December 31, 2015


Tokyo Korakuen Hall
1,424 Fans – Super No Vacancy Full House

1. Three Organisation Shuffle Tag Tournament – Round 1: Sanshiro Takagi & Takayuki Ueki (w/ Bed Inn) defeated Great Kojika & Tetsuya Endo when Takagi pinned Endo with La Magistral Cradle (8:57).
2. Three Organisation Shuffle Tag Tournament – Round 1: Brahman Shu & Brahman Kei defeated Kaji Tomato & Kazuki Hirata when Shu pinned Hirata and Kei pinned Tomato with Double School Boys (8:57).
3. Three Organisation Shuffle Tag Tournament – Round 1: HARASHIMA & Yuko Miyamoto defeated Kazusada Higuchi & Yoshihisa Uto when HARASHIMA pinned Uto with the Somato (8:31).
4. Three Organisation Shuffle Tag Tournament – Round 1: Jaki Numazawa & Antonio Honda Vs Makoto Oishi & Shiori Asahi ended in a Time Limit Draw (10:00).
4a. Overtime – One Count Fall: Makoto Oishi & Shiori Asahi defeated Jaki Numazawa & Antonio Honda when Oishi pinned Honda after the Cactus Flower (1:56).
5. Three Organisation Shuffle Tag Tournament – Round 1: Yuji Okabayashi & Danshoku Dino defeated Tank Nagai & Abdullah Kobayashi when Dino pinned Kobayashi after a Horizontal Chop from Okabayashi (7:40).
6. Three Organisation Shuffle Tag Tournament – Round 1: Daisuke Sekimoto & Konosuke Takeshita Vs Shigehiro Irie & Hideyoshi Kamitani ended in a Time Limit Draw (10:00).
6a. Overtime – One Count Fall: Daisuke Sekimoto & Konosuke Takeshita defeated Shigehiro Irie & Hideyoshi Kamitani when Sekimoto pinned Kamitani with the German Suplex (1:59).
7. Three Organisation Shuffle Tag Tournament – Round 1: Ryuji Ito & Ryuichi Sekine defeated TAKA Michinoku & Kazumi Kikuta when Sekine pinned Kikuta with the Ryusetsu (4:06).
8. Three Organisation Shuffle Tag Tournament – Round 1: Kengo Mashimo & Isami Kodaka defeated Yukio Sakaguchi & Kazuki Hashimoto when Mashimo pinned Hashimoto with the Vertical Drop Brainbuster (9:13).
9. Three Organisation Shuffle Tag Tournament – Round 2: Brahman Shu & Brahman Kei defeated Sanshiro Takagi & Takayuki Ueki (w/ Bed Inn) when Shu pinned Ueki with the Zombie King (6:40).
10. Three Organisation Shuffle Tag Tournament – Round 2: HARASHIMA & Yuko Miyamoto defeated Makoto Oishi & Shiori Asahi when Miyamoto pinned Oishi after the Somato from HARASHIMA (2:35).
11. Three Organisation Shuffle Tag Tournament – Round 2: Daisuke Sekimoto & Konosuke Takeshita defeated Yuji Okabayashi & Danshoku Dino when Takeshita pinned Dino with the German Suplex (10:35).
12. Three Organisation Shuffle Tag Tournament – Round 2: Kengo Mashimo & Isami Kodaka defeated Ryuji Ito & Ryuichi Sekine when Kodaka pinned Sekine with a European Clutch (6:55).
13. Three Organisation Shuffle Tag Tournament – Semi Final: HARASHIMA & Yuko Miyamoto defeated Brahman Shu & Brahman Kei when Miyamoto pinned Kei after the Somato from HARASHIMA (9:20).
14. Three Organisation Shuffle Tag Tournament – Semi Final: Daisuke Sekimoto & Konosuke Takeshita defeated Kengo Mashimo & Isami Kodaka when Takeshita pinned Kodaka with the German Suplex (13:39).
*Happy New Year!
15. Three Organisation Shuffle Tag Tournament – Final: Daisuke Sekimoto & Konosuke Takeshita defeated HARASHIMA & Yuko Miyamoto when Sekimoto pinned Miyamoto with the German Suplex (17:48).


