DDT “DRAMATIC TENPOZAN! 2015”, 11/01/2015
Osaka Port Kumin Center
418 Fans – Super No Vacancy
1. Makoto Oishi defeated Kouki Iwasaki with the Miracle Ecstasy (7:09).
2. Sanshiro Takagi & Toru Owashi defeated Tomomitsu Matsunaga & Kiai Ryuuken Ecchan when Takagi pinned Ecchan with La Magistral Cradle (10:04).
3. Konosuke Takeshita & Tetsuya Endo defeated Shunma Katsumata & Ryota Nakatsu when Takeshita pinned Nakatsu with the German Suplex (12:04).
4. MIKAMI defeated Keisuke Ishii with a School Boy (3:58).
5. New Year’s Annual Rock ‘N’ Roll Death Match: A. YAZAWA defeated Kazuki Hirata, DJ Nira and Shoichi Uchida when YAZAWA pinned all three with a Triple School Boy (14:00).
6. Kota Ibushi & Daisuke Sasaki defeated Shigehiro Irie & Soma Takao when Ibushi pinned Takao with the Sit Down Last Ride (12:40).
7. KUDO, Yukio Sakaguchi & Masa Takanashi defeated HARASHIMA, Yasu Urano & Akito when KUDO pinned Urano with the Diving Double Knee Drop (18:29).
Nearly one year into the unit’s existence, Shuten-dōji were victorious today in their birthplace of Osaka. They aim to celebrate their one year anniversary by winning the KO-D 6-Man Tag Team Titles in Saitama Super Arena next month. And they also want to beat Team Dream Futures tomorrow. Masa Takanashi then plugged the unit’s new DVD.
The Rock ‘N’ Roll Death Match made its return. In this match the wrestlers must “release their rock ‘n’ roll spirits” whenever music played over the speakers. However sometimes they got songs from Swan Lake so they all tried to dance as elegantly as they could. It was during Swan Lake when the four wrestlers linked up by holding hands. A. YAZAWA found an opportunity and rolled up the other three with a big School Boy for the triple three count.
MIKAMI caught Keisuke Ishii off guard with a Suicide Dive while Ishii was making his entrance. Then three minutes into the match MIKAMI pinned Ishii with the School Boy. After the match MIKAMI talked about Ishii missing an AJPW Jr. Heavyweight Title match because of illness. He told Ishii he was not rotting, life is just frustrating. It’s up to Ishii to crawl out of it and rise back up.
Sanshiro Takagi took time off during his match to promote the SHI-EN Pro Wrestling show taking place in Osaka Bodymaker Colosseum #2 on 21st February. He even forced Toru Owashi to take some of the tickets from the merch stand and hand them out to people in the front row.
Suguru Miyatake was taken off the show due to injury. Ryota Nakatsu took his place in Match #3 and Kouki Iwasaki took Nakatsu’s place in the opening match.