Category: Results

06/17/2018 Rainbow Gate 2018

06/17/2018
Fukui, Tsuruga Kirameki Minato Hall
Rainbow Gate 2018
Attendance: 600

1. Dragon Kid, Kaito Ishida, Ryo Saito⭕️ (13:04 SaiRyo Rocket) Shingo Takagi, Eita, Yasushi Kanda❌
2. Kagetora⭕️ (11:46 Modified Michinoku Driver) Yuki Yoshioka❌
3. Ben-K, Jason Lee⭕️ (13:42 German Suplex Hold) Don Fujii, Hyo Watanabe❌
4. Naruki Doi, Big R Shimizu⭕️ (14:59 Shot-put Slam) Masaaki Mochizuki, Shun Skywalker❌
5. YAMATO⭕️, BxB Hulk, Yosuke♡Santa Maria, U-T (18:10 Galleria) Kzy, Susumu Yokosuka, Genki Horiguchi, Punch Tominaga❌


06/16/2018 Rainbow Gate 2018

06/16/2018
Kyoto, KBS Hall
Rainbow Gate 2018
Attendance: 750

1. Kzy⭕️, “brother” YASSHI, Punch Tominaga (14:32 Running Elbow Smash) Jason Lee, Hyo Watanabe❌, Yuki Yoshioka
2. Masaaki Mochizuki⭕️ (9:39 Ankle Hold) Shun Skywalker❌
3. Yasushi Kanda△ (6:09 No Contest) Gamma△
4. Don Fujii, Ryo Saito⭕️ (12:07 Backslide) Susumu Yokosuka, Genki Horiguchi❌
5. Dragon Kid⭕️, Kaito Ishida (14:10 Countout) Shingo Takagi, Eita❌
6. YAMATO⭕️, BxB Hulk, Kagetora, Yosuke♡Santa Maria (20:21 Frankensteiner of the Almighty) Naruki Doi, Masato Yoshino, Big R Shimizu❌, Ben-K

Mochizuki talked about losing the Dream Gate to Yoshino and how it has left him with pretty much nothing. He’s not in a unit, but none of the existing ones are a good fit. Even though he said that he will still want to fight for the Dream Gate in his 50s and 60s, he probably won’t get another chance for some time. He wants to use that time to train the new generation. That brings him to Shun Skywalker. He’s become a standout player this year. In August, they will be teaming together in the All Japan Pro Wrestling Junior Tag League. He’d like to team with him not just for that, but here in Dragon Gate with the eventual goal of the Twin Gate. If Shun is up for the challenge. He is a tough teacher and partner and won’t take it easy on him. Shun wanted to fight alongside him. As for this All Japan tag league, he isn’t just going for the experience. He’s planning to Skywalk all the way to winning the whole thing. Mochizuki was mainly amused at his confidence. They are very different, but he feels they compliment each other well and can accomplish big things.

Over Generation and Antias got involved in the third match and forced the no contest. Eita blamed it on them. DK pointed out that Antias interfered first and Kaito was just evening the odds. Eita had no recollection of the event in question. Maybe he interfered, once. Ishida interfered twice, though! DK had no interest in arguing with a toddler. He told Eita that he would take him out before they even get to the Brave Gate match.

Rookie(?) Ryo Saito celebrated his first(??) win in Kyoto. This was an important match on the way to the Triangular Door Waist Strap (Triangle Gate title) match. Today he downed a member of the champion team with his brand new original finisher, the Backslide! Horiguchi was furious. Saito said his Backslide wasn’t quite perfected yet but it will be in time for the title match. He vowed to defeat Mr. Susumu, Mr. Horiguchi, and Mr. Sawada and win the championships. Mr. Sawada was totally confused at the state of things. He understands that Saito & Fujii aren’t a combo to be taken lightly. However, Natural Vibes are the champions and they won’t go down so easily.

Yoshiaki Fujiwara, Tatsumi Fujinami, and his son Leona were announced for Kobe Pro Wrestling Festival.

DK told Eita that even though it was a count out win, it was still a win. Antias got a taste of their own medicine today. Eita was furious. Whatever. This match in front of these hicks means absolutely nothing. Next time they are here he will be Brave Gate champion and Shingo will be Dream Gate champion. Even better than that is, Over Generation won’t be back here at all. They will be put out of their misery in Korakuen Hall on 7/5. It will be the end of that stupid Gong Kids nonsense, too. DK told him he was talking a lot of trash for someone who lost today. Antias were going to be disbanded, then Eita was going to see just how out of reach the Brave Gate is. Over Generation were far from finished and neither was Gong Kids. He was looking forward to coming back here and seeing the happy kids raise their hands up high.

