BJW results for June 28, 2017

BJW, 6/28/2017 [Wed] 18:30 @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo

~ A memorial 10 count was held for Mr. Pogo before the start of the show.

(1) Tsutomu Oosugi, Hercules Senga & Kankuro Hoshino vs. Minoru Fujita, Shu & Kei Brahman
Winner: Oosugi (9:27) with a Backslide on Kei.
(2) Barbed-wire Board Death Match: Masaya Takahashi, Takayuki Ueki & Toshiyuki Sakuda vs. Jaki Numazawa, Masashi Takeda & Takumi Tsukamoto
Winner: Takeda (13:14) following the Reverse U-Crash on Sakuda onto the barbed-wire board.
~ Masaya vs. Ueki for the Death Match Heavy was announced as the main event of the Ryogoku show.
(3) Daisuke Sekimoto & Yuji Okabayashi vs. Tatsuhiko Yoshino & Takuya Nomura
Winner: Sekimoto (11:02) with a Boston Crab on Takuya.
(4) Ryota Hama, Yasufumi Nakanoue & Yuya Aoki vs. Kohei Sato, Daichi Hashimoto & Hideyoshi Kamitani
Winner: Daichi (16:34) following a Shining Wizard on Yuya.
~ Both Hama and Nakanoue will officially be joining the Big Japan roster as of July 1.

(5) 1st BJW Junior Heavyweight Championship League Match: Kazuki Hashimoto vs. Shinobu
Winner: Kazuki (12:56) with Kibaka Shin’uchi (?).
~ Kazuki [4 wins, 1 loss = 8 points]
~ Shinobu [3 wins, 2 losses = 6 points]
~ Kazuki secures the #1 spot, as the final match to decided the first ever champion will thus be a rematch between this two on July 17.

(6) Hideki Suzuki & Yoshihisa Uto vs. Ryuichi Kawakami & Kazumi Kikuta
Winner: Hideki (14:50) with a Dragon Suplex Hold on Kikuta.
~ Hideki stated that he aimed to make the World Strong match as the main event of the show, but the fans did not vote it that way. Though he aims to walk out as the reigning champion.
~ Kawakami stated that he will take the World Strong belt from the  Hideki. That he is training and aims to give it his all as he looks to return the belt back to Big Japan.

(7) BJW Tag Next Challenger Team Decision  Death Match: Yuko Miyamoto & Isami Kodaka vs. Abdullah Kobayashi & Ryuji Ito
Winner: Kobayashi (18:07) with a Diving Baka Chinga Elbow on Miyamoto.
~ Kobayashi asked Sekimoto and Okabayashi if their chops hurt worse than a fluorescent light or a nail board to a lariat. That the question remains as to who is truly the strongest in either the strong or the death side. That there is a split in the promotion between the Deathmatch side and Strong BJ, but they are willing to compete for the titles with pro-wrestling rules. This will be a match pitting strong vs. death, but they will show that there is more to them than just the hardcore.

~ All the matches have been announced for the Ryogoku show on July 17.

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Upcoming…

BJW, 7/1/2017 [Sat] 18:00 @ Niigata City Nishikawa Multi-purpose Hall

(1) Kazumi Kikuta vs. Yuya Aoki
(2) Kazuki Hashimoto & Takuya Nomura vs. Tatsuhiko Yoshino & Makoto Maeda (Niigata Pro)
(3) Masaya Takahashi & Takayuki Ueki vs. Masashi Takeda & Toshiyuki Sakuda
(4) Abdullah Kobayashi & Ryuji Ito vs. Jaki Numazawa & Kankuro Hoshino
(5) Ryota Hama & Yasufumi Nakanoue vs. Hideyoshi Kamitani & Big THE Ryokan (Niigata Pro)
(6) Daisuke Sekimoto, Yuji Okabayashi & Yoshihisa Uto vs. Shigeno Shima (Niigata Pro), Ryuichi Kawakami & Daichi Hashimoto

