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Topic Started: Feb 22 2015, 12:36 AM (663 Views)
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WORLDS COLLIDING TOKYO DOME SHOW!






[LIVE AND TAPED]

Tokyo Dome

Tokyo, Japan

Attendance: 55,000 out of 55,000 seats. [SOLD OUT!]

2/21/2015






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The opening contest featured four people poised to ascend to the top of Glory For Puroresu’s Junior Division. As expected the action was fast paced. Date Sakuraba and Candy Mitsuyoshi shined above Yuji Shibata and Caillie Thibedeau. Yuji wrestled stiff but wasn’t much of a factor in this one. There was a notable spot where Caillie attempted to dive off the top rope but was caught and dropped for a spine buster by Candy. While Candy had her Sparkling Crab locked on Caillie - Sakuraba kicked Candy in face with a DK for the pin! Securing himself a future contendership against whoever out of Levi Chambers and Night Train Ayano won the Junior Championship.


WINNER AND #1 RANKED JUNIOR THRONE CONTENDER - DATE SAKURABA (12:29)


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Per HAN’s orders the referee had to tie the left arm of Yuji Hirota behind his back - as this was being done Scarlet Flint chuckled at him handing her World Extreme Championship off to the referee.. It was another one of HAN’s ways to get at Yuji. Prior to the match HAN grabbed a microphone shouting in Japanese that Hirota was nothing more than a “worthless shrimp Junior Heavyweight that he never should have given the privilege of wrestling in the Tokyo Dome.” This lit a fire in Yuji to no avail.


Scarlet charged straight for Yuji hitting him in the chin with a palm strike! She then grabbed hold of him planting him face first into the canvas with a reverse STO for a combination she called the Power Shift! For the next ten minutes Scarlet would proceed to torture Hirota planting stiff kicks into his stomach, even managing to plant Yuji down with a surprise northern lights suplex! At the end of the match HAN ordered Scarlet to “finish him off” then walked up the Tokyo Dome convinced that it was over…..


…...until Yuji somehow managed to wiggle out of the cloth that had his left arm tied! Scarlet didn’t notice as she spun around….Yuji caught the spinning backfist attempt from Scarlet and lifted her up dropping her on her neck with Deus Ex Machina for the pin! Yuji somehow defied the odds this go around! Also picking up the World Extreme Championship due to the rule that anyone who pins the champion becomes the champion! Yuji grabbed his new title making his way up the ramp slowly with the crowd solidly behind him!


WINNER AND NEW WORLD EXTREME CHAMPION - YUJI HIROTA (16:02)


POST MATCH SEGMENT: As Yuji had a HUGE smile on his face due to the massive win he picked up he was walking through the curtain to make his way to the dressing area he was slugged in the head by….HAN HIMSELF?! HAN had nothing but a T shirt and sweat pants on now. Dressed to ambush. He kneed the new Extreme Champion in the stomach multiple times before hitting a double underhook DDT on Yuji! Dropping his head onto the hard floor! HAN then said “YOU! ME! NEXT MONTH!” This came as a shock to the fans. HAN was coming out of retirement to teach Hirota a lesson. While Yuji slowly started to get up HAN nodded to his right - BARRY COPPER came into view! He wrapped his hands around the neck of Hirota - lifting him up and slamming him down on the floor with a chokebomb before dropping down to pin him as HAN counted himself (opting not to wait for a referee!) Barry Copper was the brand new World Extreme Champion!


WINNER AND NEW WORLD EXTREME CHAMPION - BARRY COPPER

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Barry Copper was seen making his way down to the ring of the Tokyo Dome with Alex Karlson closely behind him. Copper shot a crazed glare out to the Japanese people which made them feel uncomfortable. Rin and Flame made individual entrances. In the early goings of the match HAN’s brand new select bodyguard Barry Copper showcased his brute strength grabbing Flame by the arm and nearly decapitating him by pulling him in for a short arm clothesline! From there the match kicked off. Every single time Karlson attempted to help Barry the Extreme Champ cut him off - it then became obvious to everyone that Barry Copper was a loose cannon. He lifted Rin up in guerilla press position and dropped him down on his knee hard!