Doi accidentally hit Shimizu with the Bakatare Sliding Kick, setting up the win by YAMATO.
YAMATO didn’t win King of Gate, but that isn’t the end of Tribe Vanguard. The younger generation has been making big waves lately. He wasn’t just going to stand back and watch. Along with Hulk, he challenged Big Ben to a Twin Gate title match. Shimizu was more than happy to accept. He’s not sure why he lost today. Maybe he got hit by some guy by accident. YAMATO told him he knew exactly who that guy was. YAMATO told him he should watch his mouth or he may get himself into more trouble than he is looking for. The Twin Gate match was made official for World on 7/22. With that out of the way, Shimizu had some questions for Doi. What’s up?? Maybe he should like, apologize or something?? Doi apologized for the mistake today but told him that he should get his priorities in order. Shimizu: “Huh?”. He pressed further for an apology. Doi told him to watch the way he talks. “Huh?” Doi was flabbergasted. He’s an 18 year veteran, he doesn’t need to apologize to someone who has only been around 5 years. As a veteran he was reading the situation. For the sake of the fans in attendance and those watching live on the Dragon Gate Network, he was going to say sorry. Shimizu told him to be more careful in the future. Doi was reaching his limit. Why was he being so difficult and rude? He’s getting carried away with all this. Shimizu made a dismissive sound but said he didn’t realize it when called out on it. This was too far for Ben who told him to apologize to Doi for it. Since Ben told him to, he apologized for his involuntary actions. Sorry~! Doi just wanted out of the ring now so he wished him luck at World and said they could continue this in the dressing room if needed. YAMATO once again warned Shimizu that his mouth may get him into trouble if he isn’t more careful. Tribe Vanguard was finally able to receive their winners prize after a long time.


Prime Zone vol.67

06/15/2018
Dragon Gate Arena
Prime Zone vol.67

1. Kzy (9:55 Cavernaria) Hyo Watanabe
2. Masato Yoshino (7:48 Sol Naciente) “Hollywood” Stalker Ichikawa
★Yoshino could lose via 2 count or the 8 minute time limit expiring
3. “brother” YASSHI, Shachihoko Boy (8:24 Disqualified for mask tearing) Eita❌, Yasushi Kanda
4. Susumu Yokosuka (8:39 Yokosuka Cutter) Yosuke♡Santa Maria
5. Naruki Doi, Big R Shimizu⭕️ (6:21 Shot-put Slam) Masaaki Mochizuki, Shun Skywalker❌


06/13/2018 Rainbow Gate 2018

06/13/2018
Fukuoka, Kokurakita Gym
Rainbow Gate 2018
Attendance:700

1. YAMATO, BxB Hulk, Yosuke♡Santa Maria⭕️ (13:13 Neraiuchi) Masaaki Mochizuki, Genki Horiguchi, Yuki Yoshioka❌
2. Big R Shimizu⭕️ (11:55 Shot-put Slam) Kagetora❌
3. Dragon Kid⭕️, Kaito Ishida (11:54 Bible) Eita, Yasushi Kanda❌
4. Don Fujii, Ryo Saito⭕️ (11:55 Inside Cradle) Shingo Takagi, Takashi Yoshida❌
5. Naruki Doi, Masato Yoshino, Ben-K, Jason Lee (19:20 Bakatare Sliding Kick) Kzy, Susumu Yokosuka, “brother” YASSHI, Punch Tominaga❌


06/12/2018 Rainbow Gate 2018

06/12/2019
Nagasaki, Heiwakaikan Hall
Rainbow Gate 2018
Attendance: 600

1. Kzy⭕️, Susumu Yokosuka, Genki Horiguchi (14:27 Running Elbow Smash) Don Fujii, Ryo Saito, Shun Skywalker❌
2. Ben-K⭕️ (10:58 Sodegarami) Yosuke♡Santa Maria❌
3. Masaaki Mochizuki, Kagetora⭕️ (12:19 Gurumakakari) “brother” YASSHI, Punch Tominaga❌
4. YAMATO⭕️, BxB Hulk (13:42 Galleria) Dragon Kid, Kaito Ishida❌
5. Naruki Doi, Masato Yoshino, Big R Shimizu⭕️, Jason Lee (16:50 Short-put Slam) Shingo Takagi, Eita, Yasushi Kanda, Takashi Yoshida❌


