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PostSubject: The Official HYBRID GLADSTONE Memorial Indy & Puro Results Thread   Tue Apr 19, 2011 3:57 pm

Ok, I have no results :/ But someone will!
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PostSubject: Re: The Official HYBRID GLADSTONE Memorial Indy & Puro Results Thread   Tue Apr 19, 2011 8:34 pm

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Springtime tournaments in 2011 have belonged to Yuji Nagata! The near 43-year-old veteran who has continued to stand strong in an era where the younger wrestlers have taken over New Japan won the New Japan Cup last month with a win over Nakamura in the final. Although he lost his IWGP Heavyweight Title shot against Tanahashi earlier this month, Mr. Saikyo fearlessly marched on to take part in All Japan’s prestigious Champion Carnival.

Nagata performed near flawlessly, a victory over Triple Crown holder Suwama the highlight of his group stage. A loss to Masakatsu Funaki was the only blemish but even that came after Nagata pinned the legend at Sumo Hall last month in a tag match. Earlier on, Nagata bested Takao Omori in his final group stage match then went on to defeat young upstart Seiya Sanada in a heated final. Nagata will now likely challenge Suwama for the Triple Crown at a future big show in All Japan. Later this year, Nagata will have a chance to win a hattrick of major tournaments in the 2011 G1 Climax.

Full results of Nagata’s Champion Carnival campaign, in which he won Block A before reaching the final.

(4/8 @ Tokyo Korakuen Hall) Yuji Nagata [2] beat KONO [0] (13:50) with a backdrop hold.
(4/9 @ Tokyo Korakuen Hall) Yuji Nagata [4] beat Suwama [2] (23:13) with a backdrop hold.
(4/10 @ Tokyo Korakuen Hall) Masakatsu Funaki [4] beat Yuji Nagata [4] (13:07) with a right high kick.
(4/12 @ Tokyo Korakuen Hall) Yuji Nagata [6] beat Ryota Hama [0] (11:18) with the Nagata Lock.
(4/13 @ Tokyo Korakuen Hall) Yuji Nagata [8] beat Takao Omori [4] (12:14) with a backdrop hold.
(4/13 @ Tokyo Korakuen Hall – Champion Carnival Final) Yuji Nagata beat Seiya Sanada (22:44) with a backdrop hold.

The Far East Connection reunited earlier in DDT, CHAOS’ Gedo and Tomohiro Ishii teaming up with Dick Togo to defeat Kota Ibushi, Antonio Honda & Daisuke Sasaki. After the match, Togo and Gedo had an interchange that led to Gedo being nominated as Togo’s retirement match opponent at Korakuen Hall on June 30th.

DDT, 4/13/11
Shinjuku FACE

- Dick Togo, Gedo & Tomohiro Ishii beat Kota Ibushi, Antonio Honda & Daisuke Sasaki (19:35) when Togo used a diving senton on Honda.

NJPW, 4/16/11
Yokkaichi Australia Memorial Hall
1,200 Fans – Super No Vacancy Full House

1. Tomoaki Honma & Kyosuke Mikami beat Tiger Mask & Hiromu Takahashi (9:51) when Honma used the Kokeshi on Takahashi.
2. Mascara Dorada & Tama Tonga beat Jushin Thunder Liger & King Fale (9:11) when Tonga used the Tongan Twist on Fale.
3. Manabu Nakanishi & KUSHIDA beat Jado & Gedo (11:03) when Nakanishi used an Argentine backbreaker on Jado.
4. Giant Bernard & Karl Anderson beat Toru Yano & Takashi Iizuka (12:09) when Bernard pinned Iizuka after the Magic Killer.
5. Satoshi Kojima, TAKA Michinoku & Taichi beat Togi Makabe, Prince Devitt & Ryusuke Taguchi (13:08) when Taichi used the Black Mephisto on Taguchi.
6. Hiroshi Tanahashi, Hiroyoshi Tenzan, Yuji Nagata & Wataru Inoue beat Shinsuke Nakamura, Yujiro Takahashi, Tetsuya Naito & Tomohiro Ishii (18:51) when Tanahashi used the High Fly Flow on Ishii.

Apollo 55 successfully defended their IWGP Jr. Tag Team Title on K-DOJO’s 9th anniversary show earlier, beating the home team of Makoto Oishi & Shiori Asahi in an exciting match. Devitt sunk Oishi with his Bloody Sunday after a 22 minute battle to cement a successful V3 defense. This confirms their V4 defense of the belts against the American team of Davey Richards & Rocky Romero on May 3rd in Fukuoka.

K-DOJO “9TH ANNIVERSARY CLUB-K SUPER EVOLUTION9″, 4/17/11
Tokyo Korakuen Hall
848 Fans

- IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Tag Team Title: Prince Devitt & Ryusuke Taguchi (c) beat Makoto Oishi & Shiori Asahi (21:58) when Devitt used the Bloody Sunday on Oishi (3rd defense).

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NJPW “WRESTLING DONTAKU 2011″, 5/3/11 (WPW/PPV)
Fukuoka International Center

1. Special Singles Match: Yuji Nagata vs. Masato Tanaka
2. CMLL World Middleweight Title: Jushin Thunder Liger (c) vs. Mascara Dorada
3. IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Tag Team Title: Prince Devitt & Ryusuke Taguchi (c) vs. Davey Richards & Rocky Romero
4. IWGP Tag Team Title: Giant Bernard & Karl Anderson (c) vs. Winners of NO LIMIT/Tenzan & Inoue (4/19)
5. IWGP Heavyweight Title: Hiroshi Tanahashi (c) vs. Shinsuke Nakamura



NJPW, 4/19/11 (Samurai! TV)
Tokyo Korakuen Hall
1,800 Fans

1. TAKA Michinoku & Taichi beat Kyosuke Mikami & Hiromu Takahashi (9:26) when Taichi used a modified crab hold on Takahashi.
2. Jado & Gedo beat Tiger Mask & King Fale (7:44) when Jado used the Crossface of JADO on Fale.
3. Manabu Nakanishi & Jushin Thunder Liger beat Mascara Dorada & Tama Tonga (9:43) when Nakanishi used an Argentine backbreaker on Tonga.
4. Giant Bernard, Karl Anderson & Tomoaki Honma beat Toru Yano, Takashi Iizuka & Tomohiro Ishii (9:49) when Bernard pinned Ishii after the Magic Killer.
5. Super Jr. Special 6 Man Tag Match: Kota Ibushi , Kenny Omega & Daisuke Sasaki beat Prince Devitt, Ryusuke Taguchi & KUSHIDA (14:55) when Ibushi used a Phoenix splash on KUSHIDA.
6. IWGP Tag Team Title #1 Contenders Match: Yujiro Takahashi & Tetsuya Naito beat Hiroyoshi Tenzan & Wataru Inoue (14:53) when Naito used a Stardust press on Inoue.
7. Special Tag Match: Shinsuke Nakamura & Masato Tanaka beat Hiroshi Tanahashi & Yuji Nagata (16:42) when Tanaka used the Sliding D on Nagata.
8. Special Singles Match: Togi Makabe beat Satoshi Kojima (17:17) with a King Kong kneedrop.

* Makabe won what appears to have been the decisive match of his Korakuen-based feud with Kojima in the main event, pinning Kojima after his King Kong kneedrop to go 2-1 over the veteran this year.
* Tanaka brought Nagata’s momentum to a halt after Mr. Saikyo won the Champion Carnival, pinning him in a tag match that built up both Tanahashi vs. Nakamura and Nagata vs. Tanaka for 5/3 Fukuoka.
* NO LIMIT have chance to end Bad Intention’s nearly year long reign as IWGP Tag Team Champions in Fukuoka after winning a contendership match over Tenzan & Inoue today.

* Best of the Super Jr. XVIII participants were announced at last! An 18 man tournament makes this the biggest in history! All of New Japan’s available juniors are in as well as many guests including the returning Kota Ibushi, Kenny Omega, and Davey Richards. Michinoku Pro boss Great Sasuke makes his Super Jr. debut, as despite playing a big part in the legendary junior scene of the 90s, he never competed in a Super Jr. tournament. He is joined in Block B by a man he knows all too well, TAKA Michinoku! TJP, who New Japan fans may remember from years back as Pinoy Boy and Puma, also returns as a member of Block A.

Block A:
- Prince Devitt (BOSJ 2010 winner ~ IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Champion, IWGP Jr. Tag Team Champion)
- Koji Kanemoto (BOSJ 1998, 2002 & 2009 winner)
- Tiger Mask (BOSJ 2004 & 2005 winner)
- Taichi
- Jado
- Davey Richards
- Fujita “Jr.” Hayato
- Kenny Omega
- TJP (freelance)

Block B:
- Jushin Thunder Liger (BOSJ 1992, 1994 & 2001 winner ~ CMLL World Middleweight Champion, JAPW Light Heavyweight Champion)
- Ryusuke Taguchi (IWGP Jr. Tag Team Champion, CMLL World Welterweight Champion)
- KUSHIDA
- Gedo
- Great Sasuke (Tohoku Jr. Heavyweight Champion)
- TAKA Michinoku
- Kota Ibushi
- Daisuke Sasaki (freelance)
- Mascara Dorada (CMLL ~ CMLL World 6 Man Tag Team Champion)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ejZUzOXpPpc&feature=player_embedded

And so a mouthwatering Fukuoka lineup becomes clearer.


NJPW “WRESTLING DONTAKU 2011″, 5/3/11 (WPW/PPV)
Fukuoka International Center

1. Special Singles Match: Yuji Nagata vs. Masato Tanaka
2. CMLL World Middleweight Title: Jushin Thunder Liger (c) vs. Mascara Dorada
3. IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Tag Team Title: Prince Devitt & Ryusuke Taguchi (c) vs. Davey Richards & Rocky Romero
4. IWGP Tag Team Title: Giant Bernard & Karl Anderson (c) vs. Yujiro Takahashi & Tetsuya Naito
5. IWGP Heavyweight Title: Hiroshi Tanahashi (c) vs. Shinsuke Nakamura
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PostSubject: Re: The Official HYBRID GLADSTONE Memorial Indy & Puro Results Thread   Tue Apr 19, 2011 11:02 pm

Course no one really cares about worthwhile wrestling anymore. But fuck it.



NOAH : "GLOBAL TAG LEAGUE 2011" results ... 4/19
Zepp Nagoya - 500 Fans

- Yoshinobu Kanemaru def. Akihito (8:21) with a Vertical-Drop Brainbuster.

- Yoshinari Ogawa & Ricky Marvin def. Akira Taue & Taiji Ishimori (10:43) when Ogawa used a Small Package on Taue.

- KENTA & Genba Hirayanagi def. Atsushi Aoki & Shane Haste (7:43) when KENTA used the go 2 sleep on Haste.

- Go Shiozaki, Shuhei Taniguchi & Kotaro Suzuki def. Takeshi Morishima, Yutaka Yoshie & Mikey Nicholls (17:45) when Taniguchi used a German Suplex Hold on Nicholls.

- Kensuke Sasaki, Katsuhiko Nakajima & Kento Miyahara def. Yoshihiro Takayama, Takuma Sano & Masashi Aoyagi (5:54) when Miyahara used a German Suplex Hold on Aoyagi.

- Global Tag League : Jun Akiyama & Akitoshi Saito [2] def. Bison Smith & Masao Inoue (17:34) when Saito used the Sickle of Death on Inoue.

- Global Tag League: Takashi Sugiura & Mohammed Yone [4] def. Chris Hero & Claudio Castagnoli [2] (24:30) when Yone used a Muscle Buster on Hero.



Global Tag League Standings :
Takashi Sugiura & Mohammed Yone [4]
Kensuke Sasaki & Kento Miyahara [2]
Takeshi Morishima & Yutaka Yoshie [2]
Go Shiozaki & Shuhei Taniguchi [2]
Chris Hero & Claudio Castagnoli [2]
Yoshihiro Takayama & Takuma Sano [2]
Bison Smith & Masao Inoue (0)
Jun Akiyama & Akitoshi Saito (0)






AJPW : "JR. TAG LEAGUE 2011" results ... 4/17
Fujioka Citizen Hall - 1,250 Fans (Super No Vacancy - Full House)

- Manabu Soya def. Yasufumi Nakanoue (9:52) with the Scorpion Deathlock.

- Jr. Tag League : Masanobu Fuchi & Tsuyoshi Kikuchi [2] def. Hikaru Sato & Kikutaro [0] (13:49) when Fuchi used an Inside Cradle on Kikutaro.

- Jr. Tag League : Kaz Hayashi & KAI [2] def. MAZADA & Super Hate [0] (13:54) when Hayashi used a Swan Dive Hurricanrana on Hate.

- TARU & KONO def. KENSO & BUSHI (11:25) when KONO used a Giant Kneedrop on BUSHI.

- Jr. Tag League : Koji Kanemoto & Minoru [2] def. Shuji Kondo & Hiroshi Yamato [0] (13:49) when Koji used an Ankle Hold on Yamato.

- Suwama, Ryota Hama & Seiya Sanada def. Minoru Suzuki, Masakatsu Funaki & Super Crazy (20:50) when Sanada used a Tiger Suplex Hold on Crazy.



Jr. Tag League Standings :
Kaz Hayashi & KAI [2]
Koji Kanemoto & Minoru [2]
Masanobu Fuchi & Tsuyoshi Kikuchi [2]
Super Crazy & BUSHI [0]
Shuji Kondo & Hiroshi Yamato [0]
MAZADA & Super Hate [0]
Hikaru Sato & Kikutaro [0]






ROH "REVOLUTION ~ USA", 5/6/11
Ford Community & Performing Arts Center - Dearborn, MI

- First Blood : Jay & Mark Briscoe vs. Rhett Titus & Kenny King
- No DQ : El Generico vs. Roderick Strong
- Chris Hero & Claudio Castagnoli vs. Davey Richards & Eddie Edwards



ROH "REVOLUTION ~ CANADA", 5/7/11
Ted Reeve Arena - Toronto, Ontario

- Larry Sweeney Memorium : Colt Cabana vs. Delirious
- ROH World Tag Team Titles : Charlie Haas & Shelton Benjamin © vs. Jay & Mark Briscoe
- ROH World Title : Eddie Edwards © vs. Chris Hero



ROH "SUPERCARD OF HONOR VI", 5/21/11
Frontier Fieldhouse - Chicago Ridge, IL
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PostSubject: Re: The Official HYBRID GLADSTONE Memorial Indy & Puro Results Thread   Wed Apr 20, 2011 12:02 am

Have any picks to win the NOAH and AJPW tag leagues sir?
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PostSubject: Re: The Official HYBRID GLADSTONE Memorial Indy & Puro Results Thread   Wed Apr 20, 2011 12:40 am

NOAH I'm not too sure. Maybe Go-Taniguchi. Or Sugiura-Yone.

