K-DOJO results for February 11, 2017

KAIENTAI DOJO “CLUB-K 3000”, 2/11/2017 [Sat] 18:30 @ Blue Field in Chiba

(1) Kaji Tomato, Yuma & Bambi vs. Ricky Fuji, Malik & ERINA
Winner: Kaji (7:42) following a Dropkick on ERINA.
~ Kaji and Yuma vs Hayato “Jr” Fujita and Kenon was announced for the 2/26 show.

(2) Shiori Asahi vs. Kotaro Yoshino vs. Kunio Toshima
Winner: Yoshino (14:43) with a School Boy on Toshima.
(3) Ayato Yoshida & Dinosaur Takuma vs. Daigoro Kashiwa & Marines Mask
Winner: Dinosaur (12:00) with the Scary Lock on Marines.
(4) Masamune (FREE) vs. GO Asakawa
Winner: Masamune (11:01) with the Honebami.

(5) CHAMPION OF ST-K Prelude: Kengo Mashimo & Ayumu Honda vs. Taishi Takizawa & Yoshihiro Horaguchi
Winner: Ayumu (12:09) with a Jumping Rolling Cross Armbar on Horaguchi.

(6) CHAMPION OF ST-K TAG Prelude: Kyu Mogami vs. Tank Nagai
Winner: Tank (15:34) following a Diving Senton.



KAIENTAI DOJO “CLUB-K in TKP Garden City Chiba”, 2/26/2016 [Sun] 13:00 @ TKP Garden City Chiba

() H2 (Happy & High Tension) vs BADBOY Tag Match: Kaji Tomato & Yuma vs. Hayato “Jr” Fujita (MichiPro) & Kengo (FREE)

() Independent World Junior Heavyweight Championship Match: [Champion] Shiori Asahi vs. [Challenger] SUSHI

() STRONGEST-K TAG Championship Match: [Champions] Ayato Yoshida & Kyu Mogami vs. [Challengers] Tank Nagai & Yuki Sato

() CHAMPION OF STRONGEST-K Match: [Champion] Kengo Mashimo vs. [Challenger] Taishi Takizawa

KAIENTAI DOJO “CLUB-K in KITASENJU”, 3/20/2017 [Mon] 12:00 @ Kitasenju Theater 1010 in Tokyo

() UWA World Middleweight Championship Match: [Champion] Ayumu Honda vs. [Challenger] Shinichiro Tominag

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