11/19/1999 Toryumon Japan Final Live Match 1999

11/19/1999
Aichi, Nagoya Rainbow Hall #3
1200 Attendance

1. Genki Horiguchi (15:48 GH Lock Kai) Susumu Mochizuki
2. TARU (11:03 Respirator Fall) Stalker Ichikawa
3. MAKOTO (7:18 Visual Driver 2) Yasushi Kanda
4. Magnum TOKYO⭕, Masaaki Mochizuki, Dragon Kid (18:20 Lariat) TARU❌, Sumo “Dandy” Fuji 2000, CIMA
5. NWA Welterweight Championship Match: SUWA (15:18 Super FFF) Kenichiro Arai
*2nd Defense for SUWA


11/17/1999 Toryumon Japan Final Live Match 1999

11/17/1999
Okayama, Okayama Wholesale Center Orange Hall
1500 Attendance

1. Genki Horiguchi (11:04 GH Lock Kai) Yasushi Kanda
2. TARU (9:53 Respirator Fall) Stalker Ichikawa
3. Daiyu Kawauchi (8:03 Pinfall) MAKOTO
4. SAITO (15:35 SAITO Special #6) Susumu Mochizuki
5. Magnum TOKYO, Kenichiro Arai⭕, Masaaki Mochizuki (19:09 Tsuitotsuchuii) TARU, Sumo “Dandy” Fuji 2000❌, CIMA


09/15/1999 Dragon Harvest Festival 1999

9/15/1999
Kanagawa, Yokosuka Seaside Park
1695 Attendance

1. Yasushi Kanda (10:30 Gekokujoh Elbow) Genki Horiguchi
2. SAITO (7:10 SAITO Special #1) Chocoball KOBE
3. TARU (10:29 Jet Ski Fall after TARU Driller) Stalker Ichikawa
4. Kenichiro Arai (15:01 Udegatame) Susumu Mochizuki
5. CIMA⭕, SUWA, Sumo Fuji (16:43 Mad Splash) MAKOTO❌, Magnum TOKYO, Masaaki Mochizuki


09/14/1999 Dragon Harvest Festival 1999

9/14/1999
Tokyo, Korakuen Hall
2119 Attendance

1. Genki Horiguchi (14:04 GH Lock Kai) Susumu Mochizuki
2. Masaaki Mochizuki (5:09 Lariat) Chocoball KOBE
3. Kenichiro Arai (14:27 Tsuitosuchuii) Yasushi Kanda
4. CIMA, Sumo Fuji⭕, SUWA (16:43 Nodowa Elbow) Stalker Ichikawa❌, MAKOTO, SAITO
5. Magnum TOKYO (15:25 AV Star Press) TARU

If Magnum lost in the main event, he would have had to give up dancing.


07/16/1999 Dragon Caravan 1999

7/16/1999
Kanagawa, Yokohama Bunka Gym
5280 Attendance

1. Genki Horiguchi (11:12 GH Lock) Yasushi Kanda
2. Tsubo Genjin (9:19 Chiropractic Treatment) Stalker Ichikawa
3. Chocoball KOBE (6:16 Referee Stop due to Bloodloss) SAITO
4. MAKOTO (10:32 Visual Driver 2) Susumu Mochizuki
5. Masaaki Mochizuki (10:37 Udegatame) Sasuke the Great
6. Shiima Nobunaga, TARU⭕, Sumo Fuji (26:28 TARU Driller) TAKA Michinoku, Magnum TOKYO❌, Kenichiro Arai


07/14/1999 Dragon Caravan 1999

7/14/1999
Niigata, Niigata Phase
570 Attendance

1. Genki Horiguchi (12:00 GH Lock) Susumu Mochizuki
2. Tsubo Genjin (12:23 Chiropractic Treatment) Stalker Ichikawa
3. Sasuke the Great (10:50 Takogarami) Yasushi Kanda
4. TAKA Michinoku (2:37 Michinoku Driver 2) Chocoball KOBE
5. Sumo Fuji⭕, TARU, Shiima Nobunaga (21:58 Lariat) Masaaki Mochizuki, Kenichiro Arai❌, Magnum TOKYO


