JAPAN: News/results for June 4 - ZERO1, New Japan Best of the Super Juniors, Jun Akiyama named All Japan President, Oz Academy, Ice Ribbon (PUROLOVE)
Posted on 6/05/114 by PUROLOVE
[Results] OZ Academy, 06/04/2014(By Dingo on 06/04/2014)
OZ Academy "BATTLE WEDNESDAY VOL. 2", 06.04.2014 (TV Show) Korakuen Hall, Tokyo
1 Sonoko Kato defeated Sakura Hirota Kyusei (6:36) via Kuronzu gate.
2 Mio Shirai vs.. Kagetsu - Time Limit Draw (20:00) .
3 Kaori Yoneyama & Madoka defeated Manami Toyota & Kanjuro Matsuyama (7:04) via Diving Senbuta of Yoneyama against Matsuyama.
4 Hikaru Shida & Arisa Nakajima beat Mayumi Ozaki & Yumi Oka - Count Out (17:46) against Oka.
5 Aja Kong, Kyoko Kimura & Tsubasa Kuragaki defeat Dynamite Kansai, Ayako Hamada & Matsumoto Hiroyo (15:51) via Falcon Arrow of Kuragaki against Matsumoto.
6 ~ THE WIZARD OF OZ ~ OZ Academy Open Weight Title: AKINO (c) defeated Tomoka Nakagawa (18:14) via Franken Steiner Cross Armlock Hold. (7th Defense)
Notes: - Tomoka Nakagawa gave in to the main event surprise her resignation for 04/12/2014 known. Her last match will take place at the OZ Academy show in the same hall.
[Results] Ice Ribbon, 06/04/2014(By Dingo on 06/04/2014)
Ice Ribbon "NEW ICE RIBBON # 564" 04/06/2014
Isami Wrestling Arena, Warabi
1 Rabbit Miyu defeated Yuka (4:52) via pinfall.
2 Akane Fujita Return Match: Tsukasa Fujimoto & Hoshi Hamuko defeat Meari Naito & Akane Fujita (16:53) via Gokurakugatame by Fujimoto against Fujita.
3 Makoto Kobayashi & Kaho defeat Akiba Shiori & Risa Sera (12:13) via brainbuster Hold Kobayashi against Shiori.
Jun Akiyama is new All Japan President (Of sternness on 04/06/2014)
The Japanese press called it once again a great earthquake: Jun Akiyama is the new President of All Japan Pro-Wrestling. Already on 01.07.2014 league will run under his leadership. Akiyama may be the support of Makoto Baba, who is the widow of the legendary founder of All Japan Giant Baba. Akiyama was one of the 13 wrestlers to have given their word to follow his vision of All Japan. Among them are Suwama, Akebono, Takao Omori, KENSO, Go Shiozaki, Yoshinobu Kanamaru, Kotaro Suzuki, Atsushi Aoki, Kento Miyahara, SUSHI, Masanobu Fuchi and Naoya Nomura. Aside from Joe Doering and Taiyo Kea, whose future at the moment is uncertain, these are all wrestlers under contract with All Japan.
Yesterday it was announced that Akiyama at 15.06. in the Korakuen Hall in a match against Takao Omori Triple Crown will step into the ring after the title at 30.05. was declared due to bad health condition of Akebono's vacant.
[Results] New Japan, 03/06/2014(Of STRIGGA on 03/06/2014)
. "XXI BEST OF THE SUPER JR" NJPW, 06.03.2014 (Samurai! TV / CV) Tokyo Korakuen Hall 1,636 Fans
1 Best of the Super Junior - Block B: Rocky Romero  defeated Taichi  (7: 14) for a piledriver Darkness.
2 Best of the Super Junior - Block B: Nick Jackson  defeated Tiger Mask  (8:07) after a super kick.
3 Best of the Super Junior - Block A: TAKA Michinoku  defeated Matt Jackson  (5:25) with the Michinoku Driver II
4 Bad Luck Fale, Yujiro Takahashi, Karl Anderson, Doc Gallows & Tama Tonga beat Hiroshi Tanahashi, Tetsuya Naito, Manabu Nakanishi, Tomoaki Honma & Captain New Japan (14:06) after the Miami Shine by Takahashi against Captain.
5 Best of the Super Junior - Block A: BUSHI  defeated KUSHIDA  (9:58) with the MX. 6 Best of the Super Junior - Block B: El Desperado  defeated Kenny Omega  (14:12 ) with the Guitarra de Angel.
7 Best of the Super Junior - Block A: Jushin Thunder Liger  defeated Ricochet  (10:39) with an Air Scissors Press. 8 Best of the Super Junior - Block B : Alex Shelley  defeated Ryusuke Taguchi  (14:09) with the Automatic Midnight.
- Best of the Super Junior Standings: Block A: 1 TAKA Michinoku  2 BUSHI  -. KUSHIDA  -. Mascara Dorada  5 Jushin Thunder Liger  -. Ricochet  -. Matt Jackson  8 Alex Koslov  Block B: 1 Taichi  2 Kenny Omega  -. Tiger Mask  -. Ryusuke Taguchi  5 El Desperado  -. Alex Shelley  -. Rocky Romero  -. Nick Jackson 
[Results] ZERO1, 06/01/2014(Of STRIGGA on 06/01/2014)
ZERO1 "TRUE LIES", 06/01/2014 (Samurai! TV) Tokyo Korakuen Hall
1 Shawn Guinness defeated Mineo Fujita (5:21)
2 Ikuto Hidaka & Yusaku Obata beat Daiki Inaba & Kaz Hayashi (10:12) after a vertical drop Captured by Obata against Inaba.
3 International Jr. Heavyweight Title & NWA World Jr. Heavyweight Title: Jason Lee (c) vs. Andy Wu (13:21) With the Game of Death (2nd defense).
4 Shuji Kondo & Seiki Yoshioka defeat Takuya Sugawara & "brother" YASSHI (10:09) after the King Kong Lariat Kondo against Sugawara.
5 Ryouji Sai Masayuki Kono & defeat Daemon Ueda & Kengo (8:11) after a Fisherman's Buster Sai against Kengo.
6 UN NWA Heavyweight Title: Tama Williams (c) vs. Ryota Hama (5:40) with a Diving Body Press ( 2nd defense).
7 Shinjiro Otani & Yoshikazu Yokoyama defeat KAMIKAZE & TARU (13:21) with a spiral Death Valley Bomb by Yokoyama against TARU.
8 KAI & Manabu Soya beat Kohei Sato & Hideki Suzuki (12:46) with the Splash Plancha KAI against Suzuki.
9 NWA Intercontinental Title: Masato Tanaka & Takashi Sugiura (c) defeated Daisuke Sekimoto & Kazuki Hashimoto (23:02) after an Olympic Slam from Sugiura against Hashimoto (1st defense).