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GLORY FOR PURORESU: REVIVAL; 2015|12|08
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Event: GFP REVIVAL
BUILDING: Ryougoku Sumo Hall,
LOCATION: Sumida, Tokyo, Japan
SHOW TYPE: Television (Japan) | Evolve (Wherever available)
LOCATION: 2015年12月8日

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===MAIN SHOW===
A prerecorded video from last week starts to play with HKW Bloodlust champion Ashley Sullivan sitting at a desk, the title belt propped up in a prominent position. She apologizes to the GFP fans for not appearing at Revival in person but HKW commitments would keep her too busy to make the trip in time. Holding up two separate bundles of paper, one written in Japanese with the other in English, she explains that they are her contract for GFP and that she wanted everyone to see her making the commitment to GFP. Setting the pages down, she flips through them to the end and signs both before sitting them to the side.

Ashley then explains how glad she is to open up this side of her career and how happy she is for the opportunity to compete in the Glory Cup. And it's a chance she plans on capitalizing on. She also hopes to see everyone at GFP when the matches for the Glory Cup start. Looking at the contract paperwork again, she picks it up and holds it in one hand while picking up her Bloodlust title belt and holds it in the other as the video fades out

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SINGLES MATCH
Aria Banks vs. Blandon Banksuuuuuu!


The match started off with the aggressive Aria Banks charging out of her corner and taking down Banksuuuuu! with a jumping high knee to the face. Aria pounded away at Blandon's head with hammer fists until the GFP mainstay got up to his feet and blasted Aria with a European uppercut. Aria fell back against the ropes and Blandon charged forward for the attack, but Aria tucked her shoulder down and sent Blandon flying over the top rope, to the outside of the ring.

Banksuuuu! was definitely hurting after fall, but Aria didn't care. She exited the ring and stood on the apron, waiting patiently for Banksuuuuuuuuu! to get up to his feet. Once he got up, Aria leaped off the apron and landed a seated senton off the apron and onto Banksuuuuu! The GFP newcomer pulled Banksuuuuuu! up to his feet and rolled him back into the ring. Aria climbed up to the top rope, measured Banksuuuuu! up, and landed a big frog splash off the top rope! She made the cover, but Banksuuuuuu! got his shoulder up at the count of two.

As the match progressed, Aria got a little full of herself and began paying more attention the crowd than she did her opponent. Aria soaked in the atmosphere and it almost cost her when Banksuuuuuu! rolled her up with a victory roll, but Aria JUST got her shoulder up before the count of three.

The two competitors went strike for strike after the nearfall with Banksuuuuu! getting the better end of it with a spinning back fist. Banksuuuu! then caught Aria with an unexpected roundhouse kick to the head, but Aria struck back with a huge "Bank Shot" superkick, causing them both to hit the canvas!

Neither competitor moved for quite a bit, but finally began to stir. They scrambled up to their feet and charged at one another, but it was Aria who struck first with a monstrous lariat that made the Japanese crowd ooh and aah.

Not playing anymore games, Aria pulled Banksuuuu! up to his feet, and hit a flowing DDT, a move she was known for in the Indy's before covering Banksuuuu! for the three count!

WINNER - ARIA BANKS

After the match was over, another GFP newcomer in Adira Riddick came out to the top of the entrance ramp and applauded Aria's performance. Adira looked confused at first, but then shouted out "You better clap for me!" toward Riddick. Aria exited the ring, walked straight toward Riddick, and got right in her face. Riddick tried to shake Aria's hand, but Banks brushed by right here, nudging her with her shoulder and made her way backstage. Adira simply rolled her eyes and let out a sigh before she walked down the entrance ramp for the next match. But before the next contest began, cameras cut backstage to catch up with one of the GFP owners in Selena King.
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Selena King was shown in her designated office for the night, introducing herself to the board members of GFP that she hadn't met yet. They exchanged pleasantries and discussed a number of different things, including a merger of the GFP Junior Tag Team championships and GFP Tag Team championship. A few of the board members stated it was a good idea, but Selena and Kyo didn't seem to like it. They stated that they wanted to keep the GFP tradition alive, and mentioned that having two sets of tag team titles was part of what GFP unique compared to other companies. Selena said she'd discuss it with her co-owner, Felicity Banks, before the cameras cut back to ringside.

