February 11, 2020

Kitazawa Town Hall
250 Fans – Super No Vacancy

1. DAMNATION Vs BOYZ!: Soma Takao & Tetsuya Endo defeated Jun Masaoka & Kazuki Hirata when Endo pinned Hirata with the Swivel Torture Rack Bomb (8:58).
2. Keigo Nakamura BOYZ Assessment Match: Hiroshi Yamato defeated Keigo Nakamura with the Fisherman Suplex (6:51).
3. BOYZ-Like Exchange Match: Konosuke Takeshita & Masahiro Takanashi defeated Shuichiro Tominaga & Shota when Takanashi pinned Shota with the Uwabami (13:07).
4. Fairy BOYZ: Kazusada Higuchi & Naomi Yoshimura defeated Yasu Urano & Antonio Honda when Yoshimura pinned Honda with a Cradle (14:02).
5. BOYZ Ace Showdown: MAO defeated Yuki Ueno with the Michinoku Driver I (14:43).
6. HomoClo Revival: Danshoku Dieno, Makoto Oishi & Akito (w/ KUDO & Hiroshi Fukuda) defeated HARASHIMA, Keisuke Ishii & Mizuki Watase when Oishi pinned Watase with the Luminous Press (14:46).

Several members of Homoiro Clover Z came gathered together for a special reunion. There was Danshoku Dieno, Makoto Oishi, Akito, KUDO, Hiroshi Fukuda and even Yoshihiko playing the role of Kota Ibushi all turning up. With the power of pop music, HomoClo won the main event with everyone getting involved. Fukuda knocked away HARASHIMA, KUDO gave Mizuki Watase a Buzzsaw Kick and Yoshihiko hit Keisuke Ishii with the Kamigoye. Oishi then pinned Watase with the Luminous Press.

Their victory celebration was interrupted by a familiar song. “ωe are the HERO!!” played as MAO & Shunma Katsumata walked out representing NωA! They came out calling themselves the only real idol unit in the history of DDT. Oishi was conflicted. Here he is with HomoClo but he is a part of NωA too. The two units had a tug of war over Oishi until he came up with an idea. Homoiro Clover Z and NωA will fight over who gets Oishi on the 26th March BOYZ show.

Keigo Nakamura’s audition for BOYZ began with him singing “Young Man” for his entrance. Hiroshi Yamato then showed him how it was really done by singing “BURN” and wrestling in a fancy suit.

Problems began to surface between Soma Takao & Tetsuya Endo. Missed attacks and forced tags made it seem like they were going to break up. But they were able to solve their problem and reconcile.

Time’s Up For Daredasore, Cody Hall Returns, Saki Akai Vs Miranda Gordy

January 28, 2020

Tokyo Itabashi Green Hall

1. Natsumi Maki Vs Pom Harajuku
2. Hikari Noa & Sena Shiori Vs Mahiro Kiryu & Haruna Neko
3. 3 Way Match: Rika Tatsumi Vs Yuki Kamifuku Vs Suzume
4. Maki Itoh Vs Raku
5. Goodbye Akemi: Shoko Nakajima Vs Akemi Daredasore
6. Miyu Yamashita & Yuna Manase Vs Miu Watanabe & Mirai Maiumi
7. Yuka Sakazaki, Mizuki & Mina Shirakawa Vs Lana Austin, Nodoka Tenma & Yuki Aino

This is the last Tokyo Joshi Pro show for the Akemi Daredasore name. The 30 day period for Hyper Misao to wrestle under that name ends a few days later. She should go back to normal on the show after this but who knows with her. Misao might end up finding another way to change her gimmick again. Shoko Nakajima helped bring Daredasore to life so it’s only fitting for her to say goodbye.