07/13/1999 Dragon Caravan 1999

7/13/1999
Ishikawa, Ishikawa Industrial Hall #2
413 Attendance

1. Genki Horiguchi (10:17 GH Lock) Yasushi Kanda
2. Tsubo Genjin (11:07 Bonesetting) Stalker Ichikawa
3. Masaaki Mochizuki (3:48 Manjigatame) Chocoball KOBE
4. TAKA Michinoku (6:19 Michinoku Driver 2) Susumu Mochizuki
5. Sumo Fuji, Shiima Nobunaga⭕, TARU (23:11 Perfect Driver) MAKOTO❌, Kenichiro Arai, Magnum TOKYO


07/11/1999 Dragon Caravan

7/11/1999
Hyogo, Kobe World Kinen Hall
5100 Attendance

1. Genki Horiguchi (13:08 GH Lock) Susumu Mochizuki
2. Tsubo Genjin (11:17 Radio Calisthenics #3) Stalker Ichikawa
3. MAKOTO (11:54 Visual Driver) Minoru Fujita
4. Masaaki Mochizuki⭕, Gran Naniwa (9:40 Sankakugeri) Yasushi Kanda❌, Gran Hamada
5. TAKA Michinoku (3:04 Michinoku Driver 2) Chocoball KOBE
6. Magnum TOKYO⭕, The Great Sasuke, Tiger Mask, Kenichiro Arai (30:24 AV Star Press) TARU, Sumo Fuji❌, Shiima Nobunaga, Sasuke the Great


07/10/1999 Dragon Caravan 1999

7/10/1999
Nara, Asukabowl Parking Lot
1290 Attendance

1. Genki Horiguchi (12:39 GH Lock) Susumu Mochizuki
2. Tsubo Genjin (13:06 Radio Calisthenics #2) Stalker Ichikawa
3. Sasuke the Great (5:51 Takogarami) Chocoball KOBE
4. Masaaki Mochizuki (10:32 Manjigatame) MAKOTO
5. Shiima Nobunaga, Sumo Fuji⭕, TARU (24:07 Lariat) Yasushi Kanda❌, Kenichiro Arai, Magnum TOKYO


07/09/1999 Dragon Caravan 1999

7/9/1999
Okayama, Kurashiki Sanyou Heights Gym
579 Attendance

1. Genki Horiguchi (11:04 GH Lock) Susumu Mochizuki
2. Tsubo Genjin (11:31 Radio Calisthenics #1) Stalker Ichikawa
3. Masaaki Mochizuki (9:40 Sankakugeri) Chocoball KOBE
4. Sasuke the Great (13:57 Takogarami) Yasushi Kanda
5. Shiima Nobunaga⭕, TARU, Sumo Fuji (24:16 Mad Splash) MAKOTO❌, Kenichiro Arai, Magnum TOKYO


07/07/1999 Dragon Caravan 1999

7/7/1999
Miyazaki, Nobeoka Citizens Gym
1530 Attendance

1. Genki Horiguchi (7:51 GH Lock) Yasushi Kanda
2. Tsubo Genjin (11:14 Caveman Stretch) Stalker Ichikawa
3. MAKOTO⭕, Azteca (16:02 Falcon Arrow) Susumu Mochizuki, Daiyu Kawauchi❌
4. Sasuke the Great (10:35 Takogarami) Chocoball KOBE
5. Masaaki Mochizuki, Kenichiro Arai, Magnum Tokyo⭕ (24:10 AV Star Press) Sumo Fuji, TARU❌, Shiima Nobunaga


07/06/1999 Dragon Caravan 1999

7/6/1999
Nagasaki, ncc&Studio
376 Attendance

1. Yasushi Kanda (8:24 Gekokujoh Elbow) Susumu Mochizuki
2. 3 Way Match: Chocoball KOBE, Tsubo Genjin, Stalker Ichikawa:
①KOBE (11:21 Arm Breaker) Tsubo
②KOBE (11:55 Rolling Cradle) Stalker
3. Pro Wrestling Kageki Exhibition Match: Azteca (7:40 Brainbuster) Daiyu Kawauchi
4. Sasuke the Great (10:08 Takogarami) Genki Horiguchi
5. Masaaki Mochizuki (8:42 Sankakugeri) SAITO
6. Shiima Nobunaga⭕, Sumo Fuji, TARU (24:20 Mad Splash) Magnum TOKYO, Kenichiro Arai, MAKOTO❌


