NJPW, DDT, K-DOJO & Michinoku results for July 14, 2012

NJPW “40th Anniversary Tour KIZUNA ROAD”, 7/14/2012 [Sat] 18:00 @ Kutchan Town General Gymnasium in Hokkaido 550 Spectators (1) Wataru Inoue vs. Hiromu Takahashi ◆Winner: Inoue (6:53) with a German Suplex Hold. (2) Jushin Thunder Liger, Tiger Mask IV & Maximo [CMLL] vs. Low Ki, Rocky Romero & Alex Koslov … Continue reading

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[All Japan News] All Japan has released the very first look at the Japanese born Chinese Martial Artist Andy Woo (Hm, Japanese born/Chinese style Martial Artist fits the bill of a certain All Japan trainee.. *wink wink*). The mysterious Andy Woo will be representing China in the upcoming JUNIOR HYPER … Continue reading

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[NOAH News] There was a quick press conference held at the NOAH office in Ariake for the two recently added matches for the 7.22 show. The two matches being Atsushi Kotoge vs. Kota Ibushi and Taiji Ishimori vs. Masahiro “Masa” Takanashi. Kotoge and Ibushi will face off for the first … Continue reading

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[K-DOJO News] It has been made official that Kengo Mashimo will be defending the CHAMPION OF STRONGEST-K against Daisuke Sekimoto on August 22nd at the Tokyo Shinjuku FACE. Mashimo has had some tough challenges during his current record setting reign, but this match against Sekimoto should prove to be the … Continue reading

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[NJPW News/Event Update] New Japan announced the full event card for the “Last Rebellion” event on July 29th. Among the previously announced IWGP Jr. Title match between Low Ki and Kota Ibushi, it has been announced that Prince Devitt will headline the show as he defends the CMLL/NWA Historic Middleweight … Continue reading

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[NOAH News] NOAH announced the final 2 matches that will fill out the “GREAT VOYAGE 2012 in RYOGOKU” show coming up on July 22nd. After a week that Kota Ibushi was announced to be apart of the show a challenger has finally been decided in Atsushi Kotoge. Kotoge has shown … Continue reading