…...one that could scare anyone….


….except Flame!


The legend, the Blazin’ one took his iconic offense to Copper - taking him down with a fireball! Copper fell straight on his back. Flame then ran the ropes landing his feet on the second rope and pushing himself back to land a springboard moonsault! From there Flame hopped to the top rope and flipped off for the Fire Star Press getting a near fall but was pulled off by Karlson! Alex wanted to win his first throne in the promotion badly!


Rin chopped Alex in the neck in an eerie - weird way to stun him before hitting the Code of Silence a standing sliced bread on him! Flame and Rin managed to clothesline Barry Copper over the third rope! Rin then climbed to the top turnbuckle leaping off to land both his knees on the stomach of Karlson! Terminus! Rin hooked a leg for the three count! Flame and Rin have lived to fight another day as GFP Junior Tag Team Champions!


WINNERS AND STILL GFP JUNIOR TAG TEAM CHAMPIONS - RIN AND FLAME (17:54)


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Cameras caught the view of the beautiful - shiny - sparkly Passion of the Juniors Cup sitting on a table by ringside. Next to the cup sat the GFP Junior Championship: the descendant of the original GFP Junior Heavyweight Championship held by the likes of the man the call BB - the Hall of Famer - Brandon Banks! As well as one of the biggests draws of the 2000s in all of Japanese wrestling - Ai! Tonight would start a new chapter in Junior wrestling!


Levi Chambers handed his SSWA Pure Championship off to the referee. The man with “awl dat moolah” Levi had a robe on made entirely of one hundred dollar bills! Fitting for his Tokyo Dome debut! Night Train also seemed excited. Both of these wrestlers were in front of the biggest crowds they’ve ever seen.


To kick the match off Levi would lock up with the quickest member of the Ayano trio! Early on Levi displayed a level of technical prowess that Night Train didn’t possess. He then irish whipped her across the ring. As Night Train came back she went for the running crossbody landing it perfectly! Night Train then went to the top rope and backflipped off for a moonsault double foot stomp right to the chest of Levi! Night Train had her first memorable spot in the Tokyo Dome!


…..but it was only a two count!


Levi Chambers came back. As Night Train attempted to keep the pace going he elbowed her in the stomach and bent her head down dropping her with a piledriver! Levi then utilized maneuvers such as the garvin stomp as well as a deadlift German Suplex pin for a near fall! But the fall didn’t matter! He took advantage the next few minutes keeping her grounded with rest holds and the occasional high impact slam! Such as the tiger suplex.


Levi wanted to slow the match down. Knowing that Ayano was at a disadvantage then!


Later on Night Train was able to speed it back up! She hit a jumping butt strike to the face of Levi! Chambers would hold his nose shaking his head as if he smelled something terrible! Night Train then kicked Levi in the stomack looking for Train Wreck but he pushed her forward! Night Train bounced off the ropes and came back only to land in Levi’s grasp as he caught her with a knee to the stomach! Night Train dropped down planting her palms on the canvas! Levi placed his leg on the back of Train’s neck and hit the Moneymaker!


The SSWA Pure Champion went for the cover….and got the three count! Winning the prestigious tournament! Becoming the GFP Junior Champion in the process! The audience normally would have booed but they clapped. Appreciating how much Levi wrestled his heart out. Japanese fans were always known to cheer on a good performance. The Junior Championship was wrapped around Chambers’ waist and the Passion Cup was handed to him. He lifted it up high with a smile on his face!


