ZERO1 results for November 23, 2017

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

(1) Sean Guinness & Shoji Fukushima vs. Tatsuhito Takaiwa & Yoya Iwasaki
Winner: Fukushima (13:53) via pin-fall on Iwasaki.

(2) Furinkazan Semi-final Match: Yusaku Obata & Yuko Miyamoto (666) vs. Ikuto Hidaka & Takuya Sugawara
Winner: Miyamoto (9:45) via pin-fall on Hidaka.
~ Obata & Miyamoto move on the main event final.

(3) Furinkazan Semi-final Match: Shogun Okamoto & Yutaka Yoshie (both FREE) vs. Kohei Sato & Hideki Suzuki (FREE)
Winner: Yoshie (10:53) with the Flying Sausage on Kohei.
~ Okamoto & Yoshie with the win over the IC Tag Champs as they move on the final match against Obata & Miyamoto.

(4) Hartley Jackson vs. Yoshikazu Yokoyama
Winner: Hartley (8:44) with a Diving Elbow Drop.

(5) UN Heavyweight championship Match: [29th Champion] Super Tiger (RJPW) vs. [Challenger] KAMIKAZE
Winner: Tiger (10:41) with a Chicken Wing Face Lock.
~ 1st successful title defense.
~ Hartley Jackson assaulted the champion after the match.

(6) Shinjiro Otani, Daiki Inaba (W-1) & Tsugataka Sato (W-1) vs. Masato Tanaka, Isami Kodaka (BASARA) & TARU
Winner: Tanaka (13:36) following the Slidng D on Tsugataka.
~ Yuji Hino was revealed as the latest member of the Voodoo Murders.

(7) Furinkazan Final Match: Yusaku Obata & Yuko Miyamoto (666) vs. Shogun Okamoto & Yutaka Yoshie (both FREE)
Winner: Okamoto (17:08) following a Backdrop on Obata.
~ Okamoto & Yoshie win the Furinkazan Tag 2017.
~ The two will go on to challenge Kohei & Hideki for the IC Tag belts on 12/1 at the Korakuen Hall.

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