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TAG TEAM MATCH
Brutus and Glen Jakobs vs. Sinn Duangrat and Adira Riddick


Once every competitors got in the ring, the teams began talking over who should start the match for their respective team. Sinn and Adira seemed to be on the same page with Sinn starting off for the females, but Brutus and Glen on the other hand? Dysfunction from the very beginning. Brutus and Glen began to argue over who would start until Brutus shoved Glen into Sinn and Sinn immediately rolled him up in a school boy, but only got a two!

The match continued with Sinn and Adira keeping full control of the match, working well as a team while Brutus and Glen looked like they were going to come to blows on more than one occasion. Things fell apart completely when Adira got in the ring and hit a missile dropkick on Glen, sending him back into his corner and knocking down Brutus. The large Brutus had enough at that point and rolled into the ring, lifted Glen over his shoulders, and hit him with his "Extreme Measures" F-5.

Brutus then left ringside, allowing Adira to hit her patent "Furious Stomp" curbstomb. But before she can make the pin, Sinn tagged herself in, much to the dismay of Adira, and locked in her "Krasue Lock." It took a few seconds, but Jakobs finally tapped out to give the tea of Sinn Duangrat and Adira Riddick the victory.


WINNERS - Sinn Duangrat and Adira Riddick

Once the match was over, Glen Jakobs exited the ring to find Brutus while Adira and Sinn had some words. Adira asked Sinn why she tagged herself in when she had Jakobs beat, but Sinn simply shoved her out of her way and exited the ring, getting the Japanese audience to boo her massively. Adira watched Sinn walk up the ramp until Aria Banks slid into the ring, spun Adira around, and hit her with her flowing DDT right in the center of the ring! The boos got even louder after the fans witnessed the blatant disrespect shown by Aria Banks to Adira Riddick, but Banks didn't seem phased by it. She smirked, wiped her feet on the mat next to Adira and exited the ring while Adira slowly recovered.
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Backstage, the GFP Jr. Tag Team Champions, Annie Zellor and The Crimson Baroness are discussing tactics ahead of their upcoming match. Zellor is adamant that she wants a good, clean fight with none of the shenanigans that The Crimson Baroness is becoming known for elsewhere. But The Baroness just laughs in her partner's face and tells Annie that she'll do whatever it takes to remain the champions for as long as possible, just so that Annie is stuck with her for a little bit longer.

The Crimson Baroness then walked off screen as Annie was left shaking her head in frustration. She says to herself that nobody is going to ruin these tag titles for her, not even The Baroness, before she follows her tag partner off screen.


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#1 CONTENDERS MATCH FOR THE KTV CHAMPIONSHIP
Gage Kaiser vs Levi Chambers


The match started off with Gage looking for a handshake from Levi, only for levi to refuse to shake his hand and instead trying to take a cheap shot, only for Gage to duck! Levi then turned around and ate a dropkick! Gage continued his attack into the 2nd minute, dropping Levi with a DDT before he went for the cover, only to get a two count! A minute later, he caught Levi with multiple knee strikes, one catching Levi right under the jaw, before he went for the cover again, only to get another two count! Gage the caught him with the Falcon Kick around the 4th minute, flooring the former GFP Junior champion, before he went for the cover...only for Levi to kickout at two!

Levi finally took control in the match a minute later, dodging a roundhouse kick to the head before grabbing Gage and sending him flying with a release german suplex! Levi then took the fight to the outside in the 6th minute, hitting a snap suplex on Gage on the ground outside before he rolled him back into the ring and went for the cover, only to get a two count! Around a minute later, Levi dropped Gage on his head with a piledriver before he went for the cover, only to get a two count! Chambers then caught Kaiser with a lariat in the 8th minute before he went for the cover again, only for Gage to kickout at two again! Levi then caught Gage and lifted him before he dropped him with a half nelson slam! The former GFP Junior champion then went for the cover, but the former World Extreme champion kicked out!

Gage began mounting a comeback a minute later, catching Levi with a dropkick that sent him through the ropes and out of the ring. Levi landed on his feet, but when the ref told him to get in the ring, Levi chuckled and shook his head instead before he began backing away from the ring. Chambers said that he was above the KTV championship and that Gage could take this win over him, free of charge, as the ref counted up until 20 before he counted Levi out and called for the bell!

