts into stomps at the sudden kick out as Negro looks up in frustration. Finally he makes it to his feet soon followed by his opponent who retaliated to the punishment with rights and left. Most connect knocking the Luchador off balance before Haas connects with a straight knee to the gut. Negro crouches forward in pain before his head is locked in a face buster and is arm is draped over the shoulders of Charlie. It’s not long before the snap suplex is completed to perfection with the back of Negro taking the full impact of the blow. He tries to bridge his back like he did with the delayed vertical suplex but once again it comes to no avail. Haas makes it to his feet looking pleased before his opponent rises. He reacts fast and connects with a right hand to the face followed by a left this is all before he takes the shoulders and neck in an Ura-Nagi before grasping the tights with might. His opponent is powerless as Haas falls backwards causing his opponent to flip forward and crash right into the mat with force. The exploder suplex is completed to perfection as once again the back of the Lucha Libre takes another horrible blow. The fans watch this great technical style from the young tag team specialist as he rises to his feet.




Once again he doesn’t make the cover instead he pulls his opponent to a vertical base to enact more punishment. A forearm to the face is complimented with a right hand this is the set up for a toe kick to the gut followed with Charlie grasping with both arms the back from the stomach. He grips tight before pushing backwards and completing the belly to belly overhead suplex. The move is pulled off well as his opponent stumbles to a vertical base in reaction to the manoeuvre. Haas tries for it again and succeeds as a second Belly to Belly overhead suplex is completed. Negro takes longer to rise but does; however this time it’s not a suplex that awaits him. Haas connects with a toe kick to the gut followed by a face lock. He quickly sweeps the leg of Negro and pushes backwards completing the sweep DDT to perfection. Negro’s head is forced violently into the mat as the momentum that the move carries sees him rolling to his back immediately grasping his head for dear life. Haas this time makes the cover and at a good time too as the arena watches with wide eyes. The fans make sure not to miss the count as Haas hooks the right leg and puts pressure on the torso. The official drops to the floor and searches the shoulders before making the first count



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Negro’s passion is not undoubted as he manages to kick out to the amazement of the fans and Charlie alike. Haas slowly makes it to his feet dragging his opponent with him before connecting with a huge European uppercut sending his opponent stumbling to the ropes. Haas grasps his arm and Irish whips him into the opposing ropes setting up more momentum for what he hopes will be a standing dropkick. This doesn’t come to fruition as Abismo grasps the ropes tightly stopping him from rebounding off. This sees his opponent crashing to the floor with might as Negro comes charging towards him and connecting with a spinning neck breaker as he hobbles to a vertical base. The move is pulled off brilliantly as Negro gains a huge amount of height from the push off. The neck of Haas nearly suffers from a severe case of whiplash as his head cracks with the elbow of his opponent. Abismo is filled with momentum as Haas gradually makes it to his feet. The Lucha Libre connects with a toe kick to the gut followed by a standing head scissors. He looks to grasp the waist as he pulls his opponent up vertically in a piledriver position. The Japanese fans gasp as Haas jerks his feet back and forth in hope that it will cause an upset in the move.





It does as Negro loses his balance and drops his opponent back to his feet. Haas sees the opening and uses it and he pushes up sending his opponent over his shoulders. However Negro doesn’t fall to his back as he turns in mid air and comes off rolling forward to his feet showing just how athletic his is. Haas turns around in oblivion to what has happened and walks straight into a super kick from the Luchador. The sounds of Negro’s heel cracking with the jaw is deafening as Haas drops to the floor in obvious pain. Abismo regains his composure after falling to one knee after the super kick but doesn’t make the pin. Instead he opts to climb the turnbuckle from the apron as the Tokyo Dome stare towards him with eager expressions.



Negro watches over his fallen opponent as he measures him up with sturdy eyes and feet. Haas remains immobile as his opponent springs into the air like a bird off a branch gaining phenomenal height and producing a frog splash in mid air before crashing with the ribs and torso of his opponent. Haas immediately gasps for breath as his opponent crashes into him. Negro sucks up the pain that he took from the impact and listens to the cheers from the admiring crowd. The Frog Splash is completed to perfection as Abismo makes the cover before hooking the right leg and putting pressure on the chest. The fans watch with eager faces whilst the referee makes the first count.



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The arena erupts as every single person stomps there feet in enjoyment! Haas somehow managed to raise his right shoulder off the canvass stopping the count so close to three. Negro knows he was only a split second away from going through to the quarter finals but doesn’t dwell on the idea for long. His close call only makes his want it more as he pulls his brave opponent to a vertical base and connects with swift right hand. Haas looks for a shot himself and connects but takes three more shots followed by a toe kick for his troubles. Abismo connects with a spin kick to the gut causing Haas to crumble to his knees clutching his stomach for dear life. Negro soon forces him up and immediately Irish whips him into the right hand turnbuckle. Haas’s neck snaps back with the force of connecting with buckle giving his opponent to time to complete a handspring elbow.




The elbow connects with the chest of Haas causing him to look for air. This is the plan of the Lucha Libre as he pushes Charlie to the top rope before following him. Abismo stands on the second rope as be connects with a slap to the face before rising to the top ropes. He stands tall with his mask towering over his opponent whilst he places both arms on either side of the neck to give him balance and a feel of where he has to land. His opponent looks likely to imply with the incoming Hurricarana (Frankensteiner) as Negro jumps onto his shoulders and falls backwards with force. However Haas clutches onto the top turnbuckle with might as his opponents legs push off his head and leave Abismo to fall to his stomach with might. The arena explodes by the sudden reversal as Haas stables himself on the top rope. Abismo rolls to his back as he clutches his stomach in pain giving his opponent time to turn his back on the ring. The arena await the high risk manoeuvre as Haas completes a back flip in mid air before crashing with the stomach of his immobile opponent. The Japanese fans watch and stomp there feet as the Moonsault is completed to perfection. Haas takes a moment to regain his thoughts before hooking the left leg of Negro and letting his weight rest on the chest. The referee drops to the mat and makes the first count



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Haas looks into the air in disbelief as the left shoulder of Negro raises from the floor to stop the count on two. Charlie grips his face in frustration before slowly rising to his feet and pulling his opponent with him. The thousands in the Tokyo Dome watch on the edge of there seats as Haas pulls his opponent to a vertical base before connecting with a scoop slam. Abismo’s back crashes with the canvass which gives his opponent some time to climb. Haas makes it to the top rope once again as he turns his back on the squared circle. He forgets about the Haas Of Pain, instead he tries for a second moonsault in quick succession. Negro remains immobile before his opponent launches backwards into the air completing a picture perfect moonsault yet again. He soars through the air before crashing…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………. With the canvass!




Negro quickly moves out of the way for a second time in the match saving himself from what could have been his demise. Haas’s chest meets the ground with force as he immediately pushes up on his arms trying desperately to relieve the shooting agony that consumes his front. Negro immediately rises as he sees the opening. He grasps the right hand…………………………………………………………..Turn fluently before flipping forward………………………………………….The right arm acts as a lever……………………………………………….As the La Magistral is completed.




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Abizmo lets his opponent free as he springs into the air adrenalin pumping through his body like nothing ever before. The first round is over and it’s Abismo Negro who is the last to enter the quarter finals.

Haas rolls out of the ring in disappointment shaking his head as medical staff see to him. The most deadliest cradle in professional wrestler has cost him the Super J Cup!


Negro rises to the second rope and acknowledges the thousands in attendance as they applaud his efforts in the match.







Winner- Abismo Negro – Via Pinfall















First Round Results –






Kid Kash (jblisjustabigloser) vs. Jushin Liger (Jushin Liger)
Winner – Kid Kash
Match Finish- Liger Bomb reversed into a Hurricarana!






Funaki (Arjun) vs. Jamie Noble (King Of Pain V1)
Winner – Jamie Noble
Match Finish- Tiger Driver!






Billy Kidman (King Kurt) vs. Rey Mysterio (EBboy)
Winner – Rey Mysterio
Match Finish- West Coast Pop






Matt Hardy (Forever Delayed) vs. Christopher Daniels (TheLastJoeCool)
Winner – Matt Hardy
Match Finish- Second Rope Spike DDT







Psicosis (Renegade) vs. Paul London (*F-94*)
Winner – Psicosis
Match Finish- Psycho Guillotine Leg Drop







Abismo Negro (Rated R Superstar) vs. Charlie Haas (ChainGangRed)
Winner- Abismo Negro
Match Finish- La Magistral






Quarter Final Matches-






Kid Kash (jblisjustabigloser) vs. Tajiri (Arjun)






Jamie Noble (KOPV1) vs. Rey Mysterio (EBboy)






Matt Hardy (Forever Delayed) vs. Psicosis (Renegade)






Abizmo Negro (Rated R Superstar) vs. Ultimo Dragon (Jushin Liger)










Quarter Final-










Kid Kash vs. Tajiri






Tajiri:
Weight: 209lb
Height: 5ft 9in
Trained by: Kendo Nagasaki, Bill DeMott, Ricky Santana
Debut: 1994
Company: WWE: Survivor Series





Kid Kash
Height: 5ft 9in
Weight: 202lb
Trained by: Ricky Morton
Debut: 1990
Company: WWE The Dawn Of A New Era










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Tajiri is the fresher of the two competing for the WWE Survivor Series company after the first competitor (Funaki) was eliminated in the first round. Kid Kash has luckily has had quite some time to rest from his first match of the evening but still isn’t in as good as shape his Japanese opponent. Both men look focused however as the bell finally rings. Both men circle the ring keeping there eyes locked before locking there arms. Kash quickly breaks out making sure to get the best start to the quarter final round. Tajiri shakes his wrists before both men hook up for a second time. This time however it’s The Japanese Buzzsaw backing out of the challenge and immediately connecting with a stiff kick to the thigh. He leaves it there as he back away cautiously, his opponent hops on one leg for a moment before looking at Tajiri in a sea of rage. Both men once again begin to circle the ring before for a third time hooking up this time it’s a hammer lock that breaks it up as Kash holds Tajiri’s arm tightly behind his back. Tajiri reacts beautifully by running towards the turnbuckle and climbing the ropes in one smooth motion before flipping backwards off the top ropes.




The show of excellent athleticism causes Kash to release the hammer lock mid way. The arena erupt into stomps at the excellent reversal as Tajiri lands on his feet behind his opponent who is trapped by the turnbuckle. The Japanese Buzzsaw reacts well and springs off his feet connecting with a dropkick to the back. Both of Tajiri’s feet crash with might into the back forcing Kash to run straight into the turnbuckle with force. Kid turns in pain as his opponent blocks him and connects with a right hand followed by him pushing his opponent to the top ropes. Tajiri follows and stables himself on the second rope before connecting with a slap to the face. Kash looks in trouble but fights back with a vengeance with lefts and right to the face of Tajiri finally knocking him to his feet off the second turnbuckle. Tajiri stumbles backwards and holds his face for signs of blood whilst his opponent stables himself of the top rope.




The Japanese Buzzsaw is not aware of his opponent position and turns straight into a Missile Dropkick from the ex TNA star. The two feet of Kash crash with the collar bone of Tajiri this time knocking him to the floor in a heap. The arena rise to there feet in applause as Kid makes it to his feet. Tajiri stumbles to a vertical base soon after but his opponent uses his fragile state to connects with a toe kick to the gut followed by a face lock. He soon drapes the arm over his shoulders before pulling off a snap suplex to perfection. Tajiri’s back meets the ground with force as Kid Kash completes the move with a lot of pace hence creating more force in the already painful manoeuvre. Tajiri arches his back before both his legs are taken by his opponent as he looks for the K.O.D or Kash on delivery. The elevated Boston crab is hard to complete as Tajiri is adamant to stay on his back.




Kash doesn’t give up however as he tries desperately to turn his Japanese opponent. The Japanese Buzzsaw remains strong and with his battle growing to a fear he pushes up on his arms before grasping his opponent head of hair. With this he takes one hard shot to the temple before connecting with another tough blow. The shots are filled with power as the Dawn of a new Era star begins to lose his grip on the legs, with one final shot to the head Kash goes stumbling backwards giving his opponent time to rise to his feet. Kid looks up and sees his opponent up vertical and walks towards him in rage. Tajiri uses this to his advantage and completes an inzigure kick to the back of the head. Tajiri uses the knee as a foot hold as he gain more height and power with the kick. The sounds of The Japanese Buzzsaw’s boot cracking with Kash’s skull causing a sickening thud as the former WWE Cruiserweight Champion goes falling to the floor. The move is pulled off to perfection as Kash remain immobile on the floor breathing heavily, his only movement coming from when he nurses his head. Tajiri rolls him over quickly and immediately hooks both legs letting his back rest on the chest. The referee drops to the floor and makes the first count of the match as the fans watch with intent.



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Kid Kash manages to kick out of the pin causing anger to sprout through the heart of Tajiri. He bottles it up and rises to his feet letting his opponent join him soon after. Kid stands straight and is immediately pummelled with kicks to all regions of the body. Thighs, ribs, arms, legs, heels, kidneys and back are all hit by the multiple kicks of Tajiri each one filled with a huge amount of power yet beautifully controlled. Kash can only stand and take the brutal punishment as the arena watches with wide smiles. Tajiri kicks from right to left and finally comes to an abrupt end with a huge round house kick to the side of the head. The sounds is sickening once again as the boot of Tajiri meets the head of his opponent. Kash drops to his knees before falling flat on the floor. The pain consuming his entire body from the head down as Tajiri watches on with a smile on his face. The Japanese Buzzsaw rolls his opponent to his back and makes yet another cover as the referee begins the second count of the match




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Kash shows his heart and his will to keep going on in this cup as he somehow manages to raise his left shoulder off the canvas. Tajiri immediately rises and pulls his opponent with him connects with a swift right hand as soon as they reach there feet. The right is followed by another but this is blocked by Kash who immediately drops to his knees and connects with a straight head but to the gut. The move is interesting to watch but does its damage nonetheless as Tajiri bends forward in pain. Kash rises quickly and locks the head of his opponent in a standing head scissors before grasping the waist with a tight clutch. With one surge of energy he forces his opponent to his shoulders before slamming him to the ground. Kash drops to his knees to add more force into the move. The pain is felt immediately by Tajiri as his shoulders and back take the brunt of the pain. Even the back of his head takes a bump as he quickly grasps it in agony as soon as he touches the canvass. Kash wipes the sweat away from his forehead but doesn’t make the cover instead he sizes his opponent up whilst on the canvass.




With a quick decision taken Kash runs towards the ropes and hops to the second rope pushing down before propelling upwards. He pulls off a beautiful moonsault in the air before crashing with the knees of Tajiri. The Japanese Buzzsaw not only protected himself form the incoming Springboard Moonsault but caused a huge amount of pain to his opponent. Kash rolls to his back clutching his gut for dear life as his high risk manoeuvre doesn’t pay off. Tajiri takes his time rising to his feet but finally makes it in unison with his struggling opponent. Tajiri is the first to strike with a toe kick to the gut followed another sickening kick to the thigh. Kash groans in pain before his head is locked in a face lock and his arm is draped over his opponent’s shoulders and neck. Tajiri grasps the tights with might before pulling his opponent high up into the air before dropping to his back. The vertical suplex is pulled off well as the back of Kid crashes with the mat causing his to arch his back in reaction.


Tajiri looks at his position in the ring as his opponent remain immobile on the floor. Without a second thought The Japanese Buzzsaw takes a page from his opponents book and runs towards the ropes jumping to the second and spring boarding backwards. Tajiri completes the Springboard Moonsault to perfection but this time he connects with the ribs of his opponent and not the knees. Kash who felt this fate feels to same pain as before as he gasps for breath as soon as his opponent crashes upon him. The arena stomp there feet in applause as Tajiri hooks the right leg as soon as completing the moonsault and letting his body rest on the chest of his opponent. The referee quickly drops to the floor and makes the count




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Kash manages to kick out to the fans applause as his opponent gradually raises to his feet the anguish still on his face. He grasps his opponent from under the chin and pulls him to his feet before connecting with a right forearm to the face causing his opponent to stumble backwards. Kash quickly regains his composure and hits back with a right of his own followed by a quick left jab to the face. This knocks Tajiri off guard and before he can reacts his opponent springs off his feet gaining a huge amount of height before spreading his legs in a sit out position as they land on the shoulders of Tajiri. He quickly clenches his thighs and falls backwards causing his opponent to flip forward with a huge amount of momentum, causing more force as his back crashing into the canvass. The hurricarana is competed but the pin isn’t made, however Tajiri stumbles to his feet straight into a toe kick from Kash who immediately locks in a standing head scissors.