The indie wrestling scene in Japan got together on New Year’s Eve as they always do to celebrate the end of 2015 with a big tag team tournament. While there were a few regular teams involved most were mixed between wrestlers from different organisations.


The opening match was all about the Bed Inn Girls. They were brought in by Sanshiro Takagi & Takayuki Ueki to support them throughout the tournament and also provide some sleazy entertainment in the process. The Great Kojika wasn’t impressed and he called them old hags. Tetsuya Endo however became excited when they stripped down to their swimsuits. The distraction cost him the match when he missed the Sky Twister Press and Takagi then pinned him with La Magistral Cradle. When asked about the Bed Inn Girls, Kojika said there were more attractive women in the audience. Endo admitted he now learned what his weakness is.


The Brahman Brothers did what they could to stop Kazuki Hirata & Kaji Tomato from dancing because they hate their dance music. They broke the Hirata GO! glasses but replacements were quickly found. Karate Brahman interfered in the match wearing panties and fishnet stockings but he wound up dancing with Hirata & Tomato. The Brahmans then soaked their opponents with water and went on to win the match.


The DDT site called Kazusada Higuchi & Yoshihisa Uto the Rookie Steroid Duo. HARASHIMA & Yuko Miyamoto were called Yankee Smile. Higuchi was strong enough to handle himself but Uto was overwhelmed and pinned after the Swivel Fire Thunder followed by the Somato. The rookies said they were frustrated by the loss. They would both like to face each other at some point in 2016.


Jaki Numazawa fainted after Match #4 ended in a Time Limit Draw forcing Antonio Honda to start overtime on his own. Numazawa returned as Robocop but could not make a difference. Honda fell to the Cactus Flower and they were eliminated. Honda explained the Robocop plan. Who would win a fight between Robocop and a pro wrestler? Robocop of course! Works in theory but not in practice.


Danshoku Dino introduced himself & Yuji Okabayashi as a team of homos. Okabayashi kept denying the claims. When Dino gave Abdullah Kobayashi the Lip Lock it awakened Kobayashi’s Danshoku powers. They both applied the Lip Lock on Tank Nagai then encouraged Okabayashi to do the same. Okabayashi refused and knocked out both of them. Dino fell on top of Kobayashi so it counted as a pin. Nagai’s new wife Mio Shirai wasn’t happy to learn that his face was shoved up Dino’s backside. She’s not going to kiss him after that!


Hideyoshi Kamitani showed some fire by stepping up to Konosuke Takeshita and the two were scrambling for the pin in the dying seconds of the match. When overtime took place Kamitani kicked out of a Brianbuster from Takeshita but fell to the same move from Daisuke Sekimoto. The Deadlift German Suplex sealed the deal. Shigehiro Irie was left to rue being eliminated from the first round for the second year in a row.


Match #7 was a sprint that lasted just over 4 minutes. It was the quickest match in Round 1. Kazumi Kikuta almost scored the victory with a Fisherman Suplex on Ryuichi Sekine while TAKA Michinoku had Ryuji Ito in the Just Face Lock. However the tables turned and Ito held TAKA back while Sekine put Kikuta away with the Ryusetsu.


The final match of Round 1 saw Isami Kodaka and Kengo Mashimo struggling to gel as a team. From the moment they entered the ring they were uneasy about teaming together. Some attempts at team work were blown when Kodaka accidentaly kicked Mashimo in the head. The only reason they were able to beat Yukio Sakaguchi & Kazuki Hashimoto was their intense desire to one-up each other and not be the person who took the loss. Sakaguchi took out Kodaka with a Right Knee but Mashimo got the fall on Hashimoto with the Vertical Drop Brainbuster. Mashimo & Kodaka scuffled with each other as they left ringside after the match.


