BJW results for March 19, 2017

BJW “Ikkitosen ~ DeathMatch Survivor ~ BIG JAPAN FULL METAL”, 3/19/2017 [Sun] 13:00 @ Hakata StarLanes in Fukuoka
429 Spectators (crowded)

(1) Kazuki Hashimoto & Yuya Aoki vs. Tatsuhiko Yoshino & Kazumi Kikuta
Winner: Yoshino (6:34) with a Modified Crossface Lock on Yuya.
(2) Daichi Hashimoto, Hideyoshi Kamitani & Ryuichi Sekine vs. Ryota Hama, Yasufumi Nakanoue & Takuya Nomura
Winner: Daichi (12:32) following a Shining Wizard on Takuya.

(3) Ikkiosen A Block ~ Barbed-wire Board & Bring Your Own Weapons DeathMatch: Kenji Fukimoto vs. Takumi Tsukamoto
Winner: Fukimoto (11:04) following the Package Driver.
~ Fukimoto [1 win, 2 losses = 2 points]
~ Tsukamoto [1 win, 2 losses = 2 points]
(4) Ikkiosen B Block ~ W Board DeathMatch: Yuko Miyamoto vs. Ryuichi Sekine
Winner: Sekine (12:41) following the Ryu Shooto.
~ Sekine [1 win, 2 losses = 2 points]
~ Miyamoto [2 wins, 2 losses = 4 points]

(5) Daisuke Sekimoto & Yuji Okabayashi vs. Hideki Suzuki & Yoshihisa Uto
Winner: Sekimoto (11:38) with a German Suplex Hold on Uto.
(6) Hardcore 6 Man Tag Match: Abdullah Kobayashi, Ryuji Ito & Takayuki Ueki vs. Jaki Numazawa, Minoru Fujita (FREE) & Toshiyuki Sakuda
Winner: Fujita (13:49) with a Wrist Clutch style Small Package on Ueki.

(7) Ikkiosen B Block ~ Iron Cage & Fluorescent Lights DeathMatch: Masashi Takeda vs. Masaya Takahashi
Winner: Takeda (12:47) following the Reverse U Crash.
~ Takeda [3 wins, 1 loss = 6 points]
~ Masaya [2 wins, 1 loss = 4 points]

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