The arena watches with intent as Kash grasps the waist and forces his opponent onto his shoulders in a powerbomb position. This isn’t all it seems as Kash pushed up on the legs causing his opponent to flip backwards to the mat. Kash drops into a sit down position as his opponent flips and grasps his head mid way. The head of the Japanese Buzzsaw is forced into the mat with force as Kash somehow converts a powerbomb into a sit out facebuster. The move is well taken by the majority of the Japanese fans as they rise to there feet in applause. Kash regains his composure as his opponent turns to his back nursing his face after the meeting the floor. Kash quickly makes the cover as the referee drops to the floor and makes the count. Kid doesn’t hook the leg however giving his opponent more leave way from the pin




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The free legs cost Kash dearly as his opponent manages to kick out of the pin using his legs to help him raise both shoulders off the canvass. Tajiri pushes from his opponent and rises in unison with Kash as both look for the first offensive move. It’s Tajiri who connects with the first kick to the thigh but Kash sucks it up and takes a shot to the thigh as well. Tajiri doesn’t back down as he takes another kick this time to the opposite thigh, Kash follows suit. The kicks keep coming back and forth as both men test there fortitude against each other. The arena grow louder and louder and woman in the audience scream as children watch in an amazement. Both men kick each other to death, not one part of the body is given time to rest. The kick grow in power as the condition lessens. Suddenly Tajiri takes a kick to the thigh followed by another and then another. He grows in anger and keeps kick his opponent causing Kash to fall to the one knee as he groans in pain. The arena watch in awe as The Japanese Buzzsaw kicks his way to glory, the legs and arms are targeted the most before Tajiri finally stops the onslaught.




Kash is in a bad state after the brutal kick finish, but he rises to both feet none the less. Tajiri tries for a toe kick but it’s caught by his opponent who pushes it to the right. With Tajiri supporting his own weight on one leg he spins with the flying remainder and spins a full circle straight into a toe kick from Kash himself. Tajiri crouches forward in reaction as his opponent grasps his head in a face lock before draping the arm over his shoulder. He then catches the right leg and pushes up in a fisherman buster position. The arena’s eyes widen as Kash suddenly turns his opponent so his back is facing the opposite of his and then drops to one knee causing his opponents shoulders to crash with the knee. The Money Drop is completed to perfection as the arena rise to there feet in applause.




The Fisherman Buster into a shoulder breaker is well taken by the Japanese fans but not from Tajiri as he groans in pain whilst holing his right shoulders and collarbone. He remains on the floor immobile as his opponent climbs the turnbuckles from the apron. The crowd watch as Kash stables himself on the top rope before sizing his opponent up. The Japanese Buzzsaw remains immobile as his opponent makes a quick decision. Kash suddenly turns his back on the ring before completing a moonsault, whilst doing this he 180 degree rotation of multiple limbs before crashing with his opponent in the normal moonsault position. The Corkscrew Moonsault has the fans in raptures as Tajiri holds his chest and gut in agony. Kash takes a moment to regain his composure but once he does he makes the cover the excitement of the fans. Kid manages this time to hook the leg but leaves it limp as he suffers from poor condition and hurting limbs. The referee drops to the floor to make what looks to be the last count of the match




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The arena begins to stomp there feet in enjoyment as Tajiri’s shoulder somehow departs from the canvass. Kash holds his hair in frustration nearly ripping it from his skull. He finally rises after checking with the referee and pulls Tajiri with him, he quickly springs to his feet and connects with a standing dropkick to the chest causing Tajiri to fall through the middle ropes and crash to the outside mat. Kash waits patiently for his opponent rise but as soon as he does he slingshots himself over the top rope and looks for the cross body. Tajiri reacts superbly well and moves two steps backwards before launching a savage kick to the gut as his opponent drops to the floor. The Plancha goes horrible wrong for Kash as his ribs are nearly broken from the savage kick caused by The Japanese Buzzsaw. The arena watches as Kash is slowly pulled to his feet by Tajiri who pushes him back into the ring.



Kid stays on the floor lying on his back and nursing his ribs as his opponent climbs to the apron sizing him up with an evil eye. Then with his measurement up to par the WWE Survivor Series star hops to the second rope gaining height whilst twisting his back on the squared circle and landing on the top rope. With this Tajiri springboards backwards and completed a perfect moonsault before landing on the chest of his still immobile opponent. The move is greeter well by the many fans as Tajiri causes his opponent to gasp for breath. He soon hooks the leg as soon as he lands and lets his body rest on the chest of Kash. The fans watch with intent as the referee drops to the floor to make the count making sure to get a good view of Kid’s shoulders.




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Kash shows his heart and his will to go on by surprising his opponent with a kick out. The referee stops on the count at two to the disappointment of the Japanese Buzzsaw. The arena rises to there feet in cheers as they watch the ex TNA star kick out of Tajiri cover. The WWE Survivor Series star gradually makes it to his feet before pulling his opponent with him. He wants this over now and clutches the head in a face lock and drapes the arm soon after. Tajiri grips the tights with might as he takes one last breath! Then with a surge of strength Tajiri forces his opponent high up in the air in a vertical position. The Japanese Buzzsaw shows his strength and stamina by keeping his opponent vertically straight for over 6 seconds before immediately dropping to the mat.



The sharp drops sees Kash landing vertically on his head as his own move the Dead Level is used against him. The Brainbuster is pulled off well from Tajiri who looks clearly pleased with himself after the move is completed. Kash remains on his back breathing heavily and hardly moving as his opponent regains his composure and thoughts. He believes this match is over as he smiles before slapping the chest and soon covering it before hooking the left leg, leaving it pretty limp all the while. The fans watch as they wonder just wonder if Kash has enough to keep this quarter final match going. The referee slides to the mat and takes a look at the shoulders before making the first count.




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The arena erupts as the Tokyo Dome is filled with stomps and cheers. The mammoth structure could collapse with the amount of feet cracking with the ground but it remains strong as the match keeps on going. Tajiri stares up into the air in disbelief as he ponders how in the hell did Kash raise his left shoulder off the canvass. He shakes his head once again in disbelief before rolling to his feet and gradually pulling his opponent with him. Kash suddenly comes to life knowing his chances are limited; he pushes out of his opponent grip and connects with an inzigure kick to the back of the head. The force of the boot cracking with the skull is immense as Kash knows this was his only hope of keeping in the match. The arena watches on as both men lie on the floor breathing heavily and nursing there wombs. The official reaches the count of seven before both men rise gradually in unison.



Tajiri looks for a right hand but Kash catches it and falls immediately to his back looking like he completing a Dragon Whip. This isn’t entirely the case as he follows on with his opponent as he lands on his stomach, Kash still clutches to the right leg of The Japanese Buzzsaw. The arena watches and suddenly comes to life as Kash takes the other leg and finishes holding both in a Boston Crab position. However he isn’t finished there as he places the knee into the small of the back as the Elevated Boston Crab is completed to perfection. As Kash so smartly names it the K.O.D or Kash On Delivery, his second attempt failed but this time he completes the deadly submission manoeuvre made famous by the ex Super J Cup contestant Chris Jericho. The arena watches on with wide smiles as Tajiri groans in pain, the knee causes the neck to be wrenched into the mat with more force causing even more pain to the already hurt Tajiri. The Japanese Buzzsaw tries desperately to make it to the ropes as he feels the pain shooting up and down his neck and back. It grows with every second passed as the move remains strong!



Kash is relentless as he pushes his knee further and further into the small of the back causing a great deal more pain to the back of his opponent in hope that his hand will tap the canvass. The pain keeps growing as Tajiri slowly but surely makes his way to the ropes. Shooting pain make themselves felts down the neck of Tajiri as his back is engulfed with raw agony. The only thing that can save him are the ropes which he is only inches away from touching. Kash can’t bear to watch his opponent clutch those ropes so places even more pressure on the back by forcing his knee if possible even more into the small of the pain. Tajiri screams in agony but with the pain so intense he throws his arm as close as he can to the ropes somehow managing to grasp the bottom rope. The fans clap for the respected Tajiri as Kid Kash is forced to release his opponent from the submission.



He is relentless at first but finally drops the legs to the floor feeling utterly disappointed. Kash takes a while to readjust but once he does he grasps his opponents head and pulls him to a vertical base. His body is supported only by his will to win as he tries desperately to keep going. He knows he has to finish it soon and tries desperately to do so by connecting with a toe kick to the gut. Tajiri bends forwards in reaction to the kick as he grasps his gut in pain. His arms however are suddenly hooked from behind as his head is trapped in a standing head scissors. The arena can hardy believe what they are seeing as Kash looks for the devastating manoeuvre known as the Money Maker. The technical term is Double Underhook Piledriver causing a shudder down the spine of any wrestler fan or spectator. Kash takes one last breath before looking for the move but this is his downfall. He tries to pull his opponent up into the air but Tajiri pushes up before he can causing Kash to flip over his opponent shoulders and hard onto the mat. The arena watches with intent at the sudden reversal not knowing what to expect yet! Tajiri stumbles to his knees but soon rises in unison with his opponent both looking shattered and down trodden.



Kash looks for a right hand but is blocked by Tajiri who comes back with a kick to the back of Kid’s leg causing him to buckle on one knee. Tajiri connects with another savage kick this time to the other leg causing Kash to fall to both knees. Tajiri sizes his opponent up as he looks over him like a predator to its prey. He signals his hands and with one smooth motion the Buzzsaw Kick is completed. The boot of Tajiri crashes with the back of Kash’s head causing a sickening thud as the arena erupt at the finisher. Kash drops to his stomach maybe unconscious from the low roundhouse kick. Tajiri pushes him to his back and immediately makes the cover unable to hook the leg; he just hopes his weight is enough to keep his opponent down



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The arena erupt into cheers as the third and final count is made. Both men gave it there all but it was the fresher of the two Tajiri who managed to get the three count after the deadly Buzzsaw Kick. The Japanese Buzzsaw slowly rises to his feet as his arm is raised as the winner, he quickly drops to his knees breathing heavily before rolling out of the squared circle and making his way to the locker rooms. His back is slapped by the fans as he walks in congratulations as Kash is seen to by the medical staff. He is applauded by the Japanese fans whilst he gradually makes his way to the back nursing his head all the while.








Winner – Tajiri – Via Pinfall










Rey Mysterio vs. Jamie Noble









Rey Mysterio:
Height: 5ft 4in
Weight: 170lb
Trained by: Rey Mysterio Sr
Debut: 1989
Company: WWE My Vision Aggression







Jamie Noble
Height: 5ft 7in
Weight: 170lb
Trained by: Dean Malenko, Bill Weaver
Company: WWE Unleash The Fury








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Both men look rested and ready as they are both checked for any illegal objects concealed in there tights. The match is soon under way as the referee signals the bell. Mysterio immediately runs towards Noble and connects with a dropkick to the chest knocking Noble to the floor; he quickly rises but is once again hit with a standing dropkick. The two feet of Mysterio crash with the chest of Jamie causing him to fall through the middle ropes and crash to the apron before falling to the outside mat. The arena rises as they can sense something high risk from Mysterio as he watches over his already struggling opponent. Noble gradually makes it to his feet as his opponent runs off the opposing ropes gaining momentum in his run towards his opponent who is standing on the outside mat. Mysterio jumps before he reaches the ropes but grasps the top as an aid as he flips forward before crashing with Noble. Both men fall to the floor with Noble taking nearly all the pain. The arena rise to there feet in applause as the referee begins the count. The suicide senton is completed to perfection causing a huge amount of pain to Jamie Noble who struggles to reach his feet.




Mysterio doesn’t as he makes it to a vertical base on the count of 5. Noble finally rises on the count of 8 immediately rolling into the ring to meet his opponent. Mysterio is ready and waiting and connects with a stomp to the back of the head. His opponent rises and is immediately whipped into the opposing ropes. Noble runs off with pace straight into a spinning heel kick from Mysterio. The kick is pulled off well with the heel of Mysterio meeting the face of Noble. Jamie rises to his feet after hitting the ground after the heel kick holding his nose and jaw. Mysterio already has the early advantage but doesn’t want to lose it. He connects with a toe kick to the gut followed by a face lock. He sets to drape the arm but Noble fights back with a right hand to the gut followed by with Noble locking in the face lock and draping the arm over his neck and shoulders. He doesn’t think twice he immediately forces his opponent into the air in a vertical position showing his strength by holding him well. Mysterio waits as the blood rushes to his head before Noble falls back completing the delayed vertical suplex. Mysterio arches his back in pain before he is pinned to the ground by Jamie. He doesn’t hook the leg instead he pushes down with both arms on the chest causing a pinning predicament. The referee looks at the shoulders and makes the first count for the first pin of the match




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Mysterio kicks out to the applause of the fans as Noble immediately rises and grasps the arm pulling off an arm bar submission. The move is pulled off well as he grasps the wrist with might and twists it violently to the right and left. Rey jerks up and down in agony as his arm is nearly ripped from its socket. The pain is clearly felt as Mysterio groans in agony whilst pushing up on his shoulders to make it to the ropes. Everyone knows this move can only be held for a couple of minutes before the arm is broker. The pain grows immensely with every passing seconds as the one minute mark reaches. Mysterio remains pushing up on his shoulders and luckily for the Luchador he gets close to the ropes and without a second thought he grasps the bottom ropes with might. The referee immediately forces Noble to release the deadly submission which he does straight away. Noble rises to his feet quickly trying to soak up the advantage the best he can. He places the arm which was held in the arm bar out on the canvass and stomps on it viscously. He finally leaves the arm to rest for a second before grasping it and pulling Mysterio to a vertical base.




He immediately turns on the arm and holds and arm lock before forces his foot down on the back of the leg causing Mysterio to buckle to one knee. Noble still holds the right hand in the submission whilst Rey holds on one knee. Jamie then connects with a kick to the arm before leaving it to rest. As soon as the does the Lucha Libre cradles it with his left as he already feels the tendons harmed. Noble uses this to his advantage as he grasps the head quickly in a face lock and drapes the arm, and as quick as a flash completes the snap suplex. The back cracks with the canvass as Mysterio soon arches it to limit the contact. Noble is like a wild cat as he pounces on the arm quickly dropping a knee to the elbow before dropping another to the exact spot. Mysterio groans in pain before he is pulled to his feet, his right arm leading the way. Jamie releases the arm and quickly grasps the body of Rey turning him over in a belly to belly position. The head of Rey is closest to the canvass as the tombstone looks likely. Suddenly Mysterio pushes up on his knees causing Noble to bend backwards and Rey to land on his feet. He immediately holds the waist and pulls Noble up in a tombstone position himself. Noble does the exact same as Rey and pushes down on the shoulders causing Rey to buckle under the pressure.





Mysterio bends backwards and Noble is in the driving seat as he looks for the Tombstone yet again. He finally drops to his knees forcing his opponent head and neck violently into the ground. The Tombstone Piledriver is completed perfectly as Mysterio drops to his back breathing heavily whilst nursing his neck. Noble drops to his knees before hooking the leg and putting pressure on the shoulders as the referee drops to the floor and makes the count



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Mysterio finds the strength to raise his left shoulder off the canvass to the excited stomps of the crowd. Noble looks up in frustration before taking the right arm and forcing his opponent to a vertical base. Rey follows and it soon hit with a forearm to the face as his arm is pulled backwards to add more force into the attack. The pain is felt immediately by Rey as he stumbles on his feet only standing because his opponent holds his arm. Noble then pushes the right arm towards him as he crouched down pushing his opponent onto his shoulders in a fireman carry position. Rey Mysterio rests on the shoulders of his opponent before he is forced into the air whilst his opponent falls to his back and raises his knees. Mysterio lands gut first straight into the knees as the double knee gut buster is completed. Mysterio gasps for breath as he rolls to his back anguish sternly tuck on his face behind his white mask. Noble rolls to his feet with a snide smile on his face before he walks through the ropes and onto the apron.




It isn’t long before the ex ROH star begins to climb the turnbuckle all the way to the top ropes. Mysterio slowly rises to his feet as his opponent springs into the air gaining great height before connecting with the front missile dropkick. The two feet of Noble connect with the back and shoulders of Rey as he stumbles forward before falling into the middle turnbuckle where he stays and rests. Noble lands well on his back as he has full control of the match at this point. The arena watch with wide eyes as Jamie rises to his feet and runs towards his kneeling opponent. He runs with pace and crashes his knee into the back of Mysterio’s head causing a sickening connection. Rey is then pulled to his feet and placed by the turnbuckles as Noble connects with a straight shot to the chest. The fist is clenched causing Mysterio to gasp for precious breath before he is pushed to the top ropes where he sits in rest. Noble follows him as he stables himself on the second rope before connecting with a slap to the face followed by locking the head in a face lock and draping the arm. A superplex looks imminent as the Japanese spectators watch with intent. Mysterio tries to fight back with fists to the gut and chest. Each shot connects well and caused Noble to gasp for breath hence his face lock becomes slack.



Mysterio knows his fate is nearly sealed if he was to meet the mat after the superplex and fights back with all he’s got. Rey realises the arm is slack and takes a chance by pushing his opponent forward. It works as Noble falls backwards to the canvass as his head cracks against the floor with might. The arena stand to see what Mysterio has left in the tank whilst the Luchador stables himself on the top ropes. Rey doesn’t take another minute as he flings himself into the air before flipping forwards and completing a senton bomb on his fallen opponent. The move is pulled off well with the shoulders of Mysterio crashing with the chest of Noble causing him to gasp for oxygen soon after. Mysterio takes a while to recoup after taking such a beating earlier on in the match, before gradually rising to his feet. At this time Noble rolls to his feet in unison. Mysterio attacks first with a right hand to the face followed by a left softening his opponent up for a toe kick to the gut.



Rey quickly clutches the head with all his might and falls backwards driving the head of Jamie into the canvass. The momentum of the move causes Noble to roll to his back sadly not limiting the pain from the DDT. Mysterio rolls over and makes the cover sadly not hooking the leg as he lets his body make the pin. The referee drops to the floor and makes the first count for the third count of the match.