Round 2 began with a messy match between Takagi & Ueki against the Brahman Brothers. The Bed Inn Girls teased Karate Brahman with feathers, a strap and a banana. In his excitement he squeezed a bottle until mysterious liquid squirted out. The Brahmans put a stop to the lewd exhibition by spitting black ink in the faces of the Bed Inn Girls. Ueki became angry and pulled out his gun but he was then crotched onto the top rope and pinned with the Zombie King.


HARASHIMA wore similar Yankee gear as Miyamoto for their second round match. Makoto Oishi had Miyamoto pinned with the Cactus Flower but HARASHIMA cut him off with the Somato. Miyamoto got the three count afterwards. After the match Oishi said he never saw HARASHIMA coming.


Okabayashi was announced as “Not a homo” when he and Dino entered the ring to face Sekimoto & Takeshita. Dino kept encouraging Okabayashi to awaken his Danshoku side. Okabayashi got so angry he abandoned Dino and left the match. Later when Dino was overwhelmed by the 2-on-1 disadvantage “Thrill” suddenly played over the speakers. Out came Danshoku Okabayashi! He and Dino double teamed Sekimoto & Takeshita with stereo Danshoku Nightmares. Okabayashi then tried to give Sekimoto the Lip Lock but it was blocked. Sekimoto then gave Dino an Atomic Drop and Takeshita hit a Lariat followed by his own Deadlift German Suplex to advance to the next round. Okabayashi finally got Sekimoto with the Lip Lock after the match and chased him away from ringside.


The dodgy teamwork continued for Kodaka & Mashimo. Kodaka once again accidentaly kicked Mashimo in the head during a blown double team spot. Kodaka was able to save their tournament hopes by pinning Sekine with the European Clutch but after the match Mashimo gave his partner a German Suplex.


When Round 2 was completed Samurai! TV and Indie No Oshigoto presented the Japan Indie Awards 2015. The Newcomer Award went to Kazusada Higuchi from DDT, the Best Box Office Award went to Big Japan for their 20th July Sumo Hall show, Best Unit went to #OhkaEmpire and Best Bout was given to Sekimoto Vs Okabayashi from BJW 7/20. Finally the MVP Award was given to Okabayashi.


For the semi finals HARASHIMA & Miyamoto had another costume change. This time Miyamoto was dressed to look more like HARASHIMA. The Brahmans fought clean at the start but soon brought out their usual collection of foreign objects. However Yankee Smile were prepared and used some of the Brahmans’ own spots against them. They blinded the Brahmans with their own black ink and hit their finishers to advance to the final.


The clock struck midnight during the second semi-final. Kodaka celebrated by immediately hitting a Tope Suicida. He and Mashimo were finally able to team together with few problems but it wasn’t enough to beat Sekimoto & Takeshita. In a big statement Takeshita pinned Kodaka just days away from their KO-D Openweight Title match. Mashimo was quick to part ways with Kodaka afterwards, only giving a “No comment” in their post-match interview.


So the final in the early hours of the morning was HARASHIMA & Yuko Miyamoto Vs Daisuke Sekimoto & Konosuke Takeshita. HARASHIMA wished everyone a “Happy New Year” before hitting a Diving Kung Fu Kick. Takeshita showed his own strength by doing Sekimoto’s Double German Suplex on Sekimoto and HARASHIMA. Miyamoto almost snuck by with the win when he countered Sekimoto’s Deadlift German into a Cradle for a nearfall. But Sekimoto hit the German Suplex on the second attempt while Takeshita wiped out HARASHIMA with the Touchdown onto the apron to end the match. Sekimoto thanked the fans for staying with them throughout the night. Takeshita said it was a special feeling getting to team with Sekimoto. Miyamoto joined in when HARASHIMA did his “Because We Practice!” catchphrase. The show ended with everyone in the tournament getting together inside the ring for the group photo.


