BASARA results for April 7, 2018

BASARA, 4/7/2018 [Sat] 18:00 @ Oji BASEMENT MON☆STAR in Tokyo

(1) BASARA’s 12.12.12. (12 Min. Match): Takumi Tsukamoto vs. Akiyori Takizawa (ASUKA)
Winner: Tsukamoto (6:37) with a Backslide.
(2) BASARA’s 12.12.12. (12 Min. Match): FUMA vs. Takato Nakano
Winner: FUMA (8:09) following a JAWBREAKER.
(3) BASARA’s 12.12.12. (12 Min. Match): Yasu Urano (FREE) vs. Yusuke Kubo
Winner: Urano (11:31) following a Tombstone Piledriver.

(4) Best Stretch Man V3 & Best Stretch Man Amazon vs. Hercules Senga & Ryu Goma
Winner: Best Stretch V3 (7:06) following the Double Stretch Kick on Goma.

(5) BASARA’s 12.12.12. (12 Min. Match): Isami Kodaka vs. Manabu Hara (FREE)
Winner: DRAW (12:00) Time Expired.
(6) BASARA’s 12.12.12. (12 Min. Match): Ryuichi Sekine vs. Tank Nagai (K-DOJO)
Winner: Tank (10:20) following a Diving Senton.
(7) BASARA’s 12.12.12. (12 Min. Match): SAGAT vs. Ryota Nakatsu
Winner: SAGAT (10:42) following the Gore Grind.

~ Upcoming…

BASARA, 4/20/2018 [Fri] 19:30 @ Shinkiba 1stRING in Tokyo

~ currently nothing listed

BASARA, 5/3/2018 [Thu] 18:30 @ Korakun Hall in Tokyo

(-) Ryuichi Sekine & Ryota Nakatsu vs. Ikuto Hidaka (ZERO1) & Minoru Fujita (FREE)
(-) Count Down to Extinction ~ Hardcore Tag Match: FUMA & SAGAT vs. Jun Kasai (FREEDOMS) & Kunso (DOVE)

(-) Union MAX & DOVE World Heavyweight Double Championship Match: [9th MAX Champion] Isami Kodaka (6th title defense) vs. [10th DOVE Champion] Naoki Tanizaki (1st title defense)

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