BJW, 7/2/2017 [Sun] 16:00 @ New Sunpia Takasaki in Gunma

(1) Kazuki Hashimoto & Yuya Aoki vs. Tatsuhiko Yoshino & Takuya Nomura
(2) Shuji Ishikawa & MAZADA vs. Masashi Takeda & Toshiyuki Sakuda
(3) Ryoji Sai, Shigeno Shima & Kazumi Kikuta vs. Rikiya Fudo, Daichi Hashimoto & Hideyoshi Kamitani
(4) Hideki Suzuki & Yoshihisa Uto vs. Ryuichi Kawakami & Yasufumi Nakanoue
(5) Daisuke Sekimoto & Yuji Okabayashi vs. Ryota Hama & Shogun Okamoto
(6) Death Match: Masaya Takahashi, Jaki Numazawa & Kankuro Hoshino vs. Takayuki Ueki, Abdullah Kobayashi & Ryuji Ito

BJW, 7/8/2017 [Sat] 18:00 @ Kumamoto Mori Toshin Plaza Hall

(1) Kazuki Hashimoto & Takuya Nomura vs. Takumi Tsukamoto & Tatsuhiko Yoshino
(2) Tsutomu Oosugi & Hercules Senga vs. Shu & Kei Brahman
(3) Yasufumi Nakanoue & Yuya Aoki vs. Yoshihisa Uto & Kazumi Kikuta
(4) Daisuke Sekimoto, Yuji Okabayashi & Ryota Hama vs. Ryuichi Kawakami, Daichi Hashimoto & Hideyoshi Kamitani
(5) Death Match: Masaya Takahashi & Takayuki Ueki vs. Jaki Numazawa & Masashi Takeda
(6) Death Match: Abdullah Kobayashi, Ryuji Ito & Toshiyuki Sakuda vs. Yuko Miyamoto, Isami Kodaka & Kankuro Hoshino

BJW ~RYOGOKUTAN~, 7/17/2017 [Mon] 15:00 @ Ryogoku Kokugikan in Tokyo

(1) Kota Sekifuda’s Return Match: Kota Sekifuda & Yuya Aoki vs. Ryuichi Sekine & Tatsuhiko Yoshino
(2) Special 6 Man Tag Match: Great Kojika, Tsutomu Oosugi & Hercules Senga vs. Kendo Kashin, Shu & Kei Brahman
(3) Special Tag Match: Masakatsu Funaki & Kazumi Kikuta vs. Yoshihisa Uto & Takuya Nomura

(4) Concrete Block Tag Deathmatch: Jaki Numazawa & Masashi Takeda vs. Minoru Fujita & Kankuro Hoshino
(5) Deathmatch: Yuko Miyamoto & Isami Kodaka vs. Takumi Tsukamoto & Toshiyuki Sakuda

(6) First BJW Junior Heavyweight Championship Decision Match: (Jr League #1) Kazuki Hashimoto vs. (Jr League #2) Shinobu

(7) Yokohama Shopping Street 6 Tag Championship Match: [10th Champions] Ryota Hama, Yasufumi Nakanoue & Shogun Okamoto vs. [Challengers] Kohei Sato, Daichi Hashimoto & Hideyoshi Kamitani
~ 1st title defense.

(8) BJW World Strong Heavyweight Championship Match: [10th Champion] Hideki Suzuki vs. [Challenger] Ryuichi Kawakami
~ 3rd title defense.

(9) BJW Tag Championship Match: [43rd Champions] Daisuke Sekimoto & Yuji Okabayashi vs. [Challengers] Abdullah Kobayashi & Ryuji Ito
~ 5th title defense.

(10) BJW DeathMatch Heavyweight Championship Match: [35th Champion] Masaya Takahashi vs. [Challenger] Takayuki Ueki
~ 2nd title defense.

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I have been following Japanese Pro Wrestling for 20 years now and I have also been doing some form of covering it either in news or results for nearly 15 years as well. I got my start in promotions like AJPW, NJPW, FMW and Michinoku Pro. With All Japan being my go to promotion till this very day. Throughout the years I have followed All Japan more closely than any of the others out there, and thus I have taken it upon myself to keep people informed with what is happening all throughout sport in Japan. If it does not appear on the news feed I either do not follow it closely enough to relate the information or it just not my go to promotion in general. Follow Puroresu Spirit, which is my personal site, as I do my best to keep you all informed with what is happening in the land of the rising sun.
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