December 31, 2011

Tokyo Korakuen Hall
1,109 Fans

0. Dark Match: The Winger & Madoka defeated Yasu Urano & Owen Phoenix when The Winger pinned Phoenix with the Okyanon Bomb (12:28).
1. Young Six Man Tag Match: Toru Sugiura, Hiroshi Fukuda & Kotao Nasu defeated Daichi Sasaki, Masashi Otani & Dyna Mido when Sugiura pinned Mido with a Missile Dropkick (8:23).
2. Young Emperor Cup – New Generation 8-Man Tag Match: Hiro Tonai, Takumi Tsukamoto, Takao Soma & HAYATA defeated Masaki Okimoto, Jun Ogawauchi, Akito & Kouzy when HAYATA pinned Kouzy with the Moonsault (9:12).
3. GENTARO, HARASHIMA & Yoshihito Sasaki defeated Kazuhiro Tamura, Kamui & Mototsugu Shimizu when HARASHIMA pinned Shimizu with the Somato (10:59).
4. Danshoku Dino Produce: Danshoku Dino defeated Kaori Yoneyama with the Danshoku Driver (22:14).
Order Of Entries: Danshoku Dino, Shinobu, Karate Brahman, Mame Endo, GUTS Ishijima, Mio Shirai, Atsushi Ohasi, Kaji Tomato, Kaji Gobo (Blk Jeez), Kaji Pot-au-feu (Ivan Markov), Spark Aoki and Kaori Yoneyama,
5. World No. 1 Independent Tag Team Gauntlet: Great Kojika & Antonio Honda win the Gauntlet.
5a. Sanshiro Takagi & TAKA Michinoku defeated CHANGO & Amigo Suzuki when Michinoku pinned CHANGO with the Super K (2:00).
5b. Sanshiro Takagi & TAKA Michinoku defeated Emi Sakura & Masa Takanashi when Takagi pinned Sakura after Yukinori Matsui gave Sakura a Buzzsaw Kick (2:57).
5c. Natsuki☆Taiyo & Yoshiko defeated Sanshiro Takagi & TAKA Michinoku when Taiyo threw Takagi out of the ring (1:53).
5d. Natsuki☆Taiyo & Yoshiko defeated Chou-un Shiryu & Dynasty when Yoshiko pinned Shiryu with the Diving Senton (2:45).
5e. Jun Kasai & Jaki Numazawa defeated Natsuki☆Taiyo & Yoshiko when Kasai threw Yoshiko out of the ring (1:49).
5f. Tsutomu Oosugi & Hercules Senga defeated Jun Kasai & Jaki Numazawa when Oosugi threw Kasai out of the ring (2:16).
5g. Shiori Asahi & Makoto Oishi defeated Tsutomu Oosugi & Hercules Senga when Asahi threw Oosugi out of the ring (2:58).
5h. Daisuke Harada & Atsushi Kotoge defeated Shiori Asahi & Makoto Oishi when Kotoge threw Asahi out of the ring (1:40).
5i. Daisuke Harada & Atsushi Kotoge defeated Hide Kubota & Yasu Kubota when Harada pinned Yasu Kubota with the Kanayama German Suplex (2:46).
5j. Brahman Shu & Brahman Kei defeated Daisuke Harada & Atsushi Kotoge when Shu pinned Kotoge with the No One’s Perfect (2:05).
5k. Brahman Shu & Brahman Kei defeated Masashi Takeda & Daisuke Sasaki when Shu threw Sasaki out of the ring (3:13).
5l. Ryuji Yamakawa & Shadow WX defeated Brahman Shu & Brahman Kei when Yamakawa pinned Kei with the Reverse Tiger Driver (1:56).
5m. Great Kojika & Antonio Honda defeated Ryuji Yamakawa & Shadow WX when Kojika pinned Yamakawa with the Iron Claw (2:25).
5n. Great Kojika & Antonio Honda defeated Yuko Miyamoto & Isami Kodaka when Kojika threw Miyamoto out of the ring (4:36).
6. Fluorescent Lighttubes Death Match: Ryuji Ito & Takashi Sasaki defeated Abdullah Kobayashi & Ken Ohka when Sasaki pinned Ohka with the Right Leg through some lighttubes (15:27).
7. Naomichi Marufuji defeated Tatsuhiko Yoshino with the Shiranui (14:11).
8. Daisuke Sekimoto & Shuji Ishikawa defeated Kengo Mashimo & Ryuichi Sekine when Sekimoto pinned Sekine with the Deadlift German Suplex (16:32).
9. Bonus Match! Ohka Vs Sekine 74 Wrestler Great War Tag: Ken Ohka, Madoka, Masashi Otani, Daichi Sasaki, Dyna Mido, Hiro Tonai, Takumi Tsukamoto, Takao Soma, HAYATA, GENTARO, HARASHIMA, CHANGO, Amigo Suzuki, Natsuki☆Taiyo, Yoshiko, Jun Kasai, Jaki Numazawa, Shiori Asahi, Makoto Oishi, Yasu Kubota, Hide Kubota, Masashi Takeda, Daisuke Sasaki, Great Kojika, Antonio Honda, Shuji Ishikawa, Daisuke Sekimoto, Atsushi Ohashi, Masked Buddy, Spark Aoki, GUTS Ishijima, Big Morohashi, Kaji Burdock, Kaji Pot-au-feu, Kaji Pot-au-feu 2 (Bonnie), Kazuki Hashimoto, Kazuki Hirata, & Abdullah Kobayashi defeated Ryuichi Sekine, Chou-un Shiryu, Yasu Urano, Owen Phoenix, Hiroshi Fukuda, Toru Sugiura, Kotaro Nasu, Jun Ogawauichi, Akito, Misaki Okimoto, Kazuhiro Tamura, Kamui, Shimizu Mototsugu, TAKA Michinoku, Sanshiro Takagi, Emi Sakura, Ribbon Takanashi, Dynasty, Tsutomu Oosugi, Mr. PUSSY, Atsushi Kotoge, Shadow WX, Ryuji Yamakawa, Yuko Miyamoto, Isami Kodaka, Takashi Sasaki, Ryuji Ito, Tatsuhiko Yoshino, Kengo Mashimo, Danshoku Dino, Kaji Tomato, Mame Endo, Karate Brahman, Mio Shirai, Kaori Yoneyama, Yuji Okabayashi & Carlos when Kobayashi pinned Shiryu with the Diving Bakachinga Elbow (8:17).