All Japan I'm feeling Hayashi & KAI. Though I'm rooting for Kondo. As usual.
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PostSubject: Re: The Official HYBRID GLADSTONE Memorial Indy & Puro Results Thread   Wed Apr 20, 2011 2:03 am

hey who won King of Trios SOMEONE TELL ME

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PostSubject: Re: The Official HYBRID GLADSTONE Memorial Indy & Puro Results Thread   Wed Apr 20, 2011 3:02 am

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hey who won King of Trios SOMEONE TELL ME



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PostSubject: Re: The Official HYBRID GLADSTONE Memorial Indy & Puro Results Thread   Wed Apr 20, 2011 3:15 am

I <3 japs. We need you, dritt. W/o you and the ghost of hybrid I'd be left w/ only meltzers resultness "opinion pieces" to follow roh. God bless you.
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PostSubject: Re: The Official HYBRID GLADSTONE Memorial Indy & Puro Results Thread   Wed Apr 20, 2011 8:31 pm

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PostSubject: Re: The Official HYBRID GLADSTONE Memorial Indy & Puro Results Thread   Tue May 03, 2011 6:20 pm

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NJPW “WRESTLING DONTAKU 2011″, 5/3/11 (WPW/PPV)
Fukuoka International Center
6,500 Fans – Super No Vacancy Full House

1. Manabu Nakanishi, Tomoaki Honma & Hiromu Takahashi beat Jado, Gedo & Killer Rabbit (4:36) when Nakanishi used an Argentine backbreaker on Rabbit.
2. TAKA Michinoku & Taichi beat Tiger Mask & KUSHIDA (6:43) when Taichi used the Black Mephisto on KUSHIDA.
3. Toru Yano, Takashi Iizuka & Tomohiro Ishii beat Hiroyoshi Tenzan, Wataru Inoue & King Fale (7:57) when Yano used the Oni Koroshi on Fale.
4. CMLL World Middleweight Title: Jushin Thunder Liger (c) beat Mascara Dorada (10:04) with a brainbuster (3rd defense).
3. IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Tag Team Title: Prince Devitt & Ryusuke Taguchi (c) beat Davey Richards & Rocky Romero (17:41) when Devitt used the Bloody Sunday on Romero (4th defense).
5. IWGP Tag Team Title: Giant Bernard & Karl Anderson (c) beat Yujiro Takahashi & Tetsuya Naito (19:49) when Bernard used the Bernard Driver on Naito (7th defense).
6. Special Tag Match: Hirooki Goto & Tama Tonga beat Takashi Sugiura & Makoto Hashi (9:43) when Goto used the Shouten Kai on Hashi.
7. Special Singles Match: Yuji Nagata beat Masato Tanaka (14:53) with a backdrop hold.
8. Special Singles Match: Togi Makabe beat Satoshi Kojima (11:51) with a King Kong kneedrop.
9. IWGP Heavyweight Title: Hiroshi Tanahashi (c) beat Shinsuke Nakamura (20:17) with the High Fly Flow (3rd defense).

* 6,500 fans packed the Fukuoka International Center, making it the first full house in this building for quite some years. The show was a major turning point in terms of alignments and developments, a huge success in every aspect. NOAH and All Japan were there selling tickets for their own shows in the region coming up, showing how unified the industry is nowadays.

* Quick summary of before lengthier notes: All titles retained, Goto declares war on Tanahashi, Minoru Suzuki performs a coup d’état of Kojima’s faction and takes over, Makabe and Kojima shake hands and form a union, Yujiro walks out on Naito after NO LIMIT’s loss, biggest G1 Climax in years announced.

* Tanahashi defeated eternal rival Nakamura to hold on to his IWGP Heavyweight Title in a 20 minute blockbuster. The ace of New Japan downed Shinsuke with his High Fly Flow but was quickly confronted by Hirooki Goto after the match. Goto, who sported a new entrance theme, appearance (long black pants), and bigger body, declared war on Tanahashi after turning against him right before his trip to Mexico.
* The long-running series between Makabe and Kojima ended with another decisive victory for Makabe over the veteran, making it 3-1 to him. The real story came after Makabe’s win though when TAKA and Taichi appeared and turned against him. They were joined by the new leader of that group, Minoru Suzuki, who has returned to New Japan and will now lead the army comprised of himself, MVP, TAKA, and Taichi! Makabe saved Kojima, though, and the two shook hands, their grudge liquidated and a new alliance born.
* Another series to end was Nagata vs. Tanaka, which also ended 3-1 in Nagata’s favour over the ZERO1 man. This capped off a great couple of months for Nagata that included winning the New Japan Cup and Champion Carnival.
* Before he confronted Tanahashi, the angry and aggressive Goto returned in a tag match where he and young Tama Tonga faced GHC Heavyweight Champion, Takashi Sugiura, and Makoto Hashi. The New Japan team won the match with Goto using his Shouten Kai on Hashi to send a message to Tanahashi. No word yet on if Goto will remain independent of Suzuki’s new army and Nakamura’s CHAOS but there were no indications he is joining either.
* “Bad Intentions” Giant Bernard & Karl Anderson today tied the IWGP Tag Team Title defense record, held by Chono & Tenzan (4th reign, 3/02~4/03), by making a successful V7 defense of the belts against NO LIMIT. NO LIMIT were thought to be the next big tag team in Japan when they returned at the beginning of 2010 and captured the belts, but Bad Intentions have for close to a year now maintained a strangle hold on them and this victory proved that anew. The big story after the match was that Yujiro walked out on Naito, which could spell curtains for the exciting NO LIMIT team.
* Apollo 55 continue to reign as 2-crown champions with a tag and single title each, Devitt & Taguchi making a successful V4 defense of the IWGP Jr. Tag Team Title today against Davey Richards & Rocky Romero when Devitt pinned Romero.
* In a day when no titles changed hands, Jushin Thunder Liger also held on to his CMLL World Middleweight Title by beating Mascara Dorada, in his 3rd successful defense. Like Devitt and Taguchi, Liger holds two titles (the other being the JAPW Light Heavyweight Title) as New Japan juniors stand on top of the world once more with six titles held by three men!

* New Japan announced the schedule for “G1 CLIMAX XXI ~THE INVINCIBLE FIGHTER~”, one of the biggest G1 Climax tournaments in history and certainly the biggest in modern history! Ten shows comprise what should be a massive tournament, two more than last year. This includes a double header to kick it off at the building that was packed today, the Fukuoka International Center, as well as a return (twice over) to the historic Yoyogi National Stadium Gymnasium #2, the regular trips to Osaka and Aichi, and just the one show at Sumo Hall to cap it off. Two PPVs/national TV tapings, three Samurai! TV tapings, and three J SPORTS tapings are part of a G1 Climax that is likely to feature the cream of the crop from around Japan.

- 8/1 @ Fukuoka International Center WPW/PPV
- 8/2 @ Fukuoka International Center
- 8/5 @ Tokyo Korakuen Hall SAMURAI!
- 8/6 @ Aichi Prefectural Gymnasium J SPORTS
- 8/7 @ Osaka Prefectural Gymnasium J SPORTS
- 8/8 @ Yokohama Bunka Gymnasium J SPORTS
- 8/10 @ Yoyogi National Stadium Gymnasium #2 SAMURAI!
- 8/11 @ Yoyogi National Stadium Gymnasium #2 SAMURAI!
- 8/13 @ Tokyo Korakuen Hall SAMURAI!
- 8/14 @ Tokyo Ryogoku Kokugikan WPW/PPV
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PostSubject: Re: The Official HYBRID GLADSTONE Memorial Indy & Puro Results Thread   Thu May 05, 2011 11:58 am



ROH "REVOLUTION ~ USA", 5/6/11
Ford Community & Performing Arts Center - Dearborn, MI

- Michael Elgin vs. Andy Ridge
- Mike Bennett vs. Grizzly Redwood
- Homicide vs. Tommaso Ciampa
- Grudge Match : Christopher Daniels vs. Colt Cabana
- Shelton Benjamin & Charlie Haas vs. Kyle O'Reilly & Adam Cole
- First Blood : Jay and Mark Briscoe vs. Rhett Titus & Kenny King
- No DQ : El Generico vs. Roderick Strong
- Eddie Edwards & Davey Richards vs. Chris Hero & Claudio Castagnoli



ROH "REVOLUTION ~ CANADA", 5/7/11
Ted Reeve Arena - Toronto, Ontario

- Double Danger Scramble : Rhett Titus vs. Tommaso Ciampa vs. Adam Cole vs. Michael Elgin vs. Grizzly Redwood vs. Andy Ridge
- Kyle O’Reilly vs. Claudio Castagnoli
- Steve Corino vs. Mike Bennett
- Larry Sweeney Memorial : Colt Cabana vs. Delirious
- Davey Richards vs. Kenny King
- Grudge Match : Christopher Daniels vs. El Generico
- ROH World Tag Team Titles : Charlie Haas & Shelton Benjamin ©️ vs. Jay & Mark Briscoe
- ROH World Title : Eddie Edwards ©️ vs. Chris Hero



ROH "SUPERCARD OF HONOR VI", 5/21/11
Frontier Fieldhouse - Chicago Ridge, IL

- ROH World Title : Eddie Edwards ©️ vs. Roderick Strong





Chikara "ENGULFED IN A FEVER OF SPITE", 5/14/11
Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium - Burlington, NC

- Tim Donst vs. Kamikaze Kid
- Daizee Haze vs. Grizzly Redwood
- Mike Quackenbush & Frightmare vs. Johnny Gargano & Icarus
- UltraMantis Black vs. Tursas
- The Throwbacks vs. Amasis & Ophidian
- Hallowicked vs. Delirious
- Eddie Kingston vs. Jakob Hammermeier
- 6-Man Mayhem : Fire Ant, Soldier Ant & Green Ant vs. Sinn Bodhi, Kodama & Obariyon



Chikara "ANIVERSARIO AND HIS AMAZING FRIENDS", 5/21/11
Palmer Center - Easton, PA

- UltraMantis Black vs. Chuck Taylor
- Eddie Kingston vs. Sinn Bodhi Shocked
- Mike Quackenbush vs. Hallowicked



Chikara "ANIVERSARIO ~ THE LEGENDARY SUPER POWERS SHOW", 5/22/11
ACE Arena - Union City, NJ

- Sugar Dunkerton vs. Archibald Peck
- Brodie Lee vs. Vin Gerard
- Claudio Castagnoli vs. Amasis






PWG "ALL STAR WEEKEND 8 ~ NIGHT 1", 5/27/11
American Legion Post #208 - Reseda, CA

- Joey Ryan & Scorpio Sky vs. Ryan Taylor & Brian-Cage Taylor
- Kevin Steen vs. Willy Mack
- El Generico vs. Ricochet
- Brandon & Dustin Cutler vs. Austin Aries & Roderick Strong
- Chuck Taylor vs. Kenny King
- Akira Tozawa vs. Eddie Edwards
- Low Ki vs. Alex Shelley
- PWG World Tag Team Titles : The Young Bucks ©️ vs. Johnny Goodtime & Johnny Yuma
- PWG World Title : Claudio Castagnoli ©️ vs. Chris Hero



PWG "ALL STAR WEEKEND 8 ~ NIGHT 2", 5/28/11
American Legion Post #208 - Reseda, CA

- Brandon & Dustin Cutler vs. Joey Ryan & Scorpio Sky
- Chuck Taylor vs. Ricochet
- El Generico vs. Eddie Edwards
- Chris Hero vs. Willy Mack
- Kevin Steen & Akira Tozawa vs. Johnny Goodtime & Johnny Yuma
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PostSubject: Re: The Official HYBRID GLADSTONE Memorial Indy & Puro Results Thread   Mon May 09, 2011 2:43 am

NJPW

Lineups have been announced for the upcoming “BEST OF THE SUPER JR. XVIII“, one of the biggest Super Jr. tournaments in history. Many huge matches take place across the door from legend battles like Jushin Thunder Liger vs. The Great Sasuke to exciting new generation battles like Prince Devitt vs. Kota Ibushi. Match order hasn’t been announced yet and a heavyweight match will be added to each of the group stage shows.

NJPW, 5/26/11 (Samurai! TV)
Tokyo Korakuen Hall

1. Best of the Super Jr. – Block B: KUSHIDA vs. Daisuke Sasaki
2. Best of the Super Jr. – Block B: Jushin Thunder Liger vs. Mascara Dorada
3. Best of the Super Jr. – Block B: Ryusuke Taguchi vs. Kota Ibushi
4. Best of the Super Jr. – Block B: The Great Sasuke vs. TAKA Michinoku
5. Best of the Super Jr. – Block A: Taichi vs. Kenny Omega
6. Best of the Super Jr. – Block A: Tiger Mask vs. TJP
7. Best of the Super Jr. – Block A: Koji Kanemoto vs. Fujita “Jr.” Hayato
8. Best of the Super Jr. – Block A: Prince Devitt vs. Davey Richards

NJPW, 5/28/11 (Samurai! TV)
Tokyo Differ Ariake

1. Best of the Super Jr. – Block B: KUSHIDA vs. Kota Ibushi
2. Best of the Super Jr. – Block B: Ryusuke Taguchi vs. Daisuke Sasaki
3. Best of the Super Jr. – Block B: Gedo vs. TAKA Michinoku
4. Best of the Super Jr. – Block B: Jushin Thunder Liger vs. The Great Sasuke
5. Best of the Super Jr. – Block A: Taichi vs. Fujita “Jr.” Hayato
6. Best of the Super Jr. – Block A: Jado vs. Davey Richards
7. Best of the Super Jr. – Block A: Prince Devitt vs. TJP
8. Best of the Super Jr. – Block A: Koji Kanemoto vs. Kenny Omega

NJPW, 5/29/11 (Samurai! TV)
Tokyo Korakuen Hall

1. Best of the Super Jr. – Block B: Gedo vs. Daisuke Sasaki
2. Best of the Super Jr. – Block B: TAKA Michinoku vs. Mascara Dorada
3. Best of the Super Jr. – Block B: Jushin Thunder Liger vs. KUSHIDA
4. Best of the Super Jr. – Block B: Ryusuke Taguchi vs. The Great Sasuke
5. Best of the Super Jr. – Block A: Jado vs. TJP
6. Best of the Super Jr. – Block A: Koji Kanemoto vs. Taichi
7. Best of the Super Jr. – Block A: Tiger Mask vs. Davey Richards
8. Best of the Super Jr. – Block A: Prince Devitt vs. Fujita “Jr.” Hayato

