DDT “DDT SPECIAL 2014” Results

October 26, 2014

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DDT “DDT SPECIAL 2014”, 26/10/2014
Tokyo Korakuen Hall
2,200 Fans – Super No Vacancy Full House
DDT Dramatic General Election Ranking In Parentheses

0. Dark Match: MIKAMI (#21) defeated Shunma Katsumata (#24) with a School Boy (4:19).
0. Dark Match: Shigehiro Irie (#23) Vs Daisuke Sasaki (#22) ended in a Time Limit Draw (10:00).
1. Saki Akai (#6) & Makoto Oishi (#16) defeated Cherry (#7) & Yasu Urano (#11) when Oishi pinned Cherry with the Miracle Ecstasy (6:35).
2. KUDO (#10) & Masa Takanashi (#15) defeated Keisuke Ishii (#4) & Soma Takao (#8) when Takanashi pinned Soma with the Takatonic (7:09).
3. Tetsuya Endo (#20) defeated Kazuki Hirata (#11) with a Cradle (3:38).
4. Yukio Sakaguchi (#17) defeated Super Sasadango Machine (#18) with a Reverse Cross Armbreakr (2:57).
5. Dramatic Send Off ~ Kenny Omega Last DDT Match – Falls Count Anywhere Match: Kota Ibushi (#1) & Kenny Omega (#18) defeated Danshoku Dino (#5) & Konosuke Takeshita (#18) when Omega pinned Dino after the Golden Shower (25:43).
6. DDT Extreme Title – Give Up Only Match: Akito (c) (#9) defeated Antonio Honda (#13) with a Sharpshooter (13:38).
*V2 for Akito.
7. KO-D Openweight Title: HARASHIMA (c) (#3) defeated Isami Kodaka (#2) with the Somato (15:21).
*V5 for HARASHIMA.

KO-D Title Next Challenger Rock-Paper-Scissors Tournament

1. Round 1: Tetsuya Endo defeated Super Sasadango Machine with Scissors.
2. Round 1: Makoto Oishi defeated Yukio Sakaguchi with Paper.
3. Round 1: Konosuke Takeshita defeated Masa Takanashi with Scissors.
4. Round 1: Yasu Urano defeated Antonio Honda with Paper.
5. Round 1: Kazuki Hirata defeated KUDO with Scissors.
6. Round 1: Soma Takao defeated Akito with Paper.
7. Round 1: Cherry defeated Saki Akai with Paper.
8. Round 1: Keisuke Ishii defeated Danshoku Dino with Scissors.
9. Quarter Final: Makoto Oishi defeated Tetsuya Endo with Paper.
10. Quarter Final: Yasu Urano defeated Konosuke Takeshita with Rock.
11. Quarter Final: Soma Takao defeated Kazuki Hirata with Rock.
12. Quarter Final: Cherry defeated Keisuke Ishii with Paper.
13. Semi Final: Yasu Urano defeated Makoto Oishi with Rock.
14. Semi Final: Soma Takao defeated Cherry with Paper.
15. Final: Soma Takao defeated Yasu Urano with Paper.

The entire card for today’s show was created based on the results of the DDT Dramatic General Election. In the main event HARASHIMA defended the KO-D Openweight Title against the runner up of the election Isami Kodaka. The winner Kota Ibushi gets his title shot in Saitama Super Arena next February. The two were involved in several matches together this year including the main event of Sumo Hall but they never faced each other one on one until today. HARASHIMA once and for all came out on top and told Kodaka the match was fun. Amon Tsurumi came out and declared an immediate Rock, Paper, Scissors tournament to determine the No. 1 Contender for 30th November. Soma Takao beat Yasu Urano in the final and told HARASHIMA afterwards that the General Election wasn’t the end of the tension, it is just the beginning. HARASHIMA said he isn’t nervous because Takao won a tournament based on luck and he’ll have to increase his ability much more if he wants to win.

Akito seems pretty pleased with his DDT Extreme Title run so far. He’s been happy with the rule choices he defends the title under and today was a Give Up only match against Antonio Honda. He thinks he is now making the Extreme Title accessible to both the junior and senior wrestlers of DDT to chase after.