PASSION OF THE JUNIORS CUP AND GFP JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP WINNER - LEVI CHAMBERS (23:01)


POST MATCH SEGMENT: After Levi celebrated his historical win - writing his name next to Japanese legends - Felicity Banks and Fran are seen sitting on a couch in the female dressing room of the Tokyo Dome. Ai sat next to Felicity. Fran then proceeded to flash her replica No Limits Championship to the Interstellar Princess. Ai completely ignored Fran’s existence before informing Felicity that she was impressed by her work in Japanese wrestling thus far. But she doesn’t feel as if the people nor all of the GFP board will give her that love yet. Ai states that Felicity needs to break off on her own in Puroresu United to flourish. Upsetting Fran of course. The Midcard Slayer stood up getting in Ai's face telling her that she didn't know what was best for HER FEL FEL. Fran took a swing at Ai only to be caught and twisted into an abdominal stretch with ease! Felicity stood up and Ai let Fran drop to the floor. Ai slowly backed up then took her leave.
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Kazuma Ishikawa (Michiko Yamada’s father) stood in Ai’s corner. HAN (Ai’s father) stood in Michiko Yamada’s corner. Both men have battled one another for years over the GFP Heavyweight Championship. Now they were going to stand in one another’s daughter's corners when they clashed here in the Tokyo Dome. Ai has never lost in the Dome. Main eventing in the venue numerous times. It was Michiko’s first time inside this indescribable place surrounded by 55,000 clapping fans in a Most Brutal match.


The referee took the Garbage vs. Pure Wrestling (not GFP) branded G/P Most Brutal Championship that the two women would be battling for away from Ai. Michiko also handed a second non GFP belt, the DRAGON FIRE Flight Championship over to the referee as well. Weapons were positioned all around the ring. When a single bell rang to start the action Michiko went straight for the attack - hitting a low dropkick to the left knee of Ai (a notable weak spot of Ai’s due to a previous injury that was surgically repaired). Michiko then proceeded to stomp on that same knee as many times as she could!


Ai yelled out in pain.


Michiko lifted Ai up placing her in a tree of woe position before running the opposite direction (picking up two green light tubes) and running back - leaping up holding the light tubes against her boots and planting Ai in the face breaking them. The technical genius began to bleed from the cheek. HAN and Kazuma both looked down. Michiko smiled wide.


Yamada knew she had to make this a fight…..


…..a blood bath.


….not a wrestling match. Ai was one of the best technical wrestlers in the world. Michiko didn’t want that. She wanted to brutalize the Interstellar Princess. Yamada dragged Ai by her left leg placing it on the bottom rope. She jumped up and dropped her hip right on it influcting more pain. Michiko then bashed away at the leg with a steel chair! Minutes later Michiko and Ai found themselves upright - Ai limping - managed to knee Michiko in the stomach and bend her down to drop her with the Solar Flare hammerlock DDT right onto a stray clump of wood that happened to be below them! But even THAT wasn’t enough to end the resilient Michiko.


Transitions later Ai was starting to out wrestle Michiko - attempting to end the match with a wrist clutch rolled back into a schoolboy pin - to the crowd’s amazement,....Michiko powered out of a quick but simple combination that finished off many. Every time Ai got some offense in every time she began to build momentum Michiko would use the weapons to her advantage!


Michiko would nail a stiff kick to Ai’s knee AGAIN before lifting her upright in brainbuster position! She smiled again. Michiko looked out to her father - he knew the hold too well. He had used it to win three Heavyweight titles! At that moment Kazuma realized he lost his daughter in a way that he never wanted to. HAN on the other hand began to seem a bit concerned when Michiko dropped Ai on her head - right onto a steel chair - she went for the pin…..and got a two count?! Michiko the lifted Ai up positioning her in a greco roman lock saying that it was OVER for HAN’s daughter once and for all! Suddenly Ai transitioned and lifted Michiko up and planted her onto the canvas with the….


...JOSHIPLEX! The crowd went wild with claps. Ai went for the pin and got the three count - shocking the Dome by winning the G/P Most Brutal Championship! Kazuma and HAN looked on both shocked. The referee placed the belt on Ai as she was helped to the back. Limping. Michiko got back to her feet infuriated!