NJPW, 6/2/11
Toyohashi City Gymnasium #2

1. Best of the Super Jr. – Block B: Kota Ibushi vs. Mascara Dorada
2. Best of the Super Jr. – Block B: Jushin Thunder Liger vs. Daisuke Sasaki
3. Best of the Super Jr. – Block B: Ryusuke Taguchi vs. Gedo
4. Best of the Super Jr. – Block B: KUSHIDA vs. The Great Sasuke
5. Best of the Super Jr. – Block A: Fujita “Jr.” Hayato vs. Kenny Omega
6. Best of the Super Jr. – Block A: Koji Kanemoto vs. TJP
7. Best of the Super Jr. – Block A: Tiger Mask vs. Jado
8. Best of the Super Jr. – Block A: Prince Devitt vs. Taichi

NJPW, 6/3/11
Wakayama City Gymnasium

1. Best of the Super Jr. – Block B: The Great Sasauke vs. Daisuke Sasaki
2. Best of the Super Jr. – Block B: Kota Ibushi vs. TAKA Michinoku
3. Best of the Super Jr. – Block B: Ryusuke Taguchi vs. Mascara Dorada
4. Best of the Super Jr. – Block B: Jushin Thunder Liger vs. Gedo
5. Best of the Super Jr. – Block A: Kenny Omega vs. TJP
6. Best of the Super Jr. – Block A: Taichi vs. Davey Richards
7. Best of the Super Jr. – Block A: Koji Kanemoto vs. Jado
8. Best of the Super Jr. – Block A: Tiger Mask vs. Fujita “Jr.” Hayato

NJPW, 6/4/11
Kyoto KBS Hall

1. Best of the Super Jr. – Block B: Kota Ibushi vs. Daisuke Sasaki
2. Best of the Super Jr. – Block B: KUSHIDA vs. Gedo
3. Best of the Super Jr. – Block B: The Great Sasuke vs. Mascara Dorada
4. Best of the Super Jr. – Block B: Jushin Thunder Liger vs. TAKA Michinoku
5. Best of the Super Jr. – Block A: Taichi vs. TJP
6. Best of the Super Jr. – Block A: Fujita “Jr.” Hayato vs. Davey Richards
7. Best of the Super Jr. – Block A: Prince Devitt vs. Jado
8. Best of the Super Jr. – Block A: Tiger Mask vs. Kenny Omega

NJPW, 6/5/11
Akashi Municipal Industrial Exchange Center

1. Best of the Super Jr. – Block B: Daisuke Sasaki vs. Mascara Dorada
2. Best of the Super Jr. – Block B: Gedo vs. Kota Ibushi
3. Best of the Super Jr. – Block B: KUSHIDA vs. TAKA Michinoku
4. Best of the Super Jr. – Block B: Jushin Thunder Liger vs. Ryusuke Taguchi
5. Best of the Super Jr. – Block A: TJP vs. Davey Richards
6. Best of the Super Jr. – Block A: Taichi vs. Jado
7. Best of the Super Jr. – Block A: Prince Devitt vs. Kenny Omega
8. Best of the Super Jr. – Block A: Koji Kanemoto vs. Tiger Mask

NJPW, 6/7/11 (Samurai! TV)
Tokyo Differ Ariake

1. Best of the Super Jr. – Block B: Gedo vs. Mascara Dorada
2. Best of the Super Jr. – Block B: TAKA Michinoku vs. Daisuke Sasaki
3. Best of the Super Jr. – Block B: Ryusuke Taguchi vs. KUSHIDA
4. Best of the Super Jr. – Block B: The Great Sasuke vs. Kota Ibushi
5. Best of the Super Jr. – Block A: Fujita “Jr.” Hayato vs. TJP
6. Best of the Super Jr. – Block A: Jado vs. Kenny Omega
7. Best of the Super Jr. – Block A: Koji Kanemoto vs. Davey Richards
8. Best of the Super Jr. – Block A: Prince Devitt vs. Tiger Mask

NJPW, 6/8/11 (Samurai! TV)
Tokyo Differ Ariake

1. Best of the Super Jr. – Block B: KUSHIDA vs. Mascara Dorada
2. Best of the Super Jr. – Block B: Gedo vs. The Great Sasuke
3. Best of the Super Jr. – Block B: Ryusuke Taguchi vs. TAKA Michinoku
4. Best of the Super Jr. – Block B: Jushin Thunder Liger vs. Kota Ibushi
5. Best of the Super Jr. – Block A: Kenny Omega vs. Davey Richards
6. Best of the Super Jr. – Block A: Jado vs. Fujita “Jr.” Hayato
7. Best of the Super Jr. – Block A: Tiger Mask vs. Taichi
8. Best of the Super Jr. – Block A: Prince Devitt vs. Koji Kanemoto

NJPW, 6/10/11 (Samurai! TV)
Tokyo Korakuen Hall

1. Best of the Super Jr. – Semi Final: Block A 1st place vs. Block B 2nd place
2. Best of the Super Jr. – Semi Final: Block B 1st place vs. Block A 2nd place
3. Best of the Super Jr. – Final
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PostSubject: Re: The Official HYBRID GLADSTONE Memorial Indy & Puro Results Thread   Wed May 11, 2011 1:26 pm



ROH : "REVOLUTION USA" results ... 5/6
Ford Community & Performing Arts Center - Dearborn, MI

- Pre Show : T-D def. Jeff Brooks.

The show starts with a 10-bell salute to "Sweet n Sour" Larry Sweeney.

- Tommaso Ciampa def. Homicide when he used Nana's crown on Homicide. Post match, Robert Evans delivered a chairshot to Homicide. Evans pushes Ernesto Osiris in front of Homicide resulting in a Cop Killa.

- Michael Elgin def. Andy "Right Leg" Ridge via Spiral Bomb.

Steve Corino enters the ring for an interview segment. He talks about his recovery as well as Christopher Daniels joining House of Truth. Corino says he has a sponsor now, a returning face to Ring of Honor. Mike Bennett comes out. Corino tells Bennett to drop Bob Evans as his trainer. Bennett says he'll push Corino "off the wagon". Grizzly Redwood hits the ring for their match.

- Mike Bennett def. Grizzly Redwood with a Piledriver.

- Jay & Mark Briscoe def. Rhett Titus & Kenny King in a First Blood Match. Ref Paul Turner failed to notice Mark's own bloodloss before calling for the bell. Mark was bleeding like a faucet. Chicago Street Fight between the two teams booked for Supercard in Chicago.

- The Bravados def. N8 Mattson & Rik Matrix.

- Christopher Daniels def. Colt Cabana with the Angel's Wings after Truth Martini interfered.

- Shelton Benjamin & Charlie Haas def. Kyle O'Reilly & Adam Cole in a non-title match when Shelton used the Paydirt on O'Reilly. "Good match".

- Roderick Strong def. El Generico in a No DQ match via Avalanche-style Backbreaker maneuver.

- Chris Hero & Claudio Castagnoli def. Eddie Edwards & Davey Richards when Hero hit a Rolling Elbow Smash on Edwards. "Awesome". Post match, Edwards told Richards that they're brothers but Edwards isn't Davey's "little brother" and can handle himself. Edwards headed to the back alone.




ROH : "REVOLUTION CANADA" results ... 5/7
Ted Reeve Arena - Toronto, Ontario

- Claudio Castagnoli def. Kyle O'Reilly with the Ricola Bomb.

- Mike Bennett def. Steve Corino via Piledriver.

- Michael Elgin wins the 6 Man Scramble. Tommaso Ciampa def. Adam Cole via roll-up for the first fall. Rhett Titus def. Andy Ridge with a Neckbreaker for the second fall. Michael Elgin pins both Cole and Redwood after slamming both together for the third and final fall. "Very good".

- Davey Richards def. Kenny King via Ankle Lock. Davey botched a Top Rope German off the top. Davey looked pissed and left immediately following the finish.

The Bravados came out for a promo. They dog on both Kyle O'Reilly & Adam Cole. O'Reilly & Cole run out and beat them up.

- Larry Sweeney Memorial : Colt Cabana def. Delirious with a Flying Elbow.

- El Generico def. Christopher Daniels with a Brainbuster. Post-match, Elgin comes out but Corino neutralizes him. Generico and Corino stand off. Elgin beats down Corino.

- Charlie Haas & Shelton Benjamin def. Jay & Mark Briscoe after ANX distraction to retain the ROH World Tag Team Titles (1st defense).

- Eddie Edwards def. Chris Hero via Achilles Lock to retain the ROH World Title (2nd defense). Hero sported purple and pink attire in honor of Sweeney. "Amazing match".
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PostSubject: Re: The Official HYBRID GLADSTONE Memorial Indy & Puro Results Thread   Sun May 22, 2011 1:57 am



ROH : "SUPERCARD OF HONOR VI" results ... 5/21
Frontier Fieldhouse - Chicago Ridge, IL

Jim Cornette comes down to the ring. He announces Cary Silkin has sold Ring of Honor to Sinclair Broadcast. August 13th in Chicago will be the debut of brand new TV tapings. All titles will be defended that night. TV show tapings will be streamed on the official ROH site to those who don't get the show in their area. Brass tax of the sale can be found here. Cornette puts over the sale and says their loyalty will always be to the fans. The locker room clears out and thanks Silkin to a huge ovation.

- Homicide def. Michael Elgin via Ace Crusher.

- Kyle O'Reilly & Adam Cole def. The Bravados. Big pop when they won.

Steve Corino comes out for a promo. He says he's trying to be good but it's hard when he "only has 5 moves and to be a good guy you need 7 moves". As he was about to introduce his new sponsor Mike Bennett interrupted. Both men jaw each other on the mic. Jimmy Jacobs returns to a HUGE pop and is aligned with Corino. Jacobs says when he left ROH 2 years ago everyone was happy to see him go. But now he is in the best shape of his life and wants back in ROH "to fight for honor". Cornette comes out with security and Jacobs is removed from the building.

- Mike Bennett def. Steve Corino via Piledriver.

- El Generico def. Chris Hero after an iOle! Kick and a Half Nelson Suplex. Hero originally got the pinfall after a Rolling Elbow. He had his feet on the ropes for leverage. Fans informed Todd Sinclair and he re-started the match.

- Davey Richards def. Charlie Haas after 2 Enzuguris and a stiff kick. "Good back and forth match".

10 bell salutes for both Randy Savage and Larry Sweeney after intermission to kick off the second half.

- Shelton Benjamin def. Claudio Castagnoli with an Avalanche-style T-Bone Suplex. Post match, KOW face off with WGTT.

- Colt Cabana def. Christopher Daniels in a non-title match. Post match Steve Corino trys to make a connection with Colt. House of Truth attacked Corino.

- Jay & Mark Briscoe def. Rhett Titus & Kenny King in a crazy Chicago Street Fight when Jay fell on Titus following a stiff chairshot picking up the pin.

- Eddie Edwards def. Roderick Strong via Single Leg Crab with stomps to the head to retain the ROH World Title (3rd defense). "Awesome". Post match, House of Truth attacks Edwards. Davey makes the save with a chair. Eddie says he needs to fight Davey and he won't work another match in ROH unless it's against Davey. Even going so far to say he would quit the company. Davey warns him to "be careful what you wish for". They shake hands signifying a future title match up.






NJPW : "INVASION TOUR 2011" results ... 5/13
Rahway Recreation Center - Rahway, NJ - 1,800 Fans (No Vacancy)

- Homicide & Low Ki def. Jushin Thunder Liger & Tiger Mask IV (10:41) when Ki used a Ki Crusher on Tiger.

- Satoshi Kojima def. Kenny Omega (9:29) via Lariat.

- Giant Bernard, Karl Anderson, Prince Devitt & Ryusuke Taguchi def. Shinsuke Nakamura, Davey Richards, Jadoh & Gedoh (13:00) when Devitt used the Bloody Sunday on Jadoh.

- IWGP Intercontinental Title Tournament, Round 1 : Yujiro Takahashi def. Hideo Saito (Mitsuhide Hirasawa) (8:28) via Tokyo Pimps.

- IWGP Intercontinental Title Tournament, Round 1 : Tetsuya Naito def. Josh Daniels (12:28) with a Stardust Press.

- IWGP Intercontinental Title Tournament, Round 1 : Toru Yano def. Dan Maff (10:38) via Uragasumi.

- IWGP Intercontinental Title Tournament, Round 1 : MVP def. Kazuchika Okada (12:45) via T.T.B.

- Rhino & Charlie Haas def. Hiroshi Tanahashi & Togi Makabe (16:02) when Rhino Gored Makabe.





NJPW : "INVASION TOUR 2011" results ... 5/14
Basketball City - New York, NY - 2,500 Fans (Super No Vacancy)

- Kenny Omega def. Josh Daniels (10:22) with the Croyt's Wrath.

- Jushin Thunder Liger, Tiger Mask IV & Dan Maff def. Shinsuke Nakamura, Jadoh & Gedoh (11:50) when Tiger used a Tiger Suplex Hold on Gedoh.

- Giant Bernard & Karl Anderson def. Satoshi Kojima & Hideo Saito (9:55) when Bernard used the Bernard Driver on Saito.

- Rhino, Davey Richards & Homicide def. Togi Makabe, Ryusuke Taguchi & Kazuchika Okada (10:53) when Rhino Gored Okada.

- Prince Devitt def. Low Ki (16:07) with the Bloody Sunday to retain the IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Title (7th defense).

- IWGP Intercontinental Title Tournament, Semi Final : Toru Yano def. Yujiro Takahashi (7:47) via Oni Koroshi.

- IWGP Intercontinental Title Tournament, Semi Final : MVP def. Tetsuya Naito (10:57) via T.T.D.

- Hiroshi Tanahashi def. Charlie Haas (18:50) with the High Fly Flow to retain the IWGP Heavyweight Title (4th defense).





NJPW : "INVASION TOUR 2011" results ... 5/15
Asylum Arena - Philadelphia, PA - 1,500 Fans (Super No Vacancy - Full House)

- Tetsuya Naito def. Hideo Saito (10:07) with a Stardust Press.

- Shinsuke Nakamura, Yujiro Takahashi, Jadoh & Gedoh def. Charlie Haas, Tiger Mask IV, Kazuchika Okada & Josh Daniels (12:47) when Nakamura used a Boma Ye Knee Kick on Okada.

- Kenny Omega def. Jushin Thunder Liger (10:42) with the Croyt's Wrath to win the JAPW Light Heavyweight Title.

- Giant Bernard & Karl Anderson def. Satoshi Kojima & Dan Maff (14:39) when Anderson used the Gun Stun on Maff.