Today was the final match of DDT’s resident charismatic Canadian, Kenny Omega. For six years, Kenny has done almost everything you could think of for the company. Now it is time for him to move on and advance his career over in New Japan. But first he had a Fall Count Anywhere match to compete in. Teaming with Kota Ibushi for what may be the final Golden Lovers match for a while (Ibushi now wrestles as Heavyweight in New Japan, Kenny is sticking with the Jr. Heavyweight division when he moves over), they took on Danshoku Dino & Konosuke Takeshita. Kenny received a golden reaction from the crowd in attendence and the entire ring was covered in streamers for his ring introduction. The match was interrupted near the end by Michael Nakazawa when he pulled Yukinori Matsui out of the ring during a pinfall. Michael said he didn’t want Kenny to leave and so couldn’t let the match finish. Ibushi knocked out Michael and the match continued. Tetsuya Endo then interrupted the match when he pulled Daisuke Kiso out of the ring. Endo also begged Kenny not to leave. Ibushi knocked out Endo and the match continued once more. Kenny was about to pin Dino again the lights went out and his music played and his music played prematurely. Out came Yoshihiko dressed as Kenny! Nakazawa said that even Kennyhiko didn’t want Kenny to leave and the doll suddenly got into a fight with Ibushi in what is probably the weirdest love triangle in wrestling since Perry Saturn, Terri Runnels and Moppy. When the match finally got back on track Kenny gave Takeshita the One-Winged Angel and then joined Ibushi on the top rope to do the Golden Shower onto Dino. After the match Kenny admitted that saying goodbye would not be suitable because he is not retiring. DDT will always be with him and he hopes everyone will continue to cheer for him in New Japan.

Before Yukio Sakaguchi Vs Super Sasadango Machine could begin, Sasadango held a PowerPoint presentation titled “Measuring The Tendency Of Martial Artists In Pro Wrestling”. Sasadango worked out that he has no advantages over Sakaguchi other than height and weight. Sakaguchi’s strength is his striking ability and his weakness is his lack of experience as a pro wrestler. Sasadango needed more research so he then called the University of Europe to look up if a father’s weaknesses can be inherited by his children. He somehow worked out that Seiji Sakaguchi was the weakest amongst his siblings, therefore Yukio must be weak too. To mark this discovery, Sasadango developed a new pinning move called the Kids Clutch Lehmann Shock. Applying it once would remove 35% of the victim’s hit points, applying it twice would reduce 75% and applying it three times would take away 105%. The match began and Sasadango did the move twice, both getting nearfalls. He did it a third time but Sakaguchi countered it into a Reverse Cross Armbreaker and forced Sasadango to submit.

Tetsuya Endo defeated Kazuki Hirata pretty quickly, countering the Viagra Driver into a roll up for the pin. Afterwards Endo threw out the challenge for T2Hide Vs Happy Motel for the KO-D 6-Man Tag Team Titles. Hirata was about to accept and wanted the match to be in Shizuoka Kiramesse Numazu but his partners Sanshiro Takagi & Toru Owashi physically stopped him from saying it. Owashi called Hirata irresponsible for acting so rash, especially since they could hold the match at Korakuen Hall in front of a bigger audience. Hirata then slapped both Owashi and Takagi! He didn’t care how many people would see it or how small the venue is, he wants to show Happy Motel he isn’t a loser. The challenge was accepted and the title match will be in Shizuoka on 9th November.

DDT revealed some of its big matches for the rest of the year. The KO-D Openweight Title will be defended in Korakuen Hall on 30th November and 23rd December. Those are the final defences for the title until DDT goes to Saitama Super Arena next February. Big Japan powerhouse Daisuke Sekimoto will compete at the Saitama Super Arena show. The KO-D Tag Team Titles will be defended in Kawaguchi on 2nd November and then on the 30th November Korakuen show. Yasu Urano also announced that Kendo Kashin will wrestle at the Smile Squash produced event in Korakuen on 11th December.

The Iron Man Heavymetalweight Title may soon be vacated. Sanshiro Takagi noticed that the belt hasn’t been seen since “RYOGOKU PETER PAN 2014” when popstar LiLiCo became the champion. Amon Tsurumi said that LiLiCo has a busy schedule so she has been unable to appear at any DDT show. Takagi then demanded that LiLiCo appears at Korakuen on 30th November otherwise she will be stripped of the title! Takagi also pointed out that the title is still active and it is possible she could lose it to somebody else until then.