07/04/1999 Dragon Caravan 1999

7/4/1999
Fukuoka, Hakata Star Lanes
2069 Attendance

1. Genki Horiguchi (9:55 GH Lock) Yasushi Kanda
2. Chocoball KOBE (7:01 Rolling Cradle) Tsubo Genjin
3. Azteca⭕, Susumu Mochizuki (15:36 Azteca Bomb) MAKOTO, Daiyu Kawauchi❌
4. TARU (10:25 Western Toilet Style Pinfall) Stalker Ichikawa
5. Sasuke the Great (10:07 Small Package Hold) Masaaki Mochizuki
7. Magnum TOKYO⭕, Kenichiro Arai, SAITO (29:03 AV Star Press) TARU❌, Shiima Nobunaga, Sumo Fuji


04/25/1999 Dragon Fever “Spring Storm” 1999 (Night)

4/25/1999
Kanagawa, Club Citta Kawasaki
812 Attendance

1. Tsubo Genjin (9:05 Pinned after Passing out after running the ropes 9 Times) Stalker Ichikawa
2. Sumo Fuji⭕, TARU, Shiima Nobunaga (29:03 Lariat) Genki Horiguchi, Susumu Mochizuki, SAITO❌
3. Magnum TOKYO⭕, Kenichiro Arai (16:42 AV Star Press) Yasushi Kanda❌, Masaaki Mochizuki
4. NWA Welterweight Championship Match: Judo Suwa (12:28 Dragonrana Reversal) Dragon Kid
*SUWA Becomes the 44th Champion


04/25/1999 Dragon Fever “Spring Storm” 1999 (Day)

4/25/1999
Kanagawa, Club Citta Kawasaki
762 Attendance

1. Genki Horiguchi (10:25 Kowloon’s Gate) Susumu Mochizuki
2. SAITO (9:50 SAITO Special 5) Yasushi Kanda
3. Masaaki Mochizuki (6:47 Sankakugeri) Tsubo Genjin
4. Shiima Nobunaga⭕, Judo Suwa, TARU (20:36 Perfect Driver) Dragon Kid, Stalker Ichikawa❌, Magnum TOKYO
5. Kenichiro Arai (14:47 Tsuitotsuchuii!) Sumo Fuji


04/22/1999 Dragon Fever “Spring Storm” 1999

4/22/1999
Tokyo, Korakuen Hall
2250 Attendance

1. Yasushi Kanda (10:35 Gekokujoh Elbow) Susumu Mochizuki
2. SAITO (10:33 SAITO Special 5) Genki Horiguchi
3. TARU (8:33 Japanese Toilet Style Pinfall) Stalker Ichikawa
4. Shiima Nobunaga, Sumo Fuji⭕, Judo Suwa (33:17 Lariat) Kenichiro Arai, Magnum TOKYO❌, Dragon Kid


02/07/1999 King of Dragon

2/7/1999
Kanagawa, Yokohama Bunka Gymnasium
4986 Attendance

1. Keni’chiro Arai⭕, Genki Horiguchi (10:18 Tsuitotsuchuui!) Yasushi Kanda, Susumu Mochizuki❌
2. TARU (5:23 TARU Driller) Stalker Ichikawa
3. SAITO⭕, Kendo (19:02 SAITO Clutch) Bombero Infernal❌, Dr. Cerebro
4. NWA Middleweight Title Tournament Semi Final: Magnum TOKYO (8:41 AV Star Press) Sumo Fuji
5. NWA Middleweight Title Tournament Semi Final: SASUKE (13:09 Pinfall) Gran Naniwa
6. NWA Middleweight Title Tournament Semi Final: Shiima Nobunaga (13:07 Mad Splash) Sasuke the Great
7. Arsion Exhibition Tag: Marie Apache⭕, Mika Akino (16:08 Super Lyger Bomb) Fabi Apache❌, GAMI Metal
8. NWA Welterweight Championship Match: Dragon Kid (9:45 Dragonrana) Judo Suwa
9. NWA Middleweight Title Tournament Finals: SASUKE (21:51 Thunder Fire Power Bomb) Magnum TOKYO

The finals were originally scheduled to be a 3 way, but Nobunaga injured his knee in the semi-finals. He later revealed it was a ruse to force SASUKE & Magnum to fight each other. Crazy MAX seceded from SASUKE Gumi and attacked him until TAKA Michinoku made a surprise save.