- Prince Devitt & Ryusuke Taguchi def. Homicide & Low Ki (15:18) when Devitt used the Bloody Sunday on Homicide to retain the IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Tag Team Titles (5th defense).

- Hiroshi Tanahashi def. Davey Richards (14:45) with the High Fly Flow.

- MVP def. Toru Yano (9:27) with the T.T.B to win the IWGP Intercontinental Title and become the 1st champion.

- Togi Makabe def. Rhino (15:17) in a South Philly Street Fight with the King Kong Kneedrop.


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PostSubject: Re: The Official HYBRID GLADSTONE Memorial Indy & Puro Results Thread   Tue Jun 14, 2011 2:53 am



CZW : "PRELUDE TO VIOLENCE" results ... 6/11
Asylum Arena - Philadelphia, PA

- "The Ego" Robert Anthony def. Kit Osbourne. Post-match, Anthony called out CZW World Heavyweight champ Devon Moore. The two battled through the crowd and up to the second floor balcony. Philly’s Most Wanted jumped in and all three men threw Moore over the balcony through 2 tables on the floor.

- Alex Colon & Ruckus def. The Runaways and Joe Gacy & Ryan Slater.

- Ryan McBride def. Gran Akuma, Ty Hagen, Ricky Reyes, VSK, & Ryan Eagles in a 6-Way Match to become the #1 Contender to the CZW Wired TV Title. Post-match, Akuma assaulted Kimber Lee.

- Sami Callihan def. Jake Crist. Post-match, the boss DJ Hyde attacked Callihan.

- DJ Hyde def. Little Mondo to earn a spot in Tournament of Death.

Pinkie Sanchez came to the ring demanding a shot to enter TOD. Hyde said he had to prove himself.

- Matt Tremont def. Pinkie Sanchez to earn a spot in Tournament of Death. Post-match, Hyde announces Tremont first round opponent in TOD is Necro Butcher.

- Danny Havoc def. tHURTeen to retain the UVU Title.

- Adam Cole w/ Mia Yim def. Jon Gresham to retain the CZW World Jr. Heavyweight Title.

- Kyoko Inoue def. Sumie Sakai with a SICK powerbomb.

- AR Fox def. Drew Gulak to win the CZW Wired TV Title.

- BLK Jeez & Joker def. Azrieal & Bandido to retain the CZW World Tag Team Titles. Post-match, Robert Anthony challenged Devon Moore to face him and Philly’s Most Wanted at Tournament of Death.

- Scotty Vortekz def. Drake Younger in a TLC match to earn a spot in Tournament of Death. Post-match, Younger wished Vortekz luck at TOD. Younger challenges Vortekz to a Circus Death-match at Tangled Web on 8/13.






PWG "ALL STAR WEEKEND 8 ~ NIGHT 1" results ... 5/27
American Legion Post #208 - Reseda, CA

- Willie Mack def. Kevin Steen via School Boy.

- Joey Ryan & Scorpio Sky def. Brian Cage-Taylor & Ryan Taylor via Super Kick/Cutter combo. Post-match, Chuck Taylor is irate his family lost. He calls out Kenny King to start their match.

- Chuck Taylor def. Kenny King via Brian Cage-Taylor intrusion and pinfall/pulling of the tights.

- Generation Me def. Johnny Goodtime & Johnny Yuma with Double Super Kicks to retain the PWG World Tag Team Titles (1st defense).

- Austin Aries & Roderick Strong def. Brandon & Dustin Cutler when Strong used a Sick Kick on Dustin. Post-match, Generation Me attacks Strong and Aries until Alex Shelley comes out for the save. Generation Next re-union. Shelley & Generation Next challenge The Bucks to a 6-Man Tag.

- Eddie Edwards def. Alex Shelley with the Die Hard/2K1 Bomb. "Awesome match". Post-match, Shelley asks for a future match between the American Wolves and the Motor City Machine Guns.

- Kevin Steen & Akira Tozawa def. El Generico & Ricochet when Steen used the Steenalizer on Ricochet. Steen & Generico rekindled their 2010 feud. "Match of the year" chants.

- Claudio Castagnoli def. Chris Hero via European Uppercut to retain the PWG World Title (4th defense).



PWG "ALL STAR WEEKEND 8 ~ NIGHT 2" results ... 5/28
American Legion Post #208 - Reseda, CA

- Kenny King def. Brian Cage-Taylor with the Royal Flush. King broke Cage's nose.

- Kevin Steen & Akira Tozawa def. Johnny Goodtime & Johnny Yuma when Steen Package Piledrove Yuma on the ring apron. Post-match, Generation Me came from the back and attacked Steen & Tozawa. Chris Hero came out from commentary and made the save. Steen threatened to "rip Generation Me's dicks off". Hero challenged Tozawa to one final PWG match later in the night. Tozawa accepts.

- Ricochet def. Willie Mack via Shooting Star Press.

- Scorpio Sky & Joey Ryan def. Brandon & Dustin Cutler when Sky made Dustin tap.

- Eddie Edwards def. El Generico via Single Leg Boston.

- Generation Me def. Austin Aries & Roderick Strong when Matt used a Crucifix Pin on Strong to retain the PWG World Tag Team Titles (2nd defense).

- Akira Tozawa def. Chris Hero via High Angle German Suplex. Post-match, the fans show their appreciation for Tozawa. Tozawa openly weeped.

- Claudio Castagnoli def. Low Ki with a Pop-Up European to retain the PWG World Title (5th defense).






ROH "BEST IN THE WORLD 2011", 6/26/11 (GoFightLive)
Manhattan Center (Hammerstein Ballroom) - New York, NY

- Dark Match : Kyle O'Reilly & Adam Cole vs. Generation Me
- Steve Corino vs. Michael Elgin
- Mike Bennett vs. Jay Lethal
- Street Fight : Homicide vs. Rhino w/ The Embassy
- ROH World Television Title : Christopher Daniels © vs. El Generico
- ROH World Tag Team Titles, 4-Way Elimination : Charlie Haas & Shelton Benjamin © vs. Chris Hero & Claudio Castagnoli vs. Jay & Mark Briscoe vs. Rhett Titus & Kenny King
- ROH World Title : Eddie Edwards © vs. Davey Richards
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PostSubject: Re: The Official HYBRID GLADSTONE Memorial Indy & Puro Results Thread   Tue Jun 21, 2011 5:02 pm



NJPW “DOMINION 6.18″, 6/18/11 (WPW/PPV)
Osaka Prefectural Gymnasium
6,200 Fans – Super No Vacancy Full House

1. Koji Kanemoto beat Hiromu Takahashi (3:04) with a single-leg crab hold.
2. Brian Kendrick , Jado & Gedo beat Jushin Thunder Liger, Tiger Mask & KUSHIDA (8:33) when Kendrick used the Sliced Bread #2 on KUSHIDA.
3. CMLL World Welterweight Title: Mascara Dorada beat Ryusuke Taguchi (c) (8:26) by pinfall to become the 26th champion.
4. Hiroyoshi Tenzan, Yuji Nagata & Wataru Inoue beat Takashi Iizuka, Masato Tanaka & Tomohiro Ishii (9:12) when Nagata used a backdrop hold on Ishii.
5. Special Singles Match: Yujiro Takahashi beat Tetsuya Naito (11:12) with the Tokyo Pimps.
6. IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Title: Kota Ibushi beat Prince Devitt (c) (13:49) with a Firebird splash to become the 61st champion.
7. Special Tag Match: Minoru Suzuki & Lance Archer beat Togi Makabe & Satoshi Kojima (12:39) when Suzuki used a Gotch-style piledriver on Kojima.
8. IWGP Intercontinental Title: MVP (c) beat Toru Yano (10:50) with a leg roll clutch hold (1st defense).
9. Double Title Match – IWGP Tag Team Title & GHC Tag Team Title: Giant Bernard & Karl Anderson (c) beat Yoshihiro Takayama & Takuma Sano (c) (12:03) when Bernard used the Bernard Driver on Sano (8th defense) to become the 22nd GHC Tag Team Champions.
10. IWGP Heavyweight Title: Hiroshi Tanahashi (c) beat Hirooki Goto (25:28) with the High Fly Flow (5th defense).

* A packed house of 6,200 fans saw another great show by New Japan in the hotbed known as Osaka Prefectural Gymnasium.
* TNA Wrestling’s Brian Kendrick, who became popular in Japan earlier in the 2000s as Spanky in ZERO-ONE, made a surprise appearance in the second match in the place of Killer Rabbit, teaming with Jado & Gedo.
* Taguchi’s half year reign as CMLL World Welterweight Champion ended at the hands of the man he won it from, Mascara Dorada, the Funky Weapon failing in his V3 defense of the belt.
* AKIRA returned to his old haunt after the fourth match to continue his feud with former JJ Jacks tag partner Iizuka from TAJIRI’s SMASH promotion. After the same match, Mitsuhide Hirasawa made his long awaited return to Japan, surprisingly betraying his Blue Justice mentor Nagata and possibly (awaiting confirmaiton) joining CHAOS!
* Yujiro drew first blood in what is likely to be a lengthy grudge feud with former NO LIMIT partner Naito, and Naito was gang attacked after the match before Honma made the save.
* Best of the Super Jr. winner, Kota Ibushi, ended Prince Devitt’s one year reign as IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Champion in an emotional match. After several high profile losses to Devitt, including the 2010 BOSJ final and a title match at this year’s Tokyo Dome show, Ibushi finally rose to the peak of the junior scene to capture the prestigious IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Title. Although Devitt’s memorable reign came to an end on the same day his close friend Taguchi also dropped gold, Apollo 55 do still hold the IWGP Jr. Tag Team Title remember.
* MVP retained the newly founded IWGP Intercontinental Title in a rematch of the tournament final where he won it, pinning Toru Yano with a cradle for a successful V1 defense.
* Bad Intentions made history twice over with one three count, smashing Chono & Tenzan’s IWGP Tag Team Title defense record while at the same time taking the GHC Tag Team Title from NOAH to become double champions. Bernard & Anderson cement themselves as one of the most dominant teams in Japanese tag wrestling history.
* Tanahashi retained the IWGP Heavyweight Title over Goto in what is being called an epic match. Goto came closer than ever to winning the title that has eluded him so far but disappointingly still wasn’t able to surpass Tanahashi and the wait continues. The two shook hands out of respect after the match, despite their recent bitter. After making history in the match beforehand, Giant Bernard appeared after the match and challenged Tanahashi! Tanahashi counter-challenged Bernard for a shot at the tag belts, with Goto as his partner. If the singles match is realized, Bernard has the chance to become a 3-crown champion.

Kota Ibushi will make his V1 defense of the IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Title against the man he just won the belt from, Prince Devitt, at DDT’s Sumo Hall super-show on July 24th. After winning the Super Jr. then dethroning Devitt yesterday, this is a potential banana skin for Ibushi, as Devitt will be desperate to reclaim the belt he held for a year.

DDT “RYOGOKU PETER PAN 2011″, 7/24/11
Tokyo Ryogoku Kokugikan

- IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Title: Kota Ibushi (c) vs. Prince Devitt

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Yuji Nagata failed to follow up on winning All Japan’s Champion Carnival by winning the Triple Crown at All Japan’s own Sumo Hall show today. He challenged a man he defeated during the Carnival, Suwama, in a gripping match. Nagata won both the New Japan Cup and Champion Carnival this year but failed to beat either Tanahashi or Suwama in the subsequent title matches he earned from winning the tournaments.

AJPW “PRO WRESTLING LOVE IN RYOGOKU VOL.12″, 6/19/11
Tokyo Ryogoku Kokugikan
8,000 Fans

- Triple Crown: Suwama (c) beat Yuji Nagata (30:13) with a backdrop hold (4th defense).

* Tetsuya Naito is the latest big name from New Japan to head to CMLL in Mexico, where he along with now former partner Yujiro have been before. Naito will return to New Japan close to the end of July, so will stay a month or so just like Nakamura.
* Some changes to the six man tag tournament that begins tomorrow. Brian Kendrick replaces Killer Rabbit to continue his team with Jado & Gedo that surprisingly formed in Osaka. With Nakanishi having been badly injured recently, he is out so Kanemoto leads the young lion tandem of Kyosuke Mikami and Hiromu Takahashi. And with Naito out of CHAOS and heading to CMLL, the soon to retire Dick Togo replaces him and teams with Yujiro and Tanaka.
* MVP returns for the summer tour, while Strong Man, Minoru Suzuki, Masato Tanaka, and CMLL star Hector Garza are other guests. Nakamura is also back from his CMLL expedition to lead CHAOS.
* Mitsuhide Hirasawa, permanently using his new ring name of Hideo Saito it appears, returns to New Japan on the tour and begins a feud with former teacher Nagata. Hirasawa or Saito as he will now be known is now a member of CHAOS.
* Yutaka Yoshie makes a rare return home on the 7/10 house show in his local Maebashi.
* Tanahashi vs. Bernard is the focus of the tour, with Tana & Goto challenging Bad Intentions for the IWGP Tag Team Title at Korakuen on 7/3 before Tanahashi defends his IWGP Heavyweight Title against Bernard on the big tour climax.