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Noble manages to raise his left shoulder off the canvass stopping the count at two. Mysterio looks up in frustration before nursing his right arm which is still causing him some trouble. The Luchador then rises to his feet and pulls his opponent with him connecting with a right hand immediately. Noble stumbles backwards before his opponent springs into the air with his legs in a sit out position landing on the shoulders of his opponent. Noble turns with the hurricarana in process towards the ropes as his opponent falls backwards and sends Jamie over the top and crashing into the apron before landing to the outside mat. Mysterio lands well on his feet on the apron using the ropes to help him keep balance whilst his opponent slowly rises in a daze of confusion. Noble rubs his head in pain whilst gradually making it to his feet, once he does he turn sending his opponent running towards him with pace.



Mysterio jumps off the apron with height and crashed onto his opponent. Mysterio completes the running seated senton. Noble’s back crashes with the harsh ground whilst cushioning Mysterio’s fall. Often called the La Sillia the arena raises to there feet the moment it connects. The referee begins the count but Mysterio rises straight away to the fans applause before rolling back into the ring. He leaves his opponent to lie as the referee looks to reach to 20. It doesn’t however as Noble manages to make it to his feet on the count of 12 immediately entering the ring. Mysterio is ready and waiting and connects with a toe kick to the mid section as soon as Jamie rises. Noble crouches forward in reaction to the kick as Mysterio grasps his head once again in a face lock. Rey is close to the turnbuckle and he shows his great ring awareness by hopping to the second rope still grasping the head before pushing off in the opposite direction. Jamie follows suit as his head is caught around the arm of Rey who slams back first into the canvas completing the Tornado DDT.




The head of Noble goes crashing into the ground with force as the arena rise to there feet in cheers. Mysterio knows the move was pulled off well and immediately makes the cover this time hooking the leg to help get the three count




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The Tokyo Dome begins to shake with the stomps from the crowd as Jamie Noble manages to raise his left shoulder off the canvass to stop the officials count at two. Mysterio holds his head in disappointment as he was sure the Tornado DDT could do it. He puts that to the back of his mind and rolls to his feet as his opponent follows soon after. Noble looks for a right hand but it blocked by the arm of Mysterio who connects with a right of his own knocking Noble off guard! Rey quickly connects with a toe kick to the gut followed by with Mysterio grasping the head and spinning it violently before falling to his back. The spinning neck breaker is completed to perfection as the back of Noble’s head crashes with the Luchador’s shoulders after his neck may have severed whiplash. Noble grasps his head and neck in pain whilst resting on his back.




Mysterio uses this time to climb the turnbuckle from the apron. He stables himself on the top ropes whilst his opponent slowly rises to his feet. Rey suddenly turns his back on the squared circle as his opponent stumbles towards him. Mysterio stuns the crowd by completing a moonsault in mid air before crashing with the right shoulder causing Noble to fall hard to the ground. The body of Jamie softens the fall for Mysterio as the move is completed to perfection. The spectators rise to there feet in applause as Mysterio remains over the chest and lets the referee make the count. The leg can’t be hooked due to Mysterio’s position but the pin is made none the less.




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The arena stomp there feet as the right shoulder of Jamie Noble frees itself from the constraints of Mysterio’s chest. Rey rolls to his back breathing heavily before gradually rising to his feet and meeting Noble in a vertical base. Mysterio connects with a right hand to the face causing Noble to stumble backwards. He regains composure soon after and runs towards Rey looking for a lariat Mysterio reacts well and dodges the impending blow. Noble reverts to a super kick as he snaps his leg back connecting with the jaw of Mysterio who drops immediately to the floor. The sound of Jamie’s boot crashing with the jaw of Mysterio is sickening as both men drop to the floor in exhaustion. Noble is on his hands and knees before he grasps the ropes and pulls himself to a vertical base. Mysterio slowly follows looking down beaten and trodden. The fans watch with intent as Rey looks for a half assed right hand which is blocked by Noble who comes back with a much more fierce left. It connects as Mysterio stumbles backwards before Noble looks for the toe kick.





Rey catches the boot as he stables himself but this only gives Noble the opportunity to attack as he pushes off his free leg and completes and inzigure kick to the back of Mysterio’s head. The force of yet another boot to the head is immense as Mysterio stumbles back and forth before ultimately falling to the ground. Noble regains his composure before walking to the apron before climbing the ropes. He takes a while to make it to the top and takes even longer stabling himself whilst up there. This gives Mysterio time to rise as Noble is none the wiser. The Luchador sucks up the pain that consumes his head and runs towards the ropes quickly hopping to the second buckle before launching to the shoulders of Jamie who is unaware of the entire situation around him. A second later Mysterio falls backwards completing a top rope hurricarana. The arena rises to there feet in unison as Noble flips violently forward to the ground crashing his back with the mat. The move is pulled off with such fluency and speed that it cannot be imagined as Mysterio lands well on his knees.





He readjusts his mask whilst catching his breath before slowly making his way towards his opponent who remains immobile on the floor. The pain consuming his back like a disease whilst he nurses his right shoulders by rubbing it frequently. Rey slowly makes his way towards his opponent before finally falling over his chest making the cover. He can’t hook the leg, all he can do it rest his body weight on the chest in hope that it will be enough




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The Tokyo Dome is sent to the raptures yet again as somehow, someway Jamie Noble finds the strength to raise his left shoulder off the canvass stopping the count just a fraction of a second away from the three count. The stomps of the fans cause the Dome to tremble as Mysterio rolls to his back breathing heavily and wondering what the hell he has to do to put his opponent away. The pride of both men’s company resting on there shoulders as they slowly make there way to a vertical base. Rey looks for a right hand which connects but takes a left from his opponent soon after. Both men exchange fists before Noble stops with a knee to the gut followed by a European Uppercut. Mysterio stumbles backwards as his neck snaps back with the force of the uppercut before he is hit with a stiff kick to the gut causing his to bend forward in reaction.



Jamie immediately grasps both arms in a double underhook position before placing his legs in a standing leg scissors. Mysterio is trapped as the Tiger Driver looks to be completed. Noble pulls up on the arms with all his might causing Mysterio to be forced onto his opponents shoulders before he drops immediately to the floor in a sit out position. Mysterio’s shoulders and back crash violently with the floor as the deadly finishing manoeuvre of Jamie Noble is completed……………………………………………………………………………………………….The Tiger Driver!





The arena rise to there feet as they sense the incoming pin. Mysterio remains betweens the legs of Noble as he places his feet over the shoulders and keeps a tight wrap around the legs. The referee drops to the floor to make the first pin. The shoulders took the brunt of the pain making it even harder for Rey to kick out of the cover especially since it was made straight after the deadly Tiger Driver. The arena stand on the tips of there toes as the official makes it to the count of two. The atmosphere is electric as every eye in the Tokyo Dome stares at the shoulder of Rey Mysterio!




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The fans are in ecstasy as they erupt into cheers! Mysterio did the unthinkable and kicked out of the Tiger Driver causing Noble to sit in shock, his mouth wide open and his hair turning a lighter shade of grey. Jamie falls to his back as his opponent rolls to his stomach looking tired and hurt. The referee holds up two fingers as the cheers still remain strong. The official then turns to making the count as both competitors remain immobile on the floor. Each second seems to pass by with even more speed but even with this Mysterio and Noble rise to there feet at the count of 16! The fans remains on there feet seeing as both men look ready to collapse with the punishment they have had to withstand but they remain strong. There hearts and will to go on show there stamina and character whilst showing just how much the Super J Cup means to them. The arena watches on with wide eyes as Noble looks for a right hand, Mysterio does well to block. Rey fights back with a right of his own his connecting with the side of Noble’s face. Jamie stumbles backwards until he suddenly comes to a halt and runs towards Rey with pace. He disregards the pain consuming his legs as does Rey with his right arm whilst he looks to spear Mysterio to the ground.




Rey reacts superbly as he drops to the floor and completes a drop toe hold. Noble lands on top of the middle rope as the arena rise to there feet in cheers and screams. Rey sees the position and takes on last breath before running into the opposing ropes gaining momentum in his run. He reaches the end and grasps both the top and middle ropes as he throws both legs through. The 619 is so close to completion as Mysterio completes the Tiger Faint Kick. However Noble spurts into action smelling his fate and quickly pushes off the ropes just barely dodging both legs of his Lucha Libre opponent. Mysterio follows through on the Tiger Feint Kick and lands on the canvass in a rush. Noble is to his feet but it’s his opponent who makes the first move by running towards him in a state of rage from the missed finisher. Noble looks to catch him in a side walk slam position but Mysterio’s leg cross over the neck and head of Jamie before he pushes off the legs and spins in the air. Noble follows as his head is caught between the legs of Mysterio and before he can do anything about it the Tilt a whirl head scissors takedown is completed. Noble flips to his back with force where he stays immobile and looking in a terrible condition. Mysterio stables himself on two feet before walking to the turnbuckle and gradually climbing to the top. Rey uses his last ounce of strength to rise all the way to the top in hope that this risk will pay off and his hand will finally be raises as the winner.




He takes some time stabling himself on the top ropes as this gives Jamie Noble time to rise. Mysterio isn’t ready for his opponent charging towards him and it shows as he doesn’t react in time. Instead his right leg is swiped causing the Luchador to land hard on his rear on the top buckle. Mysterio stays sitting on the small surface as his opponent begins to climb. Jamie stables himself on the second rope as he connects with two harsh right hands to the face. Mysterio’s head just hangs onto his head whilst he quickly locked in a face lock. Noble soon drapes the arm and at this he takes both legs and rises to the top ropes. The thousands in the Tokyo Dome are either on the edge of there seats or the tips of there toes as Jamie takes a nice grip of his opponents tights. With one breath taken Mysterio doesn’t budge, Noble is relentless however as he pulls once again this time pushing his opponent up vertically. Noble drops sharply to the floor…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….The arena explodes into cheers!





The fans in attendance can’t control themselves as the Avalanche Brain Buster is completed. Noble managed to keep the face lock in tight as the head of Mysterio spikes into the unforgiving canvass. He falls to his back as the mammoth move is completed to perfection. Rey doesn’t move a muscle as his opponent shakes his head and tries to gather his thoughts. The pain for both men is great but somehow Jamie Noble managed to dig deep inside and complete the Avalanche Brain Buster.




Noble gradually makes his way on hands and knees towards his opponent. The length isn’t that long but the task is hard none the less but he finally completes it. Noble crashes into his opponents chest in a heap as the referee drops to the floor and makes the first count. The fans watch the shoulders of Rey Mysterio with intent, not blinking an eye as the referee makes it to the count of two. Beads of sweat drip profusely from the forehead of Noble as he waits, prays for that third count to be made





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The arena burst into cheers as the third and final count is made. Noble looks up in relief before dropping to his back breathing heavily and wiping the sweat from his head. Mysterio remains immobile but he finds the strength to cradle his right arm which took such a beating during the start of the match. Jamie Noble cracks a smile as he knows he’s going to the Semi Final’s of the first annual Super J Cup. He finally finds the strength to make it to his feet as his hand is held as the winner. He doesn’t stay long knowing he needs to rest for his match against whoever it may be. Mysterio is rolled out of the ring as medical staff help him to the back. The Tokyo Dome rise to there feet and give there respect to Mysterio who they know gave it everything he’s got.







Winner – Jamie Noble – Via Pinfall













Psicosis vs. Matt Hardy









Matt Hardy:
Height: 6ft 1in
Weight: 234lb
Trained by: Dory Funk jr
Debut: 1992
Company: Forever Delayed Does WWE






Psicosis:
Height: 5ft 11in
Weight- 200lb
Trained by: Rey Mysterio Sr
Debut: 1989
Company: WIWA Reborn










MATCH








Both men stretch there limbs as they wait by there own corners. The referee checks for weapons whilst both men stare at each other with intent. The fans wait and watch for the bell to ring and after both men are found clean they get there wish. Psicosis burst into action straight away by running towards his opponent with pace and looking for the deadly Spinning Heel Kick. Hardy reacts well as he dodges the blow whilst his opponent rolls to a vertical base and looks for yet another Spinning Heel Kick. Hardy doesn’t have the time to move for the second kick causing the heel to crash with the jaw of Matt causing him to crash to the floor on his back. He immediately rolls to his feet nursing his jaw all the while as his opponent looks for a right hand to the face, Hardy does well to block and retaliates with a right hand of his own followed by an Irish whip. Psicosis comes running off the ropes with pace but runs straight over his opponent who lies flat on the ground hoping for some more pace from the incoming whip. Castellanos (Psicosis) runs off even faster from the opposing ropes straight into a standing dropkick from Hardy who gains great height from his jump. The two feet of the ex Hardy Boy crash with the chest of Psicosis causing him to fall to the floor as his opponent scrambles to make the quick cover. Matt hooks the right leg and lets his back rest on the chest as the referee drops to the canvass to make the count



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Psicosis pushes out of the pin causing his opponent to drop further from his shoulders. He soon rises along with his opponent but it’s Psicosis who connects with the first offensive move with a toe kick to the gut followed by a stiff forearm to the back. Hardy gasps for breath as his opponent locks in a standing head scissors. Hardy doesn’t retaliate as he looks only for breath and not a reversal. Psicosis uses this to his advantage as he grasps the waist and pull with might causing his opponent to rest on his shoulders. He doesn’t stay there for long as the Luchador drops his to the canvass with might. Psicosis follows him to his knees creating more force into the bomb as Matt Hardy’s shoulders and back take the brunt of the pain. The move is pulled off well as Hardy remains immobile on the floor as Psicosis rises to his feet looking pretty pleased with himself. He shouts the crowd “Come on” causing the Japanese fans to cheer back with smiles firmly stuck to there face!



Psicosis gets quickly back to the match not wanting his opponent to catch breath and rest whilst he is soaking up the crowd for what hopefully will be his win. Psicosis pulls Hardy by the hair to a vertical base but Matt quickly pushes out of his opponents grasp and connects with a right hand to the right hand side of the face followed by an Irish whip into the ropes. Psicosis runs off with pace as Matt Hardy takes a page from his opponent’s book and connects with a spinning heel kick to the jaw. Psicosis drops to the floor as he tastes his own medicine for the first time in the match. He holds his jaw in pain with might trying desperately to soften the blow that ensued but to no avail. Hardy immediately drops an elbow to the chest of Psicosis causing him to gush but to no end product. The Luchador slowly rises to his feet and is met with a toe kick to the gut followed by an Irish whip into the ropes. Psicosis suddenly turns before he meets the ropes and catches both arms over the top ropes hooking him self over and letting the momentum of the whip land him safely over the ropes and onto the outside mat. The fans cheer the sight as Psicosis stables himself on the outside mat before tapping his head signalling that he’s outsmarted Hardy. Matt suddenly burst into a run towards his opponent as Psicosis runs to the left Hardy grasps the top rope and the middle before pushing his entire body through the ropes completing a tiger feint kick move but landing securely in the ring as his opponent watches in confusion.






Hardy stands in the ring and taps his head signalling he’s the smarter of the two. The arena cheers as Hardy paces up and down in the ring. Psicosis remains on the outside contemplating what to do until Hardy walks to the ropes and sits on the middle rope forcing it lower to the canvas before pushing up on the top. He signals Psicosis to get into the ring as the arena cheer for Hardy cocky display. Psicosis stands in anger and a sense of fear for entering the squared circle. Castellanos turns to the other side of the ring and rolls into the ring as Hardy casually rises from the middle ropes. Both men end up in a vertical position watching each other with intent. Psicosis holds out a hand in a show of hooking up. Hardy walks cautiously over and grips the hand. Psicosis holds out his left which Matt slowly takes. Suddenly Psicosis releases the hands and takes the head of his opponent in a head lock. Hardy pushes forward forcing his opponent into the ropes as Psicosis releases the head and clutches to the ropes. Hardy bounces backwards taking a reverse roll to his feet. Psicosis runs immediately towards him after turning looking for another spinning heel kick.





It connects with the face of Hardy as he drops to the floor clutching his nose in pain. Psicosis rises as does his opponent gradually after looking distressed yet ready to go on. Castellanos connects with a right hand to the face of Hardy before connecting with a toe kick to the gut followed by a face lock. Psicosis drapes the arm over his shoulder whilst still clutching the head with might. The Lucha Libre grasps the tights and pulls with might causing his opponent to raise head down in a vertical position. Psicosis shows his strength by keeping Hardy vertical for over 4 seconds before dropping backwards and completing the vertical suplex. Hardy’s back crashes into the mat with force as he arches his back as soon as he meets the floor. His shoulders remain in pain as his head is clutched and pulled to his feet. Psicosis connects with a forearm to the face quickly grasping the arm soon after and turning it into an arm lock. Hardy’s head is pushed down whilst his right arm is nearly yanked from its socket. Psicosis then lets his leg rest over the head of his opponent; he then releases the head and lets his opponent push up causing Psicosis to jump before raising his remaining leg around the head creating a head scissors.




