ZERO1 results for February 26, 2017

ZERO1 / Cho-Hanabi “Shinsei ZERO1 Dream Series Hakai no Jin”, 2/26/2017 [Sun] 13:00 @ Esforta Arena Hachioji

(1) Ikuto Hidaka vs. Kotaro Suzuki (FREE) vs. Sean Guinness
Winner: Kotaro (10:21) following the Endless Waltz on Guinness.
(2) Marvelous Offer Match: Rin Kadokura vs. Mio Momono
Winner: Kadokura (12:13) via pin-fall.
(3) Yoshikazu Yokohama vs. Chris Orndorff
Winner: Yokoyama (7:58) following a Death Valley Bomb.
(4) Masato Tanaka vs. James Raideen
Winner: Tanaka (12:11) with a Crucifix Hold.
(5) Shinjiro Otani  & Shogun Okamoto (FREE) vs. Kohei Sato & Yasaku Obata
Winner: Obata (18:04) following a Diving Double Knee Drop on Otani.
(6) Electric Current Blast 6 Person Tag Match: Chigusa Nagayo, Takumi Iroha & Nyla Rose vs. TARU, Hartley Jackson & Takuya Sugawara
Winner: TARU (16:41) following a Blast Bat Strike on Iroha.

(7) Bakuha-oh (Blast King) Championship ~ Electric Current Blast Death Match: [5th Champion] Masakatsu Funaki (FREE) vs. [Challenger] Atsushi Onita
Winner: Onita (10:10) following a Blast Bat Strike.
~ Champion falls on his 2nd defense. Onita becomes the 6th champion.


“Shinsei ZERO1 Dream Series ~ Raising an Army ~ 16th Anniversary Show”, 3/2/2017 [Thu] 18:45 @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo

(-) Chris Orndorff vs. Takuya Nomura
(-) Shinjiro Otani & Tatsuhito Takaiwa vs. Kotaro Suzuki & Takuya Sugawara
(-) Kohei Sato & Hideki Suzuki vs. Yuji Okabayashi & James Raideen

(-) NWA International Light Tag Championship Match: [23rd Champions] Isami Kodaka & Takumi Tsukamoto (both BASARA) vs. [Challengers] Koji Kanemoto & Minoru Tanaka (both FREE)
~ 1st title defense.

(-) NWA UN Heavyweight Championship Match: [Champion] Hartley Jackson vs. [Challenger] Sean Guinness

(-) NWA Intercontinental Tag Championship Match: [34th Champions] Akebono & Shogun Okamoto vs. [Challengers] Yusaku Obata & KAI
~ 1st title defense.

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