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Old 09-06-2013, 02:22 AM   #1651 (permalink)
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Very excited to see Shibata and Sakuraba tagging again. What a badass team. You do not fuck with those motherfuckers.
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Old 09-06-2013, 03:50 AM   #1652 (permalink)
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Saku was hitting the twitter promotion hard this morning. Pimped out the match at Destruction. Pimped out Shibata's meet and greet. Had to apologize for pimping out Shibata cause he didn't know the whole event sold out the first day tickets went on sale. He was genuinely shocked at that haha

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Old 09-06-2013, 06:30 AM   #1653 (permalink)
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Very excited to see Shibata and Sakuraba tagging again. What a badass team. You do not fuck with those motherfuckers.
Just watch Nakanishi choppin them down with the edge of his hand.
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Old 09-06-2013, 09:50 PM   #1654 (permalink)
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The Saku/Shibata vs. Nakanishi/Nagata match is the only thing that looks particularly stellar. Tanahashi & Devitt could be good if Bullet Club stays out of it though.
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Old 09-08-2013, 05:37 AM   #1655 (permalink)
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Wrestle-1's first card:

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] Daiki Inaba and Hiroshi Yamato defeated Tokyo Gurentai (Mazada and Nosawa Rongai)

2] Kohei Sato and Ryoji Sai defeated Ryota Hama and Yasufumi Nakanoue

3] Yoshiko defeated Mayu Iwatani

4] Junior Stars (Koji Kanemoto and Minoru Tanaka) defeated Fujita Hayato and Masaaki Mochizuki

5] Strong BJ (Daisuke Sekimoto and Yuji Okabayashi) defeated Team 246 (Kaz Hayashi and Shuji Kondo)

6] Laughter7 (Katsuyori Shibata and Kazushi Sakuraba) defeated Stack of Arms (Masakatsu Funaki and Masayuki Kono)

7] Kai defeated Seiya Sanada

8] Bob Sapp and Keiji Mutoh defeated René Duprée and Zodiac
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Old 09-08-2013, 05:40 AM   #1656 (permalink)
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Was a ridiculous show.
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Old 09-08-2013, 06:41 AM   #1657 (permalink)
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I was marking pretty goddamn hard over laughter7 showing up for their boy Funaki. I didn't even give two shits about the match which was ok but nothing special at all. Shibata showing up for his mentor and the moment they had after the match was the best part of the whole thing to me (I mean....obviously it would be the best part being the mark I am why would I even hide it). Ho boy were people pissed at the main event tho.

Best match by a mile was the match with the Big Japan mastodons. It was one of the best matches I've seen this year. I just totally loved it.
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The 'surprises' for W-1's debut show werent exactly spectacular. And nice to see Mutoh take care of his friends (Dupree, Sapp and Zodiac), but that wasnt really mainevent worthy.

1 big surprise for me was Masaaki Mochizuki. You dont see Dragongate guys in the other Japanese promotions a lot.
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The 'surprises' for W-1's debut show werent exactly spectacular. And nice to see Mutoh take care of his friends (Dupree, Sapp and Zodiac), but that wasnt really mainevent worthy.

1 big surprise for me was Masaaki Mochizuki. You dont see Dragongate guys in the other Japanese promotions a lot.
They didn't let Mochizuki kick enough goddamnit.

W-1 looked good enough for one night but they aren't going to be able to keep pulling in indy/foreign talent like this. Laughter7 won't be showing up at every event either (or again at all). They were only there as a favor to Funaki. Mutoh didn't have a damn thing to do with that one. Having Jeff Jarrett be at the Korakuen show is nice but I have no idea why they said that right before the main event. I would think you would save that news for the website or why not say it during intermission because goddamn did the crowd not give a shit once they said Jarrett wasn't there.

At it's core W-1 has the same problem that All Japan and NOAH have. The roster is incredibly thin and there is little star power. Sure W-1 was able to bring in some of the bigger names from the smaller feds but I can't see Mutoh being able to keep bumming off of them in order to keep his shit alive. That main event left a big time sour taste in the mouth of fans too. People on twitter were pissed to say the least then add to that it had leaked on the W-1 website. Disappointment was everywhere.

The worst part of it was the two young guys they want to build around (Sanada and KAI) looked terrible.