Psicosis turns in the air letting his opponent to turn with him before snapping forward and flipping violently to his back. The supposed face buster into a standing head scissors is perceived well from the thousands of fans in attendance as Hardy slowly rolls to his feet in reaction looking dizzy and confused. Psicosis uses this well and runs towards him and connects with a straight spin kick to the gut causing Hardy to crouch forward grasping his stomach in pain. Psicosis quickly clutches the head in another face lock and quickly drapes the arm before clutching tights once again. He forces his opponent into the air keeping him up for over 5 seconds before dropping to a sit out position and forcing his opponent face first into the canvass. The move is pulled off to perfection as Hardy jerks quickly up and grasps his nose in agony. Psicosis quickly rolls to his feet before turning his opponent to his back. Castellanos makes the cover before hooking the left leg and putting pressure on the shoulders. The referee drops to the floor to catch the best view of Hardy’s shoulders before making the first count






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Hardy does well as he manages to kick out of Psicosis pin raising both shoulders off the ground. The Luchador rises to his feet pulling his opponent with him by the hair. He connects with a quick forearm to the face causing Hardy to stumble backwards as Psicosis quickly grasps his shoulders before catching the inner thigh. He forces his opponent into the air before slamming him to the ground back first. The scoop slam is performed well as Matt Hardy remains on the floor breathing heavily whilst Psicosis begins to climb the turnbuckle from the apron. He makes it to the top quickly as he stables himself on the narrow platform from where he has to perform. He takes one last breath before turning his back on the squared circle before executing a back flip then spinning fluently 180 degrees. The move is pulled off to perfection without a single flaw as Psicosis lands on his opponent back first. The move is taken well by the Japanese fans as they rise to there feet in applause. Matt Hardy gasps for breath before as his chest and ribs took the brunt of the punishment from the deadly Corkscrew Senton!!!






Psicosis takes a moment to recoup before rolling over his opponent and managing to hook the leg causing the referee to drop to the floor and make the count. The arena watches with intent as they wonder if Hardy can find the strength to kick out after the Sky Twister Press!




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The thousands in attendance rise to there feet in applause before they begin to stomp there feet in excitement. Psicosis looks up in frustration wondering how the hell his opponent found the strength to kick out. He vents his frustration with a right hand to the face of Hardy before pulling him to a vertical base. The arena watches on as Hardy fights back with a right hand of his own followed by a toe kick to the gut. Psicosis arches forward in pain as his head is taken in Hardy stride. Matt tales his other hand and signals the Twist Of Fate and quickly turn to complete the finishing manoeuvre. Castellanos reacts well and pushes his opponent forward causing him to release his head an free himself from what ultimately could have been his end to the Super J Cup. The arena watches on with intent as Hardy turns in frustration looking for a lariat. Psicosis reacts well and ducks the impending blow, but this doesn’t go to plan as Hardy turns in a fluent motion after passing his opponent and jumps mid way completing an inzigure kick to the back of Psicosis’s head.




The sound of Matt’s boot crashing with the skull of the Luchador is sickening as Psicosis drops to his knees before finally falling to his stomach. He holds his head in pain whilst kicking the canvass in agony and frustration. The ex Hardy Boy slowly makes it to his feet whilst his opponent remains on the floor. He takes this opportunity to climb in his stride as he walks through the ropes and onto the apron before climbing all the way to the top ropes. He stables himself well as Psicosis gradually makes it to a vertical base, still in a world of hurt and wondering where his opponent is situated. He soon finds out as Hardy dives into the air spreading his arms out at both sides as his opponent stands in awe. Psicosis doesn’t have time to move as his opponent crashes into him with might forcing him to the ground. The Luchador softens the landing his Hardy as the Flying Crossbody is completed. Hardy immediately hooks the leg as puts pressure on the shoulders as the referee drops to the floor




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Psicosis pushes out of the pin before rolling to his feet along with his opponent. Hardy is the first to strike as he connects with a right hand to the face followed by a left. Psicosis stumbles backwards before he takes a knee to the stomach causing him to crouch forward in pain. Hardy takes the head in his stride completing the face lock before finishing off with a snap suplex. Psicosis takes the brunt of the pain on his back as his opponent rises to his feet. Psicosis follows looking uncomfortable which isn’t helped when Hardy connects with a toe kick to the gut followed by a spinning neck breaker. Psicosis jerks up as his neck turns violently causing a whiplash effect before his head crashes with the shoulder of his opponent.




The move is pulled off well which gives Hardy time to rise and then climb again. This time Hardy settles on the second rope as he sizes his immobile opponent up. He takes one last breath before flinging himself into the air gaining good height as he stretches his legs in a sit out position. Psicosis remains still as the right leg of Matt Hardy crashes into his neck with force. The Hardy Leg Drop is completed as Psicosis’s wind pipe nearly crushes with the might of the high risk move. Hardy doesn’t take long too make the cover as he hooks the right leg and puts pressure on the chest by resting cleanly on it. The referee drops to the floor and makes the first count as the Tokyo Dome stays silent for the referee’s calls




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Psicosis sucks up the pain that consumes his back and manages to raise his right shoulder off the canvass. The referee holds up two fingers as the arena clap Psicosis’s heart and will to go on. Hardy knows he was only a fraction of a second away from getting the three count but keeps going in hope he can go all the way. Psicosis is pulled to his feet by his opponent who connects with a right hand followed by an Irish whip into the turnbuckle. Castellanos runs straight into the turnbuckle as his head and neck snap back with the force that he hit it. Hardy runs towards him with pace and connects with a running knee to the right hand side of the ribs. Psicosis gasps for breath which causes a distraction as he is pushed to the top turnbuckle. Hardy follows him and stables himself on the second ropes before connecting with a right hand to the face followed by a left.



This hopefully softens Psicosis up as Hardy grasps his head in a face lock before draping the arm over his shoulders and neck. Hardy then rises to the top ropes where he places both feet on either side of the ropes. Psicosis however fights back sensing his fate with right hands to the chest and gut. Hardy begins to feel the onslaught straight away as his stability comes into question. Psicosis punches away with all his might before taking one last push on the chest. The face lock is left as Matt Hardy drops harshly to the floor. He remains there on his back as his head cracked with the ground. Psicosis takes a moment to regain stability on the ropes as the fans watch with intent. Psicosis makes a quick decision and dives into the air once again he himself looking for the deadly Guillotine Leg Drop. The fans watch with wide eyes as Psicosis drops straight onto the canvass in a sit out position. Hardy rolls out of the way to prevent himself from possibly losing this match. Psicosis jerks up and down on his rear gritting his teeth all the while whilst his opponent rises to his feet. Psicosis soon follows him but it’s Hardy who has the upper hand as he connects with a toe kick to the gut followed by a standing head scissors. He soon grips the waist with might and pulls Psicosis over his right shoulder in a Crucifix Powerbomb position. Hardy hooks his arm over his opponent’s pelvis tightly before pushing Psicosis back to the mat with force with Hardy himself landing in a sit out powerbomb position.



The shoulders and back of Psicosis crash with to the canvass with might as his opponent lands well on his rear the Sit Out Crucifix Powerbomb is taken well by the fans as hardy immediately places his feet over both shoulders and holding tightly onto both legs. The arena rise to there feet sensing the end for the Luchador Psicosis as he remains glued to the floor. Hardy bares a smile on his face as he waits for the third count to be made.




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The Tokyo Dome is filled with stomps of the thousands in attendance as the left shoulder of Psicosis departs from the canvass. Castellanos remains immobile after he kicks out as Hardy looks up into the air in desperation. He pushes his hair over his ears as he gradually makes it to his feet. He quickly pulls Psicosis to his feet wanting to cause as much damage as possible whilst he has the advantage. Psicosis remains limp on his feet as he is hit with a right hand to the face followed by a toe kick to the gut. Matt Hardy immediately turns his opponent around and grasps the waist whilst placing his head underneath the arm before raising him into the air in a belly to back position or back drop suplex to some. Hardy keeps his opponent up vertically before quickly turning leaving his opponent on his shoulders but changing position causing him to gradually fall to the mat.


Hardy follows him up as soon as he turns as he forces the elbow into the chest as Castellanos falls. The arena rise to there feet in applause as the Ricochet is completed. The elbow of Hardy lodges itself into the chest and nearly to the rib cage of Psicosis who gasps for oxygen as soon as his back meets the mat. Hardy immediately catches the leg once again looking for the three count. He lets his back make the cover mostly as he stretches to hook the leg. The arena remain up on there feet in case the three count is just made at this point in the match. The official drops to the floor to make the count as Hardy sweats profusely.





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The arena applaud Psicosis as he manages to kick out of Hardy’s pin yet again. Matt looks at the referee and holds up three fingers in hope he heard the call wrong. The referee sticks to his original decision as Hardy tries to argue his point. The official is adamant that the count was two causing Hardy to get on with the match. Psicosis is gradually making it to is feet at this point but looks to be helped the rest of the way by the annoyed and angry Matt Hardy. Psicosis uses this to his advantage as he grasps the head and swipes the legs causing Hardy to roll forward as the small package is completed. The fans who where about to rest on there chair shoot back to there feet as they make there voices heard with screams of enjoyment. Hardy’s kicks his legs back and forth but his shoulders remain on the canvass as the referee makes yet another count.





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Hardy remains kicking throughout the count but it’s his sudden push from the shoulders that saves him the match. Psicosis rolls to his feet with the adrenalin pumping through his body along with Hardy who is just thankful not to have lost the match with his moment of distraction. Matt looks for a right hand which is blocked by the Luchador who responds with a right of his own followed by another. The unguarded Hardy stumbles backwards before Psicosis connects with a toe kick to the gut. Psicosis looks back to his old days in Mexico and digs deep to his CMLL days and AAA days.



He turns quickly before grasping the head of Matt Hardy in a three quarter face lock before dropping to his rear and forcing the shoulder into the throat of Matt. The Psycho Stunner is completed to perfection after a long time of retirement. The arena rise to there feet in applause as Psicosis makes it to a vertical base. Hardy remains on his back after the move made famous by Stone Cold Steve Austin is completed. Psicosis however doesn’t make the pin, instead he looks to climb yet again in hope of completing his finishing the manoeuvre the Psycho Guillotine Leg Drop!!!




Psicosis walks through the ropes and begins to climb the turnbuckle as his opponent remains immobile on the floor he reaches the top ropes before stabling himself on the top ropes. His right foot slips however on the buckle causing his stability to be put into question. He finally gets both feet securely on the narrow legs from which he has to perform but it’s too late. Hardy rises quickly to his feet knowing if he remains on the floor he will surely be losing this quarter final bout. Castellanos isn’t ready for his opponent charging towards him and loses balance yet again which isn’t helped when his right leg is swiped from underneath him causing him to fall harshly to his rear on the top buckle. Psicosis remains sitting in these dangerous circumstances as his opponent climbs to the second rope stabling him self well. Psicosis remains immobile as he is hit with a right hand to the side of the face followed by a face lock. The arena rise to there feet wondering if a superplex could be on the horizon. It isn’t and they realise this as Hardy’s right arm rises to is side signalling the Twist Of Fate!!!!



Some woman in the Tokyo Dome scream in excitement as Matt hardy turns in mid air before grasping the head and forcing Psicosis down to the mat. Matt Hardy lands well on his back as his opponent lands face down into his shoulder as the drop that he took was immense. The arena rise to there feet in applause and stomps of there feet make themselves heard as Hardy gathers his thoughts. The top rope Twist Of Fate is completed!


Psicosis rolls to his back holding his nose in pain before his right leg is hooked for the cover. The arena watch with intent most of them already knowing the result expecting the result (or they think they do.) The referee drops to the floor and makes the first count




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Psicosis can’t find the strength to rise as Matt Hardy gets the three count. The thousands in attendance applaud Hardy as his hand is raised as the winner before he climbs the second rope and signals the fans. He soon makes his way to the back as Psicosis soon follows him his head in his hands as the crowd applaud his efforts in a match he could have easily won at some points during the contest.











Winner – Matt Hardy – Via Pinfall
















Abismo Negro vs. Ultimo Dragon








Abismo Negro:
Height: 5ft 11in
Weight: 211lb
Trained by: Diablo Velasco, Ray Mendoza Delio Soto
Debut: 1990
Company: UWEF: United Wrestling Entertainment Federation








Ultimo Dragon:
Height: 5ft 6in
Weight: 185lb
Trained by: Gran Hamada
Debut: 1987
Company: JLA Combat Wrestling












MATCH











Abismo Negro wears his traditional red and yellow mask opposed to his opponents who wears a pink mask. Both men look ready for the upcoming battle especially Ultimo Dragon as this is his first match of the night. For Negro it’s his second battling Charlie Haas in the first round and winning with the La Magistral. The arena are ready to see Asai (Ultimo Dragon) for the first time tonight and never tire of seeing the Lucha Libre Negro. The match finally begins with both men circling the ring and looking intently into each other face. They finally hook up with Ultimo Dragon quickly grasping the right arm and twisting it into a standing arm lock before his opponent flips forward making the move obsolete. Negro turns his opponents arm into an arm lock with Ultimo Dragon flipping forward off his head too free himself from the move. Ultimo quickly drops to his knees and swipes the right leg of Abismo causing him to fall to his back. Ultimo Dragon quickly dives on his opponent and makes the lateral press as the referee quickly drops to the floor



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Negro immediately kicks out with Ultimo not expecting anything else, he does this to make sure his opponent is on the defence and not try to turn the match on him. Both men rise to there feet but it’s Ultimo who strikes first with a lariat attempt. Negro raises both arms over his head blocking the move and immediately dropping to his knees and swiping Ultimo’s leg causing his to drop hard to his back on the canvass. A page out of Ultimo’s book is used well as the lateral press is made with the legs to remain free to roam.



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Abismo runs off with pace as his opponent drops to the floor and catches his leg forcing him face first into the ropes. The Drop Toe Hold is completed as the face of Negro crashes with the canvass. Abismo pushes up on his hands in reaction to the move but this is his downfall as Ultimo grasps the right arm before turning in on it and flipping over his opponent causing him to turn as his shoulder end up sticking to the canvass whilst Negro’s own right arm acts a lever for the La Magistral Cradle!!!



The thousands in the Dome rise to there feet in excitement some scream as they know Ultimo Dragon has won some of his biggest matches with the cradle and this was the move that Negro completed to get through to the quarter finals. The referee drops to the floor as he makes the count



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Negro manages to power out of the cradle to the fans applause. He knows he’s dodged a bullet as he rises to a vertical base along with his opponent. Ultimo Dragon looks for a toe kick to the gut but is caught by Negro who immediately pushes it to his right knowing the inzigure kick could be on the horizon. Ultimo is forced to turn as his weight is only balanced on one leg and turns in a full circle with the momentum of the push helping him. He turns straight into a stiff lariat from Negro as the head of Asai is nearly yanked from his head. He crashes to his back with a thud as Negro drops to his knees knowing the lariat has taken affect. He doesn’t make the cover instead he rises to his feet and connects with a straight stomp to the collar bone before pulling his opponent to a vertical base quickly connecting with a right hand to the face.



Ultimo Dragon stumbles backwards before he takes a toe kick to the gut with Abismo locking the head in a face lock before draping the arm over his shoulder and neck. Negro grasps the tights with might before he pulls his opponent up vertically! Abismo shows his strength by keeping his opponent up for over 7 seconds before dropping back and completing the delayed vertical suplex. The back of Ultimo Dragon meets the canvass with force. Abismo rolls to his feet looking in control of the match before he takes the head of Ultimo and pulls him to a vertical base immediately connecting with a right hand to the face followed by an equalled left. Ultimo Dragon fights back with a right of his own followed by a left as Negro comes back with a chop to the chest. Ultimo Dragon takes the chop well and delivers one to his opponent with even more power. Both men get into a chop fest testing there stamina as they chop the skin away from one another’s chest. Ultimo connects with yet another chop and then another and then another. He doesn’t let his opponent get into the swing as his right hand crashes into the chest with even more might and force than before. Negro stumbles further and further back as his chest turns a horrible shade of maroon. The arena at this point are on there feet or stomping the ground with might showing there enjoyment of the test of stamina.



Ultimo Dragon finally puts the test to an end as he has clearly won with his brute force and will to win. He immediately connects with a toe kick to the gut followed by a front face lock. He quickly drapes the arm before taking a good solid grasp of the tights. He breathes once before pushing his opponent up vertically keeping him up for over 5 seconds before dropping backwards. The vertical suplex is pulled off beautifully as Negro arches his back in pain. The Luchador sucks it up and rises to a vertical base immediately being hit with a right hand followed by another chop to the chest. Abismo stomps up and down whilst covering his chest showing he can’t take anymore. Ultimo immediately grasps his right arm before Irish whipping him into the ropes. Negro reacts well and clutches onto the top rope ass soon as he falls into them. This stops him from rebounding off as his opponent quickly runs towards him making sure his advantage isn’t affected by this well planned strategy. This is Asai’s downfall however as Abismo reacts perfectly as he drops to the floor as soon as his opponent comes close making sure to keep a tight grasp on the top ropes causing it to drop further to the canvass. The momentum in which Ultimo Dragon runs into the ropes causes him to fall right over and crash into the apron before dropping to the outside mat.



Abismo stables himself on his feet before rising to the top ropes and keeping his balance on the top buckle. Ultimo Dragon is unaware of his opponent’s position on the much higher platform as he plans on jumping. Asai rises to his feet and turns causing his opponent to fling himself into the air gaining a huge amount of height before crashing into his opponent with force. Both men crash to the floor but Ultimo Dragon breaks Negro’s fall. The Flying Crossbody is completed causing the many fans in the Dome to rise to there feet in applause and some with stomps to the ground. Ultimo Dragon’s head crashes with the mat which doesn’t protect the floor as much as he would like. Negro gradually makes it to his feet as the referee reaches the count of 8. The Luchador pulls his masked opponent to a vertical base and pushes him into the squared circle from under the bottom rope. Ultimo is still in serious pain from the Crossbody so remains on the floor as soon as he touches the canvass. Negro uses this to his advantage as he hops to the apron taking a tight grasp of the top rope. The thousands in attendance watch as Negro jumps high into the air uses the ropes to his advantage as he flips forward and completes a senton bomb styles drop to the chest of his immobile opponent.



