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April 9th, 2011, 12:34 AM
I've seen some stuff on youtube and wow, love it. Anyone have any reccs on what I should 'git? Something funny, quirky, I can show my girlfriend who loves stuff like the Human Tornado and stuff from CHIKARA and PWG. Besides that, who follows it?

April 9th, 2011, 12:44 AM
DDT, theoretically.

August 16th, 2011, 3:55 AM

Here is DDT’s latest crazy idea: Apartment Pro Wrestling. On 24th August an apartment somewhere in Tokyo will be the location for a DDT wrestling match. No names or detailed location has been mentioned yet. That’s not all, a contest for fans will be held during the Beer Fight DDT Day show with the prize being a ticket to see the show inside the apartment. Only ten tickets will be given out and no more will be available at all after that. So yeah, some poor sod is going to have people like Kota Ibushi and Danshoku Dino come over to his place and wreck the gaff.

August 16th, 2011, 8:31 AM
:rofl: I love this fucking promotion.

August 16th, 2011, 9:11 AM

August 16th, 2011, 11:10 AM
I've seen some stuff on youtube and wow, love it. Anyone have any reccs on what I should 'git? Something funny, quirky, I can show my girlfriend who loves stuff like the Human Tornado and stuff from CHIKARA and PWG. Besides that, who follows it?

You wanted funny and quirky? You get Kota Ibushi defending the KO-D Openweight championship against...a blow-up doll.

This really did happen. It was awesome. (http://www.megaupload.com/?d=U5OIAM29)

August 16th, 2011, 11:23 AM
Dude, show him the invisible wrestler. And the ladder. And the washing machine. And the children.


August 16th, 2011, 11:28 AM
Now, now, Cewsh; we must break in the newbie gently. Yes, gently...:muahaha:

EDIT: Alternatively, I can show him CAMPSITE WRESTLING!!! INCLUDED: FIREWORKS, SPLASHES, AND IRISH WHIPS. NOT INCLUDED: SANITY. (http://www.megaupload.com/?d=H74MEO8S)

August 16th, 2011, 11:40 AM
Or Bob Sapp wrestling a gay rules match.

August 16th, 2011, 11:43 AM
Hey now, you and Vice are reviewing that shit, bro.

August 16th, 2011, 11:45 AM
Fucking right we are. :D

August 26th, 2011, 2:35 AM
DDT Dramatic Fantasia 338

DDT/Tsurumi Amon Produce "FIGHT BEER GARDEN 2011", 08.12.11
Shin-Kiba 1st RING
525 Fans - Super No Vacancy

1. Ghost Story New-WCW Bag Death Match: Antonio Honda & Chou-un Shiryu vs. Danshoku Dino & Yasu Urano
2. Halloween Havoc Electric Chair Match: Antonio Honda, Daisuke Sasaki, Yasu Urano, Chou-un Shiryu, Danshoku Dino, Ryan Genesis,Tangoman & Big Morohashi



August 28th, 2011, 8:36 PM
DDT "MEMORIES OF SUMMER VACATION 2011", 28.08.2011 (Samurai! TV)
Tokyo Korakuen Hall
1,542 Fans - Super No Vacancy

1. Poison Sawada JULIE & Antonio Honda besiegen MIKAMI & Daisuke Sasaki (11:16) nach einem Pirates A GOGO von Sawada gegen Sasaki.
2. Iron Man Heavy Metal Title, Battle Royal: Michael Nakazawa besiegt Gorgeous Matsuno (c) mit einem Inside Cradle - Titelwechsel (0:07). Yasu Urano besiegt Michael Nakazawa (c) durch Toiletten-Tunken - Titelwechsel (0:21). Gorgeous Matsuno besiegt Yasu Urano (c) mit einem La Magistral - Titelwechsel (9:59).
- Iron Man Heavy Metal Title: DJ Nira besiegt Gorgeous Matsuno (c) (12:34 Uhr) mit einem Rocket Punch - Titelwechsel.
- Iron Man Heavy Metal Title: Michael Nakazawa besiegt DJ Nira (c) (12:35 Uhr) mit einem Inside Cradle - Titelwechsel.
3. Takao Soma besiegt Akito (7:50) mit einem Diving Guillotine Drop.
4. Makoto Oishi, Hoshitango & Kazuki Hirata besiegen HARASHIMA, HERO! & Darkside HERO! (12:13) nach einem Sliding Kick von Hirata gegen HARASHIMA.
5. Minoru Suzuki besiegt Hikaru Sato (11:58) mit einem Gotch-Style Piledriver.
6. KO-D Tag Team Title: Kota Ibushi & Danshoku Dino besiegen Daisuke Sekimoto & Masa Takanashi (c) (14:05) nach einem La Magistral von Dino gegen Takanashi - Titelwechsel.
7. KO-D Openweight Title: KUDO (c) besiegt Keisuke Ishii (23:42) mit einem Diving Double Kneedrop (1st defense).
- Iron Man Heavy Metal Title: Gorgeous Matsuno besiegt Michael Nakazawa (c) (15:06 Uhr) mit einem Schoolboy - Titelwechsel.

August 29th, 2011, 10:40 AM
Dude, show him the invisible wrestler. And the ladder. And the washing machine. And the children.


I have seen the ladder and ladder vs table, and I've seen the invisible wrestler, but can't find the washing machine or children on YouTube>?

August 29th, 2011, 10:51 AM
They're out there, but while I was looking for them, I got distracted by this.

The Top Ten Moves of Yoshihiko - YouTube

Best wrestler ali...err...in the world.

August 29th, 2011, 12:59 PM
It was a copy machine, not a washing machine.



September 22nd, 2011, 5:50 PM





September 23rd, 2011, 11:20 PM

December 1st, 2011, 11:54 PM
This is a little old, but how many years did Kenny Omega take off his career with this bit?

Endless Infinity Destroyer - YouTube

December 12th, 2011, 9:35 AM
Not nearly enough.

Anyway, DDT I think wins angle of the year for this bit:

Hiroshi Fukuda (of Union) announced that he will face TV personality and former HUSTLE wrestler RG at Union’s 3rd January Korakuen Hall event. Rumi Kazama used her connections to find a famous name for the young lion to fight so Fukuda would himself become famous for beating up a celebrity. Rumi ended up choosing RG because he has over 42,000 followers on Twitter. Fukuda said he believes the number of Twitter followers a person has is like the Power Levels in Dragon Ball Z, so by his logic RG must be very powerful. Fukuda meanwhile, only has 548 followers. It does not sound good for the rookie but there is hope for him yet. Fukuda has challenged RG to put his amount of followers on the line in a winner takes all battle! No word yet on whether or not RG has accepted the stipulation.

December 12th, 2011, 10:08 AM
That is hilarious DDT.

It's over 9000!