Some new projects are on the way. There will be two DDT apps released on iPhone next month. DDT Nyokinyoki is a training game of some sort and DDT Camera lets you add DDT wrestlers to your pictures. The DDT Manga Project was also announced in collaboration with GANMA!, an online manga service. Sanshiro Takagi and Danshoku Dino will audition professional and amateur manga artsits for a serialized DDT manga.

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Kenny Omega To Leave DDT, Joins New Japan

October 3, 2014

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An emergency press conference was held by DDT today to announce Kenny Omega will finish working for the company in October and will be permanently transferring over to New Japan. Due to changing circumstances DDT is now signing its roster to 6 month contracts instead of year long contracts. During negotiations Omega said he wanted to work for New Japan and was determined to move. NJPW president Naoki Sugabayashi said he was surprised when he heard about Omega’s proposal but immediately started discussions with other New Japan staff to sign him. A deal was struck between DDT and New Japan to let Kenny finish up his remaining dates with DDT.

Kenny said he has often wrestled in New Japan, usually in the Best Of The Super Juniors tournament, but always felt like he was just a guest. He thinks New Japan has the best wrestlers in the world and he wants to prove he is the best Junior Heavyweight. Leaving DDT will be painful and he will feel lonely without them but he is at his physical peak. He will be disappointed if he could never reach his limit at 100%. Kenny confirmed he is not signing a dual contract like Kota Ibushi (who has signed a new one year contract with NJPW). He needs to put all of his focus on New Japan if he wants to be successful.

DDT president Sanshiro Takagi told the press he respects the will of his wrestlers as to why he is allowing Kenny to transfer between companies. Ibushi did not want to leave DDT entirely for New Japan so a deal was made for him to sign two contracts with the goal of boosting both companies. Because Kenny had so much desire to wrestle for New Japan, Takagi would not stop him from leaving.

When asked about whether or not Omega will continue the Golden Lovers team with Ibushi, Omega said they now wrestle in different divisions. Omega is sticking with Jr. Heavyweight while Ibushi has recently become a heavyweight. Omega says he has no choice but to find a new partner if he was to focus on tag team wrestling. He does wonder if he and Ibushi will eventually team together again in New Japan though. He was asked if there was a unit he wants to join. Kenny said he considered joining Bullet Club but they don’t suit him. For now his goal is to win the IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Title as soon as possible.

Kenny’s last words for his fans is they should continue supporting DDT. To the fans of New Japan, he wants to show them more of his style of wrestling. He also wants to make new fans out of people who have never seen him before. Omega’s match for DDT will be at the 26th October Korakuen Hall show. It will be himself and Ibushi against Danshoku Dino and Konosuke Takeshita in a Falls Count Anywhere match. There is no date set yet for his first New Japan match.


DDT “GOD BLESS DDT 2013” Results

November 17, 2013

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DDT “GOD BLESS DDT 2013”, 17/11/2013
Tokyo Korakuen Hall
1,851 Fans – Super No Vacancy

1. KO-D 6-Man Tag Team Title Contender Match: Danshoku Dino, Makoto Oishi & Aja Kong defeated Sanshiro Takagi, Toru Owashi & Kazuki Hirata when Kong pinned Hirata with the Vertical Drop Brainbuster (9:53).
2. Battle Royal: Guanhculo defeated Hikaru Sato by Ring Out (12:05).
Other Competitors: MIKAMI, Masa Takanashi, Tomomitsu Matsunaga, Michael Nakazawa, Hoshitango, Soma Takao, Gota Ihashi, DJ Nira and Daisuke Sasaki.
3. KUDO & Yasu Urano defeated Konosuke Takeshita & Tetsuya Endo when KUDO pinned Endo with the Diving Double Knee Drop (11:50).
4. Yukio Sakaguchi & Akito defeated Shigehiro Irie & Keisuke Ishii by Referee Stoppage when Sakaguchi knocked out Irie with a Knee To The Face (11:33).
5. DDT Extreme Title – Blindfold Hidden Breasts Match: HARASHIMA (c) defeated Antonio Honda when HARASHIMA stripped Honda’s bra with the Somato (12:03).
*V1 for HARASHIMA.
6. KO-D Tag Team Titles: Isami Kodaka & Yuko Miyamoto (c) defeated Kota Ibushi & Kenny Omega when Kodaka pinned Omega with the Rasengan (20:57).
*V3 for Yankii Ni Cho Kenju.