WINNER AND NEW G/P MOST BRUTAL CHAMPION - AI (34:51)


POST MATCH SEGMENT: The night was far from over for Michiya, LING LING began to make her way down to the ring. She rolled her DOUBLE DOUBLE partner Bei Bei out in a wheel chair to let Michiko see that she took Ling’s friend’s ability to walk away FOREVER. The Japanese fans cheered for The Lingster wanting to stand up for her best friend as Ling ran into the ring tackling Michiko down! It was boiling for a long time! The grounded brawl lasted for a few minutes - Ling getting a few good punches in but Ling Ling unfortunately wasn’t a world class - championship level athlete like an Ai or a Michiko Yamada. She wasn’t born into wrestling like either of them. Heck...she was still in K*J Dojo. Yamada delivered stiff knees to Ling’s face busting her nose open and throwing her down to the mat below. Yamada kicked Ling one good time. The angered Michiko then pulled Ling in and lifted her up dropping her with Oculus Ex Inferni! Michiko then stated that the Korean Tour would be the END of the Chosenjin Ling Ling pretending to be a member of the Japanese culture. As Michiko exited the Tokyo Dome she pushed Bei Bei’s wheel chair over leaving a bad taste in everyone’s mouth as Ling laid face first on the canvas.


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Our Inter-promotional contest was up next. Kenshin Takamura entered the ring receiving arguably the biggest pop in the history of the Tokyo Dome. Not one person was sitting down when the FIRST HKW Global Champion made HIS entrance. They all stood up - no they weren’t clapping this time - they were copying their western counterparts this go around. CHEERING.


Kenshin lifted the HKW Global Championship belt up high with a proud expression on his face. The AIR Welterweight Champion - Sofia King stood on the opposite side with a bandage wrapped around her forehead - from Santos’ assault. She walked up to Takamura slightly nodding to him out of respect before lifting her own championship up. Even though Sofia was known as a Tecnica in lucha libre - tonight she was in a position where ANYONE would be booed out of the building. Literally any person would have been public enemy #1 to the Tokyo population.


The referee took both belts - displaying the prestigious world championship titles that the two superstars possessed. Both athletes kicked the match off - Kenshin moved in quick - Sofia was very fast but the Global Champion himself was also surprisingly quick! Sofia would run and leap onto the second rope - springboarding back looking to hit a back elbow but she was caught in midair by Takamura! He then proceeded to hold her in the air for a moment before lifting back and dropping her on her neck but it only got a two count!


Kenshina and Sofia traded harsh strikes and throws - they were even for a long period of time - Takamura managed to take back control for a moment lifting Sofia up in powerbomb position - he attempted to run forward and slam but King pulled herself back lauching Kenshin forward with the hurricanrana! Kenshin went flying over the second rope! Sofia then ran up grabbing the third rope she pulled back leaping over it and landing on the apron! She then backflipped off hitting that apron moonsault on Takamura!


Back in the ring Sofia would hit her KING’s DRIVE DDT only to get a two count on Kenshin after the finisher! Kenshin would hit his DEVIL LOCK DDT only getting a two count of his own there.


Minutes later they battled some more! Kenshin hit an exploder suplex! He then went to continue that attempting a belly to belly but Sofia landed on her feet! She then ran the ropes and Kenshin caught her in a tilt-a-whirl she transitioned into a head-scissors and then transitioned a final time into an armbar (la mistica)!


EL BRAZO ROMPEDOR!


The signature submission hold of King! Kenshin didn’t tap! He lasted in the hold for a good minute before powering himself back up! He pushed Sofia off him - as she turned around she was greeted by a ……


TIGER STRIKE!!!!! Kenshin went for the cover! He got the three! Winning the promotional contest for HKW and doing his native country proud one last time! Kenshin got back to his feet. Slowly after that Sofia found her way up. The two shared a handshake and a hug knowing they put a show on for the audience that night! Sofia exited the ring with no shame as Kenshin had his Global Championship wrapped back around his waist. The crowd chanting his name!


WINNER OF THE INTER-PROMOTIONAL SPECIAL- KENSHIN TAKAMURA (29:44)
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The referee lifted the GFP Tag Team Championships up as high as possible to show that the FIRST ever GFP branded championship with its roots dating back to the early EIGHTIES was up for grabs here tonight! Fran yelled at the referee telling him to raise her replica No Limits Championship - he’s forced to oblige! As Fran smirked Hiroko smacked the replica belt out of the referee’s hand. The Captain of HKW’s eyes widened in Hiroko’s direction.