It wouldn’t be a New Year’s Eve puroresu indie show without a giant clusterfuck in the main event. The Ken Ohka Vs Ryuichi Sekine team challenge turned out to be a massive 74 person tag team match to close out the show. Ohka’s team won out in the end.

The Danshoku Dino Produce was weird. The match itself was a Royal Rumble match. But before it begun, a Samurai TV! assistant director (who oddly enough looked a lot like Tsurumi Amon) invited DDT President Sanshiro Takagi, K-DOJO founder TAKA Michinoku and Big Japan executive Eiji Tosaka down to the ring. The director challenged them not to laugh during the match. If anyone of them did laugh, either Michael Nakazawa or Tomomitsu Matsunaga would run down to the ring and spank them with a paddle. The director then called in DDT’s Kazuki Hirata and BJW’s Kazuki Hashimoto to try and make them laugh. Hashimoto was only able to make Hirata laugh, which caused him to get spanked with a paddle. That made Hashimoto laugh, which caused him to get spanked. The director said a joke and made TAKA laugh, so he got paddled too. Highlights (for a lack of a better word) from the match include Yuji Okabayashi refereeing the match while wearing a referee shirt with a midriff, Karate Brahman performing a song, Mio Shirai introducing herself as a lesbian, Atsushi Ohashi entering the match tied up in bondage rope, Kaji Tomato dancing with more and more wrestlers as they entered the match, (including CZW’s Sabian), Kaji Pot-au-feu (Ivan Markov) eliminating himself with a Tornado DDT, Okabayashi being unable to count above the number 6 and Takagi, TAKA and Tosaka getting constantly paddled for laughing at the nonsense directed at them.