NJPW “J SPORTS CROWN 6 MAN OPENWEIGHT TAG TEAM TOURNAMENT”, 6/21/11 (J SPORTS)
Tokyo Differ Ariake

1. J SPORTS CROWN 6 Man Openweight Tag Team Tournament Prelude: Hiroyoshi Tenzan, Wataru Inoue & King Fale vs. Giant Bernard, Karl Anderson & Jushin Thunder Liger
2. J SPORTS CROWN 6 Man Openweight Tag Team Tournament Prelude: Hirooki Goto, Prince Devitt & Ryusuke Taguchi vs. Toru Yano, Takashi Iizuka & Tomohiro Ishii
3. J SPORTS CROWN 6 Man Openweight Tag Team Tournament – Round 1: Koji Kanemoto, Kyosuke Mikami & Hiromu Takahashi vs. Tsuyoshi Kikuchi, Madoka & Shinobu
4. J SPORTS CROWN 6 Man Openweight Tag Team Tournament – Round 1: Yuji Nagata, Super Strong Machine & Tiger Mask vs. Masato Tanaka , Yujiro Takahashi & Dick Togo
5. J SPORTS CROWN 6 Man Openweight Tag Team Tournament – Round 1: Togi Makabe, Satoshi Kojima & Tomoaki Honma vs. Lance Archer, TAKA Michinoku & Taichi
6. J SPORTS CROWN 6 Man Openweight Tag Team Tournament – Round 1: Hiroshi Tanahashi, KUSHIDA & Mascara Dorada vs. Brian Kendrick , Jado & Gedo

NJPW “J SPORTS CROWN 6 MAN OPENWEIGHT TAG TEAM TOURNAMENT”, 6/22/11 (J SPORTS)
Tokyo Differ Ariake

1. J SPORTS CROWN 6 Man Openweight Tag Team Tournament – Round 2: Winner of Team Tanahashi/Team Kendrick vs. Giant Bernard, Karl Anderson & Jushin Thunder Liger
2. J SPORTS CROWN 6 Man Openweight Tag Team Tournament – Round 2: Winner of Team Kanemoto/Team Kikuchi vs. Toru Yano, Takashi Iizuka & Tomohiro Ishii
3. J SPORTS CROWN 6 Man Openweight Tag Team Tournament – Round 2: Winner of Team Nagata/Team Tanaka vs. Hirooki Goto, Prince Devitt & Ryusuke Taguchi
4. J SPORTS CROWN 6 Man Openweight Tag Team Tournament – Round 2: Winner of Team Makabe/Team Archer vs. Hiroyoshi Tenzan, Wataru Inoue & King Fale

NJPW “J SPORTS CROWN 6 MAN OPENWEIGHT TAG TEAM TOURNAMENT”, 6/23/11 (J SPORTS)
Tokyo Differ Ariake

1. J SPORTS CROWN 6 Man Openweight Tag Team Tournament – Semi Final:
2. J SPORTS CROWN 6 Man Openweight Tag Team Tournament – Semi Final:
3. J SPORTS CROWN 6 Man Openweight Tag Team Tournament – Final:

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NJPW, 7/3/11 (Samurai! TV)
Tokyo Korakuen Hall

1. Jushin Thunder Liger & Kyosuke Mikami vs. Jado & Gedo
2. Prince Devitt & Ryusuke Taguchi vs. KUSHIDA & Hiromu Takahashi
3. Hiroyoshi Tenzan, Yuji Nagata, Wataru Inoue & King Fale vs. Shinsuke Nakamura, Toru Yano, Takashi Iizuka & Hideo Saito
4. Strong Man & Tomoaki Honma vs. Masato Tanaka & Yujiro Takahashi
5. MVP vs. Tomohiro Ishii
6. Togi Makabe, Satoshi Kojima & Tiger Mask vs. Minoru Suzuki, TAKA Michinoku & Taichi
7. IWGP Tag Team Title: Giant Bernard & Karl Anderson (c) vs. Hiroshi Tanahashi & Hirooki Goto

NJPW, 7/8/11 (Samurai! TV)
Tokyo Differ Ariake

1. Takaaki Watanabe vs. Jado
2. Jushin Thunder Liger, Kyosuke Mikami & Hiromu Takahashi vs. Masato Tanaka , Yujiro Takahashi & Hector Garza
3. Prince Devitt, Ryusuke Taguchi & KUSHIDA vs. Kota Ibushi , Daisuke Sasaki & Madoka
4. Hiroyoshi Tenzan, Yuji Nagata & Wataru Inoue vs. Shinsuke Nakamura, Takashi Iizuka & Hideo Saito
5. Satoshi Kojima, Tomoaki Honma & Tiger Mask vs. Minoru Suzuki, TAKA Michinoku & Taichi
6. Togi Makabe & MVP vs. Toru Yano & Tomohiro Ishii
7. Hiroshi Tanahashi, Hirooki Goto & Strong Man vs. Giant Bernard, Karl Anderson & King Fale

NJPW, 7/10/11
Green Dome Maebashi Sub Arena

1. Hiroyoshi Tenzan & Yuji Nagata vs. Takashi Iizuka & Hideo Saito
2. Togi Makabe, Satoshi Kojima & Tiger Mask vs. Minoru Suzuki, TAKA Michinoku & Taichi
3. Strong Man, Yutaka Yoshie & Tomoaki Honma vs. Masato Tanaka , Yujiro Takahashi & Tomohiro Ishii
4. Hiroshi Tanahashi, Hirooki Goto & Jushin Thunder Liger vs. Giant Bernard, Karl Anderson & Hector Garza

NJPW, 7/13/11
Sapporo Teisen Hall

1. Hiroyoshi Tenzan, Wataru Inoue, Prince Devitt & Ryusuke Taguchi vs. Shinsuke Nakamura, Masato Tanaka , Yujiro Takahashi & Tomohiro Ishii
2. MVP & Jushin Thunder Liger vs. Toru Yano & Hector Garza
3. Togi Makabe, Satoshi Kojima & Tiger Mask vs. Minoru Suzuki, TAKA Michinoku & Taichi
4. Hiroshi Tanahashi & KUSHIDA vs. Giant Bernard & Karl Anderson

NJPW, 7/14/11
Asahikawa Local Industry Promotion Center

1. MVP, Prince Devitt & Ryusuke Taguchi vs. Toru Yano, Jado & Gedo
2. Hiroyoshi Tenzan, Yuji Nagata & Wataru Inoue vs. Shinsuke Nakamura, Takashi Iizuka & Hideo Saito
3. Togi Makabe, Satoshi Kojima & Tomoaki Honma vs. Minoru Suzuki, TAKA Michinoku & Taichi
4. Hiroshi Tanahashi, Hirooki Goto & KUSHIDA vs. Giant Bernard, Karl Anderson & Tiger Mask

NJPW, 7/15/11
Muroran City Gymnasium

1. MVP, Strong Man & Jushin Thunder Liger vs. Shinsuke Nakamura, Toru Yano & Hector Garza
2. Togi Makabe, Satoshi Kojima & Tomoaki Honma vs. Minoru Suzuki, TAKA Michinoku & Taichi
3. Hiroyoshi Tenzan & Yuji Nagata vs. Takashi Iizuka & Hideo Saito
4. Hiroshi Tanahashi, Hirooki Goto & KUSHIDA vs. Giant Bernard, Karl Anderson & Tiger Mask

NJPW, 7/16/11
Yakumo Town Gymnasium

1. MVP, Prince Devitt & Ryusuke Taguchi vs. Toru Yano, Jado & Gedo
2. Strong Man, Tomoaki Honma & KUSHIDA vs. Shinsuke Nakamura, Masato Tanaka & Yujiro Takahashi
3. Togi Makabe, Satoshi Kojima & Tiger Mask vs. Minoru Suzuki, TAKA Michinoku & Taichi
4. Hiroshi Tanahashi, Hirooki Goto & Jushin Thunder Liger vs. Giant Bernard, Karl Anderson & Hector Garza

NJPW, 7/18/11 (WPW/PPV)
Makomanai Sekisui Heim Ice Arena

1. Prince Devitt, Ryusuke Taguchi & KUSHIDA vs. Kota Ibushi , Kenny Omega & Daisuke Sasaki
2. Yuji Nagata vs. Hideo Saito
3. Special Singles Match: Satoshi Kojima vs. Minoru Suzuki
4. IWGP Intercontinental Title: MVP (c) vs. Toru Yano
5. IWGP Heavyweight Title: Hiroshi Tanahashi (c) vs. Giant Bernard

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NJPW, 7/19/11
Obihiro City Gymnasium

1. Hirooki Goto, Prince Devitt & Ryusuke Taguchi vs. Jushin Thunder Liger, KUSHIDA & King Fale
2. Togi Makabe, Satoshi Kojima & MVP vs. Minoru Suzuki, TAKA Michinoku & Taichi
3. Hiroshi Tanahashi, Hiroyoshi Tenzan, Yuji Nagata & Wataru Inoue vs. Shinsuke Nakamura, Toru Yano, Takashi Iizuka & Hideo Saito

NJPW, 7/20/11
Shiranuka Town Gymnasium

1. Hiroyoshi Tenzan, Yuji Nagata, Wataru Inoue & King Fale vs. Takashi Iizuka, Masato Tanaka , Yujiro Takahashi & Hideo Saito
2. Togi Makabe, Satoshi Kojima & Jushin Thunder Liger vs. Minoru Suzuki, TAKA Michinoku & Taichi
3. Hiroshi Tanahashi, Hirooki Goto & Tiger Mask vs. Shinsuke Nakamura, Toru Yano & Tomohiro Ishii

NJPW, 7/22/11
Hakodate Citizen Gymnasium

1. Hirooki Goto & KUSHIDA vs. Toru Yano & Tomohiro Ishii
2. Togi Makabe, Satoshi Kojima & MVP vs. Minoru Suzuki, TAKA Michinoku & Taichi
3. Hiroshi Tanahashi, Yuji Nagata & Tomoaki Honma vs. Shinsuke Nakamura, Takashi Iizuka & Hideo Saito

NJPW, 7/23/11
Aomori Industrial Hall

1. Togi Makabe, Hiroyoshi Tenzan & Tomoaki Honma vs. Toru Yano, Takashi Iizuka & Hideo Saito
2. Satoshi Kojima & MVP vs. TAKA Michinoku & Taichi
3. Hiroshi Tanahashi, Hirooki Goto, Ryusuke Taguchi & KUSHIDA vs. Shinsuke Nakamura, Yujiro Takahashi, Jado & Gedo

NJPW, 7/24/11
Akita Terrsa Hall

1. Hirooki Goto, Ryusuke Taguchi & KUSHIDA vs. Yujiro Takahashi, Jado & Gedo
2. Togi Makabe & Satoshi Kojima vs. TAKA Michinoku & Taichi
3. Hiroshi Tanahashi, Hiroyoshi Tenzan, Yuji Nagata & Wataru Inoue vs. Shinsuke Nakamura, Toru Yano, Takashi Iizuka & Hideo Saito

NJPW “J SPORTS CROWN 6 MAN OPENWEIGHT TAG TEAM TOURNAMENT”, 6/21/11 (J SPORTS)
Tokyo Differ Ariake
350 Fans – No Vacancy

1. J SPORTS CROWN 6 Man Openweight Tag Team Tournament Prelude: Giant Bernard, Karl Anderson & Jushin Thunder Liger beat Hiroyoshi Tenzan, Wataru Inoue & King Fale (11:15) when Anderson pinned Fale after the Magic Killer.
2. J SPORTS CROWN 6 Man Openweight Tag Team Tournament Prelude: Hirooki Goto, Prince Devitt & Ryusuke Taguchi beat Toru Yano, Takashi Iizuka & Tomohiro Ishii (12:55) when Goto used the Shouten Kai on Ishii.
3. J SPORTS CROWN 6 Man Openweight Tag Team Tournament – Round 1: Tsuyoshi Kikuchi, Madoka & Shinobu beat Koji Kanemoto, Kyosuke Mikami & Hiromu Takahashi (10:56) when Madoka used the Ranhei on Takahashi.
4. J SPORTS CROWN 6 Man Openweight Tag Team Tournament – Round 1: Masato Tanaka , Yujiro Takahashi & Dick Togo beat Yuji Nagata, Tiger Mask & Takaaki Watanabe (11:09) when Takahashi used the Tokyo Pimps on Watanabe.
5. J SPORTS CROWN 6 Man Openweight Tag Team Tournament – Round 1: Togi Makabe, Satoshi Kojima & Tomoaki Honma beat Lance Archer, TAKA Michinoku & Taichi (14:47) when Kojima used a lariat on Taichi.
6. J SPORTS CROWN 6 Man Openweight Tag Team Tournament – Round 1: Hiroshi Tanahashi, KUSHIDA & Mascara Dorada beat Brian Kendrick , Jado & Gedo (16:39) when KUSHIDA used the Midnight Express on Gedo.

* Young lion Takaaki Watanabe replaced the absent Super Strong Machine in Team Nagata.

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NJPW “J SPORTS CROWN 6 MAN OPENWEIGHT TAG TEAM TOURNAMENT”, 6/22/11 (J SPORTS)
Tokyo Differ Ariake

1. J SPORTS CROWN 6 Man Openweight Tag Team Tournament – Round 2: Toru Yano, Takashi Iizuka & Tomohiro Ishii vs. Tsuyoshi Kikuchi, Madoka & Shinobu
2. J SPORTS CROWN 6 Man Openweight Tag Team Tournament – Round 2: Togi Makabe, Satoshi Kojima & Tomoaki Honma vs. Hiroyoshi Tenzan, Wataru Inoue & King Fale
3. J SPORTS CROWN 6 Man Openweight Tag Team Tournament – Round 2: Hirooki Goto, Prince Devitt & Ryusuke Taguchi Masato Tanaka , Yujiro Takahashi & Dick Togo
4. J SPORTS CROWN 6 Man Openweight Tag Team Tournament – Round 2: Hiroshi Tanahashi, KUSHIDA & Mascara Dorada vs. Giant Bernard, Karl Anderson & Jushin Thunder Liger
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PostSubject: Re: The Official HYBRID GLADSTONE Memorial Indy & Puro Results Thread   Tue Jun 21, 2011 8:38 pm

I'm a little stunned Goto isn't champ. Not so high on Ibushi getting the Jr. belt. He hasn't done much for me this year.

Professor Hentai wrote:
Yuji Nagata failed to follow up on winning All Japan’s Champion Carnival by winning the Triple Crown at All Japan’s own Sumo Hall show today. He challenged a man he defeated during the Carnival, Suwama, in a gripping match. Nagata won both the New Japan Cup and Champion Carnival this year but failed to beat either Tanahashi or Suwama in the subsequent title matches he earned from winning the tournaments.

AJPW “PRO WRESTLING LOVE IN RYOGOKU VOL.12″, 6/19/11
Tokyo Ryogoku Kokugikan
8,000 Fans

- Triple Crown: Suwama (c) beat Yuji Nagata (30:13) with a backdrop hold (4th defense).

Need to see this. And Champion Carnival. I haven't followed AJPW this year much but just about everything I have seen was good. Sanada is a future Triple Crown. No doubt about it.
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PostSubject: Re: The Official HYBRID GLADSTONE Memorial Indy & Puro Results Thread   Sun Jun 26, 2011 8:59 pm



ROH "BEST IN THE WORLD 2011" results ... 6/26 (GoFightLive)
Manhattan Center (Hammerstein Ballroom) - New York, NY

- Dark Match : Generation Me def. Kyle O'Reilly & Adam Cole via DQ when The Bravados interfered. "Welcome back" and "fuck TNA" chants for The Bucks.

- Tomasso Ciampa def. Colt Cabana via Project Ciampa.

- Jay Lethal def. Mike Bennett with the Black Machismo Elbow. Lethal got the streamer treatment. Huge ovation.

- Homicide def. Rhino when he reversed the Gore into a Sunset Flip in a No DQ Match. Post-match, Homicide KOs Prince Nana. Rhino then gored Homicide through a table.

Steve Corino and Jimmy Jacobs come out to the ring. Corino says every one deserves a second chance. Corino calls for Kevin Steen to come to the ring. Steen returns from the rafters but is stopped from going over the guardrail by security and Jim Cornette. Steen pleds for another chance. Steen and Cornette shake hands and Steen exits.

