BJW results for April 8, 2017

BJW “Ikkitosen ~ DeathMatch Survivor Final”, 4/8/2017 [Sat] 18:30 @ Sasukino Mars Gym in Hokkaido

(1) Ikkiosen Semi-final ~ Flourescent Light Clock Stand & Flourescent Light TV Tower DeathMatch: (A BLOCK #1) Isami Kodaka vs. (B BLOCK #2) Jaki Numazawa
Winner: Kodaka (6:10) with a European Clutch
(2) Ikkiosen Semi-final ~ Barbed-wire Board & Bring Your Own Weapons DeathMatch: (B BLOCK #1) Masaya Takahashi vs. (A BLOCK #2) Kenji Fukimoto
Winner: Takahashi (10:06) with a Jack Hammer

(3) Ryota Hama & Kazumi Kikuta vs. Yasufumi Nakanoue & Yuya Aoki
Winner: Kikuta (6:49) with a Diving Foot Stomp on Aoki
(4) Abdullah Kobayashi, Tsutomu Oosugi & Hercules Senga vs. Tatsuhiko Yoshino, Shu & Kei Brahman
Winner: Kobayashi (8:57) over Yoshino
(5) Hardcore 6 Man Tag Match: Ryuji Ito, Kankuro Hoshino & Takayuki Ueki vs. Yuko Miyamoto, Masashi Takeda & Takumi Tsukamoto
Winner: Miyamoto (13:16) with a Fire Thunder using a chair on Ueki
(6) Ryuichi Kawakami & Manabu Soya (W-1) vs. Daichi Hashimoto & Hideyoshi Kamitani
Winner: Kawakami (13:23) with a Hurricane Driver on Kamitani
(7) Daisuke Sekimoto, Yuji Okabayashi & Kazuki Hashimoto vs. Hideki Suzuki, Yoshihisa Uto & Takuya Nomura
Winner: Suzuki (16:53) with a Double Arm Suplex on Hashimoto

(8) Ikkitosen Final ~ Fluorescent Light-tube 300 Count Death Match: Masaya Takahashi vs. Isami Kodaka
Winner: Takahashi (13:49) with a Jack Hammer
~ Takahashi wins the Ikkitosen 2017

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