Tokyo Itabashi Green Hall

1. Daisuke Sasaki & Tetsuya Endo Vs Tomomitsu Matsunaga & Keigo Nakamura
2. Konosuke Takeshita & Antonio Honda Vs Toru Owashi & Kazuki Hirata
3. Danshoku Dieno & Hiroshi Yamato Vs Cody Hall & Yukio Naya
4. Right To Challenge Anytime, Anywhere Match: Yuki Iino Vs Mizuki Watase
5. Right To Challenge Anytime, Anywhere 3 Way Match: Naomi Yoshimura Vs Kazusada Higuchi Vs Mad Paulie
6. Right To Challenge Anytime, Anywhere 4 Way Match: Yuki Ueno Vs Yukio Sakaguchi Vs Soma Takao Vs Akito
7. Beloved Hometown! Itabashi Specialty Special 3 Way Match: HARASHIMA & Masahiro Takanashi Vs Masato Tanaka & Tetsuhiro Kuroda Vs MAO & Makoto Oishi

There is currently one Right To Challenge Contract in play along with the sword that represents the Right To Challenge At Saitama Super Arena. Three more contracts will come into action when February begins.

Cody Hall’s return to DDT has him teaming up with Yukio Naya again. They last joined forces at the “ULTIMATE PARTY 2019!” Tag Gauntlet back in November.

Ibaraki Kasumigaura Cultural Gymnasium

1. Danshoku Dieno & Antonio Honda Vs Toru Owashi & Kazuki Hirata
2. Yuki Ueno, Naomi Yoshimura & Tomomitsu Matsunaga Vs Daisuke Sasaki, Soma Takao & Hiroshi Yamato
3. Kazusada Higuchi, Yukio Sakaguchi & Saki Akai Vs MAO, Makoto Oishi Vs Keigo Nakamura
4. DDT Megatonweight Single Match: Cody Hall Vs Yuki Iino
5. ALL OUT Vs DAMNATION!: Konosuke Takeshita & Akito Vs Tetsuya Endo & Mad Paulie
6. Ibaraki Hero Hayato “Mach” Sakurai & Tanomusaku Toba Triumph! Kasumigaura Specialty 6-Man Tag Match: HARASHIMA, Hayato Sakurai & Tanomusaku Toba Vs Masahiro Takanashi, Mizuki Watase & Yukio Naya

The newly named Eruption have a chance to get their hands on the next challenger for the KO-D Openweight Title.

Kitazawa Town Hall

1. Keigo Nakamura BOYZ Assessment Match: Hiroshi Yamato Vs Keigo Nakamura
2. BOYZ Ace Showdown: MAO Vs Yuki Ueno
3. Fairy BOYZ: Yasu Urano & Antonio Honda Vs Kazusada Higuchi & Naomi Yoshimura
4. DAMNATION Vs BOYZ!: Soma Takao & Tetsuya Endo Vs Jun Masaoka & Kazuki Hirata
5. BOYZ-Like Exchange Match: Konosuke Takeshita & Masahiro Takanashi Vs Shuichiro Tominaga & Shota
6. HomoClo Revival: Danshoku Dieno, Makoto Oishi & Akito (w/ KUDO & Hiroshi Fukuda) Vs HARASHIMA, Keisuke Ishii & Mizuki Watase

The Homoiro Clover Z reunion gets even bigger with former members KUDO & Hiroshi Fukuda (aka Trans-Am ★ Hiroshi) standing in the team’s corner for the main event.

Whatever contest Hiroshi Yamato and Kazuki Hirata were going to have has been cancelled. Instead Hirata will be teaming with Jun Masaoka to face the invading DAMNATION team of Soma Takao & Tetsuya Endo. Yamato now has a match with Keigo Nakamura to see whether or not Nakamura is worthy of becoming a BOY. Akito thinks he should belong to YaroZ.

DDT “INTO THE FIGHT 2020”, 23/02/2020
Tokyo Korakuen Hall

1. DDT UNIVERSAL Title: Konosuke Takeshita Vs Chris Brookes
2. KO-D Openweight Title: Masato Tanaka (c) Vs MAO

The #STRONGHEARTS trio of CIMA, T-Hawk & El Lindaman will be on the show. The unit still has the business relationship with DAMNATION.