WINNER via COUNTOUT: Gage Kaiser

Chambers mockingly applauded Kaiser, who seemed less than pleased that he had become the number one contender via countout. Levi then headed to the back as the audience booed him, giving them a middle finger in response before he disappeared to the back.
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The camera crew catches up with Merlot Ayano as she is sitting in the locker room, mentally preparing for her match. Normally, was jovial; however, tonight, she had stern look in her eyes. Merlot turns and stares into the camera a bit before she speaks. She begins by telling everyone how hard she has been looking forward to and preparing for this match. She reveals some of her training methods: three hours of training during weekdays, yoga, and a bit of meditation. Merlot states that she is ready to best Hunter Werth, the current champion. She generally respects his skills, but again, she makes it a point to mention that GFP needs a true Japanese star to lead the company. Merlot finishes by addressing OOKAMI no CHI. She notes her skill; however, Merlot makes it clear that she shall be the victory this evening.

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EIGHT MAN TAG TEAM MATCH
Sho Kojima, Adam Adonis, Sione Moala, Hamada Yamauchi vs. Flame, Sho Kazuki, Kickass Smurf, Shane Atwater


All eight men came down to the ring almost instantly... aside from Sho Kojima. Sho took his time during his entrance, looking uninterested by the match, his opponents and even his own partners. After a solid five minutes, Sho finally got on the apron and didn't even bother taking off his entrance gear, turning his back to the match while Adam Adonis started things off against Kickass Smurf.

The two SSWA mainstays went blow for blow until Smurf caught Adonis off guard with a springboard shoulderblock. Smurf made the tag to his partner, Shane Atwater, but before Atwater could reach Adonis, Adonis made the tag to the monster of his team, Hamada Yamauchi. The technically gifted Atwater tried to bring Hamada to the ground, but Hamada flung him away as if he weighed nothing. Atwater kept coming back until he rocked Hamada with a big lariat, but when Atwater went for another lariat, Hamada blocked it with his gigantic arms, and then took Atwater down with a polish hammer.

Hamada made the tag to Sione Moala who crawled around the ring and took Atwater down with a chopblock to the back of the knee. Moala controlled the match for a few minutes until he went for a overhead belly to belly suplex, but Atwater spun around Moala and turned it into a bridging german suplex for the nearfall!

Moala tried to take the fight back to Atwater, but Atwater popped Moala up in the air and nearly decapitated him with a huge European uppercut. After a few seconds, Atwater made the tag to Sho Kazuki while Moala tagged in Sho Kojima. Kazuki looked ready to fight, but Kojima on the other hand didn't seem too eager to get in the ring. He slowly looked over his shoulder, and almost immediately hopped off the apron and began walking up the entrance ramp! Kojima's partners asked him what he was doing, but Kojima kept his steady pace up the entrance ramp until the referee counted to twenty, giving Flame, Atwater, Smurf and Kazuki the victory by countout!


WINNERS via COUNTOUT - Flame, Sho Kazuki, Kickass Smurf and Shane Atwater

Frustrated that he didn't get to take part in the action, Flame ran into the ring and elbowed the unsuspecting Sione Moala off the apron! Kazuki tried to stop his partner, but Flame blasted him with right hand straight to the jaw! Kazuki didn't take kindly to this and hit Flame with a right hand of his own! The two began duking it out until Sione Moala entered the ring and went after both men! Smurf, Atwater, Yamauchi, and Adonis had to step in and rip the three men away from one another before chaos ensued, but Flame looked at both Kazuki and Moala and told them that this wasn't over. Kazuki motioned for him to bring it while Moala continued to try and get free until GFP: Revival cut to an advertisement.
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The scene cut backstage where Sho Kojima was stalking back to the locker room when he was stopped by Goro Aida. Aida went straight for the kill by asking Kojima why he had walked out on such a big match, leaving his partners to fend for themselves.

Sho explained that besides the fact that none of them belonged in the same ring as him, he had made up his mind that he would conserve his energy for running through the Glory Cup. He said that the 8-Man Tag Team match was mere busy work and a complete waste of time for an ace such as himself. As Sho rambled on, he was abruptly cut off by a familiar voice.

