Tokyo Itabashi Green Hall
210 Fans – Super No Vacancy

1. Ryota Nakatsu & Koji Iwamoto defeated Hi69 & Eddie French when Nakatsu submitted French with a Jumping Cross Armbreaker (8:37).
2. FUMA & Madoka defeated Takayuki Ueki & Toshiyuki Sakuda when FUMA pinned Ueki with the Heavy Metal Anthem (11:30).
3. Heaven Summit ~Itadaki~ B Block: Daichi Kazato (2) defeated Ryu Gouma (0) by Ring Out (9:26).
4. Heaven Summit ~Itadaki~ A Block: Ryuichi Sekine (2) defeated SAGAT (0) with the Ryusetsu (8:46).
5. Heaven Summit ~Itadaki~ A Block: Isami Kodaka (2) defeated Yusuke Kubo (0) with a European Clutch (14:37).
6. Heaven Summit ~Itadaki~ B Block: Takumi Tsukamoto (2) defeated Hiroshi Fukuda (0) with a Tiger Suplex (18:26).

Block A Standings

1. Isami Kodaka (2)
-. Ryuichi Sekine (2)
3. Ryota Nakatsu (0)
-. Yusuke Kubo (0)
-. SAGAT (0)

Block B Standings

1. Takumi Tsukamoto (2)
-. Daichi Kazato (2)
3. FUMA (0)
-. Hiroshi Fukuda (0)
-. Ryu Gouma (0)

The Heaven Summit ~Itadaki~ tournament began with four matches, two from each group. In the main event Takumi Tsukamoto fought with Hiroshi Fukuda for almost 20 minutes until a Tiger Suplex won him the match. Fukuda was no joke here and Tsukamoto collapsed in exhaustion afterwards. He praised Fukuda for bring strong and wondered how similar the Perfect Plex is to his own Fisherman Suplex.

Isami Kodaka’s injured left eye was targeted by Yusuke Kubo throughout their match. Kodaka countered the Goro Suplex into a European Clutch for the victory and credited Dick Togo for teaching him how to win matches that way.

Ryuichi Sekine countered SAGAT’s Goregrind with a High Kick and the Ryusetsu to win his first match of the tournament. Sekine said he will ride on a horse to victory and become the new ace of BASARA. SAGAT grunted a lot in his post-match interview but did say enough to warn his remaining opponents he will become more violent.

After the opening exchange between Daichi Kazato and Ryu Gouma had finished Gouma shouted “Ladies and gentlemen this is wrestling!” He then left the ring and requested Kazato to fight him outside. Gouma’s plan for the tournament is to win or tie all of his matches by countout. Kazato didn’t fall for the plan but later in the match Gouma was able to drag him out of the ring. However the plan backfired and Kazato made it back to the ring and left Gouma outside to get counted out.


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