- Micheal Elgin def. Steve Corino with a Spiral Powerbomb. Post-match, House of Truth beat down Corino and Jimmy Jacobs. Kevin Steen runs back out and cleans house. Steen poses in the ring and NYC goes insane. Security are out again. Corino begs Jim Cornette to allow Steen to speak. Steen : "My name is Kevin Steen & FUCK Ring of Honor !". Package Piledriver on Corino ! Security carry a laughing Steen out of the building. Cornette hits the mic and guarantees on his mother's grave we have seen the last of Kevin Steen in an ROH ring ever.

- El Generico def. Christopher Daniels with the iBrainbustaah! to win the ROH World Television Title and become the 3rd champion.

- Charlie Haas & Shelton Benjamin def. Chris Hero & Claudio Castagnoli in a 4-Team Elimination Tag via Double Alabama Slam to retain the ROH World Tag Team Titles (2nd defense).
~ Rhett Titus & Kenny King eliminate Jay & Mark Briscoe with the One Night Stand on Jay.
~ Chris Hero & Claudio Castagnoli eliminate Rhett Titus & Kenny King when Hero used a Loaded Elbow Smash on Titus.
Post-match, The Briscoes return with chairs and take out WGTT. The Kings stand back and allow the Briscoes to continue their beat down. ANX run out and chase The Briscoes off.

- Davey Richards def. Eddie Edwards with a vicious running kick to the face to win the ROH World Title and become the 16th champion. "MOTYC". "Fantastic match". Jim Cornette, Tony Kozina & Kyle O’Reilly hit the ring to check on both men. Davey hugs Eddie. Eddie puts the belt on Davey and breaks down in tears. Fans show their respect for both men. Davey celebrates with the belt in the crowd to end the show.








NOAH results ... 6/26 (G+)
Tokyo Korakuen Hall - 1,800 fans

- Atsushi Aoki def. Osamu Namiguchi (2:44) via Modified Cross Armbreaker.

- Yoshinari Ogawa & Bobby Fish def. Masao Inoue & Genba Hirayanagi (13:41) when Fish used a Heel Hook on Hirayanagi.

- Akitoshi Saito, Taiji Ishimori & Ricky Marvin def. Katsuhiko Nakajima, Kento Miyahara & Satoshi Kajiwara (12:05) when Ishimori used a 450° Splash on Kajiwara.

- KENTA & Yoshinobu Kanemaru def. Yoshihiro Takayama & Takuma Sano (11:31) when KENTA used the Go 2 Sleep on Sano.

- Takeshi Morishima def. Shuhei Taniguchi (10:38) with a Backdrop Suplex.

- Kensuke Sasaki def. Bison Smith (19:15) with a Northern Lights Bomb.

- Kotaro Suzuki def. Roderick Strong (22:56) with a Tiger Driver to retain the GHC Jr. Heavyweight Title (6th defense).

- Go Shiozaki & Jun Akiyama def. Takashi Sugiura & Mohammed Yone (17:55) when Go used a Lariat on Sugiura, the GHC Heavyweight champion.





Block A :
KENTA & Yoshinobu Kanemaru
Taiji Ishimori & Zack Sabre Jr.
Kenou & Kenbai
Tatsuhito Takaiwa & Osamu Namiguchi
Jack Evans & Aero Star

Block B :
Kotaro Suzuki & Atsushi Aoki
Ricky Marvin & Rocky Marvin
Katsuhiko Nakajima & Satoshi Kajiwara
Atsushi Kotoge & Daisuke Harada
Eddie Edwards & Delirious





CZW "TOURNAMENT OF DEATH X" results ... 6/26
Ultraviolent Underground - Townsend, DE

The event drew around 550-650 fans. Show opened with a moment of silence for indy wrestler JT Roberts who passed away last week in an auto accident.

- Tournament of Death, Round 1 : Masada def. Dysfunction in a Fans Bring the Weapons Match with a Masadamizer off the apron through a table to advance.

- Tournament of Death, Round 1 : Matt Tremont def. Necro Butcher in a Water Jug Bats & "anything you can swing at your opponent" Death-match with a light-tubes assisted Diving Headbutt to advance.

- Tournament of Death, Round 1 : Jaki Numazawa def. Danny Havoc in a Light-tube Bundles & Pits of Christmas Light Bulbs Death-match with a Piledriver onto tubes to advance.

- Tournament of Death, Round 1 : Masashi Takeda def. Scotty Vortekz in a Thumbtack Kick Pads Tapaei Death-match with a German Suplex through a barbed-wire board to advance.

- Tournament of Death, Semi-Finals : Masada def. Matt Tremont in a Tenzans, Whips and "anything else we can fucking find in the back" Death-match with a chair assisted Crossface to advance to the final.

- Tournament of Death, Semi-Finals : Masashi Takeda def. Jaki Numazawa in a Barbed-wire Boards, Light-tubes & Thumbtacks Death-match with a stiff Forearm Smash and a German Suplex to advance to the final.

- Sami Callihan def. Greg Excellent to earn a future match against DJ Hyde. Ugh. Was originally billed as a 3-Way but DJ Hyde said they would have to wrestle each other instead. Excellent and Callihan were both dressed as Hyde to mock him. Hyde announced Necro Butcher vs. Callihan for 7/9. Callihan smashed a watermelon in Hyde’s face.

- BLK Jeez & Joker def. Devon Moore & Little Mondo in a non-title match. Before the contest even started a drunk fan called Sabian the n-word and a scuffle ensued. Little Mondo did a dive off of one of the ring trucks at one point during the match.

- Masada def. Masashi Takeda in a No Rope Barbed-wire, Light-tubes & Panes of Glass Death-match with a Powerbomb through a flaming pane of glass stacked on cinder blocks to win Tournament of Death X. Masada held his foot down on a still on fire Takeda before pinning him.






DRAGON GATE "KOBE PRO-WRESTLING FESTIVAL 2011", 7/17/2011 (PPV)
Kobe World Hall

- Akira Tozawa vs. Shingo Takagi
- Open the Twin Gate Unified Tag Titles : Dragon Kid & Pac © vs. CIMA & Ricochet
- Open the Triangle Gate Titles : YAMATO, Masato Yoshino & Gamma © vs. Naruki Doi, Yasushi Kanda & Cyber Kong
- Open the Dream Gate Title : Masaaki Mochizuki © vs. BxB Hulk






AJPW, 7/18/2011 (GAORA TV)
Tokyo Korakuen Hall

- Ryota Hama & Yasufumi Nakanoue vs. Yuji Okabayashi & Ryuichi Kawakami
- Manabu Soya vs. Daisuke Sekimoto
- Suwama & Masakatsu Funaki vs. Taiyo Kea & Seiya Sanada



AJPW, 7/31/2011
Aichi Prefectural Gymnasium

- Triple Crown Heavyweight Championship : Suwama © vs. Seiya Sanada





PWG "EIGHT", 7/23/11
American Legion Post #308 - Reseda, CA

- Brian Cage-Taylor & Ryan Taylor vs. Johnny Goodtime & Johnny Yuma
- Brandon Gatson vs. Peter Avalon
- El Generico & Ricochet vs. Alex Shelley & Roderick Strong
- Chris Hero vs. Low Ki
- Kevin Steen vs. Pac
- PWG World Tag Team Titles : Generation Me © vs. Joey Ryan & Scorpio Sky
- PWG World Title : Claudio Castagnoli © vs. Davey Richards


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ROH : "TAG TEAM TURMOIL" results ... 7/8
Richmond Raceway Complex - Richmond, VA

ROH World Champion Davey Richards comes out to the ring for an interview. Richards thanked the fans and partner Eddie Edwards for the great match in NYC. Roderick Strong and Truth Martini interrupt. Micheal Elgin comes out. Then Eddie Edwards. Truth calls for House of Truth to return to the back.

- Tag Team Lottery Contenders Match : Kyle O'Reilly & Adam Cole def. Caprice Coleman & Cedric Alexander when O'Reilly pinned Cedric following Total Elimination. "Great opener".

- Tag Team Lottery Contenders Match : The Bravados def. Jay & Mark Briscoe after WGTT interfere.

- Mike Bennett def. Kenny King via pinfall and handful of tights. Rhett Titus came out and the decision winds up bring reversed. The match is awarded to Kenny King via DQ. Bennett attacks Titus. Jim Cornette gives Bennett an ultimatum to face Titus later or be suspended. He agrees.

The Briscoes come out prior to the World Tag Team Titles match. They are forced to leave by security and are banned from the building by Jim Cornette.

- Shelton Benjamin & Charlie Haas def. El Generico & Colt Cabana when Shelton pinned Colt to retain the ROH World Tag Team Titles (3rd defense). Shelton was sloppy. Shelton apologized post-match for his performance.

- Tag Team Lottery Contenders Match : Kyle O'Reilly & Adam Cole def. The Bravados when O'Reilly used a Guillotine Choke on Harlem. O'Reilly & Cole have earned a future World Tag Team Titles shot.

- Rhett Titus def. Mike Bennett with an Implant DDT. "Very good".

- Davey Richards & Eddie Edwards def. Roderick Strong & Micheal Elgin when Davey used an Ankle Hold on Elgin. "Fantastic". Post-match, Davey promised both Strong and Elgin Word Title matches.




ROH : "NO ESCAPE" results ... 7/9
Metrolina Tradeshow Expo - Charlotte, NC

- Mike Bennett def. Andy "Right Leg" Ridge with a Side Effect.

- Kenny King def. Mark Brisoce via roll-up. Both Jay and Titus were handcuffed ringside.

- Jay Briscoe vs. Rhett Titus ended in a no contest when Jay freed Mark from his handcuffs with bolt cutters. The Briscoes beat down ANX.

- Eddie Edwards & Davey Richards def. Kyle O'Reilly & Adam Cole when Edwards used the Achilles Lock with kicks to head on O'Reilly. Post-match Davey argued with Eddie over the finish. Eddie heads to the back alone. Davey & Cole help O'Reilly out of the ring.

- Caprice Coleman & Cedric Alexander def. Micheal Elgin & Chase Owens when Alexander used a Frog Splash on Owens. Post-match Elgin double powerbombs Owens at the request of Truth Martini.

- Chris Hero def. Colt Cabana with a Running Big Boot.

- Charlie Haas & Shelton Benjamin def. The Bravados in a non-titles match. Post-match a brawl with The Briscoes ensues. Kenny King makes the save.

- El Generico def. Roderick Strong in a Cage Match via Top Turnbuckle iBrainbustaah!.






DRAGON GATE : "KOBE PRO-WRESTLING FESTIVAL 2011" results ... 7/17 (PPV)
Kobe World Hall - 9,400 Fans (Super No Vacancy - Full House)

- Dark Match : Super Shenlong II def. Kotoka (4:01) via Single-Leg Crab.

- Taku Iwasa & Kenichiro Arai def. Junction Three (Super Shisa & KAGETORA) (6:50) when Iwasa used the Noshigami on Shisa.

- Blood Warriors (Ryo Saito & Genki Horiguchi) def. Junction Three (Susumu Yokosuka & Rich Swann) (9:36) when Genki used the Backslide From Hell on Yokosuka.

- Yoshihiro Takayama, Don Fujii & Hollywood Stalker Ichikawa def. Blood Warriors (Naoki Tanizaki, Kzy & Tomahawk T.T) (11:00) when Stalker used a German Suplex Pin on Tomahawk.

- Junction Three (YAMATO, Masato Yoshino & Gamma) def. Blood Warriors (Naruki Doi, Yasushi Kanda & Cyber Kong) (21:26) when Gamma used a Sky Twister Press on Kanda to retain the Open the Triangle Gate Titles (1st defense).

- Akira Tozawa def. Shingo Takagi (16:02) with a Package German Suplex.

- Blood Warriors (CIMA & Ricochet) def. Junction Three (Dragon Kid & Pac) (23:09) when Ricochet used a Double Rotation Moonsault on Pac to win the Open the Twin Gate Unified Tag Titles and become the 17th champions.

- Masaaki Mochizuki def. BxB Hulk (27:58) with a Sankakugeri to retain the Open the Dream Gate Title (3rd defense).






PWG : "EIGHT" results ... 7/23
American Legion Post - Reseda, CA

Davey Richards was hospitalized with a staff infection on the night of the show and was unable to compete in the World Title match.

- Kevin Steen def. Pac via Small Package.

- Brain Cage-Taylor def. Brandon Gatson with a Gory Special into a Flatliner. "Sloppy".

- Alex Shelley & Roderick Strong def. El Generico & Ricochet when Strong used a Suplex into a Backbreaker on Ricochet. Post-match, Generico and Ricochet argue. Ricochet spits on Generico and leaves. "Good stuff".

- Peter Avalon def. Ryan Taylor with a School boy. A mis-communication between Taylor and Cage happened leading to the finish. Post-match, The Fighting Taylor Boys argue and tease a split. "Sloppy match".

- Johnny Goodtime & Johnny Yuma def. Joey Ryan & Scorpio Sky following a Young Bucks intrusion.

- Kevin Steen & CIMA def. The Young Bucks in a non-title match with a Sharpshooter/Meteora combo. "Match of the night thus far". Post-match, Bucks teased returning to TNA. Steen runs them off. CIMA puts over PWG and plugs the LA DGUSA show at Wrestlereunion in January.

- Claudio Castagnoli def. Chris Hero via Horse Collar/Stretch Muffler to retain the PWG World Title (6th defense). Post-match, Kevin Steen comes out with a microphone. Steen says that based on his two wins tonight, PWG has granted him a World Title shot and he wants it now. Claudio declines, then runs back in the ring and clobbers Steen. The match is on.

- Kevin Steen def. Claudio Castagnoli with the Package Piledriver to win the PWG World Title and become the 18th champion (2nd reign). Crowd erupts. "Thank you Steen", "Thank you Claudio", "Kings of Wrestling" chants. Commissioner Excalibur thanks Hero & Castagnoli personally in the ring for "all their effort and time in PWG".






NOAH "GREAT VOYAGE 2011 IN OSAKA" results ... 7/23 (G+)
Osaka Prefectural Gymnasium - 4,800 Fans (No Vacancy)

- Yoshinari Ogawa def. Akira Taue (4:22) with an Inside Cradle.

- Eddie Edwards , Delirious & Zack Sabre Jr. def. Jack Evans , Aero Star & Genba Hirayanagi (6:21) when Eddie used the Die Hard on Hirayanagi.

- Mohammed Yone, Shuhei Taniguchi & Masao Inoue def. Takuma Sano, Masashi Aoyagi & Ryuji Hijikata (9:28) when Yone used a Muscle Buster on Aoyagi.