The Halo is completed to perfection as applause soon follows. Negro rolls to his feet after the move widely used by the late Eddie Guerrero. The Luchador pulls Ultimo by the head to a vertical base quickly connecting with a left hand to the side of the face before pulling off a toe kick to the gut. Negro quickly hooks both the arms of Ultimo Dragon behind his back before forcing him into the air falling backwards all the while. Ultimo goes crashing into the canvass with force as his arms can’t soften his fall as they are hooked from his opponent. The Double Underhook Suplex is completed to perfection as Asia stumbles to his feet in a state of reaction. Dragon’s current state has Negro connecting with a knee to the gut with ease as he locks the head in a face lock.


He drapes the arm before catching the right leg. He knows he needs to pull this suplex off well and does as he completes the bridge on the follow up. The arena rise to there feet to catch a better view with some of the younger fans jumping to on the balls of there feet. The Bridging Fisherman Suplex is completed as Ultimo Dragon’s shoulders are pinned tightly to the floor. The referee drops to the floor and makes the first count as all eyes are glued to the canvass and the shoulder of Asai




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Ultimo Dragon manages to push is right leg which was hooked so much that Negro lost his grasp causing the bridge to break and the shoulders of Ultimo to leave the ground. The referee holds up two fingers to the disappointment of Abismo Negro. Negro and Ultimo Dragon rise in unison but to the surprise of most its Ultimo who connects with the first attack by dodging a right hand from Negro and reverting to an inzigure kick to the back of the head. The boot of Ultimo crashes with the skull of his opponent causing him to crash to the floor in a heap. The arena watch as Negro holds his head for dear life rubbing it in a desperate plea to stop the thudding pain that consumes his skull. Ultimo Dragon recoups whilst his opponent lays motionless on the floor before Negro makes it to a vertical base.



Ultimo connects with a toe kick to the gut before locking Abismo in a standing head scissors. Dragon clutches the waist with might and forces his opponent onto his shoulders in a powerbomb position. All he needs to do is complete the drop but this is a lot more difficult that first planned as Negro connects with multiple shots to the skull causing the masked Japanese born athlete to stumble back and forth. Ultimo’s grip on the thighs loosens with the shots to the head become more brutal. Negro uses this to his advantage as he pushes off the head and lands on his feet. Ultimo turns in confusion as his opponent remains on his feet alert and ready. The arena watch as Negro connects with instant chop to the chest followed by an Irish whip into the ropes. Ultimo Dragon runs off with pace causing more force into the impending Spinning Heel Kick from Abismo Negro.



The Luchador’s heels cracks with the head of Dragon causing him to drop to his back holding his head for dear life. The move is pulled off well as Negro rolls to his feet watching over his opponent who jerks up and down on the canvass. Negro uses this to his advantage and begins to the climb the ropes. He reaches the top with time to spare as Ultimo remains beaten on the mat. Abismo sums up his options before finally deciding on what to do. He takes one last breath before diving into the air flipping beautifully whilst cocking his head forward. He immediately tucks it back to his chest as he drops onto his opponent back first. The Senton Bomb is completed to perfection as the shoulders and back of Negro crash with the chest of his opponent causing him to gasp for breath. Negro immediately makes the cover by hooking the right leg and putting pressure on the chest. The official drops to the floor as the thousands in attendance watch the shoulders of Ultimo with intent.




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Once again Ultimo Dragon kicks out causing the referee to stop the count at two. Negro wrenches at his mask in frustration before gradually making it to his feet pulling his opponent by the head with him. Negro looks for a right hand which connects trying to follow up with a left. Ultimo does well to block the second shot but Abismo is too quick with the third. It takes Asai by surprise as he stumbles backwards before his opponent jumps off his feet and connects with a standing dropkick to the collar bone. The two feet of the Luchador crash into his opponent with force as Ultimo Dragon falls into the ropes. Dragon clutches the ropes to make sure he doesn’t fall and it helps until Negro comes charging towards him. Ultimo is too stunned to move but Negro turns a little to his right whilst running before completing missing him and jumping though the middle and top ropes. He grasp onto the ropes and turns in mid air completing a Tiger Feint Kick straight into the back of Ultimo Dragon. Ultimo stumbles forward in pain but remains standing never the less!



Abismo remains on the apron whilst clutching the top rope, he soon launches off the apron and lands well on the top rope quickly spring boarding of and turning whilst in mid air. Ultimo remains standing his in position as before with his back turned to his opponent. The spring board came too fast for him to move hence he get hit with the diving spinning heel kick. The arena rise to there feet in unison as the move is pulled off to perfection. The heel off Abismo Negro crashes into the back of Ultimo Dragon’s skulls causing him to crash face first into the mat. Negro rolls to his feet looking extremely pleased through his mask as the fans applaud his efforts with the Spring Board Spinning Heel Kick. Ultimo Dragon grasps his head in agony whilst kicking the canvass with his feet. He is soon turned by Negro who immediately makes the cover whilst hooking the right leg and letting his body rest on the chest.




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The Tokyo Dome shakes with the thousands of feet stomping the ground as Negro looks up into the air in blatant disappointment. He knew he was so close to reaching the semi finals, causing him to lose his concentration. He then begins to argue with the referee about a slow count before ditching his attempt and getting back to the match. The Luchador gives his opponent a much needed rest before he pulls him by the head to a vertical base. Negro connects with right forearm to the face before locking in a front face lock and draping the arm soon after. He takes a good hand full of the tights before pulling his opponent up vertically in a suplex position. This doesn’t last long as Ultimo pushes off the shoulders and is released from his opponents grasps. Negro stands in confusion as his referee lands behind him perfectly on his feet.



Negro doesn’t have time to turn as his right hand is taken and drapes across his chest with his left soon following. His arms act as a straight jacket preventing Abismo from fighting back. Ultimo knows his time is limited however and without another moments thought he forced his opponent into the air before pulling backwards. Ultimo remains clutching onto the arms whilst his opponents shoulders crash violently into the ground! The Aztec Suplex is completed to perfection as Ultimo Dragon also manages to complete the bridge. Negro’s shoulders stick to the floor whilst the referee drops to the mat gaining a good view before making the first count





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Once again the Dome is filled with stomps as Abismo manages to push off his shoulders and stop the count at two. He pushes hard enough to land on his front as Ultimo’s bridge breaks and he lands fine on his back. Both men take a moment to catch there breaths before raising in unison, reacting on autopilot both men look for the first offensive move. Asai is the first to connect with a right hook to the jaw causing his opponent to stumble backwards. Ultimo uses this to his advantage as he connects with a kick to the thigh followed by another and then another turning to each leg in reaction to the last.



Negro stands groaning in pain before Ultimo finally spins into the air and connects with a spin kick to the gut. Negro crouches forward in pain clutching his gut before dropping to his knees gasping for breath all the while. The multiple kick combo made famous by Ultimo are perfected well as Asai plans on what to do next. His opponent remains on his knees but now falls to his hands as well. The La Magistral looks imminent but surprisingly it isn’t as Ultimo Dragon connects with a stiff kick straight to the gut followed by another. On the second Abismo rolls to his stomach trying desperately to find gulps of breath whilst groaning in agony! The arena watch with intent as Ultimo pulls his opponent to a vertical base before connecting with a European upper cut.




The Luchador’s head and neck snap back with the force of the cut giving his opponent a chance to capitalize. He does as he pulls off a toe kick to the gut followed by a standing head scissors. Ultimo grasps the waist before forcing his opponent onto his shoulders, Asai immediately begin to run forward picking up a steady pace before launching his opponent to the floor whilst Asai himself drops into a sit out position. The arena rise to there feet as Ultimo Dragon completes the Running Sit Out Powerbomb to perfection with Abismo Negro crashing onto his shoulders. Obviously it’s Negro’s shoulders that take the brunt of the pain making it even more difficult once his opponent pins him to the floor immediately after the running powerbomb was completed. The thousands in attendance remain on there feet sensing the end as the referee drops to the floor and makes the first count.





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The arena cheer there hearts out as the right shoulder of Ultimo Dragon raises from the canvass causing the count to stop to two. Ultimo Dragon falls to his back and pushes the legs of his opponent away to the right hand side causing his opponent to roll to his stomach whilst breathing heavily. The arena watch as Ultimo Dragon finally makes it to a vertical base gradually followed by his opponent. Asai makes the first move by looking for a right hand which is blocked by Abismo who connects on the follow up with a right of his own. Ultimo stumbles backward holding his face before he is picked up off his feet and slammed immediately to the ground. The scoop slam is completed by Negro as Ultimo Dragon arches his back in pain. The Luchador immediately walks towards the turnbuckle and begins to climb looking for another high risk manoeuvre in hope that he can finish the match. The thousands in attendance watch as Ultimo rises to his feet whilst his opponent looks to stable himself on the top ropes. Asai strikes and sweeps the legs of his opponent causing Negro to fall hard on his rear where he stays gasping for breath. Ultimo follows up by climbing to the top rope whilst placing his hands on the shoulders of Abismo. The Hurricarana looks imminent as Ultimo Dragon jumps into the air with his legs stretched out before landing on the shoulders of his opponent. He falls backwards in hope of completing the move but this doesn’t come to fruition.



Dragon doesn’t tighten his legs around the neck tight enough causing his opponent who is clutching onto the buckle to remain where he was. Ultimo in the mean time goes crashing face first into the canvas as the fans watch with intent for what will become of this reversal. Asai rolls to his back trying to limit the contact with his face as Abismo stands on the top ropes. He balances well and without another second wasted he launches into the air completing the Frog Splash and crashing into his opponent chest. Ultimo gasps for breath as Negro immediately clutches the right leg hooking it tightly and letting his own weight rest on that of his opponents. The arena stand on the balls of there feet as the referee drops down to get the best view of the shoulders, once he has he begins the first count in which Negro hopes will be three



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Once again the fans stomp there feet as they can’t believe the will in which both competitors have to keep going. Abismo rolls to his back in frustration whilst clutching his ribs, he knows he landed hard on them when he completed the Frog Splash but sucked up the pain to make the quick cover. Both men remain on the floor breathing heavily and sweating profusely before rising at the referee’s count of 13.




Negro looks for the quick lariat as soon as he rises but is ducked by Ultimo who looks for the back kick to the gut. It connects as Negro bends forward clutching his stomach before he is Irish whipped into the turnbuckle. Abismo runs into the buckle with force as his head and neck snaps back. Asai runs towards him looking for a lariat but Negro reacts well pushing off the top ropes and forcing both feet into the face of Ultimo. Asai stumbles backwards in pain as it was his own pace that created force into the kick.



Negro runs towards him in hope of connecting with a lariat himself which he does as his outstretched arm crashes with the neck of Asai causing him to drop to his back on the floor. Abismo sees his chance and takes it, not before measuring up the position of his opponent. With the size right he runs towards the ropes before spring boarding off the second performing a back flip in mid air and landing straight onto the knees of Ultimo Dragon. The Spring Board Moonsault causes Negro to clutch his gut in pain whilst stumbling to his feet. Asai knows he did well to reverse the move as he rises to a vertical base. His opponent turns straight into a three quarter face lock from Ultimo Dragon before he himself performs a back flip this time without the help of the ropes. Abismo is powerless to do a thing as his opponent turns the three quarter face lock into an inverted DDT causing his Negro to crash violently into the mat. The back of Abismo’s head crashes with the mat with force as the deadly finishing manoeuvre of Ultimo Dragon is completed…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. The Asai DDT!



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Winner – Ultimo Dragon – Via Pinfall




















Quarter Final Results-








Kid Kash vs. Tajiri
Winner: Tajiri
Match Finish : Buzzsaw Kick








Rey Mysterio vs. Jamie Noble
Winner: Jamie Noble
Match Finish: Avalanche Brain Buster








Psicosis vs. Matt Hardy
Winner: Matt Hardy
Match Finish: Top Rope Twist Of Fate










Ultimo Dragon vs. Abismo Negro
Winner: Ultimo Dragon
Match Finish: Asai DDT














Semi Finals-


















Jamie Noble vs. Tajiri









Jamie Noble
Height: 5ft 7in
Weight: 170lb
Trained by: Dean Malenko, Bill Weaver
Company: WWE Unleash The Fury







Tajiri:
Weight: 209lb
Height: 5ft 9in
Trained by: Kendo Nagasaki, Bill DeMott, Ricky Santana
Debut: 1994
Company: WWE: Survivor Series









MATCH









Both men look ready and set for there matches whilst they are being searched for any illegal objects concealed in there tights or attire. Both are found clean yet again as the official signals the bell. Both men begin to circle the ring keeping there arms limber before hooking up. Tajiri breaks it up with a kick to the thigh but doesn’t follow up as he cautiously walks backwards. Noble spits before circling once again before Noble runs with pace towards his opponent! Tajiri ducks the impending lariat and immediately connects with a back kick to the gut followed by an Irish whip into the ropes. Jamie runs off with pace straight into a standing dropkick to the chest, The Japanese Buzzsaw gained great height from the kick as Noble drops to the ground. Tajiri rises to his feet soon followed from his shaken opponent. The Japanese star connects with a toe kick to the gut followed by a face lock before draping the arm over the shoulders soon completing the Snap Suplex.




The ex ROH star arches his back in pain as he tries to limit the contact with the ground. It’s quickly pinned to the floor as Tajiri makes the cover by putting pressure on the shoulders and letting his body rest on the chest. The arena don’t expect much but pay attention none the less as the referee makes the count


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Noble easily raises both shoulders off the ground but is the foundation for a head lock from The Japanese Buzzsaw who makes sure that his right arm wraps tightly around the head of his opponent. His strategy is simple, slow down your opponent early on in the match so to keep him at a disadvantage throughout the match. The blood slowly drains from the head of Noble as his head is tightened like a vice over a walnut. The headlock submission is pulled off well and is kept tight for over two minutes before Tajiri finally releases the head. Noble remains on the canvass on his rear end as his opponent rises to a vertical base. Tajiri sees his opponent’s position and strikes with a stiff kick to the back causing Noble to cringe in pain. He makes it to his feet soon after making sure he can’t get hit with another one of those brutal kicks again. This isn’t the case however as Tajiri connects with a kick to the thigh followed by a toe kick to the gut.




Noble crouches forward grasping his gut before his head is caught in a front face lock. The arm is soon draped and the tights are gripped with might as Tajiri looks for a vertical suplex. The move is pulled off well as Tajiri keeps his opponent up vertically for over 5 seconds before Jamie pushes off the shoulders and turns falling to his feet and landing well. Tajiri turns in confusion straight into a toe kick followed by a spinning neck breaker. The Japanese Buzzsaw’s neck spins violently around before the back of his head meets the shoulder of Noble. Tajiri jerks up as soon as his head connects grasping so tightly he can almost touch his skull. Noble takes a moment before rising to his feet and is soon followed by his opponent. Jamie is the first to act as he connects with a right hand to the face quickly followed by a toe kick to the gut. Tajiri is the one locked in a face lock this time as Noble looks for the vertical suplex. He does well as he keeps his opponent up vertically for over 5 seconds before dropping to his back causing Tajiri to crash violently into the mat back first.



The pain is felt immediately for Tajiri as he remains immobile on the floor. Noble uses this to lock the leg in an Achilles tendon hold to save him some time and keep his opponent still. The move causes more damage as the minutes pass by whilst Tajiri keeps making sure his shoulders don’t remain on the floor for too long. Noble is merciless as he wrenches at the leg keeping his grasp tight whilst screaming at his opponent to tap. Tajiri knows he needs to move and move quickly towards the ropes and gives it his best try by jerking up and down on his shoulders. The pushing up off the back is made easier as the pain begins to worsen. The fans watch with anticipation as Noble watches over his struggling opponent. Tajiri does well however as with more than two minutes in the Achilles Tendon Hold Submission he manages to grasp the bottom rope to save him from tapping or passing out. Noble finally releases the leg after the referee threatens to call the bell. He makes it to his feet and stomps on the right leg from which he was once grasping. Tajiri stumbles to his feet with help from the ropes but is immediately hit with a toe kick to the gut followed by an Irish whip into the ropes. Tajiri runs off the ropes with pace straight into a drop toe hold from his opponent. Noble did well to wait until the last minute before dropping to the canvass making sure to keep his opponent and the fans guessing.




Tajiri’s face crashes with the mat as his right leg is taken yet again but this time it’s used to pull off a single legged Boston crab. The submission is tightly applied as Jamie Noble rests on the thigh and back of The Japanese Buzzsaw. The move is felt immediately for Tajiri as he groans in pain. His leg is nearly wrenched from its socket whilst his back is forced into ways it shoulders. The spinal cord takes the brunt of the pain as Tajiri tries to make it to the ropes yet again. The task is even harder however this time as now he needs to push with his hands whilst his opponent rests on his back. The fans watch with intent some even rise to see if the Japanese athlete can continue whilst some scream chants of encouragement for the national hero. Tajiri shows his stamina as he last the first minute and a half of the move whilst steadily making it to his salvation. He knows he’s close as he stretches his right arm out to it’s full and is only inches away from touching the ropes. He can smell the sweat smell of salvation until his opponent grasps his leg even tighter and rises from his back, pulling him by the leg back into the middle of the ring. Tajiri sees the ropes fading like a mirage in a desert. The future looks bleak for the Japanese Buzzsaw but he remains strong whilst the referee frequently asks him if he wants to submit.



