ZERO1 results for November 13, 2017

ZERO1 “Furinkazan Tag Tournament 2017”, 11/13/2017 [Mon] @ Shinkiba 1stRING in Tokyo
146 Spectators

(1) Shinjiro Otani vs. Yowa Iwasaki
Winner: Otani (11:55) with a Dojime Sleeper Hold.
(2) Ikuto Hidaka vs. Shoji Fukushima
Winner: Hidaka (11:55) with a Key Lock.
(3) 4vs4 Elimination: Super Tiger, Shogun Okamoto, Sean Guinness & SUGI vs. TARU, KAMIKAZE, Hartley Jackson & Takuya Sugawara
~ Order of eliminations
~ TARU (8:41) via pin-fall from Guinness, Super Tiger (10:10) with a Fisherman’s Suplex Hold from KAMIKAZE, KAMIKAZE (10:59) sent over the top rope by Okamoto, Sugawara (12:05) with an Ultra Rana from SUGI, SUGI (12:29) following a Lariat from Hartley, Guinness (13:43) following a Diving Elbow Drop from Hartley.
Winner: Okamoto (15:59) following a Backdrop on Hartley.

(4) Furikanzan 2nd Round Match: Kohei Sato & Hideki Suzuki vs. Tatsuhito Takaiwa & Yoshikazu Yokoyama
Winner: Hideki (16:43) with a Manjigatame on Takaiwa.
~ Kohei & Hideki move on to the semi-finals.

(5) Furikanzan 2nd Round Match: Yusaku Obata & Yuko Miyamoto vs. Masato Tanaka & Isami Kodaka
Winner: Obata (19:36) following a Diving Double Knee Dro on Tanaka.
~ Obata & Miyamoto move on to the semi-finals.


ZERO1 “Furinkazan Tag Tournament 2017”, 11/17/2017 [Fri] 18:30 @ Shiraishi City White Cube

() Tatsuhito Takaiwa vs. Sean Guinness vs. SUGI
() Yoshikazu Yokoyama vs. Hartley Jackson
() Kohei Sato & Shoji Fukushima vs. Yusaku Obata &  Yowa Iwasaki
() Furikanzan 2nd Round Match: Daiki Inaba & Tsugataka Sato vs. Ikuto Hidaka & Takuya Sugawara
() Shinjiro Otani, Yutaka Yoshie & Shogun Okamoto vs. Masato Tanaka, TARU & KAMIKAZE

ZERO1 “Furinkazan Tag Tournament 2017”, 11/23/2017 [Thu] 18:00 @ Korakuen Hall in Tokyo

() Furinkazan Semi-final Match: Shogun Okamoto & Yutaka Yoshie vs. Kohei Sato & Hideki Suzuki
() Furinkazan Semi-final Match: Yusaku Obata & Yuko Miyamoto vs. (winner of 11/17)

() Furinkazan Final Match:

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