DDT “SHINJUKU MAY 9TH DRAMA” Results

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DDT “SHINJUKU MAY 9TH DRAMA”, 09/05/2014
Shinjuku FACE
550 Fans – Super No Vacancy

0. Dark Exhibition Match: Gota Ihashi defeated Shun Miyatake with a German Suplex (3:33).
1. Makoto Oishi defeated Shunma Katsumata with the Miracle Ecstasy (6:05).
2. MIKAMI, Tomomitsu Matsunaga & Hoshitango defeated Antonio Honda, DJ Nira & Guanchulo when Matsunaga pinned Guanchulo with a Back Drop (8:27).
3. Special Single Match: Minoru Suzuki defeated Michael Nakazawa with the Gotch-Style Piledriver (8:22).
4. Akito, Konosuke Takeshita & Tetsuya Endo defeated Keisuke Ishii, Shigehiro Irie & Soma Takao with the Kinniku Buster (13:03).
5. Falls Count Anywhere Match: Kota Ibushi, Kenny Omega & Daisuke Sasaki defeated Sanshiro Takagi, Toru Owashi & Kazuki Hirata when Ibushi pinned Hirata after the PK Heart (13:54).
6. DDT Extreme Title – 3 Times Fall Match: Masa Takanashi defeated Danshoku Dino (c) with a Leg Roll Clutch (13:48).
*Danshonu Dino fails in V2. Masa Takanashi becomes the 27th DDT Extreme Champion!
7. KUDO & Yukio Sakaguchi defeated HARASHIMA & Yasu Urano when KUDO pinned Urano with the Diving Double Knee Drop (16:13).

Akito found himself at a crossroads now that he is out of the KO-D Openweight Title picture. He could have gone back to teaming with Danshoku Dino & Makoto Oishi but he instead decided to do something new to become more powerful. What that was he didn’t reveal until after the main event. He approached the victorious Shuten-dōji with a can of beer in his hand. But just when it looked like he was about to have a toast with them he instead sprayed the beer in Masa Takanashi’s face! Akito then walked over to HARASHIMA and said they could make many dreams come true if they teamed together. HARASHIMA welcomed him to the team and he told Yasu Urano it was pretty nifty that Akito wanted to join them.

The DDT Extreme Title was up for grabs in a 3 Times Fall Match. The goal of the match is to pin your opponent for three seconds in a row. The catch is it did not have to happen in the same pinning attempt. For example at the start of the match Masa Takanashi quickly cradled Danshoku Dino for a two count. If Takanashi pinned Dino again he would just need a one count to win since he would have scored 3 seconds in a row. However quickly afterwards Dino pinned Takanashi for a two count, so Dino’s pin score was set back to zero while Takanashi was now in danger of losing. Takanashi was able to pin Dino to win the champiosnhip with a straight three count (pun not intended) when he countered the Gay-do Clutch into a Leg Roll Clutch. The new Extreme Champion then “honored” the former champ by calling him a “dumb bastard” and an “ugly fucking loser”. Makoto Oishi came to Dino’s aid and challenged Takanashi to a title match. Amon Tsurumi booked the match for Nagoya on 25th May. Oishi then said he wanted it to be the return of the Idol Lumberjack Death Match! Takanashi accepted and said he would have Emi Sakura on his side. Oishi mentioned she’s too mature to count as an idol but whatever.

Michael Nakazawa had a mountain to climb as he took on the no nonsense badass Minoru Suzuki. Nakazawa was convinced he could win and tried his best, he even attempted to summon his fighting spirit by getting into a chop battle. Suzuki wasn’t impressed and easily trapped Nakazawa in different submission holds. Every time Nakazawa was put in a hold he yelled “Impossible!” and wanted to give up. But Suzuki didn’t want the match to end so soon and he let go of his opponent just so he could apply more submissions. Suzuki eventually choked out Nakazawa with a Sleeper and was going to do the Gotch-Style Piledriver until Nakazawa tapped out before he was lifted off his feet. Suzuki didn’t care and he lifted up Nakazawa for the move until Yukinori Matsui stepped in and stopped him. When Nakazawa regained consciousness he asked Suzuki if they could team together. Suzuki shook Nakazawa’s hand but refused to let go. If Nakazawa wants to team with him so much then he’ll do it! In three months time they will team together. During those three months he’ll be training very hard and he wants Nakazawa to do the same so by the time they team up Nakazawa won’t be what he is now but he will instead become a hybrid wrestler! Suzuki already ordered Nakazawa to begin his first training session by doing 100 push ups right there in the ring. Nakazawa complained but Suzuki yelled that he summoned the demon instructor and must do what he says. Nakazawa could only do 10 push ups before collapsing. It’s going to be a long road ahead for him.