Masa Joins USA Trip, Suicide Boyz Reunion, Union, New Year’s Eve

November 30, 2011

“THE INDIE SUMMIT 2011”, 03/12/2011
Asylum Arena, Philadelphia, USA

1. Kamui & Devon Moore Vs Joker & BLK-Jeez
2. Kengo Mashimo & Takashi Sasaki Vs Drake Younger & MASADA
3. CZW World Jr. Heavyweight Title: Sami Callihan (c) Vs Yoshihito Sasaki
4. Danshoku Dino Vs DJ Hyde
5. 3 Way: Dick Togo Vs KUDO Vs Masa Takanashi
6. Shattered Dreams Match: Jun Kasai & Jaki Numazawa Vs Ryuji Ito & Danny Havoc

Masa Takanashi will be joining KUDO and Danshoku Dino along with all of the other Japanese talent travelling to Philadelphia for “THE INDIE SUMMIT 2011”. Takanashi has been added to the Dick Togo Vs KUDO match to now make it a DDT 3 Way.

DDT “NON-FIX 12.7”, 07/12/2011
Shin-Kiba 1st RING

1. Masa Takanashi Vs Daisuke Sasaki
2. Michael Nakazawa & Kazuki Hirata Vs Hikaru Sato & Takao Soma
3. Yasu Urano, Yuji Hino, Antonio Honda & Keita Yano Vs HARASHIMA, Tomomitsu Matsunaga, Hoshitango & DJ Nira
4. Shigehiro Irie & Keisuke Ishii Vs Danshoku Dino & Akito
5. KUDO & Makoto Oishi Vs MIKAMI & Tanomusaku Toba

The Suicide Boyz reunite for the main event while Crying Wolf has its first match as a full unit.

UNION “THE UNION SHIWASU 2011”, 14/12/2011
Shinjuku FACE

1. SGP Global Jr. Heavyweight Title – 3 Way: Cosmic Warrior Sofia (Cherry) (c) Vs Ultraman Robin Vs Mother Justine (GAMI)
2. Mio Shirai & Ken Ohka Vs Ivan Markov & Bonnie
3. Isami Kodaka 3 Match Trial: Isami Kodaka Vs Kengo Ohka, X & X
4. Shuji Ishikawa & Shigehiro Irie Vs Katsuhiko Nakajima & Mitsuhiro Kitamiya

Shuji Ishikawa has chosen Shigehiro Irie as his partner to face the Kensuke Office team of Katsuhiko Nakajima & Mitsuhiro Kitamiya in the main event. Also, Shuji and Sanshiro Takagi have also put aside their differences after the Union Sekigun Vs TKG48 feud.

Isami Kodaka will go through a three match trial in preparation for his DDT Extreme Title rematch against El Generico that will take place in January. Kengo Ohka is the first opponent confirmed to face the Death Match Samurai. Kodaka’s good friend and fellow Big Japan tag team partner Yuko Miyamoto was originally supposed to be the second opponent but he had to pull out of the show due to a scheduling conflict. That now means both the second and third opponents will be mystery wrestlers.

Mio Shirai revealed she will have a photo spread in the new issue of “Young Union”, the event programme that will be available at the show. Ken Ohka confronted her, arguing that he should be on the cover. He also did not want to see any photos of Mio wearing swimsuits and doing suggestive poses appearing in the magazine. Mio shut Ken up by putting him in the dreaded Figure Four Necklock and choking him out.

DDT “NEVER MIND 2011”, 31/12/2011
Tokyo Korakuen Hall

1. KO-D Tag Team Titles: Winners of 11/12 Title Match Vs Yasu Urano & Yuji Hino
2. KO-D Openweight Title: KUDO (c) Vs MIKAMI

New Year’s Eve at Korakuen Hall is going to be a long day. First off, DDT holds its final show of the year with two major title matches on the top of the card. KUDO has been a fighting champion since winning the KO-D Openweight Title, defeating two former KO-D Champions in the process. If he beats MIKAMI on New Year’s Eve, KUDO will not only beat a third KO-D Champion but he will also tie with Sanshiro Takagi for most defences of the title. Meanwhile, Crying Wolf could already win their first championship with Yasu Urano & Yuji Hino facing either Keisuke Ishii & Shigehiro Irie or Danshoku Dino & Makoto Oishi, depending on whichever team wins the Hakata Star Lanes main event on 11/12.