- NTV Cup Jr. Heavyweight Tag League, Block B : Atsushi Kotoge & Daisuke Harada [2] def. Ricky Marvin & Rocky Marvin [0] (13:45) when Harada used a Katayama German Suplex on Ricky.

- NTV Cup Jr. Heavyweight Tag League, Block A: KENTA & Yoshinobu Kanemaru [4] def. Tatsuhito Takaiwa & Osamu Namiguchi [2] (15:09) when KENTA used the Go 2 Sleep on Namiguchi.

- NTV Cup Jr. Heavyweight Tag League, Block B : Katsuhiko Nakajima & Satoshi Kajiwara [4] def. Kotaro Suzuki & Atsushi Aoki [4] (18:50) when Nakajima used a Cross-Arm German Suplex on Suzuki.

- Takashi Sugiura vs. Kensuke Sasaki ends in a double KO (19:17).

- Giant Bernard & Karl Anderson def. Takeshi Morishima & Yutaka Yoshie (16:27) when Bernard pinned Yoshie following the Magic Killer to retain the GHC Tag Team Titles (1st defense).

- Kobashi Return Match : Jun Akiyama & Akitoshi Saito def. Kenta Kobashi & Go Shiozaki (28:09) when Akiyama used a Modified Sternness Dust on Kobashi.




NOAH : "5TH NTV G+ CUP JR. HEAVYWEIGHT TAG LEAGUE" results ... 7/24
Ehime Item - 1,800 Fans (Super No Vacancy)

- Mohammed Yone def. Rocky Marvin (8:02) with a Muscle Buster.

- Takuma Sano def. Ricky Marvin (7:32) with a Northern Lights Bomb.

- Akitoshi Saito & Akira Taue def. Yoshinari Ogawa & Masao Inoue (12:48) when Saito used the Sickle of Death on Inoue.

- Takashi Sugiura & Takeshi Morishima def. Jun Akiyama & Atsushi Aoki (13:51) when Sugiura used a Olympic Slam on Aoki.

- NTV G+ Cup Jr. Heavyweight Tag League, Block A : Zack Sabre Jr. & Taishi Takizawa [4] def. Jack Evans & Aero Star [2] (13:39) when Sabre used a Cross Armbreaker on Star.

- NTV G+ Cup Jr. Heavyweight Tag League, Block B : Atsushi Kotoge & Daisuke Harada [4] def. Eddie Edwards & Delirious [2] (20:31) when Kotoge used a Gannosuke Clutch on Delirious.

- Go Shiozaki, Shuhei Taniguchi & Kotaro Suzuki def. KENTA, Yoshinobu Kanemaru & Genba Hirayanagi (19:01) when Taniguchi used a German Suplex Hold on Hirayanagi.



NTV Cup Jr. Heavyweight Tag League Standings :

Block A :
Kenou & Kenbai [4]
KENTA & Yoshinobu Kanemaru [4]
Taishi Takizawa & Zack Sabre Jr. [4]
Tatsuhito Takaiwa & Osamu Namiguchi [2]
Jack Evans & Aero Star [2]

Block B :
Katsuhiko Nakajima & Satoshi Kajiwara [4]
Kotaro Suzuki & Atsushi Aoki [4]
Atsushi Kotoge & Daisuke Harada [4]
Eddie Edwards & Delirious [2]
Ricky Marvin & Rocky Marvin [0]
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PostSubject: Re: The Official HYBRID GLADSTONE Memorial Indy & Puro Results Thread   Mon Jul 25, 2011 5:51 pm



NJPW, 8/1/2011 (PPV)
Fukuoka International Center

- G1 Climax, Block B : Wataru Inoue vs. La Sombra
- G1 Climax, Block A : Giant Bernard vs. Hideo Saito
- G1 Climax, Block A : Toru Yano vs. Yoshihiro Takayama
- G1 Climax, Block B : Hirooki Goto vs. Hiroyoshi Tenzan
- IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Title : Kota Ibushi © vs. Ryusuke Taguchi
- G1 Climax, Block A : Tetsuya Naito vs. Yujiro Takahashi
- G1 Climax, Block A : Togi Makabe vs. Lance Archer
- G1 Climax, Block B : Satoshi Kojima vs. Minoru Suzuki
- G1 Climax, Block B : Shinsuke Nakamura vs. MVP
- G1 Climax, Block A : Hiroshi Tanahashi vs. Yuji Nagata



NJPW, 8/2/2011 (Samurai! TV)
Fukuoka International Center

- G1 Climax, Block B : Karl Anderson vs. La Sombra
- G1 Climax, Block A : Lance Archer vs. Hideo Saito
- G1 Climax, Block B : Wataru Inoue vs. Strong Man
- G1 Climax, Block A : Giant Bernard vs. Yujiro Takahashi
- Hirooki Goto, Jushin Thunder Liger & Ryusuke Taguchi vs. Tomohiro Ishii, Jadoh & Gedoh
- G1 Climax, Block A : Yuji Nagata vs. Tetsuya Naito
- G1 Climax, Block B : MVP vs. Minoru Suzuki
- G1 Climax, Block A : Togi Makabe vs. Toru Yano
- G1 Climax, Block B : Satoshi Kojima vs. Shinsuke Nakamura
- G1 Climax, Block A : Hiroshi Tanahashi vs. Yoshihiro Takayama



NJPW, 8/5/2011 (Samurai! TV)
Tokyo Korakuen Hall

- G1 Climax, Block B : Strong Man vs. La Sombra
- G1 Climax, Block A : Yujiro Takahashi vs. Hideo Saito
- G1 Climax, Block B : Wataru Inoue vs. MVP
- G1 Climax, Block B : Karl Anderson vs. Minoru Suzuki
- G1 Climax, Block A : Giant Bernard vs. Lance Archer
- G1 Climax, Block A : Yuji Nagata vs. Toru Yano
- G1 Climax, Block B : Hiroyoshi Tenzan vs. Shinsuke Nakamura
- G1 Climax, Block A : Togi Makabe vs. Tetsuya Naito
- G1 Climax, Block B : Hirooki Goto vs. Satoshi Kojima



NJPW, 8/6/2011 (J Sports)
Aichi Prefectural Gymnasium

- G1 Climax, Block B: Hirooki Goto vs. La Sombra
- G1 Climax, Block B : Karl Anderson vs. Strong Man
- G1 Climax, Block A : Yuji Nagata vs. Yujiro Takahashi
- G1 Climax, Block B : Wataru Inoue vs. Shinsuke Nakamura
- Satoshi Kojima & MVP vs. TAKA Michinoku & Taich
- G1 Climax, Block A : Togi Makabe vs. Hideo Saito
- G1 Climax, Block B : Hiroyoshi Tenzan vs. Minoru Suzuki
- G1 Climax, Block A : Tetsuya Naito vs. Toru Yano
- G1 Climax, Block A : Giant Bernard vs. Yoshihiro Takayama
- G1 Climax, Block A : Hiroshi Tanahashi vs. Lance Archer



NJPW, 8/7/2011 (J Sports)
Osaka Prefectural Gymnasium

- G1 Climax, Block A : Hideo Saito vs. Yoshihiro Takayama
- G1 Climax, Block A : Toru Yano vs. Yujiro Takahashi
- G1 Climax, Block B : Hiroyoshi Tenzan vs. Wataru Inoue
- G1 Climax, Block B : La Sombra CMLL vs. Minoru Suzuki
- Tetsuya Naito & Tomoaki Honma vs. Lance Archer & TAKA Michinoku
- G1 Climax, Block B : Strong Man vs. Shinsuke Nakamura
- G1 Climax, Block B : Hirooki Goto vs. Karl Anderson
- G1 Climax, Block A : Yuji Nagata vs. Giant Bernard
- G1 Climax, Block B : Satoshi Kojima vs. MVP
- G1 Climax, Block A : Hiroshi Tanahashi vs. Togi Makabe



NJPW, 8/8/2011 (J Sports)
Yokohama Bunka Gymnasium

- G1 Climax, Block B : Wataru Inoue vs. Karl Anderson
- G1 Climax, Block B : Satoshi Kojima vs. Strong Man
- G1 Climax, Block A : Yujiro Takahashi vs. Yoshihiro Takayama
- G1 Climax, Block A : Tetsuya Naito vs. Lance Archer
- G1 Climax, Block B : Hiroyoshi Tenzan vs. MVP
- G1 Climax, Block B : La Sombra vs. Shinsuke Nakamura
- G1 Climax, Block A : Hiroshi Tanahashi vs. Hideo Saito
- G1 Climax, Block B : Hirooki Goto vs. Minoru Suzuki
- G1 Climax, Block A : Togi Makabe vs. Yuji Nagata



NJPW, 8/10/2011 (Samurai! TV)
Yoyogi National Stadium Gymnasium #2

- G1 Climax, Block A : Yujiro Takahashi vs. Lance Archer
- G1 Climax, Block A : Toru Yano vs. Hideo Saito
- G1 Climax, Block B : Satoshi Kojima vs. La Sombra
- G1 Climax - Block B : Hiroyoshi Tenzan vs. Strong Man
- G1 Climax - Block B : Wataru Inoue vs. Minoru Suzuki
- G1 Climax - Block B : Karl Anderson vs. Shinsuke Nakamura
- G1 Climax - Block B : Hirooki Goto vs. MVP
- G1 Climax - Block A : Tetsuya Naito vs. Yoshihiro Takayama
- G1 Climax - Block A : Hiroshi Tanahashi vs. Giant Bernard



NJPW, 8/11/2011 (Samurai! TV)
Yoyogi National Stadium Gymnasium #2

- G1 Climax, Block A : Tetsuya Naito vs. Hideo Saito
- G1 Climax - Block B : Hiroyoshi Tenzan vs. La Sombra
- G1 Climax - Block B : Hirooki Goto vs. Wataru Inoue
- G1 Climax - Block A : Toru Yano vs. Lance Archer
- G1 Climax - Block B : MVP vs. Strong Man
- G1 Climax - Block B : Karl Anderson vs. Satoshi Kojima
- G1 Climax - Block A : Togi Makabe vs. Giant Bernard
- G1 Climax - Block A : Hiroshi Tanahashi vs. Yujiro Takahashi
- G1 Climax - Block A : Yuji Nagata vs. Yoshihiro Takayama



NJPW, 8/13/2011 (Samurai! TV)
Tokyo Korakuen Hall

- G1 Climax, Block B : MVP vs. La Sombra
- G1 Climax - Block B : Wataru Inoue vs. Satoshi Kojima
- G1 Climax - Block B : Hiroyoshi Tenzan vs. Karl Anderson
- G1 Climax - Block A : Yuji Nagata vs. Lance Archer
- G1 Climax - Block B : Strong Man vs. Minoru Suzuki
- G1 Climax - Block A : Tetsuya Naito vs. Giant Bernard
- G1 Climax - Block A : Togi Makabe vs. Yoshihiro Takayama
- G1 Climax - Block B : Hirooki Goto vs. Shinsuke Nakamura
- G1 Climax - Block A : Hiroshi Tanahashi vs. Toru Yano



NJPW, 8/14/2011 (PPV)
Tokyo Ryogoku Kokugikan

- G1 Climax - Block A : Lance Archer vs. Yoshihiro Takayama
- G1 Climax - Block A : Giant Bernard vs. Toru Yano
- G1 Climax - Block A : Yuji Nagata vs. Hideo Saito
- G1 Climax - Block A : Togi Makabe vs. Yujiro Takahashi
- G1 Climax - Block A : Hiroshi Tanahashi vs. Tetsuya Naito
- G1 Climax - Block B : Karl Anderson vs. MVP
- G1 Climax - Block B : Hirooki Goto vs. Strong Man
- G1 Climax - Block B : Hiroyoshi Tenzan vs. Satoshi Kojima
- G1 Climax - Block B : Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Minoru Suzuki
- IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Tag Team Titles : Prince Devitt & Ryusuke Taguchi © vs. Kota Ibushi & Kenny Omega
- G1 Climax Final :






NOAH "PRO-WRESTLING NOAH ANNIVERSARY", 8/6/2011 (Samurai! TV)
Tokyo Differ Ariake

- Yoshinari Ogawa vs. Zack Sabre Jr.
- Akira Taue & Kentaro Shiga vs. Masao Inoue & Ricky Marvin
- Takuma Sano vs. Ryuji Hijikata
- Takeshi Morishima vs. Akitoshi Saito
- Kenta Kobashi & Shuhei Taniguchi vs. Takashi Sugiura & Mohammed Yone
- Kotaro Suzuki, Atsushi Aoki & Taiji Ishimori vs. KENTA, Yoshinobu Kanemaru & Genba Hirayanagi
- GHC Heavyweight Title : Go Shiozaki © vs. Jun Akiyama






ROH, 8/13/2011
Frontier Fieldhouse - Chicago Ridge, IL

- Eddie Edwards vs. Michael Elgin
- ROH World Television Title : El Generico © vs. Jay Lethal
- ROH World Tag Team Titles : Charlie Haas & Shelton Benjamin © vs. Chris Hero & Claudio Castagnoli
- ROH World Title : Davey Richards © vs. Roderick Strong






PWG "BATTLE OF LOS ANGELES 2011", 8/20/2011
American Legion Post #308 - Reseda, CA

- BOLA, Round 1 : Chris Hero vs. Willie Mack
- BOLA, Round 1 : Claudio Castagnoli vs. El Generico
- BOLA, Round 1 : Roderick Strong vs. Eddie Edwards
- BOLA, Round 1 : Kevin Steen vs. Fit Finlay
- BOLA, Semi-Finals : Winner of Hero/Mack vs. Winner of Claudio/Generico
- BOLA, Semi-Finals : Winner of Strong/Edwards vs. Winner of Steen/Finlay
- BOLA Final :






NJPW/AJPW/NOAH "ALL TOGETHER", 8/27/2011 (PPV)
Tokyo Nippon Budokan


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PostSubject: Re: The Official HYBRID GLADSTONE Memorial Indy & Puro Results Thread   Tue Aug 02, 2011 12:34 am





NJPW, 8/1/11 (WPW/PPV)
Fukuoka International Center
4,500 Fans

1. G1 Climax – Block B: La Sombra [2] beat Wataru Inoue [0] (8:41) with a swan dive Firebird splash.
2. G1 Climax – Block A: Giant Bernard [2] beat Hideo Saito [0] (9:47) with the Bernard Driver.
3. G1 Climax – Block A: Yoshihiro Takayama [2] beat Toru Yano [0] (6:29) with an Everest German suplex hold.
4. G1 Climax – Block B: Hirooki Goto [2] beat Hiroyoshi Tenzan [0] (10:37) with the Goto Shiki.
5. IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Title: Kota Ibushi (c) beat Ryusuke Taguchi (16:10) with a Phoenix splash (2nd defense).
6. G1 Climax – Block A: Yujiro Takahashi [2] beat Tetsuya Naito [0] (10:52) with the Tokyo Pimps.
7. G1 Climax – Block A: Lance Archer [2] beat Togi Makabe [0] (8:18) with the Final Days.
8. G1 Climax – Block B: Satoshi Kojima [2] beat Minoru Suzuki [0] (12:40) with a lariat.
9. G1 Climax – Block B: MVP [2] beat Shinsuke Nakamura [0] (12:02) with the Irreversible Crisis.
10. G1 Climax – Block A: Yuji Nagata [2] beat Hiroshi Tanahashi [0] (18:19) with a backdrop hold.

