BJW results for March 12, 2017

BJW “Ikkitosen ~ DeathMatch Survivor ~ Hiroshima Dai Nekkyo”, 3/12/2017 [Sun] 17:00 @ Hiroshima Prefectural Industrial Hall, East Hall

(1) Toshiyuki Sakuda & Takuya Nomura vs. Tatushiko Yoshino & Yuya Aoki
Winner: Sakuda (9:51) with a Lionsault on Yuya.
(2) Abdullah Kobayashi, Tsutomu Oosugi & Hercules Senga vs. Shu Brahman, Kei Brahman & Masashi Takeda (all FREE)
Winner: Kobayashi (8:42) with a Gannosuke Clutch on Kei.
(3) Ryuichi Kawakami, Yoshihisa Uto & Kazumi Kikuta vs. Ryota Hama (FREE), Yasufumi Nakanoue (FREE) & Kauki Hashimoto
Winner: Nakanoue (8:56) following a Diving Elbow Drop on Kikuta.

(4) BJW Tag Championship Match: [43rd Champions] Daisuke Sekimoto & Yuji Okabayashi vs. [Challengers] Daichi Hashimoto & Hideyoshi Kamitani
Winner: Sekimoto (12:31) with a Ground Cobra Twist Hold on Kamitani.
~ 1st successful title defense.

(5) Ikkiosen B Block ~ Scramble Bunkhouse Audience Brings The Weapons DeathMatch: Yuko Miyamoto (666) vs. Kankuro Hoshino
Winner: Miyamoto (13:28) with a Moonsault Press.
~ Miyamoto [1 win = 2 points]
~ Hoshino [1 win, 2 losses = 2 points]
(6) Ikkiosen B Block ~ Thumbtack DeathMatch: Jaki Numazawa vs. Masaya Takahashi (ASUKA)
Winner: Masaya (10:51) with a Jackhammer onto thumbtacks.
~ Masaya [1 win = 2 points]
~ Numazawa [1 win, 2 losses = 2 points]
(7) Ikkiosen A Block ~ Chair Murder Match ~ Maximum Full Chair DeathMatch: Ryuji Ito vs. Takayuki Ueki
Winner: Ito (13:30) with the Dragon Splash.
~ Ito [1 win, 1 loss = 2 points]
~ Ueki [1 win, 1 loss = 2 points]

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