The Falls Count Anywhere Match was chaos. First of all, Kazuki Hirata did not appear with his team mates when they entered the ring. The match began with Sanshiro Takagi & Toru Owashi suffering a 3-on-2 Handicap disadvantage until Hirata finally appeared in the crowd dancing to Magnum TOKYO’s theme song. When he entered the ring, Owashi stopped the dancing by Shoulder Blocking his partner. Takagi dragged Kota Ibushi out of the ring and then attacked him with a kewpie doll. Ibushi defended himself by twisting Takagi’s arm over and over. Hirata threw Kenny Omega into a closing elevator and turned around thinking he was now gone. The elevator opened up and Kenny reappeared to School Boy Hirata for a nearfall. Takagi and Daisuke Sasaki brawled over to a place selling adult DVDs and they had a duel using the DVDs as swords. Ibushi got a bicycle!!! He cycled into Hirata’s crotch while Omega and Sasaki held him in place. A box of posters was then brought in and used to great effect. Ibushi did his best Steve Blackman impression and attacked Hirata with the rolled up posters. Omega then somehow used a poster to power up his Hadouken launching Hirata into Ibushi’s German Suplex. Omega then placed the cardboard box over Hirata’s head and with Sasaki performed the PK Heart to win the match. Afterwards Takagi talked about Minoru Suzuki training somebody as useless as Michael Nakazawa. Suzuki then walked out with Nakazawa and forced him to wheelbarrow down to the ring. Suzuki said he can turn a useless dickwad into a hybrid wrestler in three months. He then lifted up Nakazawa for a Gotch-Style Piledriver and forced him to do push ups from that position.

Danshoku Dino passed a message on to Guanchulo from his mother. Guanchulo wanted his mom to attend his final show for DDT on 20th May but according to her message she will be visiting China on that date. However, she will send another message that will be shown to Guanchulo on the 20th.

Shun Miyatake was again told he will not debut properly if he keeps losing so easily in his exhibition matches.

Akitoshi Saito will compete on the 25th May show. Danshoku Dino expressed interest in having a match with him that night.

The line-up for King Of DDT 2014 was revealed. The winner of the 16-man tournament gets a main event KO-D Openweight Title shot at Sumo Hall on 17th August. This year there will be three qualifying matches for tournament spots. Tomomitsu Matsunaga, Daisuke Sasaki, Akito, Soma Takao, Kazuki Hirata and Tetsuya Endo will have to wrestle each other in matches that will take place on the 17th, 25th and 29th of May. The rest of the field are Makoto Oishi, Keisuke Ishii, Konosuke Takeshita, MIKAMI, Masa Takanashi, Yasu Urano, Yukio Sakaguchi, Danshoku Dino, Kenny Omega, Kota Ibushi and the loser of KUDO Vs HARASHIMA. Shigehiro Irie will not enter because he has a Right To Challenge Anytime, Anywhere Contract.

Cherry announced the main event of her 10th Anniversary show on 1st June will be her against Aja Kong! They previously had a singles match on 13th November 2011 for Cherry’s “FANTASY ILLUSION” show. Cherry wrestled that match with a broken jaw so she was given a special rule where Jaiko Ishikawa was allowed to interfere and fight Kong. This time Cherry is in full health and she wants to face Kong under normal circumstances. Cherry also decided she will team with Danshoku Dino for her mixed tag match against Ladybeard & Saki Akai in Union on 18th May.

Antonio Honda announced a new match for his Anniversary show also on 1st June. It will be HARASHIMA, Riho & DJ Nira Vs Yuji Hino, Emi Sakura and The Great Kojika.

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