Isami Kodaka & Yuko Miyamoto made it clear they are the very best tag team in DDT right now after defeating the Golden Lovers to retain the KO-D Tag Team Titles. Their next defence will be in Hakata on 15th December. The champions pointed out that two wrestlers from Union and 666 now currently dominate both the DDT and Big Japan tag team divisions and they should not be treated like fools because they come from “smelly indies”. Kodaka even asked for the title match to take place in the streets or the local shopping mall. Backstage, Kenny Omega said being defeated was the worst and both he and Kota Ibushi wrestled with injuries. He wants a Falls Count Anywhere rematch in DDT next year and even Ibushi said he wants revenge.

HARASHIMA defended the DDT Extreme Title in a Blindfold Hidden Breasts Match against Antonio Honda. The rule were both men had to wear blindfolds and bras. The first man to find and strip his opponent’s bra would win. Yukinori Matsui got caught in the crossfire a few times and narrowly avoided the Somato from the champion. HARASHIMA was able to knock down Honda with a High Kick and then flattened him with the Somato, pulling off Honda’s bra afterwards to win. HARASHIMA complimented Honda for coming up with a great match idea which taught him some valuable experience.

DJ Nira suddenly appeared with Daisuke Kiso by his side. He told HARASHIMA it would be either him or Kiso who will be the next challenger. He then gave Kiso the Rocket Punch and said he was the next challenger. The match is booked for the 23rd November show in Yokohama However, Guanchulo earlier won a Battle Royal that granted him a shot at HARASHIMA’s Iron Man Heavymetalweight Title. It was agreed that he will face HARASHIMA in Sendai on the 24th. Kazuki Hirata snuck into the ring and attacked HARASHIMA. He rolled over HARASHIMA for a pin but only got a two count. He then fled the ring. If that wasn’t enough, Amon Tsurumi announced that HARASHIMA will defend his KO-D Openweight Title against Yukio Sakaguchi at the 23rd December Korakuen Hall show. HARASHIMA offered a handshake to Sakaguchi but he gave him a fist bump instead.

Speaking of Sakaguchi, he knocked out Shigehiro Irie with a Knee Strike to the face during their tag team match. Irie actually kicked out of the pin but was too groggy to stand up so the referee called for the match to end. A stretcher was brought out but Irie was helped out to the locker room by Keisuke Ishii and Soma Takao instead. Irie had no idea what happened and didn’t know the match was over.

Danshoku Dino & Makoto Oishi have found the perfect partner to go after the KO-D 6-Man Tag Team Titles. That wrestler is Aja Kong! The trio earned a title shot by beating two thirds of the champs and Kazuki Hirata. Dino said they are all ready to bukkake on the grand champion Akebono.

Saki Akai will return for her third wrestling match at the 23/12 Korakuen show.

Masa Takanashi will be holding a special 10th Anniversary show in Edogawa on 17th December. Shuji Ishikawa, Kazuhiro Tamura, Emi Sakura and the UMA Corps will all appear on the show.


Cards For Next Week

November 8, 2013

DDT “PHOENIX GENMA FIST IN NAGOYA 2013”, 10/11/2013
Nagoya Telepia Hall

1. Daisuke Sasaki Vs Guanchulo
2. Keisuke Ishii, Shigehiro Irie & Soma Takao Vs MIKAMI, Tomomitsu Matsunaga & Tetsuya Endo
3. Sanshiro Takagi & Toru Owashi Vs Kengo Takai & Koji Iwamoto
4. Kota Ibushi, Kenny Omega & Gota Ihashi Vs Danshoku Dino, Makoto Oishi & DJ Nira
5. Yasu Urano Vs Masa Takanashi
6. Irregular Rules Match: Antonio Honda Vs Michael Nakazawa
7. HARASHIMA & KUDO Vs Yukio Sakaguchi & Akito

The rules for Antonio Honda Vs Michael Nakazawa will be announced at the show.

