JAPAN: DDT, WAVE, Big Japan, All Japan, death of All Japan's Ryu Nakata (Purolove.com)
Posted on 2/20/114 by Purolove
[Results] DDT, 16 & 19.02.2014(Of STRIGGA on 02/19/2014)
DDT "ROAD TO Ryogoku IN FUJII ~ DRAMATIC DREAM Tsuke NEAPOLITAN" 02/16/2014
Mount Fuji Fair
264 Fans - Super No Vacancy
1 MIKAMI defeated Michael Nakazawa (9:51) after a Swanton Bomb.
2 Sanshiro Takagi & DJ Nira defeated ZHI Guang Matsunaga & Goto Ihashi (5:24) with the Sit Down Himawari Bomb-Takagi against Ihashi.
3 Antonio Honda defeated Kazuki Hirata (7:40) with a Octopus Hold.
4 Daisuke Sasaki defeated Tetsuya Endo (13:57) with the Now or Never.
5 Kota Ibushi & Kenny Omega defeated Danshoku Dino & Makoto Oishi (12:23) as Ibushi Oishi after PK Kokoro Gamma pinned. 6 Harashima, KUDO & Yasu Urano defeated Masa Takanashi, Yukio Sakaguchi & Akito (14:54) after the Somato of Harashima against Takanashi.
DDT DDT UP UP UP UP GIRLS ~ vs. HOMOIRO CLOVER Z VOL.1 ", 02.19.2014 Shinjuku FACE 512 Fans - Super No Vacancy
1 KUDO defeated Akito (5:20) after a Diving Double kneedrop
2 Kota Ibushi defeated Up Up Machine w / Shogun KY Mana & Up Up Girls (7:39) . having a sit-down Last Ride
3 Isami Kodaka & Makoto Oishi defeated Hiroshi Fukuda & Danshoku Dino (12:14) after Isamuashi of Kodaka against Fukuda.
Notes: - The matches found in a concert . the two girl groups Up Up Girls and Homoiro Clover Z instead ---
DDT "INTO THE FIGHT 2014", 02.23.2014 (Samurai! TV) Tokyo Korakuen Hall
1 Iron Man Heavy Metal Title Battle Royal: Yasu Urano (c) vs. vs. Akito. Kazuki Hirata vs. Gota Ihashi vs. Guanchulo vs. Gorgeous Matsuno vs. vs. DJ Nira. Saki Akai vs. Emi Sakura vs. Daichi Kakimoto
2 Sanshiro Takagi, Toru Owashi & MIKAMI vs. Antonio Honda, Daisuke Sasaki & Hoshitango
3 Konosuke Takeshita 3 Match Trial Series # 1: . Konosuke Takeshita & Tetsuya Endo vs. Michael Nakazawa & Matsunaga Tomomitsu
4 ? Negligence Do or Die Match: KUDO vs. Yukio Sakaguchi.
5 KO-D Six Man Tag Team Championship : Danshoku Dino, Makoto Oishi & Aja Kong (c) vs. Shigehiro Irie, Takao Soma Keisuke Ishii &
6 KO-D Tag Team Title: Kota Ibushi & Kenny Omega (c) vs. Brahman Shu & Brahman Kei
7 KO-D Open Weight Title: Harashima (c) vs. Masa Takanashi
[Results] WAVE, 19/02/2014(By Dingo on 02/19/2014)
WAVE "WEEKDAY WAVE VOL.71", 02.19.2014
Shin-Kiba 1st Ring, Tokyo
1 Challenge WAVE: Kana & Mio Shirai beat Sumire Natsu & Rina Yamashita (14:23) via Right Bazuso kick Shirai against Yamashita.
2 Six Pack WAVE: Yuu Yamagata defeated Moeka Haruhi (10:46) via Air Raid Crash
3 Comical WAVE: Tsukasa Fujimoto, Misaki Ohata & Kyusei Ninja Ranmaru beat Hikaru Shida, Shu Shibutani & Fairy Nipponbashi via Schoolboy by Ranmaru against Shida.
4 Cool WAVE: Yumi Oka defeated Mika Iida (10:25) via big boot.
5 Premium WAVE: Ayako Hamada defeated Yuhi via AP Cross.
[News] Big Japan: Okabayashi before surgery, Takeda injured in accident(Of STRIGGA on 18/02/2014)
Yuji Okabayashi, of an injury to the cartilage lip and on the rotator cuff of the left scapula drew upon during the Big Japan Pro Wrestling show in January in Germany, will undergo surgery next Thursday.
As a result, Okabayashi begins a rehabilitation program and will turn up to one year. Likewise it bad it has Masashi Takeda. The 28-year-old wrote early last week in his blog that he was involved in a motorcycle accident in which he a ligament injury to his right leg drew upon. How after some investigation now over a week later turned out, Takeda pulled a ligament tear, as well as an injury to the cruciate ligament, but probably not plan to.
The time for a return to the ring called Big Japan on his website do not you go but out of an approximately three-month break. According to the long-term failure of Abdullah Kobayashi and injuries to Daisuke Sekimoto and Yuji Okabayashi this is the next serious loss, has to cope with the Big Japan.
[Card] All Japan, 23/02/2014(Of STRIGGA on 18/02/2014)
AJPW "OKINAWA IMPACT 2014 Vol.1",
23/02/2014 (Samurai! TV)
Okinawa Convention Center
1 Osamu Nishimura & Tida Heat vs. Gurukun Mask & Captain Eagle
2 Atsushi Aoki vs. Dingo
3 Takao Omori vs.. Kento Miyahara
4 Suwama vs. KENSO
5 All Asia Tag Team Title: Yoshinobu Kanemaru & June Akiyama (c) vs. SUSHI & Menso ~ re Oyaji
6 AJPW World Jr. Heavyweight Title: Ultimo Dragon (c) vs. Kotaro Suzuki
7th Triple Crown: Akebono (c) vs. Go Shiozaki --- Hiakru Sato is officially starting today Member of evolution and will assume from now on the side of Suwama and Joe Doering.
[News] Ryu Nakata dies (Of STRIGGA on 18/02/2014)
How Pro Wrestling NOAH announced on Tuesday, Ryu Nakata has died of a heart attack last Saturday at the age of only 51 years. Nakata was the former assistant of Giant Baba in All Japan Pro Wrestling, until 2007 was Public Relations Manager and from 2008 to 2012 president of NOAH. In addition, the promotion informed them that Nakata's funeral in the family circle will be.
During his high school years Ryu Nakata took a side job as a member of the ring crew of All Japan. On 04/02/1980 he debuted for All Japan, but quickly realized that his duties should be outside the rope em space. In the following years Nakata was the right hand of Giant Baba and also to the private chauffeur the great President of All Japan.
But not only for Baba Nakata was active in the background, but he also served as Secretary of Kyohei Wada as well as ring announcer. As Nakata since the early '80s shared a friendship with Mitsuharu Misawa, he left in 2000 All Japan and was a founding member of Pro Wrestling NOAH. Having worked as a Public Relations Manager to 2007, he assumed the Presidency on the Promotion and remained this until 2012, when it became known that Noah used ties to organized crime. Nakata came in the wake of his post, remained the promotion but received as an employee and consultant.