January 29th, 2012, 12:51 PM
New Champion of DDT


DDT “SWEET DREAMS! 2012”, 29/01/2012
Tokyo Korakuen Hall
1,388 Fans – Super No Vacancy

0. Dark Match: DJ Nira & Shota defeated Gorgeous Matsuno & Rion Mizuki when Shota pinned Mizuki with an Inside Cradle (7:41).
1. Sanshiro Takagi & Takao Soma defeated Tomomitsu Matsunaga & Hoshitango when Takagi pinned Matsunaga with the Sit Down Himawari Bomb (6:46).
2. 3 Way Tag Match: Masa Takanashi & Daisuke Sasaki defeated Hikaru Sato & Michael Nakazawa and Shigehiro Irie & Poison JULIE Sawada (7:32).
2a. Shigehiro Irie & Poison JULIE Sawada eliminated Hikaru Sato & Michael Nakazawa when Irie pinned Nakazawa with the Teddy Bear (4:07).
2b. Masa Takanashi & Daisuke Sasaki eliminated Shigehiro Irie & Poison JULIE Sawada when Takanashi pinned Sawada with a Jackknife Hold (7:32).
3. Rock & Roll Death Match: Yasu Urano, A.YAZAWA & Keita Yano defeated Makoto Oishi, Akito & Hiroshi Fukuda (w/ Hikari Minami) when YAZAWA pinned Fukuda with a Super Kick (14:12).
4. Yuji Hino defeated Keisuke Ishii with the Fuckin’ Bomb (10:46).
5. Kenny Omega defeated HARASHIMA with the One-Winged Angel (21:09).
6. KO-D Openweight Title: Danshoku Dino defeated KUDO (c) with the Danshoku Tornado (15:37).
*KUDO fails in V6. Danshoku Dino becomes the 38th KO-D Openweight Champion!

It took him just over 6 years to finally get the sweet, sweet taste triumph again. Danshoku Dino now rules the roost in DDT, winning the KO-D Openweight Title tonight for the second time in his career. He defeated his fellow Homorio Clover Z member KUDO with a brand new finisher called the Danshoku Tornado, a Twisting Moonsault. The match begun with a perverse take on the infamous Antonio Inoki Vs Muhammed Ali fight, with KUDO keeping his back to the mat and kicking Dino in the legs while the challenger kept thrusting his hips towards the champion. While KUDO did score hits with a Swan Dive Missile Kick and the Buzzsaw Kick, Dino incapacitated him with the Lip Lock and Gotch-Style Danshoku Driver. KUDO was able to kick out of that but Dino immediately followed with his new finisher to seal the deal.

After the match Dino took the mic and said it was his dream to main event Budokan Hall. He was interrupted by Antonio Honda, who was still able to attend the show despite “falling ill” during the week. Honda told a story about seeing Dino wrestle in a HWWA indie show ten years ago. He also brought up the memory of the MUSCLE sub-brand, a place both Dino and Honda played a big role in creating. Honda then challenged Dino for a title shot. Tsurumi Amon gave the green light and announced the match will take place when DDT returns to Korakuen Hall on 19th February. Dino finished up by saying that being gay is the strength of his power, he will dye the Budokan with his Danshoku style, his libido will become stronger as we get closer to the 15th Anniversary show and that he has the ghost of MUSCLE looking over him.

Meanwhile KUDO said that tonight was a very frustrating loss to take. However, he will not give up fighting for the KO-D Title and he is also looking forward to new challenges. One of them will be the chance to team with Kenny Omega to take on El Generico & HARASHIMA on 19/2.

HARASHIMA prepared himself well for Kenny Omega by avoiding the Croyt’s Wrath finisher. Unfortunately he forgot about Omega’s new finisher, the One-Winged Angel. Kenny won the match and afterwards said there is no time to rest when you are a champion. After he beats Kaz Hayashi in All Japan next week, Omega wants to defend the AJPW Jr. Heavyweight Title against HARASHIMA in DDT. HARASHIMA complimented Omega for gaining experience in so many different wrestling organisations and that he himself felt the pride of a champion when fighting him.

Yuji Hino defeated Keisuke Ishii in a preview of their KO-D Tag Team Title match in Nagoya next month. His pure power was too much for Ishii to take. Afterward Hino just said that 2012 will be an “interesting year”. While Shigehiro Irie checked on him, Ishii said he felt shame for losing to someone from KAIENTAI-DOJO. Irie stood by his friend and said he would never wrestle for K-DOJO.

Despite losing to Crying Wolf in the Rock & Roll Death Match, Makoto Oishi challenged Yasu Urano to put the KO-D Tag Team Title on the line against him and a partner of his choosing on 19/2. Urano accepted and Makoto introduced his partner, Masao Inoue! Makoto nicknamed Inoue the “Silly Little Green Giant” and begun a short interview with him, idol group style. Inoue didn’t have much to say in the interveiw so Makoto kept finishing his sentences for him.

Daisuke Sasaki will be taking an extended break from DDT. He will be travelling over to Mexico and will wrestle there for a while. He has not decided how long the excurison will be.

Sanshiro Takagi said he wanted to add more wrestlers to his “Anti-League Players Association” in the next couple of weeks. It looks like this storyline will slowly brew all the way up to the 15th Anniversary show.

January 29th, 2012, 12:51 PM

February 4th, 2012, 8:33 PM
DDT Dramatic Fantasia 360

DDT “SWEET DREAMS! 2012” 1/29/12
Tokyo Korakuen Hall

01. Sanshiro Takagi & Takao Soma vs Tomomitsu Matsunaga & Hoshitango

03. Makoto Oishi, Akito & Hiroshi Fukuda vs Yasu Urano, YAZAWA & Keita Yano


06. KUDO (c) vs Danshoku Dino


February 8th, 2012, 10:44 PM

May 9th, 2012, 7:29 AM
Ibushi vs Generico!

DDT "MAX BUMP 2012", 04.05.2012 (Samurai! TV)
Tokyo Korakuen Hall
2,064 Fans - Super No Vacancy Full House

0. Gorgeous Matsuno vs. Shota
1. KAI vs. Keisuke Ishii
2. Shigehiro Irie, Daisuke Sasaki, Tomomitsu Matsunaga, Akito & Tetsuya Endo vs. Antonio Honda, Poison Sawada JULIE, Michael Nakazawa, Keita Yano & Hoshitango
3. Hikaru Sato vs. DJ Nira
4. Handicap Match: Sanshiro Takagi, Takao Soma, Andy Paradox & Hero Amon vs. Danshoku Dino, Makoto Oishi & Masao Inoue
5. Kota Ibushi Return Match: Kota Ibushi vs. El Generico
6. KO-D Openweight Title Contendership, 3 Way Elimination Match: HARASHIMA vs. KUDO vs. Yasu Urano
7. KO-D Openweight Title: Masa Takanashi (c) vs. Yuji Hino







June 24th, 2012, 12:19 PM
DDT “WHAT ARE YOU DOING 2012”, 24/06/2012
Tokyo Korakuen Hall
1,517 Fans – Super No Vacancy
1. Yasu Urano, Antonio Honda & Keita Yano defeated Hikaru Sato, Keisuke Ishii & Tetsuya Endo when Hoda pinned Tetsuya Endo with the Diving Fist Drop (10:54).
2. Iron Man Heavymetalweight Title – Battle Royal: Tsukasa Fujimoto (c) defeated Danshoku Dino, DJ Nira, Gorgeous Matsuno, Hoshitango, Akito, Gota Ihashi, Hiroshi Fukuda, Choun-Shiryu and Tanomusaku Toba (10:00).
2a. Hiroshi Fukuda defeated Tsukasa Fujimoto (c) with a Belly-To-Back Suplex (2:33).
*Hiroshi Fukuda becomes the 916th champion.
2b. Tanomusaku Toba defeated Hiroshi Fukuda (c) with a Buzzsaw Kick (4:56).
*Tanomusaku Toba becomes the 917th champion.
2c. Tsukasa Fujimoto defeated Tanomusaku Toba (c) with a School Boy (5:16).
*Tsukasa Fujimoto becomes the 918th champion.
- Iron Man Heavymetalweight Title: Choun-Shiryu defeated Tsukasa Fujimoto (c) by Pinfall (12:35 pm).
*Choun-Shiryu becomes the 919th champion.
3. Special Single Match: HARASHIMA defeated Shigehiro Irie with the Somato (8:44).
4. GM Army Vs Dissidents: Sanshiro Takagi, Takao Soma, Hero Amon & Yoshiaki Fujiwara (w/ Katsuji Nagashima) defeated Michael Nakazawa, Kenny Omega, Batten Tamagawa & Tomomitsu Matsunaga when Takagi pinned Nakazawa with the Sit Down Himawari Bomb (8:34).
5. KO-D Tag Team Title: KUDO & Makoto Oishi (c) defeated Masa Takanashi & Daisuke Sasaki when KUDO pinned Takanashi with the Diving Double Knee Drop (13:16).
*V1 for KUDO & Makoto Oishi.
6. KO-D Openweight Title: Kota Ibushi defeated Yuji Hino (c) with the Phoenix Plex (21:12).
*Yuji Hino fails in V2. Kota Ibushi becomes the 42nd KO-D Openweight Champion!