Fran backed up to her corner telling Felicity to let her at Hiroko FIRST. Banks nodded - still seemingly in thought about what Ai said to her earlier. Hiroko and Fran locked up - Murakami manages to overpower the smaller Fran tossing her down to the canvas. When Fran got back up she screamed at Hiroko “YOU STILL AIN’T NO LIMITS BATCH!” The two battled for about five minutes Fran trying anything to get the upper hand - eye rakes - neck jabs but Hiroko hit an open palm strike that sent Fran back. As Hiroko ran towards her Fran back peddled tagging Felicity in. Fel ran forward ducking a big time lariat from Murakami - the half of the Tag Champs bounced her back off the ropes coming back - Hiroko lifted Felicity up in the air looking for a spinebuster but Fel reversed into her Space Jam DDT!


Minutes later Andrew Karnage found himself in the ring locked up with Felicity - they were even ring work wise throughout the time they battled. Banks hit a sitout jaw breaker followed by a jumping neckbreaker combination but Andrew kicked out! Karnage hit an exploder suplex and then lifted the Queen up to drop her with his Hell Butterfly Buster dropping Felicity head first onto the mat but she kicked out just as fast as Karnage! Felicity took Karnage down with a dragonscrew! Fran climbed to the top turnbuckle with a …..megaphone in hand?! She yelled into the megaphone drawing anger from the audience because they were there to see athletic competition! “FEL FEL JUST DID YEW IN GRAMPS YAWL!” Fran didn’t realize she distracted Felicity too! Fran seemed to bring her HKW antics to Japan which was a no no while Felicity was honestly trying to show that she could master this genre of wrestling as well - which is why Fel wasn’t doing anything but wrestling.


But Fel worked her way back to the corner to tag Fran in.


Fel stayed in the ring and Hiroko got into the ring - Japanese wrestling wasn’t as strict with two people being in the ring at the same time during team matches. Karnage and Felicity fought each other to the outside. Inside Fran had gotten caught by Murakami in a rear naked choke! Eventually Fran passed out! Hiroko and Karnage had become GFP Tag Team Champions! Felicity looked both worried about Fran but disappointed in the title loss that wasn’t her fault. Banks eventually just shook her head and made her way backstage pondering if her best bet in Japan WAS to stick it alone as Ai said. Karnage got back into the ring and the Tag Team Championships were wrapped around his and Murakami’s waists.




WINNER AND NEW GFP TAG TEAM CHAMPIONS - FRACTURE (21:10)




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The final match of the evening was about to kick off. Ricky Valero and Chiba Kobayashi had the honor of main eventing a Tokyo Dome show - which not even some of the greatest past stars of Japanese wrestling had gotten to do. All because of the GFP Openweight Championship. Said championship rested on a table in view. So the fans would know what these two men were beefing over.


Tonight’s match up was only the first of five potential matches Kobayashi and Valero would wrestle in.


The match kicked off with Kobayashi trying to corner Valero to utilize that nationally renowned strength that brought him to the dance. Chiba would eventually catch Ricky utilizing his power throws as well as sickening chops to the chest that made the audience go “oooaaah” every time the GFP Openweight Champion delivered one. Chiba lifted Ricky up and held him in guerilla press for twenty whole seconds before dropping Valero on his stomach. Twice during the match Chiba attempted to go for THE LARIAT but Valero managed to slide out of the ring to avoid it once and duck it altogether the second time! Ricky used speedy moved such as a head scissors takedown - he even managed to samoan drop the much bigger Kobayashi!


At the end of the match Chiba set up for the Tidal Bomb wrapping his arms around Valero’s neck!


But Ricky managed to land behind Chiba! He then struck Chiba in the back of the head with a vicious SUPERKICK which surprisingly didn’t put Chiba down at first! Valero then rolled the GFP Openweight Champion up for the three count! Valero has picked up the first win of the best of five series at the Tokyo Dome! Ricky walked over to the GFP Openweight Championship pointing at it saying he only had a couple more to go ending the Dome show on that note!

WINNER OF MATCH 1 OF THE BEST OF 5 OPENWEIGHT SERIES - RICKY VALERO (24:28)
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