DDT “ISN’T IT DRAMATIC 2020”, 24/02/2020
Nagoya City East Sports Center

1. Saki Akai “Okibariyasu” 7 Match Series – 4th Match – Rocky Of Naniwa II Vs Human Torpedo II: Saki Akai Vs Miranda Gordy

The next challenge Saki Akai will face in the Okibariyasu series is Miranda Gordy, the daughter of Terry Gordy! Miranda began wrestling in the American indies last year and is touring Japan in February as part of Tokyo Championship Wrestling. She sent a video to the DDT office explaining that she and Akai share something in common. Akai’s dad was a great boxer and Gordy’s dad was a great wrestler. But Miranda thinks she is a better wrestler than Akai and will crush her in the ring to prove it. Akai understands it is important to be proud of her father’s blood but they will be fighting each other regardless of their second generation status. Akai has been nicknamed “The Rocky Of Naniwa II” because of her family connection but when she finishes the series, she wants to have earned a new nickname for herself.


October 30, 2017

BASARA “HIROSHI AID”, 29/10/2017
108 Fans

1. Shinya Ishida & Takato Nakano defeated Yasu Urano & Gouma Ryu when Ishida pinned Ryu with the Boom Boom Elbow (13:02).
2. FUMA & Yusuke Kubo defeated Trans-Am ★ Tomato & SAGAT when FUMA pinned SAGAT with the Heavy Metal Anthem (10:51).
3. Takumi Tsukamoto defeated Daichi Kazato with a High Angle Backslide (10:17).
4. Isami Kodaka & Tank Nagai defeated Ryuichi Sekine & Ryota Nakatsu when Kodaka pinned Sekine with a Frankensteiner (17:46).
5. Find The Next Generation Trans-Am! Hiroshi Birth! Rumble: Trans-Am ★ Hiroshi (SAGAT) defeated Trans-Am ★ Hiroshi (Gouma Ryu) with the Perfect Plex (10:42).
Order Of Elimination: Trans-Am ★ Hiroshi (Yasu Urano), Trans-Am ★ Hiroshi (Ryuichi Sekine), Trans-Am ★ Hiroshi (Daichi Kazato), Trans-Am ★ Hiroshi (Takato Nakano), Trans-Am ★ Hiroshi (Ryota Nakatsu), Trans-Am ★ Hiroshi (FUMA), Hiroshi Fukuda (Takumi Tsukamoto), Trans-Am ★ Hiroshi (Goro Jr.), Trans-Am ★ Hiroshi (Isami Kodaka) and Trans-Am ★ Hiroshi (Gouma Ryu).

BASARA put together “HIROSHI AID” to help out Trans-Am ★ Hiroshi while he is still recovering from his dislocated shoulder. Since this was the first un-numbered BASARA show, nobody knew what to expect. The main event was a Royal Rumble to determine the next Trans-Am ★ Hiroshi will be while the current one is out of action. Most of the other wrestlers on the show took part resembling one of the many different costumes Hiroshi has worn in his career and mimicking his spots. Takumi Tsukamoto even came out as the rookie era Hiroshi Fukuda to spice things up a bit. FUMA did his own twist of the gimmick and rocked out to “LA Metal”. One notable absence was Yusuke Kubo. Instead, his place was taken by his old Goro Jr. gimmick and he eliminated most of the field with Spinning Back Punches. SAGAT was the last Hiroshi standing but the real Hiroshi did not want to pass the gimmick over to him. SAGAT knows in his heart he isn’t Trans-Am ★ Hiroshi, he is SAGAT. There is only one real Trans-Am ★ Hiroshi and this Rumble was only done for his entertainment! Isami Kodaka saw the funny side and he wished Hiroshi well until he returns to BASARA. Hiroshi said this is his goodbye until 3rd November. That isn’t the date of his return match, he’ll just be at the next show.

