BJW results for March 8, 2017

BJW “Ikkitosen ~ DeathMatch Survivor”, 3/8/2017 [Wed] 19:00 @ Shinkiba 1stRING in Tokyo
290 Spectators (overcrowded)

(1) Atsushi Maruyama (FREE) & Takumi Tsukamoto (BASARA) vs. Tatsuhiko Yoshino & Yuya Aoki
Winner: Tsukamoto (8:50) following a Fisherman Buster on Yuya.
(2) Ryuichi Kawakami & Kazumi Kikuta vs. Kazuki Hashimoto & Takuya Nomura
Winner: Kawkami (8:51) with a V1 Armlock on Takuya.
(3) Tsutomu Oosugi, Hercules Senga & Kankuro Hoshino vs. Abdullah Kobayashi, Shu & Kei Brahman
Winner: Hoshino (8:50) with a Tornado Clutch on Kei.
(4) Jaki Numazawa & Yuko Miyamoto (666) vs. Masaya Takahashi (ASUKA) & Toshiyuki Sakuda
Winner: Miyamoto (5:13) with a Boston Crab on Sakuda.
(5) Daisuke Sekimoto, Yuji Okabayashi & Yasufumi Nakanoue (FREE) vs. Daichi Hashimoto, Hideyoshi Kamitani & Yoshihisa Uto
Winner: Daichi (10:27) following the Karyudo on Nakanoue.

(6) Ikkitosen B Block ~ TLC Kenzan DeathMatch: Masashi Takeda (FREE) vs. Ryuichi Sekine (BASARA)
Winner: Takeda (10:30) following a U-Crash onto a chair.
~ Takeda [1 win, 1 loss = 2 points]
~ Sekine [1 loss = 0 points]
(7) Ikkitosen A Block ~ Bring Your Own Weapons DeathMatch: Kenji Fukimoto (FREEDOMS) vs. Takayuki Ueki
Winner: Ueki (9:29) following a DDT onto a hotplate.
~ Ueki (1 win = 2 points)
~ Fukimoto (2 losses = 0 points)
(8) Ikkitosen A Block ~ Fluorecent Light-tube Scaffold DeathMatch: Ryuji Ito vs. Isami Kodaka (BASARA)
Winner: Isami (13:53) following a Diving Double Knee Drop from off the scaffold.
~ Isami (2 wins = 4 points)
~ Ito (1 loss = 0 points)

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