Kyushu Pro results for March 11, 2018

Kyushu Pro-Wrestling “Kinniku-Tobiume ’18”, 3/12/2018 [Sun] @ Fukuoka Prefecture ACROS Event Hall

(1) Junji Tanaka vs. Asosan
Winner: Asosan (6:16) with a Sasorigatame.
(2) Batten x BuraBura vs. Hibiscus Mii (Ryukyu Dragon)
Winner: Mii (8:47) with a Quesadora.
(3) Mentai ☆ Kid & Naoki Sakurajima vs. Hitamaru Sasaki & Minoru Fujita (FREE)
Winner: Mentai (11:23) with the Mentai Splash on Fujita.

(4) Kyushu Pro Tag Championship Match: [3rd Champions] Ryota Chikuzen & Yuji Hino (FREE) vs. [Challengers] Kodai Nozaki & GAINA (FREE)
Winner: Chikuzen (16:59) with the Massugu-Tobubai! on Nozaki.
~ 1st successful title defense.

(5) Kyushu Pro Championship Match: [5th Champion] Kazuaki Mihara (FREE) vs. [Challenger] Genkai
Winner: Genkai (22:18) following the Genkai-nada.
~ Champion falls on his 2nd title defense. Genkai becomes the 6th champion.
~ Mentai ☆ Kid appeared to challenge Genkai, as he called out for the challenge to take place at the Fukuoka International Center on July 7. Genkai refused to shake hands with Mentai though he raised the belt to assert himself as the reigning champion.

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