DDT “GOD BLESS DDT 2013”, 17/11/2013
Tokyo Korakuen Hall

1. Battle Royal: MIKAMI Vs Masa Takanashi Vs Tomomitsu Matsunaga Vs Michael Nakazawa Vs Hoshitango Vs Soma Takao Vs Gota Ihashi Vs DJ Nira Vs Daisuke Sasaki Vs Hikaru Sato Vs Guanchulo
2. KUDO & Yasu Urano Vs Konosuke Takeshita & Tetsuya Endo
3. Shigehiro Irie & Keisuke Ishii Vs Yukio Sakaguchi & Akito
4. Sanshiro Takagi, Toru Owashi & Kazuki Hirata Vs Danshoku Dino, Makoto Oishi & X
5. DDT Extreme Title: HARASHIMA (c) Vs Antonio Honda
6. KO-D Tag Team Titles: Isami Kodaka & Yuko Miyamoto (c) Vs Kota Ibushi & Kenny Omega

Kenny Omega believes that when the Golden Lovers formed and won the KO-D Tag Team Titles in 2009 they were the best team in DDT. In 2010 they became legendary and he thinks they are still the best tag team not just in DDT but in the world. He acknowledged how popular Isami Kodaka & Yuko Miyamoto are but thinks they are not in the same league as himself and Ibushi.


DDT “YOKOHAMA TWILIGHT 2013 ~AUTUMN~” Results

September 23, 2013

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DDT “YOKOHAMA TWILIGHT 2013 ~AUTUMN~”, 23/09/2013
Yokohama Radiant Hall
465 Fans – Super No Vacancy Full House

1. Akito defeated Kazuki Hirata with a Modified Body Lift (7:54).
2. Toru Owashi & MIKAMI defeated DJ Nira & Michael Nakazawa with a Double Pin (0:05).
2a. Toru Owashi & MIKAMI defeated DJ Nira & Michael Nakazawa when Owashi pinned Nakazawa with a Genki Ball Choke Slam (10:04).
3. Masa Takanashi defeated Tomomitsu Matsunaga with a Samson Clutch Counter (10:34).
4. Yoshiaki Yago, Yukio Sakaguchi & Sanshiro Takagi defeated Yuji Hino, Daisuke Sasaki & Hoshitango when Sakaguchi submitted Sasaki with a Modified Cobra Clutch (13:37).
5. Kota Ibushi & Gota Ihashi defeated Soma Takao & Hiroshi Fukuda when Ibushi pinned Fukuda with the Sit Down Last Ride (11:37).
6. Yasu Urano & FUMA defeated KUDO & Makoto Oishi when Urano pinned Oishi with the Modern Times (10:44).
7. DDT Extreme Title – 3 Way 3 Round Match: Antonio Honda defeated Danshoku Dino (c) and Kenny Omega (2-1-1).
7a. Over The Top Rope Match: Kenny Omega defeated Danshoku Dino & Antonio Honda (5:00).
7b. Silent Match: Antonio Honda defeated Danshoku Dino & Kenny Omega (4:45).
7c. Kiss My Cock Match: Danshoku Dino defeated Kenny Omega & Antonio Honda (4:45).
7d. Sudden Death Kiss My Ass Match: Antonio Honda defeated Danshoku Dino & Kenny Omega when Honda pinned Dino with a Roll Up (3:11).
*Danshoku Dino fails in V2. Antonio Honda becomes the 23rd DDT Extreme Champion!

The 3 Way feud between Danshoku Dino, Kenny Omega and Antonio Honda came to its conclusion today with the DDT Extreme Title on the line. Dino made the rules for the contest and decided it would be held over three rounds so it would be clear that whoever wins overall deserves the championship. Round 1 was an Over The Top Rope match which was won by Omega. Round 2 was a Silent Match, whoever made a sound while wrestling was disqualified. Kenny messed up and was eliminated when he yelled “Stop!” at Honda before hitting him with an Enzuigiri. Honda then made Dino yell in pain when he crotched him on the top rope to win the round. Round 3 was a Kiss My Cock match where pins only counted when a wrestler had his crotch pressed against his opponent’s mouth. Naturally Dino won that round by pinning both Honda and Omega. After three rounds it was a three way tie. Dino immediately called for sudden death under Kiss My Ass rules. Dino’s choice of match backfired when Honda pinned him with a roll up, pressing his ass against Dino’s face. Honda’s victory speech included a weird metaphor about DDT growing larger means there is a decrease in nose fucking as a result.