02/06/1999 King of Dragon Japan

2/6/1999
Aichi, Nagoya-shi Chikusa Sports Center
2469 Attendance

1. Yasushi Kanda (7:00 Gekokujoh Elbow) Susumu Mochizuki
2. Keni’chiro Arai (9:11 Tsuitotsuchuui!!) Genki Horiguchi
3. Kendo (12:49 Kendo Clutch) Bombero Infernal
4. Masaji Aoyagi (7:06 Kneel Kick) Makoto Saito
5. Shiima Nobunaga, Sumo Fuji, Judo Suwa⭕ (19:54 Diving Headbutt) SAITO, Super Nova❌, Magnum TOKYO
6. NWA Welterweight Championship Match: Dr Cerebro (9:10 Double Count Out) Dragon Kid
6b. NWA Welterweight Championship Match: Dragon Kid (4:12 Dragonrana) Dr Cerebro
*DK becomes the 43rd Champion

Ultimo Dragon restarted the main event after the double count out.


02/05/1999 King of Dragon Japan

2/5/1999
Osaka, Osaka Prefectural Gym #2
1525 Attendance

1. Kenichiro Arai (9:29 Boston Crab) Susumu Mochizuki
2. Masaaki Mochizuki (3:20 Sankakugeri) Stalker Ichikawa
3. Judo Suwa, Sumo Fuji, TARU⭕ (8:29 One Finger Pinfall) Yasushi Kanda, Genki Horiguchi❌, SAITO
4. Dragon Kid⭕, Kendo (14:15 Dragonrana) Dr. Cerebro, Bombero Infernal❌
5. IWRG Welterweight Championship Match: Shiima Nobunaga (17:52 Mad Splash) Magnum TOKYO


02/03/1999 King of Dragon Japan

2/3/1999
Hyogo, Kobe Sambo Hall
2100 Attendance

1. Yasushi Kanda (9:29 Gekokujo Elbow) Keni’chiro Arai
2. Genki Horiguchi (3:55 GH Lock) Stalker Ichikawa
3. SAITO⭕, Kendo (12:30 SAITO Clutch) Dr. Cerebro❌, Bombero Infernal
4. Masaaki Mochizuki, Yoshikazu Taru⭕ (17:24 TARU Driller) Keiichi Kono❌, Takashi Okamura
5. Sumo Fuji⭕, Judo Suwa, Shiima Nobunaga (24:41 Nodowa Otoshi) Dragon Kid, Super Nova❌, Magnum TOKYO

Crazy Max interfered in the semifinal, helping Taru get the win. He officially left Buko Dojo to join Crazy MAX.


01/31/1999 King of Dragon Japan

1/31/1999
Tokyo, Korakuen Hall
Toryumon Japan Inaugural Show
2131 Attendance

1. Yasushi Kanda (9:07 Gekokujo Elbow) Genki Horiguchi
2. Kenichiro Arai (9:10 Diving Headbutt) Susumu Mochizuki
3. Yoshikazu Taru (4:22 TARU Driller) Stalker Ichikawa
4. Kendo⭕, Super Nova (19:19 Campana Invertina) Bombero Infernal❌, Dr. Cerebro
5. Dragon Kid, Magnum TOKYO, SAITO (4-3) Shiima Nobunaga, Sumo Fuji, Judo Suwa
①Kid (24:18 Dragonrana) Suwa
②Fuji (26:46 Nodowa Elbow) SAITO
③Kid (31:40 Hurricanrana) Fuji
④Nobunaga (36:35 Mad Splash) Kid
⑤Magnum (45:04 AV Star Press) Nobunaga