In the semi-main event, Isami Kodaka put a stop to Ryuichi Sekine’s wave of momentum heading into their Union MAX Title match. Kodaka countered the Let’s Combine into a Frankensteiner to get the three count. Kodaka yelled at Sekine after the match to go stand at the blue corner instead of the neutral corner because he is the challenger. He then said he knows Sekine inside out and that means Sekine can’t beat him. Sekine had to tell himself that Kodaka is wrong. He has to hit, kick and do whatever he can to move forward and win the title because nothing is stupid when he puts his mind to it.


June 23, 2016


Shinjuku FACE
437 Fans – Super No Vacancy

1. Hercules Senga & Tsutomu Oosugi defeated Choun-Shiryu & Puroresu Mania Mask when Oosugi pinned Shiryu with a Jumping Backwards Rolling Cradle (6:00).
2. 99.9 ~Osaka Origin Wrestling Attorney~: Ryu Gouma defeated Atsushi Maruyama and Kikutaro when Gouma pinned Kikutaro after a Chop from Maruyama (8:45).
3. Masamune defeated Daichi Kazato with the Lightning Cutter (13:18).
4. Dance! Ueki 24 Hour Police Contact! Cavalry Big Investigation Aggregate SP: Ryuichi Sekine, Ryota Nakatsu & Koji Iwamoto defeated Brahman Shu, Brahman Kei & Takayuki Ueki when Sekine pinned Ueki with the Ryusetsu (12:08).
5. Hardcore 6-Man Tag Team Match: Takumi Tsukamoto, Hi69 & SAGAT defeated FUMA, Madoka & Yusuke Kubo when SAGAT pinned Kubo with the Gore Grind onto a chair (18:37).
6. Heaven Summit ~Itadaki~ Final: Hiroshi Fukuda defeated Isami Kodaka with the Perfect Plex (23:41).


In an upset, Hiroshi Fukuda has won the first ever Heaven Summit ~Itadaki~ tournament! BASARA’s token American wrestler went against Isami Kodaka with 500,000 yen on the line. Fukuda led the crowd with “USA” chants but had an uphill battle. Kodaka gave him a Brainbuster on the floor and tried to win by countout. Fukuda barely made it back in time. The tables turned when Fukuda rolled away from a Diving Double Knee Drop. Fukuda then applied a Figure Four Leg Lock. Kodaka countered the Perfect Plex into a Reverse Double Armbar. Kodaka hit the Diving Double Knee Drop but Fukuda kicked out. He blocked the Zan Isamuashi and gave Kodaka the Perfect Plex but that also resulted in a nearfall. Kodaka hit the Zeyyari but Fukuda hit back with a Brack Drop. He did one more Perfect Plex and this was the one to put Kodaka away! Fukuda now stands on top of BASARA!


Exhausted after the main event, Kodaka presented Fukuda with the cash prize. Kodaka then announced BASARA will run Korakuen Hall for the first time on 25th December! Fukuda said the bruises covering his body from his match with Daisuke Sekimoto at the first BASARA show were all good for something. He then revealed today is the last day he is Hiroshi Fukuda. From now on he is Trans-Am ★ Hiroshi! He has climbed to the world’s highest level to become BASARA’s strongest foreigner!


SAGAT is becoming a changed man after his experience in Heaven Summit. His face paint is gone, his long hair is now cut into a mohawk and he now wears a one strap singlet under his usual wrestling gear. His progression continued when he got the win in a Hardcore 6-Man Tag Team Match. SAGAT shook Takumi Tsukamoto’s hand after the match and told him he felt lost until he met him. He was so anxious that he couldn’t speak until now. He thanks Tsukamoto for helping him.