“Kojima,” said the voice as Sho turned his attention to whomever was standing beyond the camera’s view. Suddenly, Sho’s face turned a ghostly white. He swallowed hard as Goro Aida’s eyes widened as he discovered the newcomer.

Aida held out his microphone to whoever it was and said, “(welcome, Mr. Takamura),” as the camera panned out to show none other than Kenshin Takamura as the crowd, in the arena, erupted.

Kenshin pulled the microphone over to his mouth as Goro was still awestruck by the sudden appearance of the first HKW Global Champion. “(Kojima, walking out on that match was spineless, and since I have a clause in my contract),” he said as he raised a folder, “(which gives me the right to choose my first match, I am using that clause on you.”

Kojima’s eyes widened as he tried to deny Kenshin’s right to dictate such a thing, but The Tokyo Tiger was well-prepared for such a response as he pulled a copy of his contract out of the folder which had the clause highlighted. He shoved the paper into Kojima’s hands before turning to leave as Sho read the clause. Kenshin stopped and turned back, “(go ahead, Kojima, read it as many times as you like, that clause is ironclad. The decision has been made. You will face me in the Glory Cup.)” Without another word, Takamura walked off, leaving a baffled Sho Kojima as the scene came to a close.


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KTV CHAMPIONSHIP
Yuji Hirota vs. Jackson Magnum ©


The match began with Yuji Hirota trying to show the KTV Champion a little respect, bowing in his direction and going for a handshake. Magnum looked down on Yuji's hand and not even a second later, spit on it. This caused Yuji to ball up his fist and blast Magnum with a spinning back fist that nearly knocked him out!

As the match continued, Yuji beat up on Magnum for quite some time until Magnum got Yuji with a thumb to the eye, the crowd booing the hell out of Magnum and his new attitude. Magnum hit a variety of suplexes on Hirota which included the "T-Bone Magplex", the "German Magplex" and the "Dragon Magplex", but when he went for the cover, Hirota continued to kickout.

In the sixth minute, Magnum went for his "Murdering a Mofo" lariat, but Yuji ducked out of the way and took Magnum's head off with a lariat of his own! Yuji didn't stop there, immediately lifting Magnum up to his feet and hitting the death valley driver right in the middle of the ring! Hirota went for the pin attempt, but only got a two and a half.

Hirota held control of the match until the ninth minute where he went for his "Deus Ex Machina" uranage, but Magnum elbowed himself free and rolled out of the ring. Hirota chased Magnum to the outside, but Magnum grabbed a chair and hit Hirota in the midsection with it to cause the disqualification!


WINNER via DISQUALIFICATION - Yuji Hirota

After the match, Magnum continued the attack on Hirota with the steel chair. The crowd the hell out of him, but Magnum ate it all up and continued smashing the chair off Hirota's back until the new number one contender to the KTV Championship, Gage Kaiser, came running down the entrance ramp and chased Magnum away! Magnum ripped his title away from the timekeeper and made his exit through the crowd while Gage helped Hirota back up to his feet. Hirota seemed a bit disappointed, yelling out "I HAD HIM DEFEATED" in Japanese, then shoved Gage out of his way. Understanding Yuji's frustration, Gage let the shove go and turned his focus back toward Magnum. The champion and next challenger engaged in a stare down as Revival cut to an advertisement.
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GFP JUNIOR TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP
Shitmix Ayano and Cosmo Ayano vs. The Crimson Baroness and Annie Zellor ©


The batch began with Shitmix and Annie Zellor starting things off for their respective teams. Before either of them could attack, a small, heavyset man came out from under the ring and grabbed The Crimson Baroness foot, startling her enough to cause a soft scream. The Baroness tried to kick him away, but the persistent little man hopped onto the apron and tried to her legs until The Baroness booted him in the face and knocked him to the ground.

The ruckus on the apron caused enough of a distraction for Zellor to turn around and see what was going on, allowing Shitmix to sneak up behind her and roll her up with a school boy….

NEW CHAMPIONS?!

No! Zellor kicked out at two and three quarters! Both Zellor and Shitmix scrambled up to their feet and looked for the attack, but Zellor ducked Shitmix’s clothesline attempt, ran the ropes, and came back with a headscissor takedown. Annie looked pulled Shitmix by the arm and went to make the tag, but The Baroness was occupied with stomping the life out of the small, overweight man on the outside. Shitmix pulled her arm away from Zellor, rolled across the ring, and made the tag to Cosmo!