Ladies and gentlemen Kota Ibushi is once again KO-D Openweight Champion, using his Phoenix-Plex for the second time to secure the victory (the only other time he used it was to win the title the first time). This pleases me greatly.

July 8th, 2012, 10:29 AM

DDT “KING OF DDT OSAKA”, 08/07/2012
Osaka Yodogawa Ward Center

1. Takao Soma, Shoichi Uchida & Kiai Ryuuken Ecchan defeated Makoto Oishi, Akito & Hiroshi Fukuda when Soma pinned Fukuda (8:43).
2. King Of DDT 2012 – Semi Final: Kenny Omega defeated HARASHIMA with the One-Winged Angel (15:37).
3. King Of DDT 2012 – Semi Final: Danshoku Dino defeated KUDO with the Turnbuckle Danshoku Driver (14:35).
4. Hideki Shiota defeated DJ Nira by Pinfall (7:49).
5. 4 Vs 4 Elimination Match: Keisuke Ishii, Shigehiro Irie, Tomomitsu Matsunaga & Tetsuya Endo defeated Yasu Urano, Antonio Honda, Masa Takanashi & Daisuke Sasaki when Irie pinned Takanashi with the Vertical Drop Back Flip (10:55).
6. Kota Ibushi & Gota Ihashi defeated Hikaru Sato & Michael Nakazawa when Ibushi pinned Nakazawa with the Sit Down Last Ride (18:03).
7. King Of DDT 2012 – Final: Kenny Omega defeated Danshoku Dino with the One-Winged Angel (20:18).

Full report to come later today but there is just one thing you need to know. Kota Ibushi Vs Kenny Omega for the KO-D Title is the main event of DDT’s 15th Anniversary show in Budokan Hall!

July 10th, 2012, 5:07 AM
Dino's new finisher


July 14th, 2012, 4:06 PM

Iron Man Title Hijacked And Bolivia Bound!
July 12, 2012

The unpredictable nature of the Iron Man Heavymetalweight Title has struck again! During today’s press conference announcing the remaining card for the DDT 15th Anniversary Show, champion Choun-Shiryu made an appearance to be interviewed about the title being defended in a Royal Rumble match at the show. The interview was disrupted when an anonymous note was passed over to Tsurumi Amon. The note said:

Hello DDT Pro Wrestling,

Today I heard there is an open press conference for DDT. I will take the Iron Man belt from you. Thank you in the future.


Amon sat there wondering which Sato wrote the letter. Was it Hikaru Sato? Was it Akio Sato from the Orient Express? If it was Akio, does that mean he was sending Hakushi after the champion? All of a sudden, a voice interrupted his train of thought.

“Please excuse me.”

It was independant wrestler Yuki Sato. He entered the room and admitted the letter was from him. Sato told Shiryu that he wanted the title. Shiryu stood up to face him but Sato told him his shoelaces were untied. When Shiryu bend down to tie his shoes, Sato grabbed an object and whacked the champion over the head with it. Sato then pinned Shiryu and officially became the 922nd champion.

Sato then suddenly said he was taking the belt with him to Bolivia, where he was going to defend the belt against none other than Dick Togo!

Tsurumi Amon was shocked but quickly came up with a plan. If no one can get the belt back before the 15th Anniversary Show, then the winner of the Royal Rumble at the event will be declared the No. 1 Contender for the championship. The winner will then be sent to Bolivia (at their own expense) to challenge the champion, no matter who it is.

August 17th, 2012, 9:04 AM
DDT doesn't often strike out with humor for me, but here they do.

In a bit of a parody of when New Japan and All Japan guys record themselves practicing new moves, Kota Ibushi practices with some fucking stupid head drops.


August 17th, 2012, 5:55 PM
Fucking hell! At least they're using padding. But still, holy shit dude don't do such dangerous shit. A motherfucking phoenix-plex off the second rope. Not cool Kota. Not cool.

August 17th, 2012, 6:03 PM
Omega is going get his neck broke in a few hours

August 18th, 2012, 6:01 PM

August 19th, 2012, 8:24 AM
Jesus H. Christ's fucking monkeyballs that's unnecessary. The regular move's been hit all of twice and never kicked out of. An avalanche version isn't needed. Especially when it isn't the finish.

August 19th, 2012, 12:50 PM
That is not the leader in the clubhouse of unnecessary shit in that match

August 19th, 2012, 5:31 PM
This match looks like it will be the sum total of everything that is wrong with both Omega and Ibushi.

August 19th, 2012, 6:30 PM
You need to watch it. It is in the Peter Pan thread

August 19th, 2012, 8:49 PM
That is not the leader in the clubhouse of unnecessary shit in that match


August 19th, 2012, 9:33 PM
My reaction:


August 19th, 2012, 10:00 PM
You need to watch it. It is in the Peter Pan thread

Question; is the sound in-sync with the video? There are two versions on dailymotion where the sound is ahead of the video and it is driving me nuts (Not unlike the wrestling; impressive given that I am ten minutes into a forty minute video).

August 19th, 2012, 10:16 PM
It is the same

August 19th, 2012, 10:22 PM
I'd say that's a shame, but this atrocity does not deserve to be preserved; Jumbo, Baba and Misawa are all weeping in Heaven.

October 4th, 2012, 1:27 PM
DDT "WHO'S GONNA TOP? 2012 ~ DDT48 GENERAL ELECTION 2012 FINAL ELECTION", 30.09.2012 (Samurai! TV)
Tokyo Korakuen Hall
1,544 Fans - Super No Vacancy

0. Battle Royal: Akito besiegt Batten Tamgawa mit einem Cross Kneelock (4:30). Reihenfolge des Ausscheidens: DJ Nira (0:10), Gorgeous Matsuno (0:12), Tetsuya Endo (1:01), Rion Mizuki (2:23), Hiroshi Fukuda (4:13) & Batten Tamgawa (4:30).
0. Boxing Rules: Michael Nakazawa vs. Gota Ihashi ended - Time Limit Draw (R3 2:00).
1. Antonio Honda, Daisuke Sasaki & Hoshitango besiegen Masa Takanashi, Yuji Hino & Toru Owashi (7:56) nach dem Midnight Buenos Aires von Hoshitango gegen Takanashi.
2. Yukio Sakaguchi & Yoshiaki Yago besiegen Hikaru Sato & Hiro Tsumaki (9:26) durch Referee Stop (Sakaguchi besiegte Tsumaki mit einem Doujime Sleeper Hold).
3. Danshoku Dino vs. Makoto Oishi - No Contest (8:09).
4. Poison Sawada JULIE Retirement Road: Sanshiro Takagi & MIKAMI besiegen Poison Sawada JULIE & Snake Ianto (9:41) nach einem Swan Dive Schoolboy von MIKAMI gegen Sawada.
5. Kenny Omega besiegt Konosuke Takeshita (16:12) mit dem Croyt's Wrath.
6. HARASHIMA, KUDO & Yasu Urano besiegen Keisuke Ishii, Shigehiro Irie & Takao Soma (12:55) nach einem Jackknife Hold von Urano gegen Ishii.
7. KO-D Openweight Title: El Generico besiegt Kota Ibushi (c) (23:33) mit dem Brainbustaaaaahhhhh!!!!! - Titelwechsel.