The trio of Takayuki Ueki and the Brahman Brothers pulled off a cheap shot on Cavalry when they attacked during a handshake at the start of Match #4. They placed a suitcase in between Ryota Nakatsu’s legs and threw a bowling ball into it. Ueki pulled out his gun but Ryuichi Sekine kicked it out of his hands. Ueki got the gun again and tried to take Cavalry’s stick horses captive. They were rescued and Ueki lost his nerve, begging for forgiveness. Sekine instead gave him the Ryusetsu kick to win the match.


Masamune gave credit to Daichi Kazato for hitting him with a good Axe Bomber.


Ryu Gouma has been paying attention to the Iron Man Heavymetalweight Title changes in America that have been appearing on Twitter and Youtube throughout the week. By the time this show took place Kikutaro was the last known champion. So obviously Gouma’s goal was to beat Kikutaro in the 3 Way match and become the new champion. He tried to hit Kikutaro with his statute book but the referee stopped him. What followed was Gouma and the ref both grabbing the book and pulling it away from each other. It ended with the ref accidentally whacking Kikutaro in the head with the book, knocking him out. Atsushi Maruyama then Chopped Gouma in the back of the neck. Gouma fell on top of Kikutaro and Maruyama jumped on top of them for the three count. However the referee ruled that Gouma pinned Kikutaro so he was the winner! Gouma celebrated and asked where the title was. Kikutaro had to explain that he lost the championship to someone else in America before coming home and the video hadn’t been posted online yet.


Puroresu Mask Man entered the ring to The Great Sasuke’s “Separados” theme song. He mimicked the moves of Ultimo Dragon and Tiger Mask. However he was left vulnerable when Tsutomu Oosugi unmasked him during a Hurricanrana attempt. Oosugi capitalised and pinned a distracted Choun-Shiryu.


June 12, 2016


Osaka Higashinari Kumin Hall
207 Fans – No Vacancy

1. Kazuaki Mihara & Koji Iwamoto defeated Atsushi Maruyama & Ryu Gouma when Iwamoto pinned Gouma with the Aloof Art (9:38).
2. Naniwa Hardcore Legend ~Emperor Of Sagawa~: Takumi Tsukamoto pinned SAGAT with the Dumping Tiger Suplex onto a chair (8:37).
3. Masamune & Hi69 defeated Daichi Kazato & Tsutomu Oosugi when Masamune submitted Kazato with the Honebami (13:20).
4. Heaven Summit ~Itadaki~ A Block: Yusuke Kubo (4) defeated Ryuichi Sekine (4) with the Leg Clutch Goro Suplex (13:34).
5. Heaven Summit ~Itadaki~ B Block: Hiroshi Fukuda (6) defeated FUMA (5) with the Perfect Plex (17:19).
6. Heaven Summit ~Itadaki~ A Block: Isami Kodaka (6) defeated Ryota Nakatsu (4) with the Isamuashi Zan (16:51).

Block A Standings

1. Isami Kodaka (6)
2. Ryota Nakatsu (4)
-. Ryuichi Sekine (4)
-. Yusuke Kubo (4)
-. SAGAT (2)

Block B Standings

1. Hiroshi Fukuda (6)
2. FUMA (5)
-. Takumi Tsukamoto (5)
4. Daichi Kazato (4)
5. Ryu Gouma (0)

The group stage of Heaven Summit ~Itadaki~ are now over and there are two clear block winners. Isami Kodaka and Hiroshi Fukuda will face each other in the final on 23rd June. Kodaka beat Ryota Nakatsu and Fukuda beat FUMA, both matches determined who would have won the blocks. Ryuichi Sekine was also in the running but he suffered an upset defeat to Yusuke Kubo.

Masamune called Kodaka into the ring after Match #3. He asked Kodaka if he was available on 14th August? Masamune will be running a show in Osaka that day and he wants to team with Kodaka to take on Billiken Kid & HUB! With the audience supporting the idea, Kodaka accepted.