* Revenge for Nagata over Tanahashi in today’s main event after his failed IWGP Heavyweight Title challenge in April, the New Japan Cup winner getting off to the best possible start.
* MVP unleashed his new Irreversible Crisis finisher to upset Nakamura in the semi final, meaning the top two stars of New Japan both lost in the main matches on day one.
* Kojima also earned some sweet revenge, beating Suzuki after recently losing to him in Sapporo.
* The Battle of NO LIMIT continued yet Naito’s excursion overseas didn’t make a difference in the outcome as he again fell to Yujiro, who went 2-0 over the man he betrayed to end NO LIMIT.
* 2008 G1 winner Hirooki Goto got off to a strong start, defeating 2003, 2004, and 2006 G1 winner Tenzan today.
* Hideo Saito suffered his first direct loss since returning to Japan, falling to the Bernard Driver. Saito/Hirasawa reverted to his plain black trunks look but was still wild and crazy acting.
* Kota Ibushi made a successful V2 defense of his IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Title over the other half of Apollo 55, Ryusuke Taguchi, winning an exciting match to ensure the belt remains in DDT custody.
* New Japan announced “DESTRUCTION ’11″ for 10/10/11 at Sumo Hall and revealed that CMLL World Heavyweight Champion and CMLL World Tag Team Champion, Ultimo Guerrero, will appear.

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Block A:
1. Yuji Nagata [2]
- Giant Bernard [2]
- Yujiro Takahashi [2]
- Lance Archer [2]
- Yoshihiro Takayama [2]
6. Hiroshi Tanahashi [0]
- Togi Makabe [0]
- Tetsuya Naito [0]
- Toru Yano [0]
- Hideo Saito [0]

Block B:
1. Hirooki Goto [2]
- Satoshi Kojima [2]
- MVP [2]
- La Sombra [2]
5. Hiroyoshi Tenzan [0]
- Wataru Inoue [0]
- Karl Anderson [0]
- Shinsuke Nakamura [0]
- Minoru Suzuki [0]
- Strong Man [0]
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PostSubject: Re: The Official HYBRID GLADSTONE Memorial Indy & Puro Results Thread   Mon Aug 15, 2011 6:09 pm

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NJPW, 8/14/11 (WPW/PPV)
Tokyo Ryogoku Kokugikan
11,500 Fans – Super No Vacancy Full House

1. G1 Climax – Block A: Hideo Saito [2] beat Yuji Nagata [10] (4:29) with the Caribbean Death Grip.
2. G1 Climax – Block A: Giant Bernard [10] beat Toru Yano [10] (7:29) with the Bernard Driver.
3. G1 Climax – Block A: Lance Archer [8] beat Yoshihiro Takayama [10] (7:19) with the Dark Days.
4. G1 Climax – Block A: Yujiro Takahashi [6] beat Togi Makabe [10] (8:37) with the Tokyo Pimps.
5. G1 Climax – Block A: Tetsuya Naito [12] beat Hiroshi Tanahashi [12] (5:11) with the Polvo de Estrellas.
6. G1 Climax – Block B: Strong Man [4] beat Hirooki Goto [12] (7:27) with a Blockbuster.
7. G1 Climax – Block B: Karl Anderson [8] beat MVP [12] (8:30) with the Gun Stun.
8. G1 Climax – Block B: Hiroyoshi Tenzan [8] beat Satoshi Kojima [12] (14:10) with the TTD.
9. G1 Climax – Block B: Shinsuke Nakamura [14] beat Minoru Suzuki [12] (12:13) with the Boma Ye.
10. IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Tag Team Title: Prince Devitt & Ryusuke Taguchi (c) beat Kota Ibushi & Kenny Omega (15:01) when Devitt pinned Omega after the Black Sunday (6th defense).
11. G1 Climax – Final: Shinsuke Nakamura beat Tetsuya Naito (20:19) with the Boma Ye.

* Shinsuke Nakamura again rampaged through the G1 Climax group stage. Only this time he didn’t stumble at the final hurdle as he ended his wait of winning the prestigious G1 Climax at last! Nakamura faced an unlikely opponent in the final, the tournament’s young comeback king Tetsuya Naito, who scored a massive upset over Tanahashi earlier in the day to win Block B after other results made this match a playoff for the final. Nakamura fought much later in the show so even had he lost the final could have claimed tiredness, as he sunk Minoru Suzuki with his TTD after a string of upsets, including Tenzan showing signs of his old self by beating Kojima, also made this a playoff for the final. Nakamura then went on to win a memorable final in which Naito moved to another level in New Japan, one final Boma Ye ending Naito’s dreams of the G1. Nakamura becomes number one contender for the IWGP Heavyweight Title, a showdown with his eternal rival Tanahashi on the horizon.
* After having both suffered defeats to IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Champion, Kota Ibushi, lately, Devitt and Taguchi scored a little revenge today as Apollo 55 made a successful V6 defense of their IWGP Jr. Tag Team Title over the Golden Lovers, with whom their long-running rivalry continues.

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Final standings.

Block A:
1. Tetsuya Naito [12]
2. Hiroshi Tanahashi [12]
3. Togi Makabe [10]
- Yuji Nagata [10]
- Toru Yano [10]
- Giant Bernard [10]
- Yoshihiro Takayama [10]
8. Lance Archer [8]
9. Yujiro Takahashi [6]
10. Hideo Saito [2]

Block B:
1. Shinsuke Nakamura [14]
2. Hirooki Goto [12]
- Satoshi Kojima [12]
- MVP [12]
- Minoru Suzuki [12]
6. Karl Anderson [8]
7. Hiroyoshi Tenzan [8]
8. La Sombra [4]
9. Wataru Inoue [4]
10. Strong Man [4]

Hiroshi Tanahashi will make his V7 defense of the IWGP Heavyweight Title against 2011 G1 Climax winner Shinsuke Nakamura at Kobe World Hall on 9/19. This battle of eternal rivals promises to be one of the biggest between them yet as Nakamura looks to end Tanahashi’s nine month reign as champion. Also announced was Kota Ibushi’s V3 defense of the IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Title against KUSHIDA. Kojima picked up a right eye injury in yesterday’s match with Tenzan and is a doubt for the tour.

Also announced today was another excursion to CMLL in Mexico for the living legend Jushin Thunder Liger. He will leave after the 9/11 Korakuen show and his return date is undecided, suggesting he could be there for a while. Koji Kanemoto, a part-timer in New Japan these days despite being under contract, will also be missing as he competes in All Japan’s Jr. Heavyweight League from 9/11 to 9/25.

NJPW “KANTARO HOSHINO MEMORIAL SHOW”, 9/19/11 (WPW/PPV)
Kobe World Hall

1. IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Title: Kota Ibushi (c) vs. KUSHIDA
1. IWGP Heavyweight Title: Hiroshi Tanahashi (c) vs. Shinsuke Nakamura
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PostSubject: Re: The Official HYBRID GLADSTONE Memorial Indy & Puro Results Thread   Sun Aug 21, 2011 8:35 pm

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AJPW 2011 Junior League



The 6th annual AJPW Junior Heavyweight League is gearing up for it's start date of September 11th (ends September 24th) and it's looking pretty awesome. Both A and B blocks have been announced as well as the match schedule and here they are!


Block A:
KAI, Kaz Hayashi, Minoru, BUSHI, BLACK BUSHI, Kenny Omega

Block B:
Shuji Kondo, Hiroshi Yamato, MAZADA, Jimmy Yang, Koji Kanemoto, Hikaru Sato

Schedule:
2011 Junior Heavyweight League “Season Opener”, 9/11/2011 ~ Korakuen Hall, Tokyo
B Block: Shuji Kondo vs. Koji Kanemoto
A Block: Kaz Hayashi vs. Minoru~
~A Block: KAI vs. Kenny Omega~

2011 Junior Heavyweight League, 9/14/2011 ~ Nishikan, Niigata
B Block: Jimmy Yang vs. Hikaru Sato
B Block: Hiroshi Yamato vs. MAZADA
A Block: Kaz Hayashi vs. BLACK BUSHI

2011 Junior Heavyweight League “Earthquake Relief”, 9/15/2011 ~ Aizuwakamatsu City Gymnasium, Fukushima
B Block: Shuji Kondo vs. Hiroshi Yamato
A Block: Minoru vs. BLACK BUSHI
A Block: KAI vs. BUSHI

2011 Junior Heavyweight League, 9/17/2011 ~ Tatebayashi Civic Gymnasium, Gunma
B Block: MAZADA vs. Hikaru Sato
B Block: Jimmy Yang vs. Koji Kanemoto
A Block: Kaz Hayashi vs. Kenny Omega

2011 Junior Heavyweight League, 9/18/2011 ~ Shigakogen Assembly Hall, Nagano
B Block: MAZADA vs. Koji Kanemoto
B Block: Shuji Kondo vs. Jimmy Yang
A Block: BUSHI vs. Kenny Omega

2011 Junior Heavyweight League, 9/19/2011 ~ Korakuen Hall, Tokyo
B Block: Hiroshi Yamato vs. Hikaru Sato
A Block: BUSHI vs. BLACK BUSHI
A Block: Minoru vs. Kenny Omega

2011 Junior Heavyweight League, 9/23/2011 ~ Eterna Takasaki, Gunma
B Block: Koji Kanemoto vs. Hikaru Sato
B Block: MAZADA vs. Jimmy Yang
A Block: KAI vs. Minoru

2011 Junior Heavyweight League, 9/24/2011 ~ Sanjo Welfare Hall, Niigata
B Block: Hiroshi Yamato vs. Jimmy Yang
B Block: Shuji Kondo vs. MAZADA
A Block: BLACK BUSHI vs. Kenny Omega
A Block: Minoru vs. BUSHI

2011 Junior Heavyweight League “Final Round”, 9/25/2011 ~ Ishikawa Industrial Exhibition Hall, Ishikawa
B Block: Hiroshi Yamato vs. Koji Kanemoto
B Block: Shuji Kondo vs. Hikaru Sato
A Block: Kaz Hayashi vs. BUSHI
A Block: KAI vs. BLACK BUSHI
[Final] Winner of A Block vs. Winner of B Block:
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PostSubject: Re: The Official HYBRID GLADSTONE Memorial Indy & Puro Results Thread   Thu Sep 01, 2011 1:38 am

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NJPW “NAGATA PRODUCE ~ BLUE JUSTICE.3″, 8/30/11 (Samurai! TV)
Tokyo Korakuen Hall
1,600 Fans

1. Hiromu Takahashi beat Kyosuke Mikami (7:42) with a Fisherman’s suplex hold.
2. Wataru Inoue & King Fale beat Hideo Saito & Gedo (10:37) when Inoue used the Spear of Justice on Gedo.
3. Prince Devitt & Ryusuke Taguchi beat Jushin Thunder Liger & Tiger Mask (12:55) when Taguchi used the Dodon on Liger.
4. Hiroyoshi Tenzan beat Tomoaki Honma (11:55) with the Anaconda Vice.
5. Minoru Suzuki & Taichi beat Togi Makabe & KUSHIDA (14:44) when Taichi pinned KUSHIDA after Suzuki used a sleeper hold.
6. Tama Tonga Return Match: Hirooki Goto, Tetsuya Naito & Tama Tonga beat Takashi Iizuka, Yujiro Takahashi & Tomohiro Ishii (16:36) when Naito used a Stardust press on Ishii.
7. Special Tag Match: Yuji Nagata & Jun Akiyama beat Shinsuke Nakamura & Toru Yano (15:52) when Nagata used a Dai*Nakanishi backdrop hold on Yano.
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PostSubject: Re: The Official HYBRID GLADSTONE Memorial Indy & Puro Results Thread   Sun Oct 23, 2011 3:50 am

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1. TAKA Michinoku beat Kyosuke Mikami (7:35) with the Just Facelock.
2. Tiger Mask & KUSHIDA beat Ryusuke Taguchi & Hiromu Takahashi (11:51) when KUSHIDA used the 9469 on Takahashi.
3. G1 Tag League – Block B: Tomohiro Ishii & Don Fujii [2] beat Takashi Iizuka & Hideo Saito [0] (10:17) when Iizuka was DQ’d.
4. G1 Tag League – Block A: Masato Tanaka & Yujiro Takahashi [2] beat Yuji Nagata & King Fale [0] (11:49) when Takahashi used the Tokyo Pimps on Fale.
5. G1 Tag League – Block A: Tetsuya Naito & Tomoaki Honma [2] beat Strong Man & Tama Tonga [0] (11:56) when Naito used a Stardust press on Tonga.
6. G1 Tag League – Block A: Giant Bernard & Karl Anderson [2] beat Minoru Suzuki & Lance Archer [0] (11:50) when Bernard used the Bernard Driver on Archer.
7. G1 Tag League – Block B: Togi Makabe & Satoshi Kojima [2] beat Hiroyoshi Tenzan & Wataru Inoue [0] (14:20) when Kojima used a lariat on Inoue.
8. G1 Tag League – Block B: Shinsuke Nakamura & Toru Yano [2] beat Hiroshi Tanahashi & Hirooki Goto [0] (16:56) when Yano used the Akakiri on Tanahashi.

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Block A:
1. Tetsuya Naito & Tomoaki Honma [2]
- Giant Bernard & Karl Anderson [2]
- Masato Tanaka & Yujiro Takahashi [2]
4. Yuji Nagata & King Fale [0]
- Minoru Suzuki & Lance Archer [0]
- Strong Man & Tama Tonga [0]

Block B:
1. Shinsuke Nakamura & Toru Yano [2]
- Satoshi Kojima & Togi Makabe [2]
- Tomohiro Ishii & Don Fujii [2]
4. Hiroshi Tanahashi & Hirooki Goto [0]
- Hiroyoshi Tenzan & Wataru Inoue [0]
- Takashi Iizuka & Hideo Saito [0]
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