His answer is always the same even when he pushes forward again not letting the set back stop him from reaching the ropes. Noble knows he’s moving fast and makes a bold move!



The ex ROH start releases the leg taking Tajiri by surprise and lets it drop to the floor. As soon as it drops Noble drops an elbow…..Straight into the back of Tajiri’s head. The elbow of the Noble is driven into the back of his opponents head before Jamie grasps the right arm of his opponent and holds it to his side. Whilst he does this he forces his right leg into the side of Tajiri’s head as he tries desperately to force the shoulder and arm to separate. The move is drastic and eccentric but does its job of keeping Tajiri immobile and forces him to feel even more pain. The fans watch as Noble doesn’t stick to one body part, whatever has feeling he manipulates and manipulates well. The referee checks once again if Tajiri want to submit but he doesn’t he remains strong throughout the submission. Finally Noble releases the arm and uses his leg to reach a vertical base. Tajiri remains on the floor until he is pulled to his feet by the head thanks to his opponent who quickly connects with a forearm to the face. Tajiri stumbles backwards before he is hit with a knee to the gut, whilst Noble pushes the head forward causing more force into the attack. Jamie quickly pulls his opponent onto his shoulders whilst he is in this terrible state.




The Fireman Carry keeps Tajiri in trouble as his opponent waits for the right time to move. Tajiri waists in a daze on the shoulders off his opponent before he is pushed into the air whilst his opponent drops to his back and pushes up his knees! Tajiri lands straight onto the knees causing him to gasp for breath as he rolls to his back in pain. The Fireman Carry into a double knee gut buster has the fans applauding Noble before he makes the cover by hooking the left leg and putting pressure on the shoulders. Tajiri looks in trouble as the referee makes the first count




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The Japanese Buzzsaw shows his stamina by raising his left shoulder off the canvass causing the count to stop at two. Noble looks up in frustration before rising to his feet pulling his opponent by the head as he does so causing him to rise to a vertical base! Tajiri doesn’t look in the best of states as Jamie connects with a right hand to the face causing the Japanese born athlete to stumble backwards. Noble connects with a toe kick to the gut causing Tajiri to crouch forward clutching his gut in pain. The arena watch as Noble hooks both arm behind the back of Tajiri before forcing him into the air. Tajiri flips forward before being pushed onto the knee of Noble. The Double Underhook Backbreaker is competed to perfection as the back of Tajiri is impaled over the knee.



The Japanese Buzzsaw looks in distress as he rolls to the canvass whilst trying to limit the contacts with him back. Noble adds salt into the womb as he spring into the air gaining quite some height from the floor before crashing back down with a knee to the small of the back. Tajiri groans in agony whilst doing his best to massage the back, this doesn’t help in the least. Instead Tajiri rises to his feet to fight though the pain that consumes his kidneys and back. Noble has the advantage and has from the start of the match but this time Tajiri comes back with all guns blazing. He connects with kick to the thigh after his opponent looks for a right hand and missed. The Buzzsaw then looks for a toe kick to the gut connecting and following up with a front face lock. Noble is taken by surprise by the sudden barrage of attacks as are the crowd as they cheer and rise to there feet with smiles firmly stuck to there faces.




Tajiri drapes the arm and grasps the tights and with a rush of energy he forces his opponent up into the air. Noble remains vertical for over 4 seconds before Tajiri drops in a sit down position and rams his opponent face first into the canvass. The sit out front suplex is pulled off to perfection as Noble grasps his nose in pain. The Japanese Buzzsaw rises to his feet and connects with a leg drop to the throat causing Jamie to gasp for breath. Tajiri knows he’s pulled the match around especially after being locked in on submission after submission after his opponent. He doesn’t want to get complacent however and pulls his opponent to a vertical before connecting with a toe kick to the gut. The standing head scissors is soon locked in before Tajiri grasps the waist and forces his opponent onto his shoulders in a powerbomb position.



Noble doesn’t have time to react as his opponent drops down to his knees and forced Jamie back and shoulders first into the mat. The powerbomb is pulled off well as Noble arches his back in pain as soon as he meets the canvass. Tajiri immediately makes the cover but leaves the legs free instead he puts more pressure on the shoulders and chest as the referee drops to the floor to make the count.



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The ex ROH star raises his left shoulder off the canvass stopping the count at two to the disappointment of Tajiri. He doesn’t linger on the close count however instead he rises to his feet and pulls his opponent with him. Noble fights back straight away with a right hand which is blocked by Tajiri who follows up with a straight kick to the gut! Tajiri then turns to one side of his opponent and hooks his leg with his opponents before forcing Noble to one side; at this point he traps his opponents arm by using his own before draping his free leg over the head of Jamie.



The move is pulled o pretty quickly considering the body parts he has to focus on as the Octopus Stretch is completed. The Japanese Buzzsaw uses his free arm to keep balance as his opponent groans in agony. The referee quickly check Jamie Noble for if he wants to submit but Noble is resilient to give up. Tajiri stretches even more even using his free arm to punch the abdomen causing even more pain and strain to Jamie Noble! Finally Tajiri releases Noble from the constraints of the Octopus Stretch. The Japanese Buzzsaw get back to work as he hooks both arm quickly behind the back of his opponent before forcing him into the air and completing the Double Underhook Suplex. The back of Jamie takes the brunt of the pain as his hands are hooked preventing him from softening the drop. Tajiri hooks the right leg soon after pinning the shoulders to the ground as the fans stay alert and watch with intent. The referee quickly drops to the floor and makes the count as Noble remains immobile on the floor whilst sweating profusely.




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Once again Noble kicks out as his opponent looks up into the air in disappointment. He slowly rises to his feet and drags his opponent with him immediately connecting with a right forearm to the face followed by an Irish whip into the ropes. Noble runs into the ropes but clutches them tightly stopping him from rebounding off. Tajiri begins to run towards him with pace as his opponent bends forward in hope of tossing his opponent over the ropes. Tajiri suddenly stops sensing the plan and quickly connects with a straight kick to the collar bone.




Noble shoots up in pain before his opponent connects with a standing dropkick to the chest. The force of the two feet of Tajiri crashing into the chest of Noble causes him to fall over the top ropes and crash onto the apron before landing hard on the outside mat. He gradually raises to his feet as Tajiri sizes him up. Without another word spoken Tajiri suddenly pulls off a Cartwheel in the middle of the ring moving towards his opponent who stands in confusion outside of the ring. After Tajiri finishes the cartwheel he ends up close to the ropes, with the spring of the move he jumps into the air gaining great height and jumping over the ropes before flipping forward and crashing into his opponent. The arena rise to there feet in cheers of excitement as some stomp there feet with joy. The Cartwheel Somersault Plancha is completed to perfection as Tajiri crashes with the shoulders of Noble. Both men remain on the floor looking in pain but with Noble looking the worse of the two. The referee begins the count and reaches 12 before Tajiri makes it to a vertical base.




The Japanese Buzzsaw pulls his opponent up and pushes him into the ring before he hops onto the apron. Noble gradually makes it to his feet but takes some time giving his opponent the chance to climb the turnbuckle. Tajiri makes it to the top ropes and stables himself well. Tajiri waits patiently for his opponent to turn before he springs into the air connecting with a Missile Dropkick to the chest. The two feet of The Japanese Buzzsaw crash with the collar bone of Jamie Noble causing him to crash hard to the floor. The move is pulled off well as Tajiri scrambles to make the cover, he does and in pretty good time as he hooks the right leg and puts pressure on the shoulders. The arena pays quick attention to the shoulders of Noble as the referee makes the first count of what Tajiri hopes will be three.




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The Tokyo Dome is filled with stomps of excitement as the left shoulder of Jamie Noble manages to raise of the canvass stopping the count at two. Tajiri knows he was only a fraction of a second away from winning the match and looks up at the referee to make sure he didn’t make a mistake. He slowly rises to his feet soon after and connects with a stomp to the chest before forcing his opponent to a vertical base. Tajiri signals it’s over before connecting with a toe kick to the gut followed by a front face lock. The arena watch with great vision as The Japanese Buzzsaw forces his opponent up into a vertical position as the suplex is held tight by Tajiri. Tajiri shows his strength as he keeps his opponent in the air for over 5 seconds.




Noble is helpless as Tajiri’s muscles bulge with the intense weight he has to hold up. Then with a sudden drop the head of Noble drops straight into the mat with a huge amount of force as the Brainbuster is completed. The fans rise to there feet sensing the three count as Noble drops to his back looking in a huge amount of pain. He remains motionless however but his face tells one story. Tajiri looks to have the contest won and he knows it as he places his back over the chest of Noble as the pin is made. The referee drops to the floor before making the count all eyes on his and Noble.




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The arena erupts into cheers from all ages as the right shoulder of Noble somehow manages to rise from the canvass. Tajiri is pushes to his rear as he sits stunned and wondering what the hell he has to do to put his opponent away. The arena rise to there feet sensing something drastic from Tajiri as he slowly rises to his feet. He soon pulls his opponent with him and connects with a right hand to the face before connecting with scoop slam. The back of Noble crashes with the mat as he remains immobile on the floor. Tajiri sizes him up before running towards the ropes and jumping to the second before spring boarding off and completing a back flip. The arena watches as the Springboard Moonsault is completed straight into the knees of Noble. The gut of The Japanese Buzzsaw crashes with the knees of Jamie as he tries to protect himself from the impending Moonsault. It also acts as an offensive move as Tajiri groans in pain clutching his stomach all the while.



Noble and Tajiri slowly rise in unison a while after but it’s Noble who connects first with a right hand to the face followed by a toe kick to the gut. Noble reacts fast and quickly clutches the head in a front face lock before dropping to the canvass back first and ramming his opponent head into the mat. The DDT is completed as the head of Tajiri meets the ground with force, the momentum of the move sending him to his back as he clutches his skull with might. Noble slowly makes the cover in hope that he can get the three count. The referee drops to the floor and makes the count




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Tajiri kicks out to the stomps of the crowd as Noble rolls to his back breathing heavily and wondering if he can keep going in this match. He does as he slowly rises to his feet and pulls his opponent by the head with him before connecting with a forearm to the face. This causes Tajiri to stumble backwards before being hit with a hard left to the jaw. Noble grasps the right arm before Irish whipping his opponent hard into the turnbuckle. The head and neck snap back with the force of the move as Noble runs towards him connecting with running high knee to the chest. Tajiri gasps for breath as his opponent pushes him up to the top rope. Noble follows him and stables himself on the second before connecting with another right hand to the face. The thousands in attendance watch as Tajiri grasps the head in a face lock before draping the arm but before he can rise to the top ropes Tajiri fights back with rights to the abdomen. Noble begins to release his opponent from the face lock as he tries to knock Tajiri senseless with rights to the face. He connects twice before Tajiri spits Green Mist into his eyes!



The arena watch as some on the south side of the dome realise the vile green substance in the eyes of Noble. Jamie can’t fall backwards as his opponent jumps over him completing the sunset flip before locking in a body scissors and forcing his opponent shoulders first into the mat as the Sunset Flip Powerbomb is completed!!!





The arena rises in unison as the move is completed the referee doesn’t notice the green eyes of Noble as The Japanese Buzzsaw makes the cover. The official drops to the floor and stares only at the shoulders as he makes the cover. All the eyes in the Dome are on him!



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The Dome erupts into cheers as the third and final count is made. Tajiri wins with a little help from the Green Mist as the Sunset Flip Powerbomb sees him picking up the three count. The WWE: Survivor Series star raises to his feet a smile on his face whilst the green substance drips from his mouth. The referee holds up his hand as the winner as Noble rolls out of the squared circle in a sea of rage.





Winner – Tajiri – Via Pinfall















Matt Hardy vs. Ultimo Dragon











Ultimo Dragon:
Height: 5ft 6in
Weight: 185lb
Trained by: Gran Hamada
Debut: 1987
Company: JLA Combat Wrestling







Matt Hardy:
Height: 6ft 1in
Weight: 234lb
Trained by: Dory Funk jr
Debut: 1992
Company: Forever Delayed Does WWE








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Both Ultimo Dragon and Matt Hardy are checked by the referee for any concealed weapons in there tights before the match begin. Both men want to reach the finals of The Super J Cup and plan on doing so as they circle the ring keeping there eyes locked on one another. They hook up with Ultimo quickly grasping the head in a head lock before his opponent pushes forward forcing him into the ropes before pushing him back into the opposing ropes. Ultimo runs off with pace straight into a head lock of Hardy who makes sure not to leave any slack in his arms. The arena watches with glee as Ultimo Dragon connects with an elbow to the gut followed by three more hard shots to the stomach. The pain is felt by Hardy as his grasp on the head weakens with every shot taken. Finally Hardy loosens his grip so much that Ultimo pushes him into the ropes freeing him self from the submission. Hardy runs off the ropes with pace straight into a standing dropkick from his opponent.



Ultimo gains great height as he forces both feet into the chest of his opponent causing him to fall harshly to the floor. Ultimo pounces quickly crossing both legs back and putting his weight on them before pulling on both arms. The submission is a nice variation of the Surfboard as Hardy’s back is stretched violently back whilst his legs are tied down with the weight of his opponent. His spinal cord is bent in ways it shouldn’t as Ultimo looks on with a smile on his face. It turns to a determined expression as Hardy quickly nods away the referee’s shouts of giving up causing Ultimo Dragon to push even further on the arms. The back takes the most punishment from the submission before Ultimo finally releases the arms making the submission obsolete. Dragon doesn’t wait too long to attack as he rises to his feet and connects with a stomp to the back of the head followed by a quick whip snap elbow to the shoulder. Hardy soon rises in hope of getting into this match with an offensive move and does as he blocks a right hand from his opponent and follows up with a right of his own. Hardy soon connects with a toe kick to the gut followed by a front face lock before draping the arm over his neck and shoulders.



With a nice tight grasp of the tights Ultimo is forced into the air with great speed as the Snap Suplex is completed. The back of the JLA star crashes with the mat as he arches it as soon as it connects in a severe reaction of pain. Matt Hardy soon grasps the right leg under his arm before turning his opponent over onto his chest falling sharply down and completing the Single Legged Boston Crab. The submission is perfected well as Hardy rests on the back of his opponent whilst pulling down hard on the leg. This causes a severe amount of pain to the spinal cord of Ultimo Dragon who groans in pain whilst the move is in action. The dull thudding pain turns into a mammoth in comparison as Ultimo tries to make it to the ropes. This is a much harder task as his leg is held high whilst his opponent rests on him with all his weight. Ultimo tries however and does well as he gradually makes his way towards the ropes. Hardy tries and tries to make his opponent tap by falling as far away back as possible in hope that somehow he will make Ultimo Dragon give up.




This doesn’t come to fruition as Ultimo stretches his arm out to the full before grasping the bottom rope. The official forces Hardy to release the leg hence stopping the submission which Hardy sadly does. The ex Hardy Boy quickly drops an elbow to the back of Ultimo Dragon before pulling him to a vertical base by the mask. As soon as he reaches his feet Hardy pulls off a forearm to the face causing the Japanese star to stumble backwards. Hardy uses the length between them to spring into action falling forward and completing the Spinning Heel kick. The heel of Matt forces its way to the head of his masked opponent as the kick is pulled off to perfection. Ultimo falls to the floor grasping his head in pain before both his arms are hooked and he is placed in a body scissors! The submission is made by Hardy simply naming it ………………………Scar!





The arena watch as the submission forces the back of Ultimo to bend violently back causing the masked wrestler to groan in agony. Hardy is relentless as he pushes further and further back causing more damage to the Mexican trained wrestler. The referee doesn’t stop asking Ultimo if he wants to give up but the answer is always the same…………..No! This infuriates Matt Hardy as he tries to fall further back causing more damage to the back but this still doesn’t see Ultimo tapping. Hardy grows inpatient and releases the arms of his opponent making the move less affective. Matt connects with elbows to the back of his opponents head before hooking the arms again completing the submission move once again. Ultimo looks in severe pain even under the confines of his mask as the official looks to see if he gives up.




The answer remains the same as he knows he’s only one three count or submission away from making the final of the Super J Cup. Hardy knows this as well as he releases the arm yet again before connecting with an elbow to the back. This time however when Matt looks to hook the arms again Ultimo stretches the as far forward as he can causing a problem for the ex Hardy Boy. He can’t complete the submission! Hardy tries his best to reach the arms and hook them but Ultimo remains strong and keeps them out of harms way. Matt soon releases the body scissors as Ultimo crawls into a ball in the ring making sure this isn’t a ploy to complete the Scar submission move again. It isn’t as Hardy connects with a stomp to the right arm before stomping yet again with even more might. Ultimo Dragon soon rises to his feet and is hit with a right hand to the face followed by an Irish whip into the ropes.