October 4th, 2012, 4:01 PM
Jesus-Fuck, Ibushi can't get a lengthy title run for the life of him.

October 22nd, 2012, 3:16 PM


DDT “DDT SPECIAL 2012”, 21/10/2012
Tokyo Korakuen Hall
1,424 Fans – Super No Vacancy
DDT48 General Election Ranking In Parentheses

0. Dark Match: Yuji Hino (#26) defeated DJ Nira (#20) with a Rear Naked Choke (4:28).
0. Dark Match: Michael Nakazawa (#24) & Yoshihiko (#25) defeated Yukio Sakaguchi (#21) & Hiroshi Fukuda (#22) when Yoshihiko pinned Fukuda with a Small Package (7:04).
1. Masa Takanashi (#12) & Cherry (#15) defeated Makoto Oishi (#9) & Mio Shirai (#11) when Takanashi pinned Oishi with the Bacchus (7:41).
2. Hikaru Sato (#5) defeated Antonio Honda (#12) by KO (9:33).
3. Danshoku Dino (#2) defeated Konosuke Takeshita (#17) by KO with the Lip Lock (9:03).
4. Kenny Omega (#8) defeated Keisuke Ishii (#16) with the Croyt’s Wrath (12:56).
5. Hardcore Tag Team Match: Shigehiro Irie (#6) & Takao Soma (#18) defeated Isami Kodaka (#6) & Sanshiro Takagi (#18) when Irie pinned Kodaka with an Elbow Smash (12:44).
6. HARASHIMA (#3) defeated MIKAMI (#4) with the Somato (10:25).
7. KO-D Openweight Title: El Generico (c) defeated Kota Ibushi (#1) with an Inside Cradle (19:27).
*V1 for El Generico.

El Generico snatched victory from the jaws of defeat, countering Kota Ibushi’s Phoenix Splash into an Inside Cradle to successfully defend the KO-D Openweight Title. According to the DDT website, this is Generico’s first official defence of the title. His match with El Ligero for Revolution Pro Wrestling in England last week has not been recognised as a KO-D Title match. Ibushi was very disappointed to lose to Generico for the third time in a row this year. He is convinced that he will someday beat Generico but for now his focus will be developing his new stable with Kenny Omega and Gota Ihashi.

A 7 Way match to determine the next challenger will take place on 28/10. It will be HARASHIMA Vs Shigehiro Irie Vs Antonio Honda Vs Gota Ihashi Vs Isami Kodaka Vs MIKAMI Vs Hikaru Sato. Kenny Omega was supposed to be included in this match but he will be spending the rest of the year in Canada after that show, so Ihashi takes his spot instead.

After Shigehiro Irie pinned Isami Kodaka in the Hardcore Tag Team match, a singles bout between the two was set up for the 23/11 Union show.

Poison Sawada JULIE mentioned that there was no shortage in opponents for his retirement match. Some of his suggestions included a 60 minute Ironman Match against Ultraman Robin and a 60 minute Ironman Viper Death Match against one of his old alter egos. However, he decided to share the spotlight with younger generation. Sawada will team up with two mystery partners to face Hiro Tsumaki, Tetsuya Endo & Konosuke Takeshita for his retirement on 25/11.

Tetsuya Endo gave some advice to Konosuke Takeshita before his match with Danshoku Dino. Takeshita was told to protect his lips from Dino. He should have listened.

Antonio Honda spent his entire match Hikaru Sato targeting his opponent’s hair. Sato’s hairline is getting rather thin and Honda helped speed up the balding process. However, Sato got the last laugh when he instructed the Samurai TV cameraman to get a close up on Honda’s head, showing that Honda himself has a bald spot. Honda was so shocked at the revelation he lost consciousness and collapsed. The referee called for the bell and declared Sato the winner of the match.

Dick Togo was in attendance to receive the award for Best Indie Match of 2011 from Samurai TV. Togo never actually received the plaque due to his busy travelling schedule at the time. The award was for Togo’s match with Kota Ibushi from March 2011.

KUDO and Yasu Urano both appeared to update everyone on their injuries. KUDO said he is aiming to return in the new year but Yasu is still going through tests and does not know when he can return. They both decided to temporarily disband Ura-Shima-Kudo. However, Hiro Tsumaki interrupted and pleaded with them to reconsider their decision. He wants the unit to continue under the name ShimaHiro, since himself and HARASHIMA are the only active wrestlers in the group.

Yoshihiko wore a pumpkin mask for his match. It and Michael Nakazawa beat Yukio Sakaguchi & Hiroshi Fukuda when it countered Fukuda’s Perfect Plex into a Small Package.

November 2nd, 2012, 4:47 PM
Tokyo Sports reported on some gossip that Kota Ibushi was seen having drinks with a well known gay actor. Ibushi denies a relationship. It is something to follow. Ibushi is the biggest indy draw in Japan. A lot of who he draws are women. Plus remember the how wrestling fans held Tanahashi getting stabbed by his girlfriend against him for years as a sign of lack of manliness and this might hurt him.

November 2nd, 2012, 6:55 PM
I would love to believe that him actually being gay is something people could support and get behind, but this is Japan we're talking about. Sad face.

December 23rd, 2012, 6:41 AM

DDT “NEVER MIND 2012”, 23/12/2012
Tokyo Korakuen Hall
2,012 Fans – Super No Vacancy Full House

0. Dark Match: Tetsuya Endo defeated DJ Nira with a School Boy (0:05).
1. Takao Soma & Shigehiro Irie defeated Danshoku Dino & Makoto Oishi when Soma pinned Oishi with the Boma Ye (10:36).
2. 4 Way Tag Team Match: MIKAMI & Gorgeous Matsuno defeated Tomomitsu Matsunaga & Michael Nakazawa, Hikaru Sato & Masa Takanashi and Yukio Sakaguchi & Akito when Matsuno pinned Nakazawa with the Cross Armed Goregeous Superstar (8:32).
3. HARASHIMA & Hiro Tsumaki defeated Kota Ibushi & Gota Ihashi when HARASHIMA pinned Ihashi with the Somato (15:02).
4. 3 Vs 4 Handicap Match: Sanshiro Takagi, Hiroyoshi Tenzan & Satoshi Kojima defeated Antonio Honda, Yuji Hino, Hoshitango & Daisuke Sasaki when Takagi pinned Honda with the Sit Down Himawari Bomb (11:09).
5. DDT Extreme Title – 3 Way Match: Keisuke Ishii (c) defeated Yasu Urano and Isami Kodaka when Ishii pinned Urano with the High Angle Double Arm DDT (12:18).
*V1 for Keisuke Ishii
6. KO-D Openweight Title: Kenny Omega defeated El Generico (c) with the One-Winged Angel (24:01).
*El Generico fails in V3. Kenny Omega becomes the 44th KO-D Openweight Champion!