New World Japan reunited for one night to take on the Monster Army. Sanshiro Takagi was in a furious mood because he had a train ticket for Yoshiaki Yago to send him home after the show but it went missing. He accused the Monster Army of stealing them but they denied it. The nWj trapped Daisuke Sasaki in the corner during the match and interrogated him while throwing chops to the body. Yukio Sakaguchi eventually made Sasaki submit and Takagi again demanded his ticket. Amon Tsurumi came out and said he had Takagi’s ticket. Takagi apologised and laughed it off acting like he had not just beaten up Sasaki. Yago was the last man in the ring and apologised to the fans for being away for so long. He explained he was busy selling used cars in Russia.


DDT “GO! GO! WEST TOUR IN HAKATA 2013” Results

September 8, 2013

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Hakata Sazanpia
369 Fans – Super No Vacancy Full House

1. Michael Nakazawa 3 Match Trial – Match 2: Sanshiro Takagi defeated Michael Nakazawa with the Tokyo Olympics Rotation (7:31).
2. Shigehiro Irie & Takao Soma defeated Masa Takanashi & Azul Dragon when Soma pinned Takanashi with the Gin & Tonic (8:54).
3. Yuto Aijima defeated Tomomitsu Matsunaga with a Vertical Drop Brainbuster (7:37).
4. Special Zondag 3 Way Match: Kenny Omega and Konosuke Takeshita both defeated Batten Tamagawa with the Idaho! Minnesota! Mississipi! Elbow (7:51).
5. Keisuke Ishii defeated Makoto Oishi with the Tiger Suplex (9:50).
6. DDT Extreme Title – Batten Tamagawa Ironman Match: Danshoku Dino (c) (1) defeated Antonio Honda (0) (15:00).
6a. Danshoku Dino defeated Batten Tamagawa with the Danshoku Nightmare (3:27) (1-0).
6b. Antonio Honda defeated Batten Tamagawa by Pinfall (5:59) (1-1).
6c. Antonio Honda defeated Batten Tamagawa with La Magistral (8:39) (1-2).
6d. Batten Tamagawa defeated Antonio Honda by Pinfall after Kenny Omega struck Honda with the Extreme Title (14:29) (1-0).
*V1 for Danshoku Dino.
7. HARASHIMA, Yasu Urano & KUDO defeated MIKAMI, Hikaru Sato & Yukio Sakaguchi when Urano pinned MIKAMI with the Tombstone Piledriver (17:19).

Yasu Urano told HARASHIMA that he is proud to team with a great champion and he hopes HARASHIMA will feel the same way when he wins the KO-D Openweight Title from him. HARASHIMA says he will win because he trains.

The DDT Extreme Title was defended in a 15 minute Ironman match with a difference. Danshoku Dino and Antonio Honda were both joined in the ring by Batten Tamagawa. Pinning or submitting Tamagawa would earn you a point but you would lose two points if Tamagawa defeated you. When the match was announced halfway through the show, Kenny Omega demanded to be included. His claim was denied because the contract was already signed. Kenny intruded on the match in the final minute to give Dino the Danshoku Driver. He then struck Honda with the Extreme Title belt. Kenny’s actions cost Honda the title as Tamagawa pinned him with seconds remaining, reducing his score back to zero. After the match Honda angrily demanded a 3 Way match between himself, Dino and Kenny to determine once and for all who deserves the Extreme Title. The match will take place in Yokohama on 23rd September.