Takumi Tsukamoto and SAGAT seem to have bonded after their hardcore match. After the bout Tsukamoto asked SAGAT to say his real feelings instead of having Hiroshi Fukuda speak on his behalf. SAGAT just screamed and grunted into the microphone. Tsukamoto said that was nothing to worry about and shook SAGAT’s hand after. SAGAT was a lot calmer in his post-match interview. He said that while he is still with Fukuda under the team name Hiroshi du Soleil, he is open to change and a possible team with Tsukamoto in the future.

Atsushi Maruyama arrived late to the show, appearing at ringside when it began. He and Ryu Gouma did their in-ring warm ups during the show introductions. Gouma wanted revenge on Koji Iwamoto for damaging his statute book on last Friday’s show. Gouma tried to use his book as a weapon but Kyohei Wada blocked him. That allowed Iwamoto to hit the Aloof Art and get the win for his team.


June 10, 2016


BASARA “VAJRA 12 ~RYOKO KYOTO~”, 10/06/2016
Kitasenju Theatre 1010
120 Fans – Super No Vacancy

1. Heaven Summit ~Itadaki~ A Block: SAGAT (2) defeated Yusuke Kubo (2) with the Pachiki (11:17).
2. Think About The Troubles Of Foreigners in JAPAN: Ryuichi Sekine, Ryota Nakatsu & Koji Iwamoto defeated Ryu Gouma, Heddi French & Choun-Shiryu when Iwamoto pinned Gouma with the Aloof Art (8:39).
3. Heaven Summit ~Itadaki~ B Block: Hiroshi Fukuda (4) defeated Daichi Kazato (4) with the Perfect Plex (10:26).
4. Heaven Summit ~Itadaki~ B Block: FUMA (5) Vs Takumi Tsukamoto (5) ended in a Draw when both were Disqualified (9:24).
5. Special Tag Match: Daisuke Sekimoto & Hideyoshi Kamitani defeated Isami Kodaka & Hi69 when Sekimoto pinned Kodaka with the Deadlift German Suplex (17:42).

Block A Standings

1. Isami Kodaka (4)
-. Ryota Nakatsu (4)
-. Ryuichi Sekine (4)
4. Yusuke Kubo (2)
-. SAGAT (2)

Block B Standings

1. FUMA (5)
-. Takumi Tsukamoto (5)
3. Daichi Kazato (4)
-. Hiroshi Fukuda (4)
5. Ryu Gouma (0)

After the main event Isami Kodaka gestured to Daisuke Sekimoto that he wants one more match. Kodaka said he lost to HARASHIMA in DDT and he lost to Sekimoto in Big Japan. It frustrates him but he has BASARA to fight for. He said it is a place for guys like Hi69 to step up. He will continue to fight for now and beyond. He thanked the fans for cheering for him. Oh, and also for cheering Hi69.

There was no love lost between Takumi Tsukamoto and FUMA. Both of them lost their cool and could not be separated. Kyohei Wada couldn’t regain control of the match and disqualified both of them. They were finally kept apart by the other wrestlers at ringside. The match counts as a draw so both of them received a point. However Tsukamoto cannot qualify for the final. That goes to the winner of FUMA Vs Hiroshi Fukuda on Sunday.

In the match between Hiroshi Fukuda and Daichi Kazato, Fukuda kept offering to shake Kazato’s hand. Whenever Kazato reached out to accept it Fukuda lifted his own arm into the air and yelled “Hooooooo!”. Even when Fukuda beat him to keep him out of the final, Kazato saw the funny side and smiled.