Kenny Omega did it! He finishes off an excellent year by becoming the man to dethrone El Generico and finally win the KO-D Openweight Title. Despite the two being friends away from the ring, there was little good manners seen in the match when Omega offered a handshake and Generico kicked him away. When the Croyt’s Wrath didn’t work for the challenger, he had to bring out the One-Winged Angel to put Generico away for good.

Keisuke Ishii passed a difficult challenge in his first defence of the DDT Extreme Title by defeating Yasu Urano and Keisuke Ishii in a 3 Way match. Ishii was able to win without doing the overdone finish of letting your opponents beat each other up, then go steal the pin. Instead, Ishii took out Kodaka with the Kneel Kick. Urano played possum and caught Ishii with a flash roll up but only got a two count. From there Ishii caught Urano and went into overkill with two Fisherman Busters, a High Kick and then the High Angle Double Arm DDT to win the match in dominating fashion.

The COZY Police Force always get their men. Antonio Honda and the rest of the Monster Army recently became thieves and stole wrestling gear from every single locker room they’ve stepped foot in. When they stole an important briefcase from Tsurumi Amon, Sanshiro Takagi called in Hiroyoshi Tenzan and Satoshi Kojima to help him catch the criminal. TenKoji became victims themselves when the Monster Army stole their signature nose tape and entrance gear before the match. The Monster Army all came down wearing one of the stolen goods to taunt their opponents. Justice soon came down and the COZY Police Force won the battle and literally arrested the Monster Army.

The briefcase was returned to Tsurumi Amon and he later revealed its contents. Amon announced that DDT now has a brand new championship, the KO-D 6 Person Tag Team Championship. The title will have its first champions crowned after a one day tournament between four teams in Osaka on 12/1.

Gorgeous Matsuno Vs Yukio Sakaguchi will take place on 12/1. Danshoku Dino will take on El Samurai on 20/1 in Nagoya.

January 25th, 2013, 6:19 PM
Big show Sunday to go with AJPW and NOAH ones


DDT “SWEET DREAMS! 2013”, 27/01/2013
Tokyo Korakuen Hall

1. Makoto Oishi & Akito Vs Tetsuya Endo & Daichi Kazato
2. Planning The New Year – 1 Vs 5 Handicap Match: Hiroshi Fukuda Vs Michael Nakazawa, Hoshitango, Gota Ihashi, Batten Tamagawa & DJ Nira
3. HARASHIMA, Yasu Urano & Hiro Tsumaki Vs MIKAMI, Hikaru Sato & Masa Takanashi
4. Sanshiro Takagi & Yuzuki Aikawa Vs Danshoku Dino & Yoshiko
5. Kota Ibushi Vs Konosuke Takeshita
6. KO-D 6-Man Tag Team Titles: Keisuke Ishii, Takao Soma & Shigehiro Irie (c) Vs Antonio Honda, Daisuke Sasaki & Yuji Hino
7. KO-D Openweight Title & DDT Extreme Title: Kenny Omega (c) Vs Isami Kodaka (c)

January 27th, 2013, 2:29 PM

DDT “SWEET DREAMS! 2013”, 27/01/2013
Tokyo Korakuen Hall
1,542 Fans – Super No Vacancy

1. Makoto Oishi & Akito defeated Tetsuya Endo & Daichi Kazato when Akito submitted Kazato with a Figure 4 Leg Lock (7:14).
2. Planning The New Year – 1 Vs 5 Handicap Match: Gota Ihashi defeated Hiroshi Fukuda, Michael Nakazawa, Hoshitango, Batten Tamagawa & DJ Nira when Ihashi pinned Fukuda with a Crucifix Pin (5:43).
3. HARASHIMA, Yasu Urano & FUMA defeated MIKAMI, Hikaru Sato & Masa Takanashi when HARASHIMA pinned Takanashi with the Somato (10:53).
4. Danshoku Dino & Yoshiko defeated Sanshiro Takagi & Yuzuki Aikawa when Dino pinned Takagi with the Shin Danshoku Driver (10:32).
5. Kota Ibushi defeated Konosuke Takeshita with a Boston Crab (11:48).
6. KO-D 6-Man Tag Team Titles: Antonio Honda, Daisuke Sasaki & Yuji Hino defeated Keisuke Ishii, Takao Soma & Shigehiro Irie (c) when Sasaki pinned Ishii with the Now Or Never (10:32).
*Team Dream Futures fail in V1. Monster Army becomes the 2nd KO-D 6-Man Tag Team Champions!
7. KO-D Openweight Title & DDT Extreme Title: Kenny Omega (c) defeated Isami Kodaka (c) with the One-Winged Angel (23:14).
*V1 for Kenny Omega. Isami Kodaka fails in V1. Kenny Omega becomes the 22nd DDT Extreme Champion!

Kenny Omega can now call himself a Double Champion! He now adds the DDT Extreme Title to keep his KO-D Openweight Title company. Omega has his theme music played live by the Capcom band ROCK-MEN while Isami Kodaka was accompanied by members of Union as well as MIKAMI. The One-Winged Angel was the deciding factor and Isami admitted defeat afterwards. Omega nominated HARASHIMA as his next challenger for beating him in the KO-D Tag Team Title match from a week ago. Kenny pointed out that HARASHIMA has yet to beat him in a singles match.

Prepare the tanks, the Monster Army are now the KO-D 6-Man Tag Team Champions! Not a bad birthday present for Yuji Hino, who turns 28 today. Antonio Honda declared he will start the auction for the belts at 300 million yen. Keisuke Ishii was devastated to lose the 6-Man Tag Title so soon after losing the DDT Extreme Title.

Toru Owashi appeared to announce his full time return to wrestling. He has spent the last couple of years away from wrestling raising enough money to move to Tokyo. Now he is running his own shop in Tokyo and is able to wrestle again. Sanshiro Takagi isn’t excited about the news. He thinks DDT has enough wrestlers and wonders why Owashi hasn’t gone looking for other promotions. Tsurumi Amon will put Owashi through a series of matches to see if he is good enough to come back.

Yuzuki Aikawa’s DDT farewell was ruined by Danshoku Dino & Akiawa’s fellow Stardom wrestler Yoshiko. Dino debuted a brand new finisher to pin Sanshiro Takagi. From what I can guess, the Shin Danshoku Driver is a Beach Break with the victim’s head shoved into the back of Dino’s tights. Takagi demanded a rematch and told Aikawa that there is one place she hasn’t bounced and wrestled in yet, the streets!

KUDO will return to action on the 17/2 Korakuen Hall show, making the Ura-Shima-Kudo unit complete again. FUMA interrupted the announcement saying that the group is now called Ura-Shima-Fuma. FUMA and Yasu Urano argued over who is actually a member of the group with Urano pointing out that FUMA is challenging him and HARASHIMA for the KO-D Tag Titles on 10/2. They shook hands but Urano then blindsided FUMA with the Tombstone Piledriver.