Ultimo runs off the ropes with pace straight into a standing dropkick from Hardy whose tow feet meet the collar bone of Ultimo with force. The masked wrestler drops to the floor grasping his shoulder before rolling to his feet again. Hardy is ready for him as he connects with a forearm to the face followed by a toe kick to the gut. Ultimo crouches forward in pain before his head is locked in a front face lock followed by his arm being draped over his opponent’s shoulders and neck. Matt Hardy looks for the vertical suplex and manages to push his opponent into the air before Ultimo pushes off the shoulders and lands on his feet behind Matt. The Forever Delayed star doesn’t have time to turn as both arms are locked in a full nelson and in one quick motion Ultimo falls backwards and forces his opponent hard into the mat. The shoulders take the brunt of the pain as the Dragon Suplex is completed!!!



Ultimo even manages to secure the bridge as he pins the shoulders that have taken the beating to the ground with force. The referee drops to the floor as the thousands in attendance rise to there feet to catch the best view. The first count of the semi final match is made as the legs of Matt Hardy shake with fear of losing the match and in hope that the movement will upset the pin




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Matt Hardy manages to push out of the Dragon Suplex Bridge to applause from the fans. Ultimo’s bridge breaks as he drops to the mat back first breathing heavily and wondering what to do next. He rises to his feet in unison with his opponent but it’s Ultimo who strikes first with a knee to the gut followed by a standing head scissors. Dragon quickly clutches the waist with might before forcing his opponent onto his shoulders in a powerbomb position. Matt Hardy reacts well and clenches his tights tightly around the head before pounding his fists into the head of Ultimo causing him to lose balance. Ultimo stumbles back and forth before ultimately falling to his back as a senton position finishes the reversal.




Hardy lands well on his rear on the chest of Ultimo who takes the brunt of the pain on his shoulders and back. Hardy doesn’t stay down to make the cover instead he rises to his feet and drops an immediate leg drop to the throat. Ultimo gasps for breath as he rises to his feet quickly taking a right hook to the face causing the masked wrestler to stumble once again. Hardy takes the hand in his stride before Irish whipping his opponent into the turnbuckle before charging towards him. Dragon reacts well and forces both feet into the face of the running Matt causing him to stumble backwards. The Japanese athlete quickly rises to the top turnbuckle whilst his opponent still stands in a daze. Ultimo needs to react fast and does by quickly diving into the air and completing a Diving Senton!





The shoulders of Ultimo and his back crash into the chest of his opponent causing Hardy to fall back first into the mat with force. The move is pulled off well as Ultimo rolls to his feet filled with adrenalin. His opponent remains immobile on the floor as Ultimo runs towards the ropes quickly hopping to the second before completing a back flip and crashing front first into the chest of the Forever Delayed star. The Springboard Moonsault is completed as stomps fill the Tokyo Dome. The Masked star quickly grasps the right leg and puts pressure on the shoulders as the cover is made. The arena watch with smiles on there faces whilst the referee makes the first count of what Ultimo hopes will be three




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Hardy shows his will to reach the final as he manages to kick out of his opponents pin. The Japanese wrestler looks up into the air in disappointment before taking a harsh grasp of his opponents hair and pulling him to a vertical base. Hardy takes a whilst swing and connects with the ribs of Ultimo followed by another connecting also with the right hand side ribs. Ultimo leaves the head to rise as Hardy connects with a straight kick to the thigh followed by a belly to belly overhead suplex. Ultimo flips forward before crashing harshly into the mat back first causing him to roll to his front to limit the contact with the mat. This doesn’t help when his opponent drops and elbow to the back causing Ultimo to rise to his feet to stop the attack from happening again. Hardy is ready for him as he connects with a uppercut followed by an Irish whip into the ropes.



Ultimo reacts well and instead of falling into the ropes he jumps before he makes contact and completes a back flip. Hardy is ready for him and reacts well as he jumps into the air and completes a standing dropkick to the chest. The Tokyo Dome is filled with stomps as The Springboard Moonsault from Ultimo Dragon is turned into a standing dropkick from his opponent Matt Hardy. The masked athlete clutches his chest and stomach in pain whilst kicking the mat in frustration. Hardy takes control and rolls him to his back before pinning him to the floor. He puts pressure on the shoulders but leaves the legs free to roam as the referee drops to the floor and makes the first count



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Ultimo Dragon has the fans on there feet applauding as he manages to raise his left shoulder off the canvass. Matt looks at the referee to make sure he heard the call right, he holds up three fingers but the referee is adamant it is three. The ex Hardy Boy rises to his feet and pulls his opponent with him. Ultimo pushes out of his grasp and looks for a wild right hand which Hardy does well to duck. The momentum of the swing and Ultimo’s current condition cause him to turn his back on his opponent. Hardy capitalizes and clutches the waist with all he’s got before dropping backwards and forcing his opponent into the air. The German Suplex is completed as is the bridge by Matt Hardy. The shoulders of the JLA star take the brunt of the pain which doesn’t help when you’re being pinned to the floor seconds after. The official drops to the floor to catch the best view of the shoulders before making the first count



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Ultimo kicks out yet again to stomps from the crowd as Hardy beat the canvass with the palm of his hand in frustration. Ultimo Dragon remains motionless on the floor as his opponent rises to his feet and immediately walks through the middle and top ropes to the apron. He soon begins to climb and makes it to the top turnbuckle where he balances well considering how harsh the match has been so far. He finally launches into the air as he looks for the Hardy Leg drop on his opponent. Ultimo reacts well and does just in time as he rolls out of the way from the imposing move. The fans cringe as Matt Hardy drops hard to his rear when he immediately jerks up and down in pain. Ultimo slowly rolls to his feet and meets his opponent with a right hand followed by an Irish whip into the ropes.



Hardy runs off with pace as his opponent drops to the floor and catches the right legs completing a drop toe hold. The face of Hardy crashes with the canvass with might as his opponent pounces and grasps the right arm. He turns around in a full circle before flipping forward in one smooth motion turning his opponent in the mean time as the La Magistral Cradle is completed. The right arm of Matt Hardy acts as a lever against himself as the thousands in attendance scream in excitement. The referee drops to the floor and makes the cover as the legs of Matt Hardy shake in hope of kicking out in time. This will be a hard task as many know the La Magistral has caused Jushin Liger the J Crown and won Ultimo the IWGP Title many times in the past. The referee makes the first count



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Matt Hardy manages to kick out to the fans surprise; they like this surprise however and stomp there feet to the ground. Ultimo rises to his feet in anger of not getting the three count but vents his frustration with a toe kick to the gut as soon as his opponent reaches a vertical base. Ultimo follows up with a straight kick to the thigh followed with the opposing thigh before connecting with a spin kick to the gut. The Ultimo Dragon Kick Combo is completed as his opponent crouches forward in pain. His head is quickly clutched in a front face lock as he soon drapes the arm before forcing his opponent into the air in a vertical suplex position before dropping him face down into the ropes. Hardy lands on his gut as he is stranded on the ropes. Ultimo Dragon quickly runs into the ropes on the right hand side of the ones Hardy is stranded on. The masked wrestler springboards off the second ropes and completed the moonsault again before landing on the shoulders of his opponent who is forced off the ropes and onto the canvass. The arena rise to there feet in applause as if the match took place in ECW the chants of “Holy Shit” would be going strong. Ultimo takes a moment to gather his thoughts before rising to his feet and looking over his fallen opponent. Hardy remains motionless on the floor as his masked opponent rises to the top ropes of the turnbuckle. Ultimo takes a moment to stable himself on the narrow ledge from which he has to perform. Hardy is still on his back as Ultimo turns on the ring and completes a Moonsault before turning 180 degrees and rotating his body to perfection landing like he had completed the normal moonsault but the fans know otherwise………………..The Cancun Tornado is completed.




The Corkscrew Moonsault to some causes the fans to stomps the ground with might as Matt Hardy gasps for breath. Ultimo Dragon beautiful feat of athleticism is followed by the cover. He doesn’t hook the leg instead he concentrates on putting pressure on the shoulders and letting his body rest on the chest of his opponent. The referee drops to the floor and makes the cover making sure to keep a close eye on the legs of Hardy as both competitors are situated by the ropes. The fans hold there breath and wait




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The Tokyo Dome nearly implodes with the sounds of cheers as the right shoulder of Mat Hardy is forced off the canvass causing the referee’s count to stop at 2. Ultimo Dragon looks up into the air knowing he was only a fraction of a second away from the three count. The fans stomps on the ground don’t die down as Ultimo Dragon slowly makes it to his feet. His opponent remains on the floor so he grasps his hair and pulls him to his feet. Hardy comes to life all of a sudden taking the fans and Ultimo by surprise. The ex Hardy Boy connects with a toe kick to the gut followed by a front face lock with the left arm. It’s not long before Hardy turns with his other arm and locks in the cutter! The move is completed the perfection and the arena know what it is as the head of Ultimo crashes with the shoulder of his opponent. The Twist Of Fate is completed….The finishing move of Mat Hardy. Ultimo Dragon rolls to his back clutching his forehead and seeing stars. Hardy takes a moment to recoup before turning slowly and placing his right arm over the chest of his masked opponent. Every single person in the Tokyo Dome is on there feet as the official drops to the floor and makes the count




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The fans are in ecstasy as somehow, someway Ultimo Dragon manages to raise his right shoulder off the canvass stopping the count moments away from the three count. Matt Hardy rolls to his back once again breathing heavily and wondering if he can actually win this man. The referee begins the count and reaches 9 before both men rise to there feet in unison both looking in a bad way. Matt Hardy takes a wild swing of the right hand and misses with the momentum of the swing causing him to turn his back on Ultimo. The JLA star strikes by hooking both arms from behind and placing his palm flat on the back before falling backwards and slamming his opponent shoulders first into the mat. The Tiger Suplex is completed to perfection as Ultimo Dragon even manages to bridge the back. The shoulders take the brunt of the pain for Hardy as they are pinned soon after. The arena is glued to the action in the ring as they wonder if this could end the epic Semi Final match. The referee drops to the floor and makes the count as the suplex made famous by Tiger Mask is in process!




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The fans can’t believe it as the Japanese and American Commentators go crazy on there mic’s! Somehow Matt Hardy managed to raise his shoulders off the canvass by pushing up with held from his legs. The bridge is broken as Ultimo falls to the flat of his back. The arena filled with cheers as the tension in the ring could be cut with a knife.



Both men once again remain on the floor sweating profusely until they make it to there feet. It’s Ultimo who rises first but is soon followed by his courageous opponent! Ultimo turns him with a right hand and quickly grasps the waist in hope of a German Suplex! Hardy reacts superbly well and flips backwards managing to land on his feet. Ultimo stands in confusion before a and creeps onto his thigh and forces him to the floor as the roll up is completed by Hardy. The arena suddenly come to the attention of the sudden pin and rise in unison with there mouths hung wide




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Ultimo Dragon manages to push out of the roll up with so much force that he rolls backwards to his feet. Hardy it still on his hands and knees from the kick out as Ultimo quickly grasps the right arm and turns. The fluency of the move is up to par as Ultimo flips forward and completes a second La Magistral Cradle to the excitement of the crowd. The referee suddenly drops to the floor and makes the cover as the Dome is filled with scream of excitement!



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Suddenly Ultimo Dragon is turned to his shoulders as Matt Hardy hooks both arms with his legs and forces Ultimo into a pinning combination. The La Magistral is reversed!!!!





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The Tokyo Dome nearly explodes with the sounds of cheers as Matt Hardy gets the three count over his opponent. The arena is filled with screams as Hardy stumbles to his feet his face baring a wide smile. Ultimo Dragon drops to his knees in shock as he thought he had the match won with his patented cradle. After Hardy’s hand is raised as the winner Ultimo Dragon holds out a hand which Hardy shakes. Hardy knows he’s off to the final of the Super J Cup his opponent the Japanese Buzzsaw….Tajiri!!









Winner – Matt Hardy – Via Pinfall

















Semi Final results –






Jamie Noble vs. Tajiri
Winner: Tajiri
Match Finish: Green Mist followed by a Sunset Flip Powerbomb






Ultimo Dragon vs. Matt Hardy
Winner: Matt Hardy
Match Finish: Reversal of the La Magistral












The 2006 Super J Cup Final













Matt Hardy vs. Tajiri








Matt Hardy:
Height: 6ft 1in
Weight: 234lb
Trained by: Dory Funk jr
Debut: 1992
Company: Forever Delayed Does WWE








Tajiri:
Weight: 209lb
Height: 5ft 9in
Trained by: Kendo Nagasaki, Bill DeMott, Ricky Santana
Debut: 1994
Company: WWE: Survivor Series








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The atmosphere is electric as the Super J Cup final is finally here. Tajiri representing his company WWE: Survivor Series and Hardy Forever Delayed Does WWE! Each fans in the sell out Tokyo Dome is on the edge of there seats waiting for this epic match to begin. The arena is begging the referee to start the match but he checks both men before he signals the bell. Tajiri has had the longer rest but Hardy had time to recuperate as there was a half an hour break before the final. This doesn’t take away his bruises however as the bell finally ring to start the 2006 Super J Cup final!




Both men circle the ring keeping there eyes locked on one another. They hook up with Tajiri quickly grasping the head and turning completing a snap mare takedown. Hardy rolls hard to his back but immediately rises to his feet. Tajiri looks for a kick to the gut but is caught by Matt who completes a Dragon Whip takedown. Tajiri feels the pain in his leg but quickly rises to his feet to catch the early advantage in the match. Hardy looks for a lariat which is blocked by Tajiri who follows up with an Irish whip into the ropes after a right hand to the face. The ex Hardy Boy runs off the ropes with pace as his opponent lays flat on the ground. Hardy runs over him into the opposing ropes as The Japanese Buzzsaw wants more pace in the whip.




Hardy runs off as Tajiri bends forward and completes a hip toss. Hardy goes high into the air before landing hard on his back. He immediately feel the pain as he arches his back to limit the contact with the ground. Matt sits on his rear as he tries to forget about the pain in his back this doesn’t happen as Tajiri connects with a stiff kick to the shoulders causing Hardy to roll to his feet in hope that he won’t be attacked again. The Japanese Buzzsaw is ready for him as he connects with an uppercut followed by another Irish whip. Tajiri looks for the hip toss yet again but this time his opponent is ready for him and stops mid way in his runs and locks the face in a head lock. Hardy immediately drops to the floor and forces his opponents head into the mat with force. The DDT is completed as the momentum of the move sees the Japanese athlete rolling to his back. The move made famous by Jake The Snake Roberts is followed by the cover as Matt Hardy hooks the right leg and puts pressure on the shoulders. The referee drops to the floor and makes the first count of the final



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Tajiri manages to kick out of Hardy’s pin as the Forever Delayed star quickly grasps the head in a head lock. Hardy’s plan is simple as he tries to ware down his opponent early on in the match so he can stay in control of the contest. It works well as his opponent is kept immobile on his rear whilst the blood slowly drains away from his head. Tajiri begins to grow dizzy before consciousness seems like an effort. The referee checks if he can keep going which Tajiri says he can. Hardy keeps his arms tight as he makes sure not to keep slack at anytime. The fans urge Tajiri on as they don’t want the final to end this way. The Japanese Buzzsaw reacts to the fans pleas and slowly rises to his feet. He goes to one knee before the other and as Hardy stands in shock the ex ECW star is on his feet. Tajiri connects with an elbow to the gut followed by another and then another.




The arms of Matt Hardy become slack as Tajiri grasps his waist before forcing him into the air before completing the Back Drop Suplex. The shoulders and back of Matt Hardy crash with the canvass as the suplex is pulled off well considering Tajiri’s current state. Hardy stays on the floor along with his opponent until they both rise in unison. The Japanese Buzzsaw looks for a toe kick to the gut but is caught by Hardy. Tajiri reacts well and before Matt can do a thing Tajiri pushes off his free leg and connects with the inzigure kick to the back of the head. The force of Tajiri’s boots as it cracks with the skull of his opponent is sickening as Hardy drops face first into the mat. Tajiri takes a moment to recoup before he pulls his opponent to a vertical base and quickly connects with a right hand to the face followed by a toe kick to the gut. Tajiri takes the head in a face lock before draping the arm over his shoulders and taking a nice grasp of the tights. Tajiri forces his opponent into the air showing his strength before falling back and completing the Vertical Suplex. Hardy’s back takes the brunt of the pain as the suplex is completed to perfection. Tajiri rises to his feet as his opponent remains on the floor.



The Japanese athlete grasps both legs of his opponent before turning him to his chest as the Boston Crab is completed. The submission is completed to perfection as Tajiri forces the back in an inhumane way as he pulls back on the legs. He rests on the lower back of Hardy as he groans in pain whilst trying desperately to make it to the ropes. Gradually the ex Hardy Boy makes it to the ropes as his spinal cord is bent in a violent way. Tajiri screams for him to tap whilst he rests on the back. Matt doesn’t fall to his demands instead he stretches his right arm to its full and grasps the bottom rope. The Boston Crab is forced to be released which Tajiri resiliently does. Tajiri drops to legs to the floor before dropping a knee to the back of his opponent before pulling him to a vertical base. Tajiri connects with a right hand followed by another stiff shot to the head before Irish whipping his opponent into the turnbuckle. Hardy’s head and neck snap back with the force in which he meets the buckle giving Tajiri time to complete the Handspring back elbow smash to the head of Matt.