Cosmo and Zellor went at it for a bit with Cosmo getting the advantage after a big free fall flapjack on Zellor. The Baroness saw this and finally stopped kicking away the small, overweight man, and jumped onto the apron to encourage her partner on.

As the match went on, the Ayano’s seemed to have everything under control until they went for a modified doomsday device with Shitmix lifting Zellor up and Shitmix going for a leg lariat off the top rope. Once Cosmo dove off the top rope, Zellor pushed herself off of Shitmix’s shoulders, causing Cosmo to land right onto his partner!

Cosmo got right up to his feet, but Annie sent him out of the ring with a running dropkick then turned her full attention to Shitmix. She waited for Shitmix to get up, and blasted him with the “Sparkle Princess Special” nearly taking his head off! Zellor was about to go for the pin, but The Baroness slapped her partner in the back and tagged herself in, much to the dismay of Zellor.

Baroness assured Zellor that she had it under control, walked over toward Shitmix, and locked him in a Fujiwara Armbar until he was forced to tap!


WINNERS and STILL GFP JUNIOR TAG TEAM CHAMPIONS - Annie Zellor and The Crimson Baroness

The referee handed the Junior Tag Team champions their titles, but Zellor didn’t seem too thrilled by her partners actions toward the end of the match. The Baroness tried to celebrate with her partner, but, instead, Zellor ignored the Baroness and left the ring to celebrate with the fans in the front row as Revival cut to an advertisement.
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Ricky Valero is shown backstage, standing confidently with the GFP Openweight Championship belt slung over his shoulder. With a big main event ahead on Revival, Valero cuts a promo reaffirming himself as the “top dog” in GFP and guaranteeing victory over Date Sakuraba.

Pressed once again about his feelings toward native competitors, Valero blew off the reporter in favor of discussing the talent he deemed worthy of more attention, such as Levi Chambers, his former stablemate and Glory Cup foe. While Valero insisted he was the “face of GFP,” he commented that Chambers was very much the future of the company--once Valero is done, of course.

Shifting gears, Valero was asked for his opinion regarding some of the younger talent in the company. While he noted guys such as Adam Adonis and Sione Moala seemed to hold some potential, Valero reminded the reporter he was the guy to beat, and that as long as he was in the picture, it didn’t really matter who else was on the roster. He intends on dominating for the foreseeable future, and that path to total domination restarts in tonight’s main event.


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GFP JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP
OOKAMI no CHI vs. Merlot Ayano vs. Hunter Werth ©


The three opponents stand in the ring eyeing one another as the bell rings. Merlot has a smile on her face as she points to either of her opposing opponents and points to her head as though she is telling them that she has their number. Hunter steps forward as he points to himself in question before laughing slightly. He even goes to look at OOKAMI for reassurance of what he was hearing but, before OOKAMI could give a nod or any kind of response Merlot comes charging towards him with hard clothesline knocking the champion down as she then turns her attention to OOKAMI who she greets in kind with a spinning kick to her midsection. She then capitalizes on her momentum and grabs OOKAMI’s arm and swings her to the opposite side of the ring. When the larger female come springing back, she is met with a leaping DDT from Merlot.

As Merlot slowly stands, obviously happy with the pace that she has conducted for the match thus far, she turns just in time to come face to face with the Hunter’s boots. As he leaps up in the air and catches her straight in the jaw with a drop kick! The impact sends Merlot backwards to the point where she rolls back and lays flat on her stomach clenching her jaw and checking to see if there is any blood. Taking his time, Hunter plays to the crowd as he looks over at OOKAMI beginning to stand, then he looks to Merlot who looks pissed as she begins to use the ropes to get up to her feet.

Getting a smile on his face, Hunter walks to the ropes behind him, and begins to rock off them just waiting for the perfect time, and when the girls stand up, they look at one another as though they were going to throw down but here comes the Hunter! He springs himself off and gives both girls a running clothesline that knocks them back down to the mat. He then mounts Merlot and begins to ground and pound her giving OOKAMI enough time to stand up and just RIP Hunter right off of Merlot. Tossing him to the side of the ring. Hunter seems a bit taken back by this as he watches OOKAMI stand up Merlot and when Hunter comes charging in thinking another opportunity has presented itself he is thrown off guard as Merlot is Tossed at him!

