BASARA results for July 12, 2018

BASARA, 7/12/2018 [Thu] 19:00 @ Shinjuku FACE in Tokyo
360 Spectators

(1) Takumi Tsukamoto & Yasu Urano (FREE) vs. Takato Nakano & Akiyori Takizawa (ASUKA PRO)
Winner: Tsukamoto (10:44) with a Single Leg Crab on Nakano.
(2) Goma Ryu vs. Yoshihisa Uto (BJW)
Winner: Uto (5:41) following a Reverse Tiger Driver.
(3) Trans Am ★ Hiroshi, SAGAT & Yusuke Kubo vs. Fuminori Abe, Manabu Hara (FREE) & Takuya Nomura (BJW)
Winner: SAGAT (12:57) following the Gore Grind on Abe.

(4) Nombre Contra Nombre: Trans Am ★ Ryuichi (BJW) vs. Ryuji Sekine
~ If Ryuichi losses, he will be named Trans Am ★ Ryuji. If Sekine losses, he will have the Kanji in his first name changed from 龍一 to 龍二.
~ Special referee : Tsutomu Oosugi
Winner: Sekine (8:54) following the Ryu-Shuto.
~ Ryuichi will now have to go by Ryuji.
(5) Nombre Contra Nombre: Best Stretch Man V3 vs. Banana Senga
~ If V3 (Daichi Kazato) losses, he will be V3 for the rest of his career. If (Hercules) Senga losses he will be called Banana for the rest of his career.
~ Special referee : Tsutomu Oosugi
Winner: V3 (12:26) following an Explosion Axe Bomber.
~ Hercules Senga will be forced to remain as Banana Senga.

(6) Isami Kodaka Debut 16th Anniversary Tag Match: Isami Kodaka & Naomichi Marufuji (NOAH) vs. Ikuto Hidaka (ZERO1) & Minoru Fujita (FREE)
Winner: Hidaka (15:10) following the Iwami-Ginzan on Kodaka.

(7) Itadaki Tournament Final Match: FUMA vs. Ryota Nakatsu
Winner: Nakatsu (17:56) with the V Slider.
~ Nakatsu wins the Itdakai Tournament 2018.

~ Nakatsu earns the right to challenge Naoki Tanizaki for the Union MAX belt on September 21st at the Korakuen Hall.

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