Keisuke Ishii noted that it has been one year since the formation of Team Dream Futures. Since then Shigehiro Irie became the KO-D Champion while Ishii himself believes he has grown as a wrestler. He talked about when he was a young trainee in another organisation but he ran away from them. Now he wants to prove he is strong enough to fight them. The name of that organisation, you ask? All Japan Pro Wrestling! He will appeal to All Japan for a match and has the support of his Drift team mates. Tsurumi Amon pretended he didn’t hear Ishii but then offered to help and do what he can to set up an inter-promotional match in the future.

Kenny Omega and Konosuke Takeshita both defeated Batten Tamagawa in a 3 Way match. Kenny then beat Takeshita in a game of Rock-Paper-Scissors to unofficially determine the winner.

In the second match of his latest series, Michael Nakazawa wanted to wrestle as a fresh faced rookie. Like last time he became impatient and went for the Ultimate Venom Arm only for Sanshiro Takagi to avoid it and beat him with a move named after the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. After the match Nakazawa demanded that the third and final match of his trial should be a 60 minute Falls Count Anywhere Ironman match.


DDT “MEMORIES OF SUMMER VACATION 2013” Results

August 25, 2013

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DDT “MEMORIES OF SUMMER VACATION 2013”, 25/08/2013
Shinjuku FACE
506 Fans – Super No Vacancy

0. Dark Match: Guanchulo defeated Michael Nakazawa with a School Boy (5:40).
1. 4 Way Match: MIKAMI defeated Hikaru Sato, Masa Takanashi and Tomomitsu Matsunaga when MIKAMI pinned Matsunaga with a School Boy (5:46).
2. Kota Ibushi & Gota Ihashi defeated Toru Owashi & Kazuki Hirata when Ihashi pinned Hirata after Ibushi Power Bombed Ihashi onto Hirata (10:52).
3. Konosuke Takeshita defeated DJ Nira with the Touchdown (9:03).
4. Keisuke Ishii, Shigehiro Irie & Takao Soma defeated Yukio Sakaguchi, Makoto Oishi & Akito when Soma pinned Oishi with the Gin & Tonic (10:41).
5. HARASHIMA, KUDO & Yasu Urano defeated Antonio Honda, Daisuke Sasaki & Hoshitango when Urano pinned Hoshitango with a Cradle (14:29).
6. DDT Extreme Title – T-back Table Match: Danshoku Dino defeated Kenny Omega (c) with the Fighto Nipatsu off the T-back into a table (21:46).
*Kenny Omega fails in V5. Danshoku Dino becomes the 23rd DDT Extreme Champion!

Danshoku Dino is the new DDT Extreme Champion! Dino defeated Kenny Omega in a T-back Table match to win the belt. The rules of the T-back Table match is a table had to be set up on one of the corner posts and the match could only be won when someone was thrown off the “T-back” into another table. Both men fought down to their rainbow thongs and Kenny had his forehead busted open when he Moonsaulted off of the T-back on Dino and a bunch of chairs in the audience. The finish came when both men were atop the T-back. Dino tried to do the Danshoku Driver but Kenny resisted. Dino then gave him a Lip Lock and dry humped him off the T-back onto a table below to win. Kenny accepted defeat and handed the belt over to Dino. The new champion said the Extreme Title is dyed in the colour of champions and he will show that it is a major title in DDT. He then called out Antonio Honda, who will be the first challenger in Hakata on 8th September.

Tsurumi Amon told HARASHIMA that two people approached him for the 29/9 KO-D Title shot. The first person was Kazuki Hirata, who Amon dismissed immediately. The other was surprisingly Yasu Urano, HARASHIMA’s stablemate. Urano told HARASHIMA he was envious of HARASHIMA for main eventing Sumo Hall and he wanted to face him at the next big stage, Korakuen Hall. HARASHIMA would never decline a request from a friend and accepted Urano’s challenge.

Takao Soma is picking up wins with his new Gin & Tonic (Axe Guillotine Driver/Jig ‘N’ Tonic) finisher as he and Keisuke Ishii approach their KO-D Tag Team Title match against Isami Kodaka & Yuko Miyamoto next month. Soma mocked the champions goal of winning 100 title defences and said when Drift win the titles, they will defend it 105 times.

Kota Ibushi and Gota Ihashi asked Toru Owashi to team with them and challenge for the KO-D 6-Man Tag Team Titles in Korakuen next month. They also want the match to be Falls Count Anywhere.