Actually Hama stealing Rikishi's gimmick is up there too.
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DRAGON GATE 9/12 Summer Adventure Tag League 2013 - 2013 Sep 12
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0. CIMA (5:21 Zebra Special) Chihiro Tominaga
1. BxB Hulk, Kzy, Mondai Ryu, Cyber Kong{W} (9:52 Cyber Bomb) Masaaki Mochizuki, Don Fujii, Kenichiro Arai{L}, Super Shisa
2. International Challenge Match: Uhaa Nation (5:34 Uhaa Combination) Ryotsu Shimizu
3. International Challenge Match: Ricochet (7:59 High Angle Shooting Star Press) The Former Super Shenlong III Yosuke Watanabe
4. Summer Adventure Tag League B Block: K-ness{W}, Gamma (10:57 Hikari no Wa) Jimmy Susumu, Jimmy Kanda{L}
5. Millenials vs. Jimmys: Eita{W}, T-Hawk, U-T (15:50 Numero Uno) Genki Horiguchi H.A.Gee.Mee!!{L}, Mr. Quu Quu Tanizaki Naoki Toyonaka Dolphin, Jimmy Kagetora
6. Summer Adventure Tag League A Block: Akira Tozawa, Shingo Takagi (15:23 No Contest) Naruki Doi, Masato Yoshino
7. Open the Dream Gate Championship Match: YAMATO (21:55 Gallaria) Ryo "Jimmy" Saito
*1st Defense

YAMATO & Saito had the contract signing for the main event. Saito said all the fans in Korakuen Hall were behind him. For them, he would become champion. YAMATO said he was unbeatable. He was the omnipotent champion. He asked Korakuen who they wanted to win. They replied with a thunderous "SaiRyo!" call. YAMATO was undeterred, and said he just could not lose.

T-Hawk boasted about the power of the Millenials. He said they were done forever with the Jimmys. Their next target were the old timers. This brought out Mochizuki, Fujii, & Shisa. Challenges were laid out. Mochizuki said he didn't know much lucha. He did know a bit about being strong. Himself & Fujii were certainly very strong. They were more than willing to show these little punks what that word meant. CIMA came out at this point. Mochizuki asked for his permission to snuff out the future of Dragon Gate. After more bickering, CIMA made the match for the October Korakuen. The Millenials vs. Team Veteran. T-Hawk vowed to make the old timers tap out, and closed with his traditional "Adios". For this, Mochizuki reminded him that he was from Hokkaido, not Mexico. he also called the Millenials out for still being very weak on the microphone.

During the match itself, the Kagetora/Tanizaki issues returned.

MAD BLANKEY interfered at the climax of the semi final. Mondai Ryu went after Yoshino, but was quickly set up for a Bakatare from Doi. Instead of Mondai Ryu, Doi hit Yoshino! Once again, he betrayed him. He mocked him for not seeing the clues Doi gave him during recent matches. Doi said that this was the end of WORLD-1. He joined MAD BLANKEY. He also forcibly brought Ricochet backstage with him.

Tozawa was just upset that his match was ruined. Still, Yoshino seemed to side with them. He promised to get the last word on Doi.

YAMATO celebrated the win, and Doi joining MB. He called out CIMA and asked for an interesting challenger. CIMA dismissed the notion that this was an easy win. He asked if he had anyone in mind for a challenger. The Great and Powerful YAMATO welcomed anyone to dare challenge him. This brought out Yoshino. CIMA asked him if he knew what he was doing, what with all craziness that just happened to him. Yoshino was confident, he wanted the title match. YAMATO accepted, but noted that Yoshino was now fighting on his own. Tozawa & Team Best Friends came out. Tozawa told Yoshino that he would never be alone. They would second him for the title match. With that, CIMA set the title match for the 10/10 Korakuen.

Some more arguing between the two sides lead to a 5 vs. 3 handicap match being made for 10/10. Tozawa, Takagi, & Nation vs. Hulk, Doi, Kzy, Mondai Ryu, & Kong.

This left the problem of Yoshinos' partner for the tag league. The fans immediately began to chant for Ricochet. CIMA delivered the bad news that Ricochet would be returning to America after the Kantou leg of this tour. Ricochet himself got in the ring. He had a recommendation for Yoshino. He recommended Watanabe. Yoshino was hesitant at first, but eventually relented. Watanabe will replace Doi for the rest of their league matches.

Yoshino agreed to fight alongside Team Best Friend full time. Tozawa also welcomed Ricochet & Shachi to join, because they were just 2 great guys. Tozawa, Yoshino, Ricochet, Nation, & Takagi all joined hands to symbolize their friendship, and the start of their new unit.
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