The elbow of the Japanese Buzzsaw meets the head of his opponent with force giving Tajiri time to push his opponent to the top ropes. Tajiri follows and balances on the top ropes placing his hands on either should of his opponent. The Japanese athlete jumps onto the air placing his legs in a sit out position which land on the shoulder of Hardy. Tajiri clenches them with might whilst falling backwards causing Hardy to flip violently forward to his back. The Top Rope Hurricarana (Frankensteiner) is completed to perfection as the fans clap Tajiri on. The Japanese Buzzsaw falls onto his opponent back first making the pin as the referee drop to the floor and makes the first count of which Tajiri hopes will be three





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Matt Hardy does well to kick out but is helped as his legs where not hooked. Tajiri rolls to is feet in disappointment before pulling his opponent with him. Hardy pushes out of his opponent grasp and connects with a right hand followed by a toe kick to the gut. Before Tajiri can do anything Matt Hardy places him in a standing head scissors before grasping his waist with might. The Japanese wrestler is forced onto the shoulders of Hardy and before he can do a thing, the Forever Delayed star drops to a sit out position forcing his opponent into the mat shoulders and back first. The move is completed to perfection as the Sit Out Powerbomb is completed. Hardy places both feet over the shoulders of his opponent and remains holding the legs as he makes the referee makes the count




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Tajiri manages to raise his shoulders off the canvass causing the count to stop at two. Hardy pushes both legs away and rises to his feet quickly rising up the ropes and climbing to the top turnbuckle. Tajiri gradually makes it to his feet causing his opponent to leap into the air, looking for the Crossbody! He connects as Matt Hardy crashes with the chest of his opponent forcing him back first into the canvass. The move is pulled off well as the back of Tajiri’s head crashes with the mat on impact of the high risk move. Hardy doesn’t make the cover however instead he pulls Tajiri to a vertical base and connects with a right hand to the face followed by a kick to the gut. Tajiri crouches forward in pain as his head is locked in a standing head scissors. Hardy grasp the waist with might and before The Japanese Buzzsaw can do a thing he is forced onto the right hand shoulder of Matt.




The Crucifix Powerbomb looks imminent and is as Hardy forces his opponent into the air before falling in a sit out position. The shoulders and back of Tajiri crash to the canvass with force as the Sit Out Crucifix Powerbomb is completed. Hardy once again makes the cover soon after as the fans watch the ring with intent. The referee drops to the floor and makes the count




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Once again Tajiri shows his heart and his will to go on as he manages to raise his shoulders off the canvass stopping the count at two once again. Hardy once again pushes the legs away clearly looking disappointed at the outcome of the pin. The Forever Delayed star rises to his feet before pulling Tajiri with him. The Japanese Buzzsaw quickly fights back knowing he’s taken a lot of punishment during the start of this match. Tajiri connects with a kick to the thigh followed by another before connects with a right hand. Matt fights back however and looks for a right himself which is blocked by Tajiri who follows up with a toe kick to the gut followed by a forearm to the back. The Irish whip follows into the ropes which sees Hardy run off with pace before being hit with a standing dropkick from Tajiri. The two feet of the Japanese athlete crash with the chest of Hardy causing him to crash to the floor in a heap. Tajiri looks at the crowd and yelps into the air getting a reaction from the sold out Tokyo Dome.





Hardy slowly rises to his feet but it met with a right hand from Tajiri who follows up with another Irish whip into the ropes. This time however Hardy clings onto the top rope for dear life hence stopping him from rebounding off. Tajiri loses concentration and runs towards his opponent with speed. Hardy reacts well and drops to the floor whilst grasping onto the top rope, forcing it further towards the canvass. The speed in which Tajiri runs causes him to fall over the ropes and crash onto the outside mat in a heap. This gives Hardy time to recoup before he begins to climb the turnbuckle finally reaching the top ropes. The thousands in attendance watch as Tajiri slowly rises to his feet unaware of his opponents position before it’s too late. Matt turns on the buckle before leaping backwards and performing a magnificent moonsault all the way to the outside of the ring. His body crashes with the shoulders of Tajiri as the Japanese Buzzsaw falls backwards to the outside mat. The Tokyo Dome is filled with stomps of the feet as the high capacity arena shakes with the noise of cheers. The referee begins the count as both men lay motionless on the outside mat the screams of woman in the audience still going strong. Finally when the official reaches the count of 10 Matt Hardy makes it to a vertical base before he pulls his opponent up to his feet and throws him under the bottom rope into the squared circle.




Hardy hops onto the apron and clutches the top rope whilst his opponent remains still on his back breathing heavily and looking in serious danger of losing the match. Finally Hardy springboards off the top rope and gains great height before completing the Springboard Leg Drop to perfection! The right leg of Matt Hardy nearly crushes the windpipe of Tajiri as he gasps desperately for breath. The arena watch on wondering what may come of Tajiri as Hardy makes the cover. Matt hooks the right leg and puts pressure on the shoulders as the referee drops to the floor and makes the first count.



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Tajiri has the fans rising to there feet in screams of enjoyment as he raises his right shoulder off the canvass to stop the count. Hardy was too close to comfort for the Japanese Buzzsaw as his opponent rolls to his feet looking in shear anger towards him. Matt pulls his opponent slowly to his feet and connects with a left hand to the side of the face before completing an Irish whip into the ropes. Hardy looks for a clothesline but it’s ducked by Tajiri who follows up by running into the opposing ropes. Tajiri jumps onto the second rope and springboards off completing the cross body on his opponent on the lay off. The Japanese born athlete crashes into his opponent with might as the Springboard Crossbody is complicated. Tajiri lands on his opponent creating more force into the move before jumping to his feet and dropping an immediate knee to the collarbone. Hardy struggles to make it to his feet but does only to be hit with a toe kick from Tajiri. Hardy crouches forward in pain clutching his stomach for dear life. The Japanese Buzzsaw reacts well and catches the head in a face lock before grasping the tights well and connecting with a snap suplex. The move is pulled off well with the back of Matt Hardy crashing violently into the canvass with force. Hardy arches his back in pain before his leg is caught by Tajiri who turns it into an Achilles tendon hold. The submission is pulled off well as Hardy can’t rest on his back in fear of being pinned to the floor. Tajiri wrenches the leg with might as Hardy groans in pain. The fans watch as the Forever Delayed star slowly pulls him self backwards towards the ropes. He knows this is his only chance of salvation from the submission that grows in force with ever passing second. Gradually the ex Hardy boy reaches close towards the ropes and with one final drop to his back and an outstretched arm he grasps the ropes. The referee forces the Japanese Buzzsaw to release the submission hold as the fans applaud Hardy’s efforts. Finally Tajiri makes it to his feet and slowly pulls his opponent with him before Irish whipping him into the turnbuckle. The head and neck of Hardy snap back with the force of the whip as soon as he meets the buckle. Tajiri charges towards him with pace looking for a shoulder charge but Matt quickly moves out of the way in the dying seconds of the run. This causes the Japanese Buzzsaw to crash shoulder first into the ring post. The pain is felt immediately as Tajiri lays on the buckles whilst feeling the agony that consumes his right shoulder. Hardy grabs his opponent by the leg and forces him out before clutching the waist and falling backwards. He forces his opponent into the air before Tajiri crashes shoulders first into the canvass. The pain is felt immediately as Matt Hardy even manages to complete the bridge. The fans rise to there feet in hope of catching a better view of the ring as the referee drops to the floor and makes the first count.




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The fans can’t believe it as Tajiri raises his right shoulder on the last second of the count. Hardy’s bridge is broken as he falls to his back wondering what to do to beat his opponent. The arena watches as both men remain on the floor until they gradually make it to a vertical base in unison with each other. Hardy looks for the right hand which is blocked by Tajiri who follows up with a left then a toe kick to the gut. Matt crouches forward in pain grasping his gut until Tajiri yanks his head and completes a spinning neck breaker. The neck of Hardy spins violently around until the back of his head meets the shoulder with force. The pain doesn’t subdue as he grasps his head so tight that he could probably feel his skull. Tajiri rises to his feet before taking the right leg of his opponent and stomping down on the thigh with force. Hardy turns from his head to his leg before he is pulled to a vertical base and hit with a toe kick to the gut. The Japanese Buzzsaw stomps down on the back of his opponent leg causing him to drop down to one knee. This is all Tajiri needs as he runs into the ropes and comes back by stepping on the knee and launching his own knee into the side of his opponents head. The force of the knee is very powerful to say the least as the Shining Wizard is completed!!!




The arena know the move from The Great Muta and signal with applause as they imagine this could be it for Matt Hardy who drops to his back in pain. Tajiri takes a moment before he cover his opponent and hooks the right leg putting pressure on both shoulders in hope that he can reach the three count and win the Super J Cup. The official finally drops to the floor and begins the count as all eyes from the Tokyo Dome are on him and the shoulders of Matt Hardy from Forever Delayed Does WWE!!!




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Once again the crowd are treated to an excellent kick out this time by Matt Hardy as he manages to raise his right shoulder off the canvass. Tajiri knows he was very close to reaching the three count and looks up into the air in desperation. The referee holds up two fingers before beginning the count. Both men remain on the canvass breathing heavily and sweating profusely before Tajiri reaches his feet on the referee’s count of 12. Matt Hardy soon follows on the count of 14 but it’s his opponent who attacks first with a left forearm to the face causing his opponent to stumble. Suddenly Tajiri turns his head away from his opponent before turning sharply back to Hardy and spitting the deadly Green Mist towards him. Hardy reacts brilliantly by dropping to the floor and dodging the deadly substance. Tajiri stands stunned until his opponent rises back up to his feet and connects with a toe kick to the gut. A standing head scissors is soon applied after the failed Green Mist as he hooks both arms of his opponent behind his back. The fans watch with intent as Hardy pushes up on the arms and forces his opponent into the air before he drops in a sit out position. Tajiri is slammed hard into the canvass as the back of his head meets the ground with force. The Double Underhook Powerbomb is completed or Tiger Driver to most. The fans watch as Hardy places both feet over the shoulders of his opponent hence making the pin. The fans believe once again this could be it as the referee drops to the floor and makes the first count



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The arena once again stomps there feet as they watch Puroresu at it’s best. The referee holds up two fingers as Hardy throws the legs to one side and falls to his back in exhaustion. Both men remain on the floor breathing heavily whilst wiping the sweat away from there brows. The thought of wrestling so many intense matches is unthinkable until you here the sound of the Super J Cup. The two athletes only keep going to be known as Super J Cup champion as there body are bruised and there limbs are aching all the time. Slowly Matt Hardy rises to his feet and is slowly followed by his opponent on the count of 14. Matt Hardy connects with a knife edge chop causing a sickening sound throughout the arena, until Tajiri connects with a chop himself. Hardy comes back with a knife edge as does Tajiri. A chop fest ensues as the sickening sound of one mans hand slicing the chest of his opponent roams around the arena. Both men can hardly stand as they chop the skin away from each other, any other man would fall to there knees in tears by Tajiri and Matt Hardy remain strong. Each chop is filled with more power, more force, and more passion causing even more pain to each other. The thousands in attendance in the Tokyo Dome are in awe as they watch these two competitors torture each other with the side of there hands. Chop, chop, chop, chop, chop, chop, chop, chops go from Tajiri to Matt Hardy as they scream in pain and scream in pure adrenalin. The referee watches with squinted eyes as Tajiri connects with yet another chop then another and then another! Tajiri doesn’t let his opponent in with a shout as he chops faster and faster each once filled with passion as Matt Hardy’s chest turns a horrible shade of maroon. The arena rise to there feet in cheers and screams as Tajiri chops and chops like a madman before screaming out in agony and sheer brutality before clutching the head in a face lock and draping the arm all in one smooth motion before Tajiri grasps the tights and forced his opponent into the air. Then with the Tokyo Dome in ecstasy The Japanese Buzzsaw drops sharply to the floor dropping his opponent vertically head first into the canvass. The Japanese commentators scream out repeating the name of the move as the thousands of spectators scream in enjoyment. Brainbusterrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr!!!!!!!!!!!!




The arena is electric as Matt Hardy drops to his back, maybe unconscious from the move! Tajiri slowly makes the cover by placing his right arm over the chest of his opponent as the referee drops to the floor to make the first count




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The Tokyo Dome is filled with screams of ecstasy and stomps filled with enjoyment as somehow; someway Matt Hardy manages to raise his right shoulder off the canvass to stop the count a fraction away from the three. Tajiri looks up into the air in disappointment and sheer bewilderment before he gradually makes it to his feet. Matt Hardy is filled with belief as he as managed to kick out of one of the most dangerous suplex’s in the world of professional wrestling. He slowly but surely makes it to his feet as his opponent gets ready for the right hand to the face. Tajiri doesn’t connect as his opponent block but Matt Hardy doesn’t have time to capitalize as The Japanese Buzzsaw connects with a toe kick to the gut followed by a face lock. The arena rise to there feet as they believe another Brainbuster is on the books and ultimately the end of the match for Matt Hardy. Tajiri sucks up the pain that consumes his entire body and grasps the tights before pulling his opponent into the air in a vertical suplex position. The Brainbuster definitely looks imminent now until Tajiri suddenly turns Matt Hardy 180 degrees and turns him into a Tombstone piledriver position as Tajiri drops to his rear. The head of Matt Hardy crashes violently into the canvass as the arena stand in awe before they find there voices. Once they do the Tokyo Dome erupts into cheers as Tajiri digs deep into his move set all the way to CMLL and Big Japan Pro Wrestling and completes the……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. Steiner Screwdriver!!!!!!!!!!!!!




The fans can’t believe The Japanese Buzzsaw completed the move as he finally makes the cover. Tajiri doesn’t hook the legs instead he just lets his weight rest on the shoulders and chest whilst the referee drop to the floor and makes the count!




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The Tokyo Dome has the biggest pop of the night as all 40 thousands of them rise to there feet screaming to there hearts contempt. One of the most dangerous moves in the wrestling world was completed to finish the courageous Matt Hardy off!
















Winner – Tajiri – Via Pinfall











Matt Hardy is helped backstage after Tajiri soaks up the electric atmosphere around the high capacity arena. The Japanese Buzzsaw drops to his knees as he can hardly stand with the punishment he has taken tonight. Representing the WWE: Survivor Series thread owned by Arjun! Tajiri’s hand is held as the winner as the Super J Cup is brought out to the ring.




The giant gold trophy is handed to Tajiri who holds it up high before placing it in the ring and kneeling down behind it as cameramen take his photo. Suddenly Jushin Liger appears near the entrance followed by many others such as Paul London, Kid Kash, Abismo Negro, Christopher Daniels, Charlie Haas, Rey Mysterio, Psicosis, Billy Kidman and Jamie Noble. All the participants bar Matt Hardy applaud Tajiri the winner as he shows his respect by bowing to the athletes.
















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Aww man Charlie didn't even get pass the first round. BTW I have stuck with my WWE BtB so he was representing WWE: A New Stage In Wrestling. I will use this as a storyline as it will work perfectly for something I am going to do with Haas in my BtB.

Congrats to arjun for winning the tournament.
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Truely a great Cup. This was amazing. Truely greatness.

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Ok fine, so I stopped reading it after my guy lost. I'll admit that. But I did skim throughb the rest and read the Main Event. It was still greatness. I'm just happy my guy lost to my favorite booker's guy if anyone and he at least made it past the first round. This was so fun to read (and part skim through). I can't wait to see if you host another one which probably won't be for awhile, but if you want to Juhshin, you can already put me in the ballot for the next one
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I will have a more detailed read of the matches tomorrow, but from what i read it looks as if you have done a very impressive job of writing this out, even though i kind of knew you would do

Congrats to Arjun for winning the tournament, and i guess the favourite ended up winning, and second place for me and Matt Hardy isnt too bad i guess, although i would have preferred to win (as would anyone though)

Thanks to everyone who voted for me, but on the day it just wasnt enough to claim the title
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Funaki was eliminated in the first round, but Tajiri won!!!

Glad to see that I received the votes, must have been because some marque guys were missing.

I will read all the matches later, I only read mine now. Tajiri and Matt Hardy would make for a great match. You just made all the matches fantastic, too bad the WWE did not expose the cruiserweights like you do. I am guessing the best matches will be Mysterio and Kidman and Liger and Kash. You wrote a PPV here, so good job and rep added.

Always a good thing to see many Japanese wrestlers as this is a Japanese tournament in Japan. I chose all Japanese wrestlers with my picks, Tajiri and Funaki, my two favorite Japanese stars.

I watched a pureso style match for the first time. It was Jushin Liger vs. Chris Benoit in 1992. Benoit had Liger set for the Tombstone Piledriver, but Liger reversed it into one of his own, and Benoit kicked out!!! I was amazed!! I figure that is where the Tombstone reversals are derived from. Benoit won the match with a powerbomb off the top rope!! It was insane, and the crowd showed its sportsman ship. I hope to watch more.


I chose Tajiri and Funaki for a reason. Using the momentum that I have now with Tajiri eliminating Sylvan Grenier at Wrestlemania and going on a roll, coupled with this win here, he will be making a major impact once my shows are running soon. Look out for Tajiri.

Very smart of you to include the name of our threads throughout the matches and show, CHEAP POP!
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Damn arjun, next time.

Well, at least Abizmo made it to the quarter finals. Nice job, Abizmo.
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Default Re: Super J Cup

AHAHA! Wait, oshit only quarter finals? O well, I knew I wouldn't win it, and the final had the right two contestants in it.

Jushin, this Super J Cup was a terrific idea, well done with all the effort on this, it seems to have taken alot of time, and it's one long show.

Congrats to FD for making the final, and Arj for winning.
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