09/09/2004 – Toryumon X Final

9/9/2004
Tokyo, Korakuen Hall
Toryumon X Finale
1268 Attendance

1. 35th UWA Welterweight Champion Decision Match ~ Survivor of The Dragon Way
Takeshi Minaminno, Pineapple Hanai, Mango Fukuda vs. Mini CIMA, SUWAcito, Small Dandy Fujii vs. Murcielago, GALLARDO, Lambo Miura
①Mini CIMA (5:32 Triangle Mad Splash) Miura
☆Los Carros Exoticos eliminated
②Mango (7:55 Reverse Splash) Fuji
☆Mini Crazy MAX eliminated
③Pineapple (2:25 Jacknife Cradle) Mango
④Takeshi (8:01 Death Valley Bomb) Pineapple Hanai
☆Minamino becomes the 35th Champion
2. Shinjitsu Nohashi (4:19 Goku-raku Gatame) Manabu Murakami
3. King Ali Baba (6:30 Referee Stop) Karaoke Machine 2, Karaoke Machine #3
4. Yuji Nagata⭕, Hiroshi Tanahashi, Kaz Hayashi (25:07 Nagata Lock 2) Ultimo Dragon❌, Manabu Nakanishi, Minoru Suzuki
5. 30th UWA 6 Man Tag Team Champion Decision Match: Jado⭕, Gedo, Katsushi Takemura (16:28 Crossface of JADO) Taiji Ishimori, Shu Sato, Kei Sato❌

Ultimo Dragon announced the end of the Toryumon X project. He thanked them for their efforts. The Sailor Boys performed Keep on Journey one more time to end it.


03/20/2004 – Toryumon X

3/20/2004
Aichi, Nagoya Tsuyuhashi Sports Center
1020 Attendance

1. Genki Horiguchi, Naoki Tanizaki⭕ (12:36 Backslide) Mango Fukuda, Pineapple Hanai❌
2. Karaoke Machine #2 (6:34 Moonsault Press) Lambo Miura
3. Michael Iwasa, Daniel Mishima (7:50 DQ) Kenichiro Arai, Koichiro Arai
4. Murcielago (10:53 Schoolboy) Manabu Murakami
5. Taiji Ishimori⭕, Shu Sato, Kei Sato (14:19 Superstar Elbow) Don Fujii, Mini CIMA, SUWAcito, Small Dandy Fuji❌


03/05/2004 – Toryumon X

3/5/2004
Tokyo, Differ Ariake
1000 Attendance

1. Mango Fukuda⭕, Pineapple Hanai (12:25 Reverse Splash) Shu Sato, Kei Sato❌
2. Koichiro Arai (7:40 Small Package Hold) Small Dandy Fujii
3. 3 Way Tag Match ~ Michael Iwasa, Daniel Mishima vs. Naoki Tanizaki, Genki Horiguchi vs. Lambo Miura, Murcielago
①Tanizaki (7:32 Backslide) Miura
②Mishima (9:28 DQ) Tanizaki
4. CIMA, Mini CIMA, SUWAcito⭕ (17:55 Golden Glove Cutback) Kenichiro Arai, Manabu Murakami, Second Doi❌
5. UWA Welterweight Title: Taiji Ishimori (22:42 Superstar Elbow) Takeshi Minaminno

Horiguchi talked about the situation in Toryumon Japan. Things were bad without Magnum & K-ness. around. He invited Tanizaki to come to the Toryumon Japan ring. He was happy to get the invitation but wasn’t satisfied with the results today. He asked Horiguchi to do the surfer team one more time, at the upcoming Nagoya show.


01/25/2004 – Toryumon X

1/25/2004
Tokyo, Differ Ariake
1800 Attendance

1. Mini CIMA⭕, SUWA, SUWAcito (15:09 Triangle Jump Mad Splash) Henry III Sugawara, Anthony W. Mori❌, Manabu Murakami
2. Michael Iwasa, Daniel Mishima (8:27 DQ) Murcielago, Lambo Miura❌
3. Genki Horiguchi (13:25 Beach Break) Naoki Tanizaki
4. Araken, Koichiro Arai⭕ (15:13 Schoolboy) Don Fujii, Small Dandy Fuji❌
5. Mango Fukuda⭕, Takeshi Minamino, Pineapple Hanai (13:05 Reverse Splash) Taiji Ishimori, Shu Sato, Kei Sato❌

Horiguchi was so impressed with Tanizaki that he told him he would once again put on his wetsuit and pull out his surfboard and team with Tanizaki on the 3/5 Toryumon X show.

Los Salseros Japones danced to salsa music after the main event until the Sailor Boys attacked them. They then performed “Keep on Journey” to a mixed reaction. Minamino challenged Ishimori to a UWA Welterweight title match, which was set for 3/5.