The match keeps going back and forth for awhile, each person finding their opening and taking advantage as Merlot plays as though this was what she was planning the whole time. until OOKAMI catches her off guard with a kitchen sink which sends her rolling to the outside leaving OOKAMI and Hunter in the ring where he was recovering from a big “"Hot Buttered Concussion" (Running bicycle kick) from OOKAMI.

OOKAMI looks to capitalize on the champion as she goes climbing up the corner for a high risk maneuver, but before she could leap, Merlot came hoping up the apron shaking the rope causing OOKAMI to fall down on to the ropes, and with one swift kick by Merlot…. OOKAMI went tumbling down to the outside. Getting inside the ring, Merlot screams out to the fans at the awaken champion as he gets up to his hands and knees. Merlot comes running towards him and BAM! THE SORROW BRINGER! She then quickly goes to cover for the three count!

WINNER and NEW GFP JUNIOR CHAMPION - Merlot Ayano

Burning White by Crossfaith begins to play as Merlot is handed the GFP Junior Championship. She begins to celebrate her victory in the ring as she looks around at the carnage she would be leaving behind. OOKAMI is being assisted on the outside and Hunter was still left out cold in the center of the ring.
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MAIN EVENT
GFP OPENWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP

Date Sakuraba vs. Ricky Valero ©


The action was fierce from the very start of the match as both Valero and Sakuraba exchanged strike after strike. Sakuraba got the advantage after a big elbow to the face, followed by an open palm strike! Sakuraba followed the strikes up with a snap suplex, and tried to roll into the kimura lock, but Valero pulled himself away and got out onto the apron. Sakuraba reached over the ropes to pull Valero back inside the ring, but Valero pulled down on Sakuraba's head and choked him with the ropes.

The referee made the five count but Valero let go at four, then brought his leg up to kick Sakuraba right in the face. With Sakuraba groggy, Valero climbed up to the top rope and connected with a missile dropkick! Valero went for the cover, but only got a two.

As the match went on, Valero held the advantage until Sakuraba came out of nowhere with a roundhouse kick that nearly knocked Valero out. Sakuraba felt that the Openweight Championship was only one move away and went tried to hit his patent "Death Kick" but Valero moved out of the way at the last second and rolled Sakuraba up with a school boy for another nearfall! Both men scrambled up to their feet and Valero went for a clothesline, but Sakuraba ducked it and locked in the crossface chicken wing!!!

Valero looked ready to tap out, but the resilient Openweight champion would not give up! He reached for the ropes, but he was definitely fading away as Sakuraba wrenched back on the pressure. Sakuraba tried to apply a body scissor with the chicken wing, but that gave Valero the opening to get free, roll back, and pin Sakuraba awkwardly with a unique roll up, but, once again, Sakuraba kicked out.

The two got back up to their feet and squared up dead center in the ring. Sakuraba fired with a kick to Valero's leg, but Valero shot back with a spin kick to the midsection, followed by a superkick to the chin! Valero called for the end of the match and started setting Sakuraba up for the "Rally Killer" but Sakuraba got free and hit Valero with a back kick straight to his face, snapping his head back!

Sakuraba got right up to his feet, ran the ropes, and connected with a running big boot right to Valero's face! Sakuraba made the cover... one... two... thrr---NO! Valero kicked out at the last possible moment!

From that moment on, both men were spent and beat the hell up from a hard fought contest. Sakuraba tried to execute his "Owari Otoshi" but once he took Valero down with the sleeper hold takedown, Valero fell to his knees, pulled Sakuraba's legs out from under him, and locked in the RALLY KILLER!!

... but Sakuraba WOULD NOT TAP OUT! He tried and tried to break free, but once he got a few inches from the ropes, the life from Sakuraba's body began to fade until he was passed out, the referee having no choice but call the match and give Valero the victory by submission!

WINNER and STILL GFP OPENWEIGHT CHAMPION - "Pretty" Ricky Valero

Valero celebrated his victory, holding the Openweight Championship high in the air before the cameras transitioned backstage. Selena King was shown standing in front of a bulletin board and announced that the next time GFP is on air, it would be for the start of the Glory Cup tournament. She moved to the side, and revealed the brackets for the Glory Cup as Revival came to a close.
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