Koyama Municipal Cultural Centre
262 Fans – Super No Vacancy

1. Madoka & Kurumi defeated Cherry & Seiya Morohashi when Madoka pinned Cherry with the Ranhei (9:05).
2. 3 Way Match: Miyako Matsumoto defeated Ryu Gouma and Goro Jr. when Matsumoto pinned Gouma with the Kyoto Clutch (6:50).
3. Shibata defeated Mitomi Masayuki with a Front Neck Lock (3:28).
4. MEN’S Teioh defeated Hiroshi Fukuda with a Running Neckbreaker Drop (8:39).
5. UWA World Tag Team Titles: Isami Kodaka & FUMA (c) defeated Shuji Ishikawa & SAGAT when Kodaka pinned SAGAT with the Zan Isamu Leg (10:21).
*V1 for Isami Kodaka & FUMA.
6. Union MAX Title: Hikaru Sato (c) defeated Daichi Kazato by Referee Stoppage with the Shoulder Lock (26:13).
*V3 for Hikaru Sato.

Union’s latest hopes of getting back the Union MAX Title rested on the shoulders of Daichi Kazato. The low card wrestler stepped up to the plate and challenged Hikaru Sato to a title match in Koyama. Kazato had the crowd on his side as he was showered in streamers during the ring introductions. Despite lasting over 25 minutes with the champion, his arm and shoulder was worn down to the point where Sato could use his submissions to great effect. The match had to be stopped when Sato caught Kazato on a dive and trapped him in the Shoulder Lock for the victory. Sato shook Kazato’s hand after the match but then threw him out of the ring with force. He asked Kazato if that was all the hard work he could do and that he stunk as a wrestler. Sato and Shibata then challenged Isami Kodaka & FUMA to a UWA World Tag Team Titles match.

Shuji Ishikawa was disappointed he couldn’t win the UWA Tag Team Titles with SAGAT. He wanted it to happen because they are the only two heavyweights in Union. SAGAT apologised to Ishikawa and promised they will win next time.

MEN’S Teioh gave Hiroshi Fukuda a taste of the Royal Road by using the Neckbreaker Drop to beat him. Fukuda thanked Teioh for everything he taught him during their time together as a team. Fukuda will have one more match in Union before he leaves for All Japan.


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