DDT AND SENDAI GIRLS “ALL OUT X SENDAI GIRLS PRO-WRESTLING” Results

DDT & SENDAI GIRLS “ALL OUT X SENDAI GIRLS’ PRO-WRESTLING”, 24/06/2019
Shin-Kiba 1st RING
207 Fans – No Vacancy

1. Akito defeated Sakura Hirota with the Figure 4 Leg Lock (11:40).
2. Hardcore Match: DASH Chisako defeated Shunma Katsumata with the Hormone Splash from the Ladder (11:13).
3. Chihiro Hashimoto defeated Yuki Iino with the Albright (8:44).
4. Meiko Satomura Vs Konosuke Takeshita ended in a Time Limit Draw (20:00).
5. KO-D 6-Man Tag Team Titles: Konosuke Takeshita, Shunma Katsumata & Yuki Iino defeated Meiko Satomura, Chihiro Hashimoto & DASH Chisako (c) when Takeshita pinned Satomura with the German Suplex (19:12).
*Sendai Girls fail in V2. ALL OUT becomes the 39th KO-D 6-Man Tag Team Champions!

This has been gearing up for a long time. ALL OUT and the Sendai Girls have battled over the KO-D 6-Man Tag Team Titles twice in the last 12 months. The first time in July 2018 ALL OUT successfully defended the belts then in March of this year Senjo beat them in the rematch to take the championships. Today a final full fledged clash was held. There was five matches between the two sides with the last being for the trios gold. Konosuke Takeshita and Meiko Satomura spoke on behalf of their units at the beginning of the show. Takeshita promised amazing matches and also said he would pin Satomura in their match. Satomura told him to be prepared because her team will show the strength of the Sendai Girls in every match. She also thanked Sakura Hirota for coming in as Mika Iwata’s replacement on short notice.

Hirota was so dedicated to taking up Iwata’s role that she wore handmade Iwata ring gear, covered her face in white makeup, used Iwata’s entrance music, copied her movements and would only answer to her name. She told Akito that she had some trick up her sleeve. It involved removing a turnbuckle pad, getting the DDT trainee Keigo Nakamura involved in the match and attacking Akito’s backside with Kancho butt pokes. What she didn’t expect was for Akito’s rear end to become resistant to the Kancho and also be strong enough to flip her off her feet. Akito did a Kancho of his own then put Hirota in the Figure 4 Leg Lock for the victory. Both Akito and Hirota shook hands while holding onto their butts after the match.

Chairs was placed in the ring before the Hardcore Match between Shunma Katsumata and DASH Chisako began. Chisako quickly armed herself with a bamboo sword to take the early advantage. Katsumata placed a trash can over Chisako and struck her with the cane. He then brought out a box of Lego and spilled it inside the ring. That backfired when he missed a Moonsault and landed on the blocks. Chisako Sunset Power Bombed Katsumata from the top of a ladder, broke a chair over his head and hit the Hormone Splash from the Ladder to get Senjo their first win of the show.

Yuki Iino and Chihiro Hashimoto reignited their power versus power confrontation from the March 6-Man Title bout with a singles match today. When the bell rang they immediately charged each other for Shoulder Blocks. Iino got the upper hand early and went for the Haka Elbow but Hashimoto reversed the moment and did a taunting Elbow Drop of her own. She nearly put Iino away with a Spear followed by a Rolling Senton. Iino turned the tables by avoiding the Albright and hitting a Backflip followed by the Haka Elbow for a nearfall. Hashimoto recovered and got Iino in the Albright Suplex, getting the three count and two wins in a row for Senjo.

The last match to take place before the championship main event was between the two team leaders. Takeshita and Satomura went hell for leather on each other. Satomura put Takeshita through a table with a Death Valley Bomb from the ring apron to the outside. She brought him back in the ring to hit the move more times but that gave Takeshita a moment to give Satomura the Blue Thunder Bomb. With only a twenty minute time limit given, the final seconds saw Takeshita do a German Suplex only for Satomura to absorb the blow and hit the Scorpio Rising before the bell rang. Both of them were spent but still had one match left to take part in.

ALL OUT waited until just before the title match began to announce which three of them would be challenging for the 6-Man Tag Titles. It was Takeshita, Katsumata & Iino. While there was a variety of different pairings throughout, the finish involved the same three matchups presented earlier in the show. Katsumata took out Chisaki with the ¡Hasta la vista!, Iino got rid of Hashimoto with the Spear and Takeshita pinned Satomura with the German Suplex to crown new 6-Man Tag Team Champions!

The Sendai Girls were about to leave defeated when Takeshita called out to them on the microphone. He said they just had an unprecedented series of matches between men and women that ended with both sides getting two wins, two losses and a draw. He asked if they will continue this challenge someday. Satomura thanked DDT and ALL OUT for accepting today’s showdown since the Senjo fans were also looking forward to it. The show ended with Takeshita thanking everyone for supporting DDT and Sendai Girls.

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