Tokyo Korakuen Hall

1. Young Six-Man Tag: Hiroshi Fukuda, Toru Sugiura & Kotaro Nasu Vs Masashi Otani, Daichi Sasaki & Dyna Mido
2. World No. 1 Independent Tag Team Gauntlet: Jun Kasai & Jaki Numazawa Vs Yuko Miyamoto & Isami Kodaka Vs Shiori Asahi & Makoto Oishi Vs Brahman Shu & Brahman Kei Vs Tsutomu Oosugi & Hercules Senga Vs Masashi Takeda & Daisuke Sasaki Vs Hide Kubota & Yasu Kubota Vs Natsuki☆Taiyo & Yoshiko Vs Sanshiro Takagi & TAKA Michinoku Vs Great Dear & Antonio Honda Vs Daisuke Harada & Atsushi Kotoge Vs Emi Sakura & Masa Takanashi Vs CHANGO & Amigo Suzuki Vs Chou-un Shiryu & Dynasty Vs Samurai TV Team
3. Danshoku Dino Produce: Danshoku Dino Vs X
4. Fluorescent Light Tubes Death Match: X & X Vs X & X
5. Team Ohka Vs Team Sekine Challenge: Ken Ohka Vs Ryuichi Sekine

The Tag Team Gauntlet will contain 15 teams with the final entry selected by viewers of the Samurai TV programme Occupation Of The Indies.

The Team Ohka vs Team Sekine challenge is most likely going to be a bunch of fun and games that takes place inbetween matches.

New Year’s Eve Show Gets Occupied

November 9, 2011

Tokyo Korakuen Hall

1. Young Six-Man Tag: Hiroshi Fukuda, Toru Sugiura & Kotaro Nasu Vs Masashi Otani, Daichi Sasaki & Dyna Mido
2. World No. 1 Independent Tag Team Gauntlet: Jun Kasai & Jaki Numazawa Vs Yuko Miyamoto & Isami Kodaka Vs Shiori Asahi & Makoto Oishi Vs Brahman Shu & Brahman Kei Vs Masashi Takeda & Daisuke Sasaki Vs Hide Kubota & Yasu Kubota
3. Team Ohka Vs Team Sekine Challenge: Ken Ohka Vs Ryuichi Sekine

Featured Promotions: BJW, DDT, Union, KAIENTAI DOJO, Freedoms, Michinoku Pro, 666, STYLE-E, Kouhaku Pro-Wrestling, Secret Base, GUTS World, Daiwa Entertainment Pro-Wrestling, Sportiva Entertainment

The annual New Year’s Eve Pro Indie Wrestling event in Korakuen Hall will be extra special this year. FIGHTING Samurai TV!, the home of DDT Dramatic Fantasia, BJW Deathmatch Wars, Occupation Of The Indies and other programming dedicated to pretty much every single active Japanese wrestling company you can think of, will be celebrating its 15th Anniversary this year and the big New Year’s Eve event will be hosting the celebrations. Mita Sayoko and Carlos The Mexican Mole, the hosts of Occuptation Of The Indies, will be responsible for looking over the card.

One of the early stories set up for the show is a conflict building up between Ken Ohka from Union and Ryuichi Sekine from K-DOJO. It has led both men forming seperate teams to face each other in a big challenge (or series of challenges) at the show. Both Ohka and Sekine have been told to go look for wrestlers from all across the Japanese indie scene and get them to join their respective side. The captain of the winning team will be rewarded with a special segment dedicated to him on a future episode of Occupation Of The Indies.