DDT “RYOGOKU COLONEL SANDERS 2019”, 19/10/2019
Tokyo Ryogoku KFC Hall
1. Keigo Nakamura Debut Match: Naomi Yoshimura defeated Keigo Nakamura with a Lariat (8:15).
2. Road To Ultimate Party 2019! Antonio & Yamashita 3 Match Trial: Antonio Honda & Miyu Yamashita ended with 1 Win and 2 Losses.
2a. Masahiro Takanashi & Makoto Oishi defeated Antonio Honda & Miyu Yamashita when Oishi pinned Honda with a School Boy (5:22).
2b. Danshoku Dieno & Mizuki Watase defeated Antonio Honda & Miyu Yamashita when Dieno submitted Honda with an Armpit Hold (4:28).
2c. Antonio Honda & Miyu Yamashita defeated Kazuki Hirata & Yuki Ueno when Honda pinned Hirata with the Diving Fist Drop (7:27).
3. Isami Kodaka defeated Nobuhiro Shimatani with a Sleeper Hold (8:46).
4. Jiro Kuroshio defeated Yukio Sakaguchi with a School Boy (6:08).
5. Road To Ultimate Party 2019! Special 8-Man Tag Match: Daisuke Sasaki, Soma Takao, Tetsuya Endo & Mad Paulie defeated Akito, Shunma Katsumata, MAO & Asuka when Takao pinned Katsumata with the Diving Foot Stomp onto chairs (14:35).
6. DDT Megatonweight Single Match: Yukio Naya defeated Cody Hall with a Back Drop (14:10).
7. Road To Ultimate Party 2019! Special Tag Match: HARASHIMA & Toru Owashi defeated Konosuke Takeshita & Yuki Iino when HARASHIMA pinned Iino with the Somato (20:21).
HARASHIMA thanked a “scary” Toru Owashi for helping get their team the win. HARASHIMA also assured everyone his body is alright even if he still feels a little pain. For now his aim is to win all of the warm up matches left before Sumo Hall.
The bad tension between Yukio Naya and Cody Hall became water under the bridge after their singles match. Naya won the match but offered to shake Hall’s hand afterwards. When Hall went along with it Naya asked him to form a team together. Naya also told everyone he wants to take part in the “BAKUHA KOSHIEN 2019” show happening next month. He’s been in DDT for six months and there is so much he wants to learn including Current Blast death matches.
Chairs were brought into play for the 8-Person Tag Match. Daisuke Sasaki threw one into the ring when the referee was distracted. Shunma Katsumata intercepted the chair from Soma Takao but Sasaki got into the ring with another one and hit Katsumata from behind. Takao continued with the chair attacks until he piled the chairs on top of Katsumata. Takao then finished him off with a Diving Foot Stomp onto the pile. Sasaki told the ALL OUT wrestlers to get ready for more hardcore wrestling at Sumo Hall. He then asked Akito if he wants to change his tag partner before then. Backstage Akito agreed that his partner should be changed. His partner is still Katsumata but now it is the hardcore version of Katsumata!
Yukio Sakaguchi is left wondering about what his weaknesses are in the run up to the D-Ou Grand Prix. He lost to Jiro Kuroshio when he missed the God’s Right Knee, crashed into the turnbuckles and got rolled up in a School Boy. Kuroshio on the other hand is pleased to have won against such a killer wrestler today. He feels a bit prouder going into his match with Tetsuya Endo on 27th October.
For a brief moment Nobuhiro Shimatani was sent to sleep by Isami Kodaka. When he woke back up the match was over but that didn’t stop Shimatani attacking Kodaka and dropping him with a Fisherman Suplex. He yelled that the problem between them can’t end like this.
The team of Antonio Honda & Miyu Yamashita went through three matches so they could find their groove together. They lost the first two matches because Yamashita kept falling for Honda’s fake injuries. Honda had to explain to her that he fakes his injuries so his opponents drop their guard and he can hit them with the Gongitsune. She finally understood and joined in with Honda’s story in the third match. Together with all of the wrestlers from the previous matches, they formed the Gonvengers and successfully launched an attack on Kazuki Hirata. Afterwards Hirata tried to knock out Yamashita with a chop but she blocked it with her chin. Yamashita then hit Hirata with the Crash Rabbit Heat and Honda followed with the Diving Fist Drop to get the team their first win.
Keigo Nakamura’s debut match had the expected result but he was met with respect from Naomi Yoshimura. He got some offence in with a Takedown from behind, a Missile Dropkick and a series of Middle Kicks until some Lariats from Yoshimura put him away.
Nodoka Tenma & Yuki Aino from Tokyo Joshi Pro announced that they will be entering the Gauntlet Tag match at Sumo Hall! They said if The Steiner Brothers won’t be there then The Bakuretsu Sisters will come out instead!