Ryu Gouma brought in two “beleaguered foreigners” to help him fight Cavalry. The foreigners turned out to be Heddi French and Choun-Shiryu, making this Shiryu’s BASARA debut. Gouma wanted to help solve his partner’s problems. Cavlry protested Shiryu’s entry into the match and he reminded them he is Chinese. Gouma said the unjust discrimination shown by Cavalry should be solved with legal fighting and the match began. French admitted learning Japanese is difficult. Gouma encouraged him because he was able to say that in Japanese. During the match everyone in Cavalry decided to share their problems with Gouma. Ryota Nakatsu was worried that no one in the audience will go to the Drop Kick Bar after the show. Gouma told him at least two people will. Ryuichi Sekine complained that his liver function is insanely high and he can’t donate blood because of it. Gouma said his problem might involve uric acid so he should take medicine for it. Koji Iwamoto didn’t want to tell anyone his problems. Sekine cut in and said he hates sweet peppers. The match broke down into a brawl and Iwamoto gave his finisher on Gouma onto his statute book to win the match for Cavalry.

In his final match for the Heaven Summit tournament, SAGAT finally grabbed a victory. He beat Yusuke Kubo to end his losing streak and was so happy he hugged the referee down onto the ring mat. With no more matches left in the tournament SAGAT is looking forward to the future. First up is a Hardcore Match against Takumi Tsukamoto this Sunday.


May 29, 2016


Yokohama Radiant Hall
197 Fans – No Vacancy

1. Hi69 & Daichi Kazato defeated Kazuhiro Tamura & Daisuke Kanehira when Kazato pinned Kanehira with the Explosive Axe Bomber (13:29).
2. Atsushi Maruyama Den 2016 ~Black Ships And The Sword~: Eddie French defeated Atsushi Maruyama and Joey Ryan when French submitted Maruyama with a Tree Of Woe (7:48).
3. Takumi Tsukamoto & Koji Iwamoto defeated FUMA & Madoka when Tsukamoto pinned FUMA with a School Boy (11:33).
4. Abdullah Kobayashi & Takayuki Ueki defeated Hiroshi Fukuda & SAGAT when Kobayashi pinned SAGAT with the Bakachinga Elbow (11:20).
5. Heaven Summit ~Itadaki~ A Block: Yusuke Kubo (2) defeated Ryota Nakatsu (4) with the Wrist Clutch Goro Suplex (15:18).
6. Heaven Summit ~Itadaki~ A Block: Ryuichi Sekine (4) defeated Isami Kodaka (4) with the Ryusetsu (20:03).

Block A Standings

1. Isami Kodaka (4)
-. Ryota Nakatsu (4)
-. Ryuichi Sekine (4)
4. Yusuke Kubo (2)
-. SAGAT (0)

Block B Standings

1. FUMA (4)
-. Daichi Kazato (4)
-. Takumi Tsukamoto (4)
4. Hiroshi Fukuda (2)
-. Ryu Gouma (0)

Ryuichi Sekine scored a big victory over Isami Kodaka in their Heaven Summit A Block match. The win halts Kodaka’s win streak and ties both of them with Ryota Nakatsu at the top of the block. Nakatsu’s progress was also stopped when he lost to Yusuke Kubo. This was Yusuke Kubo’s first win of the tournament.

Before Match #4 began the normally beastly SAGAT clearly and politely said he was honoured to wrestle against Abdullah Kobayashi & Takayuki Ueki. Hiroshi Fukuda “translated” that speech and turned it into SAGAT calling them sex crazy low lifes that he will destroy with the SAGAT Torpedo. Ueki had his own Torpedo move to counter SAGAT and the two collided when their partners Dropkicked them into each other. Ueki missed a Diving Headbutt by miles but Kobayashi got the win anyway.

FUMA complained that he kicked out at two when Takumi Tsukamoto pinned him in Match #3. FUMA then blamed the defeat on him still recovering from Manowar’s announcement that they were breaking up. He reminded himself that Manowar’s bass player Joey DeMaio once said “Death to false Metal!” FUMA called Tsukamoto false Metal and they began fighting until they were pulled apart. Tsukamoto told FUMA to get ready for their Heaven Summit match on 10th June.