Hiroshi Fukuda was not happy to take on five wrestlers in a Handicap match. He demanded to Tsurumi Amon that if he won the match, he should get a prize of his choosing. Amon accepted the idea but Fukuda tricked him by switching spots with Gota Ihashi before the match. DJ Nira defended Ihashi and teamed with him to make it 4 Vs 2 only to betray him with a Rocket Punch. Fukuda gave Ihashi the Perfect Plex but only got a two count. Fukuda reacted with a loud “Nooooooooooo!!!!” Ihashi capitlised on Fukuda’s shock and pinned him to win the match. Amon asked an upset Fukuda what his wish was. Fukuda wanted to become just like Vince and promote his own show. Amon misunderstood and thought Fukuda meant Vince Russo and he wanted the return of WCW and Monday Nitro. Fukuda meant he wanted to run his own brand in Shin-Kiba and turn it into an American wrestling territory. He wants to call it United Superstars Action, USA for shot. Amon actually liked the idea and told Fukuda it can happen in the spring. Fukuda is already taking match suggestions on Twitter. One request was Antonio Honda Vs Jerry Lawler. Fukuda replied he will save that match for when he books Madison Square Garden.

Shigehiro Irie has signed a contract with DDT and is now an official full time DDT wrestler. Irie noted his humble beginnings wrestling in Nagoya leading him into DDT. Tsurumi Amon gave Irie his first order as a DDT employee, name every season in English. Irie could only knew Summer. Amon told him to do his best in the future.

There is another trainee coming into DDT. So far the name for this person I can find is T. Koda. The person was joined in the ring by the Tokyo Women’s Wrestling trainees during the announcement. Referee Daisuke Kiso was chosen to be Chikage Kiba’s opponent for the Sambo Exhibition on TWW’s preview event in Akihabara on 30/1.

March 20th, 2013, 4:34 PM

DDT “JUDGEMENT 2013”, 20/03/2013
Tokyo Korakuen Hall
1,435 Fans – Super No Vacancy

0. Dark Match: Daichi Kazato & Gorgeous Matsuno defeated Gota Ihashi & Tetsuya Endo when Kazato pinned Endo with an Inside Cradle (11:50).
1. Kazuki Hirata Comeback Match: KUDO defeated Kazuki Hirata with the Diving Double Knee Drop (8:24).
2. KO-D 6-Man Tag Team Titles: Antonio Honda, Daisuke Sasaki & Yuji Hino (c) defeated Danshoku Dino, Makoto Oishi & Gabaiji-chan when Honda pinned Oishi with the Diving Fist Drop (13:10).
*V1 for Monster Army.
3. High School Career Will Challenge The Legend!: Tatsumi Fujinami defeated Konosuke Takeshita with a Figure 4 Leg Lock (5:38).
4. Kizaemon Saiga Wrestling Debut: Kota Ibushi & Kizaemon Saiga defeated Yasu Urano & FUMA when Saiga pinned FUMA with a Doomsday Kneel Kick (11:58).
5. Right To Challenge Anytime, Anywhere Contract Battle Royal: Yukio Sakaguchi defeated Masa Takanashi with the Choke Sleeper (26:35).
5a. Right To Challenge Anytime, Anywhere 1: Sanshiro Takagi (6:59).
5b. Right To Challenge Anytime, Anywhere 2: Keisuke Ishii (12:01).
5c. Right To Challenge Anytime, Anywhere 3: HARASHIMA (16:40).
5d. Right To Challenge Anytime, Anywhere 4: DJ Nira (19:34).
6. KO-D Openweight Title: Shigehiro Irie defeated Kenny Omega (c) with the Vertical Drop Back Flip (24:29).
*Kenny Omega fails in V4. Shigehiro Irie becomes the 45th KO-D Openweight Champion!

The torch has been passed, Shigehiro Irie is the first in his generation of DDT wrestlers to win the KO-D Openweight Title! Over the last two years, Irie has taken big steps towards the top beating such DDT and Union alumni like Kota Ibushi and Shuji Ishikawa. One person he could never get the best of was the champion Kenny Omega. Almost a year ago Irie went through rigorous weight loss training in order to wrestle Kenny for the AJPW Jr. Heavyweight Title. Today there was no weight limit handicapping the Teddy Bear. It wasn’t easy, Omega fought tooth and nail to keep his title but Irie’s heart was just that little bit bigger. A Vertical Drop Back Flip attempt was rearranged into a Thunder Fire Driver, knocking Omega silly and leaving him vulnerable to another Vertical Drop Back Flip. That one connected and three seconds later Irie was swamped by his Team Dream Future stablemates and handed the KO-D Title belt.

Irie couldn’t believe he won. He couldn’t believe he beat Kenny Omega. He thanked the audience for chanting his name and he thanked his friends for supporting him. Tsurumi Amon dampened the celebrations by telling Irie that there are now four wrestlers with Right To Challenge Anytime, Anywhere contracts and Keisuke Ishii is one of them. Ishii stepped in and said he won’t be cashing in his contract until the time was right for him and Irie. Sanshiro Takagi awkwardly congratulated Irie, clearly resisting temptation to cash in his contract there and then. Irie’s first challenger Yukio Sakaguchi appeared on the ring apron and simply stuck out his fist. Irie placed his elbow against the fist in response as if to say “Challenge accepted,”

The Royal Rumble Ladder match had 5 prizes in total on the line. Literally. Four envelopes hung from a cable above the ring. Two of the envelopes had a smiley face on them. The other two had the skull and bones symbol. It was up to the competitors to climb up ladders and fight amongst each other to reach them. When somebody pulled down an envelope they played no further part in the match. Meanwhile, Battle Royal rules were also in effect with the overall winner getting a KO-D Title shot on 13th April. Yukio Sakaguchi won the Battle Royal portion. With the title shot in his grasp, Sakaguchi now feels like he is part of the DDT family.

Sanshiro Takagi, Keisuke Ishii, HARASHIMA & DJ Nira were the four wrestlers who grabbed the envelopes. They were called into the ring after the match to open the envelopes and reveal their prizes. It turns out all four envelopes contained Right To Challenge Anytime, Anywhere contracts that allowed the holder to challenge the KO-D Champion to a title match at any DDT show from now until 3rd August. However, to even the playing field a new rule was added. The contracts can now change hands if the contract holder is pinned, submitted or knocked out at any wrestling show in Japan! Hiroshi Fukuda suddenly ambushed Takagi and pinned him with a School Boy but as he celebrated with Takagi’s contract, Tsurumi Amon told him the rule was not 24/7 and only comes into play during actual wrestling matches.

K-1 fighter Kizaemon Saiga had a successful debut in DDT teaming with his friend Kota Ibushi to defeat Yasu Urano & FUMA. They won by using a Doomsday Spinning Heel Kick with Saiga performing the kick. During the backstage interview afterwards Saiga said he had fun but was in a huge amount of pain. He hopes to do both MMA and wrestling. Ibushi was nervous for his friend but Saiga’s performance proved how compatible he is with pro wrestling. In regards to the Doomsday Kick, Saiga said it was the first time he ever did a Jumping Kick from that height. He called Ibushi his teacher and wants to fly and bounce around the ring like he does.

The 2013 King Of DDT tournament will begin at Shinjuku on 28th June. Round 2 will be held in Nagoya on 17th July. The semi-finals and final will take place in Umeda later that month. The winner will earn a KO-D Title shot at the 18/8 Sumo Hall show.

Danshoku Dino is getting his own show on DDT’s Nico Douga Channel. The show is called Danshoku Matchmaking. If this does not turn out to be DDT’s version of Blind Date with Dino playing the role of Cilla Black, I will be disappointed.

March 20th, 2013, 5:09 PM
YES!!! Irie is awesome.

April 15th, 2013, 6:44 PM
DDT's big Golden Week main event is

DDT “MAX BUMP 2013”, 03/05/2013
Tokyo Korakuen Hall

1. KO-D Openweight Title: Shigehiro Irie (c) Vs Kota Ibushi

May 3rd, 2013, 2:43 PM

DDT “MAX BUMP 2013”, 03/05/2013
Tokyo Korakuen Hall
1,819 Fans – Super No Vacancy Full House

0. Dark Match: Tatsuhiko Yoshino & Aggressor defeated Tomomitsu Matsunaga & Guanchulo when Yoshino pinned Guanchulo with a German Suplex (7:36).
1. Daisuke Sasaki, Yuji Hino & Hoshitango defeated Akito, Tetsuya Endo & Konosuke Takeshita when Sasaki pinned Endo with the Now Or Never (12:01).
2. Kenny Omega & Gota Ihashi defeated Danshoku Dino & Makoto Oishi when Omega pinned Oishi with the Croyt’s Wrath (10:20).
3. Katsuhiko Nakajima & Satoshi Kajiwara defeated Keisuke Ishii & Takao Soma when Nakajima pinned Soma with a Vertical Drop Brainbuster (15:42).
4. MIKAMI, Masa Takanashi, Michael Nakazawa & DJ Nira defeated Sanshiro Takagi, Toru Owashi, Kazuki Hirata & El Samurai when Nira pinned Samurai with a Cradle (9:42).
*DJ Nira wins El Samurai’s Right To Challenge Anytime, Anywhere Contract.
5. KUDO defeated Antonio Honda with a Buzzsaw Kick (13:37).
6. KO-D Tag Team Titles: Hikaru Sato & Yukio Sakaguchi defeated HARASHIMA & Yasu Urano (c) by Referee Stoppage when Sato submitted Urano with the Reverse Cross Armbreaker (16:38).
*UraShima fail in V5. Hikaru Sato & Yukio Sakaguchi become the 47th KO-D Tag Team Champions!
7. KO-D Openweight Title: Shigehiro Irie (c) defeated Kota Ibushi with the Vertical Drop Back Flip (18:57).
*V3 for Shigehiro Irie.

If it wasn’t clear before, it’s clear now. Shigehiro Irie is the man to beat in DDT. Today Irie scored a major victory over Kota Ibushi, knocking off his toughest challenger to keep the KO-D Openweight Title. Ibushi refused a handshake after the match but made up for it by raising Irie’s arm and admitting defeat. Daisuke Sasaki, MIKAMI and DJ Nira all came out taunting Irie with their Right To Challenge Anytime, Anywhere Contracts but none of them wanted to cash it in just yet. Since there was no clear challenger for the belt, Tsurumi Amon decided that HARASHIMA and Hikaru Sato will have a No. 1 Contender’s match in Osaka on 12th May. The winner will face Irie for the title in Hiroshima on 26th May. Irie misunderstood and thought he will have to defend the title in a 2 Vs 1 Handicap match. He relaxed when it was explained to him that wasn’t what was going to happen.

The KO-D Tag Team Championship is the first title Yukio Sakaguchi has ever won. He was very happy to win it.

DJ Nira was able to pin El Samurai when Michael Nakazawa pulled off Samurai’s mask with the Ultimate Venom Arm. Samurai used Nakazawa’s tights to cover his face but Nira capitalised and rolled him over for the pin.

MIKAMI announced a one night 8-Man tournament for Cruiser’s Game 11 in Shin-Kiba 1st RING on 2nd June. The tournament will be a celebration of Jr. Heavyweight wrestling.

January 6th, 2014, 5:30 PM
DDT has new tv in Saitama which is another indication that this year's Peter Pan will be in the Saitama Super Arena. Which would be the week after NJPW runs the Seibu Dome in Saitama

January 26th, 2014, 4:11 PM

Nagoya Telepia Hall

1. DDT Extreme Title – Best 2 Out Of 3 Falls: HARASHIMA (c) Vs Keisuke Ishii
*Fall 1: Feet Only Death Match. Fall 2: Cliff Death Match. Fall 3: To Be Determined by Amon Tsurumi.

The press conference continued with the appearance of Keisuke Ishii, who immediately attacked HARASHIMA. Tempers calmed down and the two were able to continue the conference as if nothing happened. HARASHIMA decided the rules for their upcoming DDT Extreme Title match in Nagoya. After wrestling Antonio Honda in a Blindfold Bra Match where he had to rely on just his hands, HARASHIMA now wanted to see what it was like to wrestle with just his feet. So for the match, both men will have their hands tied together and will have to rely on their legs to wrestle. However, Ishii had an idea of his own. He wanted to have a Cliff Death Match where you have to do a move from the ring apron to the floor in order to win. Ishii is a big fan of apron spots. He even has a Top 3 all time favourite apron spots. His Top 3 apron spots are:

3. Akira Taue giving Kenta Kobashi the Dynamic Bomb from the apron to the floor (21st March, 1995).
2. Kenta Kobashi giving Jun Akiyama a Brainbuster from the apron to the floor (10th July, 2004).
1. Mitsuharu Misawa giving Kenta Kobashi the Tiger Suplex from the stage walk to the floor (1st March, 2003).

Amon Tsurumi decided that both rules will be used in a 2 out of 3 Falls match. Fall 1 will be HARASHIMA’s Feet Only Death Match and Fall 2 will use Ishii’s Cliff Death Match rules. The rules for a possible third fall will be created by Tsurumi the day before the show.

Tainted Eclipse
January 26th, 2014, 4:12 PM
Hahaha, Ishii having a "top 3 apron spot" list is the best thing ever.

April 29th, 2014, 7:55 AM
Interesting happenings

DDT “MAX BUMP 2014”, 29/04/2014
Tokyo Korakuen Hall
2,200 Fans – Super No Vacancy Full House

0. Exhibition Match: Hoshitango & Gota Ihashi defeated DJ Nira & Shun Miyatake when Hoshitango pinned Nira with the Midnight Buenos Aires (4:36).
1. Shunma Katsumata Re-Debut: Yukio Sakaguchi & Masa Takanashi defeated Guanchulo & Shunma Katsumata when Sakaguchi submitted Katsumata with a Rear Naked Choke (8:33).
2. Iron Man Heavymetalweight Title – Battle Royal: Sanshiro Takagi (c) defeated Shun Miyatake with the Spiccoli Driver (7:07).
Other Competitors: MIKAMI, Yasu Urano, Michael Nakazawa, Soma Takao, Kazuki Hirata, Snake Antonio, Toru Owashi and Super Sasadango Machine.
*V3 for Sanshiro Takagi. Yasu Urano wins Snake Antonio’s Right To Challenge Anytime, Anywhere Contract.
- Iron Man Heavymetalweight Title: Iron Man Belt defeated Sanshiro Takagi (c) by Pinfall (12:37 pm).
*Iron Man Belt becomes the 1,000th champion!
3. HARASHIMA & Tomomitsu Matsunaga defeated Konosuke Takeshita & Tetsuya Endo when HARASHIMA pinned Endo with the Somato (10:44).
*HARASHIMA wins Tetsuya Endo’s Right To Challenge Anytime, Anywhere Contract.
4. All Asia Tag Team Titles: Keisuke Ishii & Shigehiro Irie defeated Jun Akiyama & Yoshinobu Kanemaru (c) when Ishii pinned Kanemaru with a Brainbuster Cutback (11:41).
*Jun Akiyama & Yoshinobu Kanemaru fail in V4. Keisuke Ishii & Shigehiro Irie become the 94th All Asia Tag Team Champions!
5. KO-D 6-Man Tag Team Titles: Kota Ibushi, Kenny Omega & Daisuke Sasaki (c) defeated Danshoku Dino, Makoto Oishi & Yoshihiko when Sasaki pinned Oishi after the PK Mind Ω (18:45).
*V1 for The Golden Lovers.
6. KO-D Openweight Title: KUDO (c) defeated Akito with the Diving Double Knee Drop (24:26).
*V1 for KUDO.
7. KO-D Openweight Title: KUDO (c) defeated Yasu Urano with the Buzzsaw Kick (10:28).
*V2 for KUDO. Yasu Urano cashes in his Right To Challenge Anytime, Anywhere Contract.
-. Iron Man Heavymetalweight Title: Jun Akiyama defeated Iron Man Belt by Pinfall (c) (3:02 pm).
*Jun Akiyama becomes the 1,001st champion.

February 17th, 2015, 2:38 AM
Saitama Kasukabe Hall

1. KO-D Openweight Title: Kota Ibushi (c) Vs Yoshihiko

February 17th, 2015, 3:16 AM
Are you fucking kidding me? Ibushi's first defense is against his toughest rival? DDT going nuts with their booking!

February 17th, 2015, 3:19 AM
Well Ibushi was the one who nominated Yoshihiko as #1 contender. Gotta blame him.

February 17th, 2015, 3:22 AM
Ibushi is the very definition of a fighting champion then. Much respect to the man. I hope it works out ok for him, but Yoshihiko is probably looking to put in some work after Ibushi/Nakamura at the Dome.

February 17th, 2015, 3:24 AM
Yoshihiko showed the power tossing around Akebono. If Yoshihiko can do that to Akebono what about a smaller guy like Ibushi?

February 17th, 2015, 3:29 AM
Such a shame Ibushi is likely going to lose in his first defense. I really thought DDT was gonna strap he rocket to him. If he wins, it's gotta be by some kind of outside interference (Naito run-in?) or possibly even cheating.

February 17th, 2015, 3:34 AM
Maybe Yoshihiko's sister Akihiro will be overcome by jealousy and cost Yoshihiko the match

February 27th, 2015, 1:07 AM
I can't speak Japanese, but I can tell Yoshihiko cuts the promo of the year after attacking Ibushi post match


February 27th, 2015, 10:02 AM
How can Ibushi hope to defeat him?! He barely did it the last time, and Yoshihiko has only grown stronger since!

March 21st, 2015, 4:52 PM

Saitama Kasukabe Hall
1,344 Fans – Super No Vacancy Full House

0. Dark Match: Kazusada Higuchi & Kouki Iwasaki defeated Ryota Nakatsu & Kota Umeda when Higuchi submitted Umeda with the Canadian Backbreaker (8:17).
1. Yasu Urano & Akito defeated Tomoya & Shunma Katsumata when Akito pinned Katsumata with the Kinniku Big Move (10:01).
2. Danshoku Dino & Makoto Oishi defeated Daisuke Sasaki & Suguru Miyatake when Dino pinned Miyatake with the Gotch-Style Danshoku Driver (12:37).
3. Iron Man Heavymetalweight Title – Do It Or Die! – Special Single Match: Aja Kong (c) defeated Saki Akai with the Vertical Drop Brainbuster (7:13).
*V? for Aja Kong.
4. Teletama Presents 8-Man Tag Team Elimination Infomercial Match: Antonio Honda, Konosuke Takeshita, Tomomitsu Matsunaga & DJ Nira defeated Sanshiro Takagi, Toru Owashi, Kazuki Hirata & MIKAMI (11:36).
4a. DJ Nira eliminated MIKAMI by Ring Out (5:06).
4b. DJ Nira was eliminated by Ring Out (6:04).
4c. Kazuki Hirata eliminated Tomomitsu Matsunaga by Ring Out (6:16).
4d. Konosuke Takeshita eliminated Toru Owashi by Ring Out (9:00).
4e. Konosuke Takeshita eliminated Sanshiro Takagi by Ring Out (9:04).
4f. Konosuke Takeshita eliminated Kazuki Hirata with the Touchdown (11:36).
5. Eat Or Be Eaten! – Special Single Match: HARASHIMA defeated Tetsuya Endo with the Somato (16:30).
6. KO-D 6-Man Tag Team Titles: KUDO, Yukio Sakaguchi & Masa Takanashi defeated Keisuke Ishii, Shigehiro Irie & Soma Takao (c) when Takanashi pinned Takao with the Takatonic (14:22).
*Team Dream Futures fails in V1. Shuten-dōji becomes the 18th KO-D 6-Man Tag Team Champions!
7. KO-D Openweight Title: Kota Ibushi (c) defeated Yoshihiko with the Phoenix Splash (18:56).
*V1 for Kota Ibushi.

March 22nd, 2015, 3:41 PM

March 29th, 2015, 11:18 PM
Good stuff :yes:

March 30th, 2015, 7:27 PM

DDT “JUDGEMENT 2015”, 29/03/2015
Tokyo Korakuen Hall
2,200 Fans – Super No Vacancy Full House

0. King Of Dark Title: Gorgeous Matsuno defeated Gota Ihashi (c) with a Reverse Cross Armbreaker (4:09).
*D3 for Gota Ihashi.
1. Toru Owashi & Hoshitango defeated MIKAMI & Shunma Katsumata whn Owashi pinned Katsumata with the Nodowa Otoshi (7:49).
2. Next KO-D Tag Team Titles Challenger Final: Keisuke Ishii & Shigehiro Irie defeated KUDO & Yukio Sakaguchi when Irie pinned Sakaguchi with the Beast Bomber (10:00).
3. Sanshiro Takagi 20th Anniversary Falls Count Anywhere Match: Sanshiro Takagi & Jun Kasai defeated Kota Ibushi & Suguru Miyatake when Takagi pinned Miyatake with the Sit Down Himawari Bomb through a table (14:40).
4. DDT Extreme Title – Total Count Match: X=Shiori Asahi (c) (17) Vs Akito (17) ended in a draw (10:00).
4a. Sudden Death One Count Match: Akito defeated X=Shiori Asahi (c) with an Airplane Cradle (1:32).
*Shiori Asahi fails in V2. Akito becomes the 32nd DDT Extreme Champion!
5. Next KO-D Openweight Title Challenger And Right To Challenge Anytime, Anywhere Battle Royal: HARASHIMA defeated Konosuke Takeshita with the Somato (23:35).
5a. Right To Challenge King Of Dark Title: Tetsuya Endo (8:21).
5b. Right To Challenge Anytime, Anywhere 1: Yasu Urano (8:21).
5c. Right To Host Box Office: Masa Takanashi (11:13).
5d. Right To Challenge Anytime, Anywhere 2: Hiroshi Fukuda (13:02).
5e. Right To Challenge Anytime, Anywhere 3: Kazusada Higuchi (15:24).
5f. Right To Challenge Anytime, Anywhere 4: Antonio Honda (17:16).
6. KO-D Tag Team Titles: Daisuke Sekimoto & Yuji Okabayashi (c) defeated Danshoku Dino & Super Sasadango Machine when Okabayashi pinned Dino with the Konaki Golem Splash (16:10).
*V1 for Storng BJ.

